In recent WWE developments, the future of the Latino World Order (LWO) faction appears to be taking shape following the dramatic events involving Rey Mysterio, Santos Escobar, and Carlito. The narrative unfolded after Carlito accused Escobar of leaving brass knuckles that led to Logan Paul defeating Mysterio and claiming the US Title at Crown Jewel.
On the November 10 episode of SmackDown, Carlito’s accusations created tensions within the LWO, leading to a physical confrontation between Escobar and Mysterio. As the story progressed, Escobar felt betrayed as Mysterio seemed to side with Carlito. A subsequent attack by Escobar heightened the uncertainty surrounding allegiances within the faction.
In a surprising turn of events at WWE live events in Tupelo, Mississippi, and Jonesboro, Arkansas, Carlito, Cruz Del Toro, and Joaquin Wilde joined forces as a team. Their collaboration against Bobby Lashley and the Street Profits suggests a unified front, at least for now. These events provide a significant hint about the current dynamics within the LWO.
While the storyline may continue to evolve on television, the live event matches indicate that, as of now, there is no apparent discord between Carlito and the other two members of the faction. The trio’s teamwork implies a common purpose, though the WWE creative team may introduce twists in the plot.
Rey Mysterio’s absence from the ring persists as he recovers from legitimate surgery, a consequence of Escobar’s storyline attack. Speculation is rife about potential reinforcements for Escobar’s side, with Angel Garza and Humberto Carrillo rumored to re-emerge after a stint in NXT.
As the WWE universe awaits the next chapters of this unfolding drama, the LWO’s future hangs in the balance, with alliances shifting and new faces possibly joining the fray. The ongoing saga promises intrigue and excitement for fans invested in the fate of this storied faction.
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