Rey Mysterio has wrestled 20+ years for WWE, he surely has had a legendary career, but normally wrestlers used to get inducted into Hall Of Fame once they retire. Rey Mysterio is still a full time wrestler for WWE.
Rey Mysterio recently was interviewed by New York Post, where he commented on Hall Of Fame induction and his possible plans for retirement.
“I was pulled aside by Triple H and he mentioned to me, ‘Rey, we would love to induct you into the Hall of Fame,” Mysterio said. “It was very shocking to me. It was like, ‘Wow.’ I remember the first words that came out of my mouth were just like, ‘I’m not ready to retire.’ He’s like, ‘No, it’s not like that.’”
“I’m still having a hard time digesting it because Hall of Fames are supposed to happen when you retire, when you’re getting close to retirement,” he said. “I don’t feel neither of them are close for me, but it’s a huge blessing.”
“I think I do have a number and I want to keep it at that and my number is 50,” Mysterio said. “I’m hoping at 50 I can go ahead and say it’s been an incredible ride and I think it’s time for me to step back now.”