He is a third generation wrestler who has won six Cruiserweight titles, five WWE tag team titles, and one ECW World Championship. Chavo became trapped on the bottom cards after making his professional wrestling debut in Mexico. He received a major push when Vince McMahon signed him to a contract in 2001.
Chavo's first WWE title opportunity came at the 2004 WWE Draft when he was drafted to the brand new ECW division. He immediately put himself over as a top contender by defeating The Sandman at Bound for Glory 2004. Chavo went on to win his first championship at Survivor Series that year when he defeated Chris Jericho to become the number one contender for the ECW Title. He would go on to defeat Jericho for the title.
After losing the title, Chavo got a huge push when Paul Heyman took over management of him. This allowed Chavo to wrestle in the main event scene and become a multiple time champion. His second WWE title run began at the 2007 Royal Rumble when he entered the match right away and ended up winning it. He held the title for nearly two months before losing it to Batista at the WrestleMania 23. After losing the title, Chavo continued to appear in the main event scene.
In 2009, Chavo returned from an injury that had sidelined him for most of 2008 and started wrestling again.
Pedro Morales's Eddie Guerrero 2 Mysterio, Rey 4 Mil Mascaras Tito Santana, number five. Jr. Chavo Guerrero Epico and Primo 6 Carlito, 7, 8, Alberto Del Rio's number nine. Savio Vega (10) also recently retired from wrestling.
Del Rio will be coming off of a huge win at WrestleMania 29 over John Cena to become the new World Heavyweight Champion. Before he got into wrestling, Del Rio worked as a soccer player for Santos Laguna and Mexico National Team. He started his career with AAA, one of the biggest wrestling promotions in Mexico, where he stayed for seven years before moving to America in 2006.
He has won every match he has fought in, except one (a draw against Chris Jericho).
Here are the other nine wrestlers in order of appearance: Rey Misterio Sr., Humberto Garza, Barbaro G. Báez, Angel Ortiz, Emilio Charles Jr., Jose Lothario Guerra, Tony Chimelis, and David Hernandez.
1 R-Truth is 47 years old and was born on January 19th (1972). 2 Rusev-Age 33; Birthday-December 25th (1985) 3 Rey Mysterio-Age 44; Birthday-December 11th (1974) Ric Flair-Age 70; Birthday-February 25th (1949) 5 Richochet is 31 years old and was born on October 11th (1988) Ronda Rousey-Age 32; Birthday: February 1st (1987)
In an interview with Dynamite Nutrition Magazine a few years back, Brock Lesnar stated that Kane was the most grounded wrestler in the locker room during his initial run in WWE. Furthermore, Kane was known to deadlift the most of any wrestler back in his peak and to max out on the seat press at 670 pounds.
In a 2013 WWE audience survey, this incarnation was chosen the best WWE Tag Team Champions of all time. D-Generation X will battle The Brothers of Destruction at the Crown Jewel pay-per-view on October 8, 2018. At the event, Triple H and Michaels defeated The Undertaker and Kane. This marks only the second time that D-Gen has been voted the top tag team in WWE history.
The Brainbusters were the first ever World Tag Team Champions in professional wrestling when they captured the titles from Don Callister and Pat Patterson at the Boston Arena on March 17, 1959. They held onto the belts for almost three months before losing them to Stanislaus and Zbyszko. The Brainsbusters were one of the most successful teams in history, with their highlight matches being considered some of the best in pro wrestling history.
Stanislaus and Zbyszko went on to become one of the biggest attractions in wrestling during the 1960s, helping make both the WWWF and WWE championships relevant outside of New York City.
D-X is the only tag team to go undefeated during their championship run. They accomplished this by winning every single match they had on the card where they were booked for appearance fees.
Few things in WWE get the WWE Universe up and dancing faster than hearing "IT'S TIME TO PLAY THE GAME" over the stadium speakers. Triple He's one of the most influential professional wrestlers to ever step into a WWE ring, and he's found himself in the heart of another heated conflict on the Road to WrestleMania 29. Join us as we take a look back at some of the major events that have taken place in Triple H's career.
Triple H was born Charles Edward Howell III on January 4th, 1969 in New York City. He was raised by his single mother after his father died when he was just eight years old. The young Charles was given the nickname "Triple H" by his school friends because they felt he resembled the wrestler The Ultimate Warrior. When Triple H was only 15 years old, he began training at the Global Wrestling Federation (GWF) with future WWF stars Scott Hall and Steve Austin. After just three months, Triple H became the youngest person ever to win the GWF World Championship. He held this title for nearly two years before moving on to other promotions around the world. In 1991, Triple H returned to his home country of America where he joined the new version of the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). He immediately made an impact by winning the WWF Championship at the 1992 Survivor Series. Over the next year and a half, Triple H successfully defended his title against all comers including Shawn Michaels.