Volador Jr.

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Ramón Ibarra Rivera (born January 26, 1981) is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler, best known for his work under the ring name Volador Jr. with Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) in his native Mexico where he has been a regular competitor since 2001 and is currently one of the top level tecnicos ("good guys").wikipedia
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Super Parka

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He is the son of Ramón Ibarra Banda, better known as the wrestler Super Parka and previously known as Volador.
Ibarra is the father of Luchador Volador, Jr., the grandfather of Flyer and the uncle of L.A. Park, who was the inspiration for the "Super Parka" character.

Flyer (wrestler)

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Ibarra is the nephew of the original La Parka, the cousin of El Hijo de L.A. Park and the uncle of CMLL wrestler Flyer; he is also related to a number of other luchadors in the Ibarra family.
He is the grandson of Ramón Ibarra Banda who has wrestled as "Volador" and "Super Parka" over the years and the nephew of Ramón Ibarra Rivera who has wrestled all over the world as "Volador Jr.".

Andrade Cien Almas

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Volador Jr. originally worked under a mask but was forced to unmask when he lost his mask to long time friend turned rival, La Sombra, in September 2013.
While working as La Sombra, Andrade was one of the founding members of the Los Ingobernables ("The Ungovernables") wrestling group, and won the masks of El Felino, Olímpico and Volador Jr. by defeating them in Lucha de Apuestas matches before losing his own mask to Atlantis.

Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre

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Ramón Ibarra Rivera (born January 26, 1981) is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler, best known for his work under the ring name Volador Jr. with Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) in his native Mexico where he has been a regular competitor since 2001 and is currently one of the top level tecnicos ("good guys").
From 2007 to 2009, CMLL had a working relationship with American promotion Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, which saw CMLL's Averno, Rey Bucanero, Último Guerrero and Volador, Jr. winning the 2008 TNA World X Cup and TNA worker Alex Shelley winning the 2008 CMLL International Grand Prix.

Mexican National Trios Championship

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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. On December 5, 2003 he, El Felino and Safari won the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship by defeating the team of Alan Stone, Super Crazy and Zumbido in a tournament final.
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.

Leyenda de Plata

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He has won CMLL's Torneo Gran Alternativa, Leyenda de Plata and Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increibles tournaments.
Team "B" was Black Tiger, Fuerza Guerrera, Hombre Sin Nombre, Negro Casas, Olímpico, Tony Rivera, Violencia and Volador Jr..

CMLL Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increíbles

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He has won CMLL's Torneo Gran Alternativa, Leyenda de Plata and Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increibles tournaments.

NWA World Historic Welterweight Championship

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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.
Volador Jr. is the current NWA World Historic Welterweight Champion, having defeated Matt Taven on August 3, 2018.

Rocky Romero

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Volador Jr. participated in a tournament to determine the first ever CMLL World Super Lightweight Champion, but was defeated in the first round to Rocky Romero.
In late 2003, Romero began working for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, using the name "Havana Brother I, he would team up with Havana Brother II and Havana Brother III to form a three-man team known as Los Havana Brothers. A few months later Los Havana Brothers began working as Rocky Romero, Pinoy Boy and Bobby Quance respectively. On September 12, Romero became CMLL's first-ever World Super Lightweight Champion after defeating Volador Jr. in a tournament final. On November 14, Virus defeated Romero to win the championship, signaling the exit of Los Havana Brothers for the time being. In late 2004 Romero made a surprise return to CMLL and defeated Virus to regain the championship. After the title win he left CMLL again, occasionally defending the championship in Southern California. In 2005, local wrestler Tommy Williams won the Super Lightweight Championship but Romero regained it in January 2006.

Alan Stone (wrestler)

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On December 5, 2003 he, El Felino and Safari won the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship by defeating the team of Alan Stone, Super Crazy and Zumbido in a tournament final.
On December 5, 2003, he teamed with Zumbido and Super Crazy losing to Safari, El Felino and Volador, Jr. in a tournament final for the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship.

Sangre Azteca

The team was eliminated in the semifinals by Black Warrior and Sangre Azteca after having defeated Máscara Año 2000 and Enemigo Publico in the first round.
Finding no success, he stayed with CMLL and finally won the Mexican National Trios Championship with Doctor X and Nitro in early 2005 as the team of Los Guerreros del Infierno defeating Safari, El Felino, and Volador Jr. Seven months later, they lost the championship to Maximo, El Texano Jr., and El Sagrado, and failed to regain it twice.

Ephesto

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On December 5, 2003 he, El Felino and Safari won the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship by defeating the team of Alan Stone, Super Crazy and Zumbido in a tournament final.
In late 2003, Safari teamed up with El Felino and Volador, Jr. to win a tournament for the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship, defeating Alan Stone, Super Crazy, and Zumbido in a tournament final to claim the title.

