|Promotion||Level||Freq||Tech||Start Date||End Date|
|Name||Start Date||End Date||Arena|
Last 10 and Upcoming Matches:
|2019-12-27||Arena Coliseo Guadalajara||Terrible © b Diamante Azul [MEX HEAVY]
Terrible took falls 2/3, the last via foul, to retain the title. 6th defense
|2019-12-30||Arena Puebla||Diamante Azul, Felino, Rey Bucanero b Ángel de Oro, Terrible, Valiente [Relevos Increíbles] *
12:03. Team Felino took 2/3. Felino and Angel de Oro matched up a lot but did not heavily feud.
|2020-01-03||Arena Coliseo Guadalajara||Diamante Azul, Místico, Valiente b Negro Casas, Shocker, Terrible
tecnicos took 1/3
|2020-01-05||Arena México||Hechicero, Rey Bucanero, Terrible b Ángel de Oro, Niebla Roja, Stuka Jr. *|
|2020-01-07||Arena Coliseo Guadalajara||Gran Guerrero, Shocker, Terrible b Diamante Azul, Valiente, Volador Jr.|
|2020-01-10||Arena México||Gran Guerrero, Shocker, Terrible DQ Diamante Azul, Místico, Volador Jr. *
8:45. Straight falls for the rudos, the last when Gran Guerrero tossed his mask to draw the DQ from Mistico.
|2020-01-12||Arena México||Gran Guerrero, Místico, Volador Jr. DQ Diamante Azul, Shocker, Terrible [Relevos Increíbles]
straight falls, Gran Guerrero tossinghis mask to Diamante Azul to set up a match this time.
|2020-01-14||Arena Coliseo Guadalajara||Diamante Azul, Valiente, Volador Jr. b Gran Guerrero, Shocker, Terrible *
tecnicos took 2/3
|2020-01-17||Arena México||Diamante Azul, Místico, Volador Jr. DQ Gran Guerrero, Shocker, Terrible *
9:48. Straight falls for a second straight week, this time the tecicos winning. Gran Guerrero unmasked Mistico for the DQ, setting up a match next week.
|2020-01-21||Arena Coliseo Guadalajara||Gran Guerrero, Místico, Shocker b Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Valiente [Relevos Increíbles]
Team Mistico took 2/3.
|2020-01-24||Arena México||Soberano Jr., Star Jr., Titán vs Rey Bucanero, Shocker, Terrible|
Last 5 Aired TV Matches:
|2019-12-30||CMLL YouTube||Diamante Azul, Felino, Rey Bucanero b Ángel de Oro, Terrible, Valiente [Relevos Increíbles] *|
|2020-01-10||CMLL on ClaroSports.com||Gran Guerrero, Shocker, Terrible DQ Diamante Azul, Místico, Volador Jr. *|
|2020-01-12||CMLL on TV Mexiquense||Hechicero, Rey Bucanero, Terrible b Ángel de Oro, Niebla Roja, Stuka Jr. *|
|2020-01-17||CMLL on ClaroSports.com||Diamante Azul, Místico, Volador Jr. DQ Gran Guerrero, Shocker, Terrible *|
|2020-01-18||CMLL Guadalajara||Diamante Azul, Valiente, Volador Jr. b Gran Guerrero, Shocker, Terrible *|
|2019-02-01||Arena México||Terrible b Dragón Lee [CMLL Universal, semifinal] *
10:06. Terrible blocked a bodyscissors cradle and hooked a rope to get the win.
|2018-07-13||Arena México||Rush & Terrible b Valiente & Volador Jr. © [CMLL TAG] * *
Ingobernables took falls 1/3 to win the title, the last when Rush snuck in a foul on Volador. Valiente & Volador fall on their third defense. Terrible & Rush are the 39th champions. Terrible is a champion for the 2nd time (Tama Tonga.) Los Ingobernables win the tag team titles with the sixth different combination to challenge.
|2018-05-25||Arena México||Flyer, LA Park, Volador Jr. b La Bestia Del Ring, Rush, Terrible * *
25:55. LA Park's first CMLL match in three years, feuding with Rush throughout the match. Los Ingobernables came thru the crowd to attack La Familia Real. Rush & LA Park slightly went into the crowd. A wheeled suitcase sitting by the TV production area was used first by Rush, then utterly destroyed by LA Park. The Ibarra family won the first fall by a very quick countout. Terrible & Bestia beat Volador & Flyer in the second. A very long third fall came close to being stopped by Edgar multiple times. He was eventually taken out by a misaimed Rush middle rope senton. Rush fouled Park, but there was no ref to cover. Volador, who’d dived out of the ring moments early, ran back in from the back with a chair. He smacked Rush in the head with it, then in the side, then covered him for three. Both Rush & LA Park seemed interested in talking on the microphone post match, but the mics were kept from them.
