Rey Mysterio to appear at Big Event New York – March 07, 2015

Mar 2, 2015

Rey Mysterio will be appearing at Big Event New York this upcoming weekend, Saturday March 07, 2015. There are three packages that can be bought for Rey, which the information can be found by visiting the Big Event New York page.

The event will be taking place at the:

LaGuardia Plaza Hotel
104-04 Ditmars Boulevard, East Elmhurst, NY 11369

Rey Mysterio to appear at London Film Comic Con – July 18, 2015

Mar 2, 2015

As Rey continues to book appearances, he will be appearing at the London Film & Comic Con on Saturday, July 18, 2015 in London. Autographs or photos with him are 25 euros each. More information about Rey appearing can be seen at the official London Film & Comic Con event.

The website posted:

Guest Appearance Information

Attending: Saturday

Autograph: £25

Photo Shoot: £25

Meet Rey Mysterio at WrestleCon – March 27, 2015

Mar 2, 2015

Rey Mysterio will be appearing at WrestleCon in San Jose, California on March 27, 2015. There are multiple packages available to meet Rey, all prices ranging from $50-$250. More information about Rey being announced can be seen at the wrestlecon website.

Rey Misterio Jr. (formerly known as Rey Mysterio in WWE) will be an official guest for WrestleCon 2015 in San Jose! We partnered with RF Video and Highspots.com to bring this special guest to WrestleCon!

Rey will be signing on FRIDAY ONLY from Noon-4pm.
In order to meet Rey Misterio Jr., you will have to have a GA ticket for Session 1 (unless you are a Fast Pass/Superticket holder).

We will have several different opportunities to meet Rey

Meet Rey Mysterio at WaleMania – March 26, 2015

Mar 2, 2015

Rey Mysterio will be appearing at WaleMania on Mach 26, 2015 in Santa Clara, California. This is a 21+ event as it is held in a night club. More information about the event can be seen at WaleMania.Com

6:30 – 7:30 pm: VIP cocktail party with Rey Mysterio featuring a Don Julio open bar and hors-d’oeuvres

8 – 10pm: MLW Radio LIVE podcast with Rey Mysterio and friends featuring a Q & A with the fans

10 pm – 1:30 am: After Party featuring a special live performance by Wale performing songs from his new album coming out March 31st, The Album About Nothing. Plus, Rey Mysterio and other wrestling luminaries.

VIP Ticket holders attend the pre-show event with Rey Mysterio, and are guaranteed seats for MLW Radio live and access to the after party with a special live performance by Wale.
General Admission ticket holders have access to the MLW Radio LIVE podcast as well as the after party featuring a live performance by Wale.

Rey Mysterio and the WWE Part Ways

Feb 26, 2015

Today it was announced that Rey Mysterio is no longer under contract with the WWE and is now a free agent. Rey’s profile on the official WWE website has been moved to the alumni page.

Whatever Rey decides to do post-WWE, I am sure he’ll do a great job and will have all the support from the 619ers around the world. :)

Happy 40th Birthday, Rey Mysterio!

Dec 11, 2014

Today, December 11th marks Rey Mysterio’s 40th birthday! It’s hard to believe that Rey is 40 and even then, that he’s been in wrestling for more than half of his lifetime. The fans and I would like to send out nothing but happy thoughts, hugs and all the best wishes to a happy 40th birthday to Rey Mysterio. Thanks for being an incredible person to look up to and thanks for doing your best at all times. Nothing but love.


Rey Mysterio Interview with MLW Radio – Where is Rey Mysterio?!

Oct 20, 2014

Rey Mysterio conducted a cameo appearance on the MLW Podcast with Konnan to celebrate their 150th episode. Rey is in the first 20 minutes of the podcast and discusses what he’s doing at the moment, what about wrestling and more. For a quick transcript read below, to hear the full interview with Rey, click here!

– Rey says that he’s been home in the 619 just being a father and has been able to attend any sports that his children are involved in. He’s just been enjoying his time with his wife and his children most of all.

– Rey says that he’s been out due to a hand issue and tearing tissues in his hand. He says that he’s been feeling good physically and with 25 years of being in the business, it’s weird having the time off that he has at the moment, but he does feel those years of wear and tear on him.

– About his knees, his knees are feeling good at the moment, but when that pain hits, it hits hard, especially with rain/humidity.

– In other news, Rey has been taking acting lessons! He says that he would like to take acting to a level after wrestling, as he has been a lucky guy thus far in the wrestling world. He would love to do soap operas or anything sport related or even cartoons and would love to keep the name Rey Mysterio live.

