Sin Cara On The Cruiserweight Division’s Dislike For Enzo, Jericho Using His Mask On-Camera, More

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– WWE Superstar Sin Cara recently participated in a interview with Sports Illustrated’s “Extra Mustard” section and discussed a wide variety wrestling topics, check out the highlights below:

On the possibly of wrestling full-time with the cruiserweights:

“I wouldn’t mind it. As long as it’s an opportunity, it can be the cruiserweight division, it can be Raw, SmackDown, or anywhere they need me. I’m here to perform and be the best that I can be. If it’s in the cruiserweight division, I’ll be more than happy. Anything can happen. Right now, my goals are to become U.S., Intercontinental, or heavyweight champion. But if I was needed in the cruiserweight division, I would go there and have some great matches with some of those talented kids.”

On why the Cruiserweight Division dislikes Enzo Amore:

“To be honest, I’m not sure, exactly, what is going on. Maybe they’re thinking he hasn’t gone through enough to have the successes he’s having, but who am I to judge? All I can say is about myself. The only thing I can say is I wish him the best. Hopefully, that helps his career and makes him better, not just with his promos, but his in-ring work, too.”

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When Chris Jericho used his mask on-camera:

“Me and Jericho are good friends. He actually asked me if he could borrow one of my masks for that segment, and I said that it would be an honor. There is no heat between him and I. Nowadays, with social media, there are always a lot of rumors, but we are fine. That’s why I let him borrow my mask. If that wasn’t the case, I would have said no.”

His thoughts on being without a mask:

“To be honest, I feel at home when I wear a mask. I feel at peace. Without it, I feel like I’m missing something. It’s crazy to think that way, but it becomes part of you when you’re wearing a mask. The funny thing about it is Eddie Guerrero was the first one ever in professional wrestling to take the mask off voluntarily. He used to wrestle under a mask, and he was successful without wearing a mask. But I love wearing a mask. For Eddie, though, it was important he took it off. I don’t mind not being recognized. I want people to recognize the mask, not me.”

On how many lucha masks he owns:

“Over 300 masks. I keep some of them in my office at home, and I keep the others in zip-lock bags and containers so they don’t fade. I try to protect them as best as I can. I would also love to have lucha masks for Reebok. Right now, the mask is [on display]on the front of the box.”