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The WWE has so much faith in Sin Cara, that they now have two of him.
In the next few years, this guy will be just as big as Rey Mysterio, if not bigger. I guarantee it.
There's just no way that the WWE will allow Sin Cara to fail, and that's why they brought another guy in for the roll after the first got suspended. Both of them are now going at it to decide who the true Sin Cara is.
Sin Cara is heir to Mysterio's throne as the most recognized Mexican wrestler in the world, and the WWE will keep shoving him down our throats until we get that. He's already a revenue machine, even though he really hasn't done much but flip around the ring and botch moves.
Still, Sin Cara is the future representative of the lucha libre culture in the WWE, and that's a pretty big deal when you look at how big the WWE is in Mexico.
Not convinced? Check this out.
Yup, that's Sin Cara on the Mexican WWE '12 cover. A man who's barely even scratched the surface of his potential is already on the cover of a video game. The WWE could have easily gone with Rey Mysterio, even though he's injured.
Even Randy Orton would have been fine since he's on the American version. But instead the guys over at THQ went with Sin Cara.
Yeah, I'd say his time to shine is definitely right around the corner. Wait until Mysterio and Cara actually do face off. It will easily be one of the biggest spectacles ever presented in a WWE ring.
In only a short time, Sin Cara has become an incredibly popular wrestler not just in Mexico, but throughout the world.
By this time next year, no matter what mask he's wearing, Sin Cara will be one of the biggest stars in the company, if he isn't one already.