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Revision as of 17:06, 24 October 2020

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Current Champion

Soberano Jr., 75th champion

Soberano Jr. captured the championship on May 12, 2017 in Arena Mexico by defeating Rey Cometa.

History of Championship

Jack O'Brien, Ciclon Veloz and Chato Cabral made claims on this championship in 1940, when it was in limbo after Bobby Arreola gave it up due to injury in 1939. Their reigns were considered non official, with the next official champion in 1941. (SuperLuchas

Champions Listing

# Champion(s) Defeated Date Location
decision match to decide initial champion
1 Mario Nunez Tony Canales 1934.06.17 Mexico City
Nunez vacates championship for unknown reasons
decision match for vacant championship
2 Tarzan Lopez Dientes Hernandez 1936.03.11 Mexico City
1 Jack O'Brien 1938.01.01 Old Arena Mexico [1]
2 Don Hill 1938.09.16 Old Arena Mexico [2]
Lopez vacates championship in 1939 for unknown reasons
tournament for vacant championship
3 Bobby Arreola Ciclon Veloz 1939.09.22 Old Arena Mexico [3]
Arreola suffers injury in November of 1940, forced to vacate championship
tournament for vacant championship
4 Lobo Negro Adolfo Bonales 1941.04.06 Old Arena Mexico [4]
1 Ciclon Veloz 1941.06.27 Old Arena Mexico [5]
5 Jack O'Brien Lobo Negro 1941.11.23 Arena Coliseo DF
6 Ciclon Veloz Jack O'Brien 1942.03.01 Pachuca
7 El Santo Ciclon Veloz 1943.02.21 Mexico City
8 Jack O'Brien [2] El Santo 1944.02.18 Mexico City
9 Gori Guerrero Jack O'Brien 1945.04.20 Mexico City
Guerrero wins the NWA World Middleweight Championship on 1946.02.23; sources differ on Guerrero vacating this title as a result, or holding onto it until commission ordered it vacated in 1956
next two reigns are disputed
10 El Santo ? 19??.??.?? ?
1 Black Shadow 1953.07.30 Arena Isabel De Cuernavaca
11 Blue Demon El Santo 1953.09.25 Arena México
tournament for vacant championship
12 Jalisco Gonzalez El Enfermero 1956.10.05 Guadalajara [6]
13 Karloff Lagarde Jalisco Gonzalez 1957.03.02 Acapulco [7]
14 Blue Demon [2] Karloff Lagarde 1959.02.13 Arena Coliseo [8]
15 Karloff Lagarde [2] Blue Demon 1959.02.27 Arena Coliseo [9]
16 Blue Demon [3] Karloff Lagarde 1962.04.04 Arena México
17 Karloff Lagarde [3] Blue Demon 1962.04.28 Pachuca
Lagarde already holds the NWA World Welterweight Championship, vacates this title in 1963
tournament for vacant championship
18 Javier Escobedo Halcon Dorado 1963.11.17 Arena Coliseo DF [10]
Escobedo dies in 1964 due to a car accident
tournament for vacant championship
19 Rizado Ruiz Halcon Dorado 1964.04.21 Arena México [11]
1[12] Huracan Ramirez 1964.07.23 Arena Danubio Azull, Tijuana, Baja California
2[13] Jorge Rubio ? Ciudad Obregon
3[14] Alejandro Montana ? Tampico
4[15] Alfonso Dantes ? Arena Coliseo
- Raúl Reyes 1964.12.09 Reynosa [16]
20 Huracan Ramirez Rizado Ruiz 1965.01.13 Acapulco [17]
1[18] Rizado Ruiz 1965.02.19 Arena Mexico
