Distrito Federal Trios Championship

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Distrito Federal Trios Championship
Campeonato Trios de Distrito Federal
Details
Current champion(s) Los Piratas
(El Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan, Jr.)
Date won February 7, 2013[1]
Promotion International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG)
Mexican Independent Circuit
Date established 1986[2]
Other name(s) Mexico State Trios Championship/Campeonato Trios de Estado de Mexico

The Distrito Federal Trios Championship is a Trios (six-man) tag team Championship primarily promoted by the Mexican Lucha libre professional wrestling promotion International Wrestling Revolution Group (IWRG). The title was created in 1986 and is controlled by the "Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F." (Mexico City Boxing and Wrestling Commission), which regulates all matches where the title is defended, allowing it to only be defended in Mexico City and the State of Mexico. It is considered a secondary, lower level championship than the Mexican National Trios Championship also sanctioned by the Commission but almost exclusively controlled by Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). IWRG has held the control of the Distrito Federal Trios Championship since IWRG was founded in 1996 and has at times been a secondary title for the promotion, below the IWRG Intercontinental Trios Championship.[N 3] The championship is not restricted by nationality, only by geographical location of where it can or cannot be defended. Being a professional wrestling championship, it is not won legitimately: it is instead won via a scripted ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a storyline.

The current champions are Los Piratas (El Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan and Pirata Morgan, Jr.), who won the championship from Los Oficiales (Version 5; Oficial 911, Oficial AK-47 and Oficial Fierro) on February 7, 2013 in Arena Naucalpan.[1] The first Distrito Federal Champions was the team known as Los Temerarios ("The Reckless"; Black Terry, Jose Luis Feliciano, Shu el Guerrero) who won the championship at some point in 1986.[2] Due to very few paper records being preserved of professional wrestling events, especially on the independent circuit there are periods of time where the status of the championship is unclear. At times there is no record of the specific date a team won the championship or who they defeated, leaving the possibility that there may have been other championship reigns in that period of time. Due to the fictional nature of professional wrestling it is also possible that some of the championship changes that proceeded periods of uncertainty were fictional in nature, where new champions were announced but no actual match took place.[2] In the years preceding Los Oficiales winning the championship in 2007 the title was inactive for long periods of time and was not defended on a regular basis.

Due to the gaps in records it can only be stated that there have been at least 34 championship reigns between 30 different trios and 72 individual wrestlers. The first version of Los Oficiales (Guardia, Oficial and Virgilante) is the trio with the most reigns as a team, three; while Oficial is the individual with the most reigns, holding the championship with three different configurations of Los Oficiales. The longest reigning Trio is the current version of Los Oficiales, who's reign from July 19, 2007 to December 7, 2008 was the longest with 507 days in total. Technically the 31st reign by Gringos VIP lasted 679 days, but during the trio's reign the Commission allowed Gringo Loco to be replaced by Apolo Estrada, Jr. as Gringo Loco had returned to the United States of America about half way through their reign, making Los Oficiales the longest reigning trio. The current version of Los Oficiales is also the team with the longest combined, confirmed championship reign at 1,137 days and counting. Oficial AK-47 has the longest combined reign for an individual, combining four reigns to 1,299 days and counting. The Nuevo León based trio of Los Divos (Bengalí, Cats and Raiden) held the championship for 21 days in 2005, making it the shortest confirmed reign of any champions. Four wrestlers have been champions under two different wrestling identities; Black Terry has held the title twice under that name and once as the masked character Guerrero Maya. Oficial AK-47 has held it both under his current character and as "Ultra Mega" as well, Oficial Factor previously held the championship under his former identity of Mega as well while Oficial Spartan also held the championship under the name Omega.[N 4]

Title history[edit]

Key
# The overall championship reign
Reign The reign number for the specific wrestler listed.
Event The event promoted by the respective promotion in which the title changed hands
N/A The specific information is not known or cannot be calculated.
Used for vacated reigns in order to not count it as an official reign
  Indicates that there was a period where the lineage is undocumented due to the lack of documentation on local level wrestling in Mexico.
¤ Indicates that the number may not be accurate but it is the best possible number based on current documentation
# Team
(Wrestlers)
Reign Date Days
held
Location Event Notes
1 Los Temerarios
(Black Terry, Jose Luis Feliciano, Shu el Guerrero)
1 1986 [N 5] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event It has not been documented how Los Temerarios won the championship.[2]
2 Yoshihiro Asai, Hata Hirokazu, Naoki Sano 1 August 26, 1987 [N 6] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [2]
             
