Magia Blanca

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For other wrestlers who have wrestled as Magnífico, see this disambiguation. There was another wrestler who used the Magia Blanca name in 2000s.


Magia Blanca (White Magic)
Magia Blanca (White Magic)
Name Magia Blanca (White Magic)
Real name
Name history Magnífico I (debut - 2015), Monaguillo I (Laguna, 2011), El Príncipe (TxT, 2015), Magia Blanca (CMLL, 2015 -)
Family Angelikal & Magnífico II (cousins), Apóstol Jr. (uncle), Tony Arellano (grandfather), El Húngaro (great grandfather); see Arellano Family
Maestro(s) Indio Chirikawa, Stuka, Tony Arellano, Último Guerrero
Birth date, location June 26, 1993 - Torreón, Coahuila
Obituary date
Debut, location July 26, 2011 - Deportivo Torreón, Torreón
Lost mask to
Height 170 cm/5'7"
Weight 78 kg/172 lb
Signature moves
Titles: CMLL Nuevos Valores Tournament 2018, DGW Trios Cup 2014 (w/Magnífico II & Tritón), Mexican National Welterweight Championship

Member of Los Magníficos alongside Magnífico II. To recognize each one, Magnífico I is the one who uses the covered-eyes style mask and sometimes the part of the mouth uncovered. Magnífico II uses a closed-eyes style mask. Wrestled for Todo X El Todo on October 17, 2015 under ring name El Príncipe. On November 30 debuted in Arena Puebla as new técnico Magia Blanca.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
12/04/01 Mask Magnífico I Toro Montana Plaza De Toros Torreón - Torreón, Coahuila
(1) Finals of 12-Man Ruleta de la Muerte


As Magnífico I in 2015.
As Magia Blanca in 2015.
6.8.21 with Robin
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12.4.21 with Magnus