2[19] Rizado Ruiz 1965.04.03 Arena México
3[20] Halcon Dorado 1965.04.13 Arena Mexico
4[21] El Nazi 1965.06.06 La Paz, Bolivia
21 Alberto Munoz Huracan Ramirez 1966.02.06 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [22]
1[23] Vick Amezcua 1966.05.25 Arena Coliseo Acapulco
2[24] Huracan Ramirez 1966.11.20 Acapulco
3[25] Luis González 1967.01.22 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
4 Troglodita Flores[26] 1967.06.20 Arena Afición
5[27] Luis González 1967.07.14 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
6[28] Huroki Sito 1967.08.11 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
7[29] Heraclis Fernedly 1968.06.20 Veracruz, Veracruz
8[30] El Enfermero 1968.07.07 Pachuca, Hidalgo
9[31] El Enfermero 1968.08.11 Plaza de Toros Torreon
10[32] Vick Amezcua 1968.08.20 Arena Mexico
Munoz wins the Mexican National Middleweight Championship on 1968.10.20, vacates this title
decision match for vacant championship
22 Huracan Ramirez [2] Espectro II 1969.06.14 Pista Arena Revolucion, Mexico City [33]
23 Karloff Lagarde [4] Huracan Ramirez 1969.09.05 Monterrey [34]
1 Huracan Ramirez 1969.10.05 Auditorio del Estado, Guadalajara, Jalisco [35]
2 Huracan Ramirez 1970.01.23 Queretaro
24 Huracan Ramirez [3] Karloff Lagarde 1970.05.02 Arena Puebla [36]
1 Perro Aguayo 1972.07.27 Cuernavaca [37]
2 Perro Aguayo 1972.08.14 Tampico [38]
3 Karloff Lagarde 1972.08.24 Arena Toluca [39]
25 Karloff Lagarde [5] Huracan Ramirez 1972.10.20 Arena México [40]
1 El Marquez 1972.11.26 Arena Coliseo [41]
26 El Marquez Karloff Lagarde 1973.08.11 Pista Arena Revolucion, Mexico City
27 Fishman El Marquez 1973.10.03 Arena Coliseo Acapulco [42]
1 El Marquez 1973.10.20 Pista Arena Revolucion [43]
2 Angel Blanco 1973.11.15 Toluca [44]
3 Carlos Mata 1974.04.19 Arena Isabel, Cuernavaca, Morelos [45]
4 Black Shadow 1974.06.15 Pista Arena Revolución [46]
5 Al Cruz 1974.12.04 Reynosa [47]
Fishman defeats Alberto Munoz on 1975.05.01 in a decision match for the NWA World Welterweight Championship, this title not on the line [48]
6 Dardo Aguilar 1975.05.03 Pista Arena Revolucion [49]
Fishman relinques this title after winning the NWA World Welterweight Championship
tournament for vacant championship
28 Fishman [2] Alberto Munoz 1975.10.12 Guadalajara
1[50] Alberto Munoz 1975.11.29 Pista Arena Revolucion
Fishman wins the NWA World Welterweight Championship on 1976.04.09, vacates this title
tournament for vacant championship
29[51] Blue Demon [3] Mano Negra 1976.07.30 Arena Coliseo DF
30[52] Fishman [3] Blue Demon 1977.02.27 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1[53] Blue Demon 1977.04.01 Arena México
2[54] Kung Fu 1977.07.29 Arena México
3[55] Blue Demon 1977.08.07 Plaza de Toros Valente Arellano, Torreón, Coahuila
31 Kung Fu Fishman 1977.09.25 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [56]
1 Roy Steve 1978.04.30 Monterrey
2 Barón Siniestro 1978.07.27 Cuernavaca [57]
