Crazy 33

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This is the second Rocky Star; see the first Rocky Star or Rocky Star (disambugation)


Crazy Boy 33
Crazy Boy 33
Name Crazy Boy 33
Real name José Luis Téllez
Nicknames El Chiplon, el Hijo Prodigo de Cd Juarez
Name history El Forastero (debut), El 33, Crazy Boy/ Crazy 33(ACASA), Rocky Star (EMLL, Panama), Crazy Star II (LLI/UWA), Crazy Boy II (Guatemala)
Family Sirenita (ex-wife, Raul Reyes (Suegro), El Zapatista (Cuñado), Skandalo (Sobrino)
Maestro(s) El Cobarde
Birth date, location September 30, 1962 - Cd Juarez
Obituary date
Debut, location 1974
Lost mask to December 1, 1989 vs Fuerza Guerrera - Arena Mexico
Signature moves
Titles: Northern Tag Team Championship ( w/Crazy Boy 32), IWA World Light Heavyweight Championship


In the final match of relevos suicidas between "El 32", Crazy 33 chose to voluntarily unmask, he said never lost his mask, but other version say they lost his mask with Crazy 32 and the next week El 32 chose to voluntarily unmask.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
80's mask Crazy Boy 32 Crazy Boy 33 Ciudad Juarez
89/12/01 mask (1) Fuerza Guerrera Rocky Star II Arena México - Mexico City
??/??/?? mask Sandokan Rocky Star Panama
??/??/?? hair Latin Lover Crazy 33 Monterrey, Nuevo León
??/??/?? hair El Texano & Silver King Crazy Stars I & II Mexico City
04/07/01 hairs Zumbido & Super Brazo Brazo de Platino & Crazy 33 Arena Isabel - Cuernavaca, Morelos
2013/06/23 hair (2) Psycho Clown, Murder Clown, Monster Clown Cinta de oro, Rocky Star, Crazy 33 Cd. Juarez
14/06/01 Hair (2) Émulo Crazy 33 Gimnasio Josué Neri Santos - Juárez, Chihuahua
(1) Relevos Suicidas: All Star & El Hijo del Santo vs Fuerza Guerrera & Rocky Star II, (2) Seconds local radio announcers hair was on the line; (3) Relevos Suicidas: Aéreo & Émulo vs Crazy 33 & Rocky Star


As Crazy Star II