- Mexico City, Mexico
- 5′ 9″
- 170 lbs
- Signature Moves
- Juvi Splash, Juvi Driver
A staple of WCW's Cruiserweight division throughout the 90's and the year 2000, Juventud Guerrera looked to bring his high flying style to Preston in spring 2014 for Supershow 4.
“Juvi” wouldn't see a victory during his first two outings that weekend, first coming up short in a Fatal 4 Way encounter against Martin Kirby, Dean Allmark and Danny Hope and then teaming with Mad Man Manson, Al Snow and Danny Hope in a losing effort against Team Single and Joey Hayes. He would however would bounce back with a handicap victory over Bubblegum later that weekend, in affiliation with Mad Man Manson, Uhaa Nation, Al Snow and Hurricane.
The former WCW/WWE Cruiserweight Champion and IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion proved he hadn't missed a step during his time away from national coverage, stunning fans with his performances just like he had in the years prior.