Fire first made a splash in CMLL using the name Mascarita Magica in 1992. CMLL had lost their entire mini division to the newly formed AAA and decided to create their own group of minis under the 'Super Mini Estrellas' banner.
Due to him getting older in age and suffering numerous injuries due to his high-risk style, Mascarita Magica was repackaged as a rudo named Fire. Fire wrestles as a mini rudo who does a fire bit as part of his entrance.
For most of Fire's CMLL career, the company's interest in showing minis matches appeared low. It was only very late in his career when CMLL started getting additional television show to showcase some of the undercard matches that the minis were far more visible. While this means most of Fire's peak was never seen outside the arenas, he's been able to cash in the last year in ways he may not have been earlier. Fire's mask loss to Ultimo Dragoncito and hair loss to Shockercito seemed to be typical short feuds to set up big match ups for those TV programs.
Fire made only one appearance since losing his mask, before returning just long enough for the short hair vs hair feud. Fire hasn't been seen since he lost his hair, but it is known he's training young luchadores in Distrito Federal. It's possible Fire may return again, especially if CMLL's short on mini rudos for a tournament.
Luchas de apuestas record
|Date||Apuesta||Winner(s)||Loser(s)||Arena and/or Place|
|95/04/04||mask||Ultratumbita||Mascarita Mágica||Arena Coliseo - Mexico City|
|96/08/04||hair||Damiancito El Guerrero||Mascarita Mágica||Pista Arena Revolución - Mexico City|
|98/08/24||hair||Mascarita Mágica||Toro Bill||Arena Puebla - Puebla, Puebla|
|00/03/05||hair||Mascarita Mágica||Vaquerito||Arena Coliseo - Mexico City|
|08/10/27||mask||Último Dragoncito||Fire||Arena Puebla - Puebla, Puebla|