Penta el Zero Miedo

Apr 23, 2018 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real name:
Height: 5’11″
Weight: 207 lbs.
Date of birth: February 26, 1985
Born: Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico
Pro debut: 2007
Trained by: Gran Apache & Skayde
Finishing move: The Fear Factor

Biography

– Pentagón debuted for AAA in 2010, working as ‘Zairus’ and ‘Dark Dragon’
– In early 2012, Dark Dragon joined the ‘La Sociedad’ stable
– On September 22, 2012, Dark Dragon & Fenix defeated Freelance & Skayde, Astro de Oro & Astro de Plata and Legion X (Arez & Kronoz) in an Elimination Match to win the XMW Tag Team Titles
– At Guerra de Titanes 2012, Dark Dragon became Pentagón Jr
– On March 3, 2014, Pentagón defeated Arez in a Mask vs. Hair Match to win the Strong Style Title
– On April 19, Pentagón & Sexy Star defeated Faby Apache & Drago and Mary Apache & Cuervo to win the AAA Mixed Tag Team Titles
– In August 2014, Pentagón was announced as one of five AAA wrestlers to star in Lucha Underground, a new American television series on El Rey. The series began filming in September
– At Guerra de Titanes ’14, Pentagón & Joe Lider defeated Angelico & Jack Evans and Fenix & Myzteziz to win the AAA Tag Team Titles
– On May 8, 2015, Pentagón defeated Angel Metalico, Drago & Zarco to win the Crash Cruiserweight Title
– On August 28, 2015, Pentagón Jr. made his debut for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) by entering the 2015 Battle of Los Angeles tournament, defeating Drago in his first round match.
– At the end of Lucha Underground’s second season, Pentagón debuted his new ‘Pentagón Dark’ character. He would continue as Pentagón Jr in AAA
– On February 19, 2016, Pentagón defeated Taya Valkyrie & Daga in a Handicap Match to retain the AAA Mixed Tag Team Titles for himself and Sexy Star
– On March 12, Pentagón defeated Drago, Fenix & Tigre del Ring to win the PDM Light Heavyweight Title
– On March 23, Pentagón defeated La Parka & Villano IV in the final of the AAA Rey de Reyes Tournament
– In June 2016, Pentagón was part of Team Mexico AAA as they won the Lucha Libre World Cup
– At Ultima Lucha Tres, Pentagón defeated Son of Havoc in a Ladder Match to win the Gift of the Gods Title, before defeating Prince Puma in a Career vs. Career Match to win the Lucha Underground Title
– On July 3, 2016, Pentagón Jr. defeated Psycho Clown to win the AAA Latin American Championship.
– On July 23, 2016, Pentagón Jr. defeated Sami Callihan to win AAW’s Heavyweight Championship.
– On August 20, Pentagón defeated Willie Mack & Brian Cage to win the PCW Heavyweight Title
– On September 1, Pentagón defeated Tommaso Ciampa to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– On October 7, Pentagón defeated Sami Callihan in a Mexican Deathmatch to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– On December 11, Pentagón defeated Mr 450 to win the Wrestling Superstar World Submission Lucha Title
– Pentagón walked away from AAA in January 2017, citing that he felt AAA was holding him back. Due to trademark issues, he adopted the ring name ‘Penta El 0M’
– On March 17, 2017, Penta defeated ACH to win the AAW Heritage Title
– The next day, Penta & Rey Fenix defeated The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson) and Matt Sydal & Ricochet to win the PWG Tag Team Titles
– On April 8, Penta defeated AR Fox to retain the AAW Heritage Title
– At House of Hardcore XXV, Penta defeated Sami Callihan
– On April 30, Penta defeated Rey Fenix & El Ligero to qualify for the WCPW Pro Wrestling World Cup
– On May 6, Penta defeated Keith Lee to retain the AAW Heritage Title
– On May 19, Penta & Rey Fenix defeated The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson) to retain the PWG Tag Team Titles
– On June 16, Penta & Rey Fenix defeated Flamita & Laredo Kid and Jack Evans & Rey Horus to retain the PWG Tag Team Titles
– The next day, Penta defeated Trevor Lee to retain the AAW Heritage Title
– On July 29, Penta defeated Cage to retain the Wrestling Superstar World Submission Lucha Title
– On September 17, Penta & Rey Fenix defeated Ricky Glamour & Jaguar to win the WAR Tag Team Titles
– On December 1, Penta defeated John Hennigan to win the PCW Heavyweight Title
– On March 16, 2018, Penta defeated Rob Van Dam to retain the PCW Heavyweight Title
