Ixchel

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Ixchel
Ixchel
Name Ixchel
Real name
Nicknames
Name history Ixchel (debut-)
Family
Maestro(s) Dardo Aguilar, La Fugitiva, Super Bolido, Máscara Año 2000
Birth date, location Naucalpan, Mexico State
Obituary date
Debut, location May 21, 2015 - Deportivo Pino Suarez
Lost mask to
Height 155 cm
Weight 53.3 kg
Signature moves La de a Caballo, La Mistica
Titles: FDT Women's Tournament

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Mexico City area técnica. Her love for Lucha Libre began since she was 5 years old because of her father and a cousin who were big Lucha Libre fans. She used to watch Luchas on TV and watching El Santo's movies.

She began her training at the age of 22, she went unexpectedly to the Deportivo Pino Suarez where Mascara Año 2000 gives sessions. During that time there was a mat outside, and she went there by curiousity, because she is a fan of Los Hermanos Dinamita. She saw Dardo Aguilar training a group, and he invited her to join and she did in the following week. She shared training with El Pantera I, Climax I and Pentagon. After 3 years of training she became professional.

She is a physician and her ringname was inspired in Ixchel, the Mayan Jaguar Goddess of Medicine and Agriculture. One her favorite masks is the one of Canek, because of the Mayan culture, she wanted the silver color for her idolatry towards El Santo. She based on those characteristics for her mask design she wanted symbols related to the Mayans. The colors of her gear are usually white and silver, her boots and cape are based in those of El Santo.

She made her debut on May 21, 2015 in Deportivo Pino Suarez. She went in a mixed tag team match with Deztino & Reasy against a team which included Reina Dorada. She usually wrestles in events at gymnasiums and schools. She had an experience in the ring against Tania La Guerrillera, she congratulated Ixchel.

On March 17, 2018 she won the Furia de Titanes Women's Tournament held in Faro Aragon in an event to honor Irma Gonzalez. Her triumph was dedicated in the memory of her maestro Dardo Aguilar[1].

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