WWE News: Sin Cara unhappy about not being on the poster for WWE's Mexico tour
After Cesaro, it's Sin Cara who has been left out of promotions for the WWE's tour of his home country.
In the second incident of its’ kind this week, it appears that WWE have left Sin Cara out of the promotional poster of their Mexico tour. The WWE is going to be in Mexico City on 3rd December and Monterrey on the 4th. Sin Cara is scheduled to appear on both of those shows, but the promotional poster doesn’t feature him.
He took to Twitter to express his discontent in Spanish:
The Tweet roughly translates to: “When I can’t be on the poster for the show in my country.”
He also retweeted a Tweet by a fan, which was also in Spanish:
This Tweet translates to: “Hope the WWE starts to put more value in the work that you put in every day. Mexico is with you, brother”
Cesaro, on being left out of WWE’s promotional poster for their Switzerland tapings had expressed his displeasure in a similar manner. Cesaro’s incident appeared to be an honest mistake on the designers’ part rather than being deliberately done to keep him out. Sin Cara’s exclusion, however, seems very much intentional.
Sin Cara is a part of WWE’s growing legion of Mexican stars, but it seems like he is still being punished for getting into the backstage altercation with Chris Jericho. The altercation was reportedly Sin Cara’s second backstage fight in the WWE and it appears that he has been on the receiving end of a lot of disciplinary action from the WWE since.
Sin Cara was previously ordered by the WWE to attend anger management classes due to the number and frequency of backstage altercations that he has been involved in. It was also reported that Sin Cara was banned from dressing up in the locker room and travelling with other Raw superstars.
The man behind the mask, Jorge Arias, was also previously known as Hunico. He is the second Superstar in the WWE to be playing the Sin Cara character. ‘Sin Cara’ was originally portrayed in the by Luis Urive, also known as Mistico/Caristico, who was eventually released by the WWE.
Sin Cara is currently a part of the Cruiserweight Division on the Raw brand and is one of the better-known names in the division. The punishment he has been receiving for his backstage actions seems to have also extended to his booking, as he hasn’t been featuring prominently off late.
Chris Jericho and Sin Cara seem to have made peace with each other, with Jericho having recently featured on an episode of Raw wearing his mask. Let’s hope WWE could follow along the same lines so that Sin Cara isn’t forced to deal with the disciplinary sanctions anymore.
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