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Look, I'm not calling Sin Cara a bad wrestler. Not by any stretch of the imagination.
After all, you don't get named the Wrestling Observer Newsletter's "Best Box Office Draw of the Decade" without being one heck of a wrestler, someone with the ability to pack stadiums.
However, the WWE and Sin Cara has been a mix that simply hasn't worked.
There are very big differences between the style of wrestling in Mexico (work the right side) and the "WWE style" (work the left side), and Sin Cara has had all sorts of troubles adjusting to the latter.
It's hard to criticize the guy for having a problem doing do so because he spent 13 years learning to wrestle one way, moved to the US and then was expected to learn to wrestle a completely different way.
But that still doesn't change the fact that Sin Cara, who was one of the WWE's biggest signings ever, has largely flopped in the company so far.
While that may change, it's going to take a while for Sin Cara to drop his old habits and begin to fit in his new company, if it ever happens.
Drake Oz is a WWE Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. You can follow him on Twitter and ask him any wrestling-related questions on Formspring.