[10][11], Over the next couple of years Rayo de Jalisco Jr. won the Mexican National Heavyweight Title on a further two occasions, defeating Gran Markus Jr. and El Egipico to win the title. The injury kept him out of the ring for almost half a year but he made a full recovery and returned to the ring. ", "En un día como hoy… 1989: Rayo de Jalisco Jr. desenmascara a Súper Halcón", "CMLL: 79 historias, 79 Aniversario, las 79 luchas estelares", "SLAM! Rayo's son followed in his footsteps and wrestled as Rayo de Jalisco, Jr. Rayo Jr. married Mitzuki Wong, a professional luchadora. Rayo de Jalisco Jr.'s real name is not a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers in Mexico where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans. He continued sharpening his skills under the supervision of his brother Tony Sugar, who was also a professional luchador. The match ended with Pirata Morgan being the last man in the cage and thus had his hair shaved off.[21]. Please try again later. [13] He successfully defended the championship against Cien Caras and Mascara Año 2000, before losing it back to Universo 2000. Rayo de Jalisco Jr. (Spanish for "Lightning Bolt from Jalisco Jr."; born January 1, 1960) is the ring name of a Mexican Luchador Enmascarado (masked professional wrestler) whose real name has not been revealed, per Lucha Libre traditions. Rayo would become the tag team partner of the legendary Blue Demon and was named "The Best Wrestler" of 1963. [7] On June 21, 1985, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. defeated MS-1 to capture the NWA World Light Heavyweight Championship in the main event of an Arena Mexico show. Born El Rayo de Jalisco. Rayo de Jalisco Jr. is the son of Rayo de Jalisco a famous wrestler from the early days of Lucha Libre; he also has a son who wrestles under the name Rayman. [18] Rayo de Jalisco Jr. only worked a few matches for CMLL in mid-2010 but returned to the promotion in early 2013. This feature is not available right now. Rayo de Jalisco Jr. defeated Cien Caras two falls to one and forced Cien Caras to unmask. [13] He made three successful defenses against the former champion Apolo Dantés, as well as thwarting the challenges of Gran Markus Jr. and Máscara Año 2000. Rayo de Jalisco, Sr. was honored by CMLL at their 2013 Homenaje a Dos Leyendas show on March 15, 2013, recognizing him for his contributions to wrestling over the years. CurtisTony CurtisEl RayoRayo de Jalisco Rayo would also win a series of matches against another famous luchador Chino Chow. [9] On March 20, 1987, Rayo de Jalisco's 637-day reign as NWA World Light Heavyweight Champion ended as he lost to MS-1. In 1960, he appeared under the name "El Rayo" and in 1962, he finally appeared as "Rayo de Jalisco", wearing his trademark black mask with a lightning bolt across the face. Tony Sugar Trainer ?oldid=1640235. [8] By 1990 the storyline between Rayo de Jalisco Jr. and Cien Caras became so heated that they were the main event of EMLL's 57th Anniversary show in a Luchas de Apuestas, mask vs. mask match. [17] In 2005 Rayo de Jalisco Jr. suffered another serious injury when he injured both his knees in a match against Máscara Año 2000; his legs got caught on the ropes as he jumped out of the ring and he tore ligaments in both knees. Elenco, recensioni, critica, trailer, dvd dei film con El Rayo de Jalisco [7] His first championship success also led to his greatest rivalry as Cien Caras turned on Rayo de Jalisco Jr. in his quest to win the Mexican National Heavyweight Title. November 16, 2020 Monday Night RAW results, IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship, Asistencia Asesoría y Administración alumni, Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame, https://prowrestling.fandom.com/wiki/Rayo_de_Jalisco,_Sr. Their son wrestled as Rayman. Wrestling International -- 2000: The Year-In-Review Mexico", "El Rayo de Jalisco Jr. rapó a Súper Parka", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Rayo_de_Jalisco_Jr.&oldid=961451162, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. (mask) and El Jalisco (hair), This page was last edited on 8 June 2020, at 15:10. 