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Revision as of 09:40, 19 October 2010

Current Champions

Mascara Dorada, Metro and Stuka Jr., 29th champions

Mascara Dorada, Metro and Stuka Jr. are the 29th and current champions. They won the titles in the finals of a tournament on January 6, 2010 in Arena Coliseo.

History of Championship

Like all Mexican National Championships, they are actually managed by the wrestling commission, not owned titles of the promotions, and only natives are eligible to win them.

In recent years, the Mexican National Trios Champions have tended to be a midcard title, featuring matches between wrestlers who've not yet established themselves as national drawing stars, but are regulars on Arena Mexico cards. The title has been used as a way to give those selected a bit more attention.

In their early years, this championship was a much bigger deal, a rare championship which went back between the LLI group in El Toreo and EMLL in Arena Mexico. The co-promotion spirit has never existed between CMLL and AAA, which caused this championship to be shelved for the late 90s. The titles moved over from CMLL to AAA when the champions moved as a unit, but further jumps caused championship teams to be split among the promotions on two occasions. Blue Panther, El Signo and Fuerza Guerrera are credited with a five year reign, but rarely was a team during that stretch.

When the trio reassembled in CMLL, that promotion brought the championship back to life just to transfer it to a tecnico team of Olimpico, Safari and Mr. Niebla.

Much later, the championships were won by Volador Jr., Safari and Felino. This team featured a mix of a veteran with two up and comers, but never seemed to gain much traction as unit. They did work out pretty well as a goal for others. The first Guapos U class included a tournament where there winning team would receive a shot at these titles. Future prospects Misterioso II, Brazo de Oro Jr., and Texano Jr. won the tournament, and ended up getting multiple challenges including spot show rematches. Meanwhile, Zumbido and Super Crazy sought to find a third partner to defeat the champions, but failed twice and ended up turning on each other.

The Pandilla Guerrera trio of Sangre Azteca, Dr. X and Nitro were finally able to unseat the champions. This was a step up for the trio, as only Dr. X had won a championship of this level previous. The reign itself was unnoteworthy.

Maximo, Texano Jr. and El Sagrado were the 25th champions. In the lead up to winning the championship, the tecnico trio was projected as a three individuals with very different personalities who came together as one solid unit. After wining the championship, they weren't really projected at all as team. When they finally did team up, it seemed a sure bet that it was to finally move the championships off of them.

The circumstances of their loss did end up being surprising. Representing Los Perros del Mal, the team of Halloween, Mr. Aguila and Damian 666 defeated the tecnico trio on a special Kid's Day show at Arena Mexico. They got a little help from the champions, with Texano Jr. turning on his partners and literally handing the new champions their title belts. Texano would later become a member of Los Perros del Mal, but this was his official rudo turn. Of note, Halloween and Damian had won back the belts they had never lost, but were stripped of them four years prior.

The Los Perros del Mal team might have had a longer run, as they were a focal part of the promotion at this point. However, a few months in, Halloween asked for his release from the company. He was quickly wrapped up in Mexico City, and did a short feud with the future champions in Arena Puebla to set up that title change.

Volador Jr., Sombra and El Sagrado (as "the top three young tecnicos not named Mistico") defeated the Perros del Mal champions in a rare title change for Arena Puebla. It wouldn't have been surprising if the CMLL did little more with the championship, given the suddenness of the title change, but the belts actually caught a bit of attention during this reign. It wasn't a rudo team feud, though they did face more of those in Arena Mexico than in recent tecnico title reigns, but tecnico vs tecnico title defenses. The champions defeated various combination of other tecnicos in fast paced high flying matches thru the winter and spring of 2008, culminating in the spectacular 2008 Kid's Day title defense over El Hijo del Fantasma, La Mascara and Valiente.

The good thing about the matches were how they showcased these champions as being more than just 'the other guys'. The problem was it gave CMLL ideas on how to use them that didn't involve the Mexican National Trios Titles. When Volador and Sombra won the CMLL World Tag Team Championship in early 2009 and then were scheduled to defend these titles, it was clear another consecutive predictable title change was about to happen.

The Poder Mexica team of Sangre Azteca, Black Warrior, and Dragon Rojo Jr. were undefeated in Arena Mexico since starting as team in late 2008. (They did lose a fair amount elsewhere.) All of their wins came over at least one member of the current championship trio, so they certainly earned their shot at this championship, and won it as their first major success as a unit.

