After him, a new generation was born - more colorful and flashy costumes and less use of matwork but faster work and new and more spectacular dives. Mictlán was originally an enmascarado, or masked wrestler but lost his mask to Dragón Rojo, Jr., on August 8, 2008. || kahoz luchador - Duration: 10:12. [26] He returned with the CMLL contingent the following year for Fantastica Mania 2013, this time a three show tour. [5] When the original Misterioso left CMLL the promotion began billing Misterioso II as "Misterioso Jr.", although they alternated between the names, not consistently using one or the other. A year later, Dan Farren's Hollywood Heavyweight Wrestling started out, and Konnan brought him there. The top half of the bracket took place on December 22, 2009 and the bottom half of the bracket took place on December 29. Before Misterioso, the most common generic tecnico around the country was cut ot of the Atlantis/Lizmark mold - a guy with solid mat skills, a basic outfit with a nice mask, good workrate and basic, but spectacular dives. Starting 1992, Misterioso was put in a team with another young wrestler called Volador. that Poder Mexica had been stripped of the Mexican National Trios title because Black Warrior had left CMLL, breaking up the team. Premise. From then on, Volador and Misterioso reformed their legendary team, but even though Volador was still a really great worker, Misterioso's knees and performance level were way gone. In early 2009 Black Warrior was suspended for a month, leaving his group Poder Mexica one man short for their six-man matches. He worked as Super Spider on the Mexican independent circuit from 1995 until 2003, where he changes his name to "Misterioso II" and began teaming with his uncle Misterioso. On the first night of the tour Misterioso Jr., Gedo, Jado lost to Prince Devitt, Ryusuke Taguchi and Tiger Mask. On December 6, 1991, Misterioso defeated Fuerza at La Arena México to become the NWA World Welterweight champ. However, Antonio Peña from EMLL contacted him and promised him a lot of money and a big push. Albert Christian Hardie Jr.[4] (nacido el 7 de diciembre de 1987) es un luchador profesional estadounidense más conocido por el nombre de ACH. The level of work displayed in their series of matches is one of the reasons that put AAA on the map as one of the best promotions in the world when it came to actual good matches. He resumed his rivalry with the Misterios and had a respect/hate relationship with Santo, as Misterioso wanted to help Santo and get him to turn rudo, but Santo didn't want a part of that as even though in Mexico City he was a rudo and having a hot feud with Negro Casas, his plan was to be a rudo the capital only. And even that way, Volador suffered a serious injury, so as Misterioso couldn't work the tecnico style successfully anymore, he became a rudo again in a matter of months. Misterioso was only a brawler back then and he was briefly known as El Rey del Tenedor (the king of the fork), as his only "highspot" was a fork stab, but he pulled out a last great performance to lose his mask with dignity. [15] At the CMLL 76th Anniversary Show Misterioso Jr. once again teamed with Poder Mexico, this time actually announced as a member Poder Mexica, in a loss to El Sagrado, Hijo del Fantasma and Máscara Dorada. Also, on September 5, 1999, he lost his hair in Anaheim against El Hijo del Santo. Starting 1997, Misterioso left AAA and became an independent wrestler, only based out of California and Baja California. He hasn't done a whole lot since then. He also began working for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) in the opening matches. Rey was so high on this guy that when he debuted on June 10, 1988, at the Auditorio de Tijuana, he was given the Rey Misterio II gimmick. Misterioso won the Gran Alternativa teaming with Perro Aguayo Jr., which gave him a sort of associate membership in Perros del Mal for a while. Misterioso was really over as he had an awesome mask, an athletic body and a dynamic aerial style. Misterioso II's career year so far has been 2006. The wrestler who would later become known as "Misterioso Jr." made his debut in 1995 