Sin Cara showed up at AAA’s event the week after he was released from his WWE contract. He didn’t actually compete, but he did get physical with a run-in. He also used the Sin Cara name when he didn’t own it nor did he have permission to use it.

The 90 day non-complete clause still applies to Sin Cara. In fact, he also has to change his name. He might be running into some issues retaining ownership of the name “Cinta de Oro” because someone already owns it as well.

We have heard reports that Sin Cara is telling promoters that he doesn’t have a 90 day non-complete clause. He does, and the Wrestling Observer Newsletter reports that his current plan is to start with AAA once that non-complete clause is over.

He was said to be really happy at getting a big response after his time in WWE. Right now the plan is for him to come back [to AAA] and start wrestling in March, after his 90 days are up, but right now that is only in the talking stage.

We’ll have to see what’s next for Sin Cara. He might be happy with how the fans remembered him in AAA, but he won’t be Sin Cara when he shows up in March. Hopefully, the fans will realize who’s under the mask by the tattoos.

Felix Upton

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