Juventud Guerrera

Height: 5'5"

Weight: 165 lbs

Real Name: Anibal Gonzales

DOB: 12/23/1974

Hometown: Mexico City, Mexico

Other Names: Juvy (WCW), "The Youth Warrior" (WCW)

Wrestler Since: 1992

Finishing Maneuver: Juvy Driver, 450 Splash

Previous PWI 500 Rankings: #172(2009), #142(2008), #144(2007), #139(2006), #126(2005), #52(2004), #90(2003), #111(2002), #54(2001), #149(2000), #62(1999), #25(1998), #40(1997), #60(1996), #188(1995)

History: The son of "Fuerza Guerrera", Juvy grew up determined to be a high-flying wrestler. Talk about getting your wish. Juvy first came on the scene in the WWA and in the Mexican National Federation. He first earned gold by pinning Rey Mysterio, Jr, to become WWA World Lightweight Champion. Mysterio, Jr, later came back to retake the title. This was only the beginning of their titanic feud.

Throughout the next 3 years, Juventud and his pop Fuenza would rule the Mexican tag-team title scene, with 5 tag-team title reigns in two divisions. Juvy also regained the WWA Lightweight title for a while, and later gained the WWA World Welterweight Title in April '96 from Mysterio, Jr. After a 3-month reign, Mysterio regained his belt, and Guerrero went back to tag-teaming with his father.

In 1996, Juventud, along with many other Luchadors, came to WCW to truly showcase his high-flying ways. In January 1998, Juvy gained his first gold in WCW by beating the Ultimo Dragon for the WCW World Cruiserweight Title. He soon lost the belt to his old nemesis Rey Mysterio, Jr. Soon after, Juvy lost his sacred Luchador mask to Chris Jericho after losing a Mask/Title Match. After being unmasked, Juvy adopted the attitude of "Never Surrender" and had massive feuds with Jericho, Reese, and the Flock. At Road Wild '98, Guerrera won the Cruiserweight belt from Chris Jericho, thanks to help from guest referree Dean Malenko. He managed to hold the belt for over a month before losing the belt to Billy Kidman.

A few months later, Air Juvy managed to regain the Cruiserweight Title from Kidman. Juvy then apparently joined the LWO (Latino World Order), only to lose the belt back to Kidman a week later. Guerrera had a few high-flying matches against Rey Mysterio, Jr, but was unable to reclaim the Cruiserweight Title for the LWO. At the beginning of '99, Ric Flair came out and asked all LWO members to come down. He then disbanded the group, offering to pay them what Eric Bischoff had not. All, except for Mysterio, gave up their shirts. This left Guerrera once again as a singles competitor.

Juventud soon reappeared, staying the "heel" cruiserweight in WCW. He temporarily became the 'translator' for the Disco Inferno, when he wore a mask and pretended to be a Mexican cruiserweight while feuding with Konnan. Guerrera also had some battles for the cruiserweight title against Rey Mysterio, Jr, but did not manage to get the belt back around his waist. Juventud then began developing a 'new' gimmick, as he started acting like the Rock. He called himself "The Juice", and even performed the People's Elbow occassionally. Guerrera also had a very short fued with Jushin "Thunder" Liger, who came to WCW for a brief time in the final months of '99. Guerrera managed to defeat Liger to become the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion. However, during the match, Guerrera badly injured his arm on a Suicide Dive to the outside, and was forced to vacate the title to his friend Psychosis, who lost it back to Liger.

Guerrera was on the sidelines for a while with his bad arm, but he still appeared frequently at shows, sometimes coming down to the broadcast position to be another announcer. Guerrera proved to be the comic relief for some of WCW's cards, as he yelled to the fans "Finally, the Juice has returned to Atlanta", even though the card would be in San Antonio or Seattle. In time, Guerrera's arm healed up, and he began wrestling again, siding with Konnan, Billy Kidman, and Rey Mysterio as the Filthy Animals. Guerrera was one of the cruiserweights involved in a "Four Corners" match at Spring Stampede '00, when the CW belt, along with all the other titles, was vacated. Chris Candido won the battle by pinning the Artist, denying Guerrera from once again becoming the Cruiserweight Champion.

