Talented Monterrey based luchadora since 2007. She has a vast background in sports such as weightlifting, gimnastics, swimming, olympic wrestling, rugby, and more. Her father wrestled as Ultratumba, when she born, he was apperarently retired, but he used to take her along with her siblings (Ultratumba II and Baby Puma) to local lucha events at Arena El Jaguar. Her father knew David Valdez, the then head trainer at the time in that arena. One day, they were invited to train Lucha Libre. Her older brother was the first who started his train, then she joined when she was 10 years old, and eventually her sister followed them.
Lady Puma was trained by David Valdez and his sons Símbolo, Rey Demonio Jr., and Golden Boy. Chucho Villa also contributed with her preparation. She only practiced lucha libre as a sport and had no interest in becoming a professional luchadora at first. However, she began to like it more and more until she eventually decided to become professional. Her ring name was an idea of David Valdez. He had a list of possible names for her and she chose the one of Lady Puma.
Her debut was on March 2, 2007 in Arena El Jaguar at the age of 12! She was ruda in her first years of career, but she turned into tecnica. Became a local fan favorite earning the nicknames of "La Reina de San Bernabe" and "La Reina del Jaguar". Wrestled in LLF's Arena Femenil and all the Arenas of Monterrey. Lady Puma also had presentations in Reynosa, Matamoros, Nuevo Laredo, and Arena López Mateos. Participated twice in the AAA Quien Pinta Para La Corona. In both ocassions she won in Monterrey and reached the national finals. Trained in CMLL for about 5 days, because she was only there for vacations.
Recognized as the best luchadora by almost all arenas of Monterrey. She was awarded as Luchadora of the Year for four years in a row from 2012 until 2016.
Luchas de apuestas record
|Arena and/or Place
|Arena Santa Marta
|Terraza Elma - Apodaca, Nuevo León