La Parka AAA

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For other wrestlers who have used the name Karis La Momia, see this page.

La Parka Jr. redirects here - not to be confused with LA Park Jr. or Hijo de LA Park


La Parka
La Parka
Name La Parka
Real name Jesús Alfonso Escoboza Huerta
Nicknames El Estandarte De AAA (The Standard Of AAA), La Huesuda (The Bony)
Name history Bello Sexy (debut - 05/92), Maligno (05/92 - ??), Cráter, Santa Esmeralda, Karis La Momia (95 - 11/96), La Calaca (1st appearance at the end of 1996? disputed), La Parka Jr./La Parka (11/96 - death), Duro (1998)
Family Tabu (brother), Karis La Momia Jr. (son)
Maestro(s) América Salvaje, Resplandor, Mike Cañedo
Birth date, location January 4, 1966 - Hermosillo, Sonora
Obituary date January 11, 2020 - Hermosillo, Sonora
Debut, location 1987 - Arena Cuatro Caminos - Hermosillo, Sonora
Lost mask to
Height 183 cm/6'0"
Weight 98 kg/216 lb
Signature moves One-Handed Quebradora Con Giro, Small Package, Spinning Headlock Elbow Drop
Titles: AAA Rey De Reyes Tournament (2001, 2003, 2005, 2007 & 2014), Copa Antonio Peña 2013, DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship, GPCW SUPER-X Monster Championship, LAW Light Heavyweight Championship, Mexican National Atomicos Championship (w/Blue Demon Jr., Máscara Sagrada Jr. & Perro Aguayo Jr.), Mexican National Cruiserweight Championship (2), Mexican National Tag Team Championship (2, once w/Máscara Sagrada, once w/Octagón), Pacific Coast Heavyweight Championship


Not to be confused with the original La Parka, who was forced to give up the rights to the name (as it was owned by AAA founder Antonio Peña) when he jumped to CMLL in 2003, and is now known as L.A. Park. La Parka Jr. is a longtime tecnico who competes in AAA.

On October 20, 2019 while wrestling for the KAOZ promotion in Arena Coliseo Monterrey, La Parka failed a Tope Suicida over Rush, hitting his head into the barricade, and falling thru the floor. The incident lead in La Parka with severe injuries on his head, and neck. He was taken to hospital by staff; after several surgeries, and after being moved on to his hometown out of Hermosillo, La Parka died on January 11, 2020 due to lungs and kidney failure. He was 54 years old at the time of his death.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/12/17 hair Bello Sexy Huracán Jr. unknown
1996/07/15 mask (1) Karis la Momia Halcón Dorado Jr. Centro de Convenciones - Acapulco, Guerrero
2000/02/05 mask La Parka Jr. Gigante Drako Toreo de Cuatro Caminos- Mexico State
2001/04/20 mask La Parka Jr. El Hijo Del Espectro Auditorio De Tijuana
2001/08/10 mask (2) La Parka Jr. Akuma Auditorio De Tijuana
2004/06/20 mask La Parka Jr. Cibernetico El Toreo De Naucalpan
2004/08/31 mask La Parka Jr. La Bestia Arena Juba - Reynosa, Tamaulipas
2005/08/30 hair (3) La Parka Jr. El Angel (Juba) Arena Juba - Reynosa, Tamaulipas
2005/10/25 mask La Parka Jr. Destroyer II (not Guadalajara's Destroyer II) Arena Coliseo - Reynosa, Tamaulipas
2006/06/18 mask La Parka Jr. Muerte Cibernetica Toreo de Cuatro Caminos - Naucalpan, Mexico State
(1) Cage match w/ Junior Atomicos vs. Karis/Payasos; (2) Hexagonal de la Muerte; (3) Not El Angel(Oscar Sevilla) from AAA


as Bello Sexy
as Santa Esmeralda
as Maligno
as Maligno
as Duro
as Duro with Directo
as Karis la Momia
as Karis la Momia, MEX Cruiserweight Champ
as La Parka AAA
as La Parka AAA (old entrance Attire)

Whit Arturo Rivera In an interview in 2007
as DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Champion
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other design of mask
unmasked as Santa Esmeralda
Los Atomicos del Terror with Hijo del Espectro & Budu
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