Saturday, September 28, 2019

Sin Cara Returns To The Ring, Kevin Owens Talks HIAC, Steve Cutler Earns Title Shot

Sin Cara Returns To The Ring, Kevin Owens Talks HIAC, Steve Cutler Earns Title Shot,
- The main event of Friday's NXT live event in Orlando saw Steve Cutler win a Fatal 4 Way Elimination Match to earn a future NXT Tag Team Titles shot for The Forgotten Sons.

The other participants fighting to win a title shot for their tag teams were Fabian Aichner, Rinku Singh and Fandango.

There's no word yet on when The Forgotten Sons will receive their title shot, and if it will be for TV or another weekend live event. Kyle O'Reilly and Bobby Fish are set to defend the NXT Tag Team Titles against The Street Profits on Wednesday's NXT USA Network episode.

- Sin Cara returned to the ring at Friday's WWE RAW live event in El Paso, Texas. He teamed with Titus O'Neil, Kalisto and Lince Dorado to defeat EC3, Eric Young, Tony Nese and WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak in eight-man action, which was the show opener.

Cara, who lives in the area, underwent knee surgery back in mid-August 2018 after a brief feud with Andrade. He was cleared to compete in March of this year and returned to the ring during the 50-Man Battle Royal at WWE Super ShowDown in June, but that was the last we saw of him. He remains a member of the SmackDown roster.

WWE opened the El Paso live event with a video tribute to the victims of the August 3 shooting in the city. Another tribute was held for the victims and first responders during the opener as members of the El Paso Police Department accompanied Sin Cara to the ring, and posed with the Superstars.

As seen below, Sin Cara's son was also at the show with him:

- Below is the latest WWE Network Pick of the Week video, featuring Kevin Owens. Owens, who will face Shane McMahon in a Ladder Match with their jobs on the line during Friday's SmackDown FOX premiere, gives a plug to his win over Shane at the 2017 WWE Hell In a Cell pay-per-view. That match took place inside the Cell with Falls Count Anywhere rules. Owens said he thinks about the match every day.

"It's that time of the year again," Owens said. "Hell In a Cell time, and I for one will never forget my Hell In a Cell match for 2017, against none other than Shane McMahon. The beating I got to give him that night is something I think about daily I'd say, so I highly suggest you check it out right now on the WWE Network."