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A mid 2000s CMLL midcarder who never seemed to move past the spot he started with, and eventually started to get pass by groups of younger wrestlers. Had a long partnership with [[Tigre Blanco]] and a shorter trio also with [[Rey Tigre]], but none of those groups had any momentum. As of 2010, he's still around, but more for his eventually mask loss than any plans the company has for him.
 
A mid 2000s CMLL midcarder who never seemed to move past the spot he started with, and eventually started to get pass by groups of younger wrestlers. Had a long partnership with [[Tigre Blanco]] and a shorter trio also with [[Rey Tigre]], but none of those groups had any momentum. As of 2010, he's still around, but more for his eventually mask loss than any plans the company has for him.
  
Started out as '''Tigre Metalico''', taking the name as a tribute to original trainer [[Tigre de Oro]]<ref>[http://www.luchaloco.com/the_book.htm LuchaLoco website]</ref>, which led to those obvious Tigre teamups. Around the end of May [[2007]], he suddenly switched to the name '''Metalico''', dropping the Tigre reference in both his name and his look. There was no full public explanation, but CMLL appeared to be trademarking the names and identities of all of their wrestlers around this time, so perhaps they found out that the name Tigre Metalico was held by another and made this one switch.  
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Started out as '''Tigre Metalico''', taking the name as a tribute to original trainer [[Tigre de Oro]]<ref>[http://www.luchaloco.com/the_book.htm LuchaLoco website]</ref>, which led to those obvious Tigre teamups. Around the end of May [[2007]], he suddenly switched to the name '''Metalico''', dropping the Tigre reference in both his name and his look. There was no full public explanation, but CMLL appeared to be trademarking the names and identities of all of their wrestlers around this time, so perhaps they found out that the name Tigre Metalico was held by another and made this one switch.
  
 
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{{aline|[[2014]]/[[08/10]]|mask|[[Oro Jr. (2012)|Oro Jr.]]|[[Metálico]]|[[Arena Mexico]] - [[Mexico City]]}}
 
{{aline|[[2014]]/[[08/10]]|mask|[[Oro Jr. (2012)|Oro Jr.]]|[[Metálico]]|[[Arena Mexico]] - [[Mexico City]]}}
{{aline|[[2019]]/[[05/17]]|hair|Metálico|[[ Disturbio]]|[[Arena Coliseo]] - Mexico City}}
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{{aline|[[2019]]/[[05/04]]|hair|Metálico|[[ Disturbio]]|[[Arena Coliseo]] - Mexico City}}
 
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Latest revision as of 09:19, 28 June 2019

Pentagon Black used this name for a while; see Metálico (disambiguation) for a full list

Profile

Metálico
Metálico
Name Metálico
Real name Salvador Munguia
Nicknames "El Pedro Infante de la Lucha Libre"
Name history Tigre Metalico (??-2007), Metálico (2007- ), Tigre Infante (as referee)
Family
Maestro(s) Shocker, El Hijo Del Gladiador, José Luis Feliciano, Toño Aguirre, Tigre de Oro
Birth date, location November 30, 1969- Mexico City
Obituary date
Debut, location 1992
Lost mask to Oro Jr. August 10th, 2014 Arena Mexico
Height 173 cm/5'8"
Weight 90 kg/198 lbs
Signature moves Asai Moonsault(outside the ring), Moonsault Plancha, Slingshot somersault senton plancha, headscissors from the apron
Titles:

A mid 2000s CMLL midcarder who never seemed to move past the spot he started with, and eventually started to get pass by groups of younger wrestlers. Had a long partnership with Tigre Blanco and a shorter trio also with Rey Tigre, but none of those groups had any momentum. As of 2010, he's still around, but more for his eventually mask loss than any plans the company has for him.

Started out as Tigre Metalico, taking the name as a tribute to original trainer Tigre de Oro[1], which led to those obvious Tigre teamups. Around the end of May 2007, he suddenly switched to the name Metalico, dropping the Tigre reference in both his name and his look. There was no full public explanation, but CMLL appeared to be trademarking the names and identities of all of their wrestlers around this time, so perhaps they found out that the name Tigre Metalico was held by another and made this one switch.

Lucha de Apuestas Record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/??/?? mask Tigre Metalico Sùper Scare ?
2005/09/17 mask Tigre Metalico Mr. Estruendo Salon Mundet - Mexico City
2014/08/10 mask Oro Jr. Metálico Arena Mexico - Mexico City
2019/05/04 hair Metálico Disturbio Arena Coliseo - Mexico City

Gallery

Los Tigres Del Ring
as Tigre Metalico
Metalico tigre.jpg
Metálico A.jpg
Metálico B.jpg
Meta 3.JPG


as referee


Sources