Rey Mysterio does not want to wrestle his son, Dominik Myserio, at WrestleMania 39. He rejected another offer on SmackDown this week to throw down with his flesh and blood, but another man wanted to take him on. It turns out that this resulted in Mysterio getting a little loose with his Spanish reply.

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LA Knight’s attempt to achieve two goals simultaneously resulted in an unexpected outcome. During a WWE event, Knight demonstrated his arrogant behavior by stating that he would abandon his paternal responsibilities to gain favor with Rey Mysterio, but this strategy backfired when the veteran wrestler punched him. In response, Mysterio spoke a phrase in Spanish, which left both Knight and the audience bewildered and wondering about the meaning of his words.

During this segment, Rey Mysterio said something in Spanish to LA Knight.


“No te metas conmigo, c**rón. Cuidado con lo que dices,” retorted Rey.

After a little research with Google Translate, it was revealed that the scathing comments made by Rey Mysterio during a backstage segment on WWE SmackDown included profanity. The complete sentence, once translated, contained vulgar language that was deemed inappropriate for the audience.

“Don’t mess with me, b*tch. Be careful with what you say!”

We’ll have to see how Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio’s storyline advances from this point on. Obviously, the two are slated to throw down at WrestleMania 39. Only time will tell who wins at the showcase of the immortals.

What’s your take on this Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio storyline? Sound off in the comments!

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