Roberto Castillo (born May 26, 1966) is a Mexican-American Luchador or professional wrestler currently working on the independent circuit in Mexico and Southern California under the ring name Misterioso. © 1996-2020, Amazon.com, Inc. ou ses filiales. Volador vs Misterioso (Mask vs Mask) (7/14/1995, Tijuana) https://youtu.be/24Xri2cEAu8 Pour calculer l'évaluation globale en nombre d'étoiles et la répartition en pourcentage par étoile, nous n'utilisons pas une moyenne simple. Browse more videos. I am keen on free association, metaphor and symbol. Afficher ou modifier votre historique de navigation, Recyclage (y compris les équipements électriques et électroniques), Annonces basées sur vos centres d’intérêt. Misterioso came to the aid of his former friend, saving him from Blue Panther but ended up knocked out by a chair shot to the head. [8] and finally at Triplemanía II-C Volador teamed with Tinieblas, Jr. and Lizmark, Jr. to finally gain a victory over Misterioso as he teamed up with Love Machine and Miguel Pérez, Jr..[9] During this time Misterioso became a part of Los Gringos Locos, filling in when members wrestled in Japan. In mid-1992 EMLL booker Antonio Peña decided to break away from EMLL and form his own promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA; now known as Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide) and took a number of EMLL wrestlers with him, included in the exodus were Volador and Misterioso who took the Mexican National Tag Team Championship with them to AAA The team held the belts until August 28, … During the match Misterioso's cornerman Blue Panther attempted to injure Volador (in storyline terms) with a Martinete (piledriver). Super Parka put his hair on the line even though he was masked, , « Mexico: IWRG Intercontinental Heavyweight Title », IWRG Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship, WWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Championship, https://fr.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Super_Parka&oldid=168484933, Catcheur de l'Empresa Mexicana De La Lucha Libre, Catcheur de l'Asistencia Asesoría y Administración, Catcheur du Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, Article contenant un appel à traduction en anglais, Article utilisant l'infobox Catch (personnalité), Article avec une section vide ou incomplète, licence Creative Commons attribution, partage dans les mêmes conditions, comment citer les auteurs et mentionner la licence. During the match Misterioso's cornerman Blue Panther attempted to injure Volador (in storyline terms) with a Martinete (piledriver). This was a triangle match that also included Huichol, This was a triangle 'bull terrier' (chain) match that also included Tornado Negro, "Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion TripleMania", "Místico contra Negro Casas: ¡Por el honor! [14] He's also the great-uncle of L.A. Park's son who wrestles as El Hijo de L.A. Since Ibarra had already begun wrestling as the masked Super Parka in other places the Mexico City wrestling commission suspended him from wrestling in Mexico City. On March 8, 1992 Misterioso and Volador defeated Los Destructores to win the Mexican National Tag Team Championship. Retrouvez El misterioso cocinero volador y otros relatos (Capitulo. When Volador lost a Lucha de Apuesta match to Pimpinela Escarlata and had his hair shaved off he was suspended by the Mexico City Boxing and Wrestling Commission for breaking the rules set for masked wrestlers. The team took on and defeated Los Destructores, now a trio with Rocco Valente making up the third member, at AAA's first ever Triplemanía event. Des tiers approuvés ont également recours à ces outils dans le cadre de notre affichage d’annonces. [1] Castillo made his debut on March 10, 1988 wrestling as "Rey Misterio II", given the great honor by his mentor. Super Parka would later return to AJPW, teaming with La Parka. Ibarra previously worked as Volador from 1990 until 1997 and as Super Parka ever since. I search for explanations by combining the verifiable and tangible with the imagination. Ramón Ibarra Banda (born May 24, 1956) is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler, working under the ring name Super Parka.Ibarra previously worked as Volador from 1990 until 1997 and as Super Parka ever since. This was possible because EMLL technically did not own the championship, the Mexico City Wrestling and Boxing commission owned them and allowed EMLL to book the titles. [2] From then on he wrestled as Remo Banda. 3 years ago | 11 views. The event drew a crowd of 16,000 people to El Torero de Tijuana for a very profitable show. Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, Walt Whitman’s Leaves of Grass and Lewis Carroll’s Complete Works are always on my night table. Nous utilisons des cookies et des outils similaires pour faciliter vos achats, fournir nos services, pour comprendre comment les clients utilisent nos services afin de pouvoir apporter des améliorations, et pour présenter des annonces. His nephews are lucha libre legend L.A. Park and wrestler El Hijo de Cien Caras. Throughout his career he has worked for most of the major Mexican wrestling promotions including Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL), Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA), International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG) and the World Wrestling Association (WWA) but works primarily on the Mexican and US independent circuit. Following his stint in AAA Misterioso began working on the Southern California independent circuit, wrestling for companies such as Revolution Pro, Alternate Wrestling Show and Lucha VaVOOM. The suspension was not lifted until Ibarra stopped wrestling as Volador and worked as Super Parka full-time. On March 31, 2000, he defeated Halloween to win the WWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Championship. While he has been unmasked in Mexico, Ibarra still wears the "Super Parka" mask when wrestling in the United States. ", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Misterioso_(wrestler)&oldid=960111325, American professional wrestlers of Mexican descent, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, AWS Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Super Boy, IWC World Middleweight Championship (1 time), Baja California Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with, This page was last edited on 1 June 2020, at 05:16. I live near Boston. During their reign as Tag Team champions Volador and Misterioso left CMLL to join AAA, taking the championship with them, Ibarra is a three time Tag Team champions. I love flat water kayaking and tai-chi. Désolé, un problème s'est produit lors de l'enregistrement de vos préférences en matière de cookies. Report. Jewish Latin America – Literature Art History – Español English Portugués, I live near Boston. When he wrestles in the United States he wears the Super Parka mask, something that is not allowed in Mexico, while in Mexico he wears the mask to the ring, but removes it before the match to comply with the rules of Lucha Libre.[7]. Après avoir consulté un produit, regardez ici pour revenir simplement sur les pages qui vous intéressent. [4], In mid-1992 EMLL booker Antonio Peña decided to break away from EMLL and form his own promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) and took a number of EMLL wrestlers with him. He was originally set to team with his son Volador Jr. and his nephew L.A. Park, but Park was fired in the week leading up to the show for using profanity during a CMLL show. [12][13] Casas' nephew Puma helped his uncle win the match, much to the displeasure of Volador Jr. who was in his father's corner. Ibarra is the … Together with Volador, Misterioso formed one of the most popular and talented teams in Mexico in the early to mid-1990s. Following the match Misteriosos pleaded with Volador not to remove the mask but Volador was a man of his word and unmasked. Découvrez les avantages de l'application Amazon. [1] Volador was teamed up with Ángel Azteca and together the team captured the Mexican National Tag Team Championship on March 9, 1991, when they defeated the team of Pierroth Jr. and Bestia Salvaje. Passionate reader of Cervantes, Borges, Cortázar, and the Cuban poet Juana García Abás. This was possible because EMLL technically did not own the championship, the Mexico City Wrestling and Boxing commission owned them and allowed EMLL to book the titles. Misterioso came to the aid of his former friend, saving him from Blue Panther but ended up knocked out by a chair shot to the head. the Commission gave AAA the rights to the championship in 1992. Biblioteca argentina fundamental) (Spanish Edition) et des millions de livres en stock sur … Playing next. [12], This article is about the original Misterioso. [1] Misterioso formed a unit with Fuerza and Juventud Guerrera taking on Volador with various partners. [2][4] Initially Ibarra wrestled as unmasked as Volador in AAA and masked as Super Parka on the independent circuit. your own Pins on Pinterest The story line eventually led to the two captaining a team of three, facing off during the 2015 Infierno en el Ring. While shopping for wrestling masks for a friend he met someone who created outfits for