WWE News: Rey Mysterio Visits Eddie Guerrero’s Graveyard For The First Time
One of the most devastating incidents happened in the WWE in the form of Eddie Guerrero’s death. There has not been a superstar quite like him who can entertain the fans. He is perhaps the greatest import that Mexico has ever seen in the entire pro-wrestling industry. We can say that even considering the name of Rey Mysterio who was a great friend of his belonging to the same country.
Over the years, Eddie Guerrero has been a true inspiration to many of the current WWE superstars. He was one of the legends that they grew up watching and always remain humble to his name. Rey Mysterio is one of those names whose entire career can be called a tribute to the superstar who passed away in 2005. So the bond between the two is still very much present.
We have seen the proof once again as Rey Mysterio recently visited the graveyard of Eddie Guerrero. Thirteen years have passed by since the shocking death of one of wrestling’s greatest performers. The Master of 619 always wanted to give a visit to this place where Viva La Raza is lying in eternal peace. Finally one of his best friends has been able to pay a visit to him.
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Always had a hard time wanting to visit Eddie & found myself cowardly refusing it due to the pain & memories from that day………Finally this past Monday, after 13yrs, I had the courage to visit him and have a one on one moment with him…. & …….exactly what I feared of happening, happened. Memories from that day were flashing through my head but his presence was much stronger and was able to cope and maintain my composure. After my conversation & connection with him I left with a Huge internal Smile and felt a soothing & peaceful ♥️! Eddie has been such an inspiration not only to me but to many & will always continue to do so. I witnessed that day, that future wrestlers who never had the opportunity to meet him took the time to stop by and pay their respects wishing they would of had the honor and privilege to have met him & been around him like many of us did! I truly miss you WeeWeeto! #YouWill4EverLiveInOur?’s #WeLoveYou
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Rey Mysterio posted pictures of himself visiting the grave on the social media revealing the upper-mentioned fact. He could not visit the grave in the last 13 years for some unknown reasons. Here are the heartfelt comments from the high-flying superstar,
“Always had a hard time wanting to visit Eddie & found myself cowardly refusing it due to the pain & memories from that day. Finally this past Monday, after 13yrs, I had the courage to visit him and have a one on one moment with him, & exactly what I feared of happening, happened. Memories from that day were flashing through my head but his presence was much stronger and [I] was able to cope and maintain my composure.”
It is really great to see Rey Mysterio having so much honor left inside him for the fellow Mexican. Be it capturing the tag team gold or arch-nemesis, these two always created magic inside the ring. They delivered one of the best personal rivalries in the year 2005 before Eddie Guerrero passed away. Later, Rey went on to dedicate his 2006 Royal Rumble win to this great wrestler.
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