Vampiro

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Vampiro
Born (1967-05-31) May 31, 1967 (age 47)[1]
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada[1]
Resides Mexico City, Mexico
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Canadian Vampire Casanova[1]
El Vampiro Canadiense[1]
El Vampiro[1]
Gene Anderson[1]
Ian Richards[1]
Vampire
Vampiro Casanova[1]
Vampiro[1]
Billed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)[1]
Billed weight 255 lb (116 kg)
Billed from

Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada

Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Trained by Abdullah the Butcher[1]
Debut 1984

Ian Richard Hodgkinson (born May 31, 1967), better known by his ring name Vampiro, is a Canadian professional wrestler currently working for Juggalo Championship Wrestling (JCW) as both a wrestler and a consultant.[1] Hodgkinson is semi-retired and is a member of the citizen crime patrol organization Guardian Angels, acting as head of the group's chapter in Mexico City.[2]

Hodgkinson has wrestled for various wrestling promotions, but is best known for his time in World Championship Wrestling, where he held the WCW World Tag Team Championship with The Great Muta. He has also worked for Mexican promotions Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre during the early 1990s and Asistencia Asesoría y Administración. In his professional wrestling career, Hodgkinson is a five-time World Champion having won the NWE World Heavyweight Championship once, the JCW Heavyweight Championship twice, the WWC Universal Heavyweight Championship once, and the UWA World Heavyweight Championship once.

Early life[edit]

Hodgkinson used to be a bodyguard for the pop group Milli Vanilli.[3] He also claims to have been drafted by the Kingston Frontenacs of the Ontario Hockey League.[citation needed]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Early years[edit]

Hodgkinson got his start in the business working for International Wrestling out of Montreal, Quebec. He often set up the ring before events and would train with the wrestlers before their WWC Umatches. He made his debut as a jobber in 1984 at the age of 16 with little training, although he has credited Abdullah the Butcher as his trainer. Vampiro's first match was a tag team victory with Pierroth, Jr. over Mogur and Huracan Sevilla in 1985.

Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (1991–1998)[edit]

After a few years in Montreal, in 1991, Hodgkinson headed down to Mexico City, looking for work in one of Mexico's premier wrestling promotions, Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre. He met with Paco Alonso and Antonio Peña, who took him as a joke because of his unique look (he had long dreadlocked blue hair and several tattoos). They decided to throw him in the ring as Vampiro Canadiense (Canadian Vampire) because he told them he liked vampires. To their surprise, with his very limited moveset that only consisted of punches, kicks, and headbutts, he became an overnight sensation, as his rock star appearance and natural good looks caught on with the young Mexican women in the audience.

In 1992, Vampiro would be part of multiple hair vs hair matches.[4] The first of which would be on March 21 defeating Bestia Negra II.[4] Throughout the months Vampiro would beat Rick Patterson, Pirata Morgan, Aaron Grundy and Sangre Chicana in hair vs hair matches. In late 1992, Vampiro participated in the CMLL World Heavyweight Championship tournament and reached the semi final before being defeated by Black Magic. In early 1993, Vampiro would team up with Pierroth, Jr. to take part in the CMLL World Tag Team Championship tournament and progressed to the final where the two would take on Dr. Wagner Jr. and El Canek in a best out of three, two out of three falls match.[4] Going into the last match the two teams where drawing with one win each, Dr. Wagner Jr. and El Canek would win the last match and therefore the vacant CMLL World Tag Team Championship.[4] In the first round of the Gran Prix 1994 he lost to Yamato in the first round.[5] In mid to late 1994, Vamprio would begin to team up with Pegasus Kid, in the final of the Trios Tournament along with El Rayo de Jalisco Jr. the pair would lose to El Dandy, El Texano and Silver King.[5] Vamprio and Pegasus Kid would lose to El Texano and Silver King in the quarter finals of the CMLL World Tag Team Championship number one contendership tournament.[5] Vampiro would go on to team up with Apolo Dantés and lost to Dr. Wagner Jr. & Pierroth Jr. in the semi final of the CMLL World Tag Team Championship number two contendership tournament. In July 1995, Vampiro reached the final of the Gran Prix 1995 before losing to Headhunter A.[5] In what was perhaps his biggest matches of his career to this point, he took on Apolo Dantes in a best out of three falls match for the CMLL World Heavyweight Championship. In 1996, Vampiro would leave CMLL to join other top Mexican promotions such as International Wrestling Revolution Group, Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion and Promo Azteca. However in 1998 he would return to CMLL, he would take part in the CMLL World Trios Championship tournament and Gran Prix 1998 and would lose both. His last match for CMLL for many years would take place on December 11, 1998.[5]

