Northern Mexico tecnico who was eventually revealed to be another progeny of Sangre Chicana. Reyes made his professional wrestling debut in 1973, wearing a red mask with a gold stripe, under the name Lemus. This was a triangle match that also included Pirata Morgan.  In recent years Sangre Chicana has worked only select dates on the Mexican independent circuit, often together with his son Sangre Chicana, Jr., Sangre Chicana won the WWF title during a time that it was promoted by the UWA and exclusively in Mexico. Born in Paredón, Coahuila, he has worked for the Mexican promotions Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) and Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). Northern Mexico tecnico who was eventually revealed to be another progeny of Sangre Chicana. Sangre Chicana (Spanish for "Chicano Blood") is the ring name of Mexican professional wrestler retired Andrés Durán Reyes (born November 30, 1951). La Hiedra (born May 18, 1997) is a Mexican luchadora enmascarada, or masked professional wrestler currently signed to Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide (AAA).  Not long after his mask loss Reyes began working as the enmascarado character Sangre Chicana, Chicana wore the same mask as he did while wrestling as Lemus; this was possible because began wrestling outside his home state and at the time information did not travel as fast. The identity has also evolved into Xicano or Xicana and, more recently, Xicanx.  In 1982 he briefly held the NWA International Junior Heavyweight Championship for 19 days. While he is still listed as the current championship the title has technically been inactive since Chicana left the promotion. Over the years the Chicana "family" grew, as "Lemus I" debuted in the 1980s using Reyes original mask, followed by "Lemus II" in the 1990s. Mostly seen in Arena Cuatro Caminos de Nuevo Laredo, though has popped up in Arena Coliseo Monterrey and other locations.  Less than a year after his debut he was forced to remove his mask as he lost a Lucha de Apuesta (bet match) to El Canek and had to remove the mask per Lucha Libre traditions. Chicano or Chicana is a chosen identity for Mexican Americans in the United States. He rose to prominence in a feud with El Cobarde and Fishman that led to a Lucha de Apuesta, mask vs. mask match where Reyes lost his mask. Appeared a couple times around Mexico City in October 2012, including a single Arena Naucalpan match with other outsiders.  He vacated the championship in 1979, but the reason for the vacation is unclear. The title reigns are not officially recognized by, This was a triangle match that also included. Andrés Reyes made his professional wrestling debut in July 1973 as the enmascarado (masked) character Lemus.  When he returned to Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre he teamed up with Cien Caras, defeating Ringo and Cachorro Mendoza to win the Mexican National Tag Team Championship, a title they would hold until Rayo de Jalisco and Tony Benetto won it from them. Has his own YouTube channel, http://www.youtube.com/user/RealLaredo09, http://www.luchawiki.org/index.php?title=Hijo_de_Sangre_Chicana&oldid=154001. As a result of a pre-match stipulation referee El Tirantes had his head shaved instead of Sangre Chicana. Reyes made his professional wrestling debut in 1973, wearing a red mask with a gold stripe, under the name Lemus.A year later he changed his name to Sangre Chicana but kept the mask with the golden stripe. After wrestling under a mask for some years he finally gained some notoriety as he began a feud with Fishman and El Cobarde. El luchador Sangre Chicana, conocido por sus rudezas en los ochenta, sigue vigente a través de sus hijas Lluvia, La Hiedra y Lady Chicana. Final two men in a six man match that also included, Mexican National Middleweight Championship, NWA International Junior Heavyweight Championship, Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship, Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre / Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, "Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion Americas Heavyweight Team Title", "CMLL: 79 historias, 79 Aniversario, las 79 luchas estelares", "En un día como hoy… 1982: Satánico rapa a Sangre Chicana y éste le responde con un botellazo… Cae la máscara de MS-1 en duelo de doble apuesta", "En un día como hoy… Satánico y Sangre Chicana empatan en lucha de cabelleras", "En un día como hoy… 1987: Perro Aguayo rapa a Sangre Chicana en una de las más grandes rivalidades de los 80s", "SLAM! Reyes is one of the very few wrestlers to work for both Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (EMLL) (now known as Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL)) and Francisco Flores' promotion Toreo Cuatro Caminos Independents.  On August 20, 2004, Chicana won the AAA Americas Heavyweight Championship, a title held until he left AAA. La Hiedra's real name is not a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers in Mexico where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans. A year later he changed his name to Sangre Chicana but kept the mask with the golden stripe. This feud led to another Lucha de Apuesta, this time between all three men, a match that Fishman won, unmasking Sangre Chicana. En los años ochenta, el nombre de Sangre Chicana era uno de los más temidos en los rings mexicanos.El llamado ‘Pocho Maldito’, ganó fama por sus encarnizadas batallas.  Between 1989 and 1990 Sangre Chicana held the UWA promoted WWF Light Heavyweight Championship on two occasions. , When the UWA Folded Chicana worked full-time for Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL; Formerly EMLL) where he teamed with Bestia Salvaje and Emilio Charles, Jr. for a CMLL World Trios Championship reign. This page was last edited on 5 July 2018, at 14:49. Sangre Chicana (Spanish for "Chicano Blood") is the ring name of Mexican professional wrestler retired Andrés Durán Reyes (born November 30, 1951).  In the late 1990s Sangre Chicana left CMLL and began working for AAA where he defeated Máscara Sagrada II to win the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship.  He held the NWA World Middleweight Championship twice in 1980-1981 defeating Cachorro Mendoza and Tony Salazar to win the title and lost it to Ringo Mendoza on April 3, 1981.  His run with the title lasted 715 days, from May 16, 1998, until April 30, 2000 when he lost the belt to Latin Lover. Wrestled to a draw where both wrestlers lost had their hair shaved off after the match. Also in the match; As a result of a pre-match stipulation referee Copetas Salazar had his head shaved instead of Sangre Chicana. Chicano/a is sometimes used interchangeably with Mexican American, although the terms have different meanings. Sangre Chicana (Spanish for "Chicano Blood") (November 30, 1951) is the ring name of Mexican wrestler Andrés Durán Reyes. In 2000, Reyes' sons "Lemus Jr." and "Sangre Chicana Jr." made their professional wrestling debuts followed by Sangre Imperial, Hijo de Sangre Chicana, and daughters Lady Chicana, Lluvia and La Hiedra.  The loss of the mask was the first step towards Sangre Chicana becoming a headline wrestler as he defeated José Luis Mendieta on November 19, 1977, to win the Mexican National Middleweight Championship, only two months after he was unmasked. Mostly seen in Arena Cuatro Caminos de Nuevo Laredo, though has popped up in Arena Coliseo Monterrey and other locations.Appeared a couple times around Mexico City in October 2012, including a single Arena Naucalpan match with other outsiders. , La Hiedra is the daughter of professional wrestler Andrés Durán Reyes, better known under the ring name Sangre Chicana ("Chicano Blood"), the sister of Sangre Chicana Jr. and half sister of Lluvia. Janet Fragoso Alonso was born on January 14th, 1973 in Mexico City, Mexico.  In 1982 Chicana jumped to the Universal Wrestling Association (UWA) where he resumed his feud with Fishman, trading the UWA World Light Heavyweight Championship four times in total over a period of 16 months. 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