The Former Sin Cara Shows Off New Mask On Twitter, Hinting At Next Chapter Of His Career

On December 8th, 2019, Sin Cara was granted his release from WWE. Now, he is taking to the very Twitter that he publicly announced his request for release from WWE to give a glimpse into his future.

Upon returning to WWE  following a knee injury and being drafted to Monday Night Raw in the 2019 WWE draft, Sin Cara briefly restarted a feud with Andrade and was aligned with young NXT star Carolina as a way to attempt to neutralize Zelina Vega.

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The pairing would lose to Vega and Andrade on the November 4th episode of Raw and just one week later on November 11th, Sin Cara revealed that he wanted his release from WWE.  Sin Cara, real name Jorge Arias, would cite a feeling of unappreciation as to why he was asking for his release.

"I’ve been loyal, respectful, a team player, a supporter and I’ve waited patiently for an opportunity to show the world all that I can do. Unfortunately, after all these years, that opportunity never came and I feel like that will never come so long as I stay in the spot that I am," he would say.

Now, he has taken to his Twitter account, which is still associated with WWE and has the promotions name in the handle, to reveal a mask similar to the mask worn as Incognito in his pre-WWE days and what looks to be the start of new beginnings. When translated, the tweet reads, "Life gives you surprises. Surprises give you life, oh God!"

It has also been reported that MMA promotion, Combate Americas has interest in him.  He was at last weekend's event pitting Tito Ortiz against Alberto El Patron. Sin Cara posted this picture on Twitter with Alberto.

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