Cinta de Oro: The Original Sin Cara Didn’t Like The Trampoline, But I Loved It
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The Sin Cara entrance’s use of a trampoline was a highly debated topic among fans.
“Well, that was the company’s idea. Obviously, when the first Sin Cara did it, they used that. So when they I took over the character, they asked me if I wanted to continue doing the trampoline because the other guy didn’t like it.
He didn’t like it. There was a trip because he couldn’t go over the rope. I did. I enjoyed it. For me, it was fun. But what I did, I would always train before the shows. And we always tell the guys from the crew, “Hey, could you put the trampoline so I can do a couple of jumps, a couple practice jumps?” I would always make sure that they had it in the right place, and they had it at the right angle.
A lot of people were like, “Oh, you use a trampoline!” I was like, “You should try it. You should try it and see if you can you can do it. Then you can talk and you can judge me after that.” Because a lot of people are like, “He needs a trampoline to go over.” But it’s not easy, because if you don’t hit the middle part of the trampoline, you go to the side or you go this way or if you hit the ropes… So it has to be perfect every time and I would always practice it because I enjoyed the entrance. It was something right off the bat, people would see you jump over and the kids would be like, “Wow,” you know, excitement. And that’s what I like about doing the trampoline.”
In 2011, Oro feuded with an imposter version of his Sin Cara moniker and was unmasked after losing to the imposter at the WWE Hell In A Cell pay-per-view in 2011 and became ‘Hunico‘ before returning to the Sin Cara character in 2013.