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Cibernetico
(Wrestling)
Sangre Chicana
(Wrestling)
Blue Panther
(Wrestling)
Jerry Estrada
(Wrestling)
Madonna
(Music)
Mark Jindrak
(Wrestling)
 

See also

Latin Lover (wrestler)

Knowledge Identifier: +Latin_Lover_(wrestler)

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Latin Lover (wrestler)

Mexican Luchador and actor add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1967.

Countries: Mexico (50%), United States (29%), Philippines (21%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Cibernetico, Sangre Chicana, Blue Panther

 

Timeline


 

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Latin Lover was born in 1967 add something


1992

Victor Resendiz Ruiz made his professional wrestling debut in 1992 at "Arena Solidaridad" in his home town of Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico facing the team of Comando Ruso, Hijo del Solitario and Canadian Butcher add something


1994

In 1994 he signed a contract to join Asistencia Asesoría y Administración and soon became a featured wrestler on the mid-card add something

 

The team held the title for 82 days before losing it to Fuerza Guerrera and Juventud Guerrera on December 2, 1994 add something


1995

After failing to regain the titles Latin Lover began teaming with Panterita del Ring instead, defeating Los Guerreras for the tag team title on June 1, 1995 add something

 

Lover and Panterita successfully defended the title against Los Guerreras and Blue Panther and Heavy Metal before losing the titles back to Los Guerreras on September 18, 1995 add something

 

Psicosis - Psicosis first made a name for himself in the United States through the pay-per-view broadcast, When Worlds Collide, where he, Fuerza Guerrera, and Madonna's Boyfriend picked up a victory over the team of Heavy Metal, Latin Lover, and Rey Mysterio, Jr. He would go on to work three acclaimed matches with Mysterio Jr. in Extreme Championship Wrestling throughout November 1995


1996

On September 9, 1996 Latin Lover won the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship by defeating Pimpinela Escarlata add something


1997

On February 15, 1997 Latin Lover defeated Pierroth, Jr. to become a double champion as he won the AAA Campeón de Campeones Championship add something

 

On February 21, 1997 Latin Lover defeated Máscara Sagráda, Jr., Jerry Estrada and Killer to earn a spot in the finals of the 1997 Rey de Reyes tournament add something

 

Lover went on to defeat Heavy Metal, Héctor Garza and Octagón to win the tournament and become the 1997 "Rey de Reyes" On May 12, 1997 Cibernético defeated him to win the Campeon de Campeones title add something

 

Cibernetico - On December 5, 1997 Cibernético defeated Latin Lover to win the AAA Campeón de Campeones Championship, the top title in the promotion at the time


1998

Sangre Chicana - His run with the title lasted 715 days, from May 16, 1998 until April 30, 2000 when he lost the belt to Latin Lover


1999

In late 1999 Latin Lover would win both the Mexican National Heavyweight Championship and regain the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship, becoming a double champion once again add something

 

Cibernetico - In the finals he defeated Octagón, Latin Lover and Electroshock to become the 1999 "Rey de Reyes"


2000

Due to nagging knee injuries Latin Lover's schedule in 2000 and 2001 slowed down to only select appearances add something

 

He only held the Light Heavyweight title for 105 days before losing it to Sangre Chicana on February 1, 2000 add something


2003

On March 21, 2003, he received a match against NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Jarrett but lost to him in Mexico City add something


2004

Abyss (wrestler) - From April to June 2004, Abyss made four appearances for Mexican promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración, which included a six man tag team match at Triplemanía XII, where he, Abismo Negro and Chessman were defeated by Gronda, Héctor Garza and Latin Lover


2005

Resendiz and his partner Mariana Vallejo Isrrade won the very first Bailando por un Sueño dance competition in 2005 add something


2006

On January 26, 2006 Resendiz announced that he had to retire from wrestling due to this injury and that he was scheduled for what would be his eight knee surgery since his debut in 1992 add something


2008

In late 2008 Latin Lover returned to wrestling, initially teasing that he would join the CMLL based group "Los Perros del Mal", but in the end returned to AAA. At the Rey de Reyes tournament on March 15, 2009 he defeated Abismo Negro, Black Abyss and Dark Ozz to qualify for the final add something


2009

In the final he was the last wrestler eliminated by the 2009 "Rey de Reyes" Electroshock add something

 

Mark Jindrak - On June 13, 2009 at Triplemanía XVII Corleone teamed with Latin Lover against La Hermandad 187 in a match for the AAA World Tag Team Championships but were unsuccessful


2010

In 2010 Latin Lover was selected to represent Mexico as one of the Juries on Second Dance World Championship add something

 

In early April, 2010 ex-AAA wrestlers Histeria and El Alebrije sought legal action against AAA over the issues of name and ring character ownership as well as unfair termination by AAA. The two claim that they have wrestled for 13 years to create the characters and thus own them add something

 

The parties met for a second arbitration meeting in late April, 2010 add something

 

On March 18, 2010, AAA announced in a press conference that they would no longer be booking Latin Lover, due to monetary issues and him no-showing the 2010 "Rey de Reyes" event where he was scheduled to be part of the main event add something

 

On June 4, 2010, Latin Lover returned to Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, brawling with Héctor Garza add something

 

After not appearing again for CMLL for months, Latin Lover returned to the promotion on November 26, 2010, confronting "Los Invasores", a "rudo" group led by Garza add something