They were sitting at catering and as soon as he made the comment Sin Cara threw a can of coke and hit him in the face. Sin Cara then charged across the room and they bear-hugged for a moment before getting separated by the other Superstars. They cleared the air later on, and both men accepted fines for the incident. He made it clear to Triple H that he didn’t want them to punish Sin Cara for his role in the altercation.
He doesn’t believe that this altercation had any impact on his role in the company because at this point, The Vaudevillains had already seen their push halted. Regardless, he wasn’t surprised when he received a call from Mark Carano informing him of his release last week, and both parties parted ways amicably.
He hopes to further development his character on the indie scene and he really wants the opportunity to wrestle in Japan, which was always a goal of his.
That sums up today’s episode of Vince Russo’s The Brand. You can listen to the show yourself anytime here, and I’ll catch ya tomorrow for another recap!