Sin Cara was thrown off the tour bus the day before yesterday after his fight with Chris Jericho. All Wrestling News reports that WWE has instructed Sin Cara to go for anger management classes as punishment for not getting along with his co-workers.
The incident with Jericho occurred when the SmackDown roster was on its way from Leeds to Glasgow on the tour bus. Sin Cara was allegedly making annoying noises and didn’t stop despite being told by his co-workers to do so.
Jericho then told Sin Cara to stop but Sin Cara reportedly told him to “f**k off”. Heated words were exchanged between the two after which Sin Cara threw a punch with his right hand. The shot reportedly missed and the others around got involved and separated the two. Jericho somehow managed to bite Sin Cara’s finger before Sin Cara was thrown off the bus.
The mystery is how Sin Cara reached Glasgow on Monday night. This is not Sin Cara’s first incident of violence, but his fifth. He has been involved in physical altercations with Sheamus (twice), Drew McIntyre/Galloway, Simon Gotch, and now Jericho.
The Simon Gotch altercation happened on the July 19th episode of SmackDown which featured the draft. One report said that Sin Cara threw a soda can at Gotch’s face while another report said that he threw a punch. It was clear that Gotch had a black eye when he was spotted backstage after the show.
Gotch was the one blamed for the episode because, as per backstage rumours, he “has a mouth that gets people mad at him”, and he also has heat with other wrestlers. Regardless, with five different instances, it is clear that sending Sin Cara to anger management is the right decision. Even Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter suggested that they need to send Sin Cara for the classes.
It is surprising that neither have WWE put out any statement on this incident, nor have they made an example out of Sin Cara by giving him a suspension. Do you feel Sin Cara should be suspended for getting into physical altercations time and again? Voice your comments below.
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