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Revision as of 23:19, 30 November 2011

Puma King
Puma King
Name Puma King
Real name
Nicknames
Name history Puma King
Family Tiger (brother), Pepe Casas (grandfather), Felino (father), Heavy Metal, Negro Casas (uncles), Princesa Blanca (step-mother), Dalis La Caribeña (aunts)
Maestro(s) Hijo del Gladiador, Ringo Mendoza, Rambo, Satánico, Franco Colombo, Virus, Arkángel
Birth date, location July 6, 1990
Obituary date
Debut, location November 28, 2006
Lost mask to
Height 175 cm/5' 9"
Weight 90 kg/198 lb
Signature moves La Casita
Titles:

Profile

Opening/second match rudo in the last of the 00s, and appears to be making steady progress. Spent the first couple of years almost exclusively opposing brother Tiger Kid in tag and trios, then convinced his brother they ought to be a rudo team. Developed into a really fun rudo team by 2009 and show great promise for the future.

For the first years of the career, Puma King and Tiger Kid claimed to be sons of an unnamed Casas family member who was not in the wrestling business. (There was one early exception, where Tiger Kid gave his true parentage away to HalconNet magazine, but was contradicted many more times later.) The whole family kept the charade going until the June 7th SuperLuchas (#367), where Felino revealed what many had suspected: he was Puma and Tiger's father. Felino had been keeping it quiet so the boys would succeed or fail on their own merits, not because they were "Felino Jr." and "Hijo de Felino".

Gallery

with his brother in IWRG
with his brother in CMLL
2011

Sources