Guerrera continued to ally himself with the Filthy Animals, who added Disco Inferno to their group. Their unit joined up with the New Blood, and began a small war with the Misfits in Action, a face group consisting of General Rection (Hugh Morrus), Lt. Loco (Chavo Guerrero Jr), Major Stash (Van Hammer), and Corporal Cajun (Lash LaRoux). The two forces battled for a few months, with Guerrera eventually locking his attention onto Lt. Loco's prize, the Cruiserweight Title. At the Great American Bash, Guerrera tried to aid his ally, Disco, in defeating Lt. Loco, but then got into a brawl with the MIA, while Disco was beaten by the champion. Juvy & Loco then met at Bash at the Beach for the gold, with the MIA and the Filthy Animals both banned from ringside. During the fight, both stables came out wearing masks, to disguise who they were. In the end, Lt. Loco got his Tornado DDT, pinning Guerrero and ending the match.

At Fall Brawl '00, Guerrera and the rest of the Filthy Animals were made "enforcers" by Ernest "The Cat" Miller in the four-way Tag-Team Title match between Kronic(c), Jindrak & O'Haire, General Rection & Corporal Cajun, and the Perfect Event. While Disco was the special referee, the rest stayed on the outside, interfering every so often, while Disco kept doing a slow count. Eventually, Chavo Guerrero Jr came down during the melee and took Disco's shirt, making the count and giving the win to Kronik. Later that night, though, Kronik lost the belts to the Great Muta & Vampiro. On the next Nitro, the new champions defended against Guerrera & Rey Mysterio Jr. With some help from interfering parties, Guerrera & Mysterio surprisingly got the win, taking the WCW Tag-Team Titles for the first time. They would hold the belts for a month, then lost them when the Disco Inferno put them up in a battle against the Cat for the Commissionership, which Disco lost. This caused a lot of friction between Disco and the Filthy Animals, especially after Jindrak & O'Haire won the belts in the Battle Royal.

The Filthy Animals feuded with the Natural Born Thrillers for a while, eventually leading up to an Elimination match with them at Fall Brawl. The Filthy Animals team consisted of Guerrera, Mysterio, Disco, Konnan, Big Vito, Tygress (the Filthy Animals' valet) and "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff, the man who had trained the Natural Born Thrillers, only to have them betray him. They faced off against Jindrak & O'Haire, Mike Sanders, Reno, Johnny the Bull, and the Perfect Event. Troubles continued between Disco and the rest, as he accidentally hit the Last Dance on Konnan, leaving his sidekick open for the pin. Disco then had to stay in the ring, as none of the other Filthy Animals would tag him. Big Vito even went as far as to slug his teammate, allowing Reno to get the pin and take him out. Vito & Reno then fought for a while, with Reno knocking out Vito with a kendo stick and eliminating him. This made it 7-4 odds, but Guerrera & Mysterio brought their team back, double-teaming Reno and beating him with the Juvi Driver. But the numbers were too great, as O'Haire hit his Sean-tom Bomb on Juvi to put him out of the match. The fight was later called a No-Contest when Orndorff badly injured himself doing a piledriver.

In October '00, during a WCW tour in Australia, Guerrera was said to have been at a hotel, naked, screaming and violently attacking police officers who had arrived to detain him. He was arrested, and pleaded guilty to assaulting police, causing bodily harm, disorderly behavior, willful exposure and possessing a dangerous drug, which apparently caused the problems. He was later ordered to pay nearly $1,800 in fines. Due to this incident, Guerrera was sent home from the Australian tour, and was soon released from WCW. It was a shocking, sudden end to Guerrera's run in WCW, once again showing the dangers of drug use.

After a time of recovery and thought, Guerrera went to Xtreme Pro Wrestling, where he debuted at Dismembered in November (Metalfest) against Kid Kaos. Guerrera tauned Kaos, saying he was nothing compared to him. Kaos said Guerrera's time had come and gone. Guerrera then slapped Kaos to start the fight. Kaos won by a roll up, stealing the win. The feud continued at New Year's Revolution, due to Guerrera feeling disrespected, while Kaos hated hearing his win was a fluke. Guerrera attacked Kaos savagely during the match, putting Kaos' leg into a steel chair and stomping on it numerous times. XPW officials finally pulled him off, then helped Kaos, who couldn't walk, to the back, ending the match as a No Contest. Later in the night, "The Gigolo" Steve Rizzono came out and made fun of Guerrera, pretending to be drunk & disorderly in Australia. This brought Guerrera back out, who said he wasn't a has-been. "Mr. 80s" Dynamite D then also appeared, getting involved, and a Three-Way match began. At the end, Guerrera got the Juvi Driver on Dynamite D, but Rizzono rolled D on top of Guerrera and pinned both men, holding Guerrera down. The win, however, was given to Dynamite D, who was the one actually pinning Guerrera.

