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Dos Caras Jr. (Two Faces Jr.)
Dos Caras Jr. (Two Faces Jr.)
Name Dos Caras Jr. (Two Faces Jr.)
Real name
Nicknames none
Name history Dos Caras Jr./El Hijo de Dos Caras (debut - )
Family Dos Caras (father), Mil Máscaras & Sicodelico (uncles), Sicodelico Jr. (cousin)
Maestro(s) Dos Caras
Birth date, location May 25, 1977 - San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí
Obituary date
Debut, location August 11, 2000 - Shimonoseki, Japan
Lost mask to
Height 6'5 1/2"/197 cms
Weight 211 lbs/96 kg
Signature moves Plancha, Side suplex
Titles: none


Made his pro-wrestling debut on October 11, 2000, teaming with his father Dos Caras to defeat El Azteca and Chiba, in an event promoted by the Japanese independent promotion KAGEKI PRO WRESTLING. This card was held in Shimonoseki and reports said that the junior looked very good for a rookie.

Before turning pro, Caras Jr. was a member of the Mexican national team in Greco-Roman wrestling for five years, and he placed third at the World Junior Championships in 1997 (held in Czech Republic), won the Central-American games three times and also won a medal at the Pan-Am games. He was looking forward to compete in the Sydney 2000 Olympics, but due to lack of support, politics and government problems Mexico could not send any representatives to the Olympic wrestling competition so he turned pro instead.

Made his AAA debut on 9/4 when he ran-in during a match involving his father, that was getting beat up by Texano, Pirata Morgan and Espectro Jr., but his first actual match was on September 29, 2000, in AAA's "Verano de Escándalo" supershow. He teamed with Alebrije, Sangre Chicana and La Parka Jr. to beat "Los Consagrados" (Pirata Morgan, Espectro Jr., El Texano and El Cobarde).

During his first months he has feuded with the veteran stable of "Los Consagrados" and on January 21, 2001, he failed (teaming with his father) to conquer Texano and Pirata Morgan's National Tag Team Titles.

There's no doubt that Dos Caras Jr. is one of the real stars of the future. He's got size, name value, charisma and it looks like he's going to develop into an excellent wrestler.