Fallout of Sin Cara Attacking Daniel Bryan and Turning Heel on Super SmackDown
Has there been a wrestler that has stirred up as much controversy and discussion as Sin Cara in the past few months?
The only other name that comes up is Kevin Nash, but his involvement in the WWE lacks the true backstage drama that the Sin Cara saga has.
As most know, the original Sin Cara, Mistico, failed a drug test, and after returning, was sent home again. In his absence an FCW prospect, Hunico, took his place under the mask of Sin Cara.
Hunico Cara has been under the mask on camera in recent weeks, and most recently, he defeated SmackDown Money in the Bank winner Daniel Bryan, and then attacked him after the match.
It has been confirmed that WWE creative turned Hunico Cara heel due to the WWE making the decision to bring Mistico back into action.
So, what does this mean for SmackDown?
With Daniel Bryan growing more and more frustrated with his series of recent losses, he may be looking to even the score against Sin Cara.
I wouldn't be surprised to see these two in a rematch this week. I also wouldn't be surprised for Mistico to make his return.
The Sin Cara vs. Sin Cara angle, if handled properly, can become one of the hottest angles on SmackDown. By taking two men who will have to do their talking in the ring, rather than the microphone, sparks are set to fly.
Whether or not either of those things happen this week, I do expect that Sin Cara will be booked strongly, to prepare for eventual developments in either the Daniel Bryan angle, or the return of Mistico.
I'm very interested in seeing how the fans react to Sin Cara after his heel turn, he's been such a fan favorite, he may have to further cement himself as a heel if they've not completely turned on him.
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