Toscano (wrestler)

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Birth name Oziel Toscano Jasso
Born (1973-12-20) December 20, 1973 (age 44)[1]
Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico[1]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Armando Fernandez
Baby Toscano
Tarzan Boy
Billed height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)[2]
Billed weight 93 kg (205 lb)[2]
Billed from Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico[2]
Trained by Blue Fish[1]
Debut November 27, 1993[1]

Oziel Toscano Jasso (born December 20, 1973) is a Mexican professional wrestler, or Luchador as they are known in Spanish, best known under the ring name Tarzan Boy and Toscano . Toscano currently works for Promociones MDA (MDA).[3] A different wrestler, also called Tarzan Boy, from mid-80's independents ASW and NWF, and a brief appearance in Global Wrestling Federation, is no relation.

Professional wrestling career

Tarzan Boy was initially trained as a "técnico" by Blue Fish and made his official debut on November 27, 1993, in Monterrey under the name Baby Toscano. He was turned rudo and aligned with Rey Bucanero and Último Guerrero to form Los Guerreros del Infierno.[4] Los Guerreros del Infierno feuded with Los Nuevos Infernales (Satánico, Averno, and Mephisto), the stable that Bucanero and Ultimo had recently abandoned.[4]

Tarzan was programmed with Satánico, while Bucanero and Último were programmed with Averno and Mephisto. The rudo turn proved to be a great move because Tarzan Boy was finally accepted as a headliner and the fans took to his heel turn since they had been booing him as a face. Tarzan later joined a couple of other stables. He joined La Furia del Norte with Héctor Garza, Perro Aguayo, Jr., and El Terrible; and later joined Los Perros del Mal with Perro Aguayo, Jr., Héctor Garza and others. During his career, Tarzan has won the hair of Satánico twice, Negro Casas, Pirata Morgan, Pierroth, Jr., and Brazo de Plata, among others.[5][6][7][8][9] He has lost his hair twice, once to Shocker on September 19, 2003, at the Arena México, and more recently to Naito in the main event of the 2009 Infierno en el Ring event.[10][11] Tarzan briefly worked for the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as Armando Fernandez in 1998 and 1999 on their Lucha libre oriented WWF Super Astros television program.[12]

On December 8, 2011, Toscano appeared at a press conference, where it was announced that he was joining CMLL's rival promotion Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA). With the announcement, in just 30 days, Toscano became the third CMLL worker, after Héctor Garza and El Texano, Jr., to leave the promotion for AAA.[13] Toscano made his AAA debut on December 16 at Guerra de Titanes, forming the stable El Consejo ("The Council") with former CMLL workers El Texano, Jr. and Máscara Año 2000, Jr.[14] On January 21, 2012, Mortiz and Semental joined El Consejo, which quickly established itself as a force opposing both tecnicos and rudos of AAA.[15][16] On February 10, El Consejo was joined by Argos.[17] El Consejo's first big match in AAA took place on March 18 at Rey de Reyes, where Toscano, El Texano, Jr. and Máscara Año 2000, Jr. defeated AAA representatives Dr. Wagner, Jr., Electroshock and Heavy Metal, following interference from the stable's newest member, El Hombre de Negro.[18] On May 19, Toscano, El Texano, Jr. and Máscara Año 2000, Jr. defeated Los Psycho Circus (Monster Clown, Murder Clown and Psycho Clown), following another interference from El Hombre de Negro, to win the AAA World Trios Championship.[19] On June 16, El Hombre de Negro unmasked and revealed himself as Máscara Año 2000.[20] On December 21, Toscano seemingly quit El Consejo, after inadvertently costing the stable a non-title match against Los Psycho Circus, after which he came to blows with El Texano, Jr.[21] However, he later claimed to still be a part of El Consejo, claiming that his problems were with the group's new leader, Silver King, while also trying to convince El Texano, Jr. and Máscara Año 2000, Jr. to take his side in the matter.[22] On February 18, 2013, El Consejo lost the AAA World Trios Championship back to Los Psycho Circus, when Toscano turned on El Texano, Jr.[23] Toscano then formed a partnership with Alan Stone and El Elegido, named Los Mirreyes.[24]