01950-02-01February 1950 The trio held the title for 275 days before losing it to Pirata Morgan, Jerry Estrada, and Hombre Bala. Mexican National Heavyweight Championship, "Recordando los aniversarios del CMLL: El Rayo de Jalisco gana la Máscara de Cien Caras", "World Wrestling Alliance World Heavyweight Title (Mexico)", "Resultados Arena México (16 mayo 2010): ¡Mr. [13][14] Rayo de Jalisco Jr. was injured in the match against Universo 2000, as a mistimed Tombstone piledriver injured his neck, forcing him out of the ring for over six months and almost causing him to retire. [1], The future Rayo de Jalisco Jr. turned professional at the age of 15 and initially wrestled under the name "Rayman" to keep his father from finding out he was wrestling. El rayo de jalisco dicendo la verda Repuesta al cape. [5] Rayo de Jalisco Jr. worked most of the 1970s alongside his father, receiving further training along the way. Success soon followed for Rayo, winning the NWA World Middleweight Championship and Occidente Welterweight Championship . Liity Facebookiin ja pidä yhteyttä käyttäjän El Rayo de Jalisco ja muiden tuttujesi kanssa. On August 6, 1996, Gran Markus Jr. and El Hijo del Gladiador won the title from Rayo de Jalisco Jr. and Atlantis. [15] A few months after unmasking Steel, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. became a two-time CMLL World Heavyweight Champion when he defeated Universo 2000 for the belt. Died [13] In 1997 Steel left CMLL to work for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as "Val Venis", ending the storyline with Rayo de Jalisco Jr. without a satisfactory conclusion. In 1996, he was inducted into the Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame. Rayo de Jalisco Jr. (Spanish for "Lightning Bolt from Jalisco Jr."; born January 1, 1960) is the ring name of a Mexican Luchador Enmascarado (masked professional wrestler) whose real name has not been revealed, per Lucha Libre traditions. Rayo is considered a regional hero in the Mexican state of Jalisco. He was not initially trained by his father as his father did not want his son to follow into his profession; instead he trained under Diablo Velazco. His films included; Superzam el Invencible ("Superzam the invincible"; 1971), El Robo de las Momias de Guanajuato ("The Robbery of the Mummies of Guanajuato"; 1972), Vuelven Los Campeones Justicieros ("Becoming the Champions of Justice"; 1972) and El Triunfo de los Campeones Justicieros ("The Triump of the Champions of Justice"; 1974). El Rayo de Jalisco was born as Máximino Linares Moreno. Rayo was defeated, revealing his face to the world as Maximo Linares Moreno. He was an actor, known for El robo de las momias de Guanajuato (1972), The Champions Five Supermen (1972) and Ssuperzam el invencible (1971). [8] In November 1985 Rayo de Jalisco Jr. teamed with Ringo Mendoza and the Kiss to win the Mexican National Trios Championship from Los Brazos (El Brazo, Brazo de Oro, and Brazo de Plata). Debut On March 21, 2003, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. won the WWA World Heavyweight Championship, defeating Rey Misterio Sr. in the finals of a tournament to crown a new champipn. [1] Rayo de Jalisco Jr. made his return to CMLL in May 2010, siding with the CMLL loyalists in their feud with Los Invasores, especially Invasore members Universo 2000 and Máscara Año 2000, reigniting the long-running storyline between them. Cien Caras defeated his former teammate for the title on March 30, 1984. ¡Rayo de Jalisco Jr. regresó al CMLL! Last two competitors in a multi-man cage match. He was on hand for a press conference, announcing that CMLL's annual Homenaje a Dos Leyendas show would pay tribute to his father, Rayo de Jalisco Sr. During the press conference he was confronted by longtime rival Universo 2000 who challenged him to a match for the Dos Leyendas show. Pro Wrestling is a FANDOM Lifestyle Community. Success soon followed for Rayo, winning the NWA World Middleweight Championship and Occidente Welterweight Championship. Rayo feuded with Blue Demon near the end of both their careers. He would later appear in Mexico City under the name "Aguila Negra" ("Black Eagle""). Rayo would also star in luchador films along with other famous masked luchadores. Mexico City, Mexico Águila es parte de los invasores! [16] In 2004 Rayo de Jalisco Jr. made a brief return to CMLL teaming up with Black Warrior and El Canek to win the CMLL World Trios Championship from Dr. Wagner Jr., Universo 2000, and Black Tiger (III). El Rayo de Jalisco, Actor: El robo de las momias de Guanajuato. Rayo de Jalisco Mr. MisterioÁguila NegraDr. After seeing his son wrestle, Rayo de Jalisco Sr. decided to allow his son to work as "Rayo de Jalisco Jr." and wear the lightingbolt mask that was synonymous with the Rayo de Jalisco character. La sua principale attività nel mondo del cinema è quella di interprete e tra i lavori più interessanti possiamo citare la partecipazione nel film El Robo de Las Momias de Guanajuato (1972) di Tito Novaro. Rayo Jr. is a former two time CMLL World Heavyweight Champion and the reigning WWA World Heavyweight Champion, a title he has held since March 21, 2003. He died on July 19, 2018 in … [19] At the show, Rayo de Jalisco Jr., Shocker, and