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Titán

Titán

Nationality :Mexican
Date Of Birth :October 15, 1990
Height :1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Weight :85 kg (187 lbs)

Titán, a Mexican luchador enmascarado (masked professional wrestler) who was born on September 15, 1990, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, performs as a tecnico (“Good guy”) character for the Mexican professional wrestling organization Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). 

Quick Facts

BornOctober 15, 1990 (age 32)
Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)
  • Palacio Negro
  • Titán
Billed height1.70 m (5 ft 7 in)
Billed weight85 kg (187 lb)
Trained by
  • Gran Cochisse
  • El Satánico
Debut2008

Titán Biography, Early Life

Titán, a Mexican luchador enmascarado (masked professional wrestler) who was born on September 15, 1990, in Guadalajara, Jalisco, performs as a tecnico (“Good guy”) character for the Mexican professional wrestling organization Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). As is frequently the case with masked wrestlers in Mexico, whose private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans, Titan’s real name is not a matter of public record. From 2008 to 2011, he operated under the alias Palacio Negro.

Titán Education

Titán has no detailed information about his educational background.

Titán’s Age, Height, And Weight

Titán’s age is 32 years old. He stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 85 Kg.

Career

Palacio Negro (2008–2011)

El Palacio Negro de Lecumberri, a notorious prison in Mexico where Pancho Villa once resided, served as the inspiration for the name “Palacio Negro,” which he used for the first time in professional wrestling. He started out working in Guadalajara, Jalisco, which is home to one of the main wrestling schools for the Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre. In 2009, Palacio Negro joined forces with Guerrero Samurai to compete in the Alfonso “Tank” Dantés Memorial Torneo Tanque Dantes (also known as “The Tank Dantes Tournament”). The pair needed just four victories and one defeat to take the competition. When Palacio Negro was booked to win an eight-man Infierno en el Ring steel cage match, earning the rings to remove Azrael’s mask in accordance with the Lucha de Apuestas (“Bet match”) stipulation, CMLL made it clear that they had plans for him and wanted to advance him in the promotion. A wrestler who would be his future tag team partner, Metal Blanco, also competed in the cage match. Palacio Negro spent the majority of 2009 in Guadalajara where he continued to train with Gran Cochisse and El Satánico and gained more ring experience. Midway through 2009, Palacio Negro had the chance to compete for the regionally promoted Occidente Welterweight Championship, but he was defeated by eventual champion ngel del Mal in the tournament to crown a new champion, and he later lost a title match to del Mal.

Palacio Negro and Metal Blanco made their professional wrestling debuts in Mexico City by the end of 2010, competing at the CMLL’s Arena Mexico. The pair participated in a competition with El Sagrado to choose the top contenders for the Mexican National Trios Championship. The team was successful, beating Los Cancerberos del Infierno (Euforia, Nosferatu, and Pólvora) and Los Guerreros Tuareg (Arkangel de la Muerte, Loco Max, and Skándalo) to advance to the finals. The team lost the championship match to Rush, Angel de Oro, and Diamante in the finals. From this point on, Palacio Negro started to show up frequently in Arena Mexico. In order to compete in the 2011 Gran Alternativa tournament, where a rookie and a veteran team up, Palacio Negro was paired with the seasoned Averno. In the opening round, the team defeated Black Warrior and Lestat, and in the quarterfinals, the team of Negro Casas and Puma King. In the semifinal game, the team was defeated by Máscara Dorada and Metal Blanco. Palacio Negro, along with a number of other young wrestlers looking to establish themselves, competed in the CMLL’s Forjando un dolo (“Forging an Idol”) tournament after the Gran Alternativa competition. Palacio won the match against Rey Cometa but lost to Rey Escorpión and Angel de Oro, earning just three points overall—not enough to move past the first round. Palacio Negro competed in the Leyenda de Plata, the most prestigious annual event in the CMLL, in late 2011. He was defeated early in the match by his longtime tag team partner Metal Blanco. The match, which also featured Metal Blanco, Toscano, Guerrero Maya, Jr., ngel de Plata, Delta, Okumura, Leono, Yoshihashi, Leo, Maléfico, Sagrado, and Pólvora, ended when Palacio Negro pinned Loco Max, requiring Max to be shaved bald after the match.

