After working as a heel for her complete WWE profession, Zelina Vega is now working as a babyface or ‘good man’ for the primary time.
Not too long ago, Vega, alongside Santos Escobar, Joaquin Wilde, and Cruz Del Toro of the previously identified group of Legado Del Fantasma, started to help WWE’s final hero Rey Mysterio in his feud with the villainous steady, The Judgment Day.
Throughout a latest interview on the Out of Character podcast, Zelina Vega was requested the way it feels to be a performer that followers cheer for now as an alternative of being the one that’s often hated.
“Not as a babyface, I’ve by no means been a babyface on TV ever in my complete 14 years of doing this, like by no means. So it’s very very cool, very totally different.” [11:04 – 11:15]
On the SmackDown earlier than WrestleMania 39, Rey Mysterio thanked Vega and her group for serving to him, within the course of the masked star introduced again the enduring LWO (Latino World Order) faction, with Legado Del Fantasma changing into a part of the steady.
Santos Escobar on WWE reviving the LWO
Earlier than the group’s revival late final month, the faction that was began by the late nice Eddie Guerrero was final seen on-screen in WCW on January 1, 1999.
Talking with Kayla Braxton on The Bump, Santos Escobar spoke about the way it feels to be a part of the reformed faction alongside the likes of Rey Mysterio.
“To be part of this reincarnation, reformation, regrouping of the LWO, it is essential to me as a result of I get to hold on with what they did. And I get to place my very own sauce and my very own salt and pepper on it. And I like that.” (H/T Wrestling Inc)
The LWO has really established itself as a fundamental occasion faction not too long ago, with them closing Monday Night time RAW this week alongside different high WWE stables.
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