List of Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre personnel

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This is the Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) roster, a list of professional wrestlers who work for the Mexican professional wrestling promotion CMLL. The alias (ring name) of the worker listed while the real name is not listed, most luchadores (wrestlers) keep their real name private, and as such, most are not a matter of public record. If a wrestler is inactive for any reason (due to injury, suspension, not wrestling for 30 days or other), that information is noted in the notes section. Other wrestlers have made guest appearances, especially North American wrestlers who have made special guest appearances, but unless they work a series of shows for CMLL, they will not be listed as part of the general roster.

Male wrestlers[edit]

Ring name Real name Notes
Akuma Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Ángel de Oro Miguel Ángel Chávez Velasco  
Apocalipsis Juan Contreras Uribe[1]  
Arkalis Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Astral Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Atlantis Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Atlantis Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Audaz Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Bárbaro Cavernario Leonardo Moreno Ayala [2]
Bengala Undisclosed[Note 1]  
La Bestia del Ring Arturo Muñoz  
Blue Panther Genaro Vazquez Nevarez[3]  
Blue Panther Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1] [4]
Camorra Roberto Ruiz González  
Cancerbero Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Canelo Casas Unverified  
Carístico Luis Urive Alvirde NWA World Historic Middleweight Champion
Elite Middleweight Champion
Negro Casas José Casas Ruiz  
The Chrizh Jesús Cristóbal Martínez Rodriguez
Cholo Carlos Soriano Mendoza[5]  
Ciber the Main Man Octavio López Arreola [6]
El Coyote Undisclosed[Note 1]  
El Cuatrero Undisclosed[Note 1] CMLL World Middleweight Champion
Mexican National Trios Champion
Occidente Trios Champion
Diamante Azul Undisclosed[Note 1]
Difunto Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Disturbio Israel Aguilar Alvarez  
Dragon Lee Undisclosed[Note 1] CMLL World Lightweight Champion
Dragón Rojo Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Drone Undisclosed[Note 1] [7]
Eléctrico Undisclosed[Note 1] Mexican National Lightweight Champion[8]
Ephesto Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Esfinge Undisclosed[Note 1] CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Champion
Occidente Light Heavyweight Champion
Espanto Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Euforia Undisclosed[Note 1] CMLL World Trios Champion
El Felino Jorge Casas Ruiz  
Espiritu Negro Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Flyer Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Forastero Undisclosed[Note 1] Mexican National Trios Champion
Occidente Trios Champion
Fuego Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Grako Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Gran Guerrero Undisclosed[Note 1] CMLL World Trios Champion
Guerrero Maya Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1] [9]
Halcón Suriano Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1] Worked in the Mini division from 2008 to 2018 under the name Stukita.
Hechicero Undisclosed[Note 1]
El Hijo de L.A. Park Undisclosed[Note 1] Freelancer[10]
El Hijo del Signo Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Inquisidor Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Kraneo Undisclosed[Note 1] [11]
Kawato-San Hirai Kawato On Excursion from New Japan Pro Wrestling
Leono Unverified  
Luciferno Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Magia Blanca Undisclosed[Note 1] [12]
Magnus Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Maquiavelo Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Matt Taven Matthew Marinelli Signed to Ring of Honor
Mephisto Undisclosed[Note 1] CMLL World Welterweight Championship
Metálico Salvador Munguia[13]  
Michael Elgin Aaron Frobel Signed to New Japan Pro Wrestling
Misterioso Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1]
Místico Undisclosed[Note 1]
Mr. Niebla Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Niebla Roja Sergio Raymundo Chávez Velasco CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship
Nitro Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Okumura Shigeo Okumura  
Olímpico Joel Galicia[14]  
Oro Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1]  
The Panther Undisclosed[Note 1] [9][4]
L.A. Park Adolfo Tapia Freelancer[15]
Pegasso Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Penta El 0M Undisclosed Freelancer
Pólvora Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Principe Diamante Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Príncipe Odín Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Raziel Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Retro Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Rey Bucanero Arturo García Ortiz FULL World Champion
Rey Cometa Mario González[16]  
Rey Fénix Undisclosed[Note 1] Freelancer[17]
Robin Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Rush William Muñoz González[18] CMLL World Tag Team Champion
Sagrado Undisclosed[Note 1]
Sam Adonis Samuel Polinsky  
Sangre Azteca Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Sangre Imperial Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Sansón Undisclosed[Note 1] Mexican National Trios Champion
Occidente Trios Champion
Sensei Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Sharlie Rockstar Jesús Luna Pozos
Shocker José Jair Soria  
Skándalo Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Soberano Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1] Mexican National Welterweight Champion
Sonic Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Star Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Starman Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Stigma Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Stuka Jr. Undisclosed[Note 1] NWA World Historic Light Heavyweight Champion
Templario Undisclosed[Note 1]  
El Terrible Damián Gutiérrez Hernández CMLL World Tag Team Champion
Tiger Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Titán Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Tritón Undisclosed[Note 1] CMLL Arena Coliseo Tag Team Champion
Último Guerrero José Gutiérrez Hernández[19] CMLL World Trios Champion
CMLL booking staff
Valiente Undisclosed[Note 1]
Vangelis Unverified  
Virus Ricardo Amezquita Carreño  
Volador Jr. Ramón Ibarra Rivera[20] NWA World Historic Welterweight Championship
Yago Undisclosed[Note 1]  

Female wrestlers[edit]

Princesa Blanca (in black) and Marcela (in blue).
Ring name Real name Notes
La Amapola Guadalupe Olvera  
La Comandante Norma Martinez  
Dalys la Caribeña Unverified CMLL World Women's Champion 
Estrellita Bibiana Barradas  
La Jarochita Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Lluvia Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Marcela María Santamaría Gómez
Metalica Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Princesa Sugehit Ernestina Sugehit Salazar Martínez Mexican National Women's Champion
Sanely Undisclosed[Note 1]  
La Seductora Irene Lagunas[21]  
Silueta Joana Jiménez Hernández Signed to a joint contract with Reina Joshi Puroresu
Skadi Unverified  
Tiffany Xóchitl Sánchez  
La Vaquerita Undisclosed[Note 1]  


Mini-Estrella Pierrothito lifting Tzuki.
Mercurio (center)
Shockercito (center)
Ring name Real name Notes
Acero Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Aéreo Víctor Barragán Hernández  
Angelito Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Fantasy Undisclosed[Note 1]  
KeMonito Undisclosed[Note 1] Not an active competitor, only a Mascota/Manager
Mercurio Abraham Arrieta González  
Pequeño Nitro Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Pequeño Olímpico Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Pequeño Universo 2000 Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Pequeño Violencia Unverified  
Pierrothito Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Shockercito Javier Cortes Sánchez CMLL World Mini-Estrella Champion
Último Dragoncito Undisclosed[Note 1]  


Ring name Real name Notes
Angel Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Atomo Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Chamuel Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Gallito Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Guapito Armando Mercado Garcia  
Microman Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Mije Undisclosed[Note 1]  
Perico Zakarías Undisclosed[Note 1]  


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