Humberto Carrillo looks incredibly jacked in new photo



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Humberto Carrillo looks incredibly jacked in new photo

Do you remember Humberto Carrillo? If you watch WWE Main Event you will know that he has not disappeared, as he has been fighting there for several months. But even the latter may be surprised at the appearance he has taken on in the meantime.

In fact, the reality is that for a fair phase of 2020 he had appeared in the eyes of all WWE fans as one of the symbolic faces of the "Latin revival" of Raw, a show in which he fought together and against the various Dominik Mysterio, Andrade and Angel Garza.

The fact remains, however, that for an average fan of the main roster, the Mexican is off the radar of the 2020 Survivor Series (he fought and lost in the Battle Royal which was The Miz to win), while his most recent televised match played on Raw remains the defeat.

suffered together with Dominik Mysterio on 6 October 2020 against Seth Rollins & Murphy. A lot has changed since then and looking at social networks, we understand very well. Humberto Carrillo has in fact used his official Instagram account to show his impressive new physique.

He shared a photo of himself training in the gym and captioned the post by writing, "I'm growing this avatar while I'm here..." . An "avatar", as you can see, very muscular.

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It has been well documented that Humberto Carrillo hasn't been proposed by WWE on Monday Night Raw in months with his last noteworthy match coming at the Survivor Series pre-show, in that fateful dual-brand Battle Royal.

From that moment, as we had already mentioned at the beginning of the article, the Mexican was relegated solely and exclusively to WWE Main Event. His last appearance on this show alone came in late February when he and Akira Tozawa were defeated in a tag team match against Elias and Jaxson Ryker.

Although he wasn't used in a more significant role, however, Carrillo got to work in the gym. Over the past summer, it was reported that there were plans to use the US title to elevate Cedric Alexander, Humberto Carrillo and Ricochet to the top of the roster.

However, those plans were abandoned. Performers of the caliber of Carrillo, Ricochet and Andrade were in fact pushed on TV when Paul Heyman was still in the role of Raw Executive Director, but since he left that position, those Superstars have stopped being pushed at.