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Revision as of 23:16, 17 May 2017

Krazystar
Krazystar
Name Krazystar
Real name
Nicknames "The Zombie Rocker"
Name history Crazy Star (debut), Krazystar (current)
Family Destino (brother)
Maestro(s) Alda Moreno, Aki Kanbayashi, Arkángel de la Muerte, Cynthia Moreno, Franco Colombo, Hijo del Gladiador, Mr. América, Ricky González, Rossy Moreno, Skayde, Último Guerrero, Vicky Carranza
Birth date, location April 22, 1992 - Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico State
Obituary date
Debut, location February 29, 2008 - Arena Azteca Budokan, Nezahualcoyotl
Lost mask to
Height 150 cms/4'11"
Weight 55 kgs/120 lbs
Signature moves
Titles: XWW Women's Championship, Lucha Libre MX Women's Championship


Notes

Gallery

earlier look
CrazyStar2.jpg
FB IMG 1495079872853.jpg
Winner of the Divas Coliseinas Tournament
Received 267417540396167.jpeg
newspaper of her latest championship victory


Received 267417553729499.jpeg



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