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Latest on Rey Mysterio’s negotiations with WWE

Rey Mysterio Royal Rumble

While the report of Rey Mysterio signing a two year deal with WWE turned out to be false, the fact that the Master of 619 has been talking to the company is still true.

Mysterio has been discussing a part-time deal with the company since his appearance at Royal Rumble and last we heard, his contract was expected to be three years long.

The latest update on the situation comes from Wrestling Observer Newsletter which reveals that the talks are still going on and it has reached a point where they are discussing Mysterio’s other commitments:

“While Rey Mysterio has not signed with WWE, the discussions are close enough that they’ve talked about what commitments he has and doesn’t have left, All-In is obviously a key thing.”

As we noted before, WWE is trying to sign wrestlers who are slated to work ALL In and it’d be interesting to see if they are able to pull Mysterio from the show.


  • Kristopher Robinson

    New article posted… WWE states they dont care….

  • Kristopher Robinson

    And who are you, their lawyer? You’re getting this information from a wrestling diet sheet website. Theres no proof backing any of that up. And when has the WWE really been about closing companies other than WCW? They tried to help ECW and they’re not on bad terms at all with Impact. The guy running All-In is the son and brother of 2 very decorated former WWE superstars, especially Dusty. Why would the WWE try to crush Cody? You probably aren’t even a ROMAN reigns fan, because everybody else is hahaha j/k.

  • Vinny Mastrantonio

    What makes you think that? They fight everything. They file cease and desists, they fight against Madison Square Garden when they want ROH to try to run a show there, yet they try to say to come off as “we don’t acknowledge competition”. Or they come off as a spoiled kid who doesn’t get what they want. They are a machine, you can’t fight a billionaire forever, and if you had the deep pockets for it, you would want to try to have as much of a monopoly on the business as you can. Plus with All In, it is in the beginning of September, when it is a down-time for wrestling because it is in between SummerSlam and the Rumble. Stop being so naive when it comes to WWE. They don’t pull these guys out of nowhere. They watch other companies.

  • Kristopher Robinson

    I honest doubt that the WWE is trying to get people, to back out off ALL-IN