Rey Mysterio reveals who he'd like to face



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Rey Mysterio reveals who he'd like to face

Rey Mysterio is experiencing a kind of second youth alongside his son Dominik. The 47-year-old from Chula Vista made WWE history and wrestling in general, silencing his detractors and establishing himself as one of the greatest stars of the modern era.

In addition to being a three-time world champion, he has won the Intercontinental Championship twice, the United States Championship twice, the lightweight title three times, the WWE Tag Team Championship four times and the SmackDown Tag Team Championship once.

Rey was the 14th wrestler in WWE history to complete the Grand Slam and the 21st to carry the Triple Crown. In a recent interview with Inside the Ropes, Mysterio revealed that he would love to face Finn Balor at WrestleMania.

Since Balor joined 'Judgment Day', the stable has started targeting the 'Mysterios'

Rey Mysterio is a WWE legend

“I would love to fight Finn Balor at WrestleMania. It so happens that we are working together right now.

We have created great chemistry in the last two weeks” - said Rey Mysterio. “I wish him the best because he is a great guy and he has an uncommon talent. He works hard every day and is showing the WWE Universe all his worth of him” - he added.

Rey also had nice words for Logan Paul and The Miz: “I had a lot of fun working with Logan on WrestleMania 38. Paul is a star on social media and is able to attract a large number of viewers. I hope he stays in WWE for as long as possible.

His last performance against The Miz at SummerSlam was incredible. He has all the credentials to make it into this business, so I'm looking forward to seeing him grow. As for The Miz, he's one of those guys you hate because of his character, but you can't disrespect him for his work ethic.

I take off my mask in front of him”. WWE RAW star Rey Mysterio said that he would tentatively retire by 50. "With wrestling, you know, I've always heard from others that they just go until they can't go no more. There's really no start and end date.

You just run through it until you decide to step away and do something else. For me, I've never had an end date plan. It's always been, 'I'm just going to keep going.' Now I'm getting closer to my 50s and I see my son wrestling, I do tell myself, 'Okay, I want to go three more years.' "