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He retired in [[1980]] but continues in lucha training aspiring luchadores at [[Gimnasio el Mezquital]] in [[Apodaca]], [[Nuevo Leon]].
 
He retired in [[1980]] but continues in lucha training aspiring luchadores at [[Gimnasio el Mezquital]] in [[Apodaca]], [[Nuevo Leon]].
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Revision as of 03:58, 14 January 2013

Bello Califa
Bello Califa
Name Bello Califa
Real name Héctor Amaya
Nicknames
Name history Bello Califa
Family
Maestro(s)
Birth date, location 1921 or 1922
Obituary date December 2010
Debut, location
Lost mask to
Height
Weight
Signature moves La Califiña
Titles:

Notes

Worked as a acrobat in the circus for 10 years before switching careers to lucha libre.

Invented a version of the move that would later be adapted into the Huracarrana, which he calls La Califiña. Califa would later work in several of Ramierez's lucha films.

He retired in 1980 but continues in lucha training aspiring luchadores at Gimnasio el Mezquital in Apodaca, Nuevo Leon.