Feud with Konnan[edit]

Whilst working in Mexico Vampiro began a real life feud with fellow CMLL headliner Konnan. Konnan had been the top star in the promotion prior to Vampiro's arrival and did not take well to Vampiro's superstardom. The feud stems from Vampiro being offered a part in a Mexican soap opera, but then the producers changing their mind at the last minute when they learned that Vampiro's command of the Spanish language was poor, and went with Konnan, a fluent Spanish speaker, instead. Vampiro considered Konnan to have sabotaged his chance to parlay his ring success into mainstream stardom, as Konnan did become a mainstream star in Mexico as a result of the role. The rivalry lasted for several years until the two resolved their differences whilst working in WCW, where they became very close friends and business associates.

Universal Wrestling Association (1991–1993)[edit]

On October 19, 1991, Vampiro would team up with Villano III to defeat Dos Caras and El Canek in a CMLL and UWA joint promotion event.[6] In 1991 he would continue to take part in CMLL and UWA joint promotion events and in 1992 he debuted for Universal Wrestling Association in a single promotion setting. On January 31, 1993, Vampiro defeated El Canek in a two out of three falls match to become the UWA World Heavyweight Champion.[6] He would defend his Championship over the course of 1993 in both single promotion and joint promotion events. He would lose the championship to El Canek on December 19, 1993, holding the championship for almost a year, this would also be his last match for UWA.[6]

Early Tours of Japan (1993–1994, 1996)[edit]

On October 3, 1993, Vampiro would debut for Wrestle Association R defeating Top Gun.[7] On June 1994, Vampiro would start on a two-month tour of Japan where he won almost all his matches and also took part in a tag team tournament where he teamed up with Lionheart and The Warlord and would be knocked out in the first round.[7] On his second tour of Japan, between the months September and October, Vampiro would once again win the majority of his matches.[7] He would also team up with Bob Backlund and Dos Caras to take on Hiromichi Fuyuki, Gedo and Jado for the WAR World Six-Man Tag Team Championship, which Vampiro's team lost. Vampiro would also sporadically take part in WAR events and his last match came on December 4.[7]

Vampiro would start his last tour of Japan for almost five years and this time wrestled for IWA Japan in the summer of 1996.[7]

World Championship Wrestling (1998–2000)[edit]

In 1998, after nearly spending his entire career at that point in Mexico, Vampiro was signed by WCW. His first match was on the June 29, 1998 episode of WCW Monday Nitro, defeating Brad Armstrong. He would not return to WCW until the March 18, 1999 episode of WCW Thunder, when he defeated Prince Iaukea.

Later that year, he formed a stable with the Insane Clown Posse (ICP) and Raven called 'The Dead Pool' (initially called 'The Necro-Ward'). Even though the stable was short-lived, they gained popularity and had a heated feud with Eddie Guerrero, Rey Mysterio, Jr., and rival Konnan.

Vampiro then feuded with Berlyn. This feud began when Vampiro beat Berlyn in the WCW World Title tournament on Nitro. To exact revenge later in the night, Berlyn cost Vampiro his match against Buff Bagwell and, as a result, Vampiro was eliminated from the tournament. This feud let into the Mayhem event in 1999 when the two fought in a Dog Collar match and Vampiro made Berlyn submit to the Camel Clutch.

Vampiro later brought The Misfits into WCW, and began a feud with Oklahoma and "Dr. Death" Steve Williams. Vampiro had a match with Dr. Death at Starrcade, in which the stipulation was if Vampiro won, he would get five minutes alone with Oklahoma in the ring. Williams was disqualified, and Vampiro fought Oklahoma. Surprisingly, Oklahoma was able to mount a bit of offense. The ending came when Vampiro took Oklahoma's cowboy hat and then pinned him following the Nail In The Coffin.

