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the Tijuana luchador Príncipe Arandú has his own profile


Name Arandú
Real name
Name history Príncipe Aries (1977-1981), Arandú (1981-now)
Family Tigre Misterio (brother) Rey Tawa, Arandú Jr., Lobo (sons)
Birth date, location
Obituary date
Debut, location 1977 - Piedras Negras, Coahuila
Lost mask to ?, 1981 (as Principe Aries)
Signature moves


Veteran wrestler who has worked the Monterrey area since the late 80's. Already seen by many lucha magazines and experts as an excellent talent during his stint as Principe Aries. His long hair always set him up for important hair matches. A pretty charismatic wrestler who was above average in the ring. As A luchador he was quite a Journeyman, however when he made his mark in american rings -notably Southwest Championship Wrestling- for the americans he was an encyclopedia of wrestling. Arandu trained many in his rings, but they wouldn't last because he would stretch them all out, he wanted to see if they would last! Those that lasted became very good luchadores! Arandu in more than 30 years was not the biggest superstar, yet he was very respected anywhere he went, you could compare him to a Barry Horowitz, Dusty Wolfe, the list goes on! Arandu lived in Eagle Pass, Tx (Piedras Negras) yet his homebase of operation was San Antonio, Tx, when he wasn't working for Southwest Wrestling he was a main stay at Arena Valadez where he headlined many Main Event's with his main partner "El Horoscopo" both in the 80's.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
88/??/?? hair Arandú Guerrero Negro Arena Coliseo de Monterrey
90/??/?? hair Arandú Kato Kung Lee Arena Coliseo - Monterrey, Nuevo León
95/10/23 hair La Parka Arandú Nuevo Laredo
02/09/?? hair Arandú Rudy Reyna Plaza de Toros Monumental - Monterrey, N.L.
02/09/29 hair (2) Damian 666 Arandú Arena Coliseo - Monterrey, Nuevo León
(1) Triangle 'bull terrier' (chain) match with Tornado Negro; (2) Cage match with Veneno and Super Parka


2005, Nuevo Laredo: Lemus II & Arandu