wrestlers, who in turn introduced Castillo to Rey Misterio who quickly agreed to train Castillo. Livraison accélérée gratuite sur des millions d’articles, et bien plus. I am keen on free association, metaphor and symbol. Follow. Il ne reste plus que 2 exemplaire(s) en stock. [4] In AAA Misterioso and Volador began teaming up with Rey Misterio, Jr. (nephew of Rey Misterio) to form a team called La Tercia del Aire ("The Trio of the Air"). After Super Parka's team won the match both Super Parka and Casas laid out a Lucha de Apuestas challenge, daring each other to put their hair on the line for a special "bet match" between the two. CMLL booker Antonio Peña noticed how well the two worked together and decided to make them a permanent tag team. Enter your email address to follow this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email. Initially EMLL offered Ibarra the ring character and mask of Oro, but Ibarra turned the offer down since the mask had limited visibility due to the mesh over the eyes. [9] A couple of months later Super Parka began working a storyline feud against Negro Casas, one of CMLL's resident veteran rudos. Volador and Misterioso regained the championship, but ultimately lost the title on February 12, 1993. Ramón Ibarra is a part of an extended family of wrestlers, including his son who wrestles as Volador Jr. and his grandson who works as Flyer. Un misterioso objeto volador, con apariencia de globo, causó temor y desconcierto en las autoridades de Japón. Castillo wore a very colorful, creative mask unlike what was generally used at the time, helping usher in some of the more elaborate masks used in Lucha Libre today. Il n'y a pour l'instant aucun commentaire client. [1] On July 4, 2009 Misterioso and Volador reunited for the Luchas 2000 Magazine 9th anniversary show, losing to Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Platino. [3] In mid-1992 EMLL booker Antonio Peña decided to break away from EMLL and form his own promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA; now known as Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide) and took a number of EMLL wrestlers with him, included in the exodus were Volador and Misterioso who took the Mexican National Tag Team Championship with them to AAA[Note 1][3] The team held the belts until August 28, 1992, where they lost them to Los Destructores as part of a rivalry that had carried over from EMLL to AAA. Park. During their reign as Tag Team champions Volador and Misterioso left CMLL to join AAA, taking the championship with them, Ibarra is a three time Tag Team champions. In late 1990 EMLL decided that it was time for Ramón Ibarra to work as an enmascarado again as they wanted to freshen his character up after having worked as "Remo Banda" for 14 years. [3] Following the team loss Volador and Ángel Azteca broke up amicably, with each wrestler focusing on their own career from then on. Change ), You are commenting using your Google account. Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. [7] Triplemanía II-B saw the trio defeat Volador, Rey Misterio, Jr. and Rey Misterio. May 6, 2017 - This Pin was discovered by Mark Cagley. [6] The reign WWA Junior Light Heavyweight Champion lasted until April 30, 2002, where he lost to Super Kendo. View all posts by Stephen Sadow. Asistencia Asesoría y Administración. [2] Super Parka has subsequently stopped working for CMLL, working select dates for various Mexican or US wrestling promotions. Ibarra made his professional wrestling debut in 1976 under the ring name "Remo Banda", wrestling without a mask. À la place, notre système tient compte de facteurs tels que l'ancienneté d'un commentaire et si le commentateur a acheté l'article sur Amazon. The event drew a crowd of 16,000 people to El Torero de Tijuana for a very profitable show. Vous écoutez un extrait de l'édition audio Audible, El misterioso cocinero volador y otros relatos (Capitulo. [1] When he was old enough he joined the Marine Corps. Change ). Ramón Ibarra Banda a fait ses débuts dans la lutte professionnelle en 1976 sous le nom de ring Remo Banda, luttant sans masque. In Mexico Super Parka began to work for the Tijuana based World Wrestling Association around the turn of the millennia. He is the son of Ramón Ibarra Banda, better known as the wrestler Super Parka and previously known as Volador. [1], After ending his stint in the Marines Castillo travelled to Tijuana, Baja California. The storyline between Misterioso and Volador played out over a long period of time, culminating in a Lucha de Apuesta match on July 15, 1995 where both men put their masks on the line. [6], On October 9, 2003, Super