This is the modern female wrestler who is using the name Silueta; see Silueta (disambugation) for others who used it as a previous identity
Joana Guadalupe Jiménez Hernández was born on December 15, 1985 in Guadalajara, Jalisco. One of her uncles showed her the world of Lucha Libre. Her preparation as luchadora began at the age of 13. Her first trainer was Flash (Francisco Gaytán) who trained her at Olympic, Greco-Roman wrestling, and the principles of professional wrestling; Máscara Mágica (Antonio Gómez) taught her techniques to win a match; Gran Cochisse was in charge of polishing her and teaching her more about techinque and submission holds; and Satanico. It was seven years of preparation as an amateur before her professional debut. The name of Silueta came from her first trainer. One day he gave her a choice among several names and that was the one that most caught her attention.
She debuted on January 6, 2006 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, in a private event at a place called F-Bolko Bar-Galeria; went in a singles match against the also debutant Atenea. She considers the Arena Coliseo Guadalajara as her second home. She has starred in great matches against a wide variety of rivals. Silhouette lost her mask on July 18, 2010 at the Arena Coliseo Guadalajara to Zeuxis in a very controversial ending, which is still remembered and remains a topic of discussion. However, this defeat was far from affecting her career, Silueta found a way to recover and reinvent herself. She was three times CMLL-REINA junior international champion. On October 11, 2011, she managed to place herself as the number one contender in the CMLL-REINA junior international championship in a torneo cibernetico where Dalys, Goya Kong, Kiara, Lady Apache, Seductora, Princesa Blanca, and Princesa Sugehit participated in the Arena México. On October 18, she was crowned champion by defeating Ray in a great fan-acclaimed match. In her first reign he had three successful defenses. Her second reign began on August 3, 2014, when she defeated Ray again at Arena Coliseo. Her third reign began on August 30, 2014 against Maki Narumiya at Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan. She was REINA world tag team champion with Syuri on October 9, 2015 against Makoto and Rina Yamashita in Tokyo, Japan and they had a defense against Dalys and Zeuxis at Arena México on November 15, 2015. Silueta and Syuri were the last champions .
She has performed in Japanese promotions such as: REINA, Fukumen Mania, Ice Ribbon, JWP, and Sendai Girls. She has also wrestled in the Los Angeles, California area with FMLL; El Paso, Texas; Berwyn, Illinois among other cities in the United States.
2021 has been a crucial year in her career, because after 15 years being a luchadora técnica she made her ruda turn. Despite Mystique trying to convince her to stay on the good side, there was no way to return. A facet never before seen in her was revealed, she has been named as "Dark Silueta", due to her rudeness.
On the night of July 6, 2021, Silueta was crowned as the first Occidente women's champion in the history of modern women's wrestling. This triumph was the outcome of a tournament that began on June 22 at the Arena Coliseo in Guadalajara, Jalisco. In this tournament participated: Silueta, Stephanie Vaquer, Jarochita, Lluvia, Reina Isis, Sexy Sol, la Magnifica (Thamara Barrón) and Valkiria in a first round, where they were divided into relevos increíbles, in which only Silueta, Stephanie Vaquer, Lluvia and Sexy Sol went on to the next round. The semifinal took place on June 29, where Silueta and Lluvia left their rivals on the road. Silueta managed to take the victory after a close contest.
Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- Ranked No. 38 in the PWI Women's 150 in 2022
Luchas de apuesta record
|Date||Apuesta||Winner(s)||Loser(s)||Arena and/or Place|
|2010/07/18||mask||Zeuxis||Silueta||Arena Coliseo de Guadalajara - Guadalajara, Jalisco|