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Dominik Mysterio Went Off Script At WrestleMania 39

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• Dominik Mysterio Went Off Script At WrestleMania 39

At WrestleMania 39 Saturday, Rey Mysterio defeated Dominik Mysterio in a Father vs. Son match.

The match saw Judgment Day, Legado Del Fantasma, Bad Bunny, Angie & Aalyah Mysterio get involved.

At one point, Dominik threw water in his sister Aalyah’s face and this spot wasn’t planned.

Below is what Dominik said during an interview on The Ringer Wrestling Show:

“Most definitely. You can ask The Judgment Day, I put it in the group chat. Damian must have said something, and I said, ‘It was a big night for me. I told my mom to shut up.’ I’m retiring after that.

Even [at WrestleMania]. I didn’t know I was going to throw a drink at my sister. I walked down and saw her holding a cup and thought, ‘This dumba$$ is holding a cup.’ I grabbed it, was going to drink it, and saw there was a little bit of water and said, ‘That’s just a little bit,’ so I figured I would throw it on her. That was a blast.

Looking back at it now, I threw it with some force. She didn’t expect it at all. It’s a lot of fun. Hopefully, I get to do some more stuff where I get to torture them.

It’s a blast. I had to put up with a lot of crap growing up so it’s fun to return the favor.”

Also Read: WWE Issues Statement Regarding WrestleMania 39 Controversy

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• Legendary WWF Manager Would Have Celebrated His Birthday

Today would have been the 69th birthday of legendary Old School WWF Manager Paul Bearer (Real name: William Moody).

Paul Bearer was most famous for managing The Undertaker in the WWF, but also managed Kane, Mankind & Vader there, as well as managing Stars like Rick Rude, Matt Borne & The Dingo Warrior during the early years of his career in WCCW, where he was known as Percy Pringle III.

He worked for the World Wrestling Federation as an on screen manager from 1991 until 2000, but returned on several occasions in 2004, 2010 and 2012.


April 10, 1954 – March 5, 2013

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