Máscara Sagrada

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Máscara Sagrada (born November 6, 1959) is a Mexican Luchador enmascarado (or masked professional wrestler) who has worked for every major Mexican wrestling promotion over the last 20 years.wikipedia
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Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre

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In 1987 he briefly worked as Ecatón before adopting the name "Magico" in October 1987, as he began working for Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (EMLL).
Herrera wanted to maintain the old style of booking with heavyweights such as Atlantis, El Dandy and El Satánico, while Peña wanted to feature younger, faster moving wrestlers such as Konnan, Octagón or Máscara Sagrada.

Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship

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On March 21, 1991, Máscara Sagrada's climb up the ranks was rewarded with the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship, which he won from Pierroth, Jr..
In 1992 then-CMLL booker Antonio Peña left the company to create AAA and brought a number of CMLL wrestlers with him, including among others the then-reigning Mexican National Light Heavyweight Champion Máscara Sagrada.

Atlantis (wrestler)

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The movie led to Máscara Sagrada and Octagón teaming up on a regular basis, with Atlantis being added to form a trio.
On April 4, 1991, Atlantis, Octagón, and Máscara Sagrada, a team nicknamed "Los Movie Stars" defeated Los Thundercats (Leono, Panthro, and Tigro, a team of masked wrestlers patterned on the Thundercats cartoon) to win the Mexican National Trios Championship.

Mascarita Sagrada

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His popularity led to CMLL creating a Mini-Estrella version of Máscara Sagrada called Mascarita Sagrada.
The original plan for Mascarita Sagrada was that he would be known as "Mini Atlantis" (named after Atlantis) but instead he was patterned after popular luchador Máscara Sagrada and given the name Mascarita Sagrada.

Los Capos

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The team's reign as Trios champions came to an end on August 11, 1991, when Los Capos (Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000) beat them for the championship.
While still working for CMLL Los Hermanas Dinamitas had won the Mexican National Trios Championship from Octagón, Atlantis and Máscara Sagrada and when they left CMLL they took the championship with them to AAA.

Universo 2000

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The team's reign as Trios champions came to an end on August 11, 1991, when Los Capos (Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000) beat them for the championship.
On August 11, 1991, Los Hermanos Dinamita won the Mexican National Trios Championship when they defeated Los Movie Stars (Atlantis, Máscara Sagrada and Octagón) to win the title.

Octagón

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During this time Máscara Sagrada starred in a movie called Octagón y Máscara Sagrada, lucha a muerte ("Octagon and Máscara Sagrada in Fight to the Death" in the US) alongside fellow luchador Octagón. At Triplemanía IV-B Máscara Sagrada appeared in the main event, teaming with La Parka and Octagón to defeat Killer, Cien Caras, and Heavy Metal in a Lumberjack match.
He also starred in another movie with Máscara Sagrada called Octagón y Mascara Sagrada, lucha a muerte ("Octagon and Mascara Sagrada in Fight to the Death" in the US).

Máscara Año 2000

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The team's reign as Trios champions came to an end on August 11, 1991, when Los Capos (Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000) beat them for the championship. At Triplemanía III-C, he teamed with Konnan, Aguayo, and Latin Lover, losing to the team of Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000, Fishman, and Jerry Estrada as one of the featured matches.
On August 11, 1991 Los Hermanos Dinamita won the Mexican National Trios Championship when they defeated Los Movie Stars (Atlantis, Máscara Sagrada and Octagón) to win the title.

Jerry Estrada

Máscara Sagrada wrestled on AAA's inaugural Triplemanía show, teaming with Love Machine and Mascarita Sagrada to defeat the team of Jerry Estrada, Blue Panther, and Jerrito Estrada.
In AAA Jerry and Jerrito Estrada teamed up on several occasions, including the first-ever Triplemanía show on April 30, 1993, where Jerry, Jerrito and Blue Panther lost to rivals Máscara Sagrada, Mascarita Sagrada and Love Machine.

Antonio Peña

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In 1989, EMLL booker Antonio Peña brought in another wrestler who had worked as Magico in a local promotion, leading to the local Magico winning the rights to the name.
Herrera wanted to maintain the old style of booking with heavyweights such as Atlantis, El Dandy and El Satánico, while Peña wanted to feature younger, faster moving wrestlers such as Konnan, Octagón or Máscara Sagráda.

Mini Psicosis

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Máscara Sagrada wrestled on AAA's inaugural Triplemanía show, teaming with Love Machine and Mascarita Sagrada to defeat the team of Jerry Estrada, Blue Panther, and Jerrito Estrada.
Jerrito Estrada was part of the very first Triplemanía event, teaming with Jerry Estrada and Blue Panther, only to lose to Minis rival Mascarita Sagrada, Máscara Sagrada and Love Machine While Mascarita Sagrada's team had been successful at Triplemanía Jerrito Estrada scored a bigger victory when he won the Mexican National Mini-Estrella Championship from Sagrada on February 4, 1994.

