Rey Mysterio and Seth Rollins go to fight during The Horror Show at Extreme Rules. They have a very special stipulation during their fight that could be very graphic, since it is an “Eye for an eye” hand to hand. Practically they will have to remove the eye to be able to win. WWE has the means so that none of the competitors really lose an eye.

The company made it clear that the winner of the Eye For An Eye match will be the one to serve your opponent’s eye. Actually, they aren’t going to blind a superstar on the show.

WWE plans to use CGI effects to blind a fighter

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that the Rollins vs. Mysterio match will be pre-recorded. That marks two matchups for the pay-per-view to be recorded, including the swamp fight. WWE is also using special effects to achieve the horrible ending.

The fight has received a lot of attention in recent days, largely because the stipulation is stupid. They are announcing the fight, as if one of the real ones could gouge out their eyes.

This whole stipulation of the fight is made even more interesting by the current status of Rey Mysterio WWE’s contract. Mysterio does not have a current contract. It could be a way to get him off television, possibly forever. If they can come to terms with Mysterio, then that could leave Seth Rollins off of Raw while healing from an eye injury in Kayfabe.

Rollins is currently expecting his first child with Becky Lynch. A break for Monday Might Messiah might be welcome for him, but WWE would certainly miss his stellar presence.

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