He participated in an opening eight-man tag team match where he teamed up with Kalisto, Lince Dorado and Titus O’Neil to defeat the team of EC3, Eric Young, Tony Nese and WWE Cruiserweight Champion Drew Gulak.
After being involved in a short-lived feud with Andrade, Sin Cara underwent knee surgery back in August 2018. During the checkup, medical personnel found scar tissue in his joint which was surgically removed.
In March of this year he was cleared to return to the ring and he was seen a couple of months later participating in the 51-man battle royal at Super ShowDown in June. That was all we saw from him until last Friday.
Sin Cara’s son also made it to the ring to celebrate with his father after the match at the live event.
The live event was opened with a video tribute for the victims of the August 3 El Paso shooting. Sin Cara and his son welcomed the El Paso first responders to the ring, as another tribute.
You can check out the pictures from the event below: