Discovery died, emblematic figure of Lucha Libre

Discovery was in the ranks of the three-time star in the 90s (Photo: Special)

The world of Professional wrestling is in mourning. Discovery, one of the most fighters emblematic in Mexico and the United States during the eighties and nineties, he lost the battle against the Cancer.

This Friday several wrestling figures announced his death and condolences to his relatives through Twitter. Among them the Mexican-American “Kalisto“, Which currently competes in the WWE on the SmackDown brand:

Discovery taught me to keep fighting, not to look back. He was one of my best wrestling coaches in Chicago. I’m glad you were able to hear my voice and say thank you and I love you. I will miss him very much … You were a parent teacher and person

In the same way he did Mustafa ali, who is also a member of WWE, posting a Discovery image with the caption “Until forever. We will remember you

(Screenshot: Twitter / KalistoWWE)
(Screenshot: Twitter / KalistoWWE)

Matt Knicks, added to the condolences, thanking him for his teachings and highlighting his combat style:

Disco was such an influential part of the Chicago indie scene, teaching the Lucha style to countless wrestlers, being a certified legend, and when turned on, he moved better in the ring than most!

From fighter to coach

The man who would become Discovery made his wrestling debut in 1980, and by the early 1990s he was working with the Universal Wrestling Association (UWA) and Wrestling AAA, under the name of Gamma.

In 1995, he joined the stable The Space Cadets called “Triple A”, together with Venum, Ludxor, Frisbee, Boomerang and Super Nova. In Mexico he was the national lightweight and welterweight champion

Two years later, Gamma, along with Super Nova and Venum, represented the stable at the WWF Wrestling in the United Statesappearing in shows like Monday Night Raw and Shotgun Saturday Night.

In the early 2000s, the wrestler migrated to Chicago, Illinois, becoming master of great stars, among them “Kalisto”. He also worked with the Chicago Mexican Wrestling Company (ELLMEX) and Freelance Wrestling. And in 2016 he joined another new fighting company in Chicago, Total Wrestling (LLT).

In February of this year he received a tribute from the fans and colleagues at the Eagles Club arena in Chicago.


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