Sin Cara Reveals New Name
Sin Cara will no longer be using that name going forward, and is expected to sign a deal with AAA.
He announced last night that he will be using the name Cinta de Ora going forward. The name was originally used by one of Sin Cara’s mentors, and he was given the blessing of his children to revive the name. The original Cinta de Ora passed away in 2016.
According to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, Sin Cara has been telling those who have contacted him for booking that he is not under a 90 day compete clause. Sin Cara is also expected to sign a deal with AAA in Mexico, where he did a run in during their Guerra de Titanes event over the weekend.
However, AAA was not authorized to use the Sin Cara name during his appearance at the event, and initial reports suggest he is not able to work any outside promotions until 3/8/2020
WWE released Sin Cara on 12/8 after requesting he be let go from his contract.