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* NominalHero: Only avoided being officially designated rudos by the latter's sheer insistence that he and his teammates La Máscara and Rush were merely "Los Ingobernables, técnicos diferentes", and that the other técnicos they typically opposed like Volador Jr. and Wrestling/{{Mistico}} were still their brothers.

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* NominalHero: Only avoided being officially designated rudos by the latter's sheer insistence that he and his teammates La Máscara and Rush were merely "Los Ingobernables, técnicos diferentes", and that the other técnicos they typically opposed like Volador Jr. and Wrestling/{{Mistico}} were still their brothers. This resulted in them becoming {{Tweener}}s in the sense that they could feud with both tecnicos and rudos alike.


** Wrestling/DrewMcIntyre in ''NXT''.
** Wrestling/JohnnyGargano, over the ''NXT'' title.
** Wrestling/AleisterBlack in ''NXT''.

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** Wrestling/DrewMcIntyre Has had several major rivals in ''NXT''.
** Wrestling/JohnnyGargano, over the
''NXT'' title.
** Wrestling/AleisterBlack in ''NXT''.
over the NXT Championship, namely Wrestling/DrewMcIntyre, Wrestling/JohnnyGargano, and Wrestling/AleisterBlack.


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** 2019 saw him feuding with Wrestling/ReyMysterio.

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** 2019 saw him feuding with Wrestling/ReyMysterio.Wrestling/ReyMysterio and Apollo Crews.


Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''Wrestling/WWERaw'' brand of Wrestling/{{WWE}}.

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Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''Wrestling/WWERaw'' ''Wrestling/WWESmackDown'' brand of Wrestling/{{WWE}}.


In 2015 he was hired by the WWE, and began performing in the ''[[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]'' brand as Manny Andrade, before settling onto Andrade "Cien" Almas as his ring name. Initially a {{face}} wrestler who could never connect with the audience, he turned {{heel}} and got [[Wrestling/TheaTrinidad Zelina Vega]] as his manager, getting a proper propulsion to his career ending with him conquering the NXT Championship, losing the title to Wrestling/AleisterBlack on ''NXT [=TakeOver=]: New Orléans'', before being called to the ''[=SmackDown=]'' brand on the 2018 Superstar Shakeup.

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In 2015 he was hired by the WWE, and began performing in the ''[[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]'' brand as Manny Andrade, before settling onto Andrade "Cien" Almas as his ring name. Initially a {{face}} wrestler who could never connect with the audience, he turned {{heel}} and got [[Wrestling/TheaTrinidad Zelina Vega]] as his manager, getting a proper propulsion to his career ending with him conquering the NXT Championship, losing the title to Wrestling/AleisterBlack on ''NXT [=TakeOver=]: New Orléans'', before being called to the ''[=SmackDown=]'' brand on the 2018 Superstar Shakeup. In 2019, he was drafted to ''Raw'' during that year's Shakeup.


Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''[[Wrestling/WWERaw]]'' brand of Wrestling/{{WWE}}.

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Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''[[Wrestling/WWERaw]]'' ''Wrestling/WWERaw'' brand of Wrestling/{{WWE}}.


Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''[[Wrestling/WWESmackDown SmackDown Live]]'' brand of Wrestling/{{WWE}}.

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Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''[[Wrestling/WWESmackDown SmackDown Live]]'' ''[[Wrestling/WWERaw]]'' brand of Wrestling/{{WWE}}.


Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''[[Wrestling/WWESmackdown Smackdown Live]]'' brand of Wrestling/{{WWE}}.

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Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''[[Wrestling/WWESmackdown Smackdown ''[[Wrestling/WWESmackDown SmackDown Live]]'' brand of Wrestling/{{WWE}}.


Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''[[Wrestling/WWESmackdown Smackdown Live!]]'' brand of ''Wrestling/{{WWE}}''.

Manuel began his career at 14, working initially as Brillante Jr. In 2007, he was hired by ''Wrestling/{{CMLL}}'' and performed as La Sombra, winning the 2007 Torneo Gran Alternativa and the 2011 Universal Championship. He also performed at ''Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling'' and was one of the founders of the mexican PowerStable Los Ingobernables, from which a more popular [[Wrestling/LosIngobernablesDeJapon japanese branch]] later flourished. His stint in ''CMLL'' came to an end after he lost his mask in a [[HumiliatingWager Lucha de Apuestas]] against Atlantis.

In 2015 he was hired by the ''WWE'', and began performing in the ''[[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]'' brand as Manny Andrade, before settling onto Andrade "Cien" Almas as his ring name. Initially a {{face}} wrestler who could never connect with the audience, he turned {{heel}} and got [[Wrestling/TheaTrinidad Zelina Vega]] as his manager, getting a proper propulsion to his career ending with him conquering the NXT Championship, losing the title to Wrestling/AleisterBlack on ''NXT [=TakeOver=]: New Orléans'', before being called to the ''Smackdown'' brand on the 2018 Superstar Shakeup.

