- Sin Cara has noted to friends how much help Triple H has been with him and has talked about the frustration he’s feeling with having to learn a new style of wrestling, all while the spotlight is on him. Cara is said to be fully aware of his situation of being in the right place at the right time and Triple H’s first guy brought in as an international star.
As noted before, there was heat after officials were disappointed with Cara and Chavo Guerrero’s match at Over the Limit. Regarding that match, Guerrero took all the heat from officials for the match not being good.
On a related note, when Cara signed with WWE, he went to CMLL owner Paco Alonso and to thank him for giving him his break, Cara said he would request from WWE a few dates per year to work for CMLL out of loyalty. Paco told Cara that you’re either with him or against him, and had no interest in Cara working dates for CMLL while he’s signed with WWE. As noted earlier this week, CMLL trademarked the name Sin Cara for use in Mexico since WWE forgot to.
Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
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