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El Satánico

SatánicoEl SatanicoDaniel "El Satanico" Lopez
In 1993 then champions Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) left EMLL to join AAA, taking the trios championship with them after approval by the commission. The finals of the tournament to crown the first champions saw Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; the team of MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) defeat Los Brazos ("The Arms"; El Brazo, Brazo de Oro, and Brazo de Plata) to become the first champions.
Los Infernales won the CMLL World Trios Championship three times and the Mexican National Trios Championship three times.

Pirata Morgan

In 1993 then champions Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) left EMLL to join AAA, taking the trios championship with them after approval by the commission. The finals of the tournament to crown the first champions saw Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; the team of MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) defeat Los Brazos ("The Arms"; El Brazo, Brazo de Oro, and Brazo de Plata) to become the first champions.
Pirata Morgan has been a member of the Trio Los Infernales from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s and as part of that group he was one third of the first Mexican National Trios Champions and CMLL World Trios Champions.

Blue Panther

In the late 1990s the championship was not promoted on a regular basis by AAA and appeared inactive until the champions, Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera, and El Signo, joined CMLL in 2001 and lost the championship to a CMLL team.
He was the first CMLL World Middleweight Champion and has won the Mexican National Middleweight Championship twice, the CMLL World Trios Championship twice and the Mexican National Trios Championship.

MS-1 (wrestler)

MS-1Pablo Fuentes Reyna
In 1993 then champions Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) left EMLL to join AAA, taking the trios championship with them after approval by the commission. The finals of the tournament to crown the first champions saw Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; the team of MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) defeat Los Brazos ("The Arms"; El Brazo, Brazo de Oro, and Brazo de Plata) to become the first champions.
As MS-1, Fuentes was a founding member of the wrestling group called Los Infernales (the Infernals) and achieved most of his success as part of the group, including being the first Mexican National Trios Champions and the first CMLL World Trios Champions.

Los Infernales

Los Nuevo InfernalesLos Nuevos InfernalesInfernal
In 1993 then champions Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) left EMLL to join AAA, taking the trios championship with them after approval by the commission. The finals of the tournament to crown the first champions saw Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; the team of MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) defeat Los Brazos ("The Arms"; El Brazo, Brazo de Oro, and Brazo de Plata) to become the first champions.
MS-1, Satánico and Pirata Morgan were both the first Mexican National Trios Champions and the first CMLL World Trios Champions.

Ephesto

SafariPanterita del RingEphesto / Safari
The current Mexican National Trios Champions is the team known as Nueva Generación Dinamitas ("The New Generation Dinamitas"; El Cuatrero, Forastero and Sansón), who won the championship on July 25, 2017 when they defeated Los Hijos del Infierno ("The Sons of the Inferno"; Ephesto, Luciferno, and Mephisto). In 2001 the trio worked a couple of matches for CMLL, just long enough for them to lose the championship to Mr. Niebla, Olímpico, and Safari, bringing the championship back under CMLL's control, where it has remained ever since.
Ephesto (born June 10, 1965) is a Mexican luchador enmascarado (Spanish for "Masked professional wrestler). Ephesto's real name has not been officially documented, a tradition in Mexican lucha libre where masked wrestlers' real names often are not a matter of public record. The wrestler currently known as Ephesto made his debut in 1982 and worked for almost 20 years as Pantera del Ring with limited success. He later worked under the name Safari where he won the Mexican National Trios Championship on two occasions.

Los Capos

Los Hermanos DinamitaLos Hermanos Dinamita, Jr.Hermanas Dinamita
The current Mexican National Trios Champions is the team known as Nueva Generación Dinamitas ("The New Generation Dinamitas"; El Cuatrero, Forastero and Sansón), who won the championship on July 25, 2017 when they defeated Los Hijos del Infierno ("The Sons of the Inferno"; Ephesto, Luciferno, and Mephisto).
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.

Volador Jr.

Volador, Jr.Volador JrRamón Ibarra Rivera
Los Reyes de la Atlantida hold the record for most reigns as a team, with three reigns in total, while Atlantis, Delta and Volador Jr. holds the individual record with four reigns each.
Over the years he has held a number of CMLL championships including the CMLL World Tag Team Championship, the CMLL World Trios Championship, the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship, Mexican National Trios Championship, the NWA World Historic Middleweight Championship and the NWA World Historic Welterweight Championship.

Sansón (wrestler)

SansónSanson
The current Mexican National Trios Champions is the team known as Nueva Generación Dinamitas ("The New Generation Dinamitas"; El Cuatrero, Forastero and Sansón), who won the championship on July 25, 2017 when they defeated Los Hijos del Infierno ("The Sons of the Inferno"; Ephesto, Luciferno, and Mephisto).
At one point Sansón held three different CMLL championships as he held the Occidente Trios Championship and the Mexican National Trios Championship with the other members of Nueva Generacion Diniamitas and the CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship with his brother.

El Cuatrero

Cuatrero
The current Mexican National Trios Champions is the team known as Nueva Generación Dinamitas ("The New Generation Dinamitas"; El Cuatrero, Forastero and Sansón), who won the championship on July 25, 2017 when they defeated Los Hijos del Infierno ("The Sons of the Inferno"; Ephesto, Luciferno, and Mephisto).
El Cuatrero is the current CMLL World Middleweight Champion and at one point was held four championships simultaneously, which also included the CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Championship (with Sansón), the Mexican National Trios Championship (with Sansón and Forastero) and the Occidente Trios Championship (with Sansón and Forastero).

Forastero

The current Mexican National Trios Champions is the team known as Nueva Generación Dinamitas ("The New Generation Dinamitas"; El Cuatrero, Forastero and Sansón), who won the championship on July 25, 2017 when they defeated Los Hijos del Infierno ("The Sons of the Inferno"; Ephesto, Luciferno, and Mephisto).
The Nueva Generacion Dinamitas currently hold both the Occidente Trios Championship and the Mexican National Trios Championship.

