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Juventud Guerrera

Juventud Guerrera

Nationality :Mexico
Date Of Birth :November 23, 1974
Height :5 feet 7 inches
Weight :75 kg

Juventud Guerrera (born November 23, 1974) is a Mexican professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Juventud “Juvi” Guerrera.


Birth nameEduardo Aníbal González Hernández
BornNovember 23, 1974 (age 48)
Mexico City, Mexico
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Fighting Youth
Fuerza Gimm
El Hijo de Fuerza Guerrera
The Juice
Juventud Guerrera
Billed height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Billed weight75 kg (165 lb)
Billed fromMexico City, Mexico
Trained byFuerza Guerrera
Pepe Casas
Cacique Mara

Juventud Guerrera Biography, EarlyLife

Juventud Guerrera was born on November 23, 1974, in Mexico City, Mexico. He has not yet revealed anything about his family and early life in the media.

Juventud Guerrera Education

His educational history is not published because he has not yet given it to the public. However, this detailed information is currently being reviewed and will be updated soon.

Juventud Guerrera’s Height, And Weight

The Wrestler has an athletic body standing at the perfect height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 75 kg.

Juventud Guerrera also has an athletic body type. He has a well-kept figure, but measures such as biceps size, hip size, waist size, shoe size, and so on are currently unavailable. His eyes are dark brown, and his hair is black. He has a healthy and well-balanced physique.


Early in his career, Guerrera was a mainstay in the Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) promotion. He had a very lengthy feud with Rey Mysterio Jr. in which they traded the AAA Welterweight Title back and forth. The pair also had several tag team matches in which Guerrera would team with his father Fuerza, while Rey Jr. would tag with uncle and trainer Rey Misterio Sr.

Extreme Championship Wrestling (1996)

Guerrera first gained American exposure in Extreme Championship Wrestling alongside fellow luchadores Rey Misterio Jr., Psicosis, Konnan and La Parka, all of whom were also wrestling for Konnan’s Promo Azteca in Mexico at the time. He debuted in ECW at Big Apple Blizzard Blast in February 1996. When Konnan left for WCW later that year, Guerrera and the rest followed.

World Championship Wrestling (1996-2000)

In WCW, Guererra made his debut on the August 26, 1996, edition of Monday Nitro in a victory over Billy Kidman. He would compete throughout 1996 and 1997 under a mask, like the one he wore in Mexico and ECW.

Cruiserweight Champion (1998)

Beginning in 1998, Guerrera pinned Último Dragón to win the Cruiserweight Championship on the inaugural edition of Thunder on January 8, 1998. However, he would then lose the title to Rey Misterio Jr. one week later on the following edition of Thunder. At SuperBrawl VIII, Guerrera challenged Chris Jericho for the title in a mask vs. title match, in which Guerrera lost forcing him to unmask. After unmasking Guerrera, Jericho would often berate Guerrera for his looks by referring to him as “Quasi-juice” which was in reference to “Quasimodo”, the disfigured lead character in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Later in the year, Guerrera defeated Jericho at Road Wild to capture his second Cruiserweight Championship. He retained the belt at Fall Brawl against Silver King, before losing to Billy Kidman the following night on Nitro.

After being released from WCW, Guerrera went on to wrestle for many other promotions including AAA, Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, World Wrestling All-Stars, Frontier Wrestling Alliance, and Xtreme Pro Wrestling (XPW). He also made a brief appearance in Pro Wrestling Noah as one of 12 participants in a championship tournament to crown the first GHC Junior Heavyweight Champion and lost to Yoshinobu Kanemaru at the tournament finals in Nagoya on June 24, 2001. While in CMLL, he frequently re-teamed with fellow WCW alumnus Rey Mysterio, who had left WCW due to its purchase by the World Wrestling Federation, in CMLL before Mysterio’s signing with WWE. After Mysterio signed with WWE in 2002, Guerrera joined the upstart promotion Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.

In TNA, Guerrera was joined by fellow AAA wrestlers Mr. Águila, Héctor Garza, Abismo Negro, Heavy Metal to form a group first known as Team AAA, then later renamed to Team Mexico to compete in TNA’s World X Cup Matches. Guerrera would also take part in the 2003 Super X Cup, where he advanced all the way to the finals before being ultimately defeated by Chris Sabin. When TNA’s working relationship with AAA came to an end, Team Mexico disbanded and Guererra was released from TNA to continue working for Lucha Libre promotions.

Juventud Guerrera’s Net Worth

The Net worth of ABC is still yet to be revealed. His salary is under review.

Juventud Guerrera Awards

  • World Championship Wrestling
    • IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time) 
    • WCW Cruiserweight Championship (3 times) 
    • WCW World Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Rey Misterio Jr.
  • World Wrestling All-Stars
    • WWA International Cruiserweight Championship (2 times) 
  • World Wrestling Association
    • WWA Lightweight Championship (2 times) 
    • WWA Welterweight Championship (1 time) 
    • WWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Fuerza Guerrera 
    • WWA Trios Championship (1 time) – with Fuerza Guerrera and Psicosis 
  • World Wrestling Council
    • WWC World Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time) 
  • World Wrestling Entertainment
    • WWE Cruiserweight Championship (2 times) 
  • Wrestling Observer Newsletter awards
    • Best Flying Wrestler (1998, 1999)
  • Xcitement Wrestling Federation
    • XWF World Cruiserweight Championship (1 time) 
  • Xtreme Latin American Wrestling
    • XLAW Extreme Junior Heavyweight Championship (1 time) 
  • Xtreme Italian Wrestling
    • XIW Italian Championship (1 time)


What is the net worth of Juventud Guerrera?

His net worth is 1 to 5 million dollars.

What is the height of Juventud Guerrera?

His height is 5 feet 7 inches.

What is the age of Juventud Guerrera?

His age is 48 years as of 2023.

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