We love CHIKARA, but we've said no to most CHIKARA profiles on the wiki. If they've worked in a straight lucha promotion - which Quack, Claudio, Hero and even Lince have (off the top of my head; there may be more, but those are the guys I wouldn't ask for more on), they're fine. But guys like Jigsaw and Helios are a no go unless I'm forgetting something.
If you can provide relevant connections, I'm fine with including them, but I need those examples in the profiles. I want to keep it clear why people were included so when the next guy comes by and sees a guy who worked with another indy guy (with an even loser connection to lucha libre), they understand why one profile is good and another isn't.
Also - this goes for all profiles but it comes up here a bunch - if the wrestler is related to a guy or trained by a guy who has no connection with lucha, don't wiki-link those names. The red link looks like an invitation to add something, but it's really not there in those cases. --thecubsfan 19:44, 16 February 2009 (UTC)
Please don't do former/current rosters for non-Mexican promotions. --Thecubsfan 16:49, 1 June 2010 (UTC)
But hasn't there been current rosters for All Japan, New Japan, NOAH, WWE, TNA, WCW Nitro workers and Los Super Astros? Seems to be the same to me because NOAH has their relationship with AAA, New Japan has their relationship with CMLL & IWRG has a loose relationship with All Japan.
Alumni rosters are fine, but we don't need to keep track if they're still there or not. Category:Former AJPW wrestlers is unnecessary but Category:AJPW wrestlers is good --Thecubsfan 20:35, 1 June 2010 (UTC)
Just because you see someone's name linked on a page doesn't mean they should be added to the Wiki. Remember rule #1 is the person must have worked in Mexico. When did Funaki, Scott Taylor and PABLO work in Mexico? (WWE house shows don't count) --Robert 00:26, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
They worked Los Super Astros and not just once in the cases that I created. The Al Snows, Hardy Boys, JR Ryders, Scoot Andrews and others who haven't worked more than once shouldn't be. I thought this was reason enough to be added unlike the CHIKARA guys.--mkpunk516 01:19, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
Los Super Astros shows were taped in the United States and were WWF shows. It's like Maxx Bunny who worked a ton of CMLL Japan shows but never worked in Mexico.--Robert 02:32, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
Then they shouldn't have a link what's wrong with not including links in articles if there is no link to lucha libre. Pablo's closest non Siper Astros link is the Puerto Rico IWA which isn't a strong one. Scott Taylor's only link is Super Astros. Funaki's only links are Michinoku Pro which like CHIKARA and the Japanese Toryumon promotions feature lucha libre with a Japanese flavor and Super Astros. I understand if they are removed but the difference between Los Super Astros and say PWG and CHIKARA is that this was actually promoted specifically towards a Hispanic market.--mkpunk516 03:01, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
You accuse me as if I'm the one who created those links. If you want to remove the links, go for it. The fact Super Astros was promoted to a Hispanic market means nothing. The U.S. indy company Richmond Lucha Libre is promoted to a Hispanic community and yet we're not going to add all their guys to the Wiki.--Robert 11:41, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
I don't know who did and who didn't work on the Los Super Astro page.--mkpunk516 16:35, 15 July 2010 (UTC)
It's nice that you're adding all these move profiles, but please try to stick to moves done primarily by the Mexican luhadors, not the foreigners that travel into the lucha world. --Flashmagic (talk) 23:02, 11 April 2015 (CDT)