Skayde

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Jorge Rivera Soriano (born September 2, 1964) is a Mexican professional wrestler who is best known for Lucha Libre.wikipedia
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Super Crazy

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As El Seminarista, he won a Luchas de Apuestas (bet match) against a young Super Crazy for his mask.
He initially worked as an enmascarado, or masked wrestler, but lost the mask just over a month after his debut when he lost a Luchas de Apuestas (a "bet match") to El Seminarista in March 1988.

Chikara (professional wrestling)

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Rivera then traveled to the United States, where he wrestled in both Chikara and Combat Zone Wrestling as Destello.
In 2005, Jorge "Skayde" Rivera joined as the third trainer.

Toryumon (Último Dragón)

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In 2000, Rivera started to wrestle in Toryumon Mexico using his real name and unmasking as "Jorge Rivera".
Since the break Toryumon has primarily promoted shows in Mexico, featuring students trained by Dragón and Jorge "Skayde" Rivera and a number of wrestlers from various Mexican and American promotions.

Cesaro (wrestler)

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They would win their opening round match against "Incoherence" (Delirious, Hallowicked and Frightmare), but would lose their quarter-final round match against "Team Uppercut", which consisted of Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli, and Dave Taylor.
They entered the 2006 Tag World Grand Prix, defeating Equinox and Hydra, Ranmaru and Sumie Sakai, the North Star Express (Ryan Cruz and Darin Corbin), Incoherence (Hallowicked and Delirious), and finally Team Dragondoor (Skayde and Milano Collection A.T.) to become the inaugural Chikara Campeones de Parejas.

King of Trios

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In March 2009, Rivera took part in the Chikara's King of Trios Tournament, teaming up with Mike Quackenbush and Johnny Saint in "The Masters of a Thousand Holds" team. Rivera was scheduled to enter the 2010 King of Trios tournament, teaming with El Valiente and Turbo, but after he reportedly tried to hold the company up for more money, while failing to deliver Valiente and Turbo, Chikara announced that they were severing ties with him effective immediately.
Originally Team Mexico (Jorge "Skayde" Rivera, Turbo and Valiente) was scheduled to enter the tournament, but on April 22 the company announced that both Valiente and Turbo were off the event and that as a result they were severing all ties with Rivera, who was in charge of bringing the two to the event and who reportedly tried to hold the company up for more money, despite failing to deliver Valiente and Turbo, who had already taken bookings elsewhere for the weekend.

Frightmare (wrestler)

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They would win their opening round match against "Incoherence" (Delirious, Hallowicked and Frightmare), but would lose their quarter-final round match against "Team Uppercut", which consisted of Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli, and Dave Taylor.
On March 27 Frightmare, Hallowicked and Delirious, the trio known collectively as Incoherence, entered the 2009 King of Trios tournament, but were defeated in the opening round by The Masters of a Thousand Holds (Mike Quackenbush, Johnny Saint and Jorge "Skayde" Rivera).

Ares (wrestler)

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Between 2001 and 2005, Jaggi attended numerous wrestling clinics held by the likes of Jorge "Skayde" Rivera, Mike Quackenbush, Ian Rotten, Joe E. Legend and Ecki Eckstein.

Johnny Saint

In March 2009, Rivera took part in the Chikara's King of Trios Tournament, teaming up with Mike Quackenbush and Johnny Saint in "The Masters of a Thousand Holds" team.
Saint made his debut in America at Chikara's King of Trios Tournament on 27 March 2009 with Mike Quackenbush and Jorge "Skayde" Rivera in "The Masters of a Thousand Holds" team.

Dark Ozz

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After training under one of Mexico's most prolific wrestling trainers, Jorge "Skayde" Rivera, Marcos Tinajero made his debut in 1996.

Chris Hero

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In July 2003, Chikara brought in Skayde from Último Dragón's Toryumon Gym in Mexico City to teach some special lucha libre clinics.

Hallowicked

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They would win their opening round match against "Incoherence" (Delirious, Hallowicked and Frightmare), but would lose their quarter-final round match against "Team Uppercut", which consisted of Bryan Danielson, Claudio Castagnoli, and Dave Taylor.
The trio entered the 2009 King of Trios tournament, but were defeated in the first round by the Masters of a Thousand Holds (Mike Quackenbush, Jorge "Skayde" Rivera and Johnny Saint).

Bestia 666

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Carrera then decided to follow in the footsteps of his father Leonardo, better known as Damián 666, and started training in lucha libre or professional wrestling in Arena México under his father, El Hijo del Gladiador and Skayde.

Hajime Ohara

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Hajime Ohara trained for his professional wrestling debut under Último Dragón and Jorge Rivera, better known as Skayde.

El Hijo de L.A. Park

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by Pierko El Boricua, Skayde and Tony Salazar.

Mike Quackenbush

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In March 2009, Rivera took part in the Chikara's King of Trios Tournament, teaming up with Mike Quackenbush and Johnny Saint in "The Masters of a Thousand Holds" team.
On November 28 at the third PPV Freedom Fight Quackenbush entered the tournament to crown the first Open the Freedom Gate Champion, but was eliminated in the first round in a four-way match with Jorge Rivera, Super Crazy and the winner of the match, Cima.

Valiente (wrestler)

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Rivera was scheduled to enter the 2010 King of Trios tournament, teaming with El Valiente and Turbo, but after he reportedly tried to hold the company up for more money, while failing to deliver Valiente and Turbo, Chikara announced that they were severing ties with him effective immediately.
Valiente was to team with Skayde and Turbo to form "Team Mexico".

Raziel (wrestler)

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The wrestler who is currently known as Raziel trained under Skayde and José Aarón Alvarado Nieves, better known as Brazo Cibernetico and was considered one of their top pupils at the time.

Super Fly (wrestler)

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Super Fly is the son of luchador El Seminarista, not to be confused with one of his trainers, Skayde, who has also wrestled under the same ring name.

Stigma (wrestler)

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He was later also trained by Chris Hero and Jorge "Skayde" Rivera, who joined the school in the following terms.