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{{Gallerywide|name=aaachamp_cibernetico.jpg|caption=[[Cibernetico]], 3rd, 5th & 7th Champion}}The AAA Campeón de Campeones Championship served exactly the purpose the name indicates; the holder was to be champion of all the many different champions in AAA. It was created in 1996.
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== Current Champion (Defunct Championship) ==
  
 
== History of Championship ==
 
== History of Championship ==
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The AAA Campeón de Campeones Championship served exactly the purpose the name indicates; the holder was to be champion of all the many different champions in AAA. It was created in 1996.
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== Champions Listing ==
 
== Champions Listing ==
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{{TitleHistoryStart}}
 
{{TitleHistoryStart}}
{{TitleHistorySpan|8 Man Torneo Cibernetico to crown initial champion involving: [[Juventud Guerrera]], [[Konnan]], [[Pantera II|Pantera]], [[Perro Aguayo]], [[Pierroth Jr.]], [[Pimpinela Escarlata]], [[Psicosis]] & [[Villano III]]}}
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{{TitleHistorySpan|8 man torneo cibernetico to crown initial champion involving: [[Juventud Guerrera]], [[Konnan]], [[Pantera II|Pantera]], [[Perro Aguayo]], [[Pierroth Jr.]], [[Pimpinela Escarlata]], [[Psicosis]] & [[Villano III]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|1|[[Pierroth Jr.]]|[[Konnan]]|[[1996]].[[June 15|06.15]]|[[Orizaba]], [[Veracruz]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|1|[[Pierroth Jr.]]|[[Konnan]]|[[1996]].[[June 15|06.15]]|[[Orizaba]], [[Veracruz]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|2|[[Latin Lover]]|[[Pierroth Jr.]]|[[1997]].[[February 15|02.15]]|[[Cuernavaca]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|2|[[Latin Lover]]|[[Pierroth Jr.]]|[[1997]].[[February 15|02.15]]|[[Cuernavaca]]}}
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{{TitleHistoryLine|5|[[Cibernetico]] [2]|[[Perro Aguayo]]|[[1998]].??.??|?}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|5|[[Cibernetico]] [2]|[[Perro Aguayo]]|[[1998]].??.??|?}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|1|[[Latin Lover]]|[[1998]].[[May 8|05.08]]|[[Nuevo Laredo]], [[Tamaulipas]]}}
 
{{TitleDefenseLine|1|[[Latin Lover]]|[[1998]].[[May 8|05.08]]|[[Nuevo Laredo]], [[Tamaulipas]]}}
{{TitleDefenseLine|2|[[Sangre Chicana]]|[[1999]].[[April 16|04.16]]|[[Tulancingo]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|2|[[Perro Aguayo]]|[[1998]].[[08.16]]|[[Manzanillo]]}}
{{TitleDefenseLine|3|[[Heavy Metal]]|[[2000]].[[April 16|04.16]]|[[Arena Solidaridad]] - [[Monterrey]], [[Nuevo Leon]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|3|[[Sangre Chicana]]|[[1999]].[[April 16|04.16]]|[[Tulancingo]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|4|[[Latin Lover]]|[[1999]].[[05.14]]|[[Tijuana]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|5|[[Latin Lover]]|[[1999]].[[08.13]]|[[Tijuana]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|6|[[Heavy Metal]]|[[2000]].[[April 16|04.16]]|[[Arena Solidaridad]] - [[Monterrey]], [[Nuevo Leon]]}}
 
{{TitleDefenseSpan|[[AAA Campeón de Campeones Tournament|9 man tournament for title shot]]}}
 
{{TitleDefenseSpan|[[AAA Campeón de Campeones Tournament|9 man tournament for title shot]]}}
{{TitleDefenseLine|4|[[Hector Garza]]|[[2000]].[[July 18|07.18]]|[[Nuevo Laredo]], [[Tamaulipas]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|7|[[Hector Garza]]|[[2000]].[[July 18|07.18]]|[[Nuevo Laredo]], [[Tamaulipas]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|8<ref>billed as a title for title match for the [[Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship]], but both appear to still be champions after this match</ref>|[[Hector Garza]]|[[2000]].[[08.05]]|[[Auditorio Municipal, Torreón, Coahuila]]}}
 
{{TitleDefenseSpan|title for title ([[IWC World Heavyweight Championship]]) match}}
 
{{TitleDefenseSpan|title for title ([[IWC World Heavyweight Championship]]) match}}
{{TitleDefenseLine|5|[[Hector Garza]]|[[2000]].[[August 18|08.18]]|[[Queretaro]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|9|[[Hector Garza]]|[[2000]].[[August 18|08.18]]|[[Queretaro]]}}
 
