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His debut was sudden, on February, 1983, he went to Cancun see one of his friends who was also his training partner who lived there. He was still undecided to wrestle professionally.  That friend invited him to a lucha libre event. A wrestler did not show up and was asked to take that place. The young wrestler did not have a ring name yet.
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His debut was sudden, on February, 1983, he went to Cancun see one of his friends who was also his training partner who lived there. He was still undecided to wrestle professionally.  That friend invited him to a lucha libre event. A wrestler did not show up and was asked to take that place. The young wrestler did not have a ring name yet.  He was so nervous that he could not hear the name he used on his debut.
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After his debut, he decided to continue under the name of Brontes.
  
 
=== UWA ===
 
=== UWA ===

Revision as of 18:14, 5 June 2020

Profile

Takeda
Takeda
Name Takeda
Real name
Nicknames
Name history Takeda
Family
Maestro(s) Abundio Radilla, Centauro
Birth date, location listed as January 23, 1962 - Mexico City (billed from Acapulco)
Obituary date
Debut, location February, 1983
Lost mask to
Height 173 cm/5'8"
Weight 95 kg/209 lbs
Signature moves
Titles:

History

Training

With a sports background in Martial Arts such as Karate and Judo, he tried Lucha Libre with incredulity at first. Then, he was challenged by others and decided to practice it to the point he love it. His first trainers were Abundio Radilla and Centauro. Trained from 1978 until 1982. Then he was learning from each match from Lobo Rubio, Saeta Azteca, Babe Sharon, and he is still learning from El Maya. In at least one interview said to have been trained in Japan. [1]

Early Career

His debut was sudden, on February, 1983, he went to Cancun see one of his friends who was also his training partner who lived there. He was still undecided to wrestle professionally. That friend invited him to a lucha libre event. A wrestler did not show up and was asked to take that place. The young wrestler did not have a ring name yet. He was so nervous that he could not hear the name he used on his debut.

After his debut, he decided to continue under the name of Brontes.

UWA

Takeda came to Mexico City to join the UWA in 1990, returning in 1992 and 1994 thru the last days of UWA. After the disappearance of UWA, had short stints in AAA and IWRG in 2007.

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