He was an avid wrestling fan, he used to go to local shows at the Arena Pueblo Nuevo admiring all the wrestlers who presented there. His first approach to practice this sport was when he met Bobby Martinez when he saw training a group. He did not miss any day of training at Arena Coliseo Mexicali. He had no intention to become professional, he only wanted to train as a sport or for self-defense. However, he liked and involved more and more until he decided to do it professionally inspired by Príncipe Negro and Caudillo I.
After three years of training, he made his debut in a tag team match in which he teamed up with Inmortal against Cholo Garcia & Corsario Negro. Angel Diablo & Inmortal won the match in Arena Independencia. From there he had presentations in Valle de Mexicali, Ciudad Morelos, San Luis Río Colorado among others.
His ringname and gimmick was inspired in the good and evil. Began as a rudo, his tag team partner was Fray Diablo they were known as "Los Hermanos Diablo" and they had feuds with Flamante Turbo, Thunder Boy, and Angel Mensajero. He was a rudo from his debut for six years until a day he had a tag team with Pequeño Traidor against Hormiga Atómica & Despiadado. At the end of the match Hormiga was beated by several rudos and he decided to help him making a tecnico turn.
During in ring career he defended successfully his mask in over 22 cage matches.
Angel Diablo retired on June 13, 2009 in Arena Nacionalista. On October 25, 2015, there was the annual Jaula de la Muerte in Arena Nacionalista. The eight participants would represent their respective promotions. One of the participants cancelled few days before the event. Angel Diablo, came out of his retirement and took that place to wager his mask. He retained his mask successfully. On October 7, 2016 he made another comeback in Arena Nacionalista's Jaula de la Muerte saving his mask for the 22th time.
Trainer of new talent in Mexicali at Arena Nacionalista.
Accomplishments and Awards
Honorable Comisión de Box y Lucha de Mexicali
- Rookie of the Year 1990
- Opener (Preliminarista) of the Year 1995
- Best Upper Mid-Card (Semifinalista) of the years: 1998, 1999, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2005.
- Arena Coliseo Cup 1993
|01/27/93||Arena Coliseo Mexicali||Angel Diablo beat Veneno Negro to win the Arena Coliseo Cup 1993|
Luchas de Apuestas Record
|Date||Apuesta||Winner(s)||Loser(s)||Arena and/or Place|
|1998||Hair||Angel Diablo||Super Sol||Arena Nacionalista - Mexicali, Baja California|
|??/??/??||Mask||Angel Diablo||Sangre Latina||Arena Nacionalista - Mexicali, Baja California|