Psicosis

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This article is about the original Psicosis. For the second wrestler to use the name, see Psicosis II.
Psicosis
Psicosis.jpg
Birth name Dionicio Castellanos Torres
Born (1971-05-19) May 19, 1971 (age 43)
Tijuana, Baja California , Mexico
Resides Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) El Jet de Tijuana
El Millonario de Tijuana
Nicho
Nicho El Millonario[1]
Psicosis[1]
Psicosis the Millonaire
Psychosis
El Salvaje
Billed height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[1]
Billed weight 200 lb (91 kg)[1]
Billed from Mexico City, Mexico
Trained by Rey Misterio, Sr.[1]
Debut March 11, 1989

Dionicio Castellanos Torres[1] (born May 19, 1971) is a Mexican professional wrestler best known by the ring name Psicosis (sometimes Anglicised as Psychosis). Castellanos has performed for Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA), Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), World Championship Wrestling (WCW), World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), and Xtreme Pro Wrestling as well as a variety of Mexican and American independent promotions. He was the shortest reigning WCW Cruiserweight Champion with a reign that lasted less than an hour. After leaving WWE, Castellanos has mainly worked under the ring name Nicho el Millonario.

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Early years (1989–1995)[edit]

Castellanos debuted as "El Salvaje" after being trained by Rey Misterio, Sr. and his brother, Fobia. He often teamed with Fobia and wore face paint. In March 1989, Castellanos would begin wrestling as "Psicosis" for the local promotion in his native Baja California, where some of his biggest feuds pitted him against El Hijo del Santo and Rey Mysterio, Jr. He would eventually wrestle Mysterio Jr. over five hundred times throughout this career, according to Joey Styles at ECW One Night Stand. He also frequently feuded with La Parka (although, they would team up later in WCW) as well as Juventud Guerrera and Juventud's father, Fuerza Guerrera. 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 also go on to work three acclaimed matches with Mysterio Jr. in Extreme Championship Wrestling throughout November 1995.

World Championship Wrestling (1996–2000)[edit]

Main article: Latino World Order

Castellanos signed with World Championship Wrestling in 1996, anglicizing his name to "Psychosis."[1] His Monday Nitro debut on July 8, 1996, pitted him against Eddie Guerrero during WCW's tour of Disney MGM Studios. Through the early years, Psychosis would typically face other luchadores, frequently getting a midcard spot during pay-per-view events.[1] He engaged in a feud with Último Dragón, first working as the fan favorite.[1] He was later signed by Dragon's former manager Sonny Onoo, turning into a villain in the process.[1] During the entire length of the feud, he was unable to defeat the Dragon. He then began teaming with La Parka under Onoo's tutelage. After Onoo dropped them in favor of Yuji Nagata, the team began to break up, with La Parka attacking Psychosis after the matches. He beat La Parka at Spring Stampede on April 19, 1998.[2] In 1998, Psychosis joined Eddy Guerrero's Latino World Order (LWO) group, which consisted entirely of Mexican wrestler.[1] The group was disbanded by Ric Flair on the January 11 episode of Nitro. During the April 19 episode, Psychosis defeated Blitzkrieg, Juventud Guerrera, and Rey Mysterio in a four-way bout to win the WCW World Cruiserweight Championship for the first time.[3] This reign was short-lived however, as he lost it to Rey Mysterio one week later.[3]

Psychosis originally lost his mask to Rey Misterio, Sr. during a tour of Mexico, as he removed the mask and handed it to Mysterio Jr. while simultaneously covering his face with a towel. He also lost the mask to Billy Kidman on the September 27 episode of Nitro, revealing his face to the American audience. On occasion, he was also paired with Juventud Guerrera, and when the later won the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Title, Guerrera was kayfabe injured and had Psychosis defend the title. In reality, Guerrera and Jerry Flynn were arrested on DUI charges; Psychosis immediately lost the belt to previous champion Jushin Liger. Neither Juventud Guerrera's championship win nor Psicosis' title defense was recognized by New Japan Pro Wrestling until 2007. Psychosis had a second Cruiserweight title reign in WCW shortly after unmasking, when the previous champion Lenny Lane, who portrayed a flamboyant homosexual on television, got WCW in trouble with GLAAD. As a result, Lane was pulled from television and Psychosis was given the belt to defend.[3] The WCW announcers claimed that he had won it at a house show. However, on his first televised appearance with the title, Psychosis lost it to Disco Inferno.[3] This earned him the dubious distinction of having lost two titles he never won.

