|Birth name||Antonio Salazar Gómez|
|Ring name(s)||Tony Salazar
|Billed height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Billed weight||88 kg (190 lb)|
January 15, 1949 |
Mexico City, Mexico
|Resides||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Trained by||Raul Romero
Alejandro de Alba
|Debut||February 7, 1965|
Antonio Salazar Gómez, (born January 15, 1949) is a retired Mexican Luchador, or professional wrestler who currently works as the ring announcer for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre's (CMLL) Sunday shows in Arena Coliseo. He is best known under the ring name Tony Salazar, although he has also competed as Senor Tormenta, El Nene and the masked Ulíses during his wrestling career. In his career he has held the NWA World Middleweight Championship twice, and the NWA World Light Heavyweight Championship once.
Professional wrestling career 
Tony Salazar made his professional wrestling debut in 1965 and soon after began working regularly for Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre, the world's oldest and Mexico's largest wrestling promotion. On August 13, 1978 Tony Salazar defeated Ringo Mendoza to win the NWA World Middleweight Championship, holding the title until February 3, 1979 when Mendoza regained it. Salazar would have an additional reign as Middleweight champion in 1981 when he won it from Sangre Chicana on January 18 and lost it back to Chicana on March 13, 1981. The following month Salazar defated Alfonso Dantés to win the NWA World Light Heavyweight Championship, the most prestigious title promoted in Mexico at the time. Salazar's run with the Light Heavyweight title lasted for almost a year until American David Morgan won it on March 22, 1982. Following his title loss Salazar worked as the enmascarado character Ulíses for some years, retiring in the early 1990s.
Tony Salazar is currently the ring announcer for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre's (CMLL; Previously known as EMLL) Sunday night shows in Arena Coliseo in Mexico City, Mexico as well as working behind the scenes as one of the people responsible for putting the shows together every Sunday.
Tony Salazar is the father of CMLL wrestler Magnus, the uncle of WWE wrestler Sin Cara, as well as Argenis, Argos and Astro Boy. He is the brother-in-law of their father who wrestled as Dr. Karonte.
In wrestling 
- Finishing moves
- Signature moves
- Flying kick
- Left handed punch
Championships and accomplishments 
Lucha de Apuesta record 
|Hair||Tony Salazar||Cacique Mara||Mexico City, Mexico||March 19, 1976|
|Hair||Tony Salazar||Ringo Mendoza||Mexico City, Mexico||August 20, 1978|
|Hairs||El Faraón and Águila India||Sangre Chicana and Tony Salazar||Mexico City, Mexico||1979|
|Hair||Tony Salazar||Bruno Victoria||Mexico City, Mexico||August 16, 1980|
|Hair||Perro Aguayo||Tony Salazar||Mexico City, Mexico||September 17, 1982|||
|Hair||Tony Salazar||Coloso Colosetti||Mexico City, Mexico||April 22, 1983|
|Hair||Tony Salazar||Herodes||Mexico City, Mexico||September 18, 1983|
|Hair||Tony Salazar||Coloso Colosetti||Mexico City, Mexico||October 3, 1983|
|Hair||Tony Salazar, Americo Rocca and Ringo Mendoza||El Signo, El Texano and Negro Navarro||Mexico City, Mexico||September 19, 1986|
|Hair||Pirata Morgan||Tony Salazar||Mexico City, Mexico||September 18, 1987|
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- Royal Duncan & Gary Will (4th Edition 2006). "EMLL NWA World Middlweight Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. pp. 389–390. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
- Royal Duncan & Gary Will (4th Edition 2006). "Mexico: EMLL NWA World Light Heavyweight Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. p. 389. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
- Enciclopedia staff (November, 2007). "Enciclopedia de las Ulíses". Romano (in Spanish) (Mexico City, Mexico). p. 23. Tomo V.
- Madigan, Dan (2007). "A family affair". Mondo Lucha a Go Go: the bizare & honorable world of wild Mexican wrestling. HarperColins Publisher. pp. 128–132. ISBN 978-0-06-085583-3.
- Lucha 2000 staff (May, 2008). "Perro Aguayo y sus Victimas". Lucha 2000 Magazine (in Spanish). pp. 12–15. Especial 30.