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== Biography ==  
Hijo del Perro Aguayo began his career at the age of 15 in [[AAA]] as a tecnico. He teamed with his father [[Perro Aguayo]]. Formed a team [[Los Junior Atomicos]] and later a tag team with [[Hector Garza]]. In 2003 left AAA and joined [[CMLL]]. Continued on mainly as a tecnico until he turned heel in a famous angle when he won the [[Leyenda de Plata]] tournament and when [[Hijo del Santo]] came to award him the trophy he smashed it. In 2004 created [[Los Perros del Mal]] which became a hugely popular heel group within CMLL. They battled the likes of [[Myzteziz|Mistico I]] & [[Negro Casas]]. Perrito along with other Perros del Mal members left CMLL in 2008 to form their own promotion effectively turning the group into an even bigger entity. The promotion used everyone from Indie, CMLL and Triple A stars. In 2010 Perrito returned to AAA to lead an invasion of his Perros del Mal into the promotion. Perrito himself became an even bigger star as the top heel in AAA feuding with all the tecnicos and forming [[La Sociedad]] with [[Konnan]] and [[Dorian Roldan]]. Perrito's legend grew as he feuded with [[La Parka Jr.]], [[Cibernetico]], [[Myzteziz]], [[Rey Misterio Jr.]], and [[El Patrón Alberto]].
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Pedro Aguayo Ramírez (July 23, 1979 – March 21, 2015) was a Mexican luchador or professional wrestler and promoter who achieved fame in lucha libre as Perro Aguayo Jr. or El Hijo del Perro Aguayo ("The Son of [[Perro Aguayo]]"). He was the real-life son of lucha libre legend Perro Aguayo and not a storyline "Junior". Perro Aguayo Jr began his career at the age of 15 in [[AAA]] as a tecnico. He teamed with his father [[Perro Aguayo]]. Formed a team [[Los Junior Atomicos]] and later a tag team with [[Hector Garza]]. Continued on mainly as a tecnico until he turned heel in a famous angle when he won the [[Leyenda de Plata]] tournament and when [[Hijo del Santo]] came to award him the trophy he smashed it. In 2003 left AAA and joined [[CMLL]]. In mid-2004 he created [[Los Perros del Mal]] which became a hugely popular heel group within [[Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre]] CMLL. The group became a significant draw in Mexican professional wrestling, peaking during Perro Aguayo Jr's storyline rivalries with [[Místico]],[[Negro Casas]]  and [[Héctor Garza]]. In October 2008, Perro Aguayo Jr left CMLL to start his own independent professional wrestling promotion Perros del Mal Producciones, built around members of Los Perros del Mal group effectively turning the group into an even bigger entity.The promotion used everyone from Indie, CMLL and AAA stars. In June 2010, Perro Aguayo Jr returned to [[Asistencia Asesoría y Administración]] (AAA) after a seven-year absence to start an invasion storyline involving his group into the promotion. Perro Aguayo Jr himself became an even bigger star as the top heel in AAA feuding with all the tecnicos and forming [[La Sociedad]] with [[Konnan]] and [[Dorian Roldan]]. Perro Aguayo Jr's legend grew as he feuded with [[La Parka Jr.]], [[Cibernetico]], [[Myzteziz]], [[Rey Misterio Jr.]], and [[El Patrón Alberto]]. Perro Aguayo Jr died on [[March 21]], [[2015]] after an accident during a match teaming with [[Manik]] against [[Rey Misterio Jr.]] and [[Extreme Tiger]], due to a freak accident during the match, which was covered extensively by many news outlets across the world. Reports indicate a ring rope snapped into his throat or head, and he fell to the mat unconscious.  It was originally believed he was just selling, but he'd actually been knocked unconscious. Perro was rushed to the Del Padro hospital, and pronounced dead early next morning. Following his death, Aguayo was inducted into the AAA Hall of Fame and the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame.
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Perro Aguayo Jr. died on [[March 21]], [[2015]] after an accident during a match teaming with [[Manik]] against [[Rey Misterio Jr.]] and [[Extreme Tiger]]. According to news reports, Perro suffered fatal injuries during a match in [[Tijuana]]. Reports indicate a ring rope snapped into his throat or head, and he fell to the mat unconscious.  It was originally believed he was just selling, but he'd actually been knocked unconscious. Perro was rushed to the Del Padro hospital, and pronounced dead early next morning.
 
  
 
== Luchas de apuestas record ==
 
== Luchas de apuestas record ==

Revision as of 00:42, 20 March 2017

Profile

Perro Aguayo Jr.
Perro Aguayo Jr.
Name Perro Aguayo Jr.
Real name Pedro Aguayo Ramírez
Nicknames "El Arquitecto del Mal "
Name history Perro Aguayo Jr./Perrito Aguayo/El Hijo De Perro Aguayo (debut - death)
Family Perro Aguayo (father), Pepe Aguayo (cousin), El Ídolo (uncle), Los Idolos I & II (cousins)
Maestro(s) Perro Aguayo, Gran Cochisse
Birth date, location July 23, 1979 - Mexico City
Obituary date March 21, 2015
Debut, location June 18, 1995 - Auditorio Rio Nilo - Tonala, Jalisco
Lost mask to
Height 5'9"/174 cm
Weight 194 lb/88 kg
Signature moves La Lanza (double foot stomp), La Silla, Perrito Driver (Low Blow)
Titles: National Atomicos Title (w/ Blue Demon Jr., Máscara Sagrada Jr. & La Parka Jr.), National Tag Team Titles (2, w/ Perro Aguayo), National Light Heavyweight Title, WWA World Tag Team Titles (3, w/ El Hijo del Santo, w/Ultimo Guerrero, w/ Hector Garza), 6th Annual Leyenda de Plata Tournament, 2006 Gran Alternativa Tournament (w/ Misterioso II), CMLL Trios Titles (w/Mr. Aguila & Hector Garza), Copa TripleManía 2014, Rey de Reyes 2012
Wrestling Observer Hall Of Fame Member