under the ring name "Super Spider", a masked look patterned after the comic book hero Spider-Man. In the first round they defeated Lizmark Jr. and Máscara Purpura, in the second round the beat Héctor Garza and Hombre Sin Nombre and in the finals they defeated Último Guerrero and Nitro giving Misterioso Jr. his first big profile win. Lucha-Filme, Luchador-Filme oder Lucha-Libre-Filme ist ein mexikanisches Filmgenre, das in den 1950er Jahren populär wurde und eng mit Lucha Libre, der mexikanischen Form des Wrestlings verbunden ist. [17] On December 19, 2009 it was announced by the Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F. On February 28, 2015 Misterioso Jr. and Sagrado defeated Delta and Guerrero Maya Jr. to win the championship. Jonathan de Jesus Navarro Jímenez (born August 25, 1982) is a Mexican Luchador, or professional wrestler, currently working for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) using the ring name Mictlán. [4] capping off his first full year in CMLL Misterio II participated in the annual Leyenda de Plata tournament, but did not make it past the qualifying torneo cibernetico match as he was eliminated by Super Crazy as the first man out. He's been a regular of the lucha WPW, based out of Anaheim, CA, and he was their champion for a while. [19] On January 6, 2010 Mascara Dorada, Stuka Jr. and Metro defeated Poder Mexica to become the new Mexican National Trios Champions. He was improving and getting nice money, but maybe his expectations were too high so he started 1991 by quitting wrestling and re-joining the U.S. Army. He's the second kid from a family of three boys and a girl. They were a really great team and had a memorable feud with Los Destructores (Tony Arce and Rocco Valente) for the National Tag Team Titles. In late 1994, he briefly became a member of the Gringos Locos stable, mainly to cover the absences of Eddy Guerrero, Love Machine and Black Cat when they were in Japan. However, his love for lucha was born when he decided to attend a lucha libre card in Tijuana. Even though they were feuding all the time, the Volador vs. Misterioso feud was pushed hard during all of 1995 and on July 14 they had their famous mask vs. mask at El Toreo de Tijuana (TJ bullring), which is considered Misterioso's "hometown". On the night Misterioso Jr., El Texano Jr. and Virus lost to Último Dragón, La Máscara and Volador Jr.[11] On August 29, 2008 Misterioso Jr. teamed with La Peste Negra (El Felino and Heavy Metal) in the second match of CMLL's Sin Pieda Pay-Per-View, losing to El Hijo del Fantasma, La Máscara and La Sombra. This page was last edited on 5 November 2020, at 17:40. In 2005 Misterioso Jr. once again competed in the Gran Alternativa, this time teaming with veteran Dr. Wagner Jr. Misterioso Jr. has mainly worked for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) throughout his career, where he won the 2006 Gran Alternativa tournament with Perro Aguayo Jr. Over the summer of 2009, Misterioso Jr. joined the wrestling group Poder Mexica. [22] On December 19, 2015 La Comando lost the CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship to the team of Guerrero Maya Jr. and The Panther. This match drew a great 16,000 crowd, and even though the match itself was great, it's the finish what makes it a classic. [12] Two days after Sin Piedad Misterioso Jr. won his first championship as he defeated El Gallo for the Occidente (Western) Light Heavyweight Championship on August 31, 2008 in Guadalajara, Jalisco. [24], On January 21, 2012 Misterioso Jr. travelled to Japan to wrestle for the first time, participating in the CMLL/New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) Fantastica Mania tour. [30], "Histórico de ganadores del torneo: La Gran Alternativa", "Lo Mejor de la Lucha Libre Mexicana 2008", "Resultados: Homenaje a Dos Leyendas 2009 – El Villano V es Raymundo Díaz Mendoza, con 32 años de luchador, 46 de edad – Toscano con tobillo fracturado – Negro Casas nuevo campeón", "76 Aniversario del CMLL (Cobertura y Resultados en vivo 18 septiembre 2009) – Místico vs Negro Casas – Máscara vs Cabellera", "El Poder Mexica es el segundo finalista por el