Sin Cara

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Hunico - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE - Debut and Injury (2011–present)
12 episode of SmackDown, Arias made his WWE television debut, when he took over the role of Sin Cara from Luis Urive, the former CMLL Místico, who was serving a 30 day ... Arias reprised his role of Sin Cara the following week, taking part in a battle royal to determine the number one contender to the World Heavyweight ... On August 20, Urive took back the role of Sin Cara for a live event, however, at the following tapings of SmackDown, Arias once again appeared under the mask ...
Cody Rhodes - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE - Intercontinental Champion (2011–2012)
20 episode of SmackDown, and the duo went on to feud with Sin Cara and Daniel Bryan ... Cody Rhodes restarted a feud with Sin Cara where he was obsessed with unmasking Sin Cara, whom he claimed was ugly ... However, Sin Cara got the better of Rhodes twice in singles and tag team matches ...
Místico - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE - Debut (2011)
... in Mexico City to introduce Urive under his new name, Sin Cara, which translates to "Faceless" ... On March 25, 2011, Sin Cara made his WWE debut at Raw's live event at Assembly Hall in Champaign, Illinois, defeating Primo in a singles match ... On March 28, WWE announced that Sin Cara would be making his televised debut on the April 4 edition of Raw ...
Editions - 2011 Slammy Awards
... Who's Back or Return of the Year WWE.com The Rock Double Vision Moment of the Year WWE.com Sin Cara vs ... Sin Cara T-Shirt of the Year WWE.com CM Punk for "Best in the World" T-shirt WWE.com Exclusive of the Year WWE.com John Laurinaitis congratulates CM Punk Most Regrettable Attire of ...
Hunico - In Wrestling
... FCW) As Incognito Incognito Especial (Leglock) Quebradora (Inverted Boston crab) As Sin Cara (Negro) Senton bomb Springboard senton bomb followed by ...

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