Wrestling Revealed

Myzteziz

Caristico real identity

Over the past couple of years, Luis Urive has gone through so many name changes that he might need a reminder in the locker room before he steps out into the arena. After portraying Sin Cara in WWE, he returned to AAA and was known as Myzteziz. Some controversy arose and he was forced to change his moniker once again. Urive is now going by the name of Caristico, which is a play on his original Mistico name.
January 11, 2016
Los Matadores

El Torito replacing Sin Cara

Since Sin Cara is out with a shoulder injury, WWE needed someone for Kalisto to team with during the live events. Management opted to go with El Torito in that role. The two of them worked matches against Los Matadores. The belief is that World Wrestling Entertainment basically went with the choice that would give the children in the audience something to pop for. This tandem is unlikely to be permanent.
January 10, 2016
Sin Cara

Kalisto being pushed

There is a silver lining to the shoulder injury suffered by Sin Cara. It has allowed WWE to give a small push to Kalisto. On Smackdown, the masked performer was given an upset victory over Alberto Del Rio. The move was done so that a title match can be set up between the two of them. In 2015, World Wrestling Entertainment gave him a little push when they had him in the tournament to crown a new world champion.
January 8, 2016
Sin Cara

Monday Night Raw December 28

A post on Twitter where WWE features the top ten moments from the episode of Monday Night Raw that aired on December 28, 2015, including the massive Big E Langston selling a move from the top rope by Sin Cara.
December 29, 2015
Sin Cara

Sin Cara injures shoulder

While working a match on Monday Night Raw, Sin Cara injured his shoulder while doing a spot outside the ring. Rather than abruptly ending the match, the masked performer decided to have it popped back into place. To his credit, he was able to finish the rest of the match. Cara received quite a bit of praise from those backstage in WWE for refusing to let a little injury derail him.
December 29, 2015
Myzteziz

Myzteziz not under contract

The man formerly known as Myzteziz and Sin Cara in WWE has spoken out about his abrupt departure from AAA. He stated that he was never under contract with the company, despite constantly asking them to make the deal official. The masked performer was also shocked that they did not want him to fulfill his remaining dates. The promotion was said to be furious that he showed up in CMLL while working for them.
October 23, 2015
Alberto Del Rio

Myzteziz leaves AAA

Things got pretty ugly between AAA and Myzteziz, who was the original Sin Cara in WWE. Apparently, the masked performer had some backstage heat with Alberto Del Rio, who reportedly threatened a physical assault. The man legally known as Luis Ignacio Urive Alvirde showed up unannounced in CMLL and said that he wanted to return to that promotion. When his current employer found out, a release was immediately given.
October 14, 2015
Curtis Axel

WWE stars at Red Sea

A post on Instagram where Chris Jericho reveals that he and several WWE stars are hanging out in the waters of the Red Sea. The company has been doing a quick tour of the Middle East this week. Included in the fun are Curtis Axel, Damien Sandow and Fandango. Sin Cara and Kalisto are in full masks.
October 10, 2015
Big E Langston

New Day being pushed

In a sign that fans can actually help to dictate the product, rumors are floating around that WWE changed up their plans for the tag team division because of the chants that New Day were getting. Management originally was going to give the Lucha Dragons a shot at the belt at Extreme Rules. However, the switch was made to Kofi Kingston and Big E Langston, who are likely to win. Kalisto and Sin Cara would then challenge Kingston and Langston.
April 25, 2015
Kofi Kingston

New Day gets title shot

As some of you already know, plans change pretty often backstage in WWE. Originally, Kalisto and Sin Cara were supposed to challenge Tyson Kidd and Antonio Cesaro for the tag team championship at Extreme Rules. However, management opted to change things up by giving the match to Xavier Woods, Kofi Kingston and Big E Langston instead, even though the Lucha Dragons received really nice ovations from the live events during the Europe tour.
April 21, 2015