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    Default Promoter Refuses to Pay Original Sin Cara

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    There was a situation in Mexico recently where the original Sin Cara wasn't paid for working two events on May 31st and June 1st. The promoters are facing potential legal action for not paying $11,598 that is owed to Cara and two other wrestlers - Black Warrior and Averno. Apparently the local commission and others weren't paid by the promoters also.

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    I don't see why people even do this. If you're not gonna be able to pay, why hold the event?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DZSharma View Post
    I don't see why people even do this. If you're not gonna be able to pay, why hold the event?
    Wrestling promoters are assholes. It's a story as old as wrestling itself.
    The Prince Is Here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harbinger View Post
    Wrestling promoters are assholes. It's a story as old as wrestling itself.
    I guess they future their shows to sell out, and then in the end, they fail.

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    What happens a lot of the time is guys get paid from the door, rather than guaranteed money. Then the promoter never bothers to advertise the show, nobody shows up and he tells the wrestlers he can't pay them.

    It's why lots of wrestlers have a policy of only working for guaranteed money.
    The Prince Is Here...

 

 

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