Alberto Del Rio used the moniker of “Mexico’s Greatest Export” while he was with WWE, and it is still a nickname that he goes by from time to time. That name is one given with honor, but Alberto El Patron has to admit now that it “pains” him to admit that it is true.

In a tweet, translated from Spanish, Alberto sent out his real feelings about that lasting nickname. People call him Mexico’s Greatest Export, and he can’t deny it. There is also apparently a part of him that wishes it wasn’t the case.

Although it pains many to admit it, I am, and always will be, the best talent born in Mexico exported abroad in the modern era of the wrestling industry. If you ever have doubts, go to my resume and compare it with whoever you like. Made in Mexico

Alberto Del Rio retired from MMA, but he is far from finished in the pro wrestling world. He is starting his own pro wrestling company and will continue his legacy in that way. You also never know if WWE will call him again, because he dropped pretty big tease that he wants another run with the WWE Title.


Accusations about Alberto, which resulted in charges of sexual assault and kidnapping, were later proven to be false. His ex fiancé later admitted to authorities to fabricating that story after saying she had no idea what the ramifications really were at the time. He also spoke openly about that ordeal and hopes to put it behind him.

In the meantime, Alberto will continue elevating Latin American talent however he can as he pulls for the continued evolution of pro wrestling, a passion that is still in his blood.

What’s your take on Alberto El Patron’s possible WWE return? Are you here for it? Sound off in the comments!

Felix Upton

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