Campeonato Nacional de Tercias", "¡Nuevos campeones nacionales de tercias! [23] During the summer of 2016 Comandante Pierroth joined up with his son Rush and became a member of Los Ingobernables, leaving Sagrado and Misterioso Jr. on their own. Both adopted the ring character and mask of their father, competing as Misterioso Negro and Misterio Blanco. Emanuel Alejandro Rodríguez[1] [2] [3] (14 de noviembre de 1986) es un luchador profesional mexicano-estadounidense que actualmente compite en la WWE en la marca SmackDown, bajo el nombre de Kalisto. Both guys' careers was given a new life, and different combinations of those great workers provided weeks and weeks of very good TV matches. [28] On the following night he teamed up with The Tempura Boyz (Sho and Yohey), losing to the team of The Cabinet (Rhett Titus, Kenny King and Caprice Coleman). In early 2015 La Comando began an storyline rivalry with the team of Delta and Guerrero Maya Jr. over the CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship. Blue Panther (who was seconding Misterioso) was going to martinete (piledrive) Volador, and probably give him a career- ending injury. [9] On March 30, 2007 Misterioso Jr. appeared on CMLL's Homenaje a Dos Leyendas show, teaming with Black Warrior and Tarzan Boy to defeat Leono, El Sagrado and Volador Jr. in a Six-man tag team match. für Freistilkampf) ist eine Form des professionellen Wrestling, die in Mexiko entwickelt wurde. Volador was always flashier, but Misterioso's timing and execution was generally better. [29], Misterioso Jr. has two sons who made their professional wrestling debut in early 2020. In 1988 Misterio II also worked for David Shults' "Muscle Rock" promotion as The Centipede, usually teaming with one of the Guerreros or Konnan. Lucha Libre (span. José Christian Alvarado Ruiz (born November 8, 1980) is a Mexican Luchador or professional wrestler where's is currently signed to Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA) performing as Máximo (Spanish for "Maximus").. Maximo while working for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) as Máximo Sexy until May 2017. The Misteriosos were eliminated in the first round by eventual winners Místico and El Hijo del Santo. Peña was looking for new, fresh talent to put on TV and once again, Konnan suggested Rey Misterio II's name to a promoter. So in September, his name was changed to Misterioso and he was given a big program against respected and charismatic rudo Fuerza Guerrera. [25] On the second night Misterioso Jr. and Taichi lost to Jushin Thunder Liger and Máximo. During his first years he mostly wrestled in Mexicali, Tijuana, Ensenada and California. [27], On November 3, 2016 Misterioso Jr. made his debut for the US based Ring of Honor (ROH) promotion at their Survival of the Fittest double show in Texas. During late 1986 he moved to Tijuana and started to train at the local gym with Rey Misterio Sr., though he also learnt from Super Astro, and locals La Gacela and Caballero 2000 (Damian). Misterioso was born on May 28, 1966 in Los Angeles, California (some sources say he is from Santa Bárbara, but he claimed to be from L.A. when he lost his mask), but he's got Mexican blood as both his parents are from Oaxaca. While Rey Misterio Jr. was pushed higher in the cards, the Volador/Misterioso team seemed to be stuck in nowhere. During 1999 he was briefly living at Valle de Guadalupe in Ensenada, B.C., and nowadays he still wrestles from time to time in Tijuana, Ensenada, Mexicali and California, just like he used to when he started out. On August 29, 1993 (still as a tecnico) he became the first IWC World Middleweight champion ever by defeating Huichol in San Diego, CA. They once had a match for Konnan's LAWA Heavyweight Title that is remembered as a local lucha classic - though here, Misterioso worked as The Predator. The show is set in Luchaville, a fictional town in Southern California centered on lucha libre where nearly everyone in that town wears a mask (which they are never seen without) and costume and a signature move. Misterioso Jr. (Birthdate unknown) is a Mexican luchador enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler, who is also referred to as Misterioso II.Misterioso Jr. is the nephew of Misterioso who wore a similar mask until losing it in 1997. Misterioso's influence on lucha libre is very underrated, as with him came a big change that is ofter overlooked. Volador and Misterioso, were loyal to Peña (who made them stars) so they jumped with him to AAA. アベルノ(Averno)のリングネームで知られるレナト・ルイス(Renato Ruíz Cortes、1977年 3月9日 - )は、メキシコのプロレスラー。 