Mr. Niebla

In 2001 the trio worked a couple of matches for CMLL, just long enough for them to lose the championship to Mr. Niebla, Olímpico, and Safari, bringing the championship back under CMLL's control, where it has remained ever since.
Mr. Niebla, Felino and Casas held the Mexican National Trios Championship from 2014 to 2015, and Mr. Niebla won the CMLL World Heavyweight Championship.

Brazo de Oro (wrestler)

Brazo de OroJesús Alvarado Nieveshere
The finals of the tournament to crown the first champions saw Los Infernales ("The Infernal Ones"; the team of MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and El Satánico) defeat Los Brazos ("The Arms"; El Brazo, Brazo de Oro, and Brazo de Plata) to become the first champions.
Over the years he has teamed with his brothers to win various championships such as the CMLL World Trios Championship, Mexican National Tag Team Championship, Mexican National Trios Championship, NWA Americas Tag Team Championship, NWA World Tag Team Championship (Los Angeles version), UWA World Tag Team Championship, UWA World Trios Championship, WWA World Tag Team Championship and WWA World Trios Championship.

Fuerza Guerrera

FuerzaGimnasio Konkreto
In the late 1990s the championship was not promoted on a regular basis by AAA and appeared inactive until the champions, Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera, and El Signo, joined CMLL in 2001 and lost the championship to a CMLL team.
Following his departure Los Guerreras were stripped of the National tag Team titles On September 6, 1996 Fuerza, Blue Panther and El Signo won the Mexican National Trios Championship, a title that would soon after become inactive as the three began working for different promotions.

Máscara Dorada

Gran MetalikMascara DoradaMetalik
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.
At one time, Dorada was a quadruple CMLL champion, holding the Mexican National Trios Championship, the CMLL World Trios Championship, the CMLL World Super Lightweight Championship and the CMLL World Welterweight Championship at the same time.

Universo 2000

Universo Dos Mil
The then-reigning champions Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000, and Universo 2000 left CMLL to join AAA and brought the Mexican National Trios Championship with them as it was not a CMLL owned title.
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.

Máscara Año 2000

Mascara Año 2000El Hombre de Negro
The then-reigning champions Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000, and Universo 2000 left CMLL to join AAA and brought the Mexican National Trios Championship with them as it was not a CMLL owned title.
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.

Mephisto (wrestler)

MephistoAstro Rey Jr.Astro Rey, Jr.
On June 13, 2003 a championship match between champions La Familia de Tijuana (Nicho el Millonario, Damián 666, and Halloween) and Los Nuevo Infernales (Sátanico, Averno, and Mephisto), ended with La Familia being disqualified.
While working as Mephisto he has won multiple individual CMLL championships and held the Mexican National Trios Championship with the other Hijos del Infierno.

Stuka Jr.

Stuka, Jr.
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.
He is also a former holder of the Mexican National Trios Championship, with Metro and Máscara Dorada, a former Occidente Light Heavyweight Champion and the winner of the 2014 Reyes del Aire ("King of the air") tournament.

Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre

Empresa Mexicana de Lucha LibreCMLLEMLL
Since its creation in 1985 the championship has been promoted by several major Mexican wrestling promotions, Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (EMLL), Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) and is currently promoted by Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL, formerly EMLL).

Ángel de Oro

Angel de Oro
Delta was selected as his replacement via a fan vote, but the team lost the trios championship in the first defense against the team of Ángel de Oro, Diamante (who were the other two options for Dorada's replacement) and Rush.
Working as Ángel de Oro he is a former CMLL World Middleweight Champion, CMLL World Light Heavyweight Champion, and a former Mexican National Trios Champion and the winner of the 2011 Forjando un Ídolo tournament.. His name is Spanish for "Angel of Gold" or "Golden Angel".

CMLL World Trios Championship

CMLL World Trios ChampionsCMLL World Trios ChampionCampeonato Mundial de Trios CMLL
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. EMLL rebranded themselves "Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre" ("World Wrestling Council") in 1991 and created the CMLL World Trios Championship but also kept the rights to the Mexican National Trios Championship.
In 1985, the Mexican lucha libre, or professional wrestling, promotion Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre ("Mexican Wrestling Enterprise"; EMLL) was given control of the newly created Mexican National Trios Championship.

Dos Caras

José Luis Rodríguez
In February 1986 Los Brazos became the first team to hold the title twice as they defeated Dos Caras, Villano III, and Villano IV for the championship.
This cooperation meant that Dos Caras worked EMLL shows for the first time in 10 years, teaming with Villano III and Villano V to win the Mexican National Trios Championship from Los Brazos (El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata).

Rush (wrestler)

RushRougeWilliam Muñoz
Delta was selected as his replacement via a fan vote, but the team lost the trios championship in the first defense against the team of Ángel de Oro, Diamante (who were the other two options for Dorada's replacement) and Rush.
He is a former CMLL World Light Heavyweight Champion, multiple time CMLL World Tag Team Champion, CMLL World Trios Champion and two-time Mexican National Trios Champion.

Averno (wrestler)

AvernoRencor LatinoRenato Ruiz
On June 13, 2003 a championship match between champions La Familia de Tijuana (Nicho el Millonario, Damián 666, and Halloween) and Los Nuevo Infernales (Sátanico, Averno, and Mephisto), ended with La Familia being disqualified.
In 2002, Los Infernales won the Mexican National Trios Championship in Guadalajara, Jalisco and began feuding with La Familia de Tijuana (Nicho el Millonario, Halloween, and Damián 666).