Titán (2011–present)

Beginning in early November 2011, Palacio Negro and Metal Blanco ceased performing in Mexico City in order to be rebranded with new masks and ring names. The two characters from the early 1990s in CMLL were reintroduced as Titán (Palacio Negro) and Tritón (Metal Blanco), respectively. In a plot conflict involving Atlantis, Guerrero Maya, Jr., and Delta—collectively known as Los Reyes del Atlantida—the two were partnered with Shocker and supported him. Metro was initially listed as a member of the group but only showed up for a press conference. When Shocker was removed from the shows for personal reasons a short time later, the plot involving Los Reyes del Atlantida was also abandoned. In the 2012 Reyes del Aire tournament, Titán competed, but he finished fourth out of 18 wrestlers and was subsequently eliminated.

Titán was the final contestant eliminated by eventual champion Dragon Lee in the CMLL tournament Torneo Sangre Nueva, which was conceptually similar to the Forjando un Dolo competition. He played with Máscara Dorada, but they were defeated by the eventual tournament champions El Terrible and Euforia in the opening round. Titán entered the CMLL’s En Busca de un Dolo competition after losing both the Forjando un Dolo and the Sangre Nueva tournaments. Titán advanced to the second round despite only winning one of his four first-round matches thanks to the tournament’s point system and online fan voting. Titán’s first significant victory came after Euforia was defeated in the final thanks to the crowd’s encouragement. He was given a title match for the CMLL World Middleweight Championship against Dragón Rojo, Jr. on the July 21 Super Viernes Show as part of his prize for winning the tournament, but he lost the contest. Later, Titán would defeat Pólvora, an opponent from En Busca de un dolo, to win the Mexican National Welterweight Championship. Titán also received the opportunity to compete in all three 2013 Fantasticamania events as part of his victory in the En Busca de un Dolo tournament, an annual series of events co-promoted by New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) and held in Japan. Titán collaborated with and competed against NJPW wrestlers like Tama Tonga, Jushin Liger, Tiger Mask IV, Bushi, and Ishii during the show series. Titán injured himself during a match at the beginning of 2013, and on March 20, 2013, CMLL was forced to relinquish the Welterweight Championship. Based on his performance during the Fantasticamania series of shows in January 2013, Titán was announced as the only Mexican competitor in NJPW’s 2013 Best of the Super Juniors tournament (BOSJ) after making his in-ring comeback in April. Titán finished second to last in his block despite only winning three of his eight matches overall in the competition. On June 30, Titán, La Máscara, and Rush won the Mexican National Trios Championship by defeating Los Invasores (Kraneo, Mr. guila, and Psicosis) in CMLL. Averno lost the Mexican National Welterweight Championship to Titán on December 1. Titán participated in his second Fantasticamania tour with New Japan Pro Wrestling from January 14 to January 19, 2014, primarily working undercard matches. Rush, Titán, and La Máscara were defeated by La Peste Negra (El Felino, Mr. Niebla, and Negro Casas) on February 18 in the Mexican National Trios Championship.

Titán’s Net Worth

Titán’s annual income, net worth, and salary haven’t been revealed yet.

Titán Wife or Girlfriend

Titán is presently single and has no romantic relationships. Aside from that, Titán hasn’t said anything about her current partnerships.

Titán Awards

  • Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre
    • CMLL World Welterweight Championship (1 time)
    • CMLL World Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Volador Jr.
    • Mexican National Trios Championship (1 time) with La Máscara and Rush
    • Mexican National Welterweight Championship (2 times)
    • Occidente Middleweight Championship (1 time)
    • En Busca de un Ídolo (2012)
    • Torneo Tanque Dantes (2009) with Guerrero Samurai II

FAQ

When was Titán born?

Titán was born on 14 February 1999 

What is Titán’s height and weight?

Titán stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches and weighs around 85 Kg.

How old would Titán be today?

Titán is 32 years old today.

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