– There’s talks about how there was an idea of a Rey Mysterio cartoon but WWE missed the idea with it and it never happened. Rey also talks about how he truly is grateful for everything that has happened and for Konnan helping him get his start in the beginning.

– Lastly, does Rey watch wrestling? He says that he just hasn’t watched it since his last match in April because he’s been so busy with his family. Rey even threw out the idea of a Rey Mysterio clothing line. Lastly, Rey says the he believes his name will be around for a longer time and he truly hope there is something else for him in wrestling.

15 Greatest Superstars in WWE SmackDown History

Oct 9, 2014

To celebrate SmackDown’s 15th year, WWE.com came up with an article honoring the ’15 Greatest Superstars in SmackDown History.’ With Rey exclusively being a SmackDown superstar for several years, it was an obvious idea that Rey would be included. WWE posted:

#8 Rey Mysterio
Although Raw and SmackDown are no longer entirely separate brands, some WWE Superstars still seem to embody a specific show. This is the case with Rey Mysterio and SmackDown.After making his WWE debut on the blue brand on July 25, 2002 — an episode so great that WWE.com hypothesized it could be the best SmackDown show ever — The Master of the 619 went on to win multiple WWE Tag Team and Cruiserweight Championships on SmackDown’s stage. The Ultimate Underdog made a career of overcoming the odds in legendary battles against much larger foes such as Big Show, Batista and JBL.

Some of the former World Champion’s most heated rivalries played out on Thursday and Friday night’s, including a controversial victory over JBL on May 26, 2006, that sent the self-proclaimed “Wrestling God” into semi-retirement as a SmackDown color commentator. — SCOTT TAYLOR

RVD Mentions Rey Mysterio in a Recent Interview

Sep 11, 2014

In a recent interview with Journey of a Frontman, WWE Superstar RVD spoke with Alex Obert and brought up Rey twice in the interview:

Alex Obert: With ECW One Night Stand, what was the process like for getting Enter Sandman as Sandman’s entrance theme?
Rob Van Dam: Well I wasn’t a part of the process of getting the music for the pay-per-view. It was my idea actually to do the ECW pay-per-view. And that process involved me going back and forth to Vince every day for a while with different ideas. “Look, you’ve got all these wrestlers on your payroll, but they used to be in ECW. Let us do a reunion show, it’d be awesome! You’ve got Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio, Chris Benoit, Spike Dudley, I give him this big list. And he goes, “I didn’t realize that!” I said, “You don’t have to bring anybody in, just let us do what we wanna do one night, the way we wanna do it.” And he went for it, it happened obviously…

Alex Obert: So before we wrap up, aside from your match against John Cena at One Night Stand, what is your favorite WWE exclusive match of yours?
Rob Van Dam: This match that you mention with Cena was obviously my crowning moment for several reasons. Leading up to that, we had the Smackdown vs. ECW match, and I wrestled Rey Mysterio. And I just remember I was in such a good mood. This was the first chance for me to show ECW RVD on WWE’s television. And to be on their stage, but to bring a chair in and do a skateboard kick. I was so elated. And we were bringing ECW back this time as a third brand, and this was leading into it. It was such a good time for me and for my career because of all the work and effort that I had done to try and revive the ECW spirit, this was the payoff. So I wrestled Rey Mysterio and I felt like I had the freedom, artistically, to be what I wanted to be. And it’s not always like that. People don’t understand a lot of times the lack of control that you have that you have just by the situation at hand. […] And later on in my career, it’s all about time, time, time, you’ve got boom, boom, boom. “We’ve got four minutes until the next commercial break. We’ve gotta throw two matches on. Go! Go! Go!” In that, I lose my artistic drive and freedom. When I think about that match I had that I was talking about, I was able to put my ECW boots on again, so to speak. I just remember I was so happy, I felt like I won the lottery. And that was RVD versus Rey Mysterio, ECW versus Smackdown.

Rey Mysterio Video from AAA TripleMania 22

Aug 18, 2014

Last night AAA, Mexico’s biggest promotion at the moment, AAA celebrated their 22nd year running with TripleMania. During the PPV, the promotion saw the likes of Alberto del Rio, aka El Patron making his mark and our very own Rey Mysterio made a way to show up. Rey got his big break with the company when he first started wrestling, thus sending out a congratulatory video to the company. In the video, Rey talks about the company being around and even finished with a “see you all soon” comment. If the video doesn’t work, you can watch it here.