– At Impact’s Redemption PPV on April 22, 2018, Pentagón Jr. defeated Austin Aries and Fénix to capture the Impact Wrestling World Title
– The next day, Pentagón Jr. defeated Eli Drake to retain the Impact World Title
– On May 4, Penta defeated Homicide to retain the PCW ULTRA Heavyweight Title
– The next day, Pentagón Jr. defeated Jimmy Jacobs in a Street Fight to retain the Impact World Title
– At One Night Only: Zero Fear, Pentagón Jr. defeated Eli Drake & Moose in a 3-Way Match
– On June 7, The Lucha Brothers (Pentagón Jr. & Rey Fenix) defeated Team TBD (Jason Cade & Jimmy Yuta) and The Dirty Blondes (Leo Brien & Mike Patrick) to win the vacant MLW Tag Team Titles
– The next day, Penta defeated Sami Callihan in a Cage Match to retain the PCW ULTRA Heavyweight Title
– On July 12, The Lucha Brothers defeated ACH & Rich Swann to retain the MLW Tag Team Titles
– A week later, The Lucha Brothers defeated Rey Horus & Drago to retain the MLW Tag Team Titles
– At Slammiversary XVI, Pentagón Jr. defeated Sami Callihan in a Mask vs. Hair Match
– On August 2, Pentagón Jr. returned to AAA, teaming with LA Park to defeated Psycho Clown & Pagano
– On August 22, Pentagon Dark defeated Cage in a Last Man Standing Match to retain the Lucha Underground Title
– On September 5, Pentagon Dark defeated Hernandez to retain the Lucha Underground Title
– Two days later, Penta defeated Hammerstone to retain the PCW ULTRA Heavyweight Title
– On September 19, Pentagon Dark defeated King Cuerno & Mil Muertes to retain the Lucha Underground Title
– On September 22, Penta defeated Mil Muertes to retain the Wrestling Superstar World Submission Lucha Title
– On October 26, Penta defeated PJ Black to retain the PCW ULTRA Heavyweight Title
– On November 3, The Lucha Brothers (Pentagon & Fenix) defeated La Sangre Dinamita (El Cuatrero & Sanson) and Reno SCUM (Adam Thornstowe & Luster The Legend) in an Elimination Match to win the vacant Crash Tag Team Titles
– At Ultima Lucha Cuatro, Pentagon Dark defeated Marty Martinez to win the Lucha Underground Title, but immediately lost it to Jake Strong
– On November 8, The Lucha Brothers defeated LA Park & El Hijo de LA Park to retain the MLW Tag Team Titles
– On January 12, 2019, The Lucha Brothers defeated The LAX (Ortiz & Santana) to win the Impact Tag Team Titles
– On February 8, The Lucha Brothers defeated FireFox (AR Fox & Myron Reed) to win the AAW Tag Team Titles
– A week later, The Lucha Brothers defeated The LAX (Ortiz & Santana) to retain the Impact Tag Team Titles
– At Rey de Reyes ’19, The Lucha Brothers defeated Los Mercenarios (El Texano Jr & Rey Escorpion) to win the AAA Tag Team Titles, but immediately lost them to The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson)
– On March 22, The Lucha Brothers defeated Eddie Edwards & Eli Drake to retain the Impact Tag Team Titles
– At Impact’s United We Stand event, The Lucha Brothers defeated Rob Van Dam & Sabu
– On April 21, The Lucha Brothers defeated Schadenfreude (Chris Brookes & Kyle Fischer) to win the FCP Dream Tag Team Invitational
– On May 4, The Lucha Brothers defeated MexaBlood (Bandido & Flamita) to retain the Crash Tag Team Titles
– At Verano de Escandalo ’19, The Lucha Brothers defeated The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson) to win the AAA Tag Team Titles
– At Fight For The Fallen, The Lucha Brothers defeated So Cal Uncensored (Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky)
– At TripleMania XXVII, The Lucha Brothers & Laredo Kid defeated The Elite (Kenny Omega, Nick Jackson & Matt Jackson)
– At AEW All Out, The Lucha Brothers defeated The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson) in a Ladder Match to retain the AAA Tag Team Titles
– On September 8, 2019, The Lucha Brothers defeated Jack Evans & Pagano to retain the HOG Tag Team Titles
– A week later, The Lucha Brothers defeated The LAX (Santana & Ortiz) to retain the AAA Tag Team Titles
– On October 25, The Lucha Brothers defeated Puma King & El Hijo del Vikingo to retain the AAA Tag Team Titles
– On December 7, The Lucha Brothers defeated The Private Party (Isaiah Kassidy & Marc Quen) to retain the AAA Tag Team Titles
– A week later, The Lucha Brothers defeated Australian Suicide & Rey Horus and Los Jinetes del Aire (El Hijo del Vikingo & Myzteziz Jr) to retain the AAA Tag Team Titles
– In March 2020, The Lucha Brothers aligned with PAC to form the Death Triangle stable

Leave a Reply