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Sin Cara Talks Treatment of Latin American Talent in WWE

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The Sin Cara/Hunico recently spoke to Nick Hausman on the Wrestling Inc. Daily podcast. The former WWE Superstar discussed a number of topics on the show, including the treatment of Latin American talent on WWE programming.

‘I never wanted to get into this conversation, but I feel like we need to now,’ the former Sin Cara, now de Oro began. ‘It’s true. With everything that is going on in the world, the Latinos or Mexicanos can never really join forces to do something powerful.”

“It’s always been other people” Cinta continued. “You can see what’s happened nowadays when the Black Lives Matter movement started. It was great to see all them join together and do something positive for everybody, for the community.”

Sin Cara on Latin Talent in WWE

“And when that happened, everybody in WWE was a champion, right?” The former Sin Cara added. “Bobby Lashley, New Day, all those guys. Which is great, they’re good friends of mine and I love them, but what about us? We want a shot. We want an opportunity.’

The former Sin Cara also noted how WWE appears to put Championships on Mexican/Latin talent as a PR ‘stunt.’

‘You realize certain things. Now that Andrade asked for his release, they kept Santos Escobar as champion last week,’ Cinta said. ‘Now they took the championship off him, and they made Raquel [Gonzalez] a champion in NXT. Which is great, you know, I understand.”

“But why do you have to wait until something like that happens to give an opportunity to the Latinos, to the Mexicanos, because something negative came out about your company?” Cinto concluded. !It’s very obvious, and it’s very sad for a lot of the boys that are there right now.”

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