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Sammy Guevara (July 28, 1993) is an American professional wrestler. As of 2017 he is working for Aro Lucha. Guevara has also worked in major promotions including WWE and Impact Wrestling between 2015 and 2017. He has also appeared in numerous independent promotions including Evolve, Full Impact Pro, International Wrestling Cartel and Pro Wrestling Guerilla.

Professional wrestling career

Early years

Guevara described himself as "a skinny half-Cuban kid", with "high hopes and no real understanding of how the pro wrestling world worked", when he started training in Booker T's Reality of Wrestling in Houston, Texas. He was immediately fascinated with professional wrestling at an early age after watching WWE Hall of Famer Shawn Michaels perform a moonsault on television. Not long after he completed his training through Booker T's wrestling school, Guevara began networking. After a period of difficulty, he began landing bookings outside the state of Texas. Travelling solely by bus, he accomplished meeting his booking dates and promoting his talent. His first match was however in Texas for River City Wrestling on January 6, 2013, where he competed in a Six-Man Gauntlet match. His second match during January 2013 was in NWA Wrestling Revolution, in a singles match won by Erik Shadows. He debuted in the Georgia-based Anarchy Wrestling during its February 23 Anarchy TV Taping in a match won by Seth Delay. He returned to Anarchy Wrestling on May 25 during its TV Taping in a Triple Threat match, defeating Kharn Alexander and William Roberts. He made his next debut on July 13 in Texas Stampede Wrestling defeating Low Rider. He then traveled to White Oak, Pennsylvania to make his debut in International Wrestling Cartel on July 20 at IWC Proving Ground 2: The Young Talent Initiative in a match won by Facade. Guevara made his first international show debut in Germany on November 2 for New European Championship Wrestling (NEW) at Only The Strongest in a singles match for a NEW Contract but was defeated by Tommy Blue Eyes.

During 2014, Guevara returned to IWC where he competed for the Number One Contendership for the IWC Super Indy Title. He also had the previlege of wrestling Zema Ion, known in Impact Wrestling as DJ Z while both men were in IWC.

Inspire Pro Wrestling (2013-2017)

Guevara next debuted on October 13, 2013 in Inspire Pro Wrestling at The Quick & The Dead teaming with Barrett Brown against The Dagger Brothers (Kevin Dagger & Mike Dagger).

He returned to Inspire Pro Wrestling where he competed for the Inspire Pro Junior Crown Championship on two occasions, beginning at Inspire Pro No Room To Die, in a Gauntlet Match won by Ricky Starks and later at Inspire Pro In Their Blood where defeated Barrett Brown and defending champion Ricky Starks in a Three-Way Ladder Match to win the title. This marked Guevara's first championship. He went on to successfully defend the title at Inspire Pro No Turning Back against Erik Shadows. He returned on August 9, 2015 at Inspire Pro Fade To Black where he won the Inspire Pro Junior Crown Title from Steve'O Reno. On January 17, 2016, Guevara challenged Ricky Starks for the Inspire Pro Championship at Inspire Pro Ecstasy Of Gold III but did not succeed in winning the title. On April 22 at Inspire Pro Splendor In The Smash, Guevara lost the Junior Crown Title to Andy Dalton in a Triple-Threat Ladder match involving Steve'O Reno. On March 26, 2017 at Ecstasy Of Gold 4, he challenged for the Inspire Pro Pure Prestige Championship in a Three-Way match against former WWE NXT superstar Sami Callihan and defending champion Keith Lee. Neither Guevara or Callihan succeeded in winning the title. At License To Death Wish however, Guevara successfully defeated Keith Lee to win his second championship in his career. At Fade To Black, Guevara lost the Pure Prestige Title to Ring of Honor's ACH in a Five-Way match involving Jeff Cobb, Matthew Palmer and MASADA.

WWE (2015)

Guevara made his debut on April 7, 2015 edition of WWE Main Event teaming with Laredo Kid under the ring name Tony Guevara forming Team Guevara in a dark match won by Los Matadores (Diego & Fernando).

Full Impact Pro (2016-2017)

On May 27, 2016 at Accelerate, Guevara's debut match was a victory over former WWE NXT wrestler Jody Kristofferson. At All Or Nothing, Guevara wrestled and lost to AR Fox.

Guevara returned on January 8, 2017 at Everything Burns, where he wrestled in a Battle Royal for an FIP contract but was won by Teddy Stigma

Impact Wrestling (2017)

Guevara debuted during the July 3rd edition of Xplosion, teaming with Davey Richards in a tag match won by Drago & Taiji Ishimori. The following night during the July 4th edition of Impact, Guevara participated in the 2017 Super X Cup Tournament where he was eliminated by Drago in the first round.

EVOLVE (2017)

On January 28, Guevara debuted in EVOLVE 77, where and Jason Kincaid wrestled a tag match won by Catch Point (Chris Dickinson & Jaka). He returned on March 31 at EVOLVE 81 to face team Catch Point along with Tracy Williams in a six-man tag team match, teaming with Kincaid and Austin Theory.

Major League Wrestling (2017-2018)

On December 7, Guevara made his MLW debut at Never Say Never, defeating Jason Cade.

Guevara returned on January 11, 2018 at Zero Hour in a match won by Darby Allin.

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (2017-present)

On September 2, Guevara appeared during the second night of the 2017 Battle Of Los Angeles tournament, where he eliminated Joey Janela to advance during the First Round. The following night, he was eliminated in the Quarter Finals by Jeff Cobb.

Guevara returned the following year on January 12, 2018 at Mystery Vortex V where he defeated Rey Fenix.

Aro Lucha (2017-present)

Joining the roster in 2017, Guevara debuted on the December 10 edition of Aro Lucha in a match defeating former WWE and Impact Wrestling superstar MVP by disqualification.

In wrestling

  • Nicknames
  • "The Best Ever"
  • "Mr.Moneys Worth"
  • "Jesus of Wrestling"

Championships and accomplishments

  • Inspire Pro Junior Crown Championship (2 times)
  • Other Titles
  • TCW Cruiserweight Championship
  • TOP Cruiserweight Championship
  • XWA Heavyweight Championship
  • HTX Division Championship
  • RCW International Championship (2 times)
  • RCW Phoenix Championship (2 times)

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