ELLMEX Championship

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The ELLMEX Championship is a Chicago-based professional wrestling championship owned by Empresa de Lucha Libre Mexicana (ELLMEX). It was introduced in 2014.

Current Champion

Skayde Jr. is the current champion. He won the title over former champion Halcón Oriental, and other eight wrestlers on January 27, 2017 in Arena GALLI, Villa Park, Illinois.

History of Championship

The Empresa de Lucha Libre Mexicana (ELLMEX) began a tournament at finals 2013 in order to crown the inaugural champion for the promotion. Imagen Nocturna qualified for the finals by winning an eliminatory in Los Angeles, California, while Príncipe Águila, and Príncipe Franky qualified by winning the one in Dallas, Texas. The final participant who qualified was the local Imperio Azteca by winning the eliminatory held in Chicago, Illinois. The tournament final took place on January 19, 2014 at The Olympic Theater in Cicero. Imperio Azteca became the first champion by defeating Imagen Nocturna, Príncipe Águila, and Príncipe Franky.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
Finals of Tournament to crown the inaugural champion
1 Imperio Azteca Imagen Nocturna, Príncipe Águila, and Príncipe Franky 2014.01.19 The Olympic Theater - Cicero, Illinois
1 Pentagon del Infierno 2014.05.04 Arena GALLI - Villa Park, Illinois
2 Príncipe Franky Imperio Azteca, and Halcón Oriental 2015.03.01 The Olympic Theater - Cicero, Illinois
3 Halcón Oriental Príncipe Franky 2016.02.21 Portage Theatre - Chicago, Illinois
1 El Funebre 2016.04.10 Arena GALLI - Villa Park, Illinois
2 Slayer 2016.12.11 Arena GALLI - Villa Park, Illinois
4 Skayde Jr. Billy Star, Discovery, Guerrerito Del Futuro, Halcón Oriental, Imperio Azteca, Infernal, Justiciero Del Sur, Skayde, and Super Dragon 2017.01.27 Arena GALLI - Villa Park, Illinois
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

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Gallery of Champions

Imperio Azteca, 1st Champion
Príncipe Franky, 2nd Champion
Halcón Oriental, 3rd Champion
Skayde Jr., 4th Champion