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WWE Money in the Bank 2012: Is It Time for Sin Cara to Finally Shine?

Luis CamposAnalyst IJuly 15, 2012

As the last entrant in the SmackDown Money in the Bank ladder match, few expected the Mexican superstar Sin Cara to the ranks of Christian, Cody Rhodes and Dolph Ziggler, but could this finally be Sin Cara's opportunity to have a dominant appearance at a multi-man pay-per-view match? 

Sin Cara last participated in a Money in the Bank ladder match last year, where he was inflicted with a storyline injury after being suspended for 30 days for his first violation of the WWE's Wellness program.

This would be the start of Sin Cara's multi-man pay-per-view curse—one that followed him to Survivor Series, where the masked wrestler would suffer a patellar tendon rupture. Sin Cara's injury would leave the Mexican sensation on the sidelines until July when he would make his return to WWE TV. 

Flash forward to this Sunday, where Sin Cara is once again presented with the opportunity to be part of a multi-man match. Could this Sunday's SmackDown Money in the Bank ladder match be the match that breaks Sin Cara's curse? 

As a high-flyer, one would expect a ladder match to be the perfect venue for Sin Cara to showoff his moves, as other high-flyers like Evan Bourne and Kofi Kingston have done in the past. 

Although no one is expecting the luchador to win the match, this could finally be Sin Cara's chance to display some of the aerial maneuvers that brought him fame in Mexico. 

Who knows, maybe Sin Cara will finally walk away from a multi-man pay-per-view match without negative consequences.


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