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  • |titles=[[Occidente Welterweight Title]], [[Occidente Middleweight Title]], [[Northern Middleweight Title]] (2) He held two Campeonatos de Occidente (Occident championships); welterweight (1946) and middleweight (1948), the latter of which he event
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  • ...<ref>CMLL kept billing Azul as champion for a few weeks, then he won the [[Occidente Heavyweight Championship]] and this was never mentioned again</ref>|[[Mr. J [[Category:Championships]]
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  • ...but it's unclear if this championship was sanctioned similar to the other championships. There are many missing gaps and likely irregularities in reigns and title {{TitleDefenseLine|-<ref>El Informador 1961-09-08; billed as Occidente championship, but there's no other mention of a women's title and it's unli
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  • ...lisco II]]), [[NWA World Middleweight Championship]], all California State Championships.
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  • Starting in 1991, CMLL created a set of World Championships, as direct replacements for the [[NWA]] titles. ...a belt with them, CMLL will seem to have no problem in acknowledging their championships.
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  • ...Middleweight Title]], [[Occidente Welterweight Title]], [[Toluca Tag Team Championships]] (with [[Black Demon]]),[[Fake NWA Middleweight Title]]
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  • ...ente [[Weight Classes|Light Heavyweight]] Championship is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. It's been a relatively {{TitleHistorySpan|[[Occidente Light Heavyweight Tournament, 1954|eight man tournament for vacant champion
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  • ...Occidente [[Weight Classes|Middleweight]] Championship is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. It's controlled by the {{TitleHistorySpan|championship becomes Occidente Middleweight Championship sometime after 1950}}
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  • ...Occidente [[Weight Classes|Welterweight]] Championship is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. It's controlled by the ...ted as a new wrestler, and so could not logically defend this title. Local championships were not a priority in Guadalajara at the time - at one point, all were eit
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  • |titles=[[Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship]] (w/[[Stuka Jr.]]), [[Occidente Middleweight Championship]] ...Stuka Jr. seems to be used at a slightly higher level than Flash, but the championships are still mentioned and seen from time to time.
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  • |titles= [[Occidente Welterweight Championship]], [[CMLL World Welterweight Championship]](2),[[ ...etal Blanco]], but was clearly on the fast track to Mexico City. Won the [[Occidente Welterweight Championship]] before he left and didn't lose it before the na
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  • The '''Occidente Tag Team Championship''' is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. It's been a relatively ...pionship during the 1960s. (That was not the case with the other Occidente championships.) In modern times, the [[Jalisco Tag Team Championship]] is a different cha
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  • ...Occidente [[Weight Classes|Heavyweight]] Championship is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. It's controlled by the ...shot by defeating [[Tonina Jackson]] on May 16, title for title for the [[Occidente Light Heavyweight Championship]]</ref>|[[El Bulldog]]|[[Polo Torres]]|[[195
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  • The Occidente Trios Championship is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre comission. It's controlled by the {{TitleHistorySpan|[[Occidente Trios Tournament, 1985|eight team tournament for vacant championship]]; pos
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  • ...ght Heavyweight Championship|Light Heavyweight]]) and the Mexican National Championships held by CMLL men's luchadors ([[Mexican National Welterweight Championship| ...sixteen spots. That would lead to some wrestlers winning two or even three championships sometime during the year strictly for the purpose of having the right numbe
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  • ...Occidente [[Weight Classes|Lightweight]] Championship is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. It's controlled by the [[Category:Championships (without history)]]
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  • The Occidente Women's Championship is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. It's only noted as bei {{TitleHistorySpan|[[Occidente Women's Tournament, 1954|twelve man tournament for championship]]}}
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  • The Jalisco Women's Championship is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. It's only noted as bei This championship was mentioned in the 80s. It may have replaced by the [[Occidente Women's Championship]] and has not been mentioned in modern times.
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  • The Jalisco Lightweight Champion is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. Very little is known a ...[[Occidente Lightweight Championship]], so it's hard to know if these two championships are actually related.
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  • The Jalisco Lightweight Champion is one of the state championships of the [[Guadalajara]] box y lucha libre commission. Very little is known a ...became the [[Occidente]] championships of the same name. There is no known Occidente Featherweight championship, so it's likely this championship was just disco
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