Professional Wrestling Career
The original Mascarita Sagrada was born in San Felipe Pescador, Zacatecas. He started training as a luchador in 1987 under the instructions of Muralla Sangrienta I and Sr. Genaro Contreras. His first appearance in the ring was as Pequeno Luki, teaming with Arturito ("Little Luke" and R2-D2). The team wrestled Gran Nikolai and Pequeno Goliath in Sagrada's debut.
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