Juventud Guerrera

Nov 14, 2009 - by Steve Gerweck


Real name: Eduardo Aníbal González Hernández
Height: 5’8″
Weight: 176 lbs.
Date of birth: November 23, 1974
Born: Mexico City, Mexico
Resides: San Diego, CA
Pro debut: March 13, 1992
Trained by: Fuerza Guerrera, Pepe Casas,
& Cacique Mara
Finishing move: 911 Juvi-Driver


– On October 15, 1993, Guerrera defeated Rey Misterio Jr. for the WWA (World Wrestling Association) World Lightweight title in Monterrey, Mexico.
– At AAA’s TripleMania II – A on August 26, 1994, Misterioso, Guerrera, and his father beat the Latin Lover, Volador, and El Mexicano.
– On December 2, 1994, Juvi and Fuerza defeated Heavy Metal and the Latin Lover for the CMLL (Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre) National Tag Team title in Mexico City.
– On March 2, 1995, The Guerrera’s beat Rey Misterio Sr. and Misterio Jr. for the WWA World Tag Team title. The father/son combo never lost the title; it was declared vacant six months later when Fuerza left the promotion.
– Guerrera, Fuerza, and Psicosis captured the WWA World Trios title on April 30, 1995 from El Hijo del Santo, Octagon, and Misterio Jr.
– On June 18, 1995, Guerrera pinned El Hijo de Perro Aguayo in an “Olympic rules” match at TripleMania III – B.
– The Guerrera’s reclaimed the CMLL National Tag Team title on September 18, 1995.
– On April 28, 1996, Guerrera pinned Rey Misterio Jr. for the WWA World Welterweight title in Queretearo.
– Jerry Estrada and Guerrera beat Pantera and Super Calo in a best of three falls match at TripleMania IV-A on May 18, 1996 in Chicago, IL.
– Guerrera made his WCW debut on August 26, 1996. Prior to signing with WCW, Guerrera competed briefly in ECW.
– Juventud defeated Salsero in December 1996 in a mask versus mask match for the Promo Azteca promotion.
– Guerrera pinned the Ultimo Dragon for the WCW Cruiserweight title on January 8, 1998, in Daytona Beach, FL.
– Guerrera, Super Calo, Lizmark Jr. and Chavo Guerrero Jr. defeated Silver King, El Dandy, Psicosis and La Parka at the Souled Out ’98.
– At SuperBrawl VIII, Guerrera was forced to unmask following a loss to then WCW Cruiserweight champion Chris Jericho.
– Guerrera defeated Konnan at Uncensored IV in Mobile, AL.
– Guerrera defeated Billy Kidman at the 1998 Bash at the Beach.
– At Road Wild ’98, Juvi pinned Jericho for his second WCW Cruiserweight title in Sturgis, SD.
– Guerrera pinned Silver King at the 1998 Fall Brawl.
– On November 16, 1998, Guerrera defeated Billy Kidman for the WCW Cruiserweight title in Wichita, KS.
– At Spring Stampede ’99 in Tacoma, WA, Juvi pinned Blitzkrieg in what many critics sited as the match of the year.
– On the May 8, 2000 episode of “Nitro,” Guerrera joined the newly reformed Filthy Animals group with Konnan, Kidman, and Misterio Jr.
– On the August 14, 2000 edition of “Nitro,” Guerrera and Mysterio Jr. defeated The Great Muta and Vampiro for the WCW World Tag Team title.
– Guerrera and Mysterio Jr. successfully defended the WCW World Tag Team title against Kronic on the September 11, 2000 edition of “Nitro.”
– The following week, the Disco Inferno (now a member of the Filthy Animals) challenged The Cat to a match. As a result of a pre-match stipulation, Juvi and Mysterio were stripped of the WCW World Tag Team title.
– On the September 20, 2000 episode of “Thunder,” Guerrero defeated Mysterio to become the number one contender for the WCW Cruiserweight title.
– Guerrera was fined $3,500 Australian ($1,873 U.S.) by a magistrate due to his drug-fueled rampage at the Marriott Hotel in Australia on October 7, 2000. During the struggle to control Guerrera, he broke a female police officer’s rib and was apparently shouting “I’ll kill you!” towards several WCW officials during the struggle.
– Days later, WCW released Guerrera.
– Guerrera worked the June 2001 Pro Wrestling NOAH tour.
– In October 2001, Guerrera embarked on a tour of Australia with such superstars as Jeff Jarrett, Jerry Lawler, and Bret Hart.
– At the October 26, 2001 World Wrestling All-Stars PPV taped in Sydney, Australia, Guerrera defeated Psicosis in a ladder match.
– At the November 14, 2001 XWF television taping in Orlando, FL, Guerrera defeated Kid Kash for the XWF Cruiserweight title.
– On July 14, 2002, Guerrera, Black Tiger and Averno defeated Felino, El Hombre Sin Nombre and El Hijo del Anibal in Mexico City at a EMLL PPV.
– Guerrera defeated Jody Fleisch on a FWA show in Broxbourne, England.
– On March 19, 2003, Guerrera and Konnan defeated Jerry Lynn and Jason Cross on a NWA TNA PPV.
– Guerrera, Hector Garza, Mr. Aguila and Abismo Negro defeated Eric Young, Sharkboy, Chad Collyer and Stryker on the January 28, 2004 NWA TNA PPV.
– On November 25, 2004, Guerrera defeated Alex Montalvo to capture the WWC Junior Heavyweight title in Caguas, Puerto Rico.
– In the spring of 2005, Guerrera signed with WWE. He made his WWE television debut in June.
– Super Crazy, Juventud (Guerrera) and Psicosis debuted on the June 23, 2005 episode of “Smackdown” as the Mexicools.
– The Mexicools defeated the bWo in a six man tag team match at the 2005 Great American Bash.
– At No Mercy ’05 in Houston, TX, Juventud defeated Nunzio to win the WWE Cruiserweight title.
– A week after dropping the Cruiserweight title to Nunzio, Juventud regained the title at the November 22, 2005 Smackdown taping in Sheffield, England.
– On January 6, 2006, WWE released Juventud.
– At the 15th TripleMania in Naucalpan, Guerrera defeated his father Fuerza Guerrero in a “streetfight” match.
– In August 2008, Juventud held a press conference to announce his departure from AAA to compete on the Mexican independent circuit.
– On March 15, 2009, Guerrera made a surprise return to AAA at the annual Rey de Reyes event. Juventud helped Charly Manson and D-Generation-Mex win their match and joined D-Generation-Mex.
– On May 20, 2011, he made a surprise appearance at Xtreme Italian Wrestling in a match against Thunder Storm and win the XIW Italian Championship.

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