In early 2000, he formed an alliance with Sting, as the "Brothers in Paint," after he helped Sting to defeat Lex Luger in a lumberjack match. This did not last long, with Vampiro turning on Sting when he pulled Sting underneath the ring at Spring Stampede 2000. They feuded throughout the spring, with Sting getting the upper hand on Vampiro in nearly all their encounters. This set up the Human Torch match, in which Vampiro won by setting Sting on fire. Vampiro then focused on The Demon due to his defection from the ICP formed stable, "The Dark Carnival." He kidnapped his fiancee, Asya, in a skit resembling the 1988 film Spoorloos. Afterwards, he challenged him to a Graveyard Match, which sparked the return of Sting.

Vampiro entered into the vacant WCW United States Title tournament, with his first round opponent being The Great Muta, whom Vampiro lost to. Vampiro later joined up with Muta to attack Ernest 'The Cat' Miller. Vampiro won his first and only title in WCW with The Great Muta, by defeating KroniK in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on August 13, 2000. This reign was very short lived, however, as they lost the Tag Team Championship the very next night to Rey Mysterio Jr. and Juventud Guerrera in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada. Vampiro later turned his back on Muta, setting up an 3 Way match at Fall Brawl with himself, Sting and Muta, which was won by Sting. Vampiro then took time away from the sport as his wife had a baby.

He returned a month later, where he defeated Crowbar in a Hardcore Match. Vampiro then challenged Mike Awesome at Halloween Havoc, losing via pinfall after a top rope Awesome Bomb. He was put out with an injury and did not recover before WCW was purchased by the World Wrestling Federation. Thus, his final WCW appearance was on the November 1, 2000 episode of WCW Thunder when he teamed up with Jeff Jarrett to take on Sting and Mike Awesome, which led to a loss for Jarrett and Vampiro after Awesome performed a running powerbomb on Vampiro and pinned him.

Return to CMLL (2001–2005, 2007)[edit]

With WCW out of business Vampiro headed back to CMLL and returned to action in June, 2001.[5] In 2002, Vampiro would appear on several Pay-per-views and mostly teamed up with top CMLL name Shocker.[5] On September 13, at CMLL 69. Aniversario, Vampiro and Shocker took on Los Guerreros del Infierno for the CMLL World Tag Team Championship and lost. Vampiro's last match for CMLL for two years came on April 3, 2005, where Shocker would defeat him.[5] In 2007, Vampiro would return to CMLL for a second time where he competed for only a few months.[5]

All Japan Pro Wrestling (2001, 2006–2007)[edit]

On August 26, 2001, he would start his first tour of All Japan Pro Wrestling lasting only a month where he would participate in mostly opening card matches and very few TV tapings.[8] Vampiro would return in October, 2006 to participate in World's Strongest Tag Determination League 2001 and would team up with George Hines, the team would only win one match and draw another leaving them with three points and not enough to win progress to the semi final.[8] Vampiro would go on two more tours of AJPW one in September 2006 and the second April 2007.[8] In his last match for the promotion, Vampiro teamed up with The Great Muta to take on Taiyo Kea and Toshiaki Kawada for the World Tag Team Championship and lost.[8]

Total Nonstop Action (2003)[edit]

September 17, 2003, Vampiro made his TNA debut costing Raven a Hair vs Hair” match against Shane Douglas, on September 19, Vampiro defeated CM Punk in an “Open Challenge” match. on October 1 Vampiro teamed with Sinn and Slash facing 3Live Kru (Konnan, Ron Killings, BG James) ending in a DQ, on October 8 Vampiro appeared and attacked Raven, and tried to hang Raven but the Gathering made the save. on October 15, Vampiro and Slash defeated CM Punk & Julio Dinero. on October 29, Vampiro faced Raven in a “Blood Gallows of Retribution” match where he lost this was Vampiro's final match with TNA.

Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (2005–2013)[edit]

In 2005, he jumped from CMLL to their rival promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) with Shocker and various other CMLL talents. While at AAA, both he and Konnan held booking positions. During that time, he stated that he had no plans to return to TNA or work for WWE.[9] He stated in interviews with the UK's Power Slam Magazine that he had no objection to joining TNA - although he suspected it would not happen due to the presence of Sting on their roster. On April 3, 2005, Vampiro returned to the AAA ring in a six man tag match. Vampiro would team up with Shocker to help him deal with Abismo Negro and Cibernético after Cibernético attacked Shocker's father.[10] In his two years with AAA, Vampiro would mainly appear on TV show tapings and rarely competed at house shows.[10]

In April 2008, Vampiro made his return to AAA by challenging El Mesias to a match at TripleMania XVI. The match took place on June 13, 2008 in Mexico City, Mexico. The two fought each other in a Hardcore match which ended in a draw. Vampiro defeated Konnan at Rey de Reyes (2009) with the help of Marco Corleone. At Triplemania XVII Vampiro represented Team AAA in a match where they defeated Konnan's La Legión Extranjera to regain control over AAA and force Konnan out of the company.[11] On April 17, 2010, Vampiro turned rudo and aligned himself with El Zorro of La Legión Extranjera.[12][13] On August 15, 2010, at Verano de Escandalo Vampiro unsuccessfully challenged Dr. Wagner, Jr. for the AAA World Heavyweight Championship in a three–way match, which also included Silver King.[14] After not appearing for the promotion again for four months, Hodgkinson gave his notice and quit AAA on December 20, 2010.[15]

In January 2011, Vampiro was a guest at WrestleReunion 5 in Los Angeles, California.

Vampiro returned to AAA on December 16, 2011, at Guerra de Titanes, saving El Mesías from La Sociedad and pledging his loyalty to the promotion.[16] Vampiro then started feuding with La Sociedad member Chessman.[17] On October 7 at Héroes Inmortales, Vampiro and Joe Líder defeated Abyss and Chessman to win the AAA World Tag Team Championship.[18] On December 2 at Guerra de Titanes, Vampiro lost his hair to Chessman in a six-way steel cage Lucha de Apuestas, which also included Cibernético, Dr. Wagner, Jr., L.A. Park and El Hijo del Perro Aguayo.[19] On May 22, 2013, Vampiro and Líder were stripped of the AAA World Tag Team Championship.[20]

Nu-Wrestling Evolution (2005–2006, 2013)[edit]

On October 22, 2005 he made his debut for NWE in Italy as he defeated Low Ki in a hardcore match.[21] In 2006 he feuded with Black Pearl for the NWE World Heavyweight Championship which he eventually won in December 7. He lost the title three days later to Romeo Roselli.[22]

His last appearance for the promotion was on March 23, 2013 as he wrestled El Nazareno to a no contest.[23]

Wrestling Society X (2007)[edit]

On January 26, 2007 he was featured in a pilot for a new wrestling show produced for MTV called Wrestling Society X. He competed in a 10 man Battle Royal Death match, eventually securing one of two contracts earning him a shot at the inaugural Wrestling Society X Championship against 6-Pac (Sean Waltman). He won the WSX Championship on the February 6 episode after sending Waltman into an exploding coffin with a Tombstone piledriver, defeating 6-Pac.

Vampiro was involved in a what MTV claimed was a controversial angle which led to MTV canceling the fourth WSX show, due to air on Tuesday February 20.[24] In the (pre-taped) show, he was the recipient of a fireball to the face thrown by Ricky Banderas which resulted in Vampiro's head momentarily catching fire. The footage has since been leaked onto the internet. Later in his debut WSX match, Ricky Banderas defeated Vampiro to claim the WSX Championship.

In addition to appearing as an on-screen talent, Vampiro held a backstage position as the main booker.

