Rey Mysterio Update, Lynch Attacks Flair, Villano III Passes Away

Rey Mysterio appears to be getting closer and closer to returning to WWE. He is currently set to compete at the All In event on September 1st, but he does not have a whole lot of independent wrestling bookings beyond that at the moment. Mysterio has said before that he and WWE have been negotiating a deal nearly all year long that would see him return to the company on a permanent business. According to PWInsider, it looks like the former WWE Champion will definitely be wrapping up his independent commitments very soon. Aside from the All In event, he will also be appearing at the Lucha Expo event in Las Vegas in what appears to be his final indie bookings before he returns to WWE.
As seen during the SummerSlam pay-per-view earlier this week, Charlotte Flair won the SmackDown Women’s Championship in a Triple Threat match also featuring Becky Lynch and former champion Carmella. After the match, Lynch unexpectedly attacked her best friend and has seemingly turned heel. It appears that the attitude change from Becky has not gone away yet as she again ambushed Flair during a recent WWE live event in Atlantic City. Flair was once again able to defeat Carmella in a singles match, but Becky Lynch assaulted Charlotte once again after her match was over. WWE is advertising an explanation from Lynch concerning her recent actions for tonight’s episode of SmackDown.

Take her out Becky #WWEAtlanticCity ??????????
— Kim (@kimberlasskick) August 21, 2018

just in case anyone wanted to know what becky did/said tonight at #WWEAtlanticCity ??
— simone 25 (@simonealexaa) August 21, 2018

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— WWE2420 (@wwe2420) August 21, 2018

Numerous icons and legends in the pro wrestling industry have tragically passed away this year. The likes of Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart, Vader, Nikolai Volkoff, Brian Christopher, and Bruno Sammartino are only a few names who have died within the past few months. Unfortunately, it has now been confirmed that Lucha Libre star Villano III passed away earlier today at the age of 66. The official cause of his death appears to be due to a cerebral infarction. Villano III and his family members have a long history in the pro wrestling business, and his father was legendary Lucha wrestler Ray Mendoza. Villano III had two sons, who know compete under the ring names Villano IV and Villano V. Villano III’s legacy in wrestling goes all the way back to the 1970s.

Villano III, one of the greatest stars of LLI (UWA), has passed away today.
— luchablog (@luchablog) August 21, 2018

Villano III has passed away, the son of the late Ray Mendoza, and one of the biggest Lucha Libre performers of the past four decades.
— John Pollock (@iamjohnpollock) August 21, 2018

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