3¤ Los Tarascos
(Tarasco I, Tarasco II and Tarasco III)
1 N/A [N 7] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event It is not clear if the team defeated Asai, Horikazu and Sano to win the championship or a different team.[2]
4¤ Las Saetas del Ring
(Águila Solitaria, Ciclón Ramírez, El Pantera II)
1 April 1991 [N 8] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [2]
             
5¤ Los Metálicos
(Oro, Plata and Bronce)
1 1991 [N 9] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event It is not clear if the team defeated Los Saetas del Ring to win the championship or a different team.[2]
6¤ Los Guerreros del Futuro
(Damain El Guerrero, Guerrero Del Futuro, Guerrero Maya (2))
1 1992 [N 10] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event Guerrero Maya previously held the title under the ring name Black Terry.[2]
             
7¤ Ciclón Ramírez (2), El Nuevo Huracán Ramírez, Jr. and El Hijo de Huracán Ramírez 1 N/A [N 11] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event It is not clear if the team defeated Los Guerreros del Futuro to win the championship or a different team.[2]
8¤ Los Destructores
(Rocco Valente, Tony Arce, Vulcano)
1 October 1995 [N 12] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [2]
             
9¤ Los Oficiales
(Version 1; Maniac Cop, Oficial and Virgilante)
1 1996 [N 13] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event It is not clear if the team defeated Los Destructores to win the championship or a different team.[2]
10¤ Los Super Payasos
(Bruly, Circus and Rody)
1 1997 [N 14] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [2]
11¤ Judo Suwa, Shiima Nobunaga and Sumo Fuji 1 December 14, 1997 287 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [2]
12¤ Los Oficiales
(Version 1; Guardia, Oficial (2) and Virgilante (2))
1 September 27, 1998 [N 15] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [2]
13¤ Los Super Payasos
(Bruly, Circus and Rody)
2 1999 [N 16] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [2]
14¤ Los Oficiales
(Version 1; Guardia (2), Oficial (3) and Virgilante (3))
2 2000 [N 17] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [3]
15¤ Super Caló, Alan Stone and Moto Cross 1 June 22, 2000 98 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [3]
16¤ Bombero Infernal, Cripta, El Enterrador 1 September 28, 2000 136 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [3]
17¤ Los Oficiales
(Version 1; Guardia (3), Oficial (4) and Virgilante (4))
3 February 11, 2001 172 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [4]
18¤ Los Megas
(Mega, Super Mega and Ultra Mega)
1 August 2, 2001 161 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [4]
19¤ Dr. Cerebro, Cirujano and Paramedico 1 January 10, 2002 304 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [5]
20¤ Bombero Infernal (2), El Engendro and El Hijo del Diablo 1 November 10, 2002 [N 18] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [5]
21¤ Los Megas
(Mega (2), Omega and Ultra Mega (2))
1 2002 [N 19] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [5]
22¤ Dr. Markus, Dr. Muerte and Enfermero, Jr. 1 December 13, 2003 162 Xochimilco, Mexico Live event [6]
23¤ Los Oficiales
(Version 2; Cyborg, Guardia (4) and Oficial (5))
1 May 23, 2004 193 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [7]
24¤ Los Payasos Tricolores
(Coco Blanco, Coco Rojo, Coco Verde)
1 December 2, 2004 122 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [7]
25¤ Jungla Negra, Jr. and Los Orientales
(Orientale I and Orientale II)
1 April 3, 2005 28 Nuevo León, Mexico Live event The geographical restriction was ignored by Los Payasos when they agreed to defend the championship.[8]
26¤ Los Divos
(Bengalí, Cats and Raiden)
1 May 1, 2005 21 Nuevo León, Mexico Live event The geographical restriction was ignored by the local promoters.[8]
27¤ Los Payasos Tricolores
(Coco Blanco, Coco Rojo, Coco Verde)
2 May 22, 2005 140 Nuevo León, Mexico Live event Los Payasos regained the championship to return to Mexico State with them.[8]
28¤ Dr. Cerebro (1), Cerebro Negro and Veneno 1 May 22, 2005 [N 20] Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [8]
             
