Sin Cara got in a couple backstage altercations during his time in WWE. Simon Gotch and Chris Jericho are two names who he battled with backstage. It apparently got to the point where WWE sent him to get some help.

Now known as Cinta De Oro, the former WWE Superstar spoke to Inside the Ropes recently where he revealed that WWE sent him to anger management classes. He did not deny this and he also admitted to those backstage altercations.

“Well, yeah, I got sent to anger management classes, that’s true. That’s very true. Yeah, I got sent to anger management classes. That’s true. And well, I had to do it because I had a couple of altercations throughout my career in the company.

“But, you know, the thing about about us is that, you know, as wrestlers, as performers, we may have a disagreement one day and we can take it out on ourselves and then the next day we’ll be fine. No grudge. Nothing. It was just that spur of the moment. And that’s it.

“I did have a couple scuffles with some of them. But to this day, like me and Sheamus are really good friends, me and Jericho have no problem. Simon Gotch, I wish him the best. We’re not friends, but I wish him the best. I don’t wish him nothing bad. But it was one of those things that sometimes happens. We’re men, we’re in a sport where, you know, you want to be number one, you want to be the best. I understand and I get it. But that is true. I got into anger management classes. And I don’t have an anger problem but I guess it was because I have gone through a few of those things and they just wanted to, in a sense, to see if I if I needed help. I guess. I don’t know.”

Anger management classes might have been used as a bit for Kane and Daniel Bryan, but the company really used that tactic in this instance. The former Sin Cara claims that he doesn’t have an anger problem, but WWE still wanted to make sure that he got some special attention after a couple backstage outbursts.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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