In a recent interview with WrestleZone, Cinta de Oro (the second Sin Cara) opened up on several topics, and revealed that he is not currently wrestling as he wants to be cautious of the COVID-19 pandemic, noting that he has received inquires, but as of right now is focusing on himself.

“It’s one of those things that’s very uncertain right now, but I’ve been getting calls from promoters that want to work with me, but right now, like for them, it’s very uncertain, so obviously, since I don’t know when shows are going to happen, I’m going to have to be on standby in a sense, but I’m doing other projects, that’s the main thing.

I’m keeping myself busy doing other projects and doing other things and travelling a little bit, keeping myself in that mindset of when everything gets back into the swing of things, I’ll be able to do what I love and that’s wrestle, but for me, right now, the main focus is keeping myself healthy, keeping my mind healthy, my soul healthy and just being ready for when the time comes of me working in wrestling and right now, the only people that are wrestling are the people who are on television you know, there’s no live events right now for anybody, and I think once everything stars going, people are going to start going to events because they want to go out, they actually want to be there now.

They’ve been home for so long and they’re actually going to be able to come to the arenas and the gyms, or places where we get to wrestle, so I’m just excited for the future, and hopefully everything gets back into the swing of things, not just for me, but for everybody.”

The interview is available in full at this link.