Friday, May 18, 2007

Luchador - Lizmark

Name Lizmark
Nicknames El Geniecillo Azul (The Little Blue Genius)
Name history Lizmark (debut - )
Family Lizmark Jr. (son), Júpiter/Lizmark II (brother)
Pro wrestling training by: Braulio Mendoza, Abundio Radilla, Hércules
Birth date September 18, 1949 - Llano Grande, Oaxaca
Pro Wrestling Debut March 14, 1976 - Arena Coliseo - Acapulco, Guerrero
Height 5'8"/172 cms
Weight 205 lbs/93 kg
Signature moves Plancha, Plancha Suicida, Frankensteiner, Power Bomb, Springboard Armdrag
Titles: Guerrero Middleweight Title, Guerrero Tag Team Titles (with Bowman), NWA World Light Heavweight Title (4), NWA World Middleweight Title, NWA World Welterweight Title, WWA World Light Heavyweight Title (3), National Light Heavyweight Title, National Middleweight Title (2), National Welterweight Title, CMLL World Tag Team Titles (with Atlantis), CMLL World Trios Titles (with Atlantis & Mr. Niebla)

Lizmark is a Mexican professional wrestler. He grew up in Acapulco, and started a career in hotel management. He was trained to be a boxer by his uncle, and made his professional wrestling debut on March 14, 1976. He chose to wear a mask to hide his wrestling identity from his clients and co-workers at the Hilton Hotel. He named himself either after the German general Otto von Bismarck or after the warship of the same name. He is a multiple-time world champion. In the 1980s he was a main-event level star for the dominant Mexican promotion, Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (EMLL), where he won championships from stars such as El Satánico and Cien Caras. In 1992, he jumped to Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) and had a long feud with La Parka. In 1995, however, he returned to EMLL and fought El Satánico once again. In 2001, Lizmark was inducted into the Wrestling Observer Newsletter Hall of Fame. His nickname is "El Geniecillo Azur", which means The Little Blue Genius. His son also wrestles, under the name Lizmark, Jr..

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