Mascarita Dorada, the ring name of a Mexican enmascarado Luchador, or professional masked wrestler who works in the Mini-Estrella department, is comparable to midsize wrestling. He is also known for his tenure in WWE as El Torito. From 2000 to 2007, he worked as Mascarita Sagrada at Asistencia Asesoría y Administración, taking over after Mascarita Sagrada originally left AAA. In 2007, he left AAA to join Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre, he changed his name to Mascarita Dorada. After leaving CMLL in 2011, he began wrestling for El Hijo del Santo under the stage name Mascarita Plateada, and returned to AAA under the stage name Mascarita Dorada. He is a former Mexican National Doubles Mini-Estrella Champion and co-holder of the AAA Mascot Tag Team championship with Máscara Sagrada.
|Born||February 19, 1982, Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico|
|Ring name(s)||El Torito, El Charrito, El Duende #2, El Lobo, Mascarita Dorada, Mascarita Sagrada 2000, Mascarita Plateada, Santocito, Speedy Gonzalez|
|Billed from||Plaza de Toros|
|Trained by||Indio Vitel|
|Debut||January 4, 2000|
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|IMDb||Mascarita Dorada's IMDb|
Mexican luchador standing at 4'5" who signed with WWE under the ring name El Torito in 2013. He previously performed in the Mini-Estrella division in the Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion and Mascarita Sagrada promotions.
He was born in Guadalajara and trained under Indio Vitela before making his wrestling debut in 2000.
He appeared in the 2006 Jack Black comedy Nacho Libre as a member of the Los Duendes group of wrestlers.
His real name has been kept a secret. He has brothers who are also wrestlers, performing under the ring names Novillerto and Misteriocito.
He defeated Fandango in his first WWE Royal Rumble match in January 2014.
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- Mini-Estrella wrestlers
- Foreign professional wrestlers
- Professional wrestlers from Jalisco
- Mexican professional wrestler
- Wrestler wearing a mask
Latest information about Mascarita Dorada updated on May 16 2021.