Dr. Cerebro

Dr Cerebro
Alejandro Jiménez Cruz (born April 21, 1972) is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler best known under the ring name Dr. Cerebro (Spanish for "Doctor Brain").wikipedia
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Pentagón

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Alejandro Jiménez Cruz was the second person to use the "Dr. Cerebro" ring name in professional wrestling, taking over both the name and the mask from José Mercado López, better known as Pentagón II / Pentagón Black upon his wrestling debut.
Wrestler José Mercado López was selected to play the role, Mercado had previously worked as Joe Mercado, Metálico (Not the current Metálico) and Dr. Cerebro (Not the current Dr. Cerebro).

Copa Higher Power

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On September 16, 1997 Dr. Cerebro teamed up other young wrestlers from International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG), Fantasy, Mr. Águila, Neblina and Tony Rivera to defeat the team of Toryumon trainees Judo Suwa, Lyguila, Magnum Tokyo, Shiima Nobunaga and Sumo Fuji to win the Copa Higher Power tournament.

IWRG Intercontinental Welterweight Championship

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In early 1998 IWRG created the IWRG Intercontinental Welterweight Championship and held a month-long tournament to determine their inaugural champion.
The first Welterweight champion was Dr. Cerebro, winning the title on March 1, 1998, in a tournament final against Shiima Nobunaga.

IWRG Intercontinental Tag Team Championship

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The team of Dr. Cerebro and Bombero Infernal received a couple of opportunities to wrestle for the IWRG Intercontinental Tag Team Championship, but lost to the championship team of Fantasy and Star Boy.
Los Megas (Mega and Ultra Mega) is the only team to have held the title three times while Dr. Cerebro has held it three times as well but with two different partners.

Oficial Factor

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On January 10, 2002 Dr. Cerebro along with Paramedico and Cirujano defeated Los Megas (Mega, Super Mega and Ultra Mega) to win the Distrito Federal Trios Championship, making Dr. Cerebro a double champion in IWRG.
The trio was defeated for the title by Dr. Cerebro, Cirujano, and Paramedico on January 10, 2002.

Bombero Infernal

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In early 1999 Dr. Cerebro traveled to Japan to compete in the Japanese Toryumon, teaming with Bombero Infernal for most of the matches as the two slowly developed into a regular tag team combination.
On November 11, 2002 Bombero Infernal, El Hijo del Diablo and El Engendro defeated Dr. Cerebro, Cirujano and Paramedico to win the DF Trios Championship once again, a title they would quickly lose to a new group called Los Megas (Mega, Omega and Ultra Mega)

Mike Segura

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Dr. Cerebro defeated Oro, Jr. in the first round, Star Boy in the second round and finally defeated SHiima Nobunaga in the finals of the tournament to become the first ever champion.
mask after losing a Luchas de Apuestas match to Dr. Cerebro.

Mr. Águila

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On September 16, 1997 Dr. Cerebro teamed up other young wrestlers from International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG), Fantasy, Mr. Águila, Neblina and Tony Rivera to defeat the team of Toryumon trainees Judo Suwa, Lyguila, Magnum Tokyo, Shiima Nobunaga and Sumo Fuji to win the Copa Higher Power tournament.

Cerebro Negro

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In 2004 Dr. Cerebro began teaming with Cerebro Negro ("Black Brain"), a wrestler with a similar ring character to form Los Terrible Cerebros, who would win the IWRG Intercontinental Tag Team Championship on two separate occasions.
In one of his early matches he defeated Dr. Cerebro, a wrestler with a similar character who would later become both a tag team partner and a rival.

