Los Ingobernables

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Los Ingobernables
Los Ingobernables logo.jpg
Logo of Los Ingobernables
Stable
MembersSee below
Name(s)Los Indeseables[1]
Los Ingobernables[2]
Billed heightsCorleone:
1.97 m (6 ft 5 12 in)[3]
Escorpión:
1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[4]
Máscara:
1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)[5]
Naito:
1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)[6]
Pierroth/Bestia:
1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)
Rush:
1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)[7]
Sombra:
1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)[8]
Terrible:
1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)[9][10]
DebutApril 25, 2014[11]
Years active2014–present

Los Ingobernables (Spanish for "The Ungovernables") is a lucha libre, or Mexican professional wrestling, stable, based in the Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) promotion. It was formed in April 2014 by La Máscara, Rush and La Sombra, and has since become renowned as one of the top antagonistic groups in CMLL history. As members of the group, La Máscara has held the CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship and the CMLL World Tag Team Championship alongside Rush, while La Sombra has held the NWA World Historic Middleweight and Welterweight Championships. Through CMLL's working relationship with New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW), Tetsuya Naito joined the stable in 2015, eventually forming an offshoot group named Los Ingobernables de Japon in the Japanese promotion.

History[edit]

Throughout his career in Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL), Rush had been presented as a técnico or a "hero" character, but who had also occasionally showed villainous rudo tendencies during his matches. In mid-2013, this part of Rush's storyline was once again brought to the forefront as the crowd reaction to him grew more and more negative,[12][13] leading to him eventually being dubbed "the most hated wrestler in CMLL", despite still officially being a técnico.[14] Rush then formed a partnership with La Máscara, with whom he went on to win the Mexican National Trios Championship and the CMLL World Tag Team Championship.[15][16] Rush then started storyline rivalries with Negro Casas and Shocker,[14][17] as part of which Rush, La Máscara and Titán lost the Mexican National Trios Championship to Casas' La Peste Negra stable.[18] Meanwhile, longtime técnico La Sombra also began experiencing negative fan reactions due to his rival Volador Jr.'s recent turn to the técnico side.[19] The two storylines came together on April 25, 2014, when Rush, La Máscara and La Sombra first attacked Volador Jr. and then the trio of Casas, Shocker and Mr. Niebla.[11][20] Though the three effectively became rudos, with CMLL dubbing Rush and La Sombra in particular as the two most hated men in the promotion's recent history, they refused to acknowledge themselves as such, instead calling themselves "técnicos diferentes".[21] The trio was originally dubbed Los Indeseables ("The Undesirables"),[1][22] before being renamed Los Ingobernables ("The Ungovernables").[23] Officially Los Ingobernables had no leader with the members billed as equals, however, CMLL fans perceived Rush as the leader of the group.[24]

Founding member La Sombra

Following the official formation of Los Ingobernables, members of the trio continued their rivalries with Casas, Shocker and Volador Jr. On June 6, La Sombra faced Volador Jr. in a double title match, where the former's NWA World Historic Middleweight Championship and the latter's NWA World Historic Welterweight Championship were both on the line. In the end, following outside interference from both La Máscara and Rush, La Sombra was victorious, becoming a double champion.[25][26] On June 13, Rush and La Máscara lost the CMLL World Tag Team Championship to Casas and Shocker.[27] The rivalries both culminated on August 1 at El Juicio Final, where La Sombra lost the NWA World Historic Welterweight Championship back to Volador Jr., while Rush defeated Casas in a Lucha de Apuestas ("bet match"), forcing him to have his head shaved.[28] In late 2014, Rush began sporadically teaming with his former El Bufete del Amor stablemate Marco Corleone.[29] When Rush broke two bones in his ankle in November,[30] Corleone took his place by La Máscara and La Sombra's side, becoming the fourth member of Los Ingobernables.[2][31] Corleone remained a member of Los Ingobernables even after Rush's February 2015 return.[32]

While he was touring CMLL in May and June 2015, La Sombra's New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW) tag team partner Tetsuya Naito was made the fifth member of Los Ingobernables.[33][34] Upon his return to NJPW, Naito formed his own Los Ingobernables offshoot group, named Los Ingobernables de Japon.[6] On September 18, La Sombra was unmasked after losing to Atlantis in a Lucha de Apuestas at the 82nd Anniversary Show.[35] In early November, Rush and La Sombra began having issues with each other, which led to a singles match between the two on November 13, where Rush was victorious. After the match, the two founding members of Los Ingobernables made peace with each other.[36] It later turned out that this was La Sombra's final CMLL match as on November 19 it was announced that he had signed with WWE.[37][38]

