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    Post Update On Sin Cara Character - Original Wrestler Reportedly Loses Role

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    Update On Sin Cara Character - Original Wrestler Reportedly Loses Role


    WWE sources indicate that Luis Ignascio Urive Alvirde, the original Sin Cara, was sent home from Tuesday's SmackDown taping in Calgary, Alberta, Canada after meeting with company officials. He left the Scotiabank Saddledome before the event's conclusion.

    Company sources say developmental talent Jorge Arias (a/k/a Hunico) will exclusively portray the Sin Cara character going forward. WWE wants to maintain the character since its been very popular among kids and in merchandise sales.

    Many employees expect Alvirde to part ways with the organization, but that is not 100% confirmed.

    WWE re-shot a match between Sin Cara and Heath Slater at Tuesday's taping since the initial bout featured numerous botched maneuvers. Aries portrayed Cara in both matches. Alvirde was dressed to compete, but management opted not to use him.

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    thats not the only mistake he made he was involved in drug case too...anyhow bye mr.luis

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    i wouldn't jump to that conclusion that he's going to quit more then likely they give Alvirde a new name and character after he spent some time in FCW
    John Cena: You Can't keep a good man down.

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    Its still a rumor.. until i hear he is future endeavor I wont consider him gone.

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    what a confusion, another new Information

    PWInsider.com has confirmed that it was actually WWE developmental talent Hunico working as Cara in both matches. The original Cara was at the event and dressed to wrestle, but management opted not to use him on TV. It's most interesting he wasn't used, as he was free and clear from his WWE Wellness Suspension.
    At now, it will be interessting waiting for next news about this situation.

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