La Máscara

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Tons of wrestlers have used the generic name of La Máscara; this one is the former CMLL wrestler

another Brazo de Oro Jr. (II) took over this name in 2013.


La Máscara (The Mask)
La Máscara (The Mask)
Name La Máscara (The Mask)
Real name Felipe de Jesús Alvarado Mendoza
Nicknames "El Papi de Papis", "La Elegancia del 6X6"
Name history Brazo de Oro Jr. (debut - 11/04), La Máscara (11/04 -)
Family Shadito Cruz (grandfather), Brazo de Oro (father), Máximo & Psycho Clown (cousins), El Brazo, Brazo Cibernético, Super Brazo, Brazo de Platino, Brazo de Plata & La Alimaña (uncles), Lady Apache (step-mother); see Brazo Family
Maestro(s) Shadito Cruz, Brazo Cibernético, Brazo de Oro, El Hijo del Gladiador
Birth date, location January 8, 1982 - México City
Obituary date
Debut, location April 2, 2000 - Mexico State
Lost mask to Dragon Lee - September 2, 2016 - Arena México, Mexico City
Height 175 cm/5'9"
Weight 85 kg/187 lb
Signature moves Campana, Spinning Armdrag, ringpost plancha, Manny Lorenz[1]
Titles: Mexican National Welterweight Championship, 2006 Reyes del Aire, Mexican National Light Heavyweight Title, Mexican National Trios Championship (w/Titan, Rush), CMLL World Trios Titles (w/ Hector Garza & Hijo del Fantasma), CMLL World Trios Championship (w/La Sombra & Máscara Dorada), NWA World Historic Middleweight Championship, CMLL World Tag Team Championship (w/Rush), CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship


La Máscara is a Mexican independent wrestler, previously a midcard tecnico in CMLL. From May 2005 to December 2006, he was Mexican National Welterweight Champion, with all of this defenses so far having come away from Mexico City. (He lost the belt to Sangre Azteca.) La Máscara is the son of Brazo de Oro, and the promotion acknowledges the relationship.

La Máscara has been pushed strongly since changing to that gimmick (from Brazo de Oro Jr.), with some thought that it might be due to his family connections. His work has appeared to catch up with his push this year, and he's a solid high flier.

Became a member of Los Ingobernables.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
2002/08/24 mask Brazo de Oro Jr. Némesis Auditorio Flores Magón - Oaxaca, Oaxaca
2005/08/04 hair (1) La Máscara Mosco De La Merced Palenque De La Feria - Aguascalientes
2011/06/17 mask La Máscara Averno Arena Mexico - Mexico City
2016/09/02 mask Dragon Lee La Máscara Arena Mexico - Mexico City
(1) Finals of a Ruleta De La Muerte


on left as Brazo De Oro Jr.
as Mexican National Welterweight Champion

Unmasked Threatens Dragon Lee