Tigre de Bengala I (Sonora)

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Tigre de Bengala I
Tigre de Bengala I
Name Tigre de Bengala I
Real name
Name history Dr. Muerte (debut), Gavilán Ramírez (after debut), Tigre de Bengala I (current)
Family Tigre de Bengala II, Pedro el Hermoso (brothers), Tigre de Bengala Jr. (nephew)
Maestro(s) Puños de Acero, El Yaqui, El Galán
Birth date, location Ciudad Obregón, Sonora
Obituary date
Debut, location August 2, 1985 - Arena Coliseo Ciudad Obregon
Lost mask to
Height 168 cm
Weight 96 kg
Signature moves La Tapatia, Gorilla Press


Sonora based luchador rudo since 1985. His debut was unexpected, there was a missing luchador and he had to take that place under the name of Dr. Muerte, after his debut continued as Gavilán Ramírez for about a year. Then, his brother and him continued as Las Bestias I & II for about 9 years. One day Willy Cortez suggested a name change for them as Los Tigres de Bengala.

He wrestled in what is known as the Pacific Coast (which includes Baja California, Baja California Sur, Sonora, and Sinaloa). He is an old school rudo but he executes powerhouse moves and high flying moves.

Besides of his in ring career he has been a trainer since 1995, preparing new generations of wrestlers in his hometown.


  • Commission of Box and Lucha of Ciudad Obregón
    • Rudo of the Year 2003
  • Tag Team Tournament w/Tigre de Bengala II (October 27, 2008)
  • Omega Cup 2017

Luchas de Apuestas Record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
??/??/?? mask Bestia I El Gavilán Gimnasio Municipal de Ciudad Obregón