Perro Aguayo, Jr (Perro Aguayo)

Perro Aguayo, Jr

Professional Wrestler. A Luchador, a performer known for high-flying ring moves, he shall be remembered as a star of his sport for 20 years. Born Pedro Aguayo Ramirez, he was the son of Hall-of-Fame Lucha Libre competitor Perro Aguayo, Sr. and thus was raised within the wrestling milieu; trained by his father, he made his professional debut on June 18, 1995 and that year earned Rookie-of-the-Year honors. Billing himself as El Hijo Del Perro (“Son of Perro”), he confined his career to Mexico and distinguished himself in both single and tag team matches. Over the years, he was to move back-and-forth between the AAA (Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion) Wrestling Federation and the rival CMLL (Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre) and win at least three Mexican National Tag Team titles, twice with Perro, Sr., and on one occasion in the AAA, the National Light Heavyweight crown. Using several finishing moves, most prominently ‘La Lanza’, a double foot stomp, he kept busy in venues large and small, eventually forming his own group called Los Perros de Mal (“Bad Dogs”). In 2008, he started Perros Del Mal Producciones and was successful, though beginning in 2010 he was sidelined for an extended period, first by a knee injury, then by surgery for a benign gastric tumor. Perro, Jr. died of accidental cervical trauma suffered in a AAA match in which he was teamed with Manik against Rey Mysterio, Jr. and Xtreme Tiger when one of Rey’s dropkicks caused his neck to strike a ring rope. (bio by: Bob Hufford)


  • July, 23, 1979
  • Mexico


  • March, 03, 2015
  • Mexico


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