Rush defeated Universo 2000, Mr. Niebla, and El Terrible by disqualification. November 22, 1932(1932-11-22) Birth Place Rayo de Jalisco Jr. still holds that title to this day, 17 years, 237 days later. Máximino "Max" Linares Moreno (November 22, 1932 - July 19, 2018), better known under the ring name Rayo de Jalisco ("The Lightning from Jalisco"), was a retired Mexican luchador or professional wrestler who is considered to be one of the best wrestlers of his generation. Billed from He unmasked his rival La Bestia (The Beast) in a mask vs mask match in 1964. CMLL convinced the WWF to let Steel return to CMLL for a brief visit, just long enough to lose a Luchas de Apuestas to Rayo de Jalisco Jr. giving Rayo another mask win. Rayo de Jalisco Jr. is the son of Rayo de Jalisco a famous wrestler from the early days of Lucha Libre; he also has a son who wrestles under the name Rayman. Retired On January 8, 1984, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. captured his first singles championship as he defeated Pirata Morgan to win the Mexican National Heavyweight Championship. Blue Demon actually came out of retirement to face Rayo in a mask vs mask match. The confusing name changes only lasted for a couple of months before Rayo Jr's son changed his name to Hombre sin Nombre (the man without name) as part of a storyline where the son was trying to get out from Rayo de Jalisco Jr.'s shadow. Jalisco, Mexico [1], In 2001 Rayo de Jalisco Jr. dropped the "Junior" part of his name as his son, who had wrestled for two years, took the "Rayo de Jalisco" name, sometimes billed as el Hijo de Rayo de Jalisco Jr. (the son of Rayo de Jalisco Jr.) and other times simply Rayo de Jalisco Jr.. In the Campeones Justiceros he worked together with a number of lucha libre legends such as Blue Demon, Mil Máscaras, Tinieblas and El Médico Asesino. In 1960, he appeared under the name "El Rayo" and in 1962, he finally appeared as "Rayo de Jalisco", wearing his trademark black mask with a lightning bolt across the face. Biografia Filmografia Critica Premi Articoli e news Trailer. The team quickly lost the title to Héctor Garza, Tarzan Boy, and El Terrible. 01989-07-30July 30, 1989. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. After working as a wrestler for a year he finally revealed to his father that he was wrestling and that he was serious. [5] Since 2003 Rayo de Jalisco Jr. has not worked for CMLL on a regular basis, instead he works for a number of Independent circuit Mexican promotions. July 19, 2018 (aged 85) His third and final reign ended on February 21, 1994, when he lost to Pierroth Jr..[7] On November 3, 1995, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. and Atlantis teamed up to win the CMLL World Tag Team Championship from The Headhunters. Linares made his wrestling debut in February 1950, under the name "Mister Misterio". His son would later begin working as "Rayman", the same name that Rayo de Jalisco Jr. originally used. [4], Rayo de Jalisco Jr. was born on January 1, 1960, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, son of legendary wrestler Rayo de Jalisco Sr. and the nephew of wrestlers Tony Sugar and Black Sugar. [20] Two days later, on March 17, 2013, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. competed in a four-way, steel cage match billed by IWRG as Prison Fatal ("Deadly Prison") against Cien Caras Jr., Máscara Año 2000 Jr., and Pirata Morgan. During the match Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 interfered, which caused Pirata Morgan Jr. to enter the match as well to escalate the rivalry between Los Piratas and Los Capos Junior. In 1982 Rayo de Jalisco Jr. began a wrestling storyline, called a feud, with MS-1 that ended when Rayo de Jalisco Jr. defeated MS-1 in a Luchas de apuestas, mask vs. mask match to unmask the hated villain (called a Rudo in Lucha Libre). [14] On April 18, 1997, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. lost the title to Steel after a slow building storyline between the two. [6] Throughout the early 1980s Rayo de Jalisco Jr. teamed up with equally popular Cien Caras to form a very successful team, working main events all over Mexico. [12] The duo successfully defended it against Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000, and against Apolo Dantés and El Canek. Ring names By the early 1980s he was working for Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (EMLL), Mexico's largest professional wrestling promotion. Filmografia El Rayo de Jalisco. El Rayo de Jalisco on Facebookissa. [12] On April 14, 1996, Rayo de Jalisco Jr. won the CMLL World Heavyweight Championship from Apolo Dantés, the highest singles championship in the company.