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The Mexican National Minis Championship, or Campeonata Nacional Mini as it’s known as in Spanish, is a wrestling championship exclusively for Mini or midget wrestlers. The title is a "national" level title, sanctioned by the "Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F." (the Mexican Boxing and Wrestling commission). The Mexican National Mini Championship has been defended exclusively in the Mexican wrestling promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA) since it was created in 1993.
Mascarita Sagrada 2000 is the current Mexican National Minis Champion, it is his second title reign and the 15th overall champion. Sagrada 2000 was also the 13th champion.
[…]: Title lineage unclear
|Espectirito||1||January 8, 1993||Querétaro||Defeats Mascarita Sagrada in a tournament final.|
|Mascarita Sagrada||1||April 16, 1993|
|Jerrito Estrada||1||February 4, 1994||Cuernavaca, Mexico|
|Octagoncito||1||March 26, 1994||Mérida, Mexico|
|Fuercita Guerrera||1||July 16, 1994||Mexico City, Mexico|
|Super Muñequito||1||August 23, 1994||Zacatecas, Mexico|
|Espectrito||2||July 26, 1996||Actopan, Hidalgo, Mexico|
|Mascarita Sagrada Jr.||1||September 14, 1996||Orizaba, Mexico|
|Vacant||1997||Title vacated when Mascarita Sagrada Jr. jumps to Promo Azteka|
|Octagoncito II||1||July 26, 1997||Tulancingo, Mexico||Defeats Pentagoncito in a tournament final|
|Mini Abismo Negro||1||April 16, 1993|
|Octagoncito II||1||May 5, 1999||Tecamac|
|Rocky Marvin||1||November 5, 2000||Monterey, Nuervo Leon|
|Mascarita Sagrada 2000||1||August 6, 2001||Leon, Mexico|
|Mini Abismo Negro||2||February 2, 2004||Zapopan|
|Mascarita Sagrada 2000||2||November 5, 2004||Veracruz, Mexico|