Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Luchador - Cibernético

Wrestler Name Cibernético
Real name Octavio López Arreola
Nicknames The Main Man, El idolo del bombeo de hierro (The pumping iron idol)
Name history Urko (debut - ??), Espíritu Negro (?? - 07/93), Cibernético (07/93 - )
Trained by: Karloff Lagarde, Ray Mendoza, Villano I, Villano III, Ébano Ruiz
Birth date April 12, 1975 - Mexico City
Pro Wrestling Debut March 1992 - Arena Querétaro - Querétaro, Querétaro
Lost mask to La Parka Jr. - June 20, 2004
Height 6'0"/184 cms
Weight 234 lbs/107 kg
Signature moves Apocaliptica (Chokeslam), Power Bomb, Gorilla Press, Northern Lights Suplex, Lariat
Titles: WWA World Heavyweight Title, National Heavyweight Title, AAA Campeón de Campeones Title, IWC World Heavyweight Title, UWA World Heavyweight Title, AAA Rey de Reyes, GPCW SUPER-X Monster Title

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Octavio López Arriola is a Mexican pro wrestler who is best known in Lucha Libre as Cibernético. He currently works for Asistencia Asesoría y Administración in Mexico.

Cibernético is a long time member of AAA, as well as it's rudo faction LLL. In 2004, he created the group La Secta Cibernética - a psuedo-religious cult, with Cibernetico as it's leader.

Cibernético brought in Muerte Cibernética to take care of long tme rival La Parka Jr., the man who took Cibernético's mask. This move went badly: La Parka Jr. took Muerte's mask as well, and then Muerte took over leadership of La Secta when Cibernetico suffered a knee injury. Cibernetico is still recovering, but appears to becoming a tecnico based on his non-wrestling involvement. Cibernetico's expected to return to the ring either at the close of 2006 or the start of 2007.

While appearing on a Mexican TV show, Cibernético got into a fight with Mexican boxer Jorge Kawaghi. The two were supposed to have an arm-wrestling match, but it turned into a small brawl before they were pulled apart. Cibernetico and AAA have steadfastly claimed it was a legitimate unscheduled brawl, but footage and news reports later exposed the staged nature of the fight. Nonetheless, Cibernetico's become a minor celebrity due to the brawl, and AAA's attempted to capitalize it (and repeat it, with Tiffany and Esterllita also getting into 'real' fights on Mexican talk shows.)

There's been no in-ring match between Cibernetico and Kawaghi as of yet, but it may still occur after Cibernetico recovers from his knee injury. Cibernetico's absence from the ring was originally explained as a suspension for getting into the fight, but they seemed to have dropped the cover story to focus in on Cibernetico's knee instead.

Ciberenetico has a real life relationship with Estrellita, which was brought into storylines in 2006.

Cibernetico's Music: In AAA, Cibernetico's theme music is "Seek and Destroy" by Metallica.

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