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Former WWE Superstar Rey Mysterio has spoken publicly for the first time since the tragic passing of his friend and fellow wrester Perro Aguayo Jr - setting the record straight on his future plans in the process.
Elsewhere, with WrestleMania XXXI now just two days away, the WWE have made a last minute adjustment to the running schedule of the biggest show of the year.
Meanwhile, one of the WWE's all-time greats has voiced his opinion on the hugely anticipated Triple H vs Sting match set to take place at Levi's Stadium this Sunday.
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We begin with an update from Rey Mysterio who has spoken publicly for the first time since the death of Perro Aguayo Jr last weekend.
Many believed Mysterio would quit wrestling having been in the ring at the time of the tragic accident last weekend - not to mention having reportedly received death threats due to his proximity to the event. Speaking at a WaleMania event last night though the ex-WWE Superstar said he had no plans to retire.
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The move is a brave one on Mysterio's part, but it shows his dedication to the business. With the wrestling world in shock after Perro Aguayo Jr suffered three broken vertebrae in the set up for a Mysterio 619 finisher in Mexico last weekend no one could have complained had the ex-WWE Superstar opted to walk away altogether.
Across to WrestleMania 31 and Vince McMahon and co have made a late change to the running schedule.
The Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal will now take place during the WrestleMania pre show rather than the main event. It is believed the WWE have been forced to make this change after having ran through the event only to discover that, due to the running time of other matches, they had to drop one event from the show.
Triple H vs Sting
Sticking with Sunday night’s show and WWE legend Ric Flair has had his say on the Triple H vs Sting.
The Nature Boy has backed Triple H to defeat the veteran on Sunday night in order to preserve his legacy. With the WWE's COO already having lost on the big stage to both Daniel Bryan and The Undertaker in the past another defeat, albeit it to a wrestling legend like Sting, would certainly put a dampener on what has been an incredible career.
What do you think WWE fans? Are you backing Triple H or Sting for a WrestleMania victory? And would HHH's reputation be ruined with a defeat? Let us know in the comments section below...
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