Atlantis (wrestler)

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On August 14, 2001 Volador Jr. competed in the annual Torneo Gran Alternativa teaming with Atlantis.
His partner in the match was Olímpico, facing off against the teams of Místico and El Oriental, La Sombra and Histeria, El Alebrije and Volador Jr., and Último Guerrero and Averno.

CMLL Super Viernes (August 2010)

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Following the Super Viernes on August 13, 2010, where he attacked La Máscara, Volador Jr. began being booked as rudo, although the on again, off again feud with Místico was put to the side in favor of Volador Jr. against La Sombra.
The show hosted the second block of the 2010 Universal Championship tournament, with seven tournament matches.the following champions were involved in Block B on Jushin Thunder Liger, Negro Casas, Héctor Garza, Mr. Águila, La Mascara, Volador, Jr., Valiente, Metro.

Nitro (wrestler)

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Volador Jr., El Felino and Safari lost the Mexican National Trios Championship on March 25, 2005 to Pandilla Guerrera (Doctor X, Nitro and Sangre Azteca).
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.

El Felino

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On December 5, 2003 he, El Felino and Safari won the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship by defeating the team of Alan Stone, Super Crazy and Zumbido in a tournament final.
On December 5, 2003 Felino, Volador, Jr. and Safari won the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship by defeating Alan Stone, Super Crazy and Zumbido in a tournament final.

Homenaje a Dos Leyendas (2010)

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On the February 26 CMLL Super Viernes show it was announced that Místico, Volador Jr., La Sombra and El Felino would face off in a four way Lucha de Apuesta match as the main event of the 2010 Homenaje a Dos Leyendas.
The main event was a tag team elimination match with Volador Jr. and La Sombra facing Místico and El Felino.

Zumbido

On December 5, 2003 he, El Felino and Safari won the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship by defeating the team of Alan Stone, Super Crazy and Zumbido in a tournament final.
The two teamed up with Alan Stone to participate in a tournament for the vacant Mexican National Trios Championship but lost in the finals to El Felino, Safari and Volador, Jr..

Poder Mexica

Super Sky Team's status as double champions ended on February 3, 2009, when Volador Jr., El Sagrado and La Sombra lost the Mexican Trios Championship to Poder Mexica (Sangre Azteca, Black Warrior and Dragón Rojo, Jr.).
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..

CMLL World Lightweight Championship

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Volador Jr. participated in a tournament to determine the first ever CMLL World Super Lightweight Champion, but was defeated in the first round to Rocky Romero.
In 2003, CMLL reinstated the super lightweight championship after a series of well-received matches between the Southern California team the Havana Brothers (Havana Brothers I, Havana Brother II and Havana Brother III) and the CMLL team of Ricky Marvin, Virus, and Volador Jr. CMLL announced they were establishing the CMLL World Super Lightweight Championship, elevating the championship from a regional to a "World" level championship.

Los Guerreros Tuareg

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Volador Jr., El Felino and Safari lost the Mexican National Trios Championship on March 25, 2005 to Pandilla Guerrera (Doctor X, Nitro and Sangre Azteca).
In early 2005 Sangre Azteca, Doctor X and Nitro won the from Safari, El Felino, and Volador, Jr. Pandilla Guerra held the championship for 7 months and made three successful title defenses before they lost the championship to Maximo, El Texano, Jr., and El Sagrado.

CMLL 77th Anniversary Show

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The feud between the two led both wrestlers to be booked in the main event of the CMLL 77th Anniversary Show, a 14-man steel cage Lucha de Apuesta, mask vs. mask match.
The 14 competitors in the match were: Místico, La Sombra, Volador Jr., Averno, Mephisto, Ephesto, Jushin Thunder Liger, Último Guerrero, Atlantis, Mr. Niebla, El Alebrije, Histeria, Olímpico and Psicosis II.

CMLL Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increíbles (2013)

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Following their clash over the Reyes del Aire trophy, Volador Jr. and La Sombra were teamed up for the 2013 Torneo Nacional de Parejas Increibles tournament, the same tournament that in 2010 was the impetus for Volador Jr.'s rudo turn.
The tournament was won by the team of La Sombra and Volador Jr.

Dragón Rojo Jr.

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Super Sky Team's status as double champions ended on February 3, 2009, when Volador Jr., El Sagrado and La Sombra lost the Mexican Trios Championship to Poder Mexica (Sangre Azteca, Black Warrior and Dragón Rojo, Jr.).
After the draw Dragón Rojo Jr. and Sangre Azteca began teaming together, often with Black Warrior as the third man, quickly forming a trio called Poder Mexica (Spanish for "Mexican Power").The group saw mixed success around Mexico but remained undefeated in Arena Mexico, CMLL's main venue and soon earned a shot at the Mexican National Trios Championship held by El Sagrado, La Sombra and Volador Jr..

Black Warrior (wrestler)

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The team was eliminated in the semifinals by Black Warrior and Sangre Azteca after having defeated Máscara Año 2000 and Enemigo Publico in the first round.
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..