At Payback's a Bitch in February, Guerrera lived up to the PPV's name, getting some revenge on the Gigolo in a battle between the two. At one point, Rizzono had his manager, "Playboy" Buddy Rose, try to hit Juvy with a chair. But Guerrera ducked, and Rizzono got hit instead. Guerrera then knocked Rose out of the ring, and the way was clear to use the Juvi Driver onto the chair and get the victory, Guerrera's first major win in the XPW. Guerrera then continued his feud with Kid Kaos, who returned from the injury Guerrera gave him the month before. At My Bloody Valentine, Kaos came out and talked about how Guerrera sidetracked his career. Guerrera then appeared, saying that if Kaos wanted a fight, then why wait? The match then became official. Guerrera concentrated once again on Kaos' still-injured knee, aiming most of his attacks at it. Kaos did manage his Flying Guilotine, but he hurt his leg during the maneuver, and missed his chance for the win. Guerrera later got on a modified Figure Four, causing Kaos to black out from the pain and giving Guerrera another victory.

In the next couple of weeks, Guerrera began appealing to the Black Army, and their leader, the Messiah, to try and get into the powerful stable. At "The Night XPW Stood Still" in March, the Messiah gave Guerrera a 'tryout' of sorts, putting him into a XPW World Title match with the champion, Sabu. Before the fight could start, though, Kid Kaos once again came out, saying that he had a match planned with Guerrera that night. The fight became a Three-Way battle for the World Title, with many unbelievable moves that had some calling the match one of the greatest XPW fights of all time. In the end, Guerrera and Sabu teamed up to put Kaos through a table with the Arabian facebuster, leaving the youngster easy pickings for Sabu to make the cover. This was Guerrera's last major hurrah in the XPW, however, as it was announced that he had been released in April '01.

In June '01, Guerrera headed to Japan, wrestling in the NOAH Junior Heavyweight Title Tournament as a major favorite. He was given a free bye from the qualifying round, then defeated Saturo Asako. But Guerrera was upset by Masamichi Marufuji, taking him out of the tournament. Since then, Guerrera has traveled to various places, including back to his roots in Mexico. He has recently joined up with the WWAS, gaining the Cruiserweight Title there. He competed in the October PPV, defeating Psicosis in a "Ladder" match during the first round of the WWAS Heavyweight Title tournament. But Guerrera was injured in the match, and was replaced in the next round by Lenny & Lodi. Still, Guerrera has recovered enough to find some gold, making sure that things are looking up for his career.

