Former WWE Star Made Mercedes Mone Entrance Mask

1 month ago by Sanchez Taylor

Former WWE Star Made Mercedes Mone Entrance Mask Instagram

Former WWE star Lince Dorado has confirmed that he made Mercedes Mone’s mask she wore at STARDOM All Star Grand Queendom.

At the April 23 event, Mone defended her IWGP Women’s Championship against Mayu Iwatani.

The title ultimately changed hands, with Iwatani pinning Mone after a two-step dragon suplex.

During Mone’s entrance, the now-former champion wore a mask as a homage to Eddie Guerrero, who wrestled as the Black Tiger II from 1993 to 1996.

Lince Dorado has now taken to Twitter with photos of the mask, providing fans with a closer look at the piece of headgear.

Revealing that he made the mask for Mone, Dorado wrote:

Here’s some #luchalit pictures of the #blacktigerII mask I created for @MercedesVarnado

Since leaving WWE in November 2021, Dorado has wrestled for the likes of MLW and IMPACT Wrestling. He’s now signed to MLW, where he previously held middleweight gold.

Mone has revealed that the next stop on her world tour will be Long Beach, California, for the May 21 NJPW Resurgence event.

For the latest update on Mone’s contract status following her title loss click here.

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