Difference between revisions of "Rubén "Pato" Soria"

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Active luchador in the 1960's who was very popular with the female fans.  Retired in [[1970]] while on tour in the US.
 
Active luchador in the 1960's who was very popular with the female fans.  Retired in [[1970]] while on tour in the US.
  
Probably more well known for being the father of current [[CMLL]] star, [[Shocker]].
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Probably more well known for being the father of current [[CMLL]] star, [[Shocker]]. Has seconded him in big matches
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Worked at [[Arena Coliseo Guadalajara]] as a trainer & staff, replacing longtime trainer [[Gran Cochisse]].
  
Currently working at [[Arena Coliseo Guadalajara]] as a trainer & staff, replacing longtime trainer [[Gran Cochisse]].
 
 
== Lucha de Apuesta Record ==  
 
== Lucha de Apuesta Record ==  
  
 
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== Gallery ==
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{{Gallery|name=patosoria1964.png|caption=1964}}
  
 
[[Category:Mexican wrestlers]]
 
[[Category:Mexican wrestlers]]

Revision as of 10:05, 18 November 2014

Rubén "Pato" Soria
Rubén "Pato" Soria
Name Rubén "Pato" Soria
Real name Gregorio Soria Renteria
Nicknames Pato Soria
Name history El Asesino Soria, Ruben Soria, Pato Soria (current)
Family Shocker (son)
Maestro(s) Diablo Velazco
Birth date, location February 2, 1942 - Guadalajara, Jalisco
Obituary date
Debut, location March 1963 - San Pedro, Tlaquepaque - Jalisco
Lost mask to
Height
Weight
Signature moves superkick, La Reinera
Titles:

Notes

Active luchador in the 1960's who was very popular with the female fans. Retired in 1970 while on tour in the US.

Probably more well known for being the father of current CMLL star, Shocker. Has seconded him in big matches

Worked at Arena Coliseo Guadalajara as a trainer & staff, replacing longtime trainer Gran Cochisse.

Lucha de Apuesta Record

Gallery

1964