Dominik Mysterio entered WWE when he was a kid, as part of his father, Rey Mysterio’s, storyline with Eddie Guerrero. Now as an adult, Dominik Mysterio is a bona fide WWE Superstar, and there are big things in store for him.

Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysrterio are going to throw down at WrestleMania 39. That father vs son match could be quite an emotional roller coaster, but it won’t end at the showcase of the immortals. You can click here for a bit of a spoiler on those plans.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter noted that Triple H is very high on Dominik Mysterio. In fact, Triple H has big plans for Rey Mysrterio’s son in the future, because he has impressed a lot of people during this run.

Everyone has been impressed with Dominik Mysterio and it’s pretty much universally acknowledged that Rey vs. Dominik is the hottest thing in the company aside from the Bloodline stuff. Levesque is very high on Dominik and his future past this angle and there are long-term plans for him as a star


WWE has a lot of promising young stars in NXT, but Dominik Mysterio was one of the rare talents who got to skip that whole brand. Now, it seems that the sky is the limit for Dominik Mysterio, as his “Prison Dom” character is still lighting up the WWE Universe.

Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio’s match at WrestleMania will be another huge page in the young Superstar’s journey through pro wrestling. Hopefully, he will create quite a memory, but odds are he has a lot more WrestleMania events in his future.

What’s your take on Dominik Mysterio’s booking in WWE? Have you turned around on your initial feelings about Rey Mysterio’s son? Sound off in the comments section to let us know what you think!

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