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|nameHistory=Cicloncito Ramirez (08/23/92 - 03/17/2002), Pequeno Olimpico (03/17/2002 - current)  
 
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|maestro=[[Pancho Zapata]], [[Chico Hernandez]], [[Panchito Villalobos]], [[Jose Luis Feliciano]]
 
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|signatureMoves=[[Cristo Invertido]], [[tope suicida]]
 
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Revision as of 20:41, 27 August 2010

Profile

Pequeño Olímpico
Pequeño Olímpico
Name Pequeño Olímpico
Real name
Nicknames El Totoy
Name history Cicloncito Ramirez (08/23/92 - 03/17/2002), Pequeno Olimpico (03/17/2002 - current)
Family none
Maestro(s) Pancho Zapata, Chico Hernandez, Panchito Villalobos, Jose Luis Feliciano
Birth date, location February 4, 1966 - Mexico City
Obituary date
Debut, location August 23, 1992 - Arena Naucalpan
Lost mask to
Height 157 cm/5' 2"
Weight 60 kg/132 lb
Signature moves Cristo Invertido, tope suicida
Titles: CMLL Mini's Title

Notes

Pequeño Olímpico (interchangeable referred to as Mini Olimpico) is a mini tecnico in CMLL.

As Cicloncito Ramirez, the namesake of Ciclon Ramirez, this luchador was part of the second wave of CMLL mini estrellas, all debuting after the first group jumped to AAA. Cicloncito Ramirez almost always wrestled in the first couple matches with few notable feuds.

In 2002, about five years after Ciclon Ramirez left CMLL, Cicloncito Ramirez was reborn as Pequeno Olimpico. The new name was a start of a run of success. Pequeno Olimpico defeated Pierrothito on December 9, 2003 and held the belt for almost four years. Mini Olimpico's reign stretched from a period where the CMLL minis rarely got attention to one where they were more focused on. Mini Olimpico did not get an Arena Mexico defense, but did take Pequeno Violencia's mask as part of his build up to winning the title, and feuded with Gitanito at the end of his reign, including taking his mask. Unfortunately for Mini Olimpico, he's outlasted yet another namesake. Olimpico left CMLL in late 2008.

Mini Olimpico remains a solid veteran tecnico. He's not nearly as flashy as his fellows on the tecnico side, but he's steadier than most.

Luchas de apuestas record

Date Apuesta Winner(s) Loser(s) Arena and/or Place
99/03/01 mask (1) Cicloncito Ramirez Payasito I Palenque De La Feria - Leon, Guanajuato
03/04/30 mask Pequeno Olimpico Pequeno Violencia Arena Mexico
07/11/15 mask Pequeno Olimpico Gitanito Arena Neza - Estado de Mexico
(1) Finals of Ruleta de la Muerte


Gallery

with Damiancito el Guerrero & CMLL Mini Estrellas Title
masked to Gitanito
as Cicloncito Ramirez