In 2014 he left AAA and started to work for International Wrestling Revolution Group on a regular basis, while also working in various promotions across Mexico.[25] His last match for IWRG took place in Arena Naucalpan at September 11, 2016.[26]

Championships and accomplishments

Luchas de Apuestas record

Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes
Tarzan Boy, Humberto Garza Jr. and El Regio (hair) Los Ku Klux Klan (masks)
(I, II and III)
Monterrey Live event June 5, 1995 [1]
Tarzan Boy, Humberto Garza Jr. and El Regio (hair) Los Ku Klux Klan (hair)
(I, II and III)
Monterrey Live event June 19, 1995 [1]
Tarzan Boy (hair) El Monje Loco (mask) Monterrey Live event 1997 [1]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Jaibo Flores, Jr. (hair) Houston, Texas Live event December 9, 1997 [31]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Pirata Morgan (hair) Nuevo Laredo, Tamps. Live event December 22, 1997 [1]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Andy Barrow (hair) Unknown Live event 1999 [32]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Pimpinela Escarlata (hair) Monterrey Live event February 14, 1999 [32]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Zapatista (mask) Monterrey Live event July 19, 1999 [Note 2][32]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Pimpinela Escarlata (hair) Monterrey Live event November 15, 1999 [32]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Angel O Demonio (mask) Tlalnepantla, Mexico State Live event December 27, 1999 [1]
Tarzan Boy (hair) El Satánico (hair) Mexico City CMLL Live event February 25, 2000 [5][33]
Tarzan Boy (hair) El Satánico (hair) Puebla, Puebla CMLL Live event July 17, 2000 [1][33]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Brazo de Plata (hair) Mexico City Sin Piedad (2001) December 14, 2001 [6][34]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Negro Casas (hair) Mexico City CMLL 69th Anniversary Show September 13, 2002 [7][35]
Shocker (hair) Tarzan Boy (hair) Mexico City CMLL 70th Anniversary Show September 19, 2003 [10][36]
Los Guerreros del Infierno (hair)
(Rey Bucanero and Tarzan Boy)
Los Perros del Mal (hair)
(Damián 666 and Mr. Águila)
Mexico City, Mexico 50. Aniversario de Arena México April 28, 2006 [37][38]
Tarzan Boy (hair) Pierroth, Jr. (hair) Mexico City CMLL Live event December 30, 2006 [Note 3][8]
Heavy Metal (hair) Toscano (hair) Mexico City Super Viernes May 23, 2008 [Note 4][9][39]
Naito (hair) Toscano (hair) Mexico City Infierno en el Ring (2009) July 31, 2009 [11]
Toscano (hair) Veneno (hair) Naucalpan, State of Mexico Live event December 7, 2014 [40]
Danny Casas (hair) Toscano (hair) Naucalpan, State of Mexico IWRG 20th Anniversary Show January 3, 2016 [41]
Toscano (hair) Danny Casas (hair) Naucalpan, State of Mexico Festival de las Máscaras (2016) June 5, 2016 [Note 5][42]


  1. ^ Despite CMLL's use of the NWA initials for some of its titles, it isn't an NWA affiliate, nor has it been since the 1980s. As a result, the National Wrestling Alliance no longer recognizes or sanctions any CMLL title still bearing the NWA initials.
  2. ^ Triangle Match also involving Pierroth Jr.
  3. ^ Steel cage match that also included with Atlantis, Último Guerrero, Damián 666, Mr. Águila, Pierroth II and Hijo De Pierroth.
  4. ^ Triangle match that also included Perro Aguayo, Jr..
  5. ^ Both men had lost a four-man Steel cage match earlier in the night.


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