Friday night has arrived, which means we’re just “WWE SmackDown” away from not only WrestleMania 39 but also the 2023 WWE Hall of Fame ceremony. Speaking of Rey Mysterio, he’s leading this year’s class, and this is just the start of the weekend as he will take on his son, Dominic Mysterio, on Saturday night at SoFi Stadium. But before we get to all of that, Choose a fight I mentioned that WWE has brought in a few Latin World Order T-shirts that will be filming for this evening’s segment. The LWO was the short-lived WCW faction founded by Eddie Guerrero.
Between “SmackDown” and the Hall of Fame induction set immediately to follow tonight’s show, not to mention possible future use, Fightful couldn’t confirm the exact segment for which the shirts were being ordered. Two details confirmed in the report are that the shirts were ordered for an on-location segment and that a source indicated that they would be placed in Mysterio’s locker room for a “show-style lay-out.”
For months, the soon-to-be Hall of Famer resisted the urge to get revenge on his son Dominic, who would call him a “killer puncher” at every turn while constantly getting things physical. At times, Dominic has also referred to “Latino Heat” Eddie Guerrero, even wishing his late Hall of Famer was his father instead. It was only when Dom berated his mother on the March 24 episode of “SmackDown” that Ray had seen (and heard) enough. In addition, Rey Mysterio has found support in the form of Legado Del Fantasma in recent weeks, primarily Santos Escobar. It should be noted that the LDF logo is very similar to the LWO logo, which emulates the New World Order.
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