Training and Debut
When he was 11 years old, he began to train with his aunt Gatubela at a local arena in Saltillo. He did not train for wrestling, just as an exercise and to get in shape. At the age of 13, the future Infierno started training with his uncle Green Demon I and his father a Arena Obreros del Progreso, an arena owned by his grandfather Costeñito Moy for two years, until his debut at the age of 15.
His debut was in a fundraising event for the reconstruction of El Cristo de las Galeras of Saltillo, which had been burned. He went with his father Chavo Lomeli & Imperio Rojo against Zorro Plateado, Zorro Plateado Jr. & Piloto 2000 three great veteran wrestlers.
He had wrestled in Monterrey, Saltillo, Laredo, part of the North of Mexico. Then he went to CMLL Mexico City Training School with the then head trainer Tony Salazar on 2014. His ring name was based on the rock band Los Angeles del Infierno, and Tony Salazar himself told him that he would go as Infierno. He had presentations in Pachuca, Tulancingo, Dragón Manía, Arena Coliseo Coacalco]], Sala de Armas, among others. He was in Mexico City for about two years and a half wrestling in the area.
His wrestling style is well rounded, stiff he is technical and performs the strong style. Although he executes high flying moves he does not do them often and he had extreme matches.
In his first years of wrestling career he had a rivalry with Crazy Flamer. They went to a mask vs mask match. The then Angel del Infierno had to years of in ring career and Crazy Flamer on the other had was much more experienced luchador. Angel del Infierno won his first lucha de apuestas.
His eternal rival is Guerrero Negro II Jr.. The had wrestled in different types of matches including extreme. They went to a lucha de apuestas of mask vs hair making this Infierno's second victory.
Lucha de Apuestas Record
|Arena and/or Place
|Angel del Infierno
|Angel del Infierno
|Guerrero Negro II Jr.
|Arena Obreros del Progreso