List of Mexican National Trios Champions

Nicho el Millonario, one third of the 22nd. Mexican National Trios Champion along with Halloween and Damián 666

The Mexican National Trios Championship (Campeonato National Trios in Spanish) is a Mexican professional wrestling three-man tag team championship created and sanctioned by "Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F." (the Mexico City Boxing and Wrestling Commission in Spanish). Although the Commission sanctions the title, it does not promote the events in which the title is defended. As it is a professional wrestling championship, it is not won legitimately; it is instead won via a scripted ending to a match or awarded to a wrestler because of a storyline. All title matches take place under two out of three falls rules.

The Mexican National Trios Championship was created in 1985. Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL; Spanish for World Wrestling Council) was given the promotional control of the title while the Commission only have to approve the champions.[N 1] The first champion crowned was the team of Los Infernales (Spanish for The Infernals; MS-1, Pirata Morgan and El Satánico). CMLL controlled the championship from 1985 until 1994, when Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA; Spanish for Assistance Consultancy and Administration) took control of the championship. The first champion of the AAA-controlled era was Los Hermanos Dinamita (Spanish for The Dynamite Brothers; Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000). When the AAA began to co-promote events with Promotora Mexicana de Lucha Libre (PROMELL), the title became jointly operated; when the AAA and PROMELL split up in 1996, the championship was vacated. The Commission returned the championship to CMLL, allowing them to hold a tournament to crown the new champions, the team of Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera and El Signo. Since 1996, the titles have been exclusively controlled by CMLL.

Nueva Generación Dinamitas (El Cuatrero, Forastero and Sansón) are the current champions, after defeating the trio of Los Hijos del Infierno ("The Sons of the Inferno"; Ephesto, Luciferno and Mephisto) for the title on July 25, 2017. This is the team's first reign and they are the 40th overall champions. Los Reyes de la Atlantida hold the record for most reigns as a team, with three. The team of Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera and El Signo held the title for the longest period, at 1,728 days, while Los Payasos have held it for the shortest period, at 26 days.

Title history[edit]

