LLA Azteca Championship

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LLA Azteca Championship
Campeonato Azteca de LLA
Volador-Jr.jpg
Volador Jr., the 5th LLA Azteca Champion.
Details
Promotion Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre
Lucha Libre Azteca
Date established December 19, 2009
Date retired May 2, 2013

The LLA Azteca Championship (Campeonato Azteca de LLA in Spanish) was a professional wrestling championship promoted by Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and Lucha Libre Azteca (LLA) between 2009 and 2013. This championship had no weight limit nor any other limits on who could become champion. It was sponsored by TV Azteca Noreste, that televised all championship matches and covered professional wrestling in Monterrey, Nuevo León on a weekly basis. All championship matches except for the tournament to determine the first champion was held under "Three way" rules, with three wrestlers in the ring at the same time. No champion was able to successfully defend the championship as it changed hands each time CMLL promoted a title match at Gimnasio Nuevo León. As a professional wrestling championship, it was not won through athletic competition; it was instead won and lost via a scripted ending to a match. The championship was vacated on May 2, 2013 after a match between then champion Místico and challengers La Sombra and Volador, Jr. ended in a time limit draw.[1] The title was announced as held up and CMLL has not used the championship since.

The championship was created in late 2009 as CMLL announced a one-night tournament to determine the first Azteca champion. The tournament took place on December 19 and started out with two six-man tag team matches to reduce the field from 12 to 6. Héctor Garza, Místico and Shocker defeated La Peste Negra (Negro Casas, El Felino and Mr. Niebla) while Los Guerreros de la Atlantida (Atlantis, Rey Bucanero and Último Guerrero) defeated Los Hijos del Averno (Averno, Ephesto and Mephisto) to advance to the semi-finals. The semi-final match was a torneo cibernetico elimination match that saw Atlantis and Último Guerrero as the final two survivors. In the end Último Guerrero pinned his tag team partner Averno to become the first LLA Azteca Champion.[2]

The longest reigning champion was Último Guerrero who held the title for 234 days from December 19, 2009 to August 10, 2010. The youngest champion was Místico II, who was born in 1991 and won the title in September 2012 making him 19 or 20 years old at the time. The shortest reigning champion was Héctor Garza who held the title for 124 days from August 10, 2010 to December 12, 2010. Último Guerrero holds the record for most reigns, with two. The oldest champion was Atlantis who won at the age of 48 years and 75 days. The last champions was Místico II, who defeated Atlantis and Último Guerrero for the championship on September 30, 2012, in Monterrey, Nuevo León.[3]

Title history[edit]

# Order in reign history
Reign The reign number for the specific set of wrestlers listed
Location The city in which the title was won
Event The event in which the title was won
Used for vacated reigns so as not to count it as an official reign
+ Indicates the current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Reign Date Days held Location Event Notes Ref.
1 Último Guerrero 1 December 19, 2009 234 Monterrey, Nuevo León Live Event Último Guerrero defeated Atlantis in the finals of an 8-man tournament to become the inaugural champion. [2]
2 Garza, HéctorHéctor Garza 1 August 10, 2010 124 Monterrey, Nuevo León Supremacía Azteca Héctor Garza defeated Místico and Último Guerrero in a three-way match to win the championship. [4]
3 Atlantis 1 December 12, 2010 133 Monterrey, Nuevo León El Reto Final Atlantis defeated Blue Panther and champion Héctor Garza in a three-way match to win the championship. [5]
4 La Sombra 1 April 24, 2011 154 Monterrey, Nuevo León Live Event La Sombra defeated champion Atlantis and Volador Jr. in a three-way match to win the championship. [6]
5 Volador, Jr. 1 September 25, 2011 210 Monterrey, Nuevo León Live Event Volador Jr. defeated La Mascara and champion La Sombra in a three-way match to win the championship. [7]
6 Último Guerrero 2 April 22, 2012 161 Monterrey, Nuevo León Live Event Último Guerrero defeated Máscara Dorada and champion Volador Jr. in a three-way match to win the championship. [8]
7 Místico 1 September 30, 2012 224 Monterrey, Nuevo León Live Event Místico II defeated Atlantis and champion Último Guerrero in a three-way match to win the championship. [3]
Vacated and inactive May 12, 2013 Monterrey, Nuevo León Live Event Vacated after a 30-minute time limit draw between champion Místico, La Sombra and Volador, Jr.. [1]

List of combined reigns[edit]

Último Guerrero, longest reign of any champion.
Rank Wrestler No. of reigns Combined days
1 Último Guerrero 2 395
2 Místico 1 224
3 Volador Jr. 1 210
4 La Sombra 1 154
5 Atlantis 1 133
6 Garza, HéctorHéctor Garza 1 124

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Místico was born in 1991, but the specific date has not been revealed making him 21 or 22 years old when he won the championship.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Alvarado, Alfredo (May 13, 2015). "Resultados Lucha Libre Azteca – Gimnasio Nuevo León – Domingo 12 Mayo 2013" (in Spanish). Luchamania Monterrey. Retrieved June 26, 2015. 
  2. ^ a b "Resultados Arena Monterrey "Primer Campeón Azteca" 19/Dic/2009". ESTRELLAS DEL RING. December 20, 2009. 
  3. ^ a b Mexicool, Rey (October 3, 2012). "¡Místico (II), nuevo Campeón Azteca!" (in Spanish). SuperLuchas Magazine. Retrieved October 3, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Héctor Garza, nuevo Campeón Azteca". MedioTiempo (in Spanish). MSN. August 8, 2010. Retrieved June 26, 2015. 
  5. ^ "Resultados Lucha Libre Azteca ATLANTIS NUEVO CAMPEON AZTECA (MTY) 12/DIC/2010". ESTRELLAS DEL RING. December 13, 2010. 
  6. ^ "¡SOMBRA, YA ES REY AZTECA EN MTY!". Revista Luchas 2000. April 25, 2011. 
  7. ^ "Resultados Lucha Libre Azteca - Gym Nuevo León - Domingo 25 Sept. 2011". LuchaManía. September 25, 2011. 
  8. ^ "Resultados Lucha Libre Azteca – Gym Nuevo Leon – Domingo 22 Abril 2012". LuchaManía. April 24, 2012. 

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