He began his career as Silver King in the Universal Wrestling Association and lost his mask early to El Hijo del Santo. He formed a tag team with El Texano called "The Cowboys" and the tandem saw success with a UWA and WWA World Tag Team title reigns and an appearance on WCW's Clash of the Champions XIX in 1992 being defeated by The Fabulous Freebirds. In 1993, Texano and Silver King jumped to Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre where they continued their success by winning the vacant CMLL tag titles. In singles competition, Silver King feuded with veterans such as Scorpio and Emilio Charles, Jr. and he won the CMLL World Heavyweight title by defeating Black Magic Norman Smiley in 1994. In 1996, he and his brother Dr. Wagner, Jr. defeated Dos Caras and Último Dragón to win the vacant CMLL World Tag-Team titles but in 1997, Silver King joined WCW full time and gave up his half of the title.
Other than a Cruiserweight title challenge against Juventud Guerrera on the 1998 Fall Brawl pay-per-view, he did not receive much of a push, mostly wrestling in opening matches, even though he was a member of the short-lived Latino World Order. He began teaming with El Dandy as Los Fabulosos with Stacy Keibler managing but when Vince Russo took over booking, most of the luchadores in WCW's employ were released or given a much smaller role. After leaving WCW, he returned to CMLL and began wrestling for CMLL's Japanese affiliate, New Japan Pro Wrestling. In 2001, he adopted the "Black Tiger" character previously used by Eddie Guerrero. As Black Tiger, he wrestled several tours with New Japan and had an unsuccessful IWGP Tag Team Championship attempt with his brother against Jushin Liger and El Samurai in 2001. In 2003, New Japan used Mexican wrestlers less and less so Black Tiger wrestled mostly for CMLL, usually as Dr. Wagner, Jr.'s back-up. However, since Black Tiger was supposed to be Japanese (for the Mexican storyline - New Japan had always given the Black Tiger character to a foreigner), the relationship was not publicly recognized by CMLL even when Tiger, Wagner and Universo 2000 won the CMLL World Trios title that year.
After losing the title to Canek, Black Warrior and Rayo de Jalisco, Jr. in 2004, Dr. Wagner, Jr. turned técnico (face) when Dr. Wagner, Sr. died. This left Tiger without much to do and he wrestled mainly in IWRG, Arena Coliseo, CMLL's secondary arena, or he filled in holes in Arena Mexico cards. In 2005, Rocky Romero debuted as New Japan's new Black Tiger. González continued to use the name but CMLL decided to repackage him as "El Bronco." His debut, where he teamed with Elektro (a wrestler from AAA) and L.A. Park against the original members of Los Guerreros del Infierno, was a huge failure. The crowd did not buy Elektro or Bronco and a rematch set for next week on top of the Gran Alterntiva tournament was quickly changed with Hijo del Lizmark and Místico filling in and Bronco replacing Lizmark in the tournament. Elektro was never used again and Bronco was used occasionally in midcard roles. Despite the name change in CMLL, he continued to wrestle as "Black Tiger" in IWRG and in independent promotions. After months of delays due to injuries, he finally lost the Black Tiger mask to L.A. Park in his hometown of Torreón and began wrestling as Silver King again. He appears in Paramount Pictures' Nacho Libre as RAMSES, in which he dons a golden mask.
Silver King left CMLL to work for AAA. He returned to the ring once again donning a mask. He turned on the AAA version of La Parka and joined La Legion Extranjera. He continued his feud with La Parka throughout the year. Once La Legion Extranjera was disbanded he joined forces with his real life brother Dr. Wagner Jr. and formed a new stable called Los Wagner Maniacos.
Silver King was prohibited to wrestle in the Triplemania 17 event while wearing a mask. This was brought about by the President of the Boxing and Wrestling commission in Mexico, El Fantasma. The argument was that since Silver King had previously lost his mask in Mexico, he would not be allowed to wrestle wearing the mask. Silver King did perform in the event without his mask, donning face paint instead.
The following TripleMania, Silver King wrestled for the tag team title championship while wearing his mask. After the show, it was explained Silver King had gotten a license under the name Silver Kain, and was allowed to wrestle under a mask using that identity.
Luchas de apuestas record
|Date||Apuesta||Winner(s)||Loser(s)||Arena and/or Place|
|1987/11/13||mask||El Hijo del Santo||Silver King||Auditorio de Tijuana - Tijuana, Baja California|
|1988/02/19||hair||Kendo||Silver King||Auditorio de Tijuana - Tijuana, Baja California|
|1990/12/06||hair||Silver King||Black Power II||Pista Arena Revolución - Mexico City|
|1992/07/12||masks||Silver King & El Texano||Can-Am Express (Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat)||El Toreo - Naucalpan, Mexico State|
|1992/11/08||masks (1)||Silver King & El Texano||Los Crazy Stars I & II||El Toreo - Naucalpan, Mexico State|
|1992/12/04||hair||Silver King||Loco Zandokan||Arena Neza - Nezahualcoyotl, Mexico State|
|1994/09/30||hair||Silver King||Scorpio||Arena México - Mexico City|
|1995/02/09||hair||Silver King||Ari Romero||Pista Arena Revolución - Mexico City|
|1995/09/22||hair||Miguel Pérez Jr.||Silver King||Arena México - Mexico City|
|1996/09/27||hair||Emilio Charles Jr.||Silver King||Arena México - Mexico City|
|1997/03/21||hair||Silver King||La Fiera||Arena México - Mexico City|
|2006/02/04||mask||L.A. Park||Black Tiger III||Auditorio Municipal de Torreon|
|2007/12/19||hair (2)||L.A. Park||Silver King||Arena Lopez Mateos - Mexico, State|
|(1):Finals of a losers advance tag team tournament; (2): Cage: Hijo de Cien Caras, Canek Jr., Dos Caras Jr., L.A. Park, Dr. Wagner Jr., Silver King, Villano V & Mano Negra|