Genghis Khan El Conquistador Mongol

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Genghis Khan el Conquistador Mongol
Genghis Khan el Conquistador Mongol
Name Genghis Khan el Conquistador Mongol
Real name Juan Levy Rodriguez
Name history Arkur El Mongol (Colosos de la Lucha, 1968/Lucha Fuerte 1975); El Samurai (Titanes en el Ring, 1977); Genghis Khan el Conquistador Mongol (Titanes en el Ring 1978-1983, 1997/Lucha Fuerte, 1988-1989/Super Catch Argentina 1990/ Super Catch Paraguay, 1991-1992), El Diábolo II (Titanes en el Ring 1982); Ciclope Polifemo (Titanes en el Ring, 1983), Gíbor El Rey del Mal (Lucha Fuerte 1988-89), Gíbor el Diábolo (Super Catch Paraguay 1991-92), Flung-Hi El Samurai (Rambo y sus Titanes 1991-92), Shensha el Tanque de Guerra (Lucha Mundial 1995), Karnak Chain El Monje Negro (100% Lucha, 2006)
Maestro(s) Tobias Giordano
Birth date, location August 13, 1940 - Valle Grande, Bolivia
Obituary date October 6, 2009
Debut, location 1968 - Colosos de la Lucha at Channel 2, Argentina
Lost mask to
Height 178 cm/5' 10"
Weight 102 kg/225 lbs
Signature moves


During 1950s he was practicing boxing his trainer was the South American Champion, Luis Federico Thompson in the Club Deportivo Moron. In 1960s he met the legendary wrestler Chief Zulu by him he also met Tobias Giordano a prominent wrestling trainer who introduced him to the World of the catch. Giordano himself proposed to him the ring name of El Mongol for Colosos de la Lucha in 1968.

In 1977 by recomendation of Rubén Peucelle he went to Titanes en el Ring as El Samurai. A character strongly based on the character of Toshiro Mifune in the film Seven Samurai. His first match in Titanes en el Ring was against Martin Karadagian.

Among his different names and gimmicks his most recognized character was Genghis Khan. As Genghis Khan he is one of the most well known and legendary wrestlers in Argentina. Before taking the character and being assigned he did his own reseach about the character. Moreover he even learned phrases in the Mongolian language and he did not speak Spanish with the crowd. He was a Master of characterization. In Lucha Fuerte, he alternated his Genghis Khan character with the masked Gíbor El Rey del Mal. With the mask and moveset it was almost imposible to correlate both characters as the same person.

During his run at 100% Lucha as Karnak Chain demonstrated his years of wrestling experience. He was also trained new generations of wrestlers along with other veteran wrestlers from Titanes en el Ring. His fame extended to Bolivia, Paraguay and Brazil as well.

He passed away on October 6, 2009 of cancer. His legacy continues in the future generations he trained and the fans who remember him and his warcry:

"¡Hosba hosba Genghis Khan!"


  1. Titanes en el Ring Contaataca (1984) as Genghis Khan, Ciclope Polifemo and Akur el Mongol
  2. Alma Mía (1999)

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
1975 hair Caballero del Ring Akur el Mongol Argentina
1997 hair (1) Caballero Rojo Genghis Khan Argentina
(1) Caballero Rojo won but Mongol was not shaved


as Akur el Mongol
as El Samurai
as Diábolo II vs El Aldeano
as Ciclope Polifemo
as Gíbor El Rey del Mal

as Flung-Hi El Samurai
as Shensha with Manitu
as Karnak Chain
losing his hair against Caballero del Ring


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