{{TitleDefenseSpan|title for title ([[AAA Rey de Reyes]]) match}}
 
{{TitleDefenseSpan|title for title ([[AAA Rey de Reyes]]) match}}
{{TitleDefenseLine|6|[[Abismo Negro]]|[[2001]].[[February 17|02.17]]|?}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|10|[[Abismo Negro]]|[[2001]].[[February 17|02.17]]|[[Orizaba]]}}
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{{TitleDefenseLine|11|[[Abismo Negro]]|[[2000]].[[12.08]]|[[Cd. Madero]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|6|[[Heavy Metal]]|[[Cibernetico]]|[[2001]].[[June 30|06.30]]|[[Hermosillo]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|6|[[Heavy Metal]]|[[Cibernetico]]|[[2001]].[[June 30|06.30]]|[[Hermosillo]]}}
{{TitleHistorySpan|following match was held in a Cage}}
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{{TitleHistorySpan|following match was held in a cage}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|7|[[Cibernetico]] [3]|[[Heavy Metal]]|[[2001]].[[August 3|08.03]]|[[Queretaro]]}}
 
{{TitleHistoryLine|7|[[Cibernetico]] [3]|[[Heavy Metal]]|[[2001]].[[August 3|08.03]]|[[Queretaro]]}}
 
{{TitleHistorySpan|championship occasionally mentioned but considered inactive}}
 
{{TitleHistorySpan|championship occasionally mentioned but considered inactive}}
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== Gallery of Champions ==
 
== Gallery of Champions ==
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{{Gallery|name=PierrothCdeC.jpg|caption=[[Pierroth Jr.]], 1st Champion}}
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{{Gallery|name=aaachamp_cibernetico.jpg|caption=[[Cibernetico]], 3rd, 5th & 7th Champion}}
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[[Category:Championships]]
 
[[Category:Championships]]

Latest revision as of 20:07, 10 June 2016

Current Champion (Defunct Championship)

History of Championship

The AAA Campeón de Campeones Championship served exactly the purpose the name indicates; the holder was to be champion of all the many different champions in AAA. It was created in 1996.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
8 man torneo cibernetico to crown initial champion involving: Juventud Guerrera, Konnan, Pantera, Perro Aguayo, Pierroth Jr., Pimpinela Escarlata, Psicosis & Villano III
1 Pierroth Jr. Konnan 1996.06.15 Orizaba, Veracruz
2 Latin Lover Pierroth Jr. 1997.02.15 Cuernavaca
3 Cibernetico Latin Lover 1997.12.05 Auditorio De Tijuana
4 Perro Aguayo Cibernetico 1998.02.08 Chihuahua
5 Cibernetico [2] Perro Aguayo 1998.??.?? ?
1 Latin Lover 1998.05.08 Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
2 Perro Aguayo 1998.08.16 Manzanillo
3 Sangre Chicana 1999.04.16 Tulancingo
4 Latin Lover 1999.05.14 Tijuana
5 Latin Lover 1999.08.13 Tijuana
6 Heavy Metal 2000.04.16 Arena Solidaridad - Monterrey, Nuevo Leon
9 man tournament for title shot
7 Hector Garza 2000.07.18 Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas
8[1] Hector Garza 2000.08.05 Auditorio Municipal, Torreón, Coahuila
title for title (IWC World Heavyweight Championship) match
9 Hector Garza 2000.08.18 Queretaro
title for title (AAA Rey de Reyes) match
10 Abismo Negro 2001.02.17 Orizaba
11 Abismo Negro 2000.12.08 Cd. Madero
6 Heavy Metal Cibernetico 2001.06.30 Hermosillo
following match was held in a cage
7 Cibernetico [3] Heavy Metal 2001.08.03 Queretaro
championship occasionally mentioned but considered inactive
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. billed as a title for title match for the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship, but both appear to still be champions after this match

Gallery of Champions

Pierroth Jr., 1st Champion
Cibernetico, 3rd, 5th & 7th Champion


V AAA/PAP Championships E
AAA: Cruiser (Laredo Kid) • Heavy (Kenny Omega) • Latin American (Drago)
Minis (Dinastia) • Mixed Tag (Villano III Jr. & Lady Maravilla) • Reina de Reinas (Tessa Blanchard)
Tag (Fénix & Pentagón Jr.) • Trios (Los Jinetes del Aire (Golden Magic, Hijo del Vikingo, Myzteziz Jr.))
Tournaments: Rey de Reyes (Aerostar) • Copa Antonio Pena (Pagano) • Copa TripleManía (Pagano)
Lucha World Cup (Pagano & Psycho Clown)
Defunct: Americas HeavyAmericas TriosCampeón de CampeonesIWC Heavy
IWC MiddleIWC MinisIWC TagSecond/MascotaGPCW SUPER-X MonsterLucha Libre PremierFusion
Unofficial: AAA Northern Tag (Kuas Extrem & Snaiper) • AAA Northern Middle: (The Tiger) • AAA Northern Light Heavy (Lemus Jr.)