Key
No. Overall reign number
Reign Reign number for the specific champion
Days Number of days held
N/A Unknown information
+ Current reign is changing daily
No. Champion Championship change Reign statistics Notes Ref.
Date Event Location Reign Days
1 Los Infernales
(MS-1, Pirata Morgan and El Satánico)
March 10, 1985 Mexico City Live event 1 273 Defeated Los Brazos in a tournament final to become the first Mexican National Trios Champions.  
2 Los Brazos
(El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
December 8, 1985 Live event Mexico City 1 51    
3 Dos Caras, Villano III and Villano IV January 28, 1986 Live event Pachuca, Hidalgo 1 26    
4 Los Brazos
(El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
February 23, 1986 Live event Mexico City 2 278    
5 Kiss, Ringo Mendoza, and Rayo de Jalisco, Jr. November 28, 1986 Live event Mexico City 1 275    
6 Hombre Bala, Jerry Estrada and Pirata Morgan August 30, 1987 Live event Mexico City 1 154    
7 Los Destructores
(Tony Arce, Emilio Charles, Jr. and Vulcano)
January 31, 1988 Live event Mexico City 1 659    
8 Black Terry, Jose Luis Feliciano and Shu El Guerrero November 20, 1989 Live event Mexico City 1 62    
9 Los Arqueros del Espacio
(El Arquero, Danny Boy and Lasser)
January 21, 1990 Live event Naucalpan, Mexico 1 208    
10 Los Thundercats
(Leono, Panthro and Tigro)
August 17, 1990 Live event Mexico City 1 255    
11 Los Moviestars
(Atlantis, Máscara Sagrada and Octagón)
April 29, 1991 Live event Mexico City 1 112    
12 Los Hermanos Dinamita
(Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000)
August 11, 1991 Live event Cuernavaca, Morelos 1 N/A    
13 Los Infernales
(MS-1, Pirata Morgan and El Satánico)
July 1993 Live event N/A 2 N/A During this reign the title became AAA-controlled as the champions left CMLL for AAA.  
13 (Los Hermanos Dinamita
(Cien Caras, Mascara Año 2000 and Universo 2000)
1994 Live event N/A 2 N/A    
14 Los Payasos
(Coco Amarillo, Coco Azul and Coco Rojo)
April 26, 1994 Live event Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes 1 26    
15 Ángel Azteca, El Hijo del Santo and Super Muñeco May 22, 1994 Live event Juárez, Chihuahua 1 124    
15 Los Payasos
(Coco Amarillo, Coco Azul and Coco Rojo)
September 23, 1994 Live event Tijuana, Baja California 2 135    
16 Los Destructores
(Tony Arce (2), Rocco Valente and Vulcano (2))
February 5, 1995 Live event Tonalá, Jalisco 1 68    
17 Rey Misterio, Jr., Octagón and Super Muñeco April 14, 1995 Live event Mexico City 1 83    
18 Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera and Psicosis July 6, 1995 Live event Monterrey, Nuevo León 1 N/A    
Vacated 1996 Championship vacated when AAA and Promotora Mexicana de Lucha Libre (PROMELL) split. Control of the title was returned to CMLL after this point.
19 Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera and El Signo July 6, 1996 Live event Cuautitlán, Mexico 1 1,728 Defeated El Brazo, Brazo de Plata and Super Elektra in a tournament final to win the championship.  
20 Mr. Niebla, Olímpico and Safari March 30, 2001 Live event Mexico City 1 450   [1]
21 Los Nuevo Infernales
(Averno, Mephisto and El Satánico (3))
June 23, 2002 Live event Guadalajara, Jalisco 1 96   [2]
22 La Familia de Tijuana
(Damián 666, Halloween and Nicho el Millonario)
September 27, 2002 Live event Mexico City 1 266   [3]
Vacated June 30, 2003 The championship was vacated when Nicho el Millonario did not show up for a scheduled title defense against Los Nuevo Infernales. The titles were offered to Los Infernales by default, however; Satánico, on behalf of his team, refused. [4]
23 El Felino, Safari (2) and Volador, Jr. December 5, 2003 Live event Mexico City 1 476 Defeated Alan Stone, Super Crazy and Zumbido in a tournament final. [5]
24 Pandilla Guerrera
(Doctor X, Nitro and Sangre Azteca)
March 25, 2005 Live event Mexico City 1 196   [6]
25 Máximo, El Sagrado and El Texano, Jr. October 7, 2005 Live event Mexico City 1 569   [7]
26 Los Perros del Mal
(Mr. Águila, Damián 666 (2) and Halloween (2))
April 29, 2007 Live event Mexico City 1 106   [8]
27 El Sagrado (2), La Sombra and Volador, Jr. August 13, 2007 Live event Mexico City 1 540   [9]
28 Poder Mexica
(Sangre Azteca (2), Black Warrior and Dragón Rojo, Jr.)
February 3, 2009 Live event Mexico City 1 318   [10]
Vacated December 18, 2009 Championship vacated when Black Warrior left CMLL.
29 Stuka, Jr., Metro and Máscara Dorada / Delta January 6, 2010 Live event Mexico City 1 368 Máscara Dorada relinquished his hold of the championship on November 18, 2010. Delta was named his replacement on December 20, 2010. [11][12]
30 Ángel de Oro, Diamante and Rush January 9, 2011 Live event Mexico City 1 254   [13]
31 Los Invasores
(Olímpico (2), Psicosis II and Volador Jr. (3))
September 20, 2011 Live event Mexico City 1 87   [14]
32 Los Reyes de la Atlantida
(Atlantis (2), Delta (2) and Guerrero Maya, Jr.)
December 16, 2011 Sin Piedad (2011) Mexico City 1 189   [15]
33 Los Depredadores del Aire
(Black Warrior (2), Mr. Águila (2) and Volador Jr. (4))
June 22, 2012 Live event Mexico City 1 130   [16]
34 Los Reyes de la Atlantida
(Atlantis (3), Delta (3) and Guerrero Maya, Jr. (2))
October 30, 2012 Live event Mexico City 2 47   [17]
35 Los Invasores
(Kraneo, Mr. Águila (3) and Psicosis II (2))
December 16, 2012 Live event Mexico City 1 196   [18]
36 La Máscara, Rush (2) and Titán June 30, 2013 Live event Mexico City 1 233   [19]
37 La Peste Negra
(El Felino (2), Mr. Niebla (2) and Negro Casas)
February 18, 2014 Live event Mexico City 1 432   [20]
38 Los Reyes de la Atlantida
(Atlantis (4), Delta (4) and Guerrero Maya, Jr. (3))
April 26, 2015 Arena México 59th Anniversary Show Mexico City 3 104   [21]
39 Los Hijos del Infierno
(Ephesto (3), Luciferno and Mephisto (2))
August 9, 2015 Live event Mexico City 1 716 Ephesto previously held the title under the name "Safari" [22]
40 Nueva Generación Dinamitas
(El Cuatrero, Forastero and Sansón)
July 25, 2017 live event Guadalajara, Jalisco 1 848   [23]

