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    Posted: 07/June/2018 at 22:49
Quote Pwinsider.com is reporting that there has been talk of WWE adding Sin Cara vs. Andrade “Cien” Almas to the WWE Money In the Bank pay-per-view because the match received rave reviews from fans on the recent WWE tour of Europe.

The Money in the Bank pay-per-view event takes place on Sunday, June 17, 2018 in Chicago, Illinois at the Allstate Arena and will air on the WWE Network and some traditional pay-per-view outlets. Both Raw and SmackDown brands will be featured.

I wouldn't be against this as a entertaining filler match to give Almas his main roster PPV debut.
 
I've been entertained by both of them in the few skits they have been involved in. Yes even Sin Cara has drawn some rare interest from me.
 
Maybe in their Smackdown match this week have Sin Cara lose it by DQ, Vega demands a rematch for her client and them Almas goes 2 and 0 to end the short fued at MITB.
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Almas was always expected to have a Rusev style long term heel build, potentially culminating in a US title run. This is the beginning. We'll see plenty of your R-Truths and your Tye Dillingers when it comes to being in a ring with Almas.

It's a great opportunity for Sin Cara though. Put on a good match and suddenly Sin Cara vs Jeff Hardy becomes a match WWE might consider.
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This IS a good match. This is the kind of cruiserweight match/feud WWE should be shooting for. I liked what I saw on Smackdown this last week, and I hope it delivers at MitB too.
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Originally posted by Rico Len Rico Len wrote:

This IS a good match. This is the kind of cruiserweight match/feud WWE should be shooting for. I liked what I saw on Smackdown this last week, and I hope it delivers at MitB too.

Almas wrestled as La Sombra for a long time so he is used to the luchador style. This is a smart move by WWE in the fact that Almas can show off his in ring variety. 

As Tom stated, this is also a good opportunity for Sin Cara to move himself back into the minds of the WWE hierarchy.

I'd expect Almas to win and then again maybe hell get into the MITB pre show and win again there.

I have no problem with the slow heel build, however i feel it may be accelerated somewhat with Vega as a mouthpiece because she is brilliant at what she does. 
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