WWE's Rey Mysterio Says Plans For Match With Son Dominik Were 'Thrown Down The Trash'
The two are enjoying their tag-team run too much
Rey Mysterio has revealed he and son Dominik have scrapped plans to have a match against each other, saying they're enjoying being tag-team partners too much.
Dominik and father Rey won the SmackDown Tag Team Championship at WrestleMania Backlash and Mysterio has admitted he and his son had previously discussed the idea of having a match together.
However, as time went on, the duo decided that they didn't need to have such a match, instead relishing their time tagging together.
Speaking to Metro, when asked about the possibility of wrestling his son, Rey said: "We actually talked about this a while back, when my son started to train. The more and more we got to spend time together in the ring and outside of the ring, it came to the point where me and my son were like, there’s no need.
"The connection here is so beautiful, the love – more than father and son, I think we’re like best friends. For the moment, there’s no time for us to even be thinking, 'how would it be like to face each other?'
"We’re enjoying such a great moment right now within our personal lives, within our wrestling careers. For me, it’s a complete blessing, before I end up retiring – to have been able to share these moments with my son.
"So that thought of possibly facing each other, I think was thrown down the trash a while back."