WWE returned to pay per view Sunday night after a two week hiatus with Hell in a Cell 2011. The main-event featured yet another WWE championship title change but it will be the aftermath that will be remembered when all is said and done.
Alberto Del Rio defeated John Cena and CM Punk to regain the WWE championship in the main-event. Del Rio pinned Punk at 24:10 to win the match. The finish was not without the typical WWE controversy. Ricardo Rodriguez attacked the referee at ringside with a pipe and opened the cage. He then went after Cena with the pipe but wound up getting the Attitude Adjustment on the floor. Unfortunately for Cena, he forgot about Del Rio inside the cage.
Del Rio came out and attacked Cena with the pipe. He then returned ..click here to read more
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Wow. I could have SWORN WWE just had a PPV two weeks ago. I think they did. Well, this Sunday, they are having yet another one. WWE wonders why they are having issues with fan interest and such? They should consider cutting back on PPVs for one. Anyway, that is another blog for another day.
This Sunday, WWE is presenting “Hell In A Cell” where both the World and the WWE Titles will be defended in Hell In A Cell” matches. Watching those recaps of previous Hell In A Cell matches on Raw and on Smackdown made me wonder why are they even bothering to have a PPV dedicated to the “Devil’s Playground” at all since they have gone to the very sanitized PG.
Yes, I know around WM27, they let some blood incidents go, and ..click here to read more
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Would he or wouldn’t he, that was the question for at least two weeks in the WWE. Would the WWE release the original Sin Cara or would he come back? Well that question was answered at this week’s SmackDown taping which will air this Friday night.
Be warned that you are about to read a SmackDown spoiler. Obviously by the headline you already know what the story is, but if you wish to be spared details, stop reading now. You have been warned!
The original Sin Cara, Luis Ignascio Urive Alvirde returned to the WWE this week after weeks of debate concerning his future. The former Mistico appeared at the SmackDown taping and appears to have gotten a second and likely last chance at success with the WWE.
According to several reports from ..click here to read more
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The crazy saga of Sin Cara continues with the latest twist possibly being his last. According to numerous reports, the man formerly known as Luis Ignascio Urive Alvirde was sent home this week shortly after returning from suspension. His WWE return is now more in doubt than ever.
Mike Johnson over at PWInsider.com broke the story earlier in the week. . Johnson first reported that the former Mistico was sent home from the SmackDown taping in Calgary before the show. Huncio, who played Sin Cara while the original was on suspension for a Wellness Policy violation is expected to ..click here to read more
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Hey, have you heard this nasty rumor that two guys have played the role of WWE superstar Sin Cara in the past month? Oh no, alert the presses of this imposter! Kill it with fire!
Turns out, the original Sin Cara, more famously known as Mistico and portrayed by Luis Ignascio Urive Alvirde, was suspended by the company for 30 days for a failed PED test and was summarily replaced for two television tapings by Jorge Arias, also known as Hunico in FCW. As of now, Alvirde has worked at least one live show and expects to be back in the fold for further Smackdown tapings, including next week’s “Special Tuesday Live Super Duper Smackdown.”
Strangely enough, both the Internet Wrestling Community (I hate that term) and the WWE reacted to the replacement in ways I found asinine. Once people heard that ..click here to read more
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The Sin Cara debate about whether he will or won’t be back is likely over. According to a new report, the former Mistico will indeed be returning to the WWE after being suspended for a Wellness Policy violation. Timing is everything and the timing was definitely on Cara’s side to give him another chance.
Once again Dave Meltzer confirmed the news on his F4Wonline.com podcast. Meltzer said that a decision has finally been made and Cara will be back. The news only confirms what most expected after Sin Cara was ..click here to read more
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It didn’t take long for WWE superstar Sin Cara to go into full spin control. Less than a week after being suspended by the WWE for getting popped with a positive steroid test, Cara is talking to the Mexican media and is denying everything.
Here we go again. Another WWE superstar popped for steroids or some other WWE Wellness Policy violation that completely denies everything. We have been down this road before with Kurt Angle, Rey Mysterio, ..click here to read more
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