El Caballero Tigre

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El Caballero Tigre
El Caballero Tigre
Name El Caballero Tigre
Real name Pedro Bolaños
Name history Pedro Bolaños, Caballero Tigre (1960- 1986), El Santo (In Sudamerica)
Family Gallo Tapado (son); Gallo Tapado Jr. (grandson); El Hijo Del Gallo Tapado Jr. (great grandson)
Birth date, location
Obituary date 1999
Debut, location
Lost mask to
Height 167 cm/6' 6"
Weight 82 kg/181 lb
Signature moves
Titles: South America Title


Real name Pedro Bolaños, he wrestled under that name in the mid-60's as a tecnico. After wrestling in Central and South America he returned to Mexico and decided to begin a new career for himself at the age of 39 by putting on a mask.

His mask was historic due to the fact it was the first time anyone had worn a mask with an opening for their mouth. El Solitario eventually copied this design for his own legendary mask.

Formed famous teams with Carta Brava, El Condor & El Lince (who died tragically in a car accident at a young age). Also teamed with his son El Caballero Tigre II who would eventually go on to acheive fame under the name Gallo Tapado.

He had many rivals throughout his career but the most memorable was with Dr. Karonte. They never made it to a mask match and both retired with their respective masks. Some of his other rivals included Canaima, Espectro I, Hermano Muerte I (who eventually became Sangre Fria), Hermano Muerte II, Chanoc, El Duque, Professor Satan & Tom Mix.

Although he never made it to Arena Mexico, he was well known in the smaller arenas throughout the Distrito Federal area. Some of those arenas included Arena Xochilmilco, Arena Naucalpan & Arena Monumental.

He retired in 1986, never losing the mask and left the Caballero Tigre gimmick to his son Caballero Tigre II (Gallo Tapado).

After his retirement he became a director on the Association for Retired Luchadores, a position which he held until his death in 1999.

By: axl5141

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
1954 mask Pedro Bolaños Fantomas Tamaulipas
1955 hair Pedro Bolaños Eddie Martinez Plaza de Toros Valente Arellano, Torreón, Coahuila
1956 masks (1) Pedro Bolaños, Chico Veloz & Mario Llanes ???, ???, ??? Arena Coliseo-Mexico City
??/??/?? mask Caballero Tigre Canaima ??
1962 mask Caballero Tigre Cruz Diablo ??
1963/??/?? mask Caballero Tigre Johnny James ??
1963 mask Caballero Tigre Peter James Tamaulipas
1972 mask Caballero Tigre El Espia ??
1972 mask Caballero Tigre Cuervo Tampico
??/??/?? mask Caballero Tigre El Monstruo ??
(1) José Luis Valero forgot him to mention to what masked men trio they loss his masks with Bolaños, Chico and Llanes, a pity, since it is strange that a hair falls down before a mask and more strange that three masks fall down in the same match


unmasked 1956
w/El Lince 1966
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