After the “Cena Celebration” live from Laredo, Texas was a responding success, it’s only right that the WWE Universe returns to the idea again to celebrate another one of the promotion’s longest-tenured stars in Rey Mysterio in a celebration of his own, broadcast live from the wrestling mecca, Madison Square Garden on July 25th.

Now granted, a Mysterio celebration is a little different than John Cena’s. For one thing, Mysterio actually left the company for a time at the end of the last decade, where he wrested as part of Lucha Underground and appeared at the All In Pay-Per-View in a trios match with Rey Fenix and the Laredo Kid in a must-watch match versus Kota Ibushi and the Young Bucks. Then again, the final few years of Cena’s run in the WWE were as a beyond part-time performer, whereas Mysterio is still kicking it on weekly television matches with his son Dominik, with the duo becoming the first ever father-son tag team champions in the promotion’s history.

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Considering Mysterio will likely actually wrestle on his anniversary show, this has to be considered a must-watch show for the most famous man in sports entertainment from the 619.

… oh no, if Mysterio wrestles at Madison Square Garden in his Anniversary Show, it’ll likely be against Judgement Day, who almost just fed him a ConChairTo with his son watching. Would the WWE actually book Mysterio to get embarrassed at his memorial show? Well, considering Vince McMahon’s booking history, the answer to that question feels like a resounding yes.