Dragón de Oriente I

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Dragon De Oriente I
Dragon De Oriente I
Name Dragon De Oriente I
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Name history Junior, Rey Cometa (1985 - 1989), Dragon De Oriente I (01/1989 - current)
Family Dragon De Oriente II (brother), Galaxy (Querétaro) (son)
Maestro(s) Enrique Lopez, Bulldog Quintero, Comunista
Birth date, location ? - Queretaro
Obituary date
Debut, location October 15, 1983
Lost mask to
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Signature moves Backlip, Running Somersault Plancha, Asai Moonsault(outside the ring), Moonsault Bodyblock, Salto Mortal
Titles: Queretaro Tag Team Titles (w/ Dragon De Oriente II)

After a successful career as "Rey Cometa" in Santiago de Querétaro, he joined forces with his brother, Furia Dorada, and they were presented by promotores as the "Dragones" (In Santiago de Querétaro, most of the teams are named after Dragones and Cometas). That's how the "Dragones de Oriente" franchise was born. One of their students asked for the "Rey Cometa" name, and the now Dragón de Oriente I decided that the best student in their class was going to have the name as a gift. The now Rey Cometa was evidently the best student, and he was awarded with the name, which he has taken to the now Fuerza Aérea in AAA/PAPSA promotions, and then the Dragones de Oriente Tag Team was born along with Dragón de Oriente II (ex-Furia Dorada).

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/??/92 hair Dragon de Oriente I & Dragon de Oriente II Bulldog Quintero & Capitan Rojo Deportivo Truchuelo, Querétaro
??/??/?? hair Dragon de Oriente I & Dragon de Oriente II Diamaks I & Diamaks II Arena Querétaro, Querétaro


Gallery

As Rey Cometa Sr. in Función del Recuerdo, Querétaro, November 2006, with Rey Cometa Jr.
With his brother, Dragón de Oriente II
Los Dragones de Oriente in AAA during 1997