Mexican professional wrestler Adolfo Margarito Tapia Ibarra is known as "La Parka." He's a legendary Mexican wrestler. La Parka promoted several promising Mexican wrestlers. Raul Reyes and Alberto Mora trained him in 1982.
Merced Sols, known as Tito Santana, was a great WWF wrestler. Hiro Matsuda and Bob Orton trained him for his 1977 debut. He played quarterback in college at West Texas State University. Tito Santana is one of the finest Mexican wrestlers, having won the AWF Heavyweight Championship twice.
Psicosis is the ring name of well-liked Mexican professional wrestler Dionicio Castellanos Torres. He began his professional career in 1989 and has been mentored by Rey Misterio. On the list of the top 10 Mexican wrestlers in history, he comes in at number eight.
Jose Alberto Rodriguez Chucuan, known as Alberto el Rio, is another notable Mexican-American wrestler. He promotes wrestling and does MMA. He had a lengthy, successful, and outstanding wrestling career.
Another well-known Mexican-American professional wrestler and wrestling promoter joins the long list of greats. Chavo Guerrero is the ring moniker used by Salvador Guerrero IV. His professional career began in 1994, and he is still on the road to success.
One of the finest wrestlers in Mexican history, Mil Mascaras is a well-known Mexican luchador. His professional career began in 1963, and he rose to stardom with the stage name Mil Mascaras. Throughout his professional career, he, like many other Mexican wrestlers, wore a mask.
Juventud Guerrera is Eduardo Anibal Gonzalez Hernandez's ring moniker. After training under Fuerza Guerrera, Pepe Casas, and Cacique Mara, he debuted in 1992. Among his wrestling titles is the AAA Cruiserweight Championship.
El Santo is one of the most popular and greatest Mexican luchadores. He started in 1934 and died in 1984, before the current era of wrestling. El Santo is a legendary figure in Mexican professional wrestling.
The coach of numerous champion wrestlers One of the most well-known and accomplished wrestlers in history is Eddie Guerrero. He began his professional career in 1986 and quickly rose to incredible success. Sadly, this magnificent figure was lost to professional wrestling in 2005 when he was 38 years old.