Super Crazy

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Super Crazy
Super Crazy
Name Super Crazy
Real name Francisco Islas Rueda
Nicknames The Extreme Luchador, The Insane Luchador
Name history Super Crazy (debut - ), Histeria (AAA, 10/96 - fall/97), Super Loco (WWF), Super Crazzy (Promo Azteca, 97 - mid/98), El Locco (Germany)
Family Rey Pantera/Rey Cuervo/taz el feroz (cousin), Crazzy Boy (cousin), Pesadilla(sobrino)
Maestro(s) Rey Pantera/Rey Cuervo
Birth date, location December 3, 1973 - Tulancingo, Hidalgo
Obituary date
Debut, location February 1988 - Arena Neza - Mexico State
Lost mask to El Seminarista (Skayde)
Height 5'9"/174 cms
Weight 198 lbs/90 kg
Signature moves Triple Jump Moonsault, Springboard Moonsault, Asai Moonsault, Power Bomb
Titles: UWA World Welterweight Title (2), CWA (Germany) Junior Heavyweight Title (2), ECW World TV Title, IWA Junior Heavyweight Title (3), UWA World Junior Heavyweight title, IWA Hardcore Title (9), IWA Intercontinental Title (2), IWA Junior Heavyweight Title UWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship, NWA Canadian Junior Heavyweight Championship, ZERO-ONE/UPW/WORLD-1 International Junior Heavyweight Championship


Biography

Super Crazy is a world-renowned talent who is currently employed by World Wrestling Entertainment. Super Crazy is on the SmackDown! roster and was developing a feud with former partner Psicosis, but was taken off the road in July for elevated enzymes in his liver; he has yet to be seen on TV and/or House Shows.

Before being signed to WWE in 2005, he was briefly in the WWE as Super Loco and appeared frequently on the short-lived WWE Super-Astros program, as well as competiting for the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship.

Super Crazy is most remembered for his time in Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) from January 1999 to January 2001, where he held the ECW World Television Championship and engaged in a legendary feud against Yoshihiro Tajiri. Moreover, his Three-Way Dance contests against Yoshihiro Tajiri and Little Guido are considered by many to be the best incarnations of the Three-Way Dance concept. On June 12 2005 AT ECW One Night Stand, Super Crazy had a "Three Way Dance" again with Tajiri and Little Guido. Beating Tajiri with with a Top Rope Moonsault


Super Crazy has also competed in IWA Puerto-Rico, XPW (most notably against Psicosis), Ring of Honor and TNA.


Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
88/03? mask El Seminarista Super Crazy Arena Neza - Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico State?
96/??/?? hair Super Crazy Kid Guzmán Arena Neza - Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico State
98/03/06 mask Super Crazy Venum Black Arena Naucalpan - Naucalpan, Mexico State
04/04/30 hair Zumbido Super Crazy Arena México - Mexico City


Gallery

as Histeria w/ fellow Rudos De Las Galaxia
Early year picture
Another early year picture
WWE en México (2007)