|Promotion||Level||Freq||Tech||Start Date||End Date|
|Name||Start Date||End Date||Arena|
Last 10 and Upcoming Matches:
|2019-02-16||Arena Coliseo||Rey Bucanero, Templario, Terrible b Ángel de Oro, Niebla Roja, Stuka Jr.
straight falls again, Terrible cheating to beat Niebla Roja. Hair amtch challenges followed.
|2019-02-19||Arena Coliseo Guadalajara||Dragón Lee, Stuka Jr., Volador Jr. b Cavernario, Forastero, Sansón *
Tecnicos took 1/3
|2019-02-22||Arena México||Felino, Hechicero, Shocker b Kráneo, Stuka Jr., Volcano *
11:55. Rudos too 2/3.
|2019-02-26||Arena México||Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto b Kráneo, Stuka Jr., Volcano *
Rudos took 1/3.
|2019-03-02||Arena Coliseo||Atlantis, Atlantis Jr., Stuka Jr. b Dark Magic, Mephisto, Okumura
Dark Magic's return from fight injury. Tecnicos took 2/3.
|2019-03-04||Arena Puebla||Hechicero, Rey Bucanero, Shocker b El Audaz, Stuka Jr., Titán
Stuka replaced Flyer. Rudos took 1/3.
|2019-03-05||Arena México||Atlantis, Flyer, Stuka Jr. b Felino, Hechicero, Templario
Tecnicos took 2/3.
|2019-03-10||Arena México||Stuka Jr. b Forastero [lightning]|
|2019-03-12||Arena México||Atlantis, Audaz, Stuka Jr. b Felino, Hechicero, Kawato San
Audaz replaced Kraneo. Tencicos took 2/3.
|2019-03-17||Arena México||Atlantis, Atlantis Jr., Stuka Jr. b Dark Magic, Felino, Negro Casas
tecnicos took 2/3, Atlantis Jr. pinning Negro Casas in the third.
|2019-03-21||Deportivo Gloria Almada, Cuernavaca, Morelos||Destroyer, Euforia, Felino, Misterioso Jr. vs Canelo Casas, Soberano Jr., Stuka Jr., Valiente|
|2019-03-22||Arena México||Audaz, Flyer, Stuka Jr. vs Kawato San, Pólvora, Vangellys|
|2019-03-24||Arena México||Dragón Lee, Místico, Stuka Jr. vs Dark Magic, Ephesto, Luciferno|
|2019-03-30||Torreón, Coahuila||Diamante (Indie), Fantasy, Stuka Jr. vs ?, Cavernario Galindo Jr., Espanto Jr.|
Last 5 Aired TV Matches:
|2019-02-22||CMLL on ClaroSports.com||Felino, Hechicero, Shocker b Kráneo, Stuka Jr., Volcano *|
|2019-02-23||CMLL Guadalajara||Dragón Lee, Stuka Jr., Volador Jr. b Cavernario, Forastero, Sansón *|
|2019-02-26||CMLL YouTube||Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto b Kráneo, Stuka Jr., Volcano *|
|2019-03-04||CMLL YouTube||Hechicero, Rey Bucanero, Shocker b El Audaz, Stuka Jr., Titán|
|2019-03-05||CMLL YouTube||Atlantis, Flyer, Stuka Jr. b Felino, Hechicero, Templario|
|2018-08-14||Arena México||Stuka Jr. b Hechicero © [NWA LH] *
Stuka takes falls 2/3 to win the title, his first national or world singles championship in CMLL. Stuka is the 7th (or 72nd) champion. Hechicero falls on his 7th defense
|2017-03-24||Arena México||Hechicero, Kráneo, Ripper b Máximo Sexy, Stuka Jr., Titán *
11:44. Rudos took 1/3. great match.
|2016-05-20||Arena México||Rey Cometa, Stuka Jr., Titán b Cavernario, Misterioso Jr., Pólvora *
16:16. Tecnicos took 2/3, Cometa beating Cavernario in a very good match. Cometa asked for a title match, got no response.
|2016-02-19||Arena México||Dragón Lee, Stuka Jr., Volador Jr. DQ Gran Guerrero, Kamaitachi, Negro Casas *
8:50. Tecnicos took 1/3 in a fast paced match. Casas fouled Volador. Volador challenged Casas to a hair match and Casas accepted. Money thrown in.
|2015-09-11||Arena México||Cavernario, Hechicero, Negro Casas b La Máscara, Stuka Jr., Titán * * *
Rudos took 2/3.
|2015-07-21||Arena México||Marco Corleone, Stuka Jr., Valiente b Kamaitachi, Puma, Tiger *
Tiger, Puma and Kamaitachi replaced Euforia, Gran Guerrero & Niebla Roja.
|2014-08-04||Arena Puebla||Rey Escorpión b Máscara Dorada, Ángel de Oro, Dragón Rojo Jr., Stigma, Stuka Jr., Gran Guerrero, Misterioso Jr., Puma, Ripper [Reyes del Aire] *
Rey Escorpion beat Mascara Dorada to win. No other elimination order is known.
|2013-04-30||Arena México||Rey Escorpión © b Stuka Jr. [CMLL LH] *
Stukita and Mercurio (wearing a Rey Escorpion bandana) were the seconds. Stuka took the first with a half crab. Escorpion powerbombed him in the second, then took the third with the Aguijon Mortal. Stuka was strechered out. First defense for Escorpion.
|2013-03-15||Arena México||Rey Cometa & Stuka Jr. b Namajague & Shigeo Okumura [mask, hair] *
Stuka & Namajague put up their masks, Cometa & Okumura put up their hair. Namajague & Okumura won the first, Stuka & Cometa took the second. Stuka beat Okumura, Namajague beat Stuka and Cometa beat Namajague for the win. Namajague was unmasked as Kyōsuke Mikami, 29, 5 years a wrestler, from Japan.
