Angel Medina (wrestler)
Angel Medina in March 2013
|Birth name||Angel Medina|
February 28, 1970 |
Jamaica, Queens, New York City, New York, USA
|Residence||Wichita, Kansas, USA|
|Professional wrestling career|
NY Rican Baldie
|Billed height||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Billed weight||250 lb (110 kg)|
|Billed from||"Fordham Road in The Bronx"|
|Trained by||Johnny Rodz|
Angel Medina (born February 28, 1970) is an American professional wrestler, better known by the ring name Angel. He is best known for his appearances with Extreme Championship Wrestling between 1999 and 2001 as a member of Da Baldies.
Professional wrestling career
In 1999, Angel worked with the now defunct LIWF on the JYD memorial show along with Kid USA, Big Vito LaGrasso and Lucifer Billy Alaimo. In the same year he joined Extreme Championship Wrestling. Wrestling under the ring name Angel, Angel formed a stable known as "Da Baldies" (apparently based on a real NY skinhead gang) with Vito LoGrasso, Tony DeVito, Vic Grimes and Redd Dogg. The Baldies feuded with New Jack throughout late 1999 and early 2000 over who was the "King of the Streets". This feud saw Angel defeat New Jack at the Guilty As Charged 2000 pay per view, proclaiming himself the King of the Streets, until he and New Jack faced off again in late 2000, with Jack winning, and 'reclaiming' the title. Throughout the summer of 2000, Medina and DeVito feuded with Chris Chetti and Nova, and also had a blood feud with Balls Mahoney and Chilly Willy.
After ECW declared bankruptcy in April 2001, Angel began wrestling for the Puerto Rican International Wrestling Association as "NY Rican Baldie" or "The New Yorican Baldie". Between July and September 2001, he won the IWA Hardcore Championship on seven occasions, trading the title with wrestlers such as Glamour Boy Shane and fellow ECW alumni Super Crazy and Tommy Dreamer.
- Finishing moves
- Fallen Angel (TKO)
- Signature Moves
- "King of the Streets"
- Entrance music
Championships and accomplishments
- International Wrestling Association
- Hardcore Roadtrip
- HIRT Heavyweight Championship (1 time)