During last week's episode of Monday Night Raw, WWE wanted to present its Indian talent, Veer Mahaan, again after weeks and months of presentation clips and videos, which had left WWE Universe fans a bit the bitter in the mouth, because by now enough tired of hearing and seeing the clips of the athlete, but never seeing him in the ring.
In the end, WWE chose the date of April 4 to stage the new debut of its massive Indian athlete, with such a comeback that was however to the detriment of the Mysterios, a couple formed by Rey and his son Dominik Mysterio, who were literally the sacrificial victims of the Indian on his main roster debut, taking all his wrath.
This week, on Monday Night Raw, there was the second chapter of this storyline, with Dominik Mysterio who came out very battered from his fight against Veer Mahaan, so much so that WWE had to take him away from the arena with an ambulance, obviously to better sell the attack on the athlete by the Indian.
Dominik Mysterio is in trouble
During tonight's episode of Raw, Mahaan's first match in the red show's rings took place, with the WWE monster heel's designated opponent being the boy, Dominik Mysterio. After a quick squash match, in which Veer Mahaan obviously triumphed, the Indian continued to carry on his attack, closing the young athlete in his submission finisher around the neck and head.
In the end, after the countless attacks perpetrated on the person of Dominik Mysterio, Veer let go, giving the boy time to be rescued, with the company he put on a corner in which Dominik was even carried away on a stretcher and then loaded on an ambulance, to be escorted to the nearest hospital.
With this angle, WWE could thus have justified a departure from the scene for Dominik Mysterio, with the boy who will have to stay off-screen for a while to sell his injury. WWE Chairman Vince McMahon was spotted embracing Dominik after his debut in the backstage area.
He later revealed what his father Rey Mysterio told him before his big SummerSlam debut: "Honestly, it still gives me goosebumps to this day. It's such an emotional topic for me 'cause it was so special. Starting off with the fact that I thought the whole thing was a joke, wrestling Seth Rollins at SummerSlam.
When my dad told me I thought I was kidding. But no, they were serious man, and it was a lot of pressure going into it. My dad personally told me himself, "I don't think you're ready, but if you want to do it, I'm not going to stop you."