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Pay-Per-View/Show Summary: (68 - 53, 3 NCs)
- AAA Triplemania II-A (April '94) = Juventud, Fuerza Guerrera and Misterioso defeated Volador, El Mexicano and the Latin Lover.
- AAA Triplemania II-B (May '94) = Juvy and Fuerza Guerrera, with Misterioso, defeated Volador and the Misterios.
- AAA Triplemania III-B (June 15, '95) = Guerrera won an "Olympic Rules" Match over El Hijo de Perro Aguayo.
- AAA Triplemania IV-A (May '96) = Guerrera and Jerry Estrada defeated Pantara and Super Calo in a "3 Falls" Match.
- AAA Triplemania IV-B (June '96) = Guerrera competed in a "Battle Royal Elimination" Match, which was won by Pierroth, Jr.
- AAA Triplemania IV-C (July '96) = Guerrera was defeated by Rey Mysterio, Jr.
- WAR Sumo Hall (July 20, '96) = Guerrera lost the WWA World Welterweight Title to Rey Mysterio Jr.
- WAR Sumo Hall (July 21, '96) = Guerrera, Jushin Liger, Lion Do & Gedo were beaten by Rey Mysterio Jr, Lance Storm, Yuji Yasuraoka & the Ultimo Dragon.
- WCW Fall Brawl '96 = Guerrera lost to the Mexian Champion Konnan.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '96 = Guerrera and Psicosis defeated Damien and Halloween in a dark match.
- WCW World War III '96 = Guerrera competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by the Giant.
- WCW Superbrawl VII ('97) = Guerrera, Super Calo, and Ciclope lost to Konnan, Villano IV and La Parka.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '97 = Guerrera, Hector Garza, and Lizmark Jr. defeated La Parka, Psicosis, and Villano IV.
- WCW Clash of the Champions XXXV (August '97) = Guerrera, Hector Garza, Super Calo and Lizmark Jr. lost to Psychosis, Silver King, and Villanos IV and V.
- WCW World War III '97 = Guerrera competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by Scott Hall.
- WCW/nWo Souled Out '98 = Guerrera, with Super Calo, Lizmark Jr, and Chavo Guerrero Jr., defeated La Parka, Psicosis, Silver King, and El Dandy.
- WCW Superbrawl VIII ('98) = Guerrera lost to Chris Jericho in a Cruiserweight Title vs. Mask Match. Last time seen with his mask on.
- WCW Uncensored '98 = Juvy defeated Konnan in a battle of Luchadors.
- WCW Slamboree '98 = Juventud wrestled in a "Cruiserweight Contenders" Battle Royal. Dean Malenko, disguised as Ciclope, won the shot at Chris Jericho.
- WCW Great American Bash '98 = Juvy managed to win over Reese.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '98 = Juventud defeated Billy Kidman.
- WCW Road Wild '98 = Juvy won the WCW Cruiserweight Title from Chris Jericho. Dean Malenko was the special referee.
- WCW Fall Brawl '98 = Guerrera retained the Cruiserweight Belt by defeating Silver King.
- WCW Halloween Havoc '98 = Guerrera was beaten by the Disco Inferno.
- WCW World War III '98 = Guerrera lost the WCW Cruiserweight Title to Billy Kidman. Later in the night, Guerrera competed in the "3 Ring Battle Royal", which was won by Kevin Nash.
- WCW Starrcade '98 = Guerrera was involved in a 3-way Cruiserweight Title match with Rey Misterio Jr and Billy Kidman. Kidman eventually defended his title.
- WCW Souled Out '99 = Guerrera was in a 4-way Cruiserweight Title match against Billy Kidman, Rey Misterio, Jr, and Psychosis. Kidman again retained the title with the win.
- WCW Spring Stampede '99 = Guerrera bested Blitzkrieg, hitting the Juvi Driver.
- WCW Spring Stampede '00 = Guerrera competed in a "Four Corners" Match for the vacant Cruiserweight Title. Chris Candido won the match. The other competitors were the Artist, Lash LeRoux, Crowbar, and Shannon Moore.
- WCW Bash At The Beach '00 = Guerrera lost to the WCW Cruiserweight Champion Lt. Loco (Chavo Guerrero Jr).
- WCW Fall Brawl '00 = Guerrera, Rey Mysterio Jr, Konnan, Big Vito, "Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff, Disco Inferno, & Tygress fought in an Elimination match with Mark Jindrak, Sean O'Haire, Reno, Mike Sanders, Chuck Palumbo, Sean Stasiak, & Johnny the Bull. Guerrera was eliminated by O'Haire. The match went to a No-Contest due to Orndorff's injury.
- XPW Dismembered in November/Metalfest '00 (November 11) = Guerrera lost his XPW debut, being pinned by Kid Kaos.
- XPW New Year's Revolution '01 (January 13) = Guerrera and Kid Kaos fought to a No-Contest. Later in the night, Guerrera was beaten by Dynamite D in a Triangle match. Steve Rizzono was the other competitior.
- XPW Payback's a Bitch (February 3, '01) = Guerrera defeated Steve Rizzono.
- XPW My Bloody Valentine (February '01) = Guerrera forced Kid Kaos to submit.
- XPW The Night XPW Stood Still (March 17, '01) = Guerrera was beaten by the XPW World Champion Sabu in a Three-Way match. Kid Kaos was the other participant.
- NOAH GHC Junior Heavyweight Title Tournament (June '01) = Guerrera defeated Satoru Asako, then lost to Masamichi Marufuji. Yoshinobu Kanemaru won the tournament.
