Del Rio was booted out of the WWE in August of 2014 for "unprofessional conduct" which involved putting hands on a social media manager after he cracked a racist joke at Del Rio's expense.
Del Rio's always been a star; he's the son of Dos Caras, a luchador that has been called "the greatest heavyweight ever to come out of Mexico." Del Rio followed in his father's footsteps, winning championship gold in Asistencia Asesoría y Administración, CMLL, and winning gold medals at the Pan American Games and the World Junior Championships, as well as earning a 9-5 win/loss record during his mixed martial arts career.
The next month, after the WWE's official brand split, Del Rio and Paige ended up on separate shows (Smackdown and Raw, respectively), and for a hot minute, it looked like their relationship was in a bad spot.
He literally lost to John Cena in the main event of last night's Smackdown, and as of last night there was no word on if he'd even appear in a match at SummerSlam this Sunday.
The show's sixth season is set to premiere some time in the fall, but as of right now, there's no telling if they will be acknowledging Paige's violation—or her relationship with Del Rio—on the program.