Another WWE competitor is upset about being absent from the poster for an upcoming international tour.
Sin Cara sent out a critical tweet that included the image for the WWE's poster for its imminent tour of Mexico:
Sin Cara's tweet translates to English as, "When I could not even be on the show poster in my country ...."
Sin Cara already has been on the radar of WWE management a couple of times after getting in fights with fellow members of the roster -- first with Simon Gotch, then getting into a fracas with Chris Jericho during the company's lengthy tour of Europe earlier this month.
Previously, Cesaro tweeted his displeasure with the poster promoting the WWE's upcoming show in Switzerland, which is scheduled for May 10, 2017 in Zurich. The graphics did not include Cesaro, the only Swiss native on the roster. Daniel Bryan tweeted a response, trying to coax Cesaro to jump ship to Smackdown.
Cesaro's tweet led to a response from Kenny Omega on Twitter, teasing that Omega would welcome Cesaro into the Bullet Club, which is one of the major factions currently in New Japan Pro Wrestling:
Several Bullet Club alumni currently are in WWE, including Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Finn Balor and the current WWE World Heavyweight Champion, AJ Styles.