Mexican professional wrestler and manager, José Lothario, Died at 83

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Guadalupe Robledo was born on December 12, 1934, and died on November 6, 2018

He was a Mexican professional wrestler.

He was mostly known by the ring name of Jose Lothario.

He contended in the National Wrestling Alliance for a large portion of his career.

Lothario once had a losing dash of more than 500 matches.

On Christmas Day 1970, Lothario collaborated with Danny Miller to overcome The Infernos and win the NWA Florida Tag Team Championship.

In the storyline, the past victors, Dusty Rhodes, and Dick Murdoch had been deprived of the title.

His greatest fights were with Gino Hernandez, whom he crushed in a hair coordinate in November 1978, and El Gran Marcus.

Lothario wrestled in Florida and Texas and was a standout amongst the most well-known wrestlers in Houston Wrestling’s history.

He prepared Shawn Michaels in the 1980s, with Lothario later turning into Michaels’ director in the WWF in 1996, overseeing Michaels to winning his first WWF World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania XII.

At the In Your House 10: Mind Games pay per see in September 1996, Lothario squashed Jim Cornette.

Lothario kept on overseeing Michaels until Royal Rumble in January 1997.

Lothario quickly came back to WWF in January 1999 as a major aspect of a storyline including Michaels.

José Lothario passed away at 83 years old.

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