Biography

Pedro Aguayo Ramírez (July 23, 1979 – March 21, 2015) was a Mexican luchador or professional wrestler and promoter who achieved fame in lucha libre as Perro Aguayo Jr. or El Hijo del Perro Aguayo ("The Son of Perro Aguayo"). He was the real-life son of lucha libre legend Perro Aguayo and not a storyline "Junior". Perro Aguayo Jr began his career at the age of 15 in AAA as a tecnico. He teamed with his father Perro Aguayo. Formed a team Los Junior Atomicos and later a tag team with Hector Garza. Continued on mainly as a tecnico until he turned heel in a famous angle when he won the Leyenda de Plata tournament and when Hijo del Santo came to award him the trophy he smashed it. In 2003 left AAA and joined CMLL. In mid-2004 he created Los Perros del Mal which became a hugely popular heel group within Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre CMLL. The group became a significant draw in Mexican professional wrestling, peaking during Perro Aguayo Jr's storyline rivalries with Místico,Negro Casas and Héctor Garza. In October 2008, Perro Aguayo Jr left CMLL to start his own independent professional wrestling promotion Perros del Mal Producciones, built around members of Los Perros del Mal group effectively turning the group into an even bigger entity.The promotion used everyone from Indie, CMLL and AAA stars. In June 2010, Perro Aguayo Jr returned to Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) after a seven-year absence to start an invasion storyline involving his group into the promotion. Perro Aguayo Jr himself became an even bigger star as the top heel in AAA feuding with all the tecnicos and forming La Sociedad with Konnan and Dorian Roldan. Perro Aguayo Jr's legend grew as he feuded with La Parka Jr., Cibernetico, Myzteziz, Rey Misterio Jr., and El Patrón Alberto. Perro Aguayo Jr died on March 21, 2015 after an accident during a match teaming with Manik against Rey Misterio Jr. and Extreme Tiger, due to a freak accident during the match, which was covered extensively by many news outlets across the world. Reports indicate a ring rope snapped into his throat or head, and he fell to the mat unconscious. It was originally believed he was just selling, but he'd actually been knocked unconscious. Perro was rushed to the Del Padro hospital, and pronounced dead early next morning. Following his death, Aguayo was inducted into the AAA Hall of Fame and the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/??/?? mask Perro Aguayo Jr. Draster unknown
1995/12/03 mask (1) Perro Aguayo Jr. El Picudo El Toreo - Naucalpan, Mexico State
1997/09/14 hair (2) Perro Aguayo Jr. El Cobarde II Auditorio Rio Nilo - Tonala, Jalisco
1997/12/13 hair (3) Perro Aguayo Jr. El Picudo Centro de Convenciones - Cd. Madero, Tamps.
1999/11/19 hair Perro Aguayo Jr. El Cobarde II Auditorio de Tijuana - Tijuana, Baja California
2000/05/19 hair Perro Aguayo Jr. El Texano Auditorio de Tijuana - Tijuana, Baja California
2001/08/19 mask Perro Aguayo Jr. The Panther Arena Solidaridad - Monterrey, Nuevo León
2002/09/16 hair (4) Perro Aguayo Jr. El Dandy Toreo de Cuatro Caminos - Naucalpan, Mexico State
2004/??/?? hair (5) Perro Aguayo Jr. El Dandy Arena Solidaridad - Monterrey, Nuevo León
2004/03/19 hairs Perro Aguayo Jr. & El Terrible Cien Caras & Máscara Año 2000 Arena México - Mexico City
2004/06/18 hair (6) Perro Aguayo Jr. Negro Casas Arena México - Mexico City
2005/03/18 hairs Perro Aguayo & Perro Aguayo Jr. Cien Caras & Máscara Año 2000 Arena México - Mexico City
2006/03/17 hair Perro Aguayo Jr. Universo 2000 Arena México - Mexico City
2008/03/21 hair Perro Aguayo Jr. Hector Garza Arena México - Mexico City
2013/06/16 hair Perro Aguayo Jr. Cibernetico Arena Ciudad de México - Mexico City
(1) Relevos Suicidas: Picudo & Aguayo Jr. vs. Rey Misterio Jr. & Juventud Guerrera; (2) Cage match also with Aguayo Sr., Heavy Metal, Sangre Chicana and Picudo; (3) Cage match with Heavy Metal and Sangre Chicana; (4) Four way match with Zorro and Electro Shock; (5) Four way match with Zorro and Hator; (6) Cage match with Tarzan Boy, Vampiro, Pierroth and Shocker


Gallery

debut
in los cinco magnificos
Arena Mexico
little Perrito with his dad & Abby
Perro Aguayo Jr. & Perro Aguayo
Perro Aguayo Jr. & Sometiendo a Místico
cool
in CMLL
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in 2013
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