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The Original Sin Cara Says He Owns the Character, Talks About His Future, WWE and More

– The original Sin Cara recently appeared on Tercera Caida in Mexico. He was asked why WWE has a new Sin Cara wrestled and said he wasn’t sure why but he was still under contract to WWE when they started using Hunico under the mask. Cara says he owns the Sin Cara character and said his lawyers may be looking into it.

Cara said he doesn’t have anything against Hunico, Alberto Del Rio or anyone in WWE. He also said that WWE told him he couldn’t wrestle the way he did in Mexico and admitted psychologically that had an effect his work since he was limited to what he could do in the ring. He never understood why they brought him from Mexico knowing the style of wrestling he did but then told him he couldn’t do it there.

Cara says this led to him not working as hard and gaining weight but he’s now focused and looking forward to wrestling in Mexico.

  • Keith Learmonth

    But did they? Sure, the website attempted to sue them, but as far as I know, the case went nowhere.

  • Matthew Farrell

    Then why did WWE get sued over the Fandango name?

  • Keith Learmonth

    The only part of the character he’d be even remotely able to claim he “owns”, is the design of the mask itself, and even then, that’s doubtful. WWE has been very careful of making sure they own the rights to all their characters, even more-so in recent years,

  • CC

    He owns the character? Doubtful.
    When he came to WWE, they created the Sin Cara character because they wanted to own the rights. If they had wanted him to wrestle under a name he owned, they would have let him use the Mistico name he had always used.

  • JohnCena33

    Stay away stay away, get away get away.