Hijo del Signo

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In January, 2010 Dr. Cerebro teamed up with second generation wrestler El Hijo del Signo to compete in the first ever Torneo Relampago de Proyeccion a Nuevas Promesas de la Lucha Libre (""Projecting a new promise lightning tournament") on January 1, 2010. The tournament would see a wrestling veteran team up with a rookie for a tag team competition designed to give more exposure to the rookies. The duo defeated Imperial and Rocket in the first round, Guizmo and Ultraman, Jr. in the second round and finally Comando Negro and Oficial 911 to win the while tournament. The following month Dr. Cerebro, El Hijo del Pantera and Trauma II were the last three survivors in a multi-man torneo cibernetico elimination match, winning the 2010 Copa Higher Poweer trophy. In April, 2010 the Mexico City wrestling Commission stripped Los Terrible Cerebros of the championship when Cerebro Negro temporarily stopped working for IWRG.
Hijo del Signo was teamed up with Dr. Cerebro for the tournament, defeating Imperial and Rocket in the first round and then Guizmo and Ultraman Jr. in the second round.

Sensei (wrestler)

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On September 16, 1997 Dr. Cerebro teamed up other young wrestlers from International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG), Fantasy, Mr. Águila, Neblina and Tony Rivera to defeat the team of Toryumon trainees Judo Suwa, Lyguila, Magnum Tokyo, Shiima Nobunaga and Sumo Fuji to win the Copa Higher Power tournament.

Oficial Fierro

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On January 10, 2002 Dr. Cerebro along with Paramedico and Cirujano defeated Los Megas (Mega, Super Mega and Ultra Mega) to win the Distrito Federal Trios Championship, making Dr. Cerebro a double champion in IWRG.
The trio were defeated for the title by Dr. Cerebro, Cirujano, and Paramedico on January 10, 2002.

Caravana de Campeones (2011)

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On January 30, 2011 Comando Negro won the IWRG Intercontinental Lightweight Championship from Dr. Cerero as part of IWRG's annual Caravan de Campeones show.
For the 2011 event Comando Negro defeated Dr. Cerebro to win the IWRG Intercontinental Lightweight Championship, the third time in three shows that a new lightweight champion was crowned.

Tetsuya Bushi

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On January 10, 2010 Dr. Cerebro defeated Tetsuya Bushi to win the IWRG Intercontinental Lightweight Championship, a belt he would hold for over 100 days.
Tetsuya defeated Freelance to win the title, in a match that also included Dr. Cerebro.

Veneno (wrestler)

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In 2005 Los Terrible Cerebros would team up with Veneno to win the Distrito Federal Tris Championship and in 2007 the two, along with Mike Segura would win the IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship.
On October 9, 2005 Veneno teamed up with Los Terrible Cerebros (Dr. Cerebro and Cerebro Negro to win the Distrito Federal Trios Championship from Los Payasos Tricolores ("The three-colored clowns"; Coco Blanco, Coco Rojo, Coco Verde) Veneno closed out 2005 by winning the Middleweight Championship for a third time on December 11.

Distrito Federal Trios Championship

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On January 10, 2002 Dr. Cerebro along with Paramedico and Cirujano defeated Los Megas (Mega, Super Mega and Ultra Mega) to win the Distrito Federal Trios Championship, making Dr. Cerebro a double champion in IWRG.

Último Vampiro

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Following the Yahama Cup Dr. Cerebro began working mainly for IWRG and soon recaptured the Welterweight Championship, defeating Último Vampiro on June 29, 2000.
He ended up holding the IWRG Intercontinental Welterweight Championship for just under five months, losing the championship to Dr. Cerebro on May 11, 2000.

IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship

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In 2005 Los Terrible Cerebros would team up with Veneno to win the Distrito Federal Tris Championship and in 2007 the two, along with Mike Segura would win the IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship.

Ciclón Ramirez

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He subsequently began a storyline feud against Ciclon Ramírez over the Welterweight Championship that had Bombero Infernal help his partner on more than one occasion.
By the late 1990s Reyes returned to using the Ciclón Ramírez name, working for International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG) where he defeated Dr. Cerebro on June 29, 2000 to win the IWRG Intercontinental Welterweight Championship.

