Upon his arrival in WWE in early 2011, Sin Cara was seen as the potential replacement for Rey Mysterio. However, whether it be his imperfections in the ring, lack of mic skills or numerous injuries, Sin Cara hasn't been able to live up to most fans' lofty expectations.
Last fall, there were talks of having Rey Mystero and Sin Cara feud going into WrestleMania 29, which would have been perfect given the fact they were already appearing alongside each other in the tag team division.
Similar to the year prior, their respective injuries halted those plans, delaying the dream match yet again. At this point, there is a very small chance that the two will ever clash with Mysterio nearing the end of his career, but fans still hold out hope, regardless.
If Mysterio was healthy enough to return by SummerSlam, I would love to see him reunite with Sin Cara to rival Zeb Colter's newest client, Antonio Cesaro, and Jack Swagger at the biggest blockbuster of the summer. Cara doesn't have the mic skills to be a midcard champion any time soon, but that doesn't mean he should be released from the company.
Regardless, I look forward to how Sin Cara will be used going forward and if his anticipated in-ring encounter with Rey Mysterio ultimately comes to fruition. He's an extremely talented individual and has a lot to offer, but it is up to WWE to utilize him correctly.
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