Tuesday, September 9, 2008
Oscar Omar Puentes Molgado was born on August 19, 1977. He is better known by his wrestling name, El Angel (The Angel).
El Angel's nickname is El Novillero.
He started wrestling in 1997 under the name Óscar Sevilla.
He was trained by Fernando Puentes, Villano I, Torero, Gran Apache, Fantasma and Cementerio.
El Angel's signature wrestling move is the Asai Moonsault outside the ring.
He has held the Mexican National Atomicos Championship with Alan, Decnnis and Billy Boy.
El Angel has had feuds with the Psycho Circus, the Diabolic ones, Night Queens and the Morgan Dynasty.
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