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The W - Pro Wrestling - Rey Mystereo article on ABC.com
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    At 5 feet, 6 inches tall and 165 pounds, Rey Mysterio has spent his entire career trying to prove that bigger isn't necessarily better in the world of professional wrestling. And the best way to prove that point would be winning the world heavyweight championship at this year's Wrestlemania.

    If he wins April 2, Mysterio will become the lightest world heavyweight titlist in pro wrestling history. In an industry that has traditionally favored muscular powerhouses like Bruno Sammartino, Andre the Giant, Hulk Hogan and The Rock, Mysterio has proven wrong naysayers who told him he was too small, couldn't have a believable, entertaining match with the big boys, and that he would never even make it to World Wrestling Entertainment.
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An unusually good wrestling article.



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I won't get this due to my undying hatred of Foley, but hopefully they put out Bret and Austin DVDs soon. I'd buy those in a heartbeat.
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