Rey Mysterio, whose true name is Oscar Gutierrez, is one of the most well-known professional wrestlers in the history of the United States. Originally from California, Rey Mysterio started his professional wrestling career when he was just 14 years old. For more than three decades, he has provided wrestling fans with hours of entertainment in the ring. Aside from his given name, Rey Mysterio is also known by the ring names Colibri, El Nio, and Super Nio.
Well, Rey Mysterio got well-known thanks to his mask, which he wears at all times when in the ring with his opponents. On the ring, it is quite unusual to see Rey Mysterio without his mask on. As a result, many wrestling fans have expressed a desire to see his face without a mask for quite some time. Many wrestling fans, on the other hand, are unaware that Rey Mysterio battled without a mask during his early professional wrestling days. Several photographs of Rey Mysterio sans a mask have surfaced from his early days as a professional wrestler.
Some photographs of Rey Mysterio sans his mask are included in the gallery below.
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