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Juan Conrado Aguilar Jáuregui (November 26, 1958 – January 15, 2006), better known by his ring name El Texano, was a Mexican professional wrestler. From the early 1970s to the early 2000s, he wrestled under masked and unmasked monikers for various promotions including Universal Wrestling Association (UWA), World Class Championship Wrestling (WCCW), and World Championship Wrestling (WCW), and Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL). His son Juan Aguilar Leos wrestles under the name El Texano, Jr..


Aguilar is perhaps best known as part of a lucha libre trio known as Los Misioneros de la Muerte (Missionaries of Death). Composed of El Signo, Negro Navarro, and Aguilar as El Texano, a cowboy themed character, the groundbreaking team performed together throughout the 1980s and eventually broke the trio style into main event status.

Later on that decade, Texano was paired up with César Cuauhtémoc González, better known as Silver King, to create Los Cowboys. The duo became Mexico's premiere tag team, feuding with Los Villanos, among others, and achieving UWA and WWA World Tag Team title reigns.

Los Cowboys later worked for the Universal Group in Japan, where they feuded with the likes of the Brasos, the Villanos, El Gran Hamada and Perro Aguayo, and Santo Jr. and Kendo.

Performing as Silver King II, Aguilar again teamed with González at WCW's Clash of the Champions XIX, fighting a losing effort to the Fabulous Freebirds. The following year, the duo entered CMLL where they won tag team gold again.


Throughout much of 2005, Aguilar had been in poor health and complained of difficulty breathing, indigestion, and overall malaise. On November 10 that year, he was hospitalized in the intensive care wing at Hospital Obregon. He'd reportedly put on substantial weight and was adamant about "not using steroids or any junk."

Finally, on the evening of January 15, 2006, Aguilar was rushed to the hospital in Guadalajara, Jalisco, for emergency surgery. At the age of 47, he was pronounced dead upon arrival due to lung and respiratory failure.

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

  • Mexico National Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Pirata Morgan
  • IWA World Tag Team Champion (1 time) - with Silver King
  • PWI ranked him #342 of the 500 best singles wrestlers during the PWI Years in 2003.
  • PWI ranked him #68 of the 100 best tag teams during the PWI Years with Silver King in 2003.

Lucha de Apuesta record

Wager Winner Loser Location Date Notes
Hair El Texano El Signo Naucalpan, Mexico State Unknown  
Hair El Texano Babe Face Naucalpan, Mexico State Unknown  
Hair El Texano El Estudiante Unknown Unknown  
Hair El Texano Gran Hamada Unknown Unknown  
Hair El Texano El Tacaño Unknown Unknown  
Hair El Texano El Impacto Unknown Unknown  
Hair Solar El Texano Unknown Unknown  
Hair Super Astro El Texano Unknown Unknown  
Mask Brazo de Oro El Texano Naucalpan, Mexico State 01977-12-04December 4, 1977  
Mask& Hair Dr. Wagner and El Texano Robot C-3 and Astro Rey Naucalpan, Mexico State 01980-03-16March 16, 1980 Finals of a losers advance tag team tournament
Hair Gran Hamada, Enrique Vera & Kobayashi El Signo, El Texano & Negro Navarro Naucalpan, Mexico State 01981-06-07June 7, 1981  
Hair El Signo, El Texano & Negro Navarro Takano, Saito & Kobayashi Mexico City, Mexico 01982-06-13June 13, 1982  
Hair Villaño III El Texano Mexico City, Mexico 01982-08-15August 15, 1982
Hair Perro Aguayo El Texano Tijuana, Baja California 01983-07-15July 15, 1983  
Hairs El Signo, El Texano and Negro Navarro El Dandy, Talismán and Jerry Estrada Mexico City, Mexico 01986-09-05September 5, 1986  
Hair Ringo Mendoza, Américo Rocca and Tony Salazar El Signo, El Texano and Negro Navarro Mexico City, Mexico 01986-09-19September 19, 1986  
Hair Satánico El Texano Mexico City, Mexico 01988-08-16August 16, 1988  
Masks Los Cowboys
(Silver King & El Texano)
Can-Am Express
(Doug Furnas & Dan Kroffat)
Naucalpan, Mexico State 01992-07-12July 12, 1992  
Hair El Texano Black Power Puebla, Puebla 01992-10-19October 19, 1992  
Masks Los Cowboys
(Silver King & El Texano)
Los Crazy Stars
(Crazy Star I & Crazy Star II)
Naucalpan, Mexico State 01992-11-08November 8, 1992  
Hair El Texano Crazy Star I Puebla, Puebla 01992-11-30November 30, 1992  
Hair El Texano Scorpio Naucalpan, Mexico State 01993-08-08August 8, 1993  
Hair Ricky Santana El Texano Mexico City, Mexico 01994-09-30September 30, 1994  
Hair Ricky Santana El Texano Bayamón, Puerto Rico 01998-08-01August 1, 1998  
Hair Perro Aguayo Jr. El Texano Tijuana, Baja California 02000-05-19May 19, 2000  
Hair El Zorro El Texano Tijuana, Baja California 02001-11-30November 30, 2001 Relevos suicidas match against Pirata Morgan and Príncipe Arandú
Hair Randy El Texano Torreón, Coahuila 02002-04-19April 19, 2002 Texano was injured so his son Kempo Kid wrestled for him, but Texano had his hair shaved
Hair Delfin El Texano Culiacán 02003-03-21March 21, 2003 Cage match
Hair El Texano Salsero Reynosa, Tamaulipas 02003-06-10June 10, 2003  
Hair Intocable El Texano Orizaba, Veracruz 02004-05-15May 15, 2004 Cage match that also included Intocable and La Fiera
Hair Super Parka El Texano Tijuana, Baja California 02005-03-25March 25, 2005 Cage match that also included Antifaz del Norte, Rey Misterio, Satánico, Villano III & Solar

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