The WWE is in need of a new face, and they just might get it with the return of Sin Cara.
According to Superluchas.net, via WrestlingInc.com, Cara should be back in the end of May:
During Monday's episode of WWE Raw, the WWE Spanish announce team revealed that Sin Cara is scheduled to make his WWE ring return for the Smackdown brand's Mexico tour May 24-26.
Sin Cara has been off WWE television since November last year rehabbing a knee injury.
Its possible that Sin Cara's return to television could come before the Mexico tour, but those are his first official advertised dates.
Cara went down with a scary knee injury when he and Kofi Kingston teamed up for a double somersault over the top rope at this past Survivor Series pay-per-view.
He is definitely one of the more interesting wrestlers in the WWE because he has everything the WWE Universe would want to see. He just never really has had the chance to get going. Cara was suspended twice because of violating the WWE wellness policy. After he returned from a suspension, Cara suffered the aforementioned injury.
Hopefully this is the last time for a long time that the WWE has to see one of its budding young stars on a significant hiatus. There are plenty of great feuds Cara could get into, and it's time that they happen.
Don't expect for Cara to be back until after the Over the Limit PPV. When he does come back, however, I fully expect him to hop into a feud with Alberto Del Rio, should Del Rio not be busy with Sheamus or another competitor.
A feud between Del Rio and Cara would definitely be good for business, considering the WWE is going to be on a Mexico tour. This would not only be ideal for business, but it would just be an all around ideal matchup. Both Del Rio and Cara are luchadores who would likely have great chemistry with each other due to similar wrestling backgrounds.
It doesn't really matter who Cara returns to fight with at this point—as long as he is back and healthy, the WWE and their fans will be happy to see this talented high-flier back in action.
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