They continued thru the spring and early summer as a successful unit. However, by the end of the summer, Black Warrior had left the group to focus on a singles feud. While Poder Mexica replaced Black Warrior with Misterioso II, the new trio could not actually defend these trios titles. The situation grew more uncertain when Black Warrior left CMLL, and apparently retired, following his hair match loss in October to Yujiro.

Two months after Warrior last wrestled, and many more than that since he had last helped defend this championship, CMLL announced a tournament to determine new Mexican National Trios champions. In a surprise (though exactly the same as the last trios title tournament held in CMLL), the first time team of Mascara Dorada, Metro and Stuka Jr. won the titles, defeating the new but more established Poder Mexica trio. This was Metro's first title of any kind and Stuka Jr. and Mascara Dorada's first national championships. Dorada already held the CMLL World Super Lightweight Championship, so he became a double champion.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
tournament to determine initial champions
1 Los Infernales (Satanico, MS-1, Pirata Morgan) Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro, Brazo de Plata, El Brazo) 1985.03.08 Arena Mexico
1 Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro, Brazo de Plata, El Brazo) 1985.11.20 El Toreo De Naucalpan
2 Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro, Brazo de Plata, El Brazo) Satanico, MS-1, Pirata Morgan 1985.12.08 Toreo de Cuatro Caminos
3 Dos Caras, Villano III, Villano V Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro, Brazo de Plata, El Brazo) 1986.01.28 Arena Aficion De Pachuca
4 Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro, Brazo de Plata, El Brazo) [2] Dos Caras, Villano III, Villano V 1986.02.23 Toreo de Cuatro Caminos
1 Atlantis, Rayo de Jalisco Jr., Ultraman 1986.09.19 Arena Mexico
5 Ringo Mendoza, Kiss, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro, Brazo de Plata, El Brazo) 1986.11.28 Arena Mexico
6 Pirata Morgan [2], Jerry Estrada, Hombre Bala Ringo Mendoza, Kiss, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. 1987.08.30 Arena Coliseo DF
7 Tony Arce, Emilio Charles Jr., Vulcano Pirata Morgan, Jerry Estrada, Hombre Bala 1988.01.31 Arena Coliseo DF
1 Satanico, Masakre, MS-1 1988.02.14 Arena Coliseo DF
2 Brazo De Plata, El Brazo, Fuerza Guerrera 1988.03.18 Arena Mexico
3 Pirata Morgan, Hombre Bala, El Verdugo 1988.07.14 Arena Isabel De Cuernavaca
8 Los Temerarios (Black Terry, Jose Luis Feliciano, Shu El Guerrero) Tony Arce, Emilio Charles Jr., Vulcano 1988.11.20 Arena Mexico
9 Arqueros del Espacio (Lasser, Danny Boy, El Arquero) Los Temerarios (Black Terry, Jose Luis Feliciano, Shu el Guerrero) 1990.01.21 Toreo de Cuatro Caminos
1 Rocky Santana, El Gallego, Romano Garcia 1990.02.21 Arena Coliseo De Acapulco
10 Thundercats (Leono, Tigro, Panthro) Arqueros del Espacio (Lasser, Danny Boy, El Arquero) 1990.08.17 Arena Coliseo DF
11 Octagon, Atlantis, Mascara Sagrada Thundercats (Leono, Tigro, Panthro) 1991.04.29 Arena Coliseo DF
1 Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro, Brazo de Plata, El Brazo) 1991.05.17 Arena Coliseo DF
12 Cien Caras, Mascara Ano 2000, Universo 2000 Octagon, Atlantis, Mascara Sagrada 1991.08.01 Arena Isabel De Cuernavaca
1 Konnan, Atlantis, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. 1991.08.03 Lagos De Moreno, Jalisco
2 Satanico, MS-1, Pirata Morgan 1993.07.30 Monterrey
13 Los Payasos (Coco Amarillo, Coco Azul, Coco Rojo) Cien Caras, Mascara Ano 2000, Universo 2000 1994.04.26 Aguascalientes
14 Super Muneco, Angel Azteca, El Hijo del Santo Los Payasos (Coco Amarillo, Coco Azul, Coco Rojo) 1994.05.22 Juarez
15 Los Payasos (Coco Amarillo, Coco Azul, Coco Rojo [2] Super Muneco, Angel Azteca, El Hijo del Santo 1994.09.23 Auditorio De Tijuana
1 Los Destructores (Tony Arce, Vulcano, Rocco Valente) 1995.02.01 Aguascalientes
16 Los Destructores (Tony Arce [2], Vulcano [2], Rocco Valente) Los Payasos (Coco Amarillo, Coco Azul, Coco Rojo) 1995.02.05 Tonala, Jalisco
1 Los Villanos (Villano III, Villano IV, Villano V) 1995.03.08 Arena Lopez Mateos
17 Octagon [2], Rey Misterio Jr., Super Muneco [2] Los Destructores (Tony Arce, Vulcano, Rocco Valente) 1995.04.15 Deportivo Oceania, Mexico City
