Wrestling publication Super Luchas is reporting via their website that the newest Mr. Money in the Bank Dolph Ziggler is alledgely upset with the Mexican superstar, Sin Cara, after their July 15 match at the Money in the Bank pay-per-view.
The online article claims that a source close to the WWE contacted Super Luchas to inform them that Dolph Ziggler had made some comments backstage about Sin Cara, stating, "[Sin Cara] wrestled stiffly, and failed to project against a controversial move."
Ziggler's indignation should come as a surprise to no one. The botch nearly injured Ziggler and brought Sin Cara online notoriety becoming one of the top trends on Twitter—"Botch Cara."
According to Super Luchas' source, Ziggler plans on submitting a complaint to the WWE offices so that they may evaluate the case for further review, perhaps ultimately punishing Sin Cara.
In Sin Cara's defense the Luchas' article states:
It is known that the Mexican style Sin Cara uses is very demanding and not just any opponent (especially one from the WWE), can achieve the success and respond appropriately to each of these movements.
Ziggler is not the first person to complain about Sin Cara's dangerous wrestling style, but he is the first high-profile figure to almost be injured by him. Could this mean that Sin Cara is soon to return to his native Mexico?