29¤ Los Oficiales
(Version 5; Oficial 911, Oficial AK-47 (3)and Oficial Fierro)
1 July 19, 2007 507 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event Defeated the team of Kai, Sasaki, Yamato to win championship, unclear if it was a tournament for the vacant championship.[9]
30¤ Los Terribles Cerebros
(Black Terry (3), Dr. Cerebro (3) and Cerebro Negro (2))
1 December 7, 2008 489 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event  
Vacated April 10, 2010 19 N/A N/A Championship vacated when Cerebro Negro temporarily stopped working for IWRG.[10]
31¤ Gringos VIP
(Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo (2) and Gringo Loco)
1 April 29, 2010 679¤ Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event Won an eight-team tournament, defeating the team of Máscara Año 2000, Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 and Máscara Año 2000, Jr. in the finals.[10]
31.5¤ Gringos VIP
(Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo (2) and Apolo Estrada Jr.)
1 April 29, 2010 679¤ Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event Commission allows Apolo Estrada Jr. to replace Gringo Loco on the team.[11]
32¤ Los Oficiales Elite
(Oficial Factor (3), Oficial Rayan and Oficial Spartan (2))
1 March 8, 2012 140 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [11]
33¤ Los Oficiales
(Version 5; Oficial 911, Oficial AK-47 (4) and Oficial Fierro)
2 July 26, 2012 196 Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [12]
34¤ Los Piratas
(El Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan and Pirata Morgan, Jr.)
2 February 7, 2013 434+ Naucalpan, State of Mexico, Mexico Live event [1]

List of Championship reigns by combined length[edit]

Key
Symbol Meaning
Indicates the current champion
¤ Indicates that one or more of the title reigns does not have a definite start or end date and thus is not counted into the total length
+ Indicates that the number of days held by this individual changes everyday.
Rank Wrestler # of reigns Combined days
1 Los Oficials
(Version 5; Oficial 911, Oficial AK-47 and Oficial Fierro)
2 703
2 Los Terribles Cerebros
(Black Terry, Dr. Cerebro and Cerebro Negro)
1 489
3 Gringos VIP
(Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo and Gringo Loco)
0.5 340
3 Gringos VIP
(Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo and Apolo Estrada, Jr.)
0.5 340
5 Dr. Cerebro, Cirujano and Paramedico 1 304
6 Judo Suwa, Shiima Nobunaga and Sumo Fuji 1 287
7 Los Payasos Tricolores
(Coco Blanco, Coco Rojo, Coco Verde)
2 262
8 Los Oficiales
(Version 2; Cyborg, Guardia and Oficial)
1 193
Los Oficiales
(Version 1; Guardia, Oficial and Virgilante)
3 174[N 15][N 17]
10 Dr. Markus, Dr. Muerte and Enfermero, Jr. 1 162
11 Los Megas
(Mega, Super Mega and Ultra Mega)
1 161
12 Los Oficiales Elite
(Oficial Factor, Oficial Rayan and Oficial Spartan)
1 140
13 Bombero Infernal, Cripta, El Enterrador 1 136
14 Los Piratas
(El Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan and Pirata Morgan, Jr.)
1 434+
15 Super Caló, Alan Stone and Moto Cross 1 98
16 Jungla Negra Jr. and Los Orientales (Orientale I and Orientale II) 1 28
17 Los Divos
(Bengalí, Cats and Raiden)
1 21
¤ Los Super Payasos
(Bruly, Circus and Rody)
2 [N 14][N 16]
¤ Bombero Infernal, El Engendro and El Hijo del Diablo 1 [N 18]
¤ Ciclón Ramírez, El Nuevo Huracán Ramírez, Jr. and El Hijo de Huracán Ramírez 1 [N 11]
¤ Dr. Cerebro (1), Cerebro Negro and Veneno 1 [N 8]
¤ Los Destructores
(Rocco Valente, Tony Arce, Vulcano)
1 [N 12]
¤ Los Metálicos
(Oro, Plata and Bronce)
1 [N 9]
¤ Los Oficiales
(Version 1; Maniac Cop, Oficial and Virgilante)
1 [N 13]
¤ Yoshihiro Asai, Hata Hirokazu, Naoki Sano 1 [N 6]
¤ Las Saetas del Ring
(Águila Solitaria, Ciclón Ramírez, El Pantera II)
1 [N 8]
¤ Los Guerreros del Futuro
(Damain El Guerrero, Guerrero Del Futuro, Guerrero Maya
1 [N 10]
¤ Los Megas
(Mega, Omega and Ultra Mega)
1 [N 19]
¤ Los Tarascos
(Tarasco I, Tarasco II and Tarasco III)
1 [N 7]
¤ Los Temerarios
(Black Terry, Jose Luis Feliciano, Shu el Guerrero)
1 [N 5]