Combined reigns[edit]

As of November 20, 2019.

By team[edit]

Championships without a specific start or end date are not included as it is not possible to calculate the specific number of dates for a reign.

Key
Symbol Meaning
Indicates the current champion
¤ Indicates that one or more of the title reigns does not have a definite start or end date and thus is not counted into the total length
+ Indicates that the number of days held by this individual changes every day.
Rank Team name if applicable
Wrestlers
No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Blue Panther, Fuerza Guerrera and El Signo 1 1,728
2 Nuevo Generacion Dinamitas
(El Cuatrero, Forastero and Sansón) †
1 848+
3 Los Hijos del Infierno (Ephesto, Luciferno and Mephisto) 1 716
4 Tony Arce, Emilio Charles, Jr. and Vulcano 1 659
5 Máximo, Sagrado and El Texano, Jr. 1 569
6 Sagrado, La Sombra and Volador, Jr. 1 540
7 El Felino, Safari and Volador, Jr. 1 476
8 Mr. Niebla, Olímpico and Safari 1 450
9 La Peste Negra
(El Felino, Mr. Niebla and Negro Casas)
1 432
10 Stuka, Jr., Metro and Máscara Dorada / Delta 1 368[N 2]
11 Los Reyes de la Atlantida
(Atlantis, Delta and Guerrero Maya, Jr.) †
3 342
12 Los Brazos
(El Brazo, Brazo de Oro and Brazo de Plata)
2 329
13 Poder Mexica
(Sangre Azteca, Black Warrior and Dragón Rojo, Jr.)
1 318
14 Kiss, Ringo Mendoza, and Rayo de Jalisco, Jr. 1 275
15 Los Infernales
(El Satánico, Pirata Morgan and MS-1)
2 273¤
16 La Familia de Tijuana
(Damián 666, Halloween and Nicho el Millonario)
1 266
17 Los Thundercats
(Leono, Panthro and Tigro)
1 255
18 Ángel de Oro, Diamante and Rush 1 254
19 La Máscara, Rush and Titán 1 233
20 Los Arqueros del Espacio
(El Arquero, Danny Boy and Lasser)
1 208
21 Pandilla Guerrera
(Dr. X, Nitro and Sangre Azteca)
1 196
22 Los Payasos
(Coco Amarillo, Coco Azul and Coco Rojo)
2 161
23 Hombre Bala, Jerry Estrada and Pirata Morgan 1 154
24 Los Depredadores del Aire
(Black Warrior, Mr. Águila and Volador Jr.)
1 130
25 Los Invasores
(Kraneo, Mr. Águila and Psicosis II)
1 128
26 Ángel Azteca, El Hijo del Santo and Super Muñeco 1 124
27 Atlantis, Máscara Sagrada and Octagón 1 112
28 Los Perros del Mal
(Mr. Águila, Damián 666 and Halloween)
1 106
29 Los Nuevo Infernales
(Averno, Mephistco and El Satánico)
1 96
30 Los Invasores
(Olímpico, Psicosis II and Volador Jr.)
1 87
31 Rey Misterio, Jr., Octagón and Super Muñeco 1 83
32 Los Destructores
(Tony Arce, Rocco Valente and Vulcano)
1 68
33 Black Terry, Jose Luis Feliciano and Shu El Guerrero 1 62
34 Dos Caras, Villano III and Villano IV 1 26

