Bandido

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El Bandido
El Bandido
Name El Bandido
Real name
Nicknames El Más Buscado (The Most Wanted)
Name history Magnífico II (debut - 2016), Monaguillo II (Laguna, 2011), Cielito (TxT, 2015), Bandido (ELITE, 2016 -)
Family Apóstol Jr. (father), Angelikal (brother), Magia Blanca (cousin), Tony Arellano (grandfather), El Húngaro (great grandfather)
Maestro(s) Franco Colombo, Hijo del Gladiador, Indio Chirikawa, Kaín, Stuka I, Último Guerrero
Birth date, location April 17, 1995 - Torreón, Coahuila
Obituary date
Debut, location
Lost mask to
Height 170 cm/5'7"
Weight 83 kg/183 lb
Signature moves Revolution Fly
Titles: AMLL Welterweight Championship, DDT Ironman Heavymetalweight Championship, DGW Trios Cup 2014 (w/Magnífico I & Tritón), ELITE Welterweight Championship, G21 Gran Alternativa Tournament 2017 (w/Laredo Kid), PROGRESS Tag Team Championship (w/Flamita), PWG Battle Of Los Angeles Tournament 2019, The Crash Cruiserweight Championship, WWA World Welterweight Championship

Member of Los Magníficos alongside his cousin Magnífico I. Los Magníficos split off when Magnífico I came to CMLL and was repackaged as Magia Blanca. Magnífico II continued his lone career on independent circuit until he arrived to ELITE, getting a new gimmick to become Bandido. In 2018, Bandido became a rising star on world indy circuit, touring in Japan for Dragon Gate, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla in the United States, as well as many other promotions in both the USA, and Europe, primarily the United Kingdom.

On December 16, 2018 it was reported Bandido signed with ROH, making him the first Mexican wrestler to sign a full time contract with ROH.

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As Magnifico
As Cielito in Todo X El Todo
As Bandido in ELITE
As AMLL Welterweight Champion
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