Juggalo Championship Wrestling (2011–present)[edit]

On February 23, 2011, Vampiro officially came out of retirement and returned to Juggalo Championship Wrestling as both a wrestler and a company consultant.[25] He raised hopes of developing talent, taking the company international, and, more specifically, bringing it to Latin America.[25] At Monster's Island, he was placed in a rivalry with giant wrestler Kongo Kong.[26] Raven interfered in the match and attacked Vampiro, resulting in him losing by pinfall.[26] Vampiro lost his rematch with Kong at Juggalo Championship Wrestling's first internet pay-per-view Hatchet Attacks.[27] On August 14, Vampiro took on Corporal Robinson for the JCW Heavyweight Championship at Bloodymania V which Vampiro lost. Vampiro returned 12 August 2012, defeating Colt Cabana at Bloodymania 6.[28] On August 11, 2013, Vampiro made his return at Bloodymania 7 teaming with 2 Tuff Tony defeating The Boogeyman and Kongo Kong.[29]

Personal life[edit]

Hodgkinson grew up in a single parent home with his mother and two sisters.[30] Hodgkinson is divorced from Kitsu with a daughter named Dasha, whose godfather is Norman Smiley.[30] Hodgkinson is a self-proclaimed juggalo, the name used by fans of the Insane Clown Posse and their record label, Psychopathic Records.[31]

The documentary film Vampiro: Angel, Devil, Hero was produced by Odessa Filmworks and Zed Jamaica and screened in Canada on November 12, 2008.[32][33][34][35] He was involved in a relationship with Mexican singer Alejandra Guzmán and Mexican/US rock singer and Songwriter Ana Sidel co-star of the movie The Dead Sleep Easy. He has a tattoo on his left arm that reads "Mexico City", citing where he had many of his matches. He is fluent in Spanish.

During the height of his wrestling career in Mexico, Vampiro starred in an action film entitled Guerrero De La Noche, which was not unlike the El Santo films of the 1960s and 1970s. He has also made a cameo appearance on Vanilla Ice's Bi-Polar as well as being a short lived member of Psychopathic Records' supergroup Dark Lotus and recording an intro to Twiztid's "Maniac Killa".

In July, 2009 Vampiro reportedly had a break-in at his house, he got startled and then jumped 15 feet to the ground from his bedroom window, which broke his back. The Sun reports that he broke four vertebrae in his back and will need several months to heal.[36] In a letter posted on the JCW website in 2012, Vampiro admitted to having a brain tumor and stomach cancer.[37]

Television[edit]

As of 2011, Vampiro makes occasional appearances on the Mexican show Extranormal, which deals with paranormal activities in the world. He made his acting debut in La Mujer de Judas, 2012 telenovela produced by TV Azteca.[38] Vampiro also appears on Fuse's ICP Theater as a heckler to the Insane Clown Posse.

In wrestling[edit]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

  • Federacion Internacional de Lucha Libre
    • FILL Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[48]
  • Fiend Wrestling Germany
    • FWG Championship (1 time)[49]
  • Nu-Wrestling Evolution
    • NWE World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[51]

1Even though CMLL still uses the NWA initials in the title's name, the National Wrestling Alliance itself no longer recognizes or sanctions the NWA World Light Heavyweight Championship since CMLL is no longer an NWA affiliated promotion.

Luchas de Apuestas record[edit]

Wager Winner Loser Location Date Note
Hair Vampiro Bestia Negra II Xochimilco, Mexico City March 21, 1992 -
Hair Vampiro Rick Patterson Monterrey, Nuevo León June 28, 1992 Three-way match involving Sangre Chicana
Hair Vampiro Pirata Morgan Mexico City July 17, 1992 -
Hair Vampiro Aaron Grundy Monterrey, Nuevo León August 23, 1992 "Relevos Suicidas" match with Vampiro teaming with Grundy against Brazo de Plata and Sangre Chicana
Hair Vampiro Sangre Chicana Monterrey, Nuevo León December 10, 1992 -
Hair Vampiro Pirata Morgan Houston, Texas September 1, 1998 -
Hair Vampiro Rey Bucanero Mexico City December 13, 2002 -
Hair Shocker Vampiro Mexico City April 4, 2003 -
Hair Cien Caras and Máscara Año 2000 Vampiro and Pierroth, Jr. Mexico City December 17, 2004 -
Hair Chessman Vampiro Zapopan, Jalisco December 2, 2012 Six-way steel cage match, which also included Cibernético, Dr. Wagner, Jr., L.A. Park and El Hijo del Perro Aguayo[19]

