Sin Cara Video & Photo from WWE Smackdown Taping: Can You Spot the Difference?

David Bixenspan@davidbixFeatured ColumnistAugust 11, 2011

Thanks to my friend The Cubs Fan at LuchaBlog.com for linking these.  Here we have a fan-shot video of Sin Cara's entrance from Tuesday's Smackdown taping as well as a photo of the masked man.

As you can see, that's not the usual Sin Cara under the mask.  It's Hunico, the luchador who has been in WWE developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling for over a year-and-a-half. 

There are more details in the article I wrote earlier about what went down, but there's no proof like seeing it with your own eyes.

It doesn't seem like any fans (most notably children, his key fan base) noticed the difference, at least if they hadn't read about the situation online. 

Maybe they even thought that he'd look different coming off a failed drug te...err "injury at Money In The Bank in Chicago."

How this is handled on the actual Friday Night Smackdown broadcast tomorrow night should be interesting. 

Will the announcers say anything about Sin Cara looking different or moving differently to hint at the potential real Sin Cara AKA sort of fake Mistico vs fake Sin Cara AKA sort of real Mystico feud? 

Will they pretend nothing has changed in case they decide to just keep Hunico in the Sin Cara gimmick and Triple H's first big signing gets canned?

I guess that we'll all have to tune in to find out.  Tomorrow night's show will be one of the most interesting episodes of Smackdown in a while.

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