Individual Championship reigns by length[edit]

Key
Symbol Meaning
Indicates the current champion
¤ Indicates that one or more of the title reigns does not have a definite start or end date and thus is not counted into the total length
+ Indicates that the number of days held by this individual changes everyday.
Rank Wrestler # of reigns Combined days
1 Ultra Mega / Oficial AK-47 4 865¤[N 19]
2 Dr. Cerebro 3 793[N 8]
3 Oficial 911 2 703
4 Oficial Fierro 1 703
El Hijo del Diablo 2 680[N 18]
6 Avisman (0.5) 1 679
Black Terry / Guerrero Maya 3 491[N 10][N 5]
8 Cerebro Negro 2 490¤[N 8]
Oficial 5 368[N 13][N 15][N 17]
10¤ Guardia 4 367[N 15][N 17]
11 Apolo Estrada, Jr. 0.5 340
12 Gringo Loco 0.5 340
13 Cirujano 1 304
14 Paramedico 1 304
15¤ Mega / Oficial Factor 3 302[N 19]
16 Judo Suwa 1 287
17 Shiima Nobunaga 1 287
18 Sumo Fuji 1 287
19 Coco Blanco 2 262
20 Coco Rojo 2 262
21 Coco Verde 2 262
22 Cyborg 1 193
23 Oficial Fierro 1 186
24¤ Virgilante 4 175[N 13][N 15][N 17]
25 Dr. Markus 1 162
26 Dr. Muerte 1 162
27 Enfermero, Jr. 1 162
28 Super Mega 1 161
29¤ Omega / Oficial Spartan 2 141[N 19]
30 Oficial Rayan 1 140
31¤ Bombero Infernal 2 137[N 18]
32 Cripta 1 136
33 El Enterrador 1 136
34 El Hijo de Pirata Morgan 1 434+
34 Pirata Morgan 1 434+
34 Pirata Morgan, Jr. 1 434+
37 Alan Stone 1 98
37 Moto Cross 1 98
37 Super Caló 1 98
40 Jungla Negra, Jr. 1 28
41 Orientale I 1 28
42 Orientale II 1 28
43 Bengalí 1 21
44 Cats 1 21
45¤ Raiden 1 21[N 11]
¤ Ciclón Ramírez 2 [N 8][N 11]
¤ Bruly 2 [N 14][N 16]
¤ Circus 2 [N 14][N 16]
¤ Rody 2 [N 14][N 16]
¤ Águila Solitaria 1 [N 8]
¤ Bronce 1 [N 9]
¤ Damain El Guerrero 1 [N 10]
¤ Guerrero Del Futuro 1 [N 10]
¤ Hata Hirokazu 1 [N 6]
¤ Jose Luis Feliciano 1 [N 5]
¤ Plata 1 [N 9]
¤ Naoki Sano 1 [N 6]
¤ Oro 1 [N 9]
¤ El Pantera II 1 [N 8]
¤ Shu el Guerrero 1 [N 5]
¤ Yoshihiro Asai 1 [N 6]
¤ Veneno 1 [N 8]
¤ El Engendro 1 [N 18]
¤ El Hijo de Huracán Ramírez 1 [N 11]
¤ El Nuevo Huracán Ramírez, Jr. 1 [N 11]
¤ Maniac Cop 1 [N 13]
¤ Rocco Valente 1 [N 12]
¤ Tarasco I 1 [N 7]
¤ Tarasco II 1 [N 7]
¤ Tarasco III 1 [N 7]
¤ Tony Arce 1 [N 12]
¤ Vulcano 1 [N 12]

Championship tournaments[edit]

It is believed that the original champions Los Temerarios (Black Terry, Jose Luis Feliciano, Shu el Guerrero) is believed to have won a trios tournament of indeterminate size, but no documentation of the date or participants of the tournament exists.[2]

Distrito Federal Trios Tournament, 2010[edit]

In April 2010 IWRG stripped Los Terribles Cerebros (Black Terry, Cerebro Negro and Dr. Cerebro) of the championship due to Cerebro Negro electing to work a Desastre Total Ultraviolento (DTU) on the same day as an IWRG show, forcing IWRG to abandon the planned match. IWRG held an eight-team, one night single elimination tournament from April 15 to April 29, 2010 to crown the new champions. Cerebro Negro actually participated in the tournament, but did not team with his former partners Black Terry and Dr. Cerebro.[10]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
   Team Máscara Año 2000s
(Máscara Año 2000, Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 and Máscara Año 2000, Jr.)
W[10]  
 Chico Che, Ultraman, Jr. and Zatura    
   Team Máscara Año 2000s
(Máscara Año 2000, Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 and Máscara Año 2000, Jr.)
W[10]  
   Los Brazos
(Brazo de Plata, Brazo Metálico and Hijo del Brazo de Plata)
   
