Why does Ring of Honor run shows in the same city at the same time as Wrestlemania? Is this something WWE allows? Wrestlemania weekend brings tens of thousands of wrestling fans in from around the world – just take a look at the economic impact that has politicians lobbying for their city to get WWE’s […]
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While ordinarily I wouldn’t even consider this worth noting, it’s slow enough to mention that a new Sin Cara t-shirt has people talking. I’ll let you be the judge of what is possibly pictured on the graphic below: 9:45 PM EST Update: The shirt has been removed from the WWEShop.com website.
Sin Cara actually tore his ACL running the ropes and not on the suicide dive outside of the ring Sunday night at WWE Survivor Series. Superluchas.net has full coverage in Spanish with photos at this link. Cara is expected to be out 6-9 months.
Following initial reports of Sin Cara‘s injury at Survivor Series, it has been confirmed that he will be sidelined for over 6 months. The official WWE Insider Twitter account posted the following update: Injury Update: Sin Cara suffered a ruptured patellar tendon, and will be out for 6-9 months, following surgery.
It was announced that Sin Cara suffered a ruptured patellar tendon in tonight’s Traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Tag Team Match after diving outside of the ring, causing his elimination. I can’t confirm the diagnosis of the injury was legitimate but the spill was nasty.
Video of Sin Cara (blue; Mistico) unmasking Sin Cara (black; Hunico) has surfaced online. The match, which was taped Sunday night in Mexico City, will air Friday on this week’s Smackdown. You can view the footage embedded below: Thanks to Wrestling News World reader Azlan Munir for sending the link. *Spoilers* Smackdown Taping Results From […]
- As was obvious on last night’s WWE Raw, The Miz did not suffer a serious knee injury at WWE Money in the Bank, however, he was fortunate that Alex Riley didn’t seriously injure him in their bout last night. Riley dropped Miz on his knee, causing The Miz to land hard on the back […]