Notes[edit]

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  2. ^ Former wrestler 'Vampiro' to take bite out of Mexico City crime
  3. ^ http://www.vampiromovie.com/
  4. ^ a b c d http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&page=4&promotion=78&s=100
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h i http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&view=&page=4&gimmick=&year=&promotion=78&region=&location=&arena=&showtype=&worker=&text=
  6. ^ a b c http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&view=&page=4&gimmick=&year=&promotion=68&region=&location=&arena=&showtype=&worker=&text=
  7. ^ a b c d e http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&view=&page=4&gimmick=&year=&promotion=&region=Asien&location=&arena=&showtype=&worker=&text=
  8. ^ a b c d http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&view=&page=4&gimmick=&year=&promotion=6&region=&location=&arena=&showtype=&worker=&text=
  9. ^ IPW UK: International Pro Wrestling
  10. ^ a b http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&view=&page=4&gimmick=&year=&promotion=122&region=&location=&arena=&showtype=&worker=&text=
  11. ^ Jose Miguel (2009-06-13). "Triplemania 17 (Resultados y cobertura 13 Junio 2009) - El Hijo del Santo salva a AAA - Nuevo Mega Campeón: Dr. Wagner Jr. - Xtreme Tiger nuevo Campeón Crucero AAA" (in Spanish). SuperLuchas. Retrieved 2009-10-22. 
  12. ^ Ruiz Glez, Alex (2010-04-18). "AAA en Orizaba (resultados 17 abril 2010) – Lic. Roldan atacado por el Vampiro – LA Park aplica Martinete a La Parka – Wagner venció a Sabu" (in Spanish). Superluchas. Retrieved 2010-04-19. 
  13. ^ "Vampiro y Zorro: La pareja" (in Spanish). Asistencia Asesoría y Administración. 2010-05-02. Retrieved 2010-05-03. 
  14. ^ Gutierrez, Armando (August 14, 2010). "Verano de Escandalo, explosivo" (in Spanish). Revista Luchas 2000. Retrieved December 28, 2010. 
  15. ^ Meltzer, Dave (December 29, 2010). "Dec. 29 Observer Newsletter: Biggest events and top draws, Most Popular 2010, Hans Mortier death". Wrestling Observer Newsletter (Campbell, CA): 11. ISSN 1083-9593. "Vampiro gave notice that he was quitting the promotion on 12/20. He hadn’t wrestled there in a while and he and creative were on different pages regarding going forward. There had been discussions in recent weeks but the impression I had out of them even before he quit was that they were going nowhere." 
  16. ^ Cano Vela, Eduardo (December 16, 2011). "AAA Guerra de Titanes 2011 (Cobertura y resultados 16 de diciembre de 2011) – La Park vence a Dr. Wagner y es el nuevo Campeón Latinoamericano AAA, Los luchadores del "Consejo" toman AAA / #SLGuerradeTitanes" (in Spanish). SuperLuchas Magazine. Retrieved December 16, 2011. 
  17. ^ "Chessman no teme a los Vampiros". Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (in Spanish). June 21, 2012. Retrieved July 14, 2012. 
  18. ^ a b Mexicool, Rey (October 7, 2012). "Héroes Inmortales (VI): ¡Vampiro y Joe Líder, nuevos Campeones de Parejas AAA!" (in Spanish). SuperLuchas Magazine. Retrieved October 7, 2012. 
  19. ^ a b "Guerra de Titanes, Minuto a Minuto ¡En Vivo!". Medio Tiempo (in Spanish). December 2, 2012. Retrieved December 2, 2012. 
  20. ^ "Cuarta Lucha Confirmada Para Triplemanía XXI". Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (in Spanish). May 22, 2013. Retrieved May 23, 2013. 
