Difference between revisions of "La Nueva Ola Blanca"

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Due to the nature of lucha with trios matches needing to be filled out and many promoters being involved, it is unknown which members were official or unofficial. It appears that [[Gran Markus Jr.]] was not an original member of the group, though was later more active with the group than official members. [[El Hijo Del Gladiador]] also appeared with the group at times. The group did not appear to make much headway and a new version of [[La Nueva Ola Blanca]] appeared in CMLL in the 1990's.
 
 
It appears that [[Gran Markus Jr.]] was not an original member of the group, though was later part of it. The group did not appear to make much headway and a new version of [[La Nueva Ola Blanca]] appeared in CMLL in the 1990's.
 
  
 
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Revision as of 14:40, 25 November 2020

La Nueva Ola Blanca (New White Wave) was patterned after the original Ola Blanca. The original La Nueva Ola Blanca was made up of Angel Blanco, Dr. Wagner and El Enfermero, before El Solitario replaced Enfermero. Multiple versions of La Nueva Ola Blanca existed and it is unknown whether they were affiliated or not. The members of the group all wore white as part of the gimmick.

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The first version featured:

Due to the nature of lucha with trios matches needing to be filled out and many promoters being involved, it is unknown which members were official or unofficial. It appears that Gran Markus Jr. was not an original member of the group, though was later more active with the group than official members. El Hijo Del Gladiador also appeared with the group at times. The group did not appear to make much headway and a new version of La Nueva Ola Blanca appeared in CMLL in the 1990's.

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The members of the second iteration of La Nueva Ola Blanca were:


The version only lasted a few months before they were disbanded in 1998.

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