Mexican National Cruiserweight Championship

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Current Champion

La Parka Jr., 13th Champion

There is no current champion. La Parka Jr. was the last champion. He last defended in 2003. The championship was not seen after AAA stopped using the Mexican national championships in 2008. La Parka passed away in 2020. No one has made a claim on the belt since. The championship is unlikely to be revived by CMLL due to lack of previously history in the promotion.

History of Championship

This championship was created in 1983 for the nascent Super Libres promotion, who would later go on to create the AWWA championships. Most national title tournaments at this time included wrestlers from various promotions but this tournament only included SuperLibres affiliated wrestlers (many of whom were ex-EMLL luchadors.) The championship had no strong history once the Super Libres promotion was no longer viable and floated around Mexico until it was eventually forgotten.

The "Cruiserweight" name is an apparent response to the UWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship; the Mexico City lucha libre commission publically considered no longer recognizing that belt because the 'Junior Heavyweight' was not among its established divisions. Instead, the commission ended up creating the Cruiseweight title as the Junior Heavyweight equivalent.

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
tournament for initial championship
1 Angel Blanco El Insolito 1983.11.13 Palacio de los Deportes, Iztacalco, Distrito Federal [1]
2 Adorable Rubi Angel Blanco 1984.10.07 Mexico City
1 El Fantasma 1984.12.30 Auditorio Municipal Torreon [2]
2 El Solitario 1985.03.10 Auditorio Municipal Torreon [3]
3 Bello Greco 1985.10.27 Palacio de los Deportes DF [4]
3 Charro de Jalisco Adorable Rubi 1986.10.24 Palacio de los Deportes DF [5]
4 Judas Charro de Jalisco 1986.12.28 Mexico City
5 El Kriminal Judas 1987.03.30 Mexico City
6 El Macho I El Kriminal 1987.11.20 Mexico City
1 Destructor de Idolos 1988.12.18 Arena Mexico [6]
7 Destructor de Idolos El Macho I 1990.03.30 Arena Altavilla
Destructor de Idolos vacates title in 1992 due to injury
tournament for vacant championship
8 Rock el Cavernicola Dinamico 1992.08.31 Pista Arena Revolucion [7]
9 MS-1 Jr. Rock el Cavernicola 1994.12.15 Pista Arena Revolucion
1 Blue Demon Jr. 1995.01.02 Pista Arena Revolucion
10 Blue Demon Jr. MS-1 Jr. 1995.03.30 Pista Arena Revolucion
1 Rocky Santana 1995.09.16 Arena Neza
Karis La Momia replaces injured challenger Juventud Guerrera
11 Karis la Momia Blue Demon Jr. 1996.05.15 Arena Naucalpan
Karis la Momia changes name to La Parka Jr. on November 1996, vacates championship
decision match for vacant championship
12 Kendo Salsero 1999.08.07 Chihuahua
13 La Parka Jr. [2] Kendo 1999.12.08 Reynosa
1 Halcon de Oro 2003.07.08 Reynosa
championship is barely active
title vacant in December 8, 2008 by order of AAA
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found


  1. Matt Farmer
  2. El Siglo de Torreon; wrong title listed
  3. El Siglo de Torreon 1985-03-10
  4. Box y Lucha 1713
  5. Lucha Libre del Recuerdo, Box y Lucha 1764, Box y Lucha 1765
  6. SuperLuchas
  7. Box y Lucha 2064, Lucha Libre Weekly 28; SL 77 has this at Deportivo Olimpico

Gallery of Champions

Angel Blanco, 1st Champion
El Criminal, 5th champion
El Macho I, 6th Champion
Destructor de Idolos, 7th Champion
Blue Demon Jr., 10th Champion
Karis la Momia, as 11th Champion

La Parka Jr., 11th & 13th Champion

Gallery of Title Belts

1st Belt
Prototype Belt
2nd Belt


Mexican National Championships
Men's: Light (Panterita del Ring Jr.) • Welter (vacant)
Middle (Templario) • Light Heavy (Ángel de Oro)
Heavy (Euforia) • Tag (Esfinge & Fugaz)
Trios (Los Cancerberos del Infierno (Virus, Raziel and Cancerbero))
Women's: Singles (Dark Silueta) • Women's Tag (Jarochita & Lluvia)
Defunct: MiniFeatherCruiserAtomicos