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|nicknames= El loco de Tulancingo, Extremo y de moda
 
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|nameHistory=Sangrita Guerrera, Crazzy Boy, Crazy Boy
 
|nameHistory=Sangrita Guerrera, Crazzy Boy, Crazy Boy
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|maestro=[[Rey Cuervo]], [[Super Crazy]], [[Sabu]], [[Masato Tanaka]]
 
|maestro=[[Rey Cuervo]], [[Super Crazy]], [[Sabu]], [[Masato Tanaka]]
 
|birthdate=[[March 30]], [[1978]] - [[Tulancingo]], [[Hidalgo]]
 
|birthdate=[[March 30]], [[1978]] - [[Tulancingo]], [[Hidalgo]]

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Profile

Crazy Boy
Crazy Boy
Name Crazy Boy
Real name
Nicknames El loco de Tulancingo, Extremo y de moda
Name history Sangrita Guerrera, Crazzy Boy, Crazy Boy
Family Rey Cuervo, Super Crazy, Pesadilla (nephew),KONAMY (nephew),DINASTIA (nephew)
Maestro(s) Rey Cuervo, Super Crazy, Sabu, Masato Tanaka
Birth date, location March 30, 1978 - Tulancingo, Hidalgo
Obituary date
Debut, location 1996
Lost mask to
Height 175 cm/5' 9"
Weight 92 kg/203 lb
Signature moves Spanish Fly, Moonsault, Diamond Dust, Lung Blower, Tanaka Special, Crazy Jump, every other move he sees on U.S. indy tapes
Titles: XLAW Junior Heavyweight Title (4), NWG Extreme Championship, Mexican National Atomicos Championship (w/Psicosis II, Joe Lider and Juventud Guerrera), AAA World Tag Team Championship (w/Joe Lider)

Notes

Crazy Boy is an AAA midcard tecnico and a member of the Mexican Powers. While making occasional appearances with AAA as an extra or local talent, it wasn't until after his 2005-06 CMLL stint when AAA picked him up full time. He's most known for his indy work in hardcore/extreme Mexican promotions.

Crazy Boy's style is very much inspired by US and Japanese indy/hardcore wrestling. He's can do spectacular spots, but can also screw up spectacular spots and doesn't seem like the safest guy to work with. He's a spot machine and not a story teller, but his work got him over in front of the indy promotions he worked with and propelled into a like minded team in AAA. Crazy Boy is one of the bigger proponents of the hardcore/extreme/garbage style and his success while using that style has inspired others to follow him.

Crazy Boy's stint in CMLL ended in a messy way, with Crazy pulling himself out from an Arena Mexico show (which would've been his first CMLL one there), claiming an injury from a just completed Japanese tour, only to show up as surprise in AAA days later.

He won the National Atomica Championship, with the Mexican Powers in Cuernavaca Morelos against Secta Cibernética in the year 2006.

In late 2007 he started the hardcore promotion DTU in Tulancingo, Hidalgo with indy elements from IWRG, AULL, Arena Coacalco, other more locals and from Monterrey Hardcore Circuit. The DTU group has also run shows elsewhere around the country and Crazy Boy's connections allow him to use AAA talent as well. Built in the image of it's founder, DTU follows the model of US indy as well.

For more information about Crazy Boy visit http://dtultraviolenta.hi5.com or http://http://dtuextremos.blogspot.com

Source

AAA's profile

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/??/?? mask Crazy Boy Poder Gitano ?
??/??/?? mask Crazy Boy Genesis ?
01/12/16 hair (1) Crazy Boy Pirata Morgan Jr. Unidad Deportiva Javier Rojo - Tulancingo, Hgo.
02/05/05 hair Crazy Boy Katsumi Kanai Palenque de la Feria - Tulancingo, Hidalgo
03/06/08 hair Crazy Boy Pirata Morgan Jr. Unidad Deportiva Javier Rojo - Tulancingo, Hgo.
04/09/21 hair Crazy Boy Dakota Arena Juba - Reynosa, Tamaulipas
06/09/01 masks (2) Psicosis II & Crazy Boy Perversos de Panama I & II Coliseo Laguna - Torreon, Coahuila
(1) Triangle match w/ Brazo de Plata Jr.; (2) Triangle match w/ Dralion & Nightmare


Gallery

1998
At Multiforo Alicia with Los Elasticos Surf Band
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On a magazine cover