By wrestler[edit]

Championships without a specific start or end date are not included as it is not possible to calculate the specific number of dates for a reign.

Key
Symbol Meaning
Indicates the current champion
¤ Indicates that one or more of the title reigns does not have a definite start or end date and thus is not counted into the total length
+ Indicates that the number of days held by this individual changes every day.
Rank[N 3] Wrestler No. of
reigns
Combined days
1 Blue Panther 2 1,728¤
El Signo 1 1,728¤
Fuerza Guerrera 2 1,728¤
4 Ephesto / Safari 3 1,642
5 Volador, Jr. 4 1,233
6 El Sagrado 2 1,109
7 El Felino 2 908
8 Mr. Niebla 2 882
9 Mephisto 2 813
10 El Cuatrero 1 848+
Forastero 1 848+
Sansón 1 848+
13 Tony Arce 2 727
Vulcano 2 727
15 Lucifierno 1 717
16 Emilio Charles, Jr. 1 659
17 El Texano, Jr. 1 569
Máximo 1 569
19 La Sombra 1 540
20 Olímpico 2 537
21 Sangre Azteca 2 514
22 Rush 2 487
23 Atlantis 4 454
24 Black Warrior 2 448
25 Mr. Águila 3 432
26 Negro Casas 1 432
27 Pirata Morgan 3 427 ¤
28 El Satánico 3 396 ¤
29 Damián 666 2 372
Halloween 2 372
31 Metro 1 368
Stuka, Jr. 1 368
33 Delta 4 362
34 Guerrero Maya, Jr. 3 342
35 Brazo de Oro 2 329
Brazo de Plata 2 329
El Brazo 2 329
38 Dragón Rojo, Jr. 1 318
39 Máscara Dorada 1 316
40 Psicosis 2 283
41 Rayo de Jalisco, Jr. 1 275
42 Kiss 1 275
Ringo Mendoza 1 275
44 MS-1 2 273 ¤
45 Nicho el Millonario 1 266
46 Leono 1 255
Pantro 1 255
Tigro 1 255
49 Ángel de Oro 1 254
Diamante 1 254
51 La Máscara 1 233
Titán 1 233
53 Danny Boy 1 208
El Aquero 1 208
Lasser 1 208
56 Super Muñeco 2 207
57 Dr. X 1 196
Kraneo 1 196
Nitro 1 196
60 Octagón 2 195
61 Coco Amarillo 2 161
Coco Azul 2 161
Coco Rojo 2 161
64 Hombre Bala 1 154
Jerry Estrada 1 154
66 Ángel Azteca 1 124
El Hijo del Santo 1 124
68 Máscara Sagrada 1 112
69 Averno 1 96
70 Rey Misterio, Jr. 1 83
71 Rocco Valente 1 68
72 Black Terry 1 62
Jose Luis Feliciano 1 62
Shu El Guerrero 1 62
75 Dos Caras 1 26
Villano III 1 26
Villano IV 1 26

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ In this statement, "control" refers to the every day use of the title, determining which storylines the title is being used in, who gets to challenge for the title and how to use it in a public relations sense.
  2. ^ Máscara Dorada left the team on November 18, 2010, ending his reign at 316 days. Delta's reign started on December 20, 2010.
  3. ^ Each reign is ranked highest to lowest; reigns with the same number mean they are tied for that certain rank.

References[edit]

General
  • Royal Duncan and Gary Will (2000). "Mexico: National Trios Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. p. 393. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.
Specific
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