Promotional Photo of Lauritzen for the 1935 film Weekenden
A professional wrestling match: two wrestlers grapple in a wrestling ring while a referee (in white) looks on
Armendáriz in November 1973
Stuka Jr. in January 2017
Pedro Armendáriz Jr in March 2010
Armendáriz in Guadalajara March 2010

Danish actor, screenwriter, and film director.

- Lau Lauritzen Jr.

Mexican professional wrestler or "Luchador" known as Lizmark Jr. or El Hijo de Lizmark (The Son of Lizmark).

- Lizmark Jr.

Mexican actor who made films and television series from the United States and Mexico.

- Pedro Armendáriz Jr.

Indian actress active in Telugu and Tamil films.

- Sriranjani Jr.

Mexican second-generation luchador enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler, who works for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL).

- Stuka Jr.

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Misterioso Jr.

Mexican luchador enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler, who is also referred to as Misterioso II.

Plaque commemorating Lucha libre as an intangible cultural heritage in Mexico City

Misterioso Jr. joined the Los Perros del Mal group as their youngest member, often teaming with El Terrible and El Texano Jr. For the 2006 Gran Alternativa Misterioso Jr. teamed with Los Perros leader Perro Aguayo Jr. In the first round they defeated Lizmark Jr. and Máscara Purpura, in the second round the beat Héctor Garza and Hombre Sin Nombre and in the finals they defeated Último Guerrero and Nitro giving Misterioso Jr. his first big profile win.

In the top bracket the team of Mascara Dorada, Stuka Jr. and Metro qualified for the finals.

Lucha libre

Term used in Mexico for professional wrestling.

Plaque commemorating Lucha libre as an intangible cultural heritage in Mexico City
Publicity still of Salvador Lutteroth
El Santo
Mil Máscaras accompanied by the Bella Twins
Growing up, Octagón was mainly interested in martial arts and earned a black belt in Shotokan karate.
Rey Mysterio Jr. hitting the "619" on Eddie Guerrero
El Hijo del Santo and Blue Demon Jr.
Carístico (left) under the name Sin Cara and the new Místico (right)
An empty Arena México configured for wrestling.
A wrestling mask graffiti in Madrid, Spain
Mascara Sagrada has been involved in a long running copyright dispute over the use of the Máscara Sagrada name, outfit and mask with AAA, who claimed that they owned the copyright to the character and has even promoted other wrestlers as "Máscara Sagrada". Máscara Sagrada'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.
Cuije, an example of Mini-Estrella
Lucha House Party - Kalisto (middle), Gran Metalik (left), and Lince Dorado (right), in April 2018
Andrade "Cien" Almas
Tinieblas debuted at a relatively old age of 32, so he never reached the same physical peak as many other popular luchadores of his generation. However, his character remains popular with young lucha libre fans, primarily due to his appearance in comic books and films. Tinieblas still wrestles occasionally and has appeared alongside his son Tinieblas Jr.
La Parka in action (The Original). He was forced to change his ring name from "La Parka" to "L.A. Park" (short for La Auténtica Park; "The Original Park") in early 2003 when Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) owner Antonio Peña asserted his copyright claims to the La Parka character, barring Tapia from using the name as he promoted his own La Parka.
La Parka II during an outdoor event in 2018
El Santo

Notable luchadores who achieved success in the U.S. are Eddie Guerrero, Chavo Guerrero, Rey Mysterio, Jr., Juventud Guerrera, L. A. Park, Super Crazy, Alberto Del Rio, Psicosis, Místico, Kalisto, Aero Star, Drago, Andrade El Idolo, Pentagon Jr., Fenix, El Hijo del Fantasma, Bandido, Flamita, Puma King, Rush, Soberano Jr., Dragon Lee, Guerrero Maya Jr. and Stuka Jr.

Gran Metalik

Mexican luchador enmascarado (masked professional wrestler) currently working for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL).