3 Lizmark 1978.10.25 Acapulco [57]
32 Américo Rocca Kung Fu 1978.12.10 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [57]
5 Kato Kung Lee 1979.02.18 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [58]
6 Kung Fu 1979.03.02 Arena México
33 Lizmark Américo Rocca 1979.04.18 Arena Coliseo De Acapulco [59]
1 Supremo 1979.12.04 Arena Coliseo [60]
34 Américo Rocca [2] Lizmark 1980.03.29 Pista Arena Revolucion [61]
1 Kung Fu 1980.05.27 Arena Coliseo [62]
35 Franco Columbo America Rocca 1980.11.01 Arena Coliseo DF
36 Supremo Franco Columbo 1981.02.01 Guadalajara
1[63] Franco Columbo 1981.06.19 Pista Arena Revolucion
37 Talisman Supremo 1982.03.30 Arena Coliseo DF
1 Lobo Rubio 1982.05.01 Toreo de Cuatro Caminos
2 Mocho Cota 1982.06.19 Pista Arena Revolucion
3[64] El Supremo 1982.07.23 Arena Coliseo DF
38[65] Mocho Cota Talisman 1982.11.12 Arena México
1[66] Águila Solitaria 1983.04.17 Arena Coliseo
2[67] Talisman 1983.09.29 Arena Aficion
39[68] Chamaco Velaguez Mocho Cota 1983.08.14 Arena Coliseo
1 Águila India 1983.09.18 Arena México
2[69] Talisman 1984.04.08 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
3 El Dandy 1984.05.25 Arena Coliseo DF
Chamaco Valaguez wins the NWA World Welterweight Championship on 1984.07.26, vacates this championship
lightning tournament for vacant championship
40 El Talisman [2] Américo Rocca 1984.08.19 Arena Coliseo DF
1[70] Américo Rocca 1984.10.21 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
2[71] Américo Rocca 1985.02.02 Pista Arena Revolucion
41[72] Américo Rocca [3] El Talisman 1985.03.29 Arena México
42[73] El Dandy Américo Rocca 1985.09.01 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1[74] Javier Cruz 1985.10.20 Arena Coliseo
El Dandy wins the NWA World Welterweight Championship on 1985.11.17, vacates this championship
decision match for vacant championship
43 Fuerza Guerrera Javier Cruz 1985.12.03 Arena Coliseo DF
1 Javier Cruz 1986.01.17 Arena Coliseo DF
championship vacant on August 1986 when Fuerza leaves EMLL
lightning tournament for vacant championship
44 El Simbolo Solar II 1987.01.27 Pista Arena Revolucion, Mexico City
1[75] Sombra Poblana 1987.02.28 Pista Arena Revolucion
2[76] El Magnífico 1987.05.03 Pista Arena Revolución
45[77] Aguila Solitaria El Simbolo 1987.07.19 Pista Arena Revolucion
1 El Supremo 1988.01.27 Arena Neza
2 Leon Chino 1988.06.12 Pista Arena Revolucion
3 Bestia Salvaje 1988.07.13 Arena Neza
46 Bestia Salvaje Aguila Solitaria 1988.09.03 Pista Arena Revolucion
1 El Hijo Del Santo 1988.09.30 Arena México
2 La Máscara 1988.11.20 Arena México [78]
47 Angel Azteca Bestia Salvaje 1989.02.26 ?
Azteca wins the NWA World Middleweight Championship on 1989.04.28, vacates this title
tournament for vacant championship
48 Ciclon Ramirez Bestia Salvaje 1989.05.21 Pista Arena Revolucion
1 Fantasma De La Quebrada 1990.03.21 Arena Coliseo De Acapulco
49 Canelo Casas Ciclon Ramirez 1990.07.25 Arena Isabel De Cuernavaca
