In recent weeks, as indeed in recent months, there has been a lot of talk about the entire Mysterio family in the WWE rings, since Dominik Mysterio made his debut in the Stamford company rings as a full-fledged Superstar, up to the injury of the father to one eye, and then get to the last episodes that also saw the protagonist of Rey's youngest daughter, Aalyah, with the girl who would have established a very special relationship with Murphy, who for months was one of the main torturers of the brother.
After all these vicissitudes, it seems that the story of Dominik Mysterio will continue to evolve in the rings of the Stamford company, with the McMahons who have recently begun to register several brands that also include Rey Mysterio's son, with some details that have however intrigued the WWE Universe fans.
Rey Mysterio’s son Dominik Mysterio proudly owns his family’s last name
After talking to you in the past few weeks about the fact that WWE had bought the rights to the names Prince Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio, which were strange to many fans because Rey's son never used those names on his rings, nor the nickame "Prince Mysterio "nor the form" Dominick "as a real name, since the boy is also called Dominik in the registry office, without the c, it would seem that WWE has a bit confused ideas, having also registered the name in recent days corrected by the athlete as his brand and therefore "Dominik"
As reported by the Heel By Nature website, WWE would have registered the name with C on 13 October, while the next day, or 14 October, the McMahon federation would have also decided to register the real name used by the boy and therefore without the extra consonant.
At the moment it is not known what WWE would have in mind, if the first registered trademark was a mistake or a well-studied strategy by the company, which will perhaps want to use both aliases for the boy, including his nickname, which perhaps will be brought in.
scene once the mask for the boy has also been released, who as reported by us at WorldWrestling, could soon follow in the footsteps of his father and family, wearing the typical Lucha Libre mask, thus becoming Prince Mysterio.
Dominik Mysterio is presently giving no indication that he wants to drop his last name, but you never know if that could happen. There are a lot of stories left to be told with Dominik on the main roster and he might go through some of them as a single-named Superstar.
Rey Mysterio also filed a copyright for Prince Mysterio prior to Dominik’s in-ring debut. Dominik also revealed that there are still plans on the table for him to wear a mask like his father.