Metalik in December 2010
Dorada at Arena Coliseo de Monterrey in 2010
Lucha House Party – Metalik (left), Kalisto (middle), and Lince Dorado (right) in April 2018
Dorada as the CMLL World Welterweight Champion

In the top bracket, Máscara Dorada teamed with Stuka Jr. and Metro for the first time and defeated Los Guerreros Tuareg (Arkangel de la Muerte, Loco Max, and Skándalo) in the first round and Los Cancerberos del Infierno (Virus, Euforia, and Pólvora) in the second round to qualify for the finals.

Fuego (wrestler)

Mexican luchador enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler currently working for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL).

Fuego in November 2016

Fuego regularly teams with Stuka, Jr., with whom he held the CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship for a record four and a half years.

DMT Azul

Best known ring name of a Mexican Luchador Enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler.

English boxer Nicky Cook with his ring name Cookie on the trunks

Metro was teamed up with Mascara Dorada and Stuka, Jr. for the first time ever and defeated Los Guerreros Tuareg (Arkangel de la Muerte, Loco Max and Skándalo) in the first round and Los Cancerberos del Infierno (Virus, Euforia and Polvora) in the second round to qualify for the finals.

CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship

Professional wrestling Tag team championship promoted by the Mexican Lucha Libre wrestling based promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) since 2000.

One of the belts that represent the championship
Fuego, one-half of Los Bombardieros del Aire, the longest reigning champions to date.

The preliminary rounds were held on June 22, 2008, and saw the teams of Stuka Jr. and Flash (Collectively known as Los Bombadieros; "The Bombardiers") and Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; Euforia and Nosferatu) each win three matches to qualify for the final.

Valiente (wrestler)

Mexican luchador enmáscarado, or masked professional wrestler, and is mainly known for his work in the Mexican professional wrestling promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL).

A fan wearing a Valiente mask

Valiente also earned a spot at that year's Anniversary show, teaming with Métalico and Stuka, Jr. to defeat Los Infernales (Euforia and Nosferatu) and Loco Max, with Valiente making the winning pin on Euforia.

Mexican National Trios Championship

Three-man tag team professional wrestling championship, sanctioned by the "Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F."

One of the three identical championship belts
Nicho el Millonario, part of the 22nd team of Mexican National Trios Champions along with Halloween, and Damián 666
Averno, part of Los Infernales who competed in the tournament.
Máscara Dorada, part of the trio that won the 2009 championship tournament.

In 2010 Máscara Dorada teamed up with Stuka Jr., and Metro to win the Trios championship, making Dorada a quadruple champion as he also held the CMLL World Super Lightweight Championship, CMLL World Trios Championship, and the CMLL World Welterweight Championship at the time.

CMLL Reyes del Aire

Annual Reyes del Aire (Spanish for "Kings of the Air") tournament since 2005.

First ever Rey del Aire winner, Volador Jr.
Official poster for the 2011 Reyes del Aire tournament
2006 Reyes del Aire tournament winner La Mascara
Mephisto, unlucky 13 in the 2007 Reyes del Aire
Súper Nova, one of 12 participants in the Arena Coliseo Reyes del Aire
Mr. Águila, double elimination victim along with Volador Jr.
Máscara Dorada eliminated in a double pinfall
Máscara Dorada eliminated in a double pin with Mr. Águila
Averno, seventh wrestler eliminated.
Ripper (in red), one of the participants
Ángel de Oro, winner of the tournament
Bárbaro Cavernario, winner of the tournament

A total of 85 luchadors have appeared in the eighteen tournaments so far, with Valiente and Stuka Jr. having appeared in ten out of those.

Euforia (wrestler)

Ring name of a second-generation Mexican luchador Enmascarado, (or masked professional wrestler), currently working for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL).

Euforia in January 2017
Champions Los Guerreros Lagunero (right) and challengers Carístico, Místico, and Volador Jr. (left) before a match in November 2018.

The final match saw Flash and Stuka Jr. defeat Los Nuevos Infernales to win the Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship.