Javier Llanes

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Javier Llanes
Javier Llanes
Name Javier Llanes
Real name Javier Augusto Yañez Corona
Nicknames Gusano (Worm), Gusano de Seda (Silkworm)
Name history Javier Llanes (debut - )
Family Enrique Llanes (father), Gori Guerrero (uncle), Eddy, Mando, Héctor & Chavo Guerrero (cousins)
Maestro(s) Enrique Llanes, Gori Guerrero
Birth date, location September 6, 1952 - Mexico City
Obituary date
Debut, location August 28, 1973
Lost mask to
Height
Weight
Signature moves La Cerrajera
Titles: CMLL World Middleweight Title

Notes

  • Former CMLL booker from August 1993 until ?. Mainly booked Arena Coliseo shows. Hosted a show on ESPN about lucha libre, and now hosts Sobre el Ring on AYM about lucha libre.


Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
83/04/17 hairs Javier Llanes & Olímpico Flores Pánico & Bruno Victoria Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
83/07/05 hair Javier Llanes Divino Roy Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
83/08/12 hair Jerry Estrada Javier Llanes Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
83/12/02 hair Javier Llanes Pánico Mexico City
1984/12/16[1] hair Javier Llanes Franco Colombo Arena Coliseo
87/07/31 hairs Americo Rocca, Chamaco Valaguez & Javier Llanes Emilio Charles Jr., Tony Arce & Vulcano Arena México - Mexico City
88/??/?? hair Javier Llanes Pánico Mexico City
88/05/27 hair Tony Arce Javier Llanes Arena México - Mexico City
89/04/?? hair Javier Llanes Zorro de Oro unknown
89/04/30 hair Javier Llanes León Kirlenko Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
89/06/17 hair Javier Llanes El Macho I Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
90/08/05 hair Javier Llanes Remo Banda Pista Arena Revolución - Mexico City
90/09/02 hair Javier Llanes Americo Rocca Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
91/03/16 hair El Egipcio Javier Llanes Mexico City
94/01/30 hair Javier Llanes Steel Warrior I Arena Naucalpan - Naucalpan, Mexico State

Gallery

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1988
1988-Losing the hair with Tony Arce
Javier Llanes with All Star
Former National Middleweight Champion