A report on Lince DoradoSin Cara and Eddie Kingston

Dorado in January 2016
Sin Cara in April 2014
Kingston in December 2019
Dorado in 2008
Arriaga as Incognito at Chikara's 2008 King of Trios tournament
Kingston in 2008.
Dorado in his BDK attire, holding the Young Lions Cup, before he went on to lose it to Frightmare
Arriaga, as Hunico, wrestling in a match during his feud with the original Sin Cara (Luis Urive)
Kingston in 2009
Lucha House Party - Dorado (right), Gran Metalik (left), and Kalisto (middle) in April 2018
Hunico (right) with Camacho in 2013
Kingston (bottom) with Volgar (left) and Jimmy Jacobs (right) as part of the Flood in September 2014
The Lucha Dragons in March 2015
Kingston in March 2020, at 16 Carat Gold
Sin Cara during a WWE event in 2015
Kingston at a PWG show in 2008.
Cinta de Oro tribute mask on July 17, 2017
Kingston and Homicide as the JAPW Tag Team Champions in April 2012.

Cordero began his career in 2007, working for several independent promotions in Puerto Rico and United States, most notably the Philadelphia-based Chikara, where he won the 2008 edition of the King of Trios, a tournament between trios along with El Pantera and Incognito.

- Lince Dorado

The team would go on to win the tournament, lastly defeating The BLKOUT (Eddie Kingston, Ruckus and Joker) after Dorado made Kingston submit with the Chikara Special.

- Lince Dorado

Kingston, along with fellow BLKOUT stable members Joker and Ruckus, went on to the finals of the 2008 King of Trios tournament, coming up short against the team of El Pantera, Incognito and Lince Dorado, when Kingston tapped out to Dorado's Chikara Special.

- Eddie Kingston

Incognito was part of an eight-man team consisting only of masked wrestlers (Equinox, Las Chivas Rayadas, Lince Dorado, Los Ice Creams and Magno).

- Sin Cara

He teamed with El Pantera and Lince Dorado to form the team Los Luchadores de Mexico (Spanish for "the Wrestlers from Mexico") winning Chikara's 28-team King of Trios 2008 tournament when they defeated BLKOUT (Eddie Kingston, Joker and Ruckus) in the finals.

- Sin Cara
Dorado in January 2016

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(From left to right) Mike Quackenbush, Shane Storm and Jigsaw, the 2007 King of Trios

King of Trios

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Three-night tournament promoted by the Chikara professional wrestling promotion.

Three-night tournament promoted by the Chikara professional wrestling promotion.

(From left to right) Mike Quackenbush, Shane Storm and Jigsaw, the 2007 King of Trios
Lince Dorado, one third of the 2008 King of Trios, along with Incognito and El Pantera
(From left to right) Chuck Taylor, Icarus and Gran Akuma of F.I.S.T., the 2009 King of Trios
(From left to right) Claudio Castagnoli, Tursas and Ares of the Bruderschaft des Kreuzes, the 2010 King of Trios
(From left to right) Soldier Ant, Fire Ant and Green Ant of The Colony, the 2011 King of Trios
Frightmare (back left), Hallowicked (front left) and UltraMantis Black (right) of the Spectral Envoy, the 2012 King of Trios
(Left) Max Smashmaster and (right) Blaster McMassive of the Devastation Corporation, the 2014 King of Trios
(From left to right) Pete Dunne, Tyler Bate and Trent Seven, the 2017 King of Trios

Team Mucha Lucha (Lince Dorado, El Pantera and Sicodelico, Jr.)

BLKOUT (Eddie Kingston, Joker and Ruckus)

Los Luchadores de Mexico (Incognito, Lince Dorado and El Pantera)

Chikara (professional wrestling)

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American professional wrestling promotion based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

American professional wrestling promotion based in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Mike Quackenbush, one of the founders and the trainer until the promotion's closure
The Chikara roster of 2004
Juan Francisco de Coronado, a former Grand Champion and trainer

The first show in St. John's saw the Wildcards (Eddie Kingston and BlackJack Marciano), Gran Akuma, DJ Skittlez, Melvin Snodgrass and Lester Crabtree debut, and shortly after, they were joined by Wrestle Factory graduates Jigsaw and Bryce Remsburg.

Lince Dorado

Incognito

The Blackout (professional wrestling)

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Professional wrestling stable appearing in Combat Zone Wrestling, Adrenaline Championship Wrestling, and other independent companies.

Professional wrestling stable appearing in Combat Zone Wrestling, Adrenaline Championship Wrestling, and other independent companies.

Though the current members in CZW are Ruckus, BLK Jeez, Robbie Mireno (aka Robby Illuminati), the team also competes in companies with other members, such as Joker and Eddie Kingston.

They made it all the way to the Finals before they were defeated by Los Luchadores de Mexico (Lince Dorado, El Pantera, and Incognito).

Benjamin Satterley, as Neville, in May 2017

Pac (wrestler)

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English professional wrestler.

English professional wrestler.

Benjamin Satterley, as Neville, in May 2017
PAC posing during an appearance for Dragon Gate in 2009
Pac (bottom centre) posing with various Dragon Gate wrestlers
Neville wrestling Finn Bálor in March 2015
Neville made his debut for WWE's main roster in March 2015
Neville as Cruiserweight Champion in May 2017
Neville had a 287-day reign as NXT Champion.

At Night of Champions in September, Neville would team with The Lucha Dragons (Kalisto and Sin Cara) in a loss to Stardust and the Ascension.

Over the coming weeks, Neville would defeat multiple Cruiserweights in singles competition including Perkins, Cedric Alexander, Lince Dorado and Swann in a non-title match.

After an eight-month absence from television, Pac returned to AEW on the 11 November episode of Dynamite where he confronted Eddie Kingston, thus turning face for the first time since 2016.