18 Fuerza Guerrera, Psicosis, Blue Panther Octagon, Rey Misterio Jr., Super Muneco 1995.07.04 Arena Coliseo De Monterrey
Fuerza Guerrera leaves AAA around December 1995; championship vacant
tournament for vacant championship
19 Fuerza Guerrera [2], Blue Panther [2], El Signo Brazo de Plata, El Brazo, Super Elektra 1996.09.06 Cuautitlan de Romero Rubio, Mexico City
1 Brazo de Plata, El Brazo, Super Elektra 1996.09.13 Arena Xochimilco
20 Safari, Olimpico, Mr. Niebla Fuerza Guerrera, Blue Panther, El Signo 2001.03.30 Arena Mexico
1 Emilio Charles Jr., Bestia Salvaje, Scorpio Jr. 2001.07.29 Arena Mexico
2 Satanico, El Averno, Black Warrior 2001.08.20 Arena Puebla
3 Gran Markus Jr., Poder Boricua, Violencia 2001.09.28 Arena Mexico
4 Satanico, El Averno, El Mephisto 2001.11.04 Arena Coliseo De Guadalajara
21 Los Infernales (Satanico, Averno, Mephisto) Safari, Olimpico, Mr. Niebla 2002.06.23 Arena Coliseo De Guadalajara
1 Los Villanos (Villano III, Villano IV, Villano V) 2002.08.02 Arena Mexico
2 Los Temerarios (Black Terry, Shu El Guerrero, Guerrero Del Futuro) 2002.08.29 Arena Neza
22 La Familia de Tijuana (Nicho el Millonario, Damian 666, Halloween) Los Infernales (Satanico, Averno, Mephisto) 2002.09.27 Arena Mexico
1 Satanico, El Averno, El Mephisto 2003.06.13 Arena Mexico
The 6/13 defense was ruled a No Contest as the champions where disqualified, and the titles held up, and the comission ordered a rematch on 6/20. The championship was vacated due to Nicho not showing for the scheduled title defense against Infernales. The Infernales where offered the titles but refuse to accept them
tournament for vacant championship
23 Safari [2], Felino, Volador Jr. Alan Stone, Zumbido, Super Crazy 2003.12.05 Arena Mexico
1 Olimpico, Super Crazy, Zumbido 2004.03.19 Arena Mexico
2 Misterioso II, Brazo de Oro Jr., Texano Jr. 2004.05.28 Arena Mexico
3 Olimpico, Super Crazy, Crazy 33 2004.06.14 Arena Puebla
4 Misterioso II, Brazo de Oro Jr., Texano Jr. 2004.07.17 Arena Monterrey
5 Misterioso II, Brazo de Oro Jr., Texano Jr. 2004.09.25 Centro de Convenciones, Madero
6 Dr. X, Nitro, Hooligan 2004.12.17 Arena Mexico
24 Dr. X, Nitro, Sangre Azteca Safari, Felino, Volador Jr. 2005.03.25 Arena Mexico
1 Felino, Volador Jr., Oro II 2005.05.29 Arena Coliseo De Guadalajara
2 Shigeo Okumura, Ryusuke Taguchi, Masada 2005.06.26 Centro Cultural Oaxaqueno, Xochiaca
3 Volador Jr., Misterioso II, La Mascara 2005.06.29 San Luis Potosi
25 Maximo, Texano Jr., Sagrado Dr. X, Nitro, Sangre Azteca 2005.10.07 Arena Mexico
1 Judas El Traidor, Locky, Sadico 2005.12.03 Plaza De Toros, Zumpango
2 Danger, Infierno, Magnum 2006.01.29 Arena Coliseo De Guadalajara
3 Dr. X, Nitro, Sangre Azteca 2006.02.10 Auditorio Municipal de Tampico - Tampico
4 Dr. X, Nitro, Sangre Azteca 2006.02.14 Arena Aficion De Pachuca
5 Arkangel, Dr. X, Misterioso II 2006.02.16 Aguascalientes
26 Damian 666 [2], Halloween [2], Mr. Aguila Maximo, Texano Jr., Sagrado 2007.04.29 Arena Mexico
1 Heavy Metal, Negro Casas, Volador Jr. 2007.06.18 Arena Puebla
27 Sagrado [2], La Sombra, Volador Jr. [2] Damian 666, Halloween, Mr. Aguila 2007.08.13 Arena Puebla
1 La Máscara, Máscara Púrpura, Valiente 2008.02.18 Arena Puebla
2 La Máscara, Stuka Jr., Valiente 2008.02.28 Arena Isabel de Cuernavaca
3 Damian 666, Ephesto, Misterioso II 2008.03.25 Arena Mexico
4 El Hijo del Fantasma, La Máscara, Valiente 2008.04.30 Arena Mexico
5 Mascara Purpura, La Máscara, Valiente 2008.06.14 Plaza de Toros Monumental de Torreon
6 Dragon Rojo Jr., Misterioso II, Olimpico 2008.11.04 Arena Mexico
28 Black Warrior, Dragon Rojo Jr., Sangre Azteca [2] Sagrado, La Sombra, Volador Jr. 2009.02.03 Arena Mexico
1 Mascara Dorada, Sagrado, Valiente 2009.03.23 Arena Puebla
championship declared vacant on December 19, 2009 due to Black Warrior retirement
tournament to decide new champions
29 Mascara Dorada, Metro, Stuka Jr. Misterioso II, Dragon Rojo Jr., Sangre Azteca 2010.01.06 Arena Coliseo
1 Misterioso II, Dragon Rojo Jr., Sangre Azteca 2010.04.06 Arena Mexico
2 Misterioso II, Dragon Rojo Jr., Sangre Azteca 2010.06.18 Arena Mexico
3 Atlantis, Dragon Rojo Jr., Ultimo Guerrero 2010.10.17 Arena Mexico
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