- Extreme Wrestling Live (September 21, '01) = Guerrera won over Psicosis.
- EMLL 68th Anniversary Show (September 28, 01) = Juventud & Fuerza Guerrara, Dr. Wagner Jr., & Universo 2000 won over Lizmark Jr., Negro Casas, Villano IV, & Black Tiger (Silver King) in a "Three Falls" match.
- XPW Halloween In Hell II (October 13, '01) = Guerrera won a "Loser Gets Oranges" Match over Psicosis.
- WWA Perth Show (October 19, '01) = Guerrera took down Psicosis.
- WWA Adelaide Show (October 21, '01) = Guerrera & Psicosis beat Lenny Lane & Lodi.
- WWA Canberra Show (October 23, '01) = Guerrera defeated Psicosis.
- WWA Woolongong Show (October 25, '01) = Guerrera & Konnan won over Psicosis & Norman Smiley.
- WWA Inception (October 26, '01) = Guerrera retained the WWA Cruiserweight Title, beating Psicosis in a "Ladder" match to move on in the WWAS Heavyweight Title Tournament. However, Guerrera was injured and was later replaced.
- WWA Melbourne Show (October 27, '01) = Guerrera stayed the WWA Cruiserweight Champ, beating Psicosis.
- XPW Los Angeles Show (November 24, '01) = Guerrera fell to Kraq & Angel.
- WWA Belfast Show (November 27, '01) = Guerrera defended the WWA Cruiserweight Title, taking down Psicosis.
- WWA Dublin Show (November 28, '01) = Guerrera again beat Psicosis to stay the WWA Cruiserweight Champ.
- WWA Burmingham Show (December 1, '01) = Guerrera defeated Psicosis to keep the WWA Cruiserweight Title.
- WWA London Show (December 3, '01) = Guerrera defended the Cruiserweight Title by beating Psicosis.
- WWA Manchester Show (December 5, '01) = Guerrera once again took down Psicosis in defense of his Cruiserweight strap.
- WWA Glasgow Show (December 8, '01) = Guerrera lost the Cruiserweight Title to Psicosis.
- WWA Newcastle Show (December 9, '01) = Guerrera was beaten by the Cruiserweight Champ, Psicosis.
- WWA Cardiff Show (December 11, '01) = Guerrera fell to the Cruiserweight Champ, Psicosis.
- EMLL Arena Mexico (December '01) = Guerrera, Nicho, Halloween, & Damien beat El Hijo del Santo, El Hombre Sin Nombre, Negro Casas, & Rey Misterio Jr.
- EMLL Arena Coliseo (January 29, '02) = Juventud, Fuerza Guerrera & Mascara Magica lost to Mr. Niebla, Antifaz del Norte & Safari.
- NOAH Budokan Hall (February 17, '02) = Guerrera fell to the NOAH GHC Junior Heavyweight Champion, Naomichi Marufuji.
- XPW Los Angeles Show (February 23, '02) = Guerrera took down Mosco de la Merced.
- WWA "Revolution" (February 24, '02) = Guerrera was beaten by Eddie Guerrero, who won the WWA International Cruiserweight Title. Psicosis was the other participant.
- NBW St. Petersburg Show (April 20, '02) = Guerrera won a "Five-Way" Match over Kid Romeo, Kamikaze, Justice and Nephtali.
- GHC Junior Heavyweight Title Tournament (May '02) = Guerrera fell in the first round to Makoto Hashi. Yoshinobu Kanemaru won the tournament.
- XPW Los Angeles Show (April 27, '02) = Guerrera & Vinny Massaro defeated Mexico's Most Wanted.
- PWI Yukiah Show (June 1, '02) = Guerrera & Tommy Drake were beaten by Michael Modest & Donovan Morgan.
- Madmar Entertainment Titusville Show (June '02) = Guerrera defeated Rocky Reynolds.
- WWA Quincy Show (June 15, '02) = Guerrera & Jeff Starr fought to a No-Contest with Chris Candido & Shockwave.
- XPW Pico Rivera Show (June 29, '02) = Guerrera & Vinny Massaro lost in the first round of the Tag-Team Tournament to Pogo the Clown & Juantastico.
- EMLL Arena Mexico PPV (July 14, '02) = Guerrera, Black Tiger & Averno took down El Hombre Sin Nombre, El Hijo del Anibal & Felino.
- XPW Philadelphia Show (August 31, '02) = Guerrera defeated Chris Chetti.
- XPW Philadelphia Show (October 5, '02) = Guerrera won over Julio Dinero.
- EMLL Cuernavaca Show (November 7, '02) = Guerrera, Marabunta Jr, Toxico & Zumbido beat Ricky Marvin, Skayde, Virus & Volador Jr.
- TWA Bournemouth Show (November 25, '02) = Guerrera took down the Zebra Kid. Later on, Guerrera, Christian Eckstein & the Shooting Star fell to Phil Powers, Ricky Knight & the Zebra Kid.
- XPW New Year's Resolution (January 17, '03) = Guerrera defeated Danny Doring.
- XPW Aftermath (January 18, '03) = Guerrera lost a "Three Way" Match to Jerry Lynn. Psicosis was the other participant.
- XPW My Bloody Valentine '03 (February 14) = Guerrera beat Jonny Storm.
- FMLL Los Angeles Show (February 16, '03) = Guerrera, Acero Dorado & Maldad lost to Konnan, La Parka & Piloto Suicida.
- EMLL Cuernavaca Show (February 20, '03) = Guerrera & Mosco de la Merced defeated Super Crazy & Volador Jr.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #33, February 26, '03) = Guerrera was beaten by Jerry Lynn.
- EMLL Acapulco Show (March 5, '03) = Guerrera, Veneno & Violencia took down Black Warrior, Felino & Impacto.
- XPW Battle of the Burgh (March 8, '03) = Guerrera lost a "Four Way Elimination" Match to Jerry Lynn. Jonny Storm and Shark Boy were the other participants.
