I believe someone here posted him in a handicap match vs. Hogan on youtube. 80's sometime.
That someone was I. Here are actually two separate Handicap Matches against Hogan: the first from when Hogan was initially a heel managed by Johnny V. and the second during his babyface run against Nick Bockwinkel for the AWA title.
Nacho worked the AWA probably starting around the early '80s. He would later work the early version of Midwest indies, particularly around the Chicago area.
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USWA Roll Call of Champions World Heavyweight champion: Kevin Sullivan World Tag Team champions: The Heavenly Bodies (Tom Prichard & Chris Candido) Southern Heavyweight champion: Adrian Street Mid-America Heavyweight champion: Ray Stevens
Doing a quick calculation in my head using my ratings, he’s the second worst card in legends (-20), with Jim Cornette being last (-23). Other comparisons - Kenny Jay (-13), Milliman (-14) and George South (-15). Safe to say that Nacho is cannon fodder. Lol