Among his accolades, as La Sombra, he's 1x NWA World Welterweight Champion, 2x NWA World Historic Welterweight Champion, 1x CMLL World Tag Team Champion (w/Volador Jr.), 1x CMLL World Trios Champion (2/La Máscara and Máscara Dorada), 1x IWGP Intercontinental Champion and 1x NWA World Historic Middleweight Champion. As Andrade "Cien" Almas, he's 1x WWE NXT Champion. He also NEVER missed the [[Wrestling/ProWrestlingInsider PWI 500]] ever since entering in 2007, his best rankings being 2010 (91), 2013 (52) and 2018 (13).

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Andrade "Cien" Almas (born November 3, 1989 at Gómez Palacio, UsefulNotes/{{Mexico}} as Manuel Alfonso Andrade Oropeza) is a {{professional wrestl|ing}}er performing for the ''[[Wrestling/WWESmackdown Smackdown Live!]]'' Live]]'' brand of ''Wrestling/{{WWE}}''.

Wrestling/{{WWE}}.

Manuel began his career at 14, working initially as Brillante Jr. In 2007, he was hired by ''Wrestling/{{CMLL}}'' Wrestling/{{CMLL}} and performed as La Sombra, winning the 2007 Torneo Gran Alternativa and the 2011 Universal Championship. He also performed at ''Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling'' Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling and was one of the founders of the mexican PowerStable Los Ingobernables, from which a more popular [[Wrestling/LosIngobernablesDeJapon japanese Japanese branch]] later flourished. His stint in ''CMLL'' CMLL came to an end after he lost his mask in a [[HumiliatingWager Lucha de Apuestas]] against Atlantis.

In 2015 he was hired by the ''WWE'', WWE, and began performing in the ''[[Wrestling/{{WWENXT}} NXT]]'' brand as Manny Andrade, before settling onto Andrade "Cien" Almas as his ring name. Initially a {{face}} wrestler who could never connect with the audience, he turned {{heel}} and got [[Wrestling/TheaTrinidad Zelina Vega]] as his manager, getting a proper propulsion to his career ending with him conquering the NXT Championship, losing the title to Wrestling/AleisterBlack on ''NXT [=TakeOver=]: New Orléans'', before being called to the ''Smackdown'' ''[=SmackDown=]'' brand on the 2018 Superstar Shakeup.

Among his accolades, as La Sombra, he's 1x NWA World Welterweight Champion, 2x NWA World Historic Welterweight Champion, 1x CMLL World Tag Team Champion (w/Volador Jr.), 1x CMLL World Trios Champion (2/La Máscara and Máscara Dorada), 1x IWGP Intercontinental Champion and 1x NWA World Historic Middleweight Champion. As Andrade "Cien" Almas, he's 1x WWE NXT Champion. He also NEVER ''never'' missed the [[Wrestling/ProWrestlingInsider PWI 500]] ever since entering in 2007, his best rankings being 2010 (91), 2013 (52) and 2018 (13).


* RomanceOnTheSet: He's in relationship with Wrestling/CharlotteFlair.


* RomanceOnTheSet: He's in relationship with Wrestlingg/CharlotteFlair.

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* RomanceOnTheSet: He's in relationship with Wrestlingg/CharlotteFlair.Wrestling/CharlotteFlair.

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* RomanceOnTheSet: He's in relationship with Wrestlingg/CharlotteFlair.


* PowerStable: Super Sky Team with El Sagrado, Wrestling/{{Mistico}} and Volador Jr. Fans like to call them "Los Reyes del Aire" after the ''CMLL'' event of the same name.
* RedBaron: “Prince of CMLL”

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* PowerStable: Super Sky Team PowerStable:
** "Los Ingobernables", with Marco Corleone, La Máscara, Rush and Wrestling/TetsuyaNaito.
** "La Ola Lagunera", with Black Warrior, Blue Panther, Dragón Rojo Jr., Misterioso #2, Último Guerrero, Ephesto and Stuka Jr.
* PowerTrio:
** "Los Comandos del Aire",
with El Sagrado, Sagrado and Volador Jr.
** "La Generación de Oro", with La Máscara and Máscara Dorada.
** "Super Sky Team", with
Wrestling/{{Mistico}} and Volador Jr. Fans like to call them Jr.
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"Los Reyes del Aire" after the ''CMLL'' event of the same name.
Indeseables", with Rush and La Máscara.
* RedBaron: “Prince of CMLL”CMLL”.


Among his accolades, as La Sombra, he's 1x NWA World Welterweight Champion, 2x NWA World Historic Welterweight Champion, 1x CMLL World Tag Team Champion (w/Volador Jr.), 1x CMLL World Trios Champion (2/La Máscara and Máscara Dorada), 1x IWGP Intercontinental Champion and 1x NWA World Historic Middleweight Champion. As Andrade "Cien" Almas, he's 1x WWE NXT Champion.

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Among his accolades, as La Sombra, he's 1x NWA World Welterweight Champion, 2x NWA World Historic Welterweight Champion, 1x CMLL World Tag Team Champion (w/Volador Jr.), 1x CMLL World Trios Champion (2/La Máscara and Máscara Dorada), 1x IWGP Intercontinental Champion and 1x NWA World Historic Middleweight Champion. As Andrade "Cien" Almas, he's 1x WWE NXT Champion.
Champion. He also NEVER missed the [[Wrestling/ProWrestlingInsider PWI 500]] ever since entering in 2007, his best rankings being 2010 (91), 2013 (52) and 2018 (13).

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