- As you’ve probably read in recent weeks, there has been strong consideration in WWE about not bringing Sin Cara back to television once his 30-day suspension due to a Wellness Policy violation is up.
Daniel reported over the weekend that WWE is bringing “Sin Cara” back prior to the 30-day suspension being over – and the character of Sin Cara might be portrayed by another person other than Luis Ignascio Urive Alvirde (formerly Mistico).
At this time, WWE developmental talent Hunico is the most likely candidate to wrestle as Sin Cara when the character returns to television this week at Tuesday’s SmackDown taping. According to a source in WWE, a few other developmental stars have been considered for the Sin Cara character while Luis Alvirde serves out the remainder of his suspension.
– Several WWE personalities appeared at the Teen Choice Awards last night from Los Angeles, California. WWE Champion John Cena and The Miz presented an award to the show Glee, along with fellow presenter Maggie Q.
WWE diva Maryse was shown in the crowd and appeared on the red carpet earlier in the night.
The Rock was also in the house as Fast Five won an award for best action movie. The Rock was also up for Best Action Star, but lost to Johnny Depp.