アベルノ プロフィール リングネーム アベルノ レンコール・ラティーノ 本名 レナト・ルイス・コルテス Volador, out of respect for his old friend and partner, dragged him to the ring and put him on top of himself for the three count. [21], In 2013 Misterioso Jr. began to team regularly with the newest version of Comandante Pierroth and the recently turned Sagrado to form a group called La Comando Caribeño ("The Caribbean Commando"), adopting a storyline allegiance to Puerto Rico. Delta es el nuevo integrante", "Resultados Arena Coliseo Sabados 20 de Febrero '15", "RESULTADOS ARENA COLISEO® – SÁBADOS RETRO, SÁBADO 19 DE DICIEMBRE '15", "¡Rompieron los Ingobernables! At a young age he excelled as an athlete and sportsman, especially in amateur wrestling, and when he became a legal adult he joined the U.S. Army. [14] After Black Warrior's suspension was over he took over from Misterioso Jr. for a while, but over the summer of 2009 Misterioso Jr. began teaming more with Poder Mexico' than Black Warrior did. http://luchawiki.com/index.php?title=Misterioso&oldid=191081, El Señor de los Enigmas (Lord Enigma), El Rey del Tenedor (The King of the fork), Rey Misterio II (06/10/88 - 09/91), The Centipede (03/10/1988-6/10/88), The Predator (1989), Misterioso (09/91 - ), Auditorio de Tijuana - Tijuana, Baja California, Gimnasio Juan de la Barrera - Mexico City, El Toreo de Tijuana - Tijuana, Baja California, Anaheim Indoor Marketplace - Anaheim, CA, USA, Arena Frank and Sons - City Of Industry, California, Estadio Calimax, Tijuana, Baja California. [18] The bottom bracket took place on December 29, 2009 and saw Poder Mexica (Azteca, Rojo Jr. and Misterioso Jr.) defeat Fabian El Gitano, Máximo and Rouge and then Delta, Leono and Valiente to qualify for the final. [10] Misterioso Jr. did not compete in the 2007 Gran Alternativa or Leyenda de Plata, keeping a low profile until appearing on the CMLL 74th Anniversary Show on September 29, 2007. José Christian Alvarado Ruiz[1] (born November 8, 1980) is a Mexican Luchador or professional wrestler where's is currently signed to Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA) performing as Máximo (Spanish for "Maximus"). In 2004 Misterioso and Misterioso II participated in the Gran Alternativa tournament, a tag team tournament where an experienced wrestler teams up with a Novato (rookie) in a one night tournament. At the same time they announced an eight team tournament to crown a new trios champion. Before Misterioso, the most common generic tecnico around the country was cut ot of the Atlantis/Lizmark mold - a guy with solid mat skills, a basic outfit with a nice mask, good workrate and basic, but spectacular dives. Rush vs. La Máscara", "NJPW-CMLL: Resultados "Fantasticamania 2012″ día 1", "NJPW-CMLL: Resultados "Fantasticamanía 2012″ Día 2", "CMLL/NJPW: Resultados "Fantasticamanía 2013" – Día 1", "Misterio Negro y Blanco han dejado un grato sabor de boca en la lucha libre", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Misterioso_Jr.&oldid=962830705, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Occidente Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time), UIPW Heavyweight Championship (1 time, current), This page was last edited on 16 June 2020, at 07:53. [3] Shortly after the Gran Alternativa Misteriosos II worked on the CMLL 71st Anniversary Show, teaming with Místico and Volador Jr. to defeat the team of Averno, Mephisto and Olímpico. There they were put in a team with Rey Misterio Jr. (who briefly wrestled as Rey Misterio II, and had actually teamed with Misterioso and Rey Misterio in the past) called "La Tercia del Aire", and continued their feud with Arce, Valente, and now also Arce's younger brother, Rocco Valente.
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