Naucalpan

What is Naucalpan known for?


regular shows

August 2003 publisher SW Publishing LTD location Lancaster, Lancashire, England accessdate March 3, 2010 On January 1, 1999 Toryumon held its first show in Japan and from that point forward began promoting regular shows in Japan. Toryumon's combination of traditional Japanese Puroresu, Mexican Lucha Libre and elements of Sports Entertainment that Último Dragón had observed while working for WCW such as outside


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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


wrestling shows

: 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.


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Allmusic accessdate 2010-11-13 They were founded in 1989, and since then have had the same musical lineup of Rubén Isaac Albarrán Ortega (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), Emmanuel "Meme" del Real Díaz (keyboards (Keyboard instrument), piano, programming (Programming (music)), rhythm guitar, melodica, vocals), José Alfredo "Joselo" Rangel Arroyo (lead guitar, vocals), and Enrique 'Quique' Rangel Arroyo: (bass guitar, electric


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of Naucalpan. Naucalpan, Mexico State ''El Toreo de Naucalpan''


major natural

Thursday and Sunday. The Naucalli Park occupies an area of forty three hectares and is a major natural area filled with trees and other vegetation. It also contains recreational and sporting facilities such as skating rinks, bike paths, playgrounds (''naucalli'') and the Casa de Cultura Naucalli. ref name "ccnau">


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, Mexico founder Último Dragón History During his time working for World Championship Wrestling (WCW) in the United States Japanese wrestler Último Dragón decided to open up a wrestling school in Naucalpan, Mexico to give Japanese hopefuls the chance to learn the Mexican lucha libre style like Dragón had. The wrestling school operated


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promoter) Francisco Flores , 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.


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publisher language Spanish format accessdate October 28, 2010 (also known as ''Estadio Valle Bowl'') in Naucalpan, State of Mexico. Capacity: 3.700. Universal Wrestling Association Fishman rose to notoriety in the UWA (Universal Wrestling Association), holding the UWA World Light Heavyweight Championship four times

Communications year 4th Edition 2006 isbn 0-9698161-5-4 (tied with Karloff Lagarde for most title reigns). His first reign as UWA World Light Heavyweight Championship begins December 12, 1980 by defeating Perro Aguayo. On March 1, 1981 he lost the title to Villano III. However, on July 19, 1981 Fisman regained the championship. The three last named match all take place in Naucalpan, Mexico. After holding the title for over a year, he lost it to Sangre Chicana

in Mexico City on November 12, 1982. Three month later, on February 27, 1982, he regain the championship and lost it back to Sangre Chicana after over nineteen month, both match took place in Naucalpan, Mexico. Sangre Chicana vacated the title due to injury not later than in March 1984. On April 1, 1984 in Naucalpan, Mexico Fishman defeated Villano III in a tournament final to win his fourth UWA World Light Heavyweight Championship. This reign lasted nearly two an a half years until losing


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, Church of the Inmaculada Concepcion and the Church of Los Remedios. In 1574, the Temple of San Bartolome Naucalpan was built, with the towers constructed later in 1629. The area was important in colonial times for the mining of building stone, sand and gravel which was used for many constructions in Mexico City including the Mexico City Metropolitan Cathedral and the National Palace (National Palace (Mexico)). In 1810, the Virgin of the Remedios was brought here from the Mexico City Cathedral, dressed as a general. She was proclaimed as a patroness of Spain and the “guardian of the Spanish Army.” Locally, she was called a “gachupina” (slang word for Spaniard). She eventually became the patroness of Naucalpan, with 450th anniversary of her finding celebrated in 1990. Her sanctuary was built in 1875. In 1821, brothers Joaquin and Bernardo Miramín founded the newspaper “Diario Militar.” One of the writers for this paper was José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi, popularly known as “El Pensador Mexicano” (The Mexican Thinker) . The town remained a dependency of Tlalnepantla (Tlalnepantla de Baz) for much of the 19th century even though it had become an independent municipality in 1826. Industrialization began here with the founding of the Hilados and Tejidos de Rio Hondo factory, inaugurated by Benito Juarez in 1869. In 1899, the territory of Santa Cruz del Monte was added to the municipality. During the Mexican Revolution, Zapatista leaders Rafael Carrillo and Roman Diaz operated in the nearby Chimalpa mountains against federal forces. The Toreo de Cuatro Caminos was inaugurated in 1947. It was the icon of the city for many years, as well as the symbol of Naucalpan’s Metro station, Cuatro Caminos. Naucalpan, Mexico State ''El Toreo de Naucalpan''

Naucalpan

'''Naucalpan''', officially '''Naucalpan de Juárez''', is a city and municipality located just northwest of Mexico City in adjoining State of Mexico. The name Naucalpan comes from Nahuatl and means “place of the four neighborhoods or four houses. “de Juárez was added to the official name in 1874 in honor of Benito Juárez.

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