Founding member Rush representing Los Ingobernables in January 2017

During the February 19 Super Viernes show, Rush, La Máscara and Corleone faced Atlantis, Valiente and Rush and Corleone's former Bufete del Amor partner Máximo Sexy in a six-man tag team match. After failing to get along with his partners throughout the match, Corleone stood up for Máximo as he was being brutalized by Rush and La Máscara, leading the two to turn on him and kick him out of Los Ingobernables.[39] On March 18 at the 2016 Homenaje a Dos Leyendas, Rush defeated Máximo Sexy in a Hair vs. Hair Lucha de Apuestas with help from his real-life father Pierroth,[40][41] who became the newest member of Los Ingobernables.[42] On April 8, La Máscara defeated Ángel de Oro to win the CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship.[43] On May 13, the three Los Ingobernables members were defeated by TGR (Rey Bucanero, Shocker and El Terrible) in a six-man tag team match, after which Rush and Pierroth turned on La Máscara and attacked him. After being saved by TGR, La Máscara announced he was quitting Los Ingobernables and challenged Rush to a Lucha de Apuestas.[44] Afterwards, Rush announced Los Ingobernables would continue with him and his father as its only two members.[24] On June 27, after weeks of teasing an alliance between Rush and Rey Escorpión,[45] Escorpión abandoned his Los Revolucionarios del Terror stable and officially joined Los Ingobernables.[46] On September 2, Rush and La Máscara reconciled, after the latter had lost his mask to Rush's real-life brother Dragon Lee.[47][48] Though it was initially left unclear as to what this meant for Los Ingobernables,[49] La Máscara eventually rejoined the stable, once again becoming its third member,[50] following Rey Escorpión's departure from CMLL.[51] On March 17, 2017, at Homenaje a Dos Leyendas, Pierroth lost his mask to Diamante Azul in a Lucha de Apuestas.[52][53]

On May 22, CMLL publicly fired La Máscara because of an incident, where his family had destroyed Último Guerrero's car over backstage politics.[54][55] With CMLL owning the rights to the Los Ingobernables name,[56] La Máscara went on to form his own version of the stable on the Mexican independent circuit, dubbed Ingober Independientes, with his cousin Máximo, who had been fired alongside him, and former Los Ingobernables member Rey Escorpión.[57] Shortly thereafter, Rush and Pierroth began teasing a new third member of Los Ingobernables.[58] At the same time, the two began being accompanied by a man wearing a La Sombra mask.[59][60] In September, Rush and Pierroth, with CMLL's blessing, began taking independent bookings with The Crash promotion, where they reunited with former stablemate La Máscara.[61][62]

On February 23, 2018, El Terrible joined Los Ingobernables. The Universal Championship was the start of a storyline between Los Ingobernables (El Terrible and La Bestia del Ring) and Los Hermanos Chavez (Ángel de Oro and Niebla Roja), as El Terrible cheated to defeat Niebla Roja with the held of La Bestia.[63] After several matches between the two sides, they all signed a contract for a Luchas de Apuestas match as the main event of CMLL's 2019 Homenaje a Dos Leyendas event.[64] On March 15, 2019 Los Hermanos Chavez defeated Los Ingobernables two falls to one, forcing both El Terrible and La Besia del Ring to have all their hair shaved off.

Reception[edit]

In April 2016, Dave Meltzer of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter wrote that the Los Ingobernables concept of having Rush, once a babyface rejected by Arena México crowds, turn heel and "embrace the negative", had made him a "far more effective headliner".[65]

Members[edit]

Rush and El Terrible in November 2018
Member Time
Marco Corleone November 14, 2014February 19, 2016
La Máscara April 25, 2014May 13, 2016
September 2, 2016May 22, 2017
May 3, 2019 – present
Pierroth/La Bestia del Ring March 18, 2016 – present
Rey Escorpión June 27, 2016September 18, 2016
Rush April 25, 2014 – present
La Sombra April 25, 2014November 13, 2015
El Terrible February 23, 2018 – present
Naito/Tetsuya Naito May 27, 2015 – present

Timeline[edit]

Los Ingobernables de Japon
Member Time Notes
Bushi November 21, 2015 – present Note
Jay Lethal February 20, 2016August 20, 2016 Note
Evil November 21, 2015 – present Note
Hiromu Takahashi December 10, 2016 – present Note
Sanada April 10, 2016 – present Note
Shingo Takagi October 8, 2018 – present Note
Rush November 21, 2015 – present Note
Tetsuya Naito November 21, 2015 – present Note
Truth Martini February 20, 2016 Note
Timeline

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

Luchas de Apuestas record[edit]

Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes
Rush (hair) Negro Casas (hair) Mexico City El Juicio Final August 1, 2014 [28]
Atlantis (mask) La Sombra (mask) Mexico City CMLL 82nd Anniversary Show September 18, 2015 [35]
Rush (hair) Máximo Sexy (hair) Mexico City Homenaje a Dos Leyendas March 18, 2016 [40]
Diamante Azul (mask) Pierroth (mask) Mexico City Homenaje a Dos Leyendas March 17, 2017 [52]
Pierroth (hair) Vangellys (hair) Mexico City Universal Championship finals July 14, 2017 [69]
Los Hermano Chavez (hair)
(Ángel de Oro and Niebla Roja)
Los Ingobernables (hair)
(El Terrible and La Bestia del Ring)
Mexico City Homenaje a Dos Leyendas March 15, 2019  

Notes[edit]

  • ^ Both CMLL and NJPW have referred to the members of Los Ingobernables de Japon as being part of Los Ingobernables when teaming with Rush in tag team matches.[70][71][72][73][74][75]

See also[edit]

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