We have more on Sin Cara’s current standing with WWE following him getting formally suspended by the company after the Money in the Bank pay-per-view last weekend. As noted in our story earlier, Cara failed the WWE Wellness Policy last month and continued to be written in the storylines before he was “injured” at the PPV last weekend and effectively written out of the storylines. However, a WrestleHeat.com source I spoke to this weekend exclusively tells me that WWE had a reason for keeping him in the storylines — that is because Sin Cara told WWE officials after he was told that he failed the Wellness Policy for a performance-enhancing supplement that he had a prescription medication and that was the reason he tested positive.
WWE gave him a few weeks to show them proof of the medication and Cara continued to stall, my source tells me, and ultimately never showed the company the prescription that he allegedly had. WWE decided to continue to have him in the build-up to the Money in the Bank PPV ladder match but decided to write him out at the PPV, nearly a month after he failed the Wellness Policy.
A source went on to tell me that Sin Cara has a lot of heat on him now, not only because he failed the Wellness Policy but because he allegedly lied to WWE management about the prescription medication that he may or not have. The source goes on to tell me that if he wasn’t one of the “pet projects” that Triple H took under his wing under his new promotion, Cara would have been fired from the company, but because of how close he is to Hunter, he may have a second chance after the heat around him cools down backstage. As of this post, there still is no word of his future within the company. As noted previously, WWE management told the creative team not to “put any thought into any scenarios for him going forward”.