Espectro I

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The wrestler who would later be known as Máscara Sagrada was trained for his professional wrestling career by Espectro I, Villano I, Shadito Cruz, and Antonio Hernández before making his debut on September 2, 1978.
He also trained other wrestler such as Climax I and II, Voltio Negro, Guerrero de la Muerte and the original Máscara Sagrada, His finals years were quiet until his death on October 13, 1993 in Mexico City.

Triplemanía II-B

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Máscara Sagrada's main opponent was Black Cat, building to a Lucha de Apuesta, mask vs. mask match between the two at Triplemanía II-B.
The semi-main event featured a best two-out-of-three falls Lucha de Apuestas, or bet match where both Máscara Sagrada and Black Cat put their mask on the line in the match.

Cibernético

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On September 20, 1996 Máscara Sagrada defeated Pierroth, Jr. to win the Mexican National Heavyweight Championship, a title he held for 275 days in total before losing it to Cibernético.
A week later, on June 22, 1997 Cibernético defeated Máscara Sagrada to win the Mexican National Heavyweight Championship during an AAA show in Mexico City.

CMLL World Heavyweight Championship

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Two months later he participated in a tournament to crown the first ever CMLL World Heavyweight Champion (EMLL had been renamed to Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre in the winter of 1990).
In the second battle royal, Nitron, Pierroth Jr., Pirata Morgan, and Cien Caras advanced while Fabulous Blondie, Gran Markus Jr., Máscara Sagrada, and El Egipcio were eliminated.

Triplemanía I

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Máscara Sagrada wrestled on AAA's inaugural Triplemanía show, teaming with Love Machine and Mascarita Sagrada to defeat the team of Jerry Estrada, Blue Panther, and Jerrito Estrada.
The mixed Trios match that pitted Máscara Sagrada, Love Machine, and Mascarita Sagrada against Jerry Estrada, Blue Panther, and Jerrito Estrada was broken down into the two main storylines; Love Machine/Blue Panther and the Sagradas against the Estradas for most of the match.

Shadito Cruz

The wrestler who would later be known as Máscara Sagrada was trained for his professional wrestling career by Espectro I, Villano I, Shadito Cruz, and Antonio Hernández before making his debut on September 2, 1978.

Lizmark

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A few weeks later Máscara Sagrada also appeared at Triplemanía II-C, teaming with Hijo del Santo, Lizmark and Perro Aguayo to defeat the team of Black Cat, El Satánico, La Parka and Psicosis two falls to one.
The Lizmark / La Parka feud was one of the driving forces behind an Eight-man "Atómicos" tag team match that saw Lizmark, Perro Aguayo, El Hijo del Santo, and Máscara Sagráda defeat La Parka, Psicosis, Black Cat and Satánico.

El Alebrije (wrestler)

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He has also played the role of Máscara Sagrada II after the Original Máscara Sagrada left AAA.

Mexican National Heavyweight Championship

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On September 20, 1996 Máscara Sagrada defeated Pierroth, Jr. to win the Mexican National Heavyweight Championship, a title he held for 275 days in total before losing it to Cibernético.
When Máscara Sagrada became the champion in 1996, it was officially acknowledged by the Commission that AAA controlled the booking of the championship from that point forward.

Leyenda de Azul

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He also participated in the 2004 Leyenda de Azul as well as the 2005 Leyenda de Azul tournaments, being eliminated early on in each tournament.

Triplemanía IV-B

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At Triplemanía IV-B Máscara Sagrada appeared in the main event, teaming with La Parka and Octagón to defeat Killer, Cien Caras, and Heavy Metal in a Lumberjack match.
The remaining two were billed more as "successors" and not actually children of Máscara Sagrada and Halcón Dorado.

Fishman (wrestler)

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At Triplemanía III-C, he teamed with Konnan, Aguayo, and Latin Lover, losing to the team of Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000, Fishman, and Jerry Estrada as one of the featured matches.
He wrestled on one of AAA's major annual shows, Triplemania II-A, teaming with Blue Panther and La Parka, losing to the team of Tiger Mask III, Konnan and Máscara Sagrada A few weeks later Fishman was part of Triplemania II-C as well, this time teaming with Fuerza Guerrera and Pirata Morgan, losing to El Torero, Rey Misterio, and Rey Misterio Jr. when Rey Misterio Jr. pinned Fuerza Guerrera.

Tzuki

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In 1995 he began working for Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA), initially as Baby Rabit but in 1996 he was given the name Máscarita Sagrada Jr., a mascota version of the Luchador Máscara Sagrada Jr.. The name caused some tension with both Máscara Sagrada and Mascarita Sagrada as they felt the "Junior" was exploiting a character they made popular.

Black Cat (wrestler)

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Following Triplemanía I Máscara Sagrada became involved in a storyline feud with AAA's main rudo (bad guy) group Los Gringos Locos of Eddy Guerrero, Love Machine, Konnan and Black Cat.