11, 1997 in Naucalpan, Mexico on a show that was co-promoted with International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG). Toryumon and IWRG would co-promote shows in Japan from 1997 until 2001, allowing the Ultimo Dragon Gym graduates to work on IWRG shows and even saw several graduates wrestlers win IWRG Championship.
: International Wrestling Revolution Group page 401–402 publisher Archeus Communications year 4th Edition 2006 isbn 0-9698161-5-4 accessdate April 5, 2010 Through his contacts with WCW Último Dragón also arranged for some of his first term graduates to wrestle on World Championship Wrestling shows.
, 1986 The '''Universal Wrestling Association''' (UWA) was a Mexican (Mexico) ''Lucha Libre'' or professional wrestling promotion based in Naucalpan, Mexico State that operated from 1975 until 1995. The name of the actual promotion was '''Lucha Libre Internaciónal''' (LLI) ("International wrestling") but outside of Mexico it is generally referred to as the UWA as it was the name of the fictional international sanctioning body that in storyline terms oversaw all championships promoted by the UWA. The company was founded by wrestler and trainer Ray Mendoza, promoter Francisco Flores (Francisco Flores (wrestling promoter)) and investor Benjamín Mora, Jr. as when they broke away from Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre) to form their own promotion. The company had working agreements with wrestling promotions both in the United States and Japan as they worked with New Japan Pro Wrestling, the World Wrestling Federation (World Wrestling Entertainment) and Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling (JWP). History In 1974 Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre) (CMLL) founder and owner Salvador Lutteroth brought his son into the promotion, grooming him to take over when the aging Lutteroth, Sr. eventually had to retire. This action combined with a very rigid and conservative promotional philosophy led EMLL's Promoter in Naucalpan, Mexico State, Francisco Flores (Francisco Flores (wrestling promoter)), EMLL wrestler and trainer Ray Mendoza and investor Benjamin Mora, Jr. to break away from EMLL to form their own company and challenge EMLL's dominance in Mexico. Naucalpan, Mexico State ''El Toreo de Naucalpan''
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U.S. DATE OF DEATH May 30, 1953 On February 14, 2009, Super Crazy made his return to International Wrestling Association in Puerto Rico where he won the Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship for a third time by defeating Joe Bravo. Super Crazy held the title until May 16, 2009 where he lost the title to Rick Stanley at IWA's ''Juicio Final'' Show. He was voted Most Likely to Succeed, and in 1980, after he graduated from high school, Dunham gave himself a career goal of obtaining, within ten years, an appearance on ''The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson'', which was seen as the "holy grail" for comedians. 50px Historic SH 26 left (Image:Old Texas 26.svg) '''SH 26''' was the last of the 26 original Texas highways proposed in 1917. The original route was to be a short route from Tyler (Tyler, Texas) through Henderson (Henderson, Texas) to Nacogdoches (Nacogdoches, Texas). By 1926, the stretch from Tyler to Henderson was reassigned to SH 64 (Texas State Highway 64). '''SH 26''' was instead routed northward to Longview (Longview, Texas) over part of SH 43 (Texas State Highway 43). By 1939, it had been extended north to the Oklahoma border via a proposed section of Texas SH 149 (Texas State Highway 149) and SH 11 (Texas State Highway 11). In 1962, '''SH 26''' was cancelled when U.S. Highway 259 (U.S. Highway 259 (Texas)) was routed over its entire length. Houston, Texas; San Antonio, Texas; Corpus Christi (Corpus Christi, Texas), Texas; Fort Worth, Texas; Tyler (Tyler, Texas), Texas; Midland (Midland, Texas), Texas; Denver, Colorado; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma;
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an international tour. This tour began with a presentation in Boston for Power House Wrestling Of New England. And continued with a visit to Ecuador where he would defend the Wrestling Alliance Revolution Tag Team Championship. The tour concluded in Panama where he defended the company's title against Ricky Banderas.
participated in a tag team match, where he teamed with a wrestler using the name Don Vega. They defeated a team that included the company's heavyweight champion.
of the United States state of Alabama, between Rogersville (Rogersville, Alabama) and Huntsville (Huntsville, Alabama). Created by Wheeler Dam along the Tennessee River, it stretches 60 miles (96.5 km) from Wheeler Dam to Guntersville Dam. It is Alabama's second largest lake at 67,100 acres (272 km²). Parks was then discovered by Dutch Mantel, who at the time was booking the IWA Puerto Rico (International Wrestling Association), when Mantel attended
before returning via Mexico City and Hong Kong. In June, Wahid once again visited America, Japan, and France with Iran, Pakistan, and Egypt as the new additions to the list of countries which he had visited. Barton (2002), page 294, pp. 297–298, p.308 Máscaras made his international wrestling debut in 1968 at the Olympic Auditorium (Grand Olympic Auditorium) in Los Angeles, getting involved in great rivalries (feud (professional wrestling)) against the likes of Ernie Ladd, John Tolos, Black Gordman, and Goliath. In Mexico City, he unmasked El Halcon in a triangular tournament that included Alfonso Dantés in the 1970s. Given Lizardi's career as a pioneering Mexican journalist, his novel can also be read as a journal of opinion in the guise of a picaresque novel. It follows the adventures of Pedro Sarmiento (nicknamed "Periquillo Sarniento" or "Mangy Parrot" by his disreputable friends), who, like Lizardi himself, is the son of a ''Criollo (Spanish Criollo peoples)'' family from Mexico City with more pretensions to "good birth" than means of support. The story begins with Periquillo’s birth and miseducation and continues through his endless attempts to make an unearned living, as a student, a friar, a gambler, a notary, a barber, a pharmacist, a doctor, a beggar, a soldier, a count, and a thief, until late in life he sees the light and begins to lead an honest life. thumb left Boeing 737 Boeing 737-112 (File:Copa Panama 737-112.jpg) at Miami International Airport in 1990 Expansion continued during the 1990s, when service was started to Buenos Aires, Argentina; Santiago, Chile; Bogotá, Colombia; Havana, Cuba; Guayaquil, Ecuador; Lima, Peru; Mexico City, Mexico (Mexico City); Caracas, Venezuela; and many other important Latin American cities. '''El Dorado International Airport''' Dmoz:Regional North America Mexico States Federal District Commons:Category:Mexico City Wikipedia:Mexico City