this is the more well known Espanto Jr., from the last 80s and early 90s. His son, who wrestles in CMLL the 2010s, is listed under Espanto Jr. (CMLL)
An immensely talented wrestler in the lighter weight divisions, Jesus Andrade struggled to find a place in wrestling until he took on the Espanto Jr. gimmick. This naturally created a rivalry with El Hijo del Santo, whose father had unmasked both Espanto I and Espanto II (as a member of the famous Moro family, Andrade was not related to the original Espantos). Espanto Jr. and Hijo del Santo had multiple classics against each other, including the match in which Espanto lost his mask.
After years in the UWA, Andrade jumped to AAA very shortly after its formation. He still had his ability but didn't receive a big push there until 1995. That was when he became Santo Negro, a (supposedly) foreign enemy of El Hijo del Santo. This storyline came to an end when other members of Santo's family objected to such use of the Santo name, which led to Santo Negro converting to Pentagon and changing his focus to Octagon. The Pentagon gimmick lasted a bit longer, but Andrade was forced into immediate retirement in early 1996 when he collapsed in the ring and nearly died.
Lucha de Apuestas Record
|Date||Apuesta||Winner(s)||Loser(s)||Arena and/or Place|
|1985/02/03||mask||Espanto Jr.||Dr. Hoo||Monterrey, Nuevo Leon|
|1986/08/31||mask||El Hijo del Santo||Espanto Jr.||Plaza de Toros Monumental - Monterrey, N.L.|
|1987/08/02||hair||El Hijo del Santo||Espanto Jr.||Auditorio Municipal - Torreón, Coahuila|
|1988/05/08||hair||El Hijo del Santo||Espanto Jr.||Plaza de Toros Monumental - Monterrey, N.L.|
|1989/09/17||hair||El Hijo del Santo||Espanto Jr.||El Toreo - Naucalpan, Mexico State|
|91/06/02||hair||Super Muñeco||Espanto Jr.||Auditorio Municipal - Torreón, Coahuila|