 Los Brazos
(Brazo de Plata, Brazo Metálico and Hijo del Brazo de Plata)
W[10]
   Bombero Infernal, Maldito, Jr. and Samoth    
     Team Máscara Año 2000s
(Máscara Año 2000, Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 and Máscara Año 2000, Jr.)
 
   Gringos VIP
(Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo and Gringo Loco)
W[10]
   Black Terry, Dr. Cerebro and El Hijo del Signo W[10]  
 La Dinastia de la Muerte
(Negro Navarro, Trauma I and Trauma II)
   
   Black Terry, Dr. Cerebro and El Hijo del Signo  
   Gringos VIP
(Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo and Gringo Loco)
W[10]  
 Cerebro Negro, Kaos and Veneno  
   Gringos VIP
(Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo and Gringo Loco)
W[10]  

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Longest verified reign
  2. ^ Shortest verified reign
  3. ^ In this, "control" refers to the every day use of the title, determining which storylines the title is being used it, who gets to challenge for the title, how to use it in a public relations sense.
  4. ^ The statistics are supported by all the sources in the championship list.
  5. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which the Championship was first won is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 238 and 602 days.
  6. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Asai, Hirokazu and Sano lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 1,342 days.
  7. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Tarascos won and lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 1,342 days.
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i The exact date on which Los Saetas del Ring won and lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 274 days.
  9. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Metálicos won and lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 639 days.
  10. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Guerreros del Futuro won and lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 0 and 1,399 days.
  11. ^ a b c d e f The exact date on which the team won and lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 0 and 1,398 days.
  12. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Destructores won and lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 457 days.
  13. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Destructores won and lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 730 days.
  14. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Destructores won the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 346 days.
  15. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Oficiales lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 96 and 460 days.
  16. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Super Payasos won and lost the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 537 days.
  17. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Oficiales won the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 367 and 537 days.
  18. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which the team lost won the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 51 days.
  19. ^ a b c d e The exact date on which Los Megas won the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 347 and 397 days.
  20. ^ The exact date on which Los Megas won the championship is unknown, which means that the title reign lasted between 1 and 787 days.

References[edit]

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  3. ^ a b c Box y Lucha staff (January 9, 2001). "2000 Especial!". Box y Lucha Magazine (in Spanish). pp. 2–20. 2488. 
  4. ^ a b Box y Lucha staff (January 13, 2002). "2001: Los Campeones". Box y Lucha Magazine (in Spanish). pp. 15–17. issue 2540. 
  5. ^ a b c Box y Lucha staff (January 9, 2001). "2000 Especial!". Box y Lucha Magazine (in Spanish). pp. 2–20. issue 2488. 
  6. ^ SuperLuchas staff (January 5, 2004). "Número Especial - Lo mejr de la lucha ilbre mexicana durante el 2003". Super Luchas (in Spanish). 40. 
  7. ^ a b SuperLuchas staff (January 24, 2005). "Número Especial - Lo mejr de la lucha ilbre mexicana durante el 2004". Super Luchas (in Spanish). 91. 
  8. ^ a b c d SuperLuchas staff (January 3, 2006). "2005 Lo Mejor de la Lucha Mexicana". SuperLuchas (in Spanish). 140. 
  9. ^ SuperLuchas staff (December 26, 2007). "2007 Lo Mejor de la Lucha Mexicana". SuperLuchas (in Spanish). issue 244. Retrieved January 28, 2013. 
  10. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Rivera, Manuel (May 1, 2010). "Resultados IWRG (29 abril 2010): ¡Silver King aparece en Naucalpan y promete una invasión AAA! ¡Los Gringos, nuevos Campeones de Tríos del Estado de México!" (in Spanish). SuperLuchas Magazine. Retrieved April 30, 2010. 
  11. ^ a b "Noche redonda para la Dinastía de la Muerte". MedioTiempo (in Spanish). March 19, 2012. Retrieved January 28, 2013. 
  12. ^ "Los Oficiales recuperan el Campeonato de Tríos del Estado de México.". MedioTiempo (in Spanish). July 27, 2012. Retrieved December 1, 2012.