Blue Panther

Genaro Vazquez Nevarez is a Mexican professional wrestler currently working for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, better known by his ring name Blue Panther. The "Blue" part of his ring name is an homage to Aníbal, a wrestler he looked up to growing up who wore a blue mask.

Read more about Blue Panther:  Professional Wrestling Career, In Wrestling, Championships and Accomplishments

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Title Tournaments - 1991 CMLL World Middleweight Championship Tournament
... First round Semifinals Final Blue Panther W Ringo Mendoza Blue Panther W El Dandy Espectro, Jr ... El Dandy W Blue Panther W Satánico Ángel Azteca W Emilio Charles, Jr ...
Blue Panther (wrestler) - Professional Wrestling Career
... Blue Panther began wrestling in northern Mexico in the late 1970s before getting noticed by René Guajardo in Monterrey ... Guarjardo got Panther booked in Universal Wrestling Association and Panther made his debut in their main building, El Toreo de Cuatro Caminos in Naucalpan, in 1981 ... Although Blue Panther was unsuccessful in his August title challenge, the feud established him as a top rudo in EMLL, leading to him defeating El Satánico ...
Blue Panther - Championships and Accomplishments - Luchas De Apuestas Record
... See also Luchas de Apuestas Wager Winner Loser Location Date Notes Masks Blue Panther and Matemático La Bestia and Simio Blanco Monterrey, Nuevo León 01979-02-28February 28 ... Cuernavaca, Morelos 02000-02-03February 3, 2000 Mask Blue Panther Lizmark Jr ... Mexico City 02007-09-28September 28, 2007 Mask Blue Panther Tigre Universitario Monterrey, Nuevo León 02008-07-05July 5, 2008 Mask Villaño V Blue Panther Mexico City 02008-09-19Septem ...
CMLL Torneo Gran Alternativa - Gran Alternativa 2008
... and Blue Panther and Axel ... (0336) Blue Panther and Axel Blue Panther and Axxel (0711) Villano V and Puma King Último Guerrero and Dragón Rojo Jr ...

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