Wrestling Revealed

Vampiro

Vampiro and Konnan heat

During a podcast interview with Steve Austin, Vampiro revealed some details about the longstanding backstage heat that he had with Konnan over the years. While they are amicable with one another now, the two of them were heated rivals backstage in WCW. To reduce the real life friction, the two of them decided to sit down and talk for approximately five hours to hash things out.
September 2, 2015
Konnan

Myzteziz turns heel

A rather interesting story line is taking place down in Mexico. During Triplemania, Myzteziz did a heel turn on Rey Mysterio and joined a stable featuring Konnan. The group proceeded to beat down the former world heavyweight champion. He then challenged Mysterio to a mask versus mask match. That should prove to be a huge draw for AAA.
August 10, 2015
Disco Inferno

Disco Inferno on Russell Wilson

A post on Twitter where Disco Inferno bashes Russell Wilson for wanting to be the highest paid player in the NFL. He doesn't feel that the Seattle Seahawks quarterback is deserving of that honor. That prompted a rather interesting response from Konnan.
July 20, 2015
Konnan

Rey Mysterio at UFC

A post on Instagram where Rey Mysterio and Konnan reveal that they were at the huge UFC event in Mexico City this weekend. The two of them were there to support Cain Lelasquez, the hometown hero, but he lost to Fabrico Werdum, who is now the unified heavyweight champion.
June 14, 2015
Konnan

Perro Aguayo memorial

A memorial was held in honor of Perro Aguayo this week. He passed away after an accident in the ring during a match. Konnan, who was the first person to check on Aguayo after the incident, was there in person. Rey Mysterio, however, was not. The belief is that he felt that his presence would be a distraction and might actually upset a couple of people who blame him for the death. Mysterio is currently heading overseas for wrestling show.
April 13, 2015
Scott Hall

Walemania

Walemania was the place to be this week if you were hoping to see a lot of wrestlers in the same place. Rey Mysterio made his first public appearance since the tragic Perro Aguayo incident. His buddy Konnan was there with him. The two of them were heavily advertised to be there. Three guys who were not scheduled to be there were Scott Hall, MVP and Samoa Joe, who all decided to simply pop up at the event and party with one another.
March 27, 2015
Konnan

Rey Mysterio and friends

A photo on Instagram of former WWE star Rey Mysterio hanging out with Mick Foley, Disco Inferno, Rikishi and Konnan.
March 27, 2015
Konnan

Konnan reviving Aguayo

By now, most people have seen the video of Perro Aguayo dying in the ring during a match involving Rey Mysterio. A select few have started blaming Konnan for repeatedly shaking Aguayo as he laid motionless on the mat. Others, however, have been defending him by stating that the former WCW star was under the impression that Aguayo was simply knocked out. To his credit, he rushed immediately to check on the fallen star.
March 24, 2015
Perro Aguayo

Perro Aguayo funeral

While his actual funeral will be held later this week in Guadalajara, there have been a couple of ceremonies already held to honor the passing of Perro Aguayo. Konnan was one of the first people on the scene of the tragic incident, and he led a small tribute during the latest Lucha Underground taping in Los Angeles. Several promotions in Mexico have reportedly done a little tribute to Aguayo at their shows as well.
March 22, 2015
Rey Mysterio

Rey Mysterio opponent dies

When it was announced that Rey Mysterio was returning to wrestle in Mexico, everyone knew that it was going to be an eventful moment. Just not this type of eventfulness. El Hijo del Perro Aguayo, whose real name is Pedro Aguayo Ramirez, reportedly took a dropkick to the trachea and slumped to the ropes. Konnan unsuccessfully tried to revive him backstage. Local news reports in indicate he died shortly after midnight.
March 21, 2015