1 Ciclon Ramirez 1991.02.05 Pista Arena Revolucion
50 Ciclon Ramirez [2] Canelo Casas 1991.02.13 Arena Coliseo De Acapulco
1 El Supremo II 1991.07.14 Arena San Lorenzo, Mexico City
51 Felino Ciclon Ramirez 1992.07.05 Pista Arena Revolucion, Mexico City
1 Oro 1992.07.15 Arena Coliseo De Acapulco
Felino wins the CMLL World Welterweight Championship 1992.07.16, vacates this championship on August 7 of that year[79]
finals of 16 man tournament for vacant title
52 Ciclon Ramirez [3] Fantasma de la Quebrada 1992.08.16 Pista Arena Revolucion
53 Fantasma de la Quebrada Ciclon Ramirez 1992.09.30 Arena Coliseo De Acapulco
54 Rey Misterio Jr. Fantasma de la Quebrada 1992.10.28 Aguascalientes
55 Heavy Metal [2] Rey Misterio Jr. 1993.02.26 Gimnasio Juan De La Barera, Mexico City
1 Rey Misterio Jr. 1993.03.30 Salon Rojo, Puebla
2 Rey Misterio Jr. 1993.05.09 Palenque Agua Azul, Guadalajara, Jalisco
3 Rey Misterio Jr. 1993.05.22 Gimnasio Municipal, Saltillo, Coahuila
4 El Hijo Del Santo 1993.05.28 Queretaro
5 Rey Misterio Jr. 1993.06.20 Chihuahua
title for title match with Santo's WWA World Welterweight Championship
56 El Hijo del Santo Heavy Metal 1993.10.29 Gimnasio Juan De La Barera, Mexico City
57 Psicosis El Hijo del Santo 1995.05.03 Aguascalientes
58 Ultraman 2000 Psicosis 1996.01.18 Auditorio De Tijuana
vacant March 1996 when Ultraman changes identity to Damian 666
finals of 8 man tournament for vacant title
59 Psicosis [2] Super Elektra 1997.02.14 Arena Xochimilco
60 Salsero Psicosis 1997.02.16 Juarez
61 Nygma Salsero 1997.06.13 Xochimilco
62 Torero Nygma 1997.07.25 Cualtitlan
1 El Hijo Del Diablo 1997.12.20 Guanajuato
63 Arkangel Torero 1998.09.25 Arena Coliseo De Acapulco
1[80] El Brazo 1998.11.16 Neza
2 Mascara Magica 1998.11.20 Arena Neza
3 Torero 1998.12.07 Arena Puebla
4 Astro Rey Jr. 1999.01.31 Arena Coliseo DF
5 Pantera 1999.02.21 Arena Neza
64 Astro Rey Jr. Arkangel 1999.03.22 Arena Puebla
1 El Hijo del Gladiador 1999.04.25 Arena Coliseo DF
2 Karloff Lagarde Jr. 1999.07.06 Arena Coliseo DF
3 Valentin Mayo 1999.10.12 Arena Coliseo DF
4 Karloff Lagarde Jr. 1999.10.29 Arena Neza
5 Dr. O'Borman Jr. 2000.02.13 Arena Coliseo DF
6 Karloff Lagarde Jr. 2000.03.26 Arena Neza
65 Karloff Lagarde Jr. Astro Rey Jr. 2000.10.23 Arena Puebla
1 Super Kendo 2001.02.27 Arena Coliseo DF
66 Tigre Blanco Karloff Lagarde Jr. 2001.04.17 Arena Coliseo DF
67 Dr. X Tigre Blanco 2003.03.11 Arena Coliseo DF
1 Rocky Santana 2004.05.25 Arena Lopez Mateos
2 Mr. Power 2004.01.29 Arena San Juan Pantitlan
68 La Mascara Dr. X 2005.05.13 Arena México
1 Dr. X 2005.05.31 Arena Queretaro
2 Nitro 2005.06.21 Arena Aficion De Pachuca
3 Magnum 2005.07.17 Arena Coliseo De Guadalajara
4 Sangre Azteca 2005.07.30 Arena Lopez Mateos
5 Misterioso II 2005.10.03 Arena Puebla
6 Sangre Azteca 2005.10.05 Tampico
7 El Averno 2005.10.27 Arena Neza
8 Judas El Traidor 2006.03.21 Arena Lopez Mateos
9 Sangre Azteca 2006.04.12 Arena Xalapa