Gallery of Champions

Los Thundercats (Leono, Panthro & Tigro), 10th Champions
Atlantis, Mascara Sagrada & Octagon, 11th Champions


Tony Arce, Vulcano & Rocco Valente, 16th Champions
Tony Arce, Vulcano & Rocco Valente, 16th Champions
Felino, Safari & Volador Jr., 23rd Champions
Dr. X, Nitro & Sangre Azteca, 24th Champions


Maximo, Texano Jr. & Sagrado, 25th Champions
Damian 666, Halloween & Mr. Aguila, 26th Champions
La Sombra, Sagrado, & Volador Jr., 27th Champions

Sources

Mexican National Championships
Men's: Light (Electrico) • Welter (Soberano Jr.)
Light Heavy (Bárbaro Cavernario) • Heavy (El Terrible)
Women's: Singles (Princesa Sugehit)
Team: Trios (Nuevo Generacion Dinamitas)
Defunct: MiniFeatherMiddleCruiserTagAtomicosWomen's Tag
Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre Championships
CMLL: Mini: ShockercitoSuper Light: Kawato San
Welter: Dragon LeeMiddle: El Cuatrero
Light Heavy: Niebla RojaHeavy: Ultimo Guerrero
Tag: Euforia & Gran GuerreroWomen: Marcela
Trios: Los Guerreros Laguneros (Ultimo Guerrero, Gran Guerrero & Euforia)
NWA WH: Welter: Volador Jr.Middle: CarísticoLight Heavy: Stuka Jr.
National: Light: ElectricoWelter: Soberano Jr.Light Heavy: Bárbaro Cavernario
Heavy: El TerribleWomen: La Metálica
Trios: Nueva Generacion Dinamita (Sansón, Cuatrero & Forastero)
Tournaments: Leyenda de Azul: Rush
Leyenda de Plata: Volador Jr.Universal: Terrible
Pequeño Reyes del Aire: ShockercitoReyes del Aire: Titán
Gran Alternativa: Flyer & Volador Jr.
En Busca de un Ídolo: Boby ZavalaLa Copa Jr.: Soberano Jr.
Parejas Increíbles: Barbaro Cavernario & Titan
REINA: CMLL-REINA Intl Junior: Kaho KobayashiCMLL-REINA Intl: ZeuxisCMLL-REINA Tag Team: Vacant
DF: Light: AstralWelter: SenseiMiddle: Hijo del Signo
Occidente: Welter: ExplosivoMiddle: Difunto
Light Heavy: EsfingeHeavy: Star Black
Tag: Gran Kenut & León Blanco
Trios: Nueva Generacion Dinamita (Sansón, Cuatrero & Forastero)
Misc: Arena Coliseo Tag: Esfinge & Tritón
Defunct: Copa de Arena Mexico Tournament
Japan TagJapan Women's