Post-World Championship Wrestling (2000–2005)[edit]

Psychosis was released from a financially suffering WCW in early 2000. This resulted in his brief return to Extreme Championship Wrestling that spanned from July to November 2000. The highlight of his second run was a match with Yoshihiro Tajiri at the ECW Arena, as well as an appearance at the Heat Wave pay-per-view, competing in a five-way dance against Yoshihiro Tajiri, Mikey Whipwreck, Tony Mamaluke, and Little Guido.[4] Much like WCW, ECW was on the brink of demise and soon folded. Psychosis was then part of the short-lived Xcitement Wrestling Federation and World Wrestling All-Stars promotions, and had a brief stint in All Japan Pro Wrestling.[1] He had a lengthy run in Xtreme Pro Wrestling, aligning himself with Konnan, Juventud Guerrera, Halloween, and Damien as "La Familia." Psychosis then wrestled on early Total Nonstop Action Wrestling weekly pay-per-views.[1] He also participate in the NWA Wrestling Showcase shows.[5] Psychosis had a dispute with Asistencia Asesoría y Administración in Mexico which held the rights to his ring name, so he switched it to "Nicho El Millonario" and continued to work in Mexico, mostly in Tijuana with occasional dates in the United States and Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre. Psicosis returned to Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in 2004, and wrestled at Victory Road 2004 as part of the 20 man international invitational. He was eliminated, and the tournament was won by fellow luchadore and former lWo member Héctor Garza.[6] In 2005, he returned to AAA to feud with the wrestler who had assumed the name "Psicosis" in September 1997 when he originally left the promotion. The two had a "name vs. name" ladder match at Triplemania XIII, but Histeria ran in and took the name for himself. Consequently, the feud evolved into a three-way rivalry.

World Wrestling Entertainment (2005–2006)[edit]

Main article: The Mexicools

In 2005, Castellanos signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). He appeared at the WWE-promoted ECW One Night Stand pay-per-view on June 12, losing to Rey Mysterio. His first WWE television appearance was on the June 18 airing of WWE Velocity, teaming with Super Crazy to defeat Akio and Billy Kidman. Psicosis, Super Crazy, and Juventud grouped together to form a faction known as The Mexicools. The group made their debut as heels on June 23 when all three members rode to the ring on a John Deere lawn mower, with the sticker saying Juan Deere to be more Mexican, wearing matching coveralls and attacked both Chavo Guerrero and Paul London during their WWE Cruiserweight Championship match.[7][8] Juventud cut a promo questioning the lack of "true Mexican Luchadores" in the cruiserweight division, before going on to deride the state of Mexican Americans in general. Psicosis dubbed the lawn mower they arrived on a "Mexican Limo 2005" and the group claimed that even Mexico's President mocks Mexicans in the United States; this referenced Vicente Fox's controversial remark that Mexican immigrants do the jobs "not even the blacks want to do." Guerrera then stated that they were no longer there to clean toilets and work for "them" (the "gringos") but "they" were going to be working for "us" (The Mexicools)," before dubbing the team "not Mexicans but Mexicools!" In the following weeks, they would continue to make run-ins in matches and mock the stereotypical image of Mexicans in the United States, even coming to the ring each with their own riding lawn mower.[7]

On July 24 at The Great American Bash in Buffalo, New York, they defeated the Blue World Order in a six-man tag match when Psicosis pinned Steven Richards to secure the Mexicools' first pay-per-view win.[9] The trio then turned face by feuding with Nunzio and Vito. During the December 2 episode of SmackDown! Super Crazy and Psicosis won a battle royal with 5 other tag teams, earning a match against MNM at Armageddon 2005 for the WWE Tag Team Championship.[10] MNM lost the titles before their match, however, which meant that the Armageddon match was just a standard tag team match.[11] During the January 27, 2006 episode of SmackDown! Super Crazy and Psicosis defeated The Dicks (Chad Wicks and John Toland) and the F.B.I. in a three-way tag team match to win spots in the 2006 Royal Rumble match on January 29. Psicosis entered at #4 in the Royal Rumble match but was quickly eliminated by old rival Rey Mysterio.[12] During mid-2006 the ECW brand was revived and with this came the expectations that Super Crazy would leave Psicosis and SmackDown! for the new ECW. This was later fueled with a match that would see Yoshihiro Tajiri and Super Crazy team up and face the F.B.I. at One Night Stand.[13] At this time, Psicosis' partnership with Crazy began to crumble when Psicosis repeatedly abandoned Crazy during incidents with The Great Khali.[14][15] The team split, with Psicosis turning heel. Psicosis' match against Super Crazy on July 21 on SmackDown!, which he lost, was his last televised WWE appearance.[16] WWE's official website confirmed Psicosis' release from his WWE contract on November 1, 2006 after he was arrested.[17]

Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (2006–2007)[edit]

Psicosis worked as "Nicho el Millonario" in Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) up until 2007. At the end of 2006, he accidentally shattered his nose in a match against El Hijo de Rey Misterio, and also got his head shaved. He was rushed to a nearby hospital to get his nose set following the match.

Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (2007–2014)[edit]

On the March 3, 2007 televised episode of AAA, Psicosis came as Nicho and started a fight with Cibernético. He had worn a La Parka mask, pretending to be him, in order to get La Parka expelled from AAA. Psicosis then joined Halloween's new version of La Familia de Tijuana, along with Extreme Tiger, in AAA under the ring name Nicho el Millonario. He returned after an absence from the company and joined Joe Lider's new rudo stable, while helping attack La Familia de Tijuana and the Mexican Powers. On September 14, 2008 at Verano de Escandalo, Nicho and Joe Lider, known collectively as "La Hermandad Extrema" (the Extreme Brotherhood), won the AAA World Tag Team Championship by defeating Crazy Boy and Último Gladiador and The Hart Foundation 2.0 (Jack Evans and Teddy Hart) and champions Halloween and Extreme Tiger in a four-way ladder match. La Hermandad 187 are the longest reigning tag team champions, with a reign of 551 days. On March 19, 2010, they lost the championship to La Legión Extranjera representatives Taiji Ishimori and Takeshi Morishima.[18] On June 6, 2010, at Triplemanía XVIII, La Hermandad 187 participated in a four-way elimination match for the AAA World Tag Team Championship. Lider eliminated the then reigning AAA World Tag Team Champions (Atsushi Aoki and Go Shiozaki) when he pinned Shiozaki. Later, Lider was pinned by James Storm of Beer Money, Inc. after interference from Konnan, denying them the chance to regain the tag team championship. Later in the night La Hermandad helped Cibernético beat up almost all the members of La Legión.[19][20]

Afterwards La Hermandad started feuding with La Sociedad, a superstable consisting of invaders from Los Perros del Mal and members of Los Maniacos, La Legión Extrangera and La Milicia, El Zorro and Hernandez in particular. La Hermandad received their rematch for the AAA World Tag Team Championship from Los Maniacos (Silver King and Último Gladiador) on September 19, 2010, but Lider was forced to enter the match without Nicho, who was taken out by El Zorro, Hernandez and La Legión the previous week, and was unable to regain the championship.[21][22] At Héroes Inmortales IV Nicho and Lider gained a measure of revenge on Konnan by defeating him and Perros del Mal members Damián 666 and Halloween in a three–on–two handicap hardcore match.[23] On October 30, 2010, El Zorro defeated Nicho in a Lucha de Apuesta to take his hair.[24] On December 5 at Guerra de Titanes Nicho and Líder received a shot at the AAA World Tag Team Championship, but were unable to dethrone Los Maniacos in a three–way ladder match, which also included Hernandez and El Ilegal.[25] During the first half of 2011, La Hermandad 187 started feuding with La Maniarquía (Chessman, Silver King and Último Gladiador), during which the rudo trio injured Nicho, forcing him out of Triplemanía XIX on June 18. At the event Nicho tried to interfere in the match between Líder, Electroshock and Heavy Metal and La Maniarquía, but was stopped by AAA president Joaquín Roldan, who suspended him from AAA for his interference and had him removed the arena.[26] Prior to the start of his three-month long suspension, Nicho appeared at the June 30 tapings, voicing his displeasure over the suspension, claiming that he had been there for the company from the beginning even though they had given his name (Psicosis) to another performer "not even close to his level", before noting that he had a son and that if he was suspended without pay, he would have to find work from another promotion.[27] Nicho returned to AAA on July 16, threatening Roldan, which led to Joe Líder trying to calm his partner down. This in turn led to Nicho declaring that if Líder was with Roldan, they were no longer friends. Later in the event, Nicho interfered in Líder's match and turned on him, effectively ending La Hermandad 187.[28] On July 31 at Verano de Escándalo, Nicho attacked Líder during a Monster's Ball match and put him through a flaming table, costing him the match in the process.[29] On August 19, Nicho again attacked Líder before putting on a Perros del Mal shirt, which led to the group's leader El Hijo del Perro Aguayo officially welcoming him to the group.[30] On October 9 at Héroes Inmortales, Los Perros del Mal and Los Psycho Circus ended their year-long rivalry, when Nicho, Damián 666 and Halloween were defeated in a Mask vs. Hair steel cage match, following interference from Joe Líder, and were all shaved bald.[31]