|2013-03-03||Arena Coliseo||Namajague & Shigeo Okumura b Fuego & Stuka Jr. © [Arena Coliseo TAG] *
Namajague & Okumura took the first. Stuka & Fuego rallied to take the second. Okumura pinned Fuego with a German suplex and Stuka pinned Okumura to bring it to Stuka & Namajague for the titles. Stuka had Namajague beat with the torpedo splash, but the ref stopped counting to tell Okumura to get off the apron, then stopped counting again when Fuego protested the first stoppage. Okumura snuck in that time and kicked Stuka in the head. Stuka picked up Namajague again for fireman's drop, but Namajague reversed it to a crucifix for the win. New champions! Fiebre Amarilla are the 3rd modern champions (and 1st to actually beat the past champions.) Stuka and Fuego fall in their 9th defense, after five years of holding the belts. Stuka yelled at referee Bestia Negra after the match, telling him he was bad at his job and his shoulders weren't down (which was the case.)
|2013-02-01||Arena México||La Sombra b La Máscara, Titán, Hijo del Fantasma, Rey Cometa, Delta, Stuka Jr., Sagrado, Averno, Euforia, Dragón Rojo Jr., Mr. Águila, Pólvora, Namajague, Felino, Tiger [Reyes del Aire, semifinal] *
Eliminations went Sagrado (by Tiger, 7:15), Stuka (by Namajague, 10:20), Tiger (by Titan, 11:44), Namajague (by Rey Cometa, 13:00), by Hijo del Fantasma (by Polvora, 13:58), Felino (by La Mascara, 14:29), Rey Cometa (by Euforia, 15:40), Delta (by Dragon Rojo, 17:00), Mr. Aguila (by La Sombra, 20:28), Polvora (by Titan, 24:16), Euforia (by La Mascara, 25:44), Titan (by Averno, 27:00), La Mascara & Dragon Rojo drew on a DDQ (30:44) and Sombra beat Averno in 37:12. Sombra faces next week's winner.
|2013-01-18||Arena México||Fuego, Rey Cometa, Stuka Jr. b Namajague, Vangelis, Virus *
Fuego, who had been wearing tape on his right shoulder, now is wearing a shoulder brace. Namajague and Stuka continued to feud, Namajague pulling off and ripping up Stuka's mask in the first fall for the DQ. Stuka left to get a new mask, returned, won the match, but Namajague ripped up his mask again.
|2013-01-11||Arena México||Hijo del Fantasma, Stuka Jr., Valiente b Namajague, Puma, Tiger *
Straight falls. Namajague pulled Stuka's mask for the DQ in the first fall, then the tecnicos distracted the referee so Stuka could successfully pull that trick on Namajague in the second.
|2012-12-23||Arena México||Fuego & Stuka Jr. © b Cancerbero & Raziel [Arena Coliseo TAG] *
Tecnicos took fall 1 in usual form. Rudos responded in fall two and trapped Fuego in the tapatia/neckbreaker submission, but Stuka snuck in and covered Raziel. Fuego & Raziel were eliminated at the same time, and Cancerbero was barely able to put away Stuka to even the match. Third fall had a lot of usual match finishes (tecnicos hitting each other on dives, leg hold reversed into small packages) with the guys just kicking on keeping going. Raziel pinned Stuka after a Super Raziel Driver, Fuego cassadora cradled Raziel when Cancerbero walked away too soon, and Fuego and Cancerbero went back and forth before Fuego got the Flashina cradle for the win. Eighth defense for Stuka & Fuego.
|2012-02-03||Arena México||Ángel de Oro b Mr. Águila, Máscara Dorada, Rey Escorpión, Valiente, Virus, Delta, Stuka Jr., Pólvora, Tiger, Guerrero Maya Jr., Euforia, Fuego, Hijo del Signo, Titán, Raziel, Puma King, Rey Cometa [Reyes del Aire] * *
Listed in reverse order of elimination. Match went about 40 minutes. Stuka & Polvora was the required draw, going to a double countout (which seems peculiar in a match where anyone else could've come to keep it going.) Mascara Dorada was strechered out after taking a Destroyer from Aguila. Angel de Oro and Mr. Aguila had a long final before Oro won, taking the tournament for the second straight year. Aguila briefly tried to steal the trophy before congratulating Oro. Oro's father was in the audience and got a hug after the win.
|1993 - All||16||3||2||1||10||58%|
|1995 - All||60||1||0||0||59||100%|
|1996 - All||47||2||1||0||44||66%|
|1997 - All||59||1||0||0||58||100%|
|1998 - All||48||1||0||0||47||100%|
|2000 - All||39||2||2||0||35||50%|
|2002 - All||50||10||10||0||30||50%|
|2003 - All||48||12||11||0||25||52%|
|2004 - All||81||8||8||1||64||50%|
|2005 - All||77||34||13||0||30||72%|
|2006 - All||126||39||39||0||48||50%|
|2007 - All||145||55||46||1||43||54%|
|2008 - All||138||48||47||1||42||50%|
|2009 - All||102||49||33||0||20||59%|
|2010 - All||114||68||31||0||15||68%|
|2011 - All||114||46||40||0||28||53%|
|2012 - All||112||51||40||1||20||55%|
|2013 - All||125||52||59||1||13||46%|
|2014 - All||144||72||52||1||19||57%|
|2015 - All||146||69||52||0||25||57%|
|2016 - All||166||85||52||3||26||61%|
|2017 - All||159||69||58||1||31||54%|
|2018 - All||156||83||47||0||26||63%|
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