On Monday’s RAW, we once again saw two Sin Cara’s doing battle. To recap – the man formerly known as Mistico in Mexico was the original Sin Cara .. He got suspended for 30 days due to a violation of WWE’s Wellness violation, and WWE brought in developmental wrestler Hunico to play Sin Cara while Mistico was out of action. Once Mistico’s suspension came up, WWE brought him back and now we have two Sin Caras.
For those who are trying to tell the two apart, Mistico was the first Sin Cara out on Monday. You can tell the two apart because the original Sin Cara (Mistico) has the blonde hair sticking out from under his mask while Hunico has a scar on his stomach.
WWE is advertising a Sin Cara vs. Sin Cara match at the Mexico City Smackdown TV taping on October 16 – and it appears we will be seeing two Sin Caras on WWE television for quite a while. One of the reasons WWE is doing a Cara vs. Cara feud is because the company’s top masked star, Rey Mysterio, is out with an injury and the company wants more than one masked wrestler on the roster heading into the upcoming Mexican tour.
Additionally, we reported a few months ago that WWE wants to break the Guiness World Record for the “most masks in one place” – and hope to break the record at WrestleMania 28. Whether it’s Rey Mysterio vs. Sin Cara or Sin Cara vs. Sin Cara, WWE management has a vision of the WrestleMania audience all wearing masks during the Sin Cara match at next year’s big show.