|2018-02-23||Arena México||Rush & Terrible b Último Guerrero & Volador Jr. [natl pi, final] * *
19:41. Rush & Terrible took falls 1/3. Volador beat Rush in the third fall. Terrible beat UG. Volador might have beat Terrible, but Rush pulled out the referee and dropped him with the Rush Driver. Terrible added a top rope splash and won. Rush invited Terrible to join Los Ingobernables and Terrible accepted.
|2017-04-18||Arena México||Máximo Sexy © b Terrible [CMLL HEAVY] *
10th defense. Said to be a good match. Maximo took 1/3.
|2015-01-30||Arena México||Máximo b Terrible © [CMLL HEAVY] * *
Seconds were Volador, Comandante and Bucanero. Bucanero used a ref distraction to slip in and foul Maximo, Volador knocked Bucanero out of the ring and dove on him, and Maximo revenge fouled Terrible to beat him and win the championship. This is Maximo's first singles title and he becomes the first exotico to win a CMLL singles championship. Maximo and Brazo de Plata are the first father/son combination to win the same Mexican world heavyweight championship. Terrible falls in his 9th defense, his first in 13 months, after being champion for 1125 days.
|2014-09-16||Arena Puebla||Marco Corleone & Rush b Rey Escorpión & Terrible [Copa 81 Anniversario] *
Tecnicos took 1/3 to win the tournament and the Copa (which Marco brought back to Mexico City.)
|2013-09-17||Arena México||Terrible © b Shocker [CMLL HEAVY] *
Seconds were Comandante and Mascara Dorada. Shocker weighed in at 107.5 kg (237 lb) and 105.5 kg (232.5 lb). Shocker wore a Cruz Azul shirt in honor of a championship under 17 Cruz Azul team in the audience. Crowd got into the match. Shocker won the first with the Dos Caras clutch and went for it many times in the second until Terrible slapped him. Terrible took the second fall with his top rope splash. Shocker kept surviving and nearly winning in the third, but Terrible dropped him with an Air Raid Crash. Terrible's seventh defense. Shocker made hair challenges after the match which aren't going anywhere.
|2013-01-22||Arena México||Terrible © b Rush [CMLL HEAVY] *
Terrible took 2/3, the last with a foul, to keep the title. 6th defense.
|2012-09-14||Arena México||Rush b Terrible [hair] * *
Seconds were Toro Blanco for Rush and Rey Bucanero and Comandante for Terrible. Terrible won the first and Rush took the second in usual quick falls. Both bled were said to have bleed; Rush did so from the mouth, and Terrible's wound is not visible in the pictures (maybe a slight bit on his forehead.) Much less than Volador/Niebla. Rush finally won with the martillo negro. Fans sided with Terrible even after the match, upsetting Rush. Mistico, out to celebrate, settled down his brother, but the entire family was pelted with drinks until they left. Terrible was also sent to the back to calm down the crowd, but returned to get his hair cut (doing some himself) and thanked the fans. In the locker room, Rush said he didn't care about the boos and they just made him stronger, while Terrible said he didn't lose tonight, but just won more fans and it's not over with Rush.
|2001 - All||1||0||1||0||0||0%|
|2002 - All||34||12||21||0||1||36%|
|2003 - All||60||25||29||1||5||46%|
|2004 - All||78||27||42||1||8||39%|
|2005 - All||92||18||44||0||30||29%|
|2006 - All||153||46||53||0||54||46%|
|2007 - All||146||39||61||0||46||39%|
|2008 - All||138||37||71||0||30||34%|
|2009 - All||118||46||60||0||12||43%|
|2010 - All||101||32||57||0||12||35%|
|2011 - All||121||50||50||0||21||50%|
|2012 - All||131||57||60||0||14||48%|
|2013 - All||117||46||59||0||12||43%|
|2014 - All||122||42||71||1||8||37%|
|2015 - All||123||46||63||0||14||42%|
|2016 - All||120||42||64||2||12||39%|
|2017 - All||122||46||51||1||24||47%|
|2018 - All||145||51||75||0||19||40%|
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