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The Mexican National Middleweight Championship, or Campeonata Nacional Medio as it’s known as in Spanish, is a wrestling championship for "Middleweight" wrestlers. The title is a "national" level title, a mid-card title that’s sanctioned by the "Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F." (the Mexican Boxing and Wrestling commission). The Mexican National Middleweight Championship has been defended exclusively in the Mexican wrestling promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) since AAA was founded in 1992.

Note: The title is at times referred to as the "Mexico National Middleweight Championship" but the proper English translation is "Mexican", as in "it comes from Mexico".

Current Champion

Octagón is the current Mexican National Middleweight Champion, it is his fourth title reign and the 60th overall champion. Octagón was also the 45th, 57th and 51th champion.

Championship History

[…]: Title lineage unclear

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Yaqui Joe 1 1933    
[…]
Octavio Gaona 1 February 6, 1938 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats Black Guzmán.
Firpo Segra 1 September 2, 1938 Mexico City, Mexico  
Octavio Gaona 2 Mexico City, Mexico  
Tarzán López 1 February 9, 1939 Mexico City, Mexico  
Vacant December 16, 1941 Lopez vacates the title to focus on regaining the NWA World Middleweight Championship
Murciélago Velázquez 1 May 24, 1942 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats Octavio Gaona in a tournament final.
El Santo 1 March 19, 1943 Mexico City, Mexico  
Bobby Bonales 1 June 1, 1943 Mexico City, Mexico  
El Santo 2 October 8, 1943 Mexico City, Mexico  
Tarzán López 2 April 1, 1944 Mexico City, Mexico
Vacant April 8, 1944 Lopez vacates the title as he already holds the NWA World Middleweight Championship
El Santo 3 May 31, 1944 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats Tuffy Truesdale in a tournament final.
Bobby Bonales 2 June 1, 1945 Mexico City, Mexico  
Gory Guerrero 1 September 25, 1945    
Vacant May 28, 1949 Guerrero vacates the title when he wins the NWA World Middleweight Championship
El Santo 4 May 31, 1956 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats El Gladiator in a tournament final
Karloff Lagarde 1 March 24, 1961 Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo  
El Santo 5 June 28, 1963 Mexico City, Mexico  
René Guajardo 1 June 22, 1967 Mexico City, Mexico  
Vacant May 28, 1949 Guajardo vacates the title when he wins the NWA World Middleweight Championship
Karloff Lagarde 2 December 14, 1967 Pachuca de Soto, Hidalgo Defeats Apolo Curiel in a tournament final
Humberto Garza 1 February 25, 1968 Monterrey, Nuevo León  
Alberto Muñoz 1 March 9, 1968 Guadalajara, Guadalajara  
René Guajardo 2 November 20, 1969 Guadalajara, Guadalajara  
Ciclón Veloz, Jr. 1 April 6, 1971 Guadalajara, Guadalajara  
Adorable Rubí 1 December 14, 1973 Mexico City, Mexico  
Aníbal 1 June 28, 1974 Mexico City, Mexico  
Vacant September 20, 1974 Aníbal vacates the title when he wins the NWA World Middleweight Championship
Ringo Mendoza 1 November 29, 1974 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats Aníbal in a tournament final
Perro Aguayo 1 February 28, 1977 Mexico City, Mexico  
Vacant March 11, 1977 Perro Aguayo vacates the title when he wins the NWA World Middleweight Championship
José Luis Mendieta 1 April 15, 1977 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats Rubi Ruvalcaba in a tournament final
Sangre Chicana 1 November 19, 1977 Mexico City, Mexico  
Vacant March 1979 Sangre Chicana vacates the title
Cachorro Mendoza 1 June 8, 1979 Mexico City, Mexico Unknown who Cachorro Mendoza wins to lift the vacant title
El Satánico 1 October 19, 1979 Mexico City, Mexico  
Vacant March 28, 1980 El Satánico vacates the title when he wins the NWA World Middleweight Championship
Ringo Mendoza 2 June 6, 1980 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats El Satanico in a tournament final
El Faraón 1 December 5, 1980 Mexico City, Mexico  
Vacant April 1981 El Faraón vacates the title
Solar 1 May 29, 1981 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats Cachorro Mendoza in a tournament final
El Satánico 2 October 23, 1981 Mexico City, Mexico  
Lizmark 1 February 19, 1982 Acapulco de Juárez  
Espectro, Jr. (2nd version) 1 March 3, 1983 Cuernavaca, Morelos  
Lizmark 2 May 28, 1983 Puebla, Puebla  
Vacant June 3, 1983 Lizmark vacates the title when he wins the NWA World Middleweight Championship
Ultraman 1 August 12, 1983 Mexico City, Mexico Defeats Águila Solitaria in a tournament final.
Jerry Estrada 1 March 4, 1984 Mexico City, Mexico  
Atlantis 1 November 30, 1984 Mexico City, Mexico  
Talismán 1 March 2, 1986 Mexico City, Mexico  
Mogur 1 November 30, 1986 Mexico City, Mexico  
El Satánico 2 January 31, 1988 Mexico City, Mexico  
El Dandy 1 September 28, 1988    
Javier Cruz 1 July 26, 1990 Cuernavaca, Morelos  
Emilio Charles. Jr. 1 August 30, 1990 Cuernavaca, Morelos  
Octagón 1 November 20, 1990 Mexico City, Mexico  
Blue Panther 1 July 24, 1992 León, Guanajuato
Octagón 2 April 30, 1994 Veracruz, Veracruz
Blue Panther 2 May 27, 1994 Tijuana, Baja California Awarded the title by default. Octagón was unable to defend due to injury.
El Hijo del Santo 1 January 26, 1996 Tijuana, Baja California  
Fuerza Guerrera 1 September 15, 1996 Saltillo, Coahuila  
Octagón 3 January 29, 1997 Naucalpan, México  
Pentagón (2nd version) 1 March 28, 1997 Nezahualcóyotl, México  
Abismo Negro 1 May 19, 1998 Tlalnepantla de Baz, México  
Espectro, Jr. (2nd version) 2 January 27, 1999 Ecatepec de Morelos, México  
Máscara Sagrada, Jr. 1 June 17, 1999 Toluca, México  
Espectro, Jr. (2nd version) 3 July 8, 1999 Toluca, México  
Pimpinela Escarlata 1 April 27, 2001 Querétaro, Querétaro  
Psicosis (2nd version) 1 August 13, 2002 Huamantla, Tlaxcala  
Vacant August 3, 2005 Psicosis was stripped of the title for defending in a Hardcore Wrestling match against Histeria.
Zumbido 1 January 29, 2006 Salamanca, Guanajuato Defeats Histeria in a tournament final.
Octagón 4 July 15, 2006 Torreón, Coahuila  

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