Brock Lesnar strikes fear into the hearts of those who witness his entrance, especially if they know that a beating is coming their way. Recently, Dominik Mysterio opened up about his initial nerves when working with The Beast Incarnate.

In 2019, Brock Lesnar engaged in a short feud with Rey Mysterio following his WWE Championship victory over Kofi Kingston in October. Dominik Mysterio, who was transitioning into a performer, became involved in the rivalry and experienced his first physical encounters in the ring.

In their quest to conquer Brock Lesnar, the father-son duo showcased their abilities, executing a remarkable double 619 move. Rey Mysterio and Dominik Mysterio tried their best against Lesnar.

As he remembered that period, Dominik Mysterio confessed to Inside The Ropes that he was incredibly anxious when collaborating with Brock Lesnar. Nevertheless, it proved to be an intriguing starting point for his WWE career.


“I remember being super nervous getting involved with Brock Lesnar. I mean, for obvious reasons. But yeah it was a very very interesting part to start my career with WWE in 2019. It was a lot of fun.” 

We will have to see what happens in the future. Brock Lesnar and Dominik Mysterio very well may have another confrontation in their future. Only time will tell how that second meeting pans out, but it’s likely to be a long night for Dominik Mysterio.

Brock Lesnar is still with WWE, and his return to television will likely include a match against Cody Rhodes. Interestingly enough, Dominik Mysterio has Cody Rhodes to deal with at Money in the Bank on July 1st.

How would you feel about working with Brock Lesnar? Sound off in the comments!

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