In early 2012, Nicho started carrying his old Psicosis mask to the ring with him.[32] On April 6, Nicho and Joe Líder interfered in each other's matches, with Líder burning Nicho's face with a fireball during a main event run-in.[33] On May 6, Nicho returned to working under his old mask and the ring name Psicosis, continuing his rivalry with Líder.[34][35] In storyline, Líder's fireball had not only severely burned Nicho's face, but the incident had also driven him insane, causing him to once again don a mask and refer to himself as Psicosis.[36][37] On August 5 at Triplemanía XX, Psicosis reunited with Líder for one night to take part in a Parejas Suicidas steel cage match, featuring three other former tag teams. Líder lost the match, after being turned on by Psicosis, forcing the two to face other in a Hair vs. Hair match later in the event. In the end, Psicosis won the match, forcing his rival to have his head shaved bald.[38]

On November 22, 2013, Psicosis, along with Perros del Mal stablemate Daga, turned on El Hijo del Perro Aguayo,[39] labeling him a traitor for forming a new partnership with Cibernético.[40] However, on December 8 at Guerra de Titanes, Aguayo, Daga and Psicosis revealed they had played Cibernético, when Aguayo turned on him and brought Los Perros del Mal back under the umbrella of the reformed La Sociedad.[41] On August 2, 2014, Castellanos announced he had left AAA.[42]

Other media[edit]

Castellanos appeared in the independent documentary, 101 Reasons Not To Become A Professional Wrestler.

Personal life[edit]

Castellanos is married, with two children. The family divides its time between their homes in Baja California, Mexico, New York, United States and California, United States.

Arrest in Mexico[edit]

Castellanos was arrested on October 9, 2006, the night after he allegedly stole a car from 23 year old Alexander Valencia Ramirez of Playas de Rosarito, Baja California, reports Mexican newspaper El Mexicano.[43] He asked to borrow Ramirez' car, Ramirez refused, leading Castellanos to pull out a gun on him and stealing it.[43] During a chase with police, Castellanos hit several cars.[43] After catching him, police found out that the gun that he had used earlier in the night was actually just a water gun.[43]

In wrestling[edit]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • PWI ranked him # 107 of the 500 best singles wrestlers during the PWI Years in 2003.
    • PWI ranked him # 39 of the 500 best singles wrestlers of the PWI 500 in 1996.
  • World Pro Wrestling
    • WPW Cruiserweight Championship (1 time)
  • Xtreme Latin American Wrestling
    • X–LAW Xtreme Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

Lucha de Apuesta record[edit]

Wager Winner Loser Location Date Notes
Hair/Mask Colibri and ?? El Salvaje and Caballero de la Muerte Tijuana, Baja California 1991  
Mask Psicosis Ultraman 2000 Tijuana, Baja California March 16, 1996  
Mask Rey Misterio Psicosis Tijuana, Baja California August 26, 1999 [50]
Mask Billy Kidman Psicosis Atlanta, Georgia, USA September 27, 1999 [Note 1]
Hair Nicho el Millonario Rey Misterio Tijuana, Baja California May 12, 2000  
Hair Nicho el Millonario Fobia Tijuana, Baja California October 13, 2000  
Hair Nicho el Millonario Scorpio, Jr. Tijuana, Baja California December 22, 2000  
Hair El Hijo del Santo Nicho el Millonario Tijuana, Baja California April 6, 2001  
Hair L. A. Park Nicho el Millonario Tijuana, Baja California October 8, 2004  
Hair Rey Misterio Nicho el Millonario Tijuana, Baja California December 1, 2006 [Note 2]
Hair Nicho el Millonario Joe Lider Tijuana, Baja California August 15, 2010 [Note 3][51]
Hair El Zorro Nicho el Millonario Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua October 30, 2010 [Note 4][24]
Hair Monster Clown, Murder Clown and Psycho Clown Nicho el Millonario, Damián 666 and Halloween Monterrey, Nuevo León October 9, 2011 Steel cage Masks vs. Hairs match.[31]
Hair Psicosis Joe Líder Mexico City August 5, 2012 Parejas suicidas steel cage match: lost to Chessman and Juventud Guerrera, Extreme Tiger and Halloween, and Jack Evans and Teddy Hart, and had to wrestle each other.[38]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Lost the same mask twice once in Mexico and once in the US.
  2. ^ Steel cage match that also included Hijo del Rey Misterio and Super Parka.
  3. ^ Relevos suicidas match: lost to Principe Arandu and TJ Boy and had to wrestle each other.
  4. ^ Weapons match.

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