WWE Legend, Rey Mysterio to retire from wrestling on Monday Night Raw

WWE legend, Rey Mysterio is getting ready to retire from the sport on the upcoming edition of Monday Night Raw.

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) made the announcement that the well-loved entertainer will end his time in the ring on Monday, writing on Twitter: BREAKING: Next week on #WWERaw, @reymysterio will have his retirement ceremony.”

They also added that fellow wrestler, Seth Rollins will be the host of Rey Mysterio’s retirement ceremony, writing: UPDATE: @WWERollins will be the host of @reymysterio‘s retirement ceremony next week on #WWERaw.”

45-year-old Rey Mysterio whose real name is Oscar Gutierrez is a legend in the wrestling world and is widely known as the greater cruiserweight in wrestling history.

Mysterio, called that because he wears masks for his fights, is a Mexican-American wrestler who made his wrestling debut in Mexico in 1989.

He has since proven himself over and over again, making his name at the World Championship Wrestling in 1995, where he popularised the high-flying Lucha Libre fighting style.

He signed with WWE in 2012 and since then, he has gone on to become a two-time Intercontinental champion, two-time United States Champion, a four-time tag-team champion, a three-time Cruiserweight champion, and a three-time world champion. He is also the winner of the 2006 Royal Rumble.

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