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  • ...Saetas del Ring''' ("The Arrows of the Ring") they won several state trios championships such as the Nuevo León Trios Championship and the Veracruz Trios Champions ...|[[Águila Solitaria]]|[[Vulcano]]|[[Arena Ajusco]], [[Tlalpan]], [[Mexico City]]}}
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  • |birthdate=[[July 6]], [[1929]] - [[Mexico City]] ...n July 6, 1929 at the Colonia Morelos at the [[Tepito]] district in Mexico City and lived his childhood there. Life was tough because of his family's preca
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  • ...] with the '''División del Norte'''. He was willing to venture to Mexico City, but Guajardo refused because of the size and weight of Solin. Even with Guajardo's disapproval he went to Mexico City seeking for opportunities. After some difficulties, he had the fortune to
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  • ...many luchadors before and after him. Guerrero started as Flanagan, winning championships in his local area under that name. ...came Ultimo Guerrero. He and his friend [[Ultimo Rebelde]] moved to Mexico City and started a team in [[Promo Azteca]]. The two were very poor early in the
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  • He obtained 10 championships nationals and world championships. Also he gained 64 hair matches and 3 masks. ...& [[Bufalo Salvaje]]|[[Caballero Rojo]] & [[Yanco]]|Arena Coliseo - Mexico City}}
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  • |birthdate=[[July 23]], [[1947]] - [[Mexico City]] ...on 1977 against [[Mil Máscaras]], he turned into a rudo. He kept winning Championships and received many opportunities. He had epic matches against [[Sicodelico]
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  • |birthdate=[[July 19]], [[1974]] - [[Mexico City]] ...Shocker]] - [[July 17]], [[1999]] - [[Palacio de los Deportes]] - [[Mexico City]]
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  • ..., he was cremated the next day (Tuesday the 17th) before sundown at Mexico City's 'Galloso de Sullivan' Mausoleum. Based on several reports, it appears tha ...exano's closest wrestling friends in Mexicali - his birth city and capital city of its state - from back in the day: [[Principe Negro|El Principe Negro]],
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  • ...ater, the belts were imported to Mexico and renamed the AAA World Tag Team Championships. ...ago on July 23, 1994, Machine and Guerrero captured the AAA World Tag Team Championships by defeating El Hijo del Santo and Octagon. A few weeks later, Konnan turne
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  • |birthdate=[[February 22]], [[1973]] - [[Mexico City]] ...[Distrito Federal Welterweight Championship]], [[Distrito Federal Tag Team Championships]] (unknown partner), [[Estado de México Middlweight Championship]], [[CMLL
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  • |birthdate=[[December 22]], [[1982]] - [[Mexico City]] |debut=[[April 30]], [[1998]] - [[Deportivo Kid Azteca]] - [[Mexico City]]
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  • ..."Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert and the Dark Patriot for the ECW World Tag Team Championships, but was unsuccessful again. ...4|hair|[[Emilio Charles Jr.]]|[[Miguel Pérez Jr.]]|Arena México - Mexico City}}
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  • |obituarydate=[[December 16]], [[2015]] - [[Mexico City]] (due to a heart attack) ...hometown because he was raised and lived there until he moved to [[Mexico City]].
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  • |birthdate=[[April 9]], [[1926]] - [[Mexico City]] ...udden heart attack he had suffered less than an hour earlier in his Mexico City home and then a second one at the hospital as the physicians were trying to
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  • ...pionship]] (w/ [[Damian 666]]), [[NGX Extreme Championship]], XPW Tag Team Championships (2) (w/ [[Damian 666]]), [[AAA World Trios Titles]] (w/ [[Damian 666]] & [[ {{aline|05/12/02|hair|[[Universo 2000]]|Halloween|Arena México - Mexico City, Mexico}}
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  • ...it a lot of credibility in Mexico, but it's no different from other modern championships in it's many breaks between defenses. ...hampionships for every division. CMLL appeared to plan on unifying the NWA championships, but the unification matches never took place. The NWA Light Heavyweight ch
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  • ...roperty of EMLL (much later CMLL.) It's one of the oldest active wrestling championships in the world. On [[August 12]], [[2010]], CMLL announced a change with the NWA group of championships. The current physical title belts were all retired, replaced by newly belts
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  • Like all [[Mexico City|Mexican National Championships]], they are actually managed by the wrestling commission, not owned titles Much later, the championships were won by Volador Jr., Safari and Felino. This team featured a mix of a v
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  • ...orro|The Chris]]) on September 28, [[2018]] in [[Arena Mexico]] to win the championships. ...or Garza]] and [[Shocker]] when Shocker turned on his teammates. The Trios championships continued to be a battlefield between [[Perros del Mal]] and [[Guerreros de
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  • ...rno]] were presented more often as a tag team or foils for Mistico than as championships on their own. ...his title reign. The belt became part of a growing collection of Mistico's championships by the end of 2007 and was notable for being defended in Japan when [[Avern
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