10 Misterioso II 2006.06.17 Parque Revolucion, Culiacan
11 Sangre Azteca 2006.08.30 Arena Lopez Mateos
12 Misterioso II 2006.10.16 Arena Puebla
13 Misterioso II 2006.12.10 Arena Neza
69 Sangre Azteca La Mascara 2006.12.17 Arena Coliseo DF
1 Maximo 2007.04.11 Arena Coliseo Acapulco
2 Magnifico 2007.04.29 Coliseo Coalaco
3 Vuelo Espacial 2007.05.18 Oaxaca
4 Alex Koslov 2007.06.26 Arena Queretaro
5 Maximo 2007.08.11 Poliforum Juan Gabriel - Ciudad Juarez
6 Maximo 2007.10.25 Gimnasio Marcelino Gonzalez, Zacatecas, Zacatecas
7 Mascara Purpura 2007.11.01 Arena Isabel de Cuervanaca
8 La Mascara 2007.12.25 Arena México
9 Valiente 2008.01.03 Arena Isabel de Cuernavaca
10 Maximo 2008.02.21 Plaza de Toros, Cancun, Quintana Roo
11 La Mascara 2008.03.15 Arena Solidaridad
12 Sangre Azteca 2008.03.19 Arena Coliseo Acapulco, Acapulco, Guerrero
13 Sagrado 2008.04.21 Cancha German Evers de Mazatlan
14 La Mascara 2008.11.25 Arena Queretaro
15 Dragon Rojo Jr. 2008.12.16 Arena México
16 Mictlan 2009.01.05 Arena Puebla
70 Valiente Sangre Azteca 2009.08.16 Arena México
1 Dragon Rojo Jr. 2009.10.30 Arena México
2 Virus 2010.06.11 Arena México
3 Dragon Rojo Jr. 2010.08.16 Arena Puebla
4 Dragon Rojo Jr. 2011.03.21 Cancha German Evers de Mazatlan
5 Polvora 2011.04.05 Arena México
6 Virus 2011.05.02 Arena Puebla
71 Pólvora Valiente 2011.07.15 Arena México
1 Fuego 2011.09.27 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
2 Titán 2012.01.31 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
3 Stuka Jr. 2012.03.19 Arena Puebla
72 Titán Pólvora 2012.09.04 Arena México
1 Black Metal (Guadalajara) 2012.08.28 Arena Unión, Los Mochis, Sinaloa
2 Pólvora 2012.10.16 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
3 Averno 2012.11.16 Arena México
championship vacated on March 21, 2013 due to injury
finals of a 10 man tournament for vacant title
73 Averno Mistico 2013.04.26 Arena México
1 Titán 2013.07.09 Arena México
74 Titán [2] Averno 2013.12.01 Arena México
1 Averno 2014.01.05 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
2 Virus 2014.01.28 Arena México
3 Niebla Roja 2014.06.01 Arena Coliseo
4 Dragon Rojo Jr. 2014.06.15 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
5 Cavernario 2014.07.29 Arena México
6 Pólvora 2014.11.16 Arena México
7 Bárbaro Cavernario 2015.01.03 Arena Coliseo
75 Bárbaro Cavernario Titán 2015.05.03 Arena México
1 Tritón 2015.09.16 Arena Mexico
2 Titán 2016.01.22 Korakuen Hall
76 Rey Cometa Bárbaro Cavernario 2016.06.10 Arena México
1 Bárbaro Cavernario 2017.03.14 Arena México
77 Soberano Jr. Rey Cometa 2017.05.12 Arena México
1 Bárbaro Cavernario 2017.10.02 Arena Puebla
2 Sanson (II) 2018.01.19 Korakuen Hall, Tokyo, Japan
3 Magia Blanca 2018.05.01 Arena México
4 Titán 2018.06.25 Arena Puebla
5 Templario 2019.03.30 Arena Coliseo
6 Negro Casas 2019.06.02 Arena México
7 Negro Casas 2019.07.22 Arena Puebla
8 Templario 2019.10.06 Arena Mexico [81]
9 Negro Casas 2019.11.29 Arena Mexico
 
