WWE has a lot of Superstars that they want to keep around. Now, they know that Rey Mysterio is sticking around for quite a bit longer.

Rey Mysterio recently inked a new contract with WWE, as reported by Dave Meltzer on Monday on F4WOnline. It was not noted how long his new deal is for.

This marks another chapter in Rey Mysterio’s long-standing association with the company, a relationship that has endured since 2002. His most recent return occurred in 2018, and in 2020, he began teaming up with his son, Dominik.

The father-son duo continued their partnership until last summer when Dominik turned on Rey, culminating in a match at this year’s WrestleMania, which Rey emerged victorious. Only time will tell if they will ever meet again, and in what situation.


While Rey Mysterio is currently sidelined due to a knee injury, an incident involving Santos Escobar, who felt slighted after Mysterio chose Carlito over him, wrote him out of the storyline following WWE Crown Jewel.

Dominik Mysterio, on the other hand, recently renewed his contract with WWE last month. Since parting ways with his father, Dominik has aligned himself with the Judgment Day stable, notably standing alongside Rhea Ripley. A two-time NXT North American Champion, Dominik recently lost the title to Dragon Lee at NXT Deadline earlier this month.

We will keep our eye on this story, and so many more, here at Ringside News. You never know what will happen next, but this could be quite a time for the Mysterios.

What’s your take on Rey Mysterio sticking around WWE for even longer? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section!

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