Today brought terrible news to the Lucha libre community. Black Warrior’s best-known actor, Jesus Toral Lopez, has died at the age of 54. The cause of death is currently unknown. Earlier this morning, the news was independently confirmed by Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide and Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL), both of which Lopez competed for. Lopez’s family and friends are sent condolences from Wrestling Inc. during this trying time.
How did Black Warrior die?
On Tuesday, Jess Toral Lopez, better known as Black Warrior in the world of costalazos, passed away at 54.
The lagoon man’s employer, Arena Mamá-luchas, where he was employed as an instructor, and the Tepita-based enterprise Welcome To Mi Barrio, acknowledged his passing; however, no cause of death was given.
The message that his son released along with the parting letter to his father reads,
In a letter to his father, Junior Warrior said, “I love you, dad, I have no words, I am alone now here on earth because I know that in paradise, I have two magnificent angels, give a big hug to my brother and tell him how much I love him.”
“You have and always will have my best respect. Sometimes I wish I could control everything, but that’s not possible.
“I’m giving you a big hug from above, and may you continue to shine like the shining light you once were. You will always be my biggest inspiration and role model. Dear Daddy, I love you.
Black Warrior cause of death:
At 54, the legendary Mexican wrestler known as Black Warrior went away.
The International Lucha Libre Confederation (CMLL) has stated in response to the unfortunate death of Jesus Toral Lopez.
The CMLL expressed its sympathy to the wrestling community for the loss of Jesus Toral Lopez, better known as Black Warrior, in a statement whose opening line reads. Black Warrior was a wrestler who excelled in this company, reaching his pinnacle in the 1990s and 2000s. His career spanned the whole term of its existence.
We send his family and friends our heartfelt sympathies and show them our solidarity in their tragic loss. In peace, my friend.
The exact cause of the Black Warrior’s death is still unknown. Apart from confirming his death, the actual cause of Black Warrior’s death has not yet been made public; therefore, it is currently unknown what caused him to pass away.
We are trying to contact Black Warrior’s friends and relatives to find out more information about his passing. This section will be updated as soon as we learn more details regarding the tragic occurrence that made so many people cry.
Who was Black Warrior?
Jess Toral López was born in Coahuila in 1969. He also went by the names Black Panther, Bronze, Bali, Camorra, Destroyer, Dragon of Gold, and The Mask, among others; however, in 1996, he adopted the name Black Warrior within the CMLL, the organisation where he first rose to prominence.
In 2000, Black Warrior, a wrestler with the CMLL, became well-known. Torreon, Coahuila, is where he was born.
Later, he became well-known as one of the most recognisable boxers in the sport. Thirty-eight years made up Black Warrior’s professional career. He participated in ten bet battles and took home three masks and three scalps.
The gladiator fought right up until his demise. He also instructed students in the Cuautitlan Izcalli Arena Mama Lucha-s and the Tepito Arena Welcome To Mi Bario.
On March 17 of last year, Black Warrior Jr., Black Warrior’s son, died at the age of 24. He battled daily to recuperate after spending seven months in bed due to a neck injury.
Condolences to Black Warrior:
R.I.P., Black Warrior. It makes sense why Warrior was frequently referred to as El Rey del Tope since his tope was THE most unique and dynamic I’ve ever seen. I had the opportunity to wrestle on programmes that featured his battle with Mistico, and those matches were electrifying.
Just terrible news overnight, with numerous publications announcing the death of Black Warrior (54). This occurred not even a year after his son’s horrible death from injuries sustained in an in-ring accident that left him crippled. #QEPD
The news of the Black Warrior’s death is sad. He has talent. I’ll never forget his feud with Mistico when I arrived in Mexico; every place was sold out, and the crowds were rabid for him—sending condolences to his family.