Mexican National Minis Championship

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Current Champion

Mascarita Sagrada 2000, 15th Champion

Mascarita Sagrada 2000 is the current champion. Sagrada won the championship on November 5, 2004 in Veracruz while a member of AAA. In fall of 2007, Sagrada jumped to CMLL while still champion. He's now wrestling as Mascarita Dorada, and this championship has not made an official appearance yet. Sagrada/Dorada clearly still should be champion - one of the key reasons for his promotion switch was AAA booking a match where he'd lose it to Mini Histeria.

History of Championship

This title was created specifically for AAA. Espectrito I and Mascarita Sagrada (Original) had been feuding in CMLL over the CMLL World Mini Estrella Championship while in that promotion. Sagrada vacated that title as part of the massive jump to AAA, but the feud resumed with the new belt.

This championships has occasionally been mentioned by commentators during Mascarita Dorada's matches, but the belt has rarely (or maybe never) been shown in CMLL. When CMLL decided to put a secondary minis championship in play, they opted to use the Mexican National Lightweight Championship instead of more logically using this one.

It's was assumed that Sagrada/Dorada had physical possession of the belt, but a source says AAA may actually still have the actual belt, and that's why Sagrada/Dorada hasn't defended it since leaving AAA. Regardless, the championship itself remains in limbo and looks to remain there for a long time. Dorada is unlikely to return to AAA any time soon, AAA is unlikely to give him the belt if they have it, and there's no third party strong or interested enough to force a conclusion.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
decision match to determine initial champion
1 Espectrito I Mascarita Sagrada (Original) 1993.01.08 Queretaro
1[1] Mascarita Sagrada (Original) 1993.01.23 Ciudad Juarez
2 Mascarita Sagrada (Original) Espectrito I 1993.04.16 Gimnasio Juan De La Barera
3 Jerrito Estrada Mascarita Sagrada (Original) 1994.02.04 Cuernavaca
4 Octagoncito Jerrito Estrada 1994.03.26 Merida
5 Fuercita Guerrera Octagoncito 1994.07.16 Mexico City
6 Super Munequito Fuercita Guerrera 1994.08.23 Zacatecas
following match was a unification match for the IWC Minis Title
1 Espectrito I 1995.07.08 Tuxpan
7 Espectrito I [2] Super Munequito 1996.07.26 Actopan, Hidalgo
1 Mascarita Sagrada Jr. 1996.08.23 Minatitlan
8 Mascarita Sagrada Jr. Espectrito I 1996.09.14 Orizaba
1[2] Mini Vader 1997.02.05 Naucalpan
title vacated in 1997 when Mascarita Sagrada Jr. jumps to Promo Azteca
lightning tournament for vacant championship
9 Octagoncito AAA Pentagoncito 1997.07.26 Tulancingo
1 Pentagoncito 1997.10.02 Oaxaca
10 Mini Abismo Negro Octagoncito AAA 1998.06.05 Zacatecas
1 La Parkita 1998.06.21 Deportivo Azcapotzalco, Azcapotzalco
2 La Parkita 1998.06.30 Pachuca, Hidalgo
11 Octagoncito AAA [2] Mini Abismo Negro 1999.05.05 Tecamac
1 Coquito Azul 1999.12.03 Arena San Juan Pantitlan
2 Rocky Marvin 2000.04.15 Poza Rica
3[3] Piratita Morgan 2000.06.07 Arena Coliseo Acapulco
4 Mini Abismo Negro 2000.07.07 Nagoya, Japan
12 Rocky Marvin Octagoncito AAA 2000.11.05 Arena Solidaridad, Monterrey
1 Octagoncito AAA 2001.02.17 Veracruz
13 Mascarita Sagrada 2000 Rocky Marvin 2001.08.06 Leon
1 Mini Psicosis 2001.10.12 Durango
2 Mini Abismo Negro 2003.02.07 Queretaro
3[4] Rocky Marvin 2003.04.04 Auditorio Carlos Serdan Arechavaleta, Veracruz, Veracruz
14 Mini Abismo Negro [2] Mascarita Sagrada 2000 2004.02.01 Zapopan
1 Mascarita Sagrada 2000 2004.07.18 Cancha German Evers - Mazatlan, Sinaloa
15 Mascarita Sagrada 2000 [2] Mini Abismo Negro 2004.11.05 Veracruz
1 Mini Abismo Negro 2005.05.30 Gimnasio Nuevo Leon
2 Mini Abismo Negro 2005.07.03 Gimnasio Lazaro Cardenas, Salamanca
3 Jerrito Estrada 2005.07.31 Arena Coliseo Monterrey
4 Mini Abismo Negro 2006.02.11 Puebla
5 Mini Chessman 2006.04.24 Plaza De Toros De Xalataco
6 Mini Abismo Negro 2006.12.01 Salón Caracoles, Naucalpan, Estado de México
7 Mini Abismo Negro 2006.12.01 Plaza de Toros La Esperanza, Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua
Sagrada leaves the promotion, but AAA keeps the physical belt; championship becomes defunct
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. Lucha Libre Weekly 47
  2. WON 1997-02-27
  3. LuchaMania 94
  4. La Magia del Ring 192

Gallery of Champions

Espectrito I, 1st & 7th Champion
Jerrito Estrada, 3rd Champion
Octagoncito, 4th Champion
Super Munequito, 6th Champion
Octagoncito AAA, 9th & 11th Champion
Mini Abismo Negro, 10th & 14th Champion


Sources

Mexican National Championships
Men's: Light (Electrico) • Welter (Soberano Jr.) • Light Heavy (Atlantis)
Women's: Singles (Princesa Sugehit)
Team: Trios (Nuevo Generacion Dinamitas)
Defunct: MiniFeatherMiddleCruiserHeavyTagAtomicosWomen's Tag