Rey Mysterio was born Oscar Gutierrez on the 11th of December 1974, he is an American professional wrestler signed under the WWE. According to ESPN, he is globally regarded as the greatest cruiserweight in pro wrestling history.
Rey Mysterio's run in the WWE made him one of the most iconic wrestlers in the history of the platform despite his small stature. It was incredible athletic ability and status of "The Ultimate Underdog" that made him into a crowd favourite, no matter where he went. Oh, and who can forget his epic masks?
Mysterio, who is the professional wrestling's most iconic masked figure for almost two and a half decades, seeing Mysterio without his mask is certainly a rarity, he gives us a glimpse of the man behind the mask.
Honestly, you have to go all the way back to 1999 to see footage of him maskless back in his WCW days.
The future Hall of Famer has been unmasked on WWE TV more recently, with Randy Orton exposing his face in 2018 and Andrade doing the same earlier this year.
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