- FWA Broxbourne Show (March 16, '03) = Guerrera won the "XPW European Title Number-One Contender" Match over Jody Fleisch.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #36, March 19, '03) = Guerrera & Konnan won over Jerry Lynn & Jason Cross.
- FILL Monterrey Show (March 23, '03) = Guerrera, Damien & Zumbido fell to Angel del Espacio, Ricky Marvin & Volador Jr.
- FILL Monterrey Show (March 30, '03) = Guerrera, Black Tiger & Violencia lost, via DQ, to La Parka, Brazo de Plata & Tinieblas Sr.
- FILL Monterrey Show (April 6, '03) = Guerrera, Bestia Salvaje, Scorpio Jr & Sexy Boy were beaten by Felino, El Hijo de Anibal, Lizmark Jr. & Volador Jr.
- FWA Morecambe Show (April 21, '03) = Guerrera lost a "Three Falls" Match to the FWA Champ, Doug Williams.
- FWA Sudbury Show (April 26, '03) = Guerrera beat the Zebra Kid.
- FWA Newport Show (April 28, '03) = Guerrera defeated Chris Hamrick.
- EMLL Arena Coliseo Show (May 6, '03) = Juventud, Fuerza Guerrera & Super Crazy won over Brazo de Oro, Tony Rivera & Safari.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #60, September 3, '03) = In the Super X Tournament, Guerrera defeated Nosawa and Teddy Hart, then lost in the finals to Chris Sabin.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #61, September 17, '03) = Guerrera, Frankie Kazarian & Eric Young were beaten by Chris Sabin, Michael Shane & Nosawa.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #62, September 24, '03) = Guerrera lost an "X Division Elimination" Match to Jerry Lynn. Chris Sabin, Frankie Kazarian and Nosawa were the other participants.
- NOAH Budokan Hall (November 1, '03) = Guerrera & Ricky Marvin lost to the NOAH GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Champs, Naomichi Marufuji & Kenta.
- AAA Guerra de Titanes '03 (November 30) = Guerrera & the Headhunters fell to El Hijo del Solitario, Electro Shock, & Televisa Deportes.
- NOAH Budokan Hall (January 10, '04) = Guerrera beat Yasuhiro Suzuki.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #78, January 28, '04) = Guerrera, Hector Garza, Abismo Negro & Mr. Aguila won over Matt Stryker, Eric Young, Chad Collyer & Shark Boy.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #80, February 11, '04) = Guerrera beat Chris Sabin. Later on, Guerrera & Abismo Negro won over Jerry Lynn & Sonjay Dutt. Finally, Guerrera, Negro, Hector Garza & Mr. Aguila fought in an "Elimination" Match against Lynn, Sabin, Dutt & Elix Skipper. Guerrera was the sole 'survivor', winning his team the America's X Cup.
- Monterrey Show (February 15, '04) = Guerrera, Monster & Sergio Romo Jr were beaten by Alebrije, Silver Star & Latin Lover.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #82, February 25, '04) = In a dark match, Guerrera defeated Petey Williams. Later on, Guerrera lost a "Three Way" Match to Petey Williams. Jerry Lynn was the other participant.
- NWA-TNA PPV (Show #84, March 10, '04) = Guerrera defeated Petey Williams. Later on, Guerrera & Abismo Negro beat Jack Evans & Teddy Hart. Finally, Guerrera, Negro, Hector Garza & Mr. Aguila won an "Elimination" Match over Williams, Evans, Hart & Johnny Devine to retain the America's X Cup.
- AAA Rey de Reyes '04 (March 21) = Guerrera, Mr. Aguila, Charley Manson, & Cibernetico won, via DQ, over Heavy Metal, Octagon, Gronda, & Zorro.
- AAA Guerra de Titanes '04 (December 5) = Guerrera, Charley Manson, Mr. Aguila, & Chessman were beaten by Electro Shock, Zorro, Gronda, & Intocable.
- Zero-One Hustle VII (February 11, '05) = Guerrera & Leonardo Spanky took down Super Crazy & the Monster J.
- AAA TripleMania XIII (May 15, '05) = Guerrera, Luzbel, & Zorro won, via DQ, over Al Katrazz, Apocalypse, & Predator.
- WWE Great American Bash '05 (July 24) = The Mexicools (Juventud, Psicosis, & Super Crazy) defeated the blue World order (Stevie Richards, Nova, & the Blue Meanie).
- WWE No Mercy '05 (October 9) = Guerrera won the WWE Cruiserweight Title from Nunzio.
- WWE Survivor Series '05 (November 27) = In a dark match, Guerrera, as the Cruiserweight Champion, beat Simon Dean.
- WWE Armageddon '05 (December 18) = Guerrera lost the Cruiserweight Title to Kid Kash.
- AAA Verano de Escandalo '06 (September 17) = Guerrera, Crazy Boy, Psicosis II, & Joe Lider defeated Chessman, Cuervo, Escoria, & Ozz. Later on, Guerrera, Crazy Boy, & Lider fell to Samoa Joe, AJ Styles, & Low-Ki.
- AAA TripleMania XV (July 15, '07) = Juventud lost a "Street Fight" Match to Fuerza Guerrera.
- AAA Verano de Escandalo '07 (September 16) = Guerrera, Joe Lider, Crazy Boy, & Extreme Tiger beat Antifaz del Norte, Mr. Niebla, Histeria, & Psicosis.
- AAA Rey de Reyes '08 (March 16) = Guerrera lost a "Ladder" Match to Extreme Tiger. Teddy Hart, Joe Lider, Chessman, and Halloween were the other participants.

