Charro Aztecawas not typical of Mexican wrestlers, for he did not wear a mask. He, however, did do the sensational flying leaps, dropkicks and moves that dazzled his opponents in true luchador style.
While this grappler was seen in numerous parts of the United States, he remained a major draw in Arizona in the 1950s where he was a perennial fan favorite.
Charro had several bloody matches with Arizona's key villain, Don Arnold. They met in Phoenix, Tucson, Casa Grande and other locations with mixed results. more often than not, Arnold would pull some dirty tactics just when the Mexican was about to win and score an underachieved victory.
Charro also faced Brute Bemis, the Christy brothers and El Diablo on a continual basis.
Charro occasionally teamed with Gory Guerrero and a young Tito Montez.
The popular wrestler retired and passed away long ago.