 
title change
successful title defense
championship matches which were announced, but results were not found

Sources:

  1. time limit draw (45 minutes)Lucha Libre (magazine) 79
  2. Matt Farmer
  3. Lucha Libre 47, Matt Farmer; listed as a title change by Farmer
  4. Lucha Libre 52
  5. Lucha Libre 120
  6. Lucha Libre 43, previously listed as April 6th
  7. Lucha Libre 43 says this title change took place in Acapulco; Karloff Lagarde himself says it was in Acapulco in Halcon 80, and newspaper listing also says Acapulco but does not give a date
  8. BV
  9. https://www.facebook.com/photo?fbid=4472903336113884&set=a.4472249476179270 BV]; title for title match with the NWA World Welterweight Championship
  10. Arena 273, listed as 11.15 previously
  11. Lucha Libre 27 - previously listed as beating Black Shadow in the final and Dorado in defense, but magazine clearly lists Dorado and Ruiz as tournament final. Maybe Black Shadow was in the semifinal? Lucha Libre 146 mentiosn the tournament started on April 5 in Arena Coliseo and confirms Ruiz/Dorada as the final
  12. Lucha Libre 41, 146 adds the arena and says this is the first national title match in Baja California
  13. Lucha Libre 146
  14. Lucha Libre 146
  15. Lucha Libre 146
  16. SuperLuchas - match invalidated by commission for being unauthorized
  17. Gilles & Lucha Libre 146 have this as January 13
  18. SuperLuchas
  19. this date had been originally listed as the title change, but he defended the title prior to this date
  20. Golpe 6
  21. SuperLuchas
  22. El Informador 1966-01-30; Lucha Libre 146 has this as 02.04 but that appears to be wrong
  23. Lucha Libre 137
  24. Lucha Libre 161/162/163
  25. [El Informador 1967-01-22]
  26. SuperLuchas
  27. [El Informador 1967-07-14]
  28. [El Informador 1967-08-11]
  29. Lucha Libre 245
  30. Lucha Libre 248
  31. SuperLuchas
  32. SuperLuchas
  33. Lucha Libre 297 match actually used the middleweight title belt
  34. Lucha Libre 305 gives Monterrey as the location, Lucha Libre 334 gives September 5 as the date
  35. [El Informador 1969-10-05]
  36. [Lucha Libre 351 https://twitter.com/luchablog/status/1262782083312824320]
  37. Halcon 1
  38. Halcon 5
  39. Halcon 7
  40. Halcon 14
  41. Halcon 19
  42. Halcon 65
  43. Halcon 67
  44. Halcon 72
  45. Halcon 94
  46. Halcon 101
  47. Halcon 128
  48. Box Y Lucha 1177
  49. [1]
  50. ricardo aguilar hidalgo @ box y lucha
  51. SuperLuchas
  52. El Informador 1977-02-27
  53. CMLL
  54. draw (countout of the ring) SuperLuchas
  55. El Siglo de Torreon 1977-08-07
  56. El Informador 1977-09-25 lists the match but not the result
  57. 57.0 57.1 57.2 Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; no text was provided for refs named halcon347
  58. El Informador 1979-02-18
  59. Box Y Lucha
  60. Matt Farmer
  61. Box Y Lucha
  62. Box Y Lucha Foro
  63. luchablog photolog (2013-09-16 00.28.46)
  64. SuperLuchas
  65. Matt Farmer
  66. Matt Farmer
  67. thecubsfan photolog 2015-09-17 19.36.08, something's out of order here
  68. Matt Farmer, previously listed as 08.04 in Cuernavaca
  69. El Informador 1984-04-08
  70. El Informador 1984-10-21
  71. luchablog photolog (2013-09-16 03.16.31)
  72. Matt Farmer
  73. El Informador 1985-09-01
  74. Matt Farmer
  75. luchablog photolog (2013-09-16 00.48.03)
  76. SuperLuchas
  77. SuperLuchas
  78. luchablog photolog (2013-09-17 17.41.49)
  79. SuperLuchas
  80. WON 1998-11-16
  81. a draw