Title Summary:
- WWA (Mexico) World Lightweight Champion (10/1993 - 11/30/1994)
- Mexican National Tag-Team Champion w/ Fuerza Guerrera (12/02/1994 - 6/01/1995)
- WWA (Mexico) World Lightweight Champion(2) (3/02/1995 - 6/16/1995)
- WWA (Mexico) World Tag-Team Champion w/ Fuerza Guerrera (3/02/1995 - 9/1995)
- WWA (Mexico) World Trios Champion w/ Fuerza Guerrera and Psicosis (4/30/1995 - 9/1995)
- Mexican National Tag-Team Champion(2) w/ Fuerza Guerrera (9/18/1995 - 12/1995)
- WWA World Welterweight Champion (4/28/1996 - 7/20/1996)
- Mexican National Tag-Team Champion(3) w/ Fuerza Guerrera (1996 - 8/1996)
- WCW World Cruiserweight Champion (1/08/1998 - 1/15/1998)
- WCW World Cruiserweight Champion(2) (8/08/1998 - 9/14/1998)
- WCW World Cruiserweight Champion(3) (11/16/1998 - 11/22/1998)
- IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion (11/29/1999 - 12/06/1999)
- WCW World Tag-Team Champion w/ Rey Mysterio Jr (8/14/2000 - 9/18/2000)
- WWAS International Cruiserweight Champion (10/19/2001 - 10/26/2001)
- WWAS International Cruiserweight Champion(2) (10/26/2001 - 12/08/2001)
- XLAW Junior Heavyweight Champion (10/03/2004 - 5/04/2005)
- WWE(WCW) World Cruiserweight Champion(4) (10/09/2005 - 11/15/2005)
- WWE World Cruiserweight Champion(5) (11/22/2005 - 12/18/2005)
- Mexico National Atomicos Champion w/ Crazy Boy, Joe Lider, & Psicosis (11/18/2006 - 5/20/2007)

PWI Achievement Awards: (0 wins, 0 1st RUs, 0 2nd RUs, 1 3rd RU)
- 1998 Most Improved Wrestler, 3rd Runner-Up