World Wrestling AssociationBenjamin Mora. It featured Mexico's best luchadores at the time such as Rey Misterio, Hijo del Santo, Eddie Guerrero, Perro Aguayo, Fishman, Mano Negra, Súper Astro, Mil Máscaras, Los Villanos and future stars like Psicosis, Ultraman 2000 (Damián 666) and of course Rey Misterio Jr. when he starting wrestle like Colibrí in early 90´s.
During the late 1980s and early 1990s and was also featured on American television via the Fox Sports en Español channel (before La Cadena Deportiva Prime Ticket in South California). Also in Tijuana´s Canal 45 aired some shows during early 90s. A lot from that footage, later was released such WWO´s VHS.Auditorio de Tijuana also was named "Cementerio de las Máscaras" because falling a lot of famous masks like Rey Misterio, Kato Kung Lee, Kendo, Ultraman, Mercenarios Americanos, etc.
Although inactive during the late 1990s, during which time much of its roster had left to compete in World Championship Wrestling and international promotions; the World Wrestling Association resumed operations in 2003 and again featured shows on Tijuana´s Canal 45 and two years later were repeated in Fox Sports en Español channel. That footage was released in DVD again like WWO.EWF, who had some of their wrestlers work WWA shows like Raging Dawg, Jesse Hernandez, Kyra,Vizzion, and others.
|World Wrestling Association Championships|
|Minis (Octagoncito), Light (TJ Boy), Welter (El Bandido/Hijo de Rey Misterio), Middle (Averno), Junior Light Heavy (Atlantis), Light Heavy (Heddi Karaoui), Junior Heavy (Cien Caras Jr.), Heavy (Rayo de Jalisco Jr.) |
Tag Team (Bestia 666 & Damián 666), Trios (Super Muñeco, Super Pinocho & Super Raton)
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