Misterioso Jr.

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another wrestler in Monterrey uses the same name

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Misterioso Jr.
Misterioso Jr.
Name Misterioso Jr.
Real name
Nicknames El Rey del Yoghurt
Name history Vaquero (debut match only?), Super Spider/Super Araña (early), (Super) Araña 2000, Misterioso II/Jr. (2003-current)
Family Misterioso (uncle)
Maestro(s) Dr. Wagner
Birth date, location February 2, ???? - Torreon, Coahulla
Obituary date
Debut, location February 20, 1994 - Arena Halcon Suriano, Torreon, Coahulla (as Vaquero, a sub for Ultimo Rebelede)
Lost mask to
Height 176 cm
Weight 95 kg
Signature moves Gory Driver, La Rosa Driver, La Rosa Driver (off the top rope), figure four
Titles: Gran Alternativa (2006), Occidente Light Heavyweight Championship, CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship (w/Sagrado)

Laugna wrestler introduced in CMLL as part of the one of the Guapos U classes. Started out as a tecnico, and actually was part of a trio with Volador Jr. & Mistico during the first few months of Mistico's career. Joined the rudo side in 2005 and hasn't looked back.

Misterioso II's career year so far has been 2006. Misterioso won the Gran Alternativa teaming with Perro Aguayo Jr., which gave him a sort of associate membership in Perros del Mal for a while. Only 6 weeks later, Misterioso took the mask of respected luchador El Pantera in an Arena Mexico cage match.

Misterioso has plateaued as a midcard rudo since 2006. Misterioso is seen as a good rudo, and quality opposition for the many CMLL high flying tecnicos, but has rarely gotten showcases matches on his own.

He's been grouped with other La Laguna area wrestlers at times, but didn't have a permanent group of his own. At a time where almost every pushed rudo was being set up in one group or allied with another, Misterioso was noticeably kept on his own. Misterioso also missed out on a scheduled trip to NJPW as an opponent of Mistico in 2009, when his appearance was canceled due to the H1N1 virus outbreak. Misterioso did pick up the regional Occidente Light Heavyweight Championship twice during this time, but not much was made of it outside of Guadalajara.

Misterioso finally got to join a group in 2009. Poder Mexica needed a new third as Black Warrior drifted from the group and drafted Misterioso. The new trio continued the entertaining work of the previous alignment, but were unable to win the Mexican National Trios Championship in multiple chances.

Misterioso was promoted as "Misterioso II" exclusively around his debut, but started to be inconsistently listed as "Misterioso Jr." somewhere along the years until Misterioso Jr. became the dominant spelling. As of 2010, Misterioso and CMLL claim "Misterioso Jr." is his official name, which has caused conflict with another wrestler claiming he alone owns the right to "Misterioso Jr.".


Sources

An interview in Box Y Lucha 2004 quotes Misterioso as saying his first match was as Vaquero.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/??/?? hair Super Spider? Mr. Bold Torreon
??/??/?? hair Super Spider? Blond Furi Torreon
??/??/?? mask Super Spider? Flecha Veloz Torreon
??/??/?? mask Super Spider? La Amenaza Torreon
2006/07/14 mask (1) Misterioso II El Pantera Arena Mexico - Mexico City
2009/01/03 hair Misterioso II Piloto Suicida Arena Gym Ranger - Gomez Palacio, Durango
(1) Twelve man cage match also with Sagrado, Volador Jr., Nitro, Neutron, Mascara Purpura, Averno, Mephisto, Felino, Sangre Azteca, La Mascara


Gallery

MisteriosoII-2.jpg
as Super Spider? [1]
in the middle as Super Spider with Arana del Futuro &Araña Cibernetica
The King of Yogurt in all his glory
second on the left as the left as Araña 2000 with partner Araña 2001, Raul Toral, vs. Cabellero de Plata & Gitano
Sagrado (Left) & Misterioso Jr., CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Champions


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