Afterwards Alan has had a number of different gimmicks marketed to women, but he's best known as one-third of the Barrio Boys. The group was a constant on AAA's undercards for many years, often fighting the Black Family.
Over the summer of 2007, the Barrio Boys turned on each other and split apart. Billy Boy's soap opera marriage caused the breakup, and he continues with that. Decnnis was recruited to join the Guapos, and Alan basically vanished. Alan is occasionally listed as working spot shows, but did not appear on TV during Fall of 2007 and Winter of 2007.
Since February of 2008, Alan has re-emerged as leader of a new group of Barrio Boys.
Recently it became known that Alan splits his duty between working as a Barrio Boy and as Gato Eveready, the wrestling feline advertisement for AAA. He didn't play the role from day one of the gimmick being created but instead took it over on the April 16 AAA show in Celaya.
Popular opening match luchador for a number of years. Lost the battery sponsorship in 2011 and wrestled briefly as El Gato.
Reborn as Drago, based on an anime character. He's been portrayed as a new luchador, though he uses many of the same moves (especially the tornillo dive.)
Luchas de apuestas record
|Date||Apuesta||Winner(s)||Loser(s)||Arena and/or Place|
|(1) Cage Match w/ Los Warriors(Kevin/Brandon/Vangelis) vs Los Barrio Boys(Alan/Decnis/Billy Boy)|