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  • ...ving and baseball) he decided to join the Gimnasio Gloria (gym) at Colonia Guerrero to become a boxer. Even though at first he was only looking to learn a way ...February]] of [[1956]] he was put in a "campal" (battle royal) with [[Gori Guerrero]], [[El Santo]], [[Cavernario Galindo]], [[Blue Demon]] and Black Shadow, t
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  • |image=Ultimo Guerrero unmasked 20148769661115262 n.jpg |name=Último Guerrero (Last Warrior)
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  • He obtained 10 championships nationals and world championships. Also he gained 64 hair matches and 3 masks. 9th March, 1990 - '''El Dandy''', [[Chavo Guerrero]] y [[El Texano]] vs. [[Angel Azteca]], [[Americo Rocca]] y [[Javier Cruz]]
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  • ...] (w/ [[Ciclón Veloz Jr.]]), [[NWA Americas Tag Team Titles]] (w/ [[Chavo Guerrero]]), World Class/Texas: NWA American Tag Team Titles (4, w/ [[Jose Lothario] ...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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  • ...Azul]] Tournament, [[TNA 2008 World X Cup]] (W/ [[Volador Jr.]], [[Ultimo Guerrero]] & [[Averno]]), [[NWA World Historic Light Heavyweight Championship]] (2), ...E and TNA. He's most well known for his early 2000s tag team with [[Ultimo Guerrero]], acclaimed as the best team in Mexico and perhaps the world during their
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  • ...ig part of the Latino World Order, as he joined the stable (led by [[Eddie Guerrero]]) in October 1998. On April 19, 1999 Psicosis defeated [[Blitzkrieg]], [[ ...a ladder match on the debut show in October and later Juventud and [[Eddy Guerrero]] in a three-way in 2002.
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  • ...Perro Aguayo]] (senior) to face 'La Pareja Atómica' (El Santo and [[Gory Guerrero]]) who teamed with [[Huracán Ramírez]] and [[El Solitario]]. ...know the exact date), the semifinal was a match for the [[UWA World Trios Championships]] between 'Las Panteras Rosas' {Los Villanos [[Villano I|I]], [[Villano IV|
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  • ...ith his other sister [[Rossy Moreno]], and they won the VIP Mixed Tag Team Championships defeated [[Pentagon Black]], and [[Xochitl Hammada]], who were once their r ...& [[Volador Jr.]] VS [[Atlantis]] & [[Olimpico]] VS [[Averno]] & [[Ultimo Guerrero]]; <b>(4)</b> Jaula Electrificada: [[Juventud Guerrera]], [[Black Warrior]]
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  • ...[Konnan|Konnan El Barbaro]]), [[AAA/IWC World Tag Team Titles]] (w/ [[Eddy Guerrero]]) ...ater, the belts were imported to Mexico and renamed the AAA World Tag Team Championships.
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  • ...[Distrito Federal Welterweight Championship]], [[Distrito Federal Tag Team Championships]] (unknown partner), [[Estado de México Middlweight Championship]], [[CMLL ...ar de Parejas with [[Volador Jr.]] & [[Místico]] and [[Euforia]] & [[Gran Guerrero]]}}
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  • ==== 5 Championships at Once ==== ==== 4 Championships At Once ====
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  • |debut=[[March 14]], [[1976]] - [[Arena Coliseo]] - [[Acapulco]], [[Guerrero]] |titles=[[Guerrero Middleweight Title]], [[Guerrero Tag Team Titles]] (w/ Bowman), [[NWA World Light Heavweight Title]] (4), [[
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  • ...le Knee Gutbuster]], [[Senton]], [[La Silla]], [[Quebradora con Giro]], [[Guerrero Special]] ...s Jr. was pushed as a top heavyweight tecnico. He had feuds with [[Ultimo Guerrero]], [[Universo 2000]] and [[Kenzo Suzuki]], formed a tag team with [[Lizmark
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  • ''[[Mando Guerrero]] also used this name in AAA for a short time.'' ...a]]), Arena Ecatepec Tag Team Championships (w/?), Arena Libertad Tag Team Championships (w/?), AAA New Wrestler Tournament Winner 1999
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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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  • ...|Mistico]] & [[Caristico]] are the current champions. They defeated [[Gran Guerrero]] & [[Euforia]] on [[November 1]]st, [[2019]] in [[Arena Mexico]]. ...tournament to get a title shot]] and then defeated [[Atlantis]] & [[Ultimo Guerrero]] to win the championship for the second time on [[February 1]], [[2008]].
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  • ...Guerreros Laguneros|Los Guerreros Laguneros]] ([[Ultimo Guerrero]], [[Gran Guerrero]] and [[Euforia]]), 30th champions]] ...orro|The Chris]]) on September 28, [[2018]] in [[Arena Mexico]] to win the championships.
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  • {{Gallery|name=UltimoGuerrero2timeCMLLHeavyweightchamp.JPG|caption=[[Último Guerrero]], 20th Champion}} [[Último Guerrero]] is the current champion. He defeated [[Diamante Azul]] on October 16, [[2
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