Vanguardia 4X4 Championship

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Current Champion

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Puma de Oro is the current champion.

History of Championship

The Vanguardia 4x4 Championship is a Lucha Libre Championship promoted by the Hidalgo based promotion Vanguardia Lucha Libre. The idea came from Miedo Extremo, Ciclope, and Drastik Boy who remembered the WWE's Hardcore Championship. The Vanguardia 4x4 Championship follows the same 24/7 rules as the WWE Hardcore Championship or the Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship. It should be constantly defended anywhere against anyone, even outside of matches or outside a ring, as anyone can become champion by pinning the champion or making him submit as long as a referee is there to confirm the win. It is the first Mexican Championship that follows the 24/7 rules[1].

The championship was introduced on November 15, 2019 in Pachuca, Hidalgo during a press conference. It was explained that anyone could become champion regardless the promotion or the match stipulations. Even staff members or photographers or anyone linked to lucha libre. The Championship is also winnable regardless of gender as Zuzu Divine became the first female champion. The Odaiba Squad became the first group acknowledged as collective champions, all six members shared the championship. The first non-wrestler to become champion was José Manuel Guillén.[2]; However, his reign lasted for just a few minutes before being defeated by Fly Star.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
Triple Threat Match to Define the First Champion
1 Simbolo Azteca Fresero Jr.
Piloto
2019.11.16 Salón CNC - Morelia, Michoacán
2 Adrenalina Simbolo Azteca 2019.11.17 Alaz Luchas Restaurant - Guadalajara, Jalisco
3 Simbolo Azteca [2] Adrenalina 2019.11.17 Outside of Arena Jalisco
1 Kulikitaka[3]
Falcon Fire
2019.12.29 Deportivo 11 de Julio - Pachuca, Hidalgo
4 Zuzu Divine Simbolo Azteca
Mr. Chivo
2020.01.01 Autolavado MV - Tulancingo, Hidalgo
5 Jitsu
Dragón Boy
Rey Dragón
Caballero de Atena
Shun Skywalker
Falcon Fire
Zuzu Divine 2020.01.01 Autolavado MV - Tulancingo, Hidalgo
6 Juan el Ranchero Falcon Fire 2020.02.02 Cancha Deportivo 11 de Julio - Pachuca, Hidalgo
7 Fly Star Juan el Ranchero 2020.02.02 Cancha Deportivo 11 de Julio - Pachuca, Hidalgo
8 José Manuel Guillén Fly Star 2020.02.03 Coliseo Coacalco, Coacalco, Estado de México
9 Fly Star [2] José Manuel Guillén 2020.02.03 Coliseo Coacalco, Coacalco, Estado de México
10 Psycho Kid Fly Star 2020.02.03 Coliseo Coacalco, Coacalco, Estado de México
11 Fly Star [3] Psycho Kid 2020.02.03 Coliseo Coacalco, Coacalco, Estado de México
12 Puma de Oro Fly Star 2020.03.07 Monterrey, Nuevo León
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. MásLucha TV
  2. MásLuchaTV
  3. Kulukitaka stole the title prior the event (he did not win it)

Gallery of Championship

Simbolo Azteca, 1st Champion
Adrenalina, 2nd Champion
Simbolo Azteca, 3rd Champion
Zuzu Divine, 4th Champion
Odaiba Squad, 5th Champions


Juan el Ranchero, 6th Champion
Fly Star, 7th, 9th & 11th Champion
José Manuel Guillén, 8th Champion