  21. ^ http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&page=4&year=2005&promotion=89
  22. ^ http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&page=4&year=2006&promotion=89
  23. ^ http://www.cagematch.net/?id=2&nr=759&page=4&year=2013&promotion=89M
  24. ^ http://www.wrestlemag.com/news/index.php?p=4579
  25. ^ a b Vampiro (interviewee) (2011-03-23). "Exclusive Vampiro Interview". WDFN. http://a1135.g.akamai.net/f/1135/18227/1h/cchannel.download.akamai.com/18227/podcast/DETROIT-MI/WDFN-AM/Vampiro%2003-22-11.mp3?CPROG=PCAST&MARKET=DETROIT-MI&NG_FORMAT=&SITE_ID=1128&STATION_ID=WDFN-AM&PCAST_AUTHOR=1130_AM_Detroit_Sports_Talk&PCAST_CAT=Sports&PCAST_TITLE=Weekend_%26_Specialty_Podcasts. Retrieved 2011-03-23.
  26. ^ a b "JCW Monster’s Island". Philip Kreikenbohm. Retrieved 2011-04-11. 
  27. ^ Steve Gerweck (2011-03-27). "3/26 JCW iPPV Results (Raven, Eugene, Conway)". Wrestleview.com. Retrieved 2011-04-09. 
  28. ^ http://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=70914
  29. ^ http://www.cagematch.net/?id=1&nr=99453
  30. ^ a b Mark Keast (December 12, 2004). "Vampiro comes out of the shadows". Toronto Sun. Retrieved 2007-08-11. 
  31. ^ Vampiro (July 7, 2006). "For my Juggalo brothers and sisters". MySpace. Retrieved 2009-04-07. 
  32. ^ Warren, T.S. (2008-11-06). "Body-slamming the documentary". Ottawa XPress. Retrieved 2009-02-10. 
  33. ^ Zed Filmworks: Vampiro
  34. ^ Oliver, Greg (14 February 2008). "Vampiro shoots up the screen in The Dead Sleep Easy". CANOE/Slam!. Retrieved 2008-02-29. 
  35. ^ Vampiro: A Canadian Vampire in Mexico
  36. ^ Aldren, Mike (July 17, 2009). "ExWCW star breaks his back". The Sun (London). 
  37. ^ http://www.juggalowrestling.com/?p=544
  38. ^ "Vampiro se integra a "La Mujer de Judas"" [Vampiro joins "La Mujer de Judas"]. Azteca Internet (in Spanish). Mexico. May 3, 2012. 
  39. ^ a b c d e World Championship Wrestling (1999-07-26). "Vampiro /w ICP Vs Rey Mysterio, Jr.(c)". WCW Monday Nitro.
  40. ^ a b c d e World Championship Wrestling (1999-08-14). "The Dead Pool Vs The Filthy Animals". WCW Road Wild.
  41. ^ a b c World Championship Wrestling, TNT (2000-08-07). "Dark Carnival Vs. Jung Dragons". WCW Monday Nitro.
  42. ^ a b c "Vampiro's cast bio". MTV.com. 2006. Retrieved 2008-01-13. 
  43. ^ a b c d e f g h i World Championship Wrestling (2000-04-16). "Vampiro Vs. Billy Kidman /w Torrie Wilson". WCW Spring Stampede.
  44. ^ a b c d e f g h World Championship Wrestling (1999-09-12). "The Dead Pool Vs The Filthy Animals". WCW Fall Brawl.
  45. ^ a b c d World Championship Wrestling (1999-08-09). "The Dead Pool Vs. Norman Smiley, Prince Iaukea & Lash Leroux". WCW Monday Nitro.
  46. ^ "James Mitchelle profile". Obsessed With Wrestling. 
  47. ^ WCW Backstage Assault Instruction Booklet (Nintento 64). 
  48. ^ "FILL Heavyweight Championship Title History". cagematch.net. Retrieved 2009-07-11. 
  49. ^ "FWG Championship Title History". cagematch.net. Retrieved 2009-07-11. 
  50. ^ Mejía Eguiluz, Diego (2014-01-27). "Vampiro Canadiense destronó a Cien Caras Jr.". The Gladiatores (in Spanish). Retrieved 2014-01-28. 
  51. ^ "NWE World Heavyweight Title History". cagematch.net. Retrieved 2008-07-11. 

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