Daniel Bryan Says Wrestling Rey Mysterio Was A Dream Come True, Watch Lost Episode Of Raw, Hulk Hogan

– Speaking to Montgomery Adviser, Daniel Bryan says he enjoys competing as a tag team wrestler because it gives him the opportunity to face wrestlers who he may not have otherwise squared off against, such as a wrestler he idolized in high school.

“We wrestled the team of Rey Mysterio and Sin Cara once and it was a lot of fun,” Bryan said while promoting WWE’s upcoming Raw live at the Garrett Coliseum in Montgomery, Alabama. “Rey is one of the guys who I looked up to when I was in high school and wrestling him was just a dream come true.”

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– The official WWE website has posted a lost episode of Raw originally scheduled for November 22, 1993. WWE explains, “WWE produced two episodes of Raw under the show number “41”. One of those episodes was never considered part of the shows historic 1000+ episode run. Relive this episode in its entirety featuring a huge WWE Championship match between Bret Hart and Yokozuna.”

Also featured is a match pitting Marty Jannetty against Irwin R. Schyster and Bruce Prichard impersonating Dusty Rhodes’ voice as Reo Rodgers in a segment with Shawn Michaels.

– At Thursday’s New York Rangers game at Madison Square Garden, a “This Day In Garden History” graphic was shown on the video screens with a photo of Hulk Hogan facing The Iron Sheik displayed. The day marked as the twenty-ninth anniversary of the night Hogan won the WWF Championship at the venue.

  • http://www.facebook.com/ldozier3 Lorenzo Dozier

    It actually is a dream come true for certain stars because these are people who once upon a time might have watched these guys on Television while they were kids, and then to step in the ring with them or cut a promo must be honorable. Like The Miz working with The Rock, that was his idol. Some people who had the chance to wrestle the late Eddie Guerrero, etc. Edge teaming up with Hulk Hogan etc.

    • Yessir

      Dude I miss the hell outta Eddie, as we all do R.I.P

  • http://twitter.com/MJ_Nozza Max

    Rey Mysterio is one of the greats.

    • http://twitter.com/AJCampbellNYG Andrew Campbell

      A future Hall Of Famer without a doubt.

  • http://www.facebook.com/mike.hillyard.73 Mike Hillyard

    Rey is definitely a shell of his former self. But no one can deny that in his prime there was nobody better.

  • dae

    I wonder why that episode was never aired…

  • http://twitter.com/AJCampbellNYG Andrew Campbell

    Rey Mysterio is the best he’s been in years right now IMO. Several years ago he was starting to grow really stale and became a little too conservative in the ring. Obviously he’s nowhere near as good as he was in 2002/2003 and has toned down his in-ring style a little, but he’s starting to move around the ring quicker and can still deliver kick ass matches. Hope he sticks around for many more years to come.