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|birthdate=[[January 4]], [[1966]] - [[Hermosillo]], [[Sonora]]
 
|birthdate=[[January 4]], [[1966]] - [[Hermosillo]], [[Sonora]]
 
|debut=1987 - Arena Cuatro Caminos - [[Hermosillo]], [[Sonora]]
 
|debut=1987 - Arena Cuatro Caminos - [[Hermosillo]], [[Sonora]]
|height=6'0"/183 cms
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|height=6'0"/185 cms
|weight=216 lbs/98 kg
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|weight=216 lbs/107 kg
 
|signatureMoves=[[Small Package]], Dancing, uh... dancing
 
|signatureMoves=[[Small Package]], Dancing, uh... dancing
 
|titles=[[Pacific Coast Heavyweight Title]], [[National Cruiserweight Title]], [[LAW Light Heavyweight Title]], [[AAA Rey de Reyes]] 2001-2003-2005-2007, [[National Tag Team Titles]] (w/[[Octagon]] and w/[[Máscara Sagrada AAA]]), [[GPCW SUPER-X Monster Title]]
 
|titles=[[Pacific Coast Heavyweight Title]], [[National Cruiserweight Title]], [[LAW Light Heavyweight Title]], [[AAA Rey de Reyes]] 2001-2003-2005-2007, [[National Tag Team Titles]] (w/[[Octagon]] and w/[[Máscara Sagrada AAA]]), [[GPCW SUPER-X Monster Title]]

Revision as of 13:46, 8 June 2010

Profile

La Parka
La Parka
Name La Parka
Real name unrevealed
Nicknames none
Name history Bello Sexy (debut - 05/92), Maligno (05/92 - ??), Crater, Santa Esmeralda, Karis la Momia (95 - 11/96), La Calaca (1st appearance at the end of 1996? disputed), La Parka Jr./La Parka (11/96 - ), Duro (1998)
Family none
Maestro(s) America Salvaje, Resplandor
Birth date, location January 4, 1966 - Hermosillo, Sonora
Obituary date
Debut, location 1987 - Arena Cuatro Caminos - Hermosillo, Sonora
Lost mask to
Height 6'0"/185 cms
Weight 216 lbs/107 kg
Signature moves Small Package, Dancing, uh... dancing
Titles: Pacific Coast Heavyweight Title, National Cruiserweight Title, LAW Light Heavyweight Title, AAA Rey de Reyes 2001-2003-2005-2007, National Tag Team Titles (w/Octagon and w/Máscara Sagrada AAA), GPCW SUPER-X Monster Title

Biography

Not to be confused with the original La Parka, who was forced to give up the rights to the name (as it was owned by AAA founder Antonio Peña) when he jumped to EMLL in 2003, and is now known as L.A. Park. La Parka Jr. is a tecnico who competes in AAA.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
96/07/15 mask (1) Karis la Momia Halcón Dorado Jr. Centro de Convenciones - Acapulco, Guerrero
00/02/05 mask La Parka Jr. Gigante Drako Toreo de Cuatro Caminos- Mexico State
01/04/20 mask La Parka Jr. El Hijo Del Espectro Auditorio De Tijuana
01/08/10 mask (2) La Parka Jr. Akuma Auditorio De Tijuana
04/06/20 mask La Parka Jr. Cibernetico El Toreo De Naucalpan
04/08/31 mask La Parka Jr. La Bestia Arena Juba - Reynosa, Tamaulipas
05/08/30 hair (3) La Parka Jr. El Angel (Juba) Arena Juba - Reynosa, Tamaulipas
05/10/25 mask La Parka Jr. Destroyer II (not Guadalajara's Destroyer II) Arena Coliseo - Reynosa, Tamaulipas
06/06/18 mask La Parka Jr. Muerte Cibernetica Toreo de Cuatro Caminos - Naucalpan, Mexico State
(1) Cage match w/ Junior Atomicos vs. Karis/Payasos; (2) Hexagonal de la Muerte; (3) Not El Angel(Oscar Sevilla) from AAA


Gallery

as Maligno
as Maligno
as Duro
as Duro with Directo
as Karis la Momia
as Karis la Momia


as Karis la Momia, MEX Cruiserweight Champ
as La Parka AAA
as La Parka AAA (old entrance Attire)
older
Whit Arturo Rivera In an interview in 2007