Parka was unmasked as he lost a Lucha de Apuesta match to El Hijo del Santo in the main event of a very successful WWA show in Tijuana. In 2000 Super Parka, along with Super Caló, Halloween, and Damián 666 toured Japan, wrestling for All Japan Pro Wrestling (AJPW) in August and September 2000. Noté /5. At Triplemanía II-A Misterioso and the Guerreras defeated Volador, Latin Lover and El Mexicano. [8] Instead of the Ibarra family trio Super Parka teamed up with his son and Valiente for his CMLL return. Park fuera del CMLL por insultar al público", "La Sombra humilló a Atlantis previo al Aniversario", "Resultados Arena México® – Viernes Espectaculares", "Lucha Libre función viernes 25 de diciembre", "Negro Casas no tuvo 'piedad' y rapó a Súper Parka", "CMLL: Resultados "Sin Piedad" – 01/01/2016 – Sin sorpresas, Kamaitachi y Súper Parka pierden sus cabelleras", "L.A. Park presenta a su Junior y hace fuertes declarationens", "El Rayo de Jalisco Jr. rapó a Súper Parka", "Resultados Sin Piedad: ¡Super Parka y Kamaitachi, sin cabellera! For his nephew, see. modifier - modifier le code - modifier Wikidata. His brothers also wrestle, they're known under the ring names Johnny Ibarra and El Desalmado. [2], In mid-1990 Castillo travelled to Mexico City and began working for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). selon les recommandations des projets correspondants. Following the match Misteriosos pleaded with Volador not to remove the mask but Volador was a man of his word and unmasked. [10] The storyline between Misterioso and Volador played out over a long period of time, culminating in a Lucha de Apuesta match on July 15, 1995 where both men put their masks on the line. Ramón Ibarra Banda (born May 24, 1956) is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler, working under the ring name Super Parka. Misterioso and Volador were among the wrestlers who were loyal to Peña and left with him, taking the Mexican National Tag Team titles with them to AAA The team held the belts until August 28, 1992 where they lost them to Los Destructores as part of a rivalry that had carried over from CMLL to AAA. Castillo was born in Los Angeles in 1966, son of Mexican emigrants. Ramón Ibarra Rivera is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler, best known for his work under the ring name Volador Jr. with Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre in his native Mexico where he has been a regular competitor since 2001 and is currently one of the top level técnicos. Biblioteca argentina fundamental) (Spanish Edition). [6] Super Parka regained the title only a few months later and held it until June 2004, over 700 days, until he lost the title to Super Kendo. [2] In 2005 Super Parka had his hair shaved off when he lost to his nephew L.A. Park (forced to change his name for legal reasons) when they were the last two wrestlers left in a cage match that also included Dr. Wagner, Jr. and Perro Aguayo, Jr..[2] In 2007 Super Parka made several appearances for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL; previously known as EMLL) as a freelance wrestler, paying off the fact that L.A. Park was one of CMLL's headline wrestlers at the time. [10][11] Casas defeated Super Parka, forcing Super Parka to have all his hair shaved off as a result. Vous pouvez partager vos connaissances en l’améliorant (comment ?) Volador Jr. vowed to get revenge for what he described as the Casas family's cheating ways. The team immediately started began working a storyline feud with Los Destructores (the brother team of Tony Arce and Vulcano). One of his trademarks was the use of a dinner fork, earning him the nickname El Rey del Tenedor, King of the Fork. In CMLL he lost two Lucha de Apuesta matches in quick succession being shaved bald by Héctor Garza and Último Guerrero. In CMLL he was repackaged as "Misterioso" ("mysterious") modifying the "Rey Misterio II" character since the original Misterio did not work for CMLL. [3] Following the title loss the team started a storyline that saw the two turn on each other, with Misterioso becoming a Rudo (bad guy) as he attacked Volador. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Il analyse également les commentaires pour vérifier leur fiabilité. