Rey Mysterio: The Biggest Little Man

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After a crippling year of murder scandals, drug abuse and injuries within the WWE, Rey Mysterio provides a much-needed hero. The 5-foot-6-inch wrestler has played a modern-day David to many Goliaths in his career. Trained in the Lucha Libre style, Mysterio, who made his debut in the mid-’90s, is highlighted in this three-disc box set that collects many of his greatest feuds including matches against Psicosis, Dean Malenko and Chavo Guerrero. But it’s against the late, great Eddie Guerrero that Mysterio is at his best—the combat between the two is so flawless and smooth that fast-paced, high-flying attacks look more like a beautiful dance than violent fight. Certainly impressive in the ring, Mysterio should also be applauded for being a strong role model and hero for young children—something that seems to be rare these days.