Black Terry

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Later on Los Terrible Cerebros would be expanded with longtime wrestler Black Terry, a trio that would hold the Distrito Federal Trios Championship for 488 days straight, defending the championship on multiple occasions.
Later that year Black Terry joined forces with Cerebro Negro and Dr. Cerebro to form Los Terribles Cerebros, a trio that defeated Los Oficiales (Oficial 911, Oficial AK-47, and Oficial Fierro) to win the Distrito Federal Trios Championship on December 7, 2010.

El Hijo del Diablo

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On March 21, 2010 Dr. Cerebro put the IWRG Lightweight Championship on the line against El Hijo del Diablo's WWS World Welterweight Championship, adding the WWS World Welterweight Championship to hos collection.
A few months later Hijo del Diablo teamed up with Bombero Infernal and EL Engendro to defeat the trio of Dr. Cerebro, Cirujano and Paramedico, winning the Distrito Federal Trios Championship.

Canis Lupus (wrestler)

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In January, 2010 Dr. Cerebro teamed up with second generation wrestler El Hijo del Signo to compete in the first ever Torneo Relampago de Proyeccion a Nuevas Promesas de la Lucha Libre (""Projecting a new promise lightning tournament") on January 1, 2010. The tournament would see a wrestling veteran team up with a rookie for a tag team competition designed to give more exposure to the rookies. The duo defeated Imperial and Rocket in the first round, Guizmo and Ultraman, Jr. in the second round and finally Comando Negro and Oficial 911 to win the while tournament. The following month Dr. Cerebro, El Hijo del Pantera and Trauma II were the last three survivors in a multi-man torneo cibernetico elimination match, winning the 2010 Copa Higher Poweer trophy. In April, 2010 the Mexico City wrestling Commission stripped Los Terrible Cerebros of the championship when Cerebro Negro temporarily stopped working for IWRG.
The duo defeated Guerrero 2000 and Tetsuya Bushi in the first round, then the team of Chico Che and Dinamic Black in the second round, but lost to El Hijo del Signo and Dr. Cerebro in the finals.

Trauma II

In January, 2010 Dr. Cerebro teamed up with second generation wrestler El Hijo del Signo to compete in the first ever Torneo Relampago de Proyeccion a Nuevas Promesas de la Lucha Libre (""Projecting a new promise lightning tournament") on January 1, 2010. The tournament would see a wrestling veteran team up with a rookie for a tag team competition designed to give more exposure to the rookies. The duo defeated Imperial and Rocket in the first round, Guizmo and Ultraman, Jr. in the second round and finally Comando Negro and Oficial 911 to win the while tournament. The following month Dr. Cerebro, El Hijo del Pantera and Trauma II were the last three survivors in a multi-man torneo cibernetico elimination match, winning the 2010 Copa Higher Poweer trophy. In April, 2010 the Mexico City wrestling Commission stripped Los Terrible Cerebros of the championship when Cerebro Negro temporarily stopped working for IWRG.
On March 5, 2011 Los Traumas officially worked a match for CMLL, participating in CMLL's card for the Festival Mundial de Lucha Libre (the "World Wrestling Festival") where they teamed up with Dr. Cerebro only to lose to CMLL contracted wrestlers Puma King, Tiger Kid and Virus.

Los Traumas

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On March 5, 2011 Dr. Cerebro officially worked a match for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL), participating in CMLL's card for the Festival Mundial de Lucha Libre (the "World Wrestling Festival") where he teamed up with Los Traumas only to lose to CMLL contracted wrestlers Puma King, Tiger Kid and Virus.
In IWRG the team had a long-running storyline feud against Los Terribles Cerebros (Black Terry, Cerebro Negro and Dr. Cerebro) centering on Los Cerebros' Distrito Federal Trios Championship.

IWRG Intercontinental Lightweight Championship

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On January 10, 2010 Dr. Cerebro defeated Tetsuya Bushi to win the IWRG Intercontinental Lightweight Championship, a belt he would hold for over 100 days.