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. [15], Super Parka (back turned towards the camera) against. Sélectionnez la section dans laquelle vous souhaitez faire votre recherche. Stephen Sadow May 27, 2019. The event drew a crowd of 16,000 people to El Torero de Tijuana for a very profitable show. Cette section est vide, insuffisamment détaillée ou incomplète. At one point he was in talks to work for World Championship Wrestling but nothing came of it in the end. The storyline between the two played out over a long period of time, culminating in a Lucha de Apuesta match on July 15, 1995, where both men put their masks on the line. La dernière modification de cette page a été faite le 16 mars 2020 à 22:38. Going so far as to copying the mask and outfit except with an orange skeleton instead of a white and a large Superman "S" on the chest. ( Log Out /  Super Parka put his hair on the line even though he was masked, IWRG Intercontinental Heavyweight Championship, WWA World Junior Light Heavyweight Championship, "L. A. Early in his career he also worked as the enmascarado "Rayo Norteno" ("Northern Lightning") but lost the mask in a Lucha de Apuesta, or bet match against El Pantera (not the current Pantera) on July 18, 1976. In March, 1994 Misterioso turned on Volador during a trios match, turning Rudo (Bad guy) for the first time in his career. ( Log Out /  Since Ibarra had already begun wrestling as the masked Super Parka in other places the Mexico City wrestling commission suspended him from wrestling in Mexico City. Les membres Amazon Prime profitent de la livraison accélérée gratuite sur des millions d’articles, d’un accès à des milliers de films et séries sur Prime Video, et de nombreux autres avantages. I have dedicated my long academic career to seeking the simple in the complex and the complex in the simple. [1] On December 8, 1991 defeated Fuerza Guerrera, in what was described as a surprise, to win the NWA World Welterweight Championship[3] In 1992 Misterioso began training together with Volador. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. [1], In March 1997 Ramón Ibarra donned a new ring persona and mask, that of Super Parka, a character inspired by his nephew Adolfo Tapia's very successful "La Parka" character. Mexican National Tag Team Championship (en) (2 fois) – avec Misterioso (catcheur) (en) [Note 1], [2] Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre. [2] His career was put on hold as he was recalled to the Marines, serving for three months before returning to CMLL. [3] The team held the championship for just 81 days before losing it to Los Destructores (Tony Arce and Vulcano) on May 29, 1991. Misterioso and Volador were among the wrestlers who were loyal to Peña and left with him, taking the Mexican National Tag Team titles with them to AAA[Note 1][4] The team held the belts until August 28, 1992 where they lost them to Los Destructores as part of a rivalry that had carried over from CMLL to AAA. Ibarra is the father of Luchador Volador Jr., the grandfather of Flyer and the uncle of L.A. Park (the original La Parka), who was the inspiration for the "Super Parka" character. Comment les évaluations sont-elles calculées ? Growing up he was a big fan of the Lucha libre movies starring El Santo, Blue Demon and Mil Mascaras. Super Parka teamed with Máximo Sexy and Valiente while Casas teamed up with Kamaitachi and Bárbaro Cavernario. Merci d’essayer à nouveau. [2][11] Following the mask loss Misterioso and Volador reunited, wrestling as a team until 1997 when both wrestlers left AAA. el-misterioso-cocinero-volador-y-otros-relatos-69237. Out of respect for his former partner and in appreciation of what he had just done Volador dragged the unconscious Misterioso on top of himself and allowed the referee to count to three. During their reign as Tag Team champions Volador and Misterioso left CMLL to join AAA, taking the championship with them, Misterioso is a two time Tag Team champion. Espanto Jr/Mocho Cota/Rambo vs Misterioso/Volador/Winners (AAA June 20th, 1993) Roy Lucier's Wrestling Classics. ( Log Out /  Ibarra is the father of Luchador Volador Jr., the grandfather of Flyer and the uncle of L.A. Park (the original La Parka), who was the inspiration for the "Super Parka" character. Veuillez réessayer. the Commission gave AAA the rights to the championship in 1992. Taped June 12th in Madero, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Impossible d'ajouter l'article à votre liste. Un problème s'est produit lors du chargement de ce menu pour le moment. Volador and Misterioso would regain the titles, but ultimately lost the belts on February 12, 1993. Out of respect for his former partner and in appreciation of what he had just done Volador dragged the unconscious Misterioso on top of himself and allowed the referee to count to three. Discover (and save!) In early 1992 Volador began teaming with a very talented young wrestler called Misterioso and together they won the Mexican National Tag Team title from Los Destructores on March 8, 1992.