Rey Mysterio Says He Doesn’t See Himself Wrestling Too Much Longer

April 10, 2019

WWE Superstar Rey Mysterio suffered an ankle injury prior to WrestleMania 35, and at one point his status or his match with Samoa Joe for the US Title was in question. But as we saw, he was able to work through the injury, albeit in a losing effort that lasted only a minute.

Rey Mysterio recently spoke to Busted Open Radio where he addressed his wrestling career and future in the business. During the discussion Rey mentioned that he realizes that he doesn’t have too many years left on his career.

Mysterio said:

“I’ve been able to not only see, but live the evolution of this sport and like you said [Mark Henry] there’s a huge difference from when I broke in to 15 years later to another 15 because just this past March my wife sat down and Dominick joined us and it’s been 30 years since I’ve been doing this.”

“I wasn’t forced to grow up faster than others, but it was my decision that I wanted to be a part of this beautiful sport that I started at a young age, I got the opportunity and I ran with it and it just made me see things differently than other kids.”

“The evolution of this sport has been so dramatically different in the change and I definitely don’t see myself doing this many more years longer although the opportunity that I’ve gotten with my return to WWE to be able to face guys like the caliber of Andrade who is a third generation wrestler have been incredible.”

Mysterio went on to say that he that even though his body might disagree with him, that he still has the desire to wrestle.


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