Total Control 2.3

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عفوا تم حجب رابط تحميل هذا البرنامج لاسباب تتعلق بالخصوصية
يسمح هذا البرامج لك أن تتحكم من الأماكن الخفيّة في جهازك سهل أن يستخدم الواجهة المستخدمه التّصويريّة(GUI). . أكثر من 250 مكان مفيد في 10 ألواح .حجم البرنامج 2,356 K البرنامج مجاني لفتره تجريبيه و ممكن تحميل البرنامج على الوندوز 95/98/ME



  • مرات التنزيل: 6576
  • متطلبات التشغيل: 2.1 and up
  • الحجم: 193k
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  • الاصدار : 1.1
  • اضيف في: 0000-00-00 00:00:00
  • اخر تحديث: 26/05/2013
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استخدام البرامج التي تم تنزيلها من موقعنا يجب أن يكون وفقاً للقوانين في بلدك.لا نوصي باستخدام برامج تنتهك القوانين في بلدك.،اذا كنت تري ان هذا المحتوي لا يتوافق مع حقوق الملكية الفكرية برجاء ابلاغنا بالضغط هنا
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Feud with Sin Cara Negro (2011–2012)
The Sin Cara character returned on the August 12 edition of SmackDown, defeating Tyson Kidd; however, with Urive still serving his suspension, Sin Cara was for this appearance portrayed by WWE developmental wrestler Jorge Arias, better known by the ring names Incognito and Hunico, while also having gone by the ring name "Mistico" in Mexico. After another week of Arias portraying Sin Cara, Urive returned under the mask on August 20 at a live event in Tacoma, Washington. On August 26 it was reported that Urive had been sent home from the week's SmackDown tapings, with Arias once again appearing on TV under the Sin Cara mask.[69] During Urive's time away from WWE, the Sin Cara character seemingly turned heel by attacking Daniel Bryan.
At the tapings of the September 16 edition of SmackDown, Urive returned as the original Sin Cara, confronting the impostor version of the character. On the September 19 edition of Raw, the original Sin Cara was booked to face Cody Rhodes, but was prior to the start of the match attacked by the impostor character. After a brief brawl, the impostor would flee the ring defeated. On the September 23 edition of SmackDown, the impostor Sin Cara attacked the original version during his match with Daniel Bryan, then took his place in the match and pinned Bryan for the win.[74] The following week the impostor revealed a new black attire to distinguish himself from the original version, while also explaining that he was going to steal the Sin Cara identity from Urive, just as Urive had stolen the Mأ­stico identity from him, leading to a match between the two Sin Caras at Hell in a Cell. To further help the distinguishment between the two characters, WWE began referring to the original as Sin Cara "Azul" (Blue) and the impostor as Sin Cara "Negro" (Black). At the pay-per-view on October 2, Sin Cara Azul defeated Sin Cara Negro in a singles match. After being defeated by WWE Champion Alberto Del Rio on the October 7 edition of SmackDown, Sin Cara Azul was again attacked by Sin Cara Negro. The rivalry culminated in a Mask vs. Mask match at the October 16 taping of SmackDown in Mexico City, where Sin Cara Azul was victorious, unmasking Sin Cara Negro by force after the match. Afterwards, the unmasked Sin Cara Negro changed his ring name to Hunico, aligned himself with Epico and continued his rivalry with Sin Cara, with the two attacking him on the November 4 edition of SmackDown. On November 20 at Survivor Series, Sin Cara and Hunico were on opposite sides in a ten man tag team match, from which Sin Cara was eliminated after he suffered a legitimate injury on a dive out of the ring. It was later announced that he had suffered a patellar tendon rupture, which would require surgery and sideline him for six to nine months.
Sin Cara returned on May 19, 2012, at a WWE live event in Florence, South Carolina, defeating Hunico in the opening match of the event.[82] On the May 25 episode of SmackDown, Sin Cara's return to television was announced as taking place the following week. On the June 1 episode of SmackDown, Sin Cara returned in a new red and white attire, defeating Heath Slater. Three days later, Sin Cara returned to Raw, defeating old rival Hunico in a singles match. Sin Cara returned to pay-per-view on June 17 at No Way Out, once again defeating Hunico in a singles match. On the July 9 episode of Raw, Sin Cara defeated Heath Slater to qualify for the World Heavyweight championship Money in the Bank ladder match. The eight-way match took place six days later at Money in the Bank, where Sin Cara was defeated by Dolph Ziggler.
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