Gallery of Champions

El Santo, 7th & 10th Champion
Gori Guerrero, 9th Champion
Karloff Lagarde, 13th, 15th, 17th, 23rd & 25th Champion
Rizado Ruiz, 19th Champion
Huracan Ramirez, 20th, 22nd & 24th Champion
Alberto Munoz, 21st Champion


Fishman, 27th, 28th & 30th Champion
Americo Rocca, 32nd, 34th & 41st Champion
El Supremo, 36th Champion
Talisman, 38th & 41st Champion
El Simbolo, 43rd Champion
Aguila Solitaria, 45th Champion


Bestia Salvaje, 46th Champion
Angel Azteca, 48th Champion
Ciclon Ramirez, 49th, 51st & 53rd Champion
Canelo Casas, 49th Champion
Rey Misterio Jr., 54th Champion
Heavy Metal, 55th Champion


Psicosis, 57th & 59th Champion
Torero, 62rd Champion
Arkangel, 63th Champion
Dr. X, 67th Champion
La Mascara, 68th Champion
Sangre Azteca, 69th Champion


Valiente, 70th Champion
Pólvora, 71st Champion
Titán, 72nd & 74th Champion
Averno, 73rd Champion
Bárbaro Cavernario, 75th Champion
Rey Cometa, 76th Champion


Gallery of Title Belts

Old Belt
Old Belt
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Campeon-mex-welter.jpg


Sources

Mexican National Championships
Men's: Light (Electrico) • Welter (Soberano Jr.)
Light Heavy (Bárbaro Cavernario) • Heavy (Diamante Azul)
Trios (Nuevo Generacion Dinamitas) • Tag (Atlantis Jr. & Flyer)
Women's: Singles (Reina Isis) • Women's Tag (Jarochita & Lluvia)
Defunct: MiniFeatherMiddleCruiserAtomicos
Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre Championships
CMLL: Mini: ShockercitoSuper Light: vacant
Welter: TitánMiddle: El Cuatrero
Light Heavy: Niebla RojaHeavy: Ultimo Guerrero
Tag: Mistico & CaristicoWomen: Princesa Sugehit
Trios: Los Guerreros Laguneros (Ultimo Guerrero, Gran Guerrero & Euforia)
NWA WH: Welter: Volador Jr.Middle: CarísticoLight Heavy: Stuka Jr.
National: Light: ElectricoWelter: Soberano Jr.Light Heavy: Bárbaro Cavernario
Heavy: Diamante AzulWomen: Reina Isis
Tag: Atlantis Jr. & FlyerWomen's Tag: Jarochita & Lluvia
Trios: Nueva Generacion Dinamita (Sansón, Cuatrero & Forastero)
Tournaments: Leyenda de Plata: Barbaro CavernarioUniversal: Terrible
Reyes del Aire: TemplarioGran Alternativa: Star Jr. & Valiente
La Copa Jr.: Universo 2000 Jr.Parejas Increíbles: Caristico & Forastero
Occidente: Welter: ExplosivoMiddle: Difunto
Light Heavy: EsfingeHeavy: Star Black
Tag: Gran Kenut & León Blanco
Trios: Nueva Generacion Dinamita (Sansón, Cuatrero & Forastero)
Misc: Arena Coliseo Tag: vacant
Inactive

Leyenda de AzulCopa de Arena Mexico Tournament
Pequeño Reyes del AireEn Busca de un Ídolo
Japan TagJapan Women's
DF: LightWelterMiddle
CMLL-REINA: Intl JuniorIntlTag Team