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Juicio Final (1990)

Juicio Final (1990)
Octagón, winner of the main event match.
Promotion Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (EMLL)
Date December 14, 1990[1]
Attendance 18,000[1]
Venue Arena México[1]
City Mexico City, Mexico[1]
Event chronology
EMLL 57th Anniversary Show Juicio Final (1990) EMLL 58th Anniversary Show
Juicio Final chronology
First Juicio Final (1990) Juicio Final (1991)

Juicio Final (1990) (Spanish for "Final Justice") was a professional wrestling major show event produced by Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre (EMLL) that took place on December 14, 1990 in Arena Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico. It was the last major show produced by EMLL under that name as they were renamed Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) a few months later. The event featured at least five professional wrestling matches with different wrestlers involved in pre-existing scripted feuds or storylines. Wrestlers portrayed either heel characters (referred to as Rudos in Mexico) or face characters (Técnicos in Mexico) as they competed in wrestling matches with pre-determined outcomes.

The main event of Juicio Final was a three way, round-robin tournament between Octagón, Fuerza Guerrera and Huracán Ramírez II (not to be mistaken for the original Huracán Ramírez). The three men faced off against each other in singles matches until one man had scored two wins, eliminating himself from the match. The remaining two wrestlers faced each other in a Lucha de Apuesta match where both men would put their masks on the line. Guerra defeated both Octagón and Ramírez II, forcing those two men to wrestle for their masks in the main event. The final saw Octagón defeate Ramírez, forcing him to unmask in the middle of the ring.[2] Following the match Ramírez unmasked and revealed that his real name was "Name" as per Lucha Libre traditions.

The undercard featured an additional Lucha de Apuesta, this time with both competitors' hair on the line as El Dandy defeated El Satánico, which meant that Satánico was shaved bald after the match ended. The opening match of the show was a Six-man "Lucha Libre rules" tag team match where Atlantis teamed up with Rayo de Jalisco, Jr. and Ringo Mendoza to defeat the team of Fabuloso Blondy and Los Hermanas Dinamita (Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000) by two falls to one.


No. Results[1] Stipulations Times
1 Atlantis, Rayo de Jalisco, Jr. and Ringo Mendoza defeated Fabuloso Blondy and Los Hermanas Dinamita (Máscara Año 2000 and Universo 2000) – two falls to one. Six-man "Lucha Libre rules" tag team match Unknown
2 El Dandy defeated El Satánico[3] Lucha de Apuesta, hair vs. hair match 23:03
3 Fuerza Guerrera defeated Huracán Ramírez II Singles match 03:26
4 Fuerza Guerrera defated Octagón Singles match 05:23
5 Octagón defeated Huracán Ramírez II[2] Lucha de Apuesta, mask vs. mask match. As a result Huracán Ramírez II was forced to unmask after the match Unknown


  1. ^ a b c d e "EMLL Juicio Final 1990". December 14, 1990. Retrieved February 25, 2010. 
  2. ^ a b "AAA Luchadores - Technicos - Octagon". Retrieved 2009-02-28. 
  3. ^ "Grandes Figuras de la Lucha Libre". Satánico (in Spanish) (Portales, Mexico). November 2008. p. 55. 17. 
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