Edmundo Ibaes Salas is a Mexican luchador, or professional wrestler, best known under the ring name Fantasma de la Quebrada (Spanish for "the Ghost of the Broken"). Ibaes is no the first wrestler to use the name, the original Fantasma de la Quebrada was active from the 1960s until the 1970s and was a good friend of Ibaes father and he gave Ibaes permission to use the name as well.
Professional wrestling career
Edmundo Ibaes made his professional wrestling debut in 1986, taking the ring name Fantasma de la Quebrada with permission from the original Fantasma de la Quebrada who was a good friend of Ibaes father. Ibaes worked on the Mexican independent circuit for many years until signing with Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) in the early 1990s. in June 1992 he participated in the tournament to crown a new Mexican National Welterweight Champion but lost to Ciclón Ramírez in the final. One month later Ibaes defeated Ramírez to win the championship, holding it only for about a month before losing it to Rey Misterio, Jr.. Ibaes only appeared at one of AAA's major shows, teaming with Marabunta, and Aullido in a losing effort against Giro, Colorado and Torero at TripleMania II-B. Since the late 1990s Ibaes worked mainly for independent promotions, keeping only a light wrestling schedule. In 2007 Ibaes was scheduled to lose a Luchas de Apuestas match and his mask to Pirata Morgan in 2007, but did not show up for the match, claiming to be injured. A year later Ibaes finally lost his mask to Hijo del Solitario in a cage match that also included Black Fish, Dos Caras, Shu el Guerrero, Super Muñeco, Black Man, Jr., Astro de Oro, Hijo de Cien Caras and Máscara Ságrada. After the match he introduced his son Fantasma de la Quebrada. Jr.
- Finishing moves
- La Quebrada (Springboard moonsault)
Championships and accomplishments
Lucha de Apuesta record
|Mask||Fantasma de la Quebrada||Ludwig Star||Acapulco, Guerrero||March 3, 2006|
|Mask||El Hijo del Solitario||Fantasma de la Quebrada||Acapulco, Guerrero||March 21, 2008||Last two wrestlers left in a multi-man cage match.|