Mexican National Trios Championship
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The Mexican National Trios Championship (Campeonato National Trios in Spanish) is a three-man tag team professional wrestling championship, sanctioned by the "Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F." (Mexico City Boxing and Wrestling Commission), which oversees all matches where the championship is defended.wikipedia
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He also held the Mexican National Tag Team Championship with his brother Chachorro, and the Mexican National Trios Championship with Kiss and Rayo de Jalisco Jr..
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On October 5 La Fuerza TRT team member Tiger faced off against former two time Mexican National Trios Champion Delta.
The show included five additional matches, including a match for the Mexican National Trios Championship.
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Over the span of his career Guzmán has held various championships, most significantly the AAA World Tag Team Championship, Mexican National Middleweight Championship, Mexican National Trios Championship, Mexican National Welterweight Championship, CMLL World Tag Team Championship, UWA World Lightweight Championship, UWA World Welterweight Championship, WWA Tag Team Championship and WWA World Welterweight Championship as well as an honorary championship awarded by the World Boxing Council.
The group participated in a series of matches as they tried to determine a winner, including a tournament of Guapos U only contestants vying for a match for the Mexican National Trios Championship.
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On October 7, 2005 Texano Jr. won his first professional wrestling championship when he teamed up with El Sagrado and Máximo to defeat Pandilla Guerrera ("Gang of Warriors"; Sangre Azteca, Doctor X and Nitro) to win the Mexican National Trios Championship.
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Los Moviestars won the Mexican National Trios Championship from a team called "Los Thundercats" (which was patterned after the ThunderCats animated series) on April 29, 1991.
first in 2003 the final for a tournament to determine the next holders of the Mexican National Trios Championship.
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On January 31, 1988 Los Destructores defeated Hombre Bala, Jerry Estrada and Pirata Morgan to win the Mexican National Trios Championship.
Rush then formed a partnership with La Máscara, with whom he went on to win the Mexican National Trios Championship and the CMLL World Tag Team Championship.
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Juicio Final has hosted only one championship match, which saw the team of Olímpico, Safari and Mr. Niebla defeat Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera and El Signo to win the Mexican National Trios Championship.
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In November 1985 Rayo de Jalisco Jr. teamed with Ringo Mendoza and the Kiss to win the Mexican National Trios Championship from Los Brazos (El Brazo, Brazo de Oro, and Brazo de Plata).
On the under-card the team known as Los Payasos (Spanish for "The Clowns"; Coco Rojo, Coco Verde and Coco Amarillo) defeated Los Hermanos Dinamita (Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000) to win the Mexican National Trios Championship.
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On November 20, 1989, Los Temerarios won the Mexican National Trios Championship, which at the time was the most respected Trios championship in Mexico, when they defeated Los Destructores (Tony Arce, Emilio Charles, Jr., and Vulcano).
Later on in 2005, he joined the Pandilla Guerrera group, also including Sangre Azteca and Doctor X. The trio eventually won the Mexican National Trios Championship on March 25, 2005, defeating Safari, El Felino, and Volador, Jr. After winning the trios titles, Nitro participated in the Torneo Gran Alternativa teaming with Pierroth.
The team of Octagón, Atlantis and Mascara Sagrada was dubbed "Los Movie Stars" and were booked to win the Mexican National Trios Championship from a team called "Los Thundercats" (patterned after the ThunderCats animated series) in 1991.
The group saw mixed success around Mexico but remained undefeated in Arena Mexico, CMLL's main venue earning the group a shot at the Mexican National Trios Championship held by Sagrado, La Sombra and Volador, Jr..
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he main event of the show was a Lucha de Apuestas ("Bet match) where the trio team of Américo Rocca, Tony Salazar and Ringo Mendoza faced Los Misioneros de la Muerte ("The Missionaries of death"; El Signo, Negro Navarro and El Texano) where all three members of the losing team would be forced to have all their hair shaved off after the match. The show also had Los Brazos (El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata) defend the Mexican National Trios Championship against Rayo de Jalisco Jr., Atlantis and Ultraman. Additionally Fishman faced Pirata Morgan as a challenger for his UWA World Light Heavyweight Championship, a title not promoted by EMLL themselves but by the Mexican wrestling promotion Universal Wrestling Association (UWA)
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The show featured four Six-man "Lucha Libre rules" tag team matches including a match for the Mexican National Trios Championship and a Mini-Estrella tag team match.
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At the CMLL 68th Anniversary Show the team of Gran Markus, Jr., Poder Boricua and Violencia unsuccessfully challenged for the Mexican National Trios Championship, losing to champions Mr. Niebla, Olímpico and Safari In the months following the 68th Anniversary show Gran Markus, Jr. left the group with the storyline being that he was tired of being under Pierroth's command.
In late 2009 Los Cancerberos participated in a tournament to crown new Mexican National Trios Champion, Virus, Pólvora and Euforia represented the group and defeated Los Ángeles Celestiales (Ángel Azteca, Jr., Ángel de Plata and Ángel de Oro) in the first round.
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