WWE News: Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara Match Would Break Records at Wrestlemania 29

Gone Baby GoneContributerSeptember 6, 2012

Courtesy WWE.com
Courtesy WWE.com

For those of you planning on attending WrestleMania 29 prepare to be a part of history.

As WrestlingInc.com reports:

WWE has put Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara together to build to a WrestleMania 29 match.

You may remember that WWE wanted to do Mysterio vs. Cara at WrestleMania 28 but both of them got injured. WWE was planning to give out luchador masks to everyone in attendance at WrestleMania 28 and then have them wear the masks before the Cara-Mysterio bout so they could set the Guinness World Record for most masks worn in one place at the same time. This is what WWE is building to for WrestleMania 29.

 

If this comes to fruition, this would also mark the first time that both men lasted longer than six-months without injury or suspension in over a year. Overall, this match has the potential for greatness. However, not only do both men have to be healthy.

They have to give it their all.

Ultimately, I am not too hopeful that this will happen considering both men have a history of injuries a mile long. Not to mention, Mysterio is still recovering from a recent concussion. Who knows how long that will take?

In the end, this match would probably just be a throw-away, as the WWE seems more concerned in making the record books than booking a solid match.

I guess we shall wait and see what the future truly holds for both men. There are currently too many variables involved to determine the possibility of this happening.

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