Lady Apache

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Lady Apache
Lady Apache
Name Lady Apache
Real name Sandra González Calderón
Nicknames none
Name history Lady Apache (debut - )
Family Electro Shock (husband), Brazo de Oro (former husband), Gran Apache (former husband), Fabi and Mari Apache (former step daughters)
Maestro(s) Gran Apache, Pepe Casas, Raúl Reyes
Birth date, location June 26, 1970 - Mexico City
Obituary date
Debut, location June 30, 1986
Lost mask to
Height 5'3"/163 cms
Weight 123 lbs/56 kg
Signature moves La Mecedora (Rocking chair), Pendulum Submission, La Magistral, Plancha, La Tapatía
Titles: Distrito Federal Women's Title, CMLL World Women's Title (2), AAA Reina de Reinas Title, National Women's Title (2), AAA Mixed Tag Team Titles (w/ Electro Shock), PWR World Women's Title (3), 2011 Copa Herdez, WWA World Women's Championship, AIWA Universal Women's Championship, FULL Women's Championship


Lady Apache is an on and off member of CMLL & AAA. In her career she has jumped back and forth between those promotions multiple times with stretches of being associated with neither thrown in.

Lady Apache's out of the ring relationships (and the ending of them) seem to have hurt her career for now. Her short 2005 stint in CMLL was speculated to be aborted because of a backstage feud between her and her husband Electroshock and wrestler's union leader (and ex-husband) Brazo de Oro. Her return to AAA might have been just as short because of a (long rumored) break up with Electroshock. She now seems to be on her own.

When CMLL started programming women's bouts in Arena Mexico and Arena Coliseo DF, it seemed like Lady Apache was positioned to be the top tecnica star as she had been in AAA but after rudas Amapola and Dark Angel stole the first match (literally and figuratively), that perception changed. She still might have had a large role with the division, but her bit of bouncing back and forth between companies has left her in a spot of "young legend who's not particularly pushed."

Competed in the 2016 Lucha World Cup apart of Team Mexico.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/??/?? mask Lady Apache Violeta unknown
??/??/?? mask Lady Apache La Gata unknown
??/??/?? hair Lady Apache La Gata unknown
??/??/?? hair Lady Apache Pantera Sureña unknown
1988/06/26 hair Lady Apache La Mohicana Plaza de Toros de Mexicali
1998/11/15 hair Lady Apache Tania La Guerrillera Arena Coliseo - Mexico City
2002/05/26 hair (1) Lady Apache Cassandro Cd. Juárez, Chihuahua
2004/03/21 hair (2) Lady Apache Electro Shock El Toreo - Naucalpan, Mexico State
2004/07/18 hair (3) Charly Manson Lady Apache & Electro Shock El Toreo - Naucalpan, Mexico State
2006/10/13 hair Hiroka Lady Apache Arena Mexico
2008/08/29 hair (4) Lady Apache Amapola Arena Mexico
2020/01/05 hair (5) Lady Apache Lady Sensación Payne Arena - Hidalgo, Texas, USA
(1) 6 women & exotico cage match; (2) Apache & Shock vs. Chessman & Tiffany. Apache lost, but Shock 'sacrificed' his hair instead; (3) Electroshock was supposed to retire if he lost, but Lady Apache and Electroshock offered their hair up instead; (4) w/ Princesa Sujei & Marcela; (5) Ruleta de Muerte with Zeuxis & Estrellita


Goddess & Lady Apache

Hiroka vs Lady Hairs
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with amapolas hair
vs Amapola
Pro Wrestling Revolution Womans Champion
AIWA Universal Women's Champion

masked as La Magnífica
winning Lady Sensación's hair