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CMLL - CONSEJO MUNDIAL DE LUCHA LIBRE

MEXICAN NATIONAL HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE HISTORY

1925--Present

From Wrestling Title Histories
by Royal Duncan & Gary Will
with additional information from Matt Benaka, Brian Westcott, Earl Oliver and Hisaharu Tanabe

1.Francisco Aguayo
1925

[records unclear]

1.Martinez Larrea
11/30

[records unclear]

1.Francisco Aguayo [2]
06/21/34-Mexico City
Defeated Manuel Flores.

2.Yaqui Joe
1937

3.Francisco Aguayo [3]
1938

Title Vacant
1940

4.Firpo Segra
06/23/44-Mexico City
Defeated Doc Macias.

5.Rye Duran
07/07/44-Mexico City

6.Steve Morgan
06/14/48-Mexico City

7.Daniel Aladana
01/31/51-Mexico City

8.Joakim Murietta
03/15/53Mexico City

Title Vacant
03/55

9.Médico Asesino
09/07/56-Mexico City
Defeated Jose Lothario in tournament final

Title Vacant
Médico Asesino died on 06/16/60

10.Pepe Mendieta
05/13/62-Mexico City
Defeated Henry Pilusso in tournament final

11.Raul Casasola
07/11/62-Mexico City

12.Pepe Mendieta
after 1965

Title Vacant
1965
upon retirement.

13.Raul Casasola
12/65-Guadalajara
Defeated Pantera Negra in tournament final

14.Pantera Negra
03/13/66-Guadalajara

15.Black Gordman
09/06/66-Tamaulipas

16.Polo Torres
11/02/66-Torreon

17.Henry Pilusso
10/30/67-Juarez

18.El Goliath
12/03/67-Juarez

19.Henry Pilusso
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20.El Goliath
03/30/70-Juarez

21.Raul Reyes
02/02/70-Monterrey

22.Angel Blanco
04/07/72-Mexico City

23.Enrique Vera
10/26/73-Mexico City

24.Raul Reyes [2]
03/12/74-Acapulco

25.El Halcon
09/27/75-Mexico City

26.El Gran Markus
03/13/76-Guadalajara

27.El Halcon [2]
06/24/76-Mexico City

28.Raul Mata
12/28/77-Monterrey

29.El Nazi
07/01/78-Monterrey

30.TNT
10/27/78-Mexico City

31.El Gran Markus [2]
02/04/79-Mexico City

32.El Halcon [3]
12/23/79-Torreon

33.Tony Benetto
01/16/80-Acapulco

34.Cien Caras
07/26/80-Puebla

35.Herodes
03/28/71-Mexico City

36.Halcon Ortiz
06/20/82-Guadalajara

37.Pirata Morgan
08/07/83-Guadalajara

38.Rayo de Jalisco Jr.
01/08/84-Mexico City

39.Cien Caras [2]
03/30/84-Mexico City

40.Alfonso Dantes
08/20/86-Acapulco

41.Super Halcon
09/03/87-Guadalajara

42.El Gran Markus Jr.
12/17/87-Acapulco

43.Alfonso Dantes [2]
08/07/88-Guadalajara

Title Vacant
03/89
Dantes retired

44.Popitekus
05/21/89Mexico City

45.Defeated El Gran Markus Jr. in tournament final

46.El Gran Markus Jr. [2]
05/20/90-Acapulco

47.Rayo de Jalisco Jr. [2]
10/17/90-Acapulco

48.El Egipicio
04/13/91-Puebla

49.Rayo de Jalisco Jr. [3]
06/13/92-Mexico City

50.Pierroth Jr.
02/21/95-Puebla

51.Mascara Sagrada
09/20/96-Actopan

52.Cibernetico
06/22/97-Pantitlan

53.Perro Aguayo
02/22/98-Chihuahua

54.El Cobarde Sr.
02/15/99-Nuevo Laredo

55.Latin Lover
10/19/99-Ciudad Acuna

[records unclear]

56.El Cobarde Sr. [2]
12/25/99-Toluca
Defeated El Hijo del Solitario

57.Latin Lover [2]
after 2002

58.Hector Garza
05/05/2002-Monterrey

59.El Zorro
05/05/2003-Monterrey

60.Pirata Morgan
12/27/2003-Oaxaca

61.El Zorro [2]
02/04/2004-Veracruz

62.Mr. Aguila
06/20/2004-Mexico City

63.El Zorro [3]
08/01/2004-Guadalajara

64.Charly Manson
06/04/-2006Pachuca, Hidalgo

Title Vacant
09/13/2007
Vacates after losing match against Chessman during AAA World Heavyweight Unification Tournament
Since Manson was not billed as a Mexican native, the match was not for the title.

65.X-Fly
02/21/2010-Ecatepec

66.Maniac
02/28/2010-Uruapan, Michoacan

67.Hector Garza [2]
02/14/2012-Pachuca, Hidalgo
Defeated X-Fly, Toscano, Texano Jr., El Mesias, and Perry Aguayo Jr. in a 6-way match

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