Any violent sport can lead to death. Accidents and injuries happen quite often, just like in the WWE where a Mexican wrestler Perro Aguayo Jr. dies after wrestling match with Rey Mysterio. I am surprised how it happens? WWE is choreographed, and many moves are softened, but I guess not all moves work out like intended. Injuries, lifetime disabilities, and sometimes death lead to this kind of activities. After news of Perro Aguayo Jr. death spread, Oscar Gutierrez took to social media to express his sorrow and condolences to the deceased wrestler’s family.

They say that professional wrestling is fake. I say Wrestling is a rough and dangerous sport. Perro Aguayo Jr. is also known as El Hijo del Perro passed away after his match with Oscar Gutierrez a.k.a. Rey Mysterio, a former WWE performer making his return to Mexican wrestling. The tragic death took on Friday, March 20 in Tijuana, Mexico. Aguayo was 35 years-old.

Perro Aguayo Jr. Died

Perro Aguayo Jr. died early Saturday from a blow suffered in the ring.

Watching the video from the match below shows that in 6:17, Rey Mysterio used a headscissors takedown to propel Perro Aguayo Jr. out of the ring, but Aguayo quickly returned to the ring, upon-which Mysterio dropkicked Aguayo in the back to set up for Mysterio’s signature 619 as Aguayo landed throat-first on the middle rope. Manik then fell onto the middle rope to set up a double 619 spot, whiplashing the rope Aguayo was resting on. At this point, Aguayo appeared to be limp. Mysterio performed the 619 and did not hit any opponent. The match continued, but was quickly finished by Mysterio pinning Manik. Konnan attempted to revive Aguayo at ringside. Officials later brought Aguayo out of the ring. When paramedics arrived, Aguayo was brought to the local Del Prado hospital, where he was pronounced dead around 1:00 a.m. on March 21.

Perro Aguyo Jr. was the real-life son of “Lucha Libre Legend Perro Aguayo”. He was best known as the leader of the Perros del Mal stable, which he started in Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) in mid-2004. The stable became a significant draw in Mexican professional wrestling, peaking during Aguayo’s storyline rivalries with Místico and Héctor Garza. In October 2008, Aguayo left CMLL to start his own independent professional wrestling promotion Perros del Mal Producciones, built around members of his Los Perros del Mal stable. In June 2010, Aguayo returned to Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) after a seven-year absence to start an invasion storyline involving his stable.

The harshest part of Perro Aguayo Jr.’s death is when the fatal blow landed on him. Everyone there didn’t realize that there is something wrong, until he didn’t get up from it. What a tragic.

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