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Top WWE Star Considered Retiring At WrestleMania 39

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• Top WWE Star Considered Retiring At WrestleMania 39

On March 31st, Rey Mysterio will get inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame. He will headline the 2023 class.

Then at WrestleMania 39, he is scheduled to face his son Dominik Mysterio, even though WWE hasn’t made this match official yet.

According to WrestleVotes, Rey was considering retiring at WrestleMania Hollywood at one point, but that’s not the case anymore:

“At one point, it was discussed that Rey Mysterio would retire at WrestleMania. But I don’t think next weekend is his last match, regardless of the Hall of Fame.

This storyline kind of reinvigorated him a little bit. So I don’t know if he agreed to do another full year, let’s say and retire at 50.

I don’t know if he’s going to drag this out with Dom until they feel like it’s complete.”

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Old School WCW Veteran Villano V (Real name: Ray Mendoza Jr.) turns 61 today.

The Lucha Libre Superstar wrestled for various Mexican promotions since his debut in 1976, including Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA), Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and Universal Wrestling Association (UWA).

From 1996 till 2000 Villano V also worked for Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling as one of the many luchadors they had under contract during the famous days of the ‘Monday Night War’.

In 2009, he had to unmask after losing a ‘Mask vs. Mask’ match in Mexico and from that point forward he wrestled under his real name.


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