Dominik Mysterio on the differences between Triple H and Vince McMahon
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Dominik Mysterio wants to follow in his father's footsteps. He is well on his way to becoming a global star, and we don't have to say much about his talent. In an interview with the "Keepin' It 100" podcast, Dominik talked about the differences between Vince McMahon and Triple H.
Both have unique management styles, but McMahon is a special story. Mysterio doesn't seem to see these differences and his current goal is to enjoy what he does. “Not really. I mean, it’s a different environment from what Vince wanted,”-Dominik said, as quoted by pwmania.com “With Hunter, he’s out there and if you have a question, he’s out walking around, and you can go up to him and talk about whatever.
It was different with Vince because he was always in his office. But it kind of depends on just how you look at it. For me, it’s all the same, man, I just show up to have a good time”.
The role of a heel is what every wrestler sometimes dreams about.
Although it is not easy for many to cope with such a role. Dominik Mysterio seems to know how to handle such circumstances. “As soon as I get touched, whether it’s by someone in the corner or someone else, I instantly go tag out, whether it’s to Priest, Finn or I’ll go crawl to Mami.
When I don’t perform on Monday, like, for these last two weeks that I wasn’t on Monday Night Raw because I was doing my hard time, but my body on Monday and even like Saturday’s and Sunday’s because I do the live events, I’m like, there’s something missing, right.
It’s 8:00pm ET, and my body is fiending for something and I never know what that is and that’s that adrenaline rush. I think for me it was just like, when I first started with my dad it just seemed like an over exaggeration of me.
Because I’m very laid back and very calm, and I felt that I had to match my dad’s energy, so it always very smiling because, they were like, dude, you got a good smile, smile more. I felt like I had just more options and like more variety to play with as a heel and stuff and I felt a lot more comfortable.
And plus, when I was training, before I debuted, when I did matches, I always be the bad guy, I would always be the heel working the babyface in training, so it kind of came a little more naturally and comfortable for me. They don’t like me, man”.