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Mexico State area luchadora since 2018. She was trained by [[Rocky Santana]] and [[Rey Justicia]].  Her ring name was inspired by a short story she wrote while attending middle school. That story was about a the life a of a luchadora. She had the illusion to train some day. She had an affinity for the astrology, her star sign is Sagittarius and its element is fire. She avoided a name like "Lady Fuego" and looked for variations and she found "lumbre" (Spanish synonym for fire like blaze) then she added a feminine suffix.
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Mexico State area luchadora since 2018. She was trained by [[Rocky Santana]] and [[Rey Justicia]].  Her ring name was inspired by a short story she wrote while attending middle school. That story was about the life a of a luchadora. She had the illusion to train some day. She had an affinity for astrology, her star sign is Sagittarius and its element is fire. She avoided a name like "Lady Fuego" and looked for variations and she found "lumbre" (Spanish synonym for fire like blaze) then she added a feminine suffix.
  
 
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Revision as of 20:41, 16 January 2019

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Lumbrela
Lumbrela
Name Lumbrela
Real name
Nicknames
Name history Lumbrela (debut-)
Family
Maestro(s) Rocky Santana, Rey Justicia
Birth date, location Tepojaco, Cuautitlán Izcalli, Mexico State
Obituary date
Debut, location December 8, 2018 - Arena Cuautitlán Izcalli, Mexico State
Lost mask to
Height 155 cm
Weight 71 kg
Signature moves Cerrajera, Cangrejo, Superplex
Titles:

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Mexico State area luchadora since 2018. She was trained by Rocky Santana and Rey Justicia. Her ring name was inspired by a short story she wrote while attending middle school. That story was about the life a of a luchadora. She had the illusion to train some day. She had an affinity for astrology, her star sign is Sagittarius and its element is fire. She avoided a name like "Lady Fuego" and looked for variations and she found "lumbre" (Spanish synonym for fire like blaze) then she added a feminine suffix.

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