It was reported earlier this week that Sin Cara and Chris Jericho were involved in a backstage altercation after a Raw live event in the UK.
It seems that whilst Sin Cara got the better of the argument and actually punched Jericho, he was then thrown off the tour bus and WWE then forced the former NXT Tag Team Champion to attend anger management classes.
It seemed that the classes could have been the only punishment that the former Lucha Dragons member would face, but reports today suggest that Cara has also been exiled to SmackDown's leg of the European Tour.
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There are various reports circulating at the moment that state that WWE wanted to punish Sin Cara further and even spoke about releasing the popular superstar.
According to WrestleZone, the company then decided that pulling him off the tour could be the answer, but after Roman Reigns was taken off the tour because of family commitments, WWE decided that a switch could be the answer.
WWE's logic was that a change of roster was much better than leaving him off the tour completely and allows him to still put in some time in the ring.
CRUISERWEIGHTS TO SMACKDOWN?
Sin Cara has gotten into many backstage fights in the past and seemingly manages to win them all, this is why WWE has looked into sending him to anger management classes because it's obvious he has an anger issue.
Even though this is just a punishment for causing WWE to be in the headlines for all the wrong reasons whilst they are over in the UK, it could end up being Sin Cara's new home, since the Cruiserweight Division could make the switch over to SmackDown next weekend.
If Kalisto manages to defeat Brian Kendrick then the entire Cruiserweight Division will become the exclusive property of the Blue Brand and SmackDown will then become Sin Cara's permanent home.
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