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Dominik Mysterio Earns More High Praise From Chavo Guerrero

Like it or not, he is the man with the most heat in WWE, and Dominik Mysterio earns more high praise on top of it

Dominik Mysterio High Praise
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Like it or not, he is the man with the most heat in WWE, and Dominik Mysterio earns more high praise on top of it

The young Mysterio is, of course, not new to the world of wrestling. He’s been around it his entire life.

When your dad is a WWE Hall of Famer, and his friends (and in some cases, your uncle) are too…it rubs off.

And it’s one of those close family friends dishing out the praise now.

Dominik Mysterio Earns More High Praise From Chavo Guerrero

Chavo Guerrero knows the Mysterios very well.

Dominik Mysterio High Praise
source: @wrestlefeatures, twitter, screenshot

One frequent rival during his time in WWE was, of course, Rey Mysterio.

He knows Dom, and as anyone can, he’s watched the young WWE Superstar grow on screen the last few years.

As Chavo put it, Dominik Mysterio is far ahead of where someone with his experience should be.

Of course, this isn’t about the in-ring ability. Or, it isn’t only about that.

Having a little experience in the ring myself, there is a lot that goes in to learning how to run the ropes and take bumps.

There’s a ton more involved when it comes to engaging the crowds, being comfortable in front of them, and really being able to make them love or hate you.

While I was always told it was “easier to be a heel”…the amount of heat he gets is insane.

So much so that a respected veteran like Chavo recognizes that.

It doesn’t hurt to have turned on your own father, while invoking the late, great uncle Eddie Guerrero too.

Dominik Mysterio High Praise
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A lot of that is owed to Dom’s experiences in and around WWE for his entire life.

Not everyone has that good fortune…but others who had it? They don’t always make the most of those legacy chances.

How his first few years have gone gives a lot of people optimism for just what kind of career he might put together.

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