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Latest WWE News – The WWE grand slam champion spoke about his fight against Samoa Joe, his experience at WrestleMania, and his campaign in support of children with autism
WWE superstar Rey Mysterio was interviewed for the podcast of the news portal Wrestling Inc. During the session, the former US champion spoke about his fight against Samoa Joe in Money in The Bank, his experience in WrestleMania 35, and his campaign in support of children with autism. Below, his statements:
On his match against Samoa Joe
“What happened at Money in The Bank was unfortunate, when you’re in a ring with the most adrenaline rush, you can not concentrate on things like the referee’s account or your opponent touching the strings while doing the pin. in nine out of ten times, but this has not been the case, after the fight, I suffered a separation in my left shoulder, which has put me on the canvas for a while, but I have seen improvements thanks to the physical treatments. doing everything possible to return to action between June and July. ”
On having left the title vacant
“I can not defend the title, so it does not make sense to keep it in my hands, and I decided to do the right thing after seeing Joe’s shoulder in the replay of that fight, I know it was not my fault, but I like being in the right side of the scale when it comes to work, I clearly did not win the title the way I would have liked to do it, so the best thing was to return it, improve it, and ask for a new opportunity later “.
About WrestleMania 35
“These shows are crazy, they grow more and more each year in terms of duration, but it is a risk that must be taken, my meeting there was unfortunate, but it has not been the end of the world. My career, so I do not think the fans have missed much, it would not be a bad idea to do a pre-WrestleMania show, with five or six warm-up matches, they could hold a big show, take a break, and then continue go ahead with the central show “.
“My team in the UK proposed to me to do this, and I can tell from my years in the business that there are a lot of children who have autism and are big fans of wrestling, their parents have come to tell me that they have a special connection with this This is why this campaign was born, we want to demonstrate a change, not only in Europe, Mexico, or the United States, but around the world. “