WWE reportedly want Rey Mysterio's son Dominick to start wrestling for them in 2020

Dominick and Rey Mysterio

Rey Mysterio is one of the biggest legends in wrestling history, and he is idolised by fans around the world.

But recently he's seem to have found his match in the new up-and-coming lucha libre star in Andrade.

The pairing's first matches on the main roster were actually in November of 2018, and since then they have been enemies.

Countless matches have ensued, all as good as the last, but the feud really escalated a few weeks back when Andrade tried to rip the mask of Mysterio from his face.

The two have faced-off on the last three Monday Night Raw's, and all have brought the same conclusion - a victory for El Idolo.

An emotional Mysterio was interviewed by Charly Caruso backstage on Raw this week, and he constantly mentioned his family and needing to support them.

And it looks like we may see the return of the prodigal son himself - Dominick.

Dominick Mysterio looks likely to be returning to WWE television in the near future

According to the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, it's thought that WWE officials want Dominick to step inside the squared circle in the near future, and a new family-orientated Mysterio storyline could be the catalyst, per WrestlingInc.

Dominick is now 21 years of age and there were signs that he may have gotten involved in Rey's feud with Samoa Joe earlier in the year after making constant on-screen appearances and Joe threatening him backstage.

He's obviously got the Mysterio genes to be a wrestler, but he's also been trained by former WWE Tag Team Champion Lance Storm in Canada, so he's got a little bit of experience.

Mysterio has been on a losing streak to Andrade recently and mentioned his family in a Raw promo

But the thought is that WWE think Dominick isn't ready just yet to lock horns with any established superstars, and that we may have to wait until 2020 to see him in action.

He obviously brings something a lot more different than his father to the table considering the size difference, and who knows - we could see father and son teaming up together soon enough, something that hasn't happened an awful lot in WWE history.

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