While performing in a wrestling match on March 21, 2015, Aguayo died almost instantly from cardiac arrest after fracturing three vertebrae. WAGNERMANIACOS... En el #Hogar#Torreon un break de #medios @torreon @luchalibreaaa @record_mexico @VengaLaAlegria pic.twitter.com/gg3C7WJ07q, — Dr. Wagner Jr (@WagnerJrOficial) 13 de septiembre de 2017. After defeating Atlantis in the semifinals, Aguayo Jr. faced the previous year's winner, Felino, for the trophy. [12] Aguayo Jr.'s final major feud in CMLL was with Héctor Garza, which culminated in a Hair vs. After the match, La Familia de Tijuana (Halloween, Damián 666), and Aguayo Jr. decided to start a new faction, Los Perros del Mal ("The Bad Dogs"). / ... [52][53][54], According to the initial statement by the hospital, Aguayo died from a cervical spine trauma, reportedly as a result of the dropkick by Mysterio Jr. that propelled him forward to the ring ropes, causing severe whiplash trauma that snapped his neck. The four defeated Charly Manson, May Flowers, Nygma and El Picudo to win the Mexican National Atómicos Championship during a show in Jalisco. On that show, Aguayo Jr. tag-teamed with Cibernético and Dr. Wagner Jr. to face L.A. Park, Olímpico and Headhunter A, and was victorious. [19] However, he made a surprise appearance on December 5, 2010 during the main event of Guerra de Titanes, helping Damián 666, Halloween and X-Fly hand Los Psycho Circus their first-ever loss in a steel cage weapons match. [32] Afterward, Aguayo Jr. began a feud with Jack Evans. [39][40] On October 18 at Héroes Inmortales VII, La Secta eliminated Aguayo Jr., Cibernético, and El Mesías from the Copa Antonio Peña, which led to the three retaliating by costing Secta members Dark Escoria and Dark Espiritu their match for the AAA World Tag Team Championship. The angle was hot and played off the feud the original Santo and Perro Aguayo had during the 1970s. After that match, Santo focused more on his program with Averno and Los Guerreros del Infierno and Aguayo Jr. set his sights on Casas (to whom he lost), and the feud cooled down from there. / ... However, the coroner stated that it made no difference. [63][64][65] On August 9 at Triplemanía XXIII, Aguayo Jr. was inducted into the AAA Hall of Fame. Los Perros del Mal faced off against their rivals in the 2005 "Cage of Death" match, in which Damián 666 took the hair of Máscara Mágica. While the match continued, Konnan, who was at ringside, then attempted to revive the seemingly unconscious Aguayo by shaking him. Aguayo Jr. left CMLL in October 2008, along with fellow Los Perros Del Mal members Damián 666 and Mr. Águila, to start his own promotion called Perros del Mal Producciones. Wrestling International -- 2000: The Year-In-Review Mexico", "En un día como hoy… 2005: Cabelleras: Perro Aguayo e Hijo del Perro Aguayo vs. Cien Caras y Máscara Año 2000", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Perro_Aguayo_Jr.&oldid=967035204, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 10 July 2020, at 18:53. 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