As site here and ponder the right words to say about what happened at the AAA event last night in Tijuana, MX. Last night should have been a great night for AAA as for the time since 1995 when he left for ECW, Rey Mysterio was returning to the ring.
I still am looking for the right words say and I can't truly find the words because for the first time in 5 years that I have been writing I actually don't what to say. I pride myself on knowing a tremendous amount about the pro-wrestling business, but I don't know a lot about Mexican Wrestling. When talking about the history of wrestling south of the border family names come to mind like Santo, Guerrero, Guerrera, Mysterio, Aguayo, and others. The one thing I know about Mexican is that it usually more often then not runs in the family where if the father does so does the son. During a tag team match last night involving Rey Mysterio, Manik, & Perro Aguayo Jr. Something happened to Perro following a bump onto the ropes where he went limp and lost conciseness. Many thought he just a concussion after landing wrong on a bump to the floor or maybe he re-injured an old injury, something out of the talents control caused this tragedy. This is something very difficult to write about and it was even harder to watch this proves that though many believe that wrestling is a joke sadly this shows why it shouldn't be taken as a joke.
It is never easy to lose a member of the pro-wrestling family especially under such horrible and tragic circumstances. I have said in the past that the hardest thing about being a fan of this business is when we loss our favorite stars. From all of us here at Wrestling Express I would like to extend my deepest condolences to the friends and family of Perro Aguayo Jr. Perro was only 35 years old and still in the prime of his career.
Rest in Peace
Perro Aguayo Jr
Gone But Never Forgotten
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