Revealed: Dominik Mysterio's costumes for SummerSlam clash against Seth Rollins



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Revealed: Dominik Mysterio's costumes for SummerSlam clash against Seth Rollins

For one of its Big Four PPVs (the upcoming SummerSlam), the Stamford-located Worldwide Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has already prepared several surprises and news for its fans from home. The fans will see for the first time since the outbreak of the world pandemic, a PPV that will be totally filmed outside the Orlando Performance Center, with the WWE that from the upcoming episode of Friday Night Smackdown will move permanently to the Amway Center that is located in the same city, with Summerslam proving to be the most anticipated summer event at McMahon again this year.

Among the many news to come, such as the ThunderDome and the many matches announced for the evening of 23rd August, the WWE will also stage the long-awaited match of debut of Dominik Mysterio, son of legendary former WWE Champion, Rey Mysterio, who will make his in-ring debut in a Street Fight match that will either put an end to the feud between Monday Night Messiah Seth Rollins and WWE's Mexican-born family, or one that will lead to another feud between the two.

Dominik prepares his first WWE ring gear

In his latest stories shared on Instagram, Dominik shared images of his costume for his upcoming clash against Seth Rollins. As we could see in those pictures, the details that ended up on Dominik's ring suit are in full Mysterio style, with the shapes and geometries that are very reminiscent of the clothes and costumes of his father Rey, a coveted WWE wrestler in his right.

Dominik's father Rey made his return to WWE on the latest episode of Monday Night Raw after a brief injury-related break and announced he would be a part of SummerSlam guiding his son against his clash against Rollins.

Apparently, these outfits of Dominik Mysterio have been designed by master Masahiro Hayashi, who has already worked for Rey Mysterio several times in the past and who has created Rey's best ring gear during his career in WWE and beyond, dedicating himself above all to masks of the Mexican-born wrestler, since his debut in WCW in the 90s.