Los perros

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Los Perros del Mal is a Lucha libre stable originally formed in Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre and currently based in Asistencia Asesoría y Administración. The name (meaning "The Dogs of Evil") isplay on the name of the founder of the group, Perro Aguayo, Jr.. It was one of the main rudo (heel) stables in CMLL until October, 2008, when Aguayo along with Mr. Aguila and Damián 666 left the companyto form Perros del Mal Producciones. The stable is a part of the new promotion, despite its namesake. Their motto is "Dios perdona, los Perros no" ("God forgives, the Dogs don't."). The grouporiginally started under the name La Furia del Norte but evolved into Los Perros del Mal as wrestlers not from Northern Mexico joined the group.
For the summer of 2004, the main storyline feud in ConsejoMundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) was the heel trio of Pierroth, Jr., Vampiro Canadiense and Tarzan Boy feuding with the técnico or face trio of Negro Casas, Shocker and Perro Aguayo, Jr. The two factionsfinally faced off in a six-man cage match on July 18, 2004 where the last man in the cage got his head shaved. The rudos quickly escaped and Shocker tricked Casas and made his own escape, leaving Casasand Perro Aguayo, Jr. Aguayo was victorious and Negro Casas, who had acted like a mentor for a time before this, had his head shaved leading to hostility.

The feud continued but soon Vampiro wasinjured in a match against the original Máscara Sagrada and was replaced by Héctor Garza, who had just jumped from Asistencia Asesoría y Administración, in a trios match at Arena México. Over the nextfew weeks, Perro turned on Casas and joined Garza. Soon Tarzan Boy from Los Guerreros del Infierno joined with Perro explaining that he and Garza could only trust other northerners. From that commentthe name La Furia del Norte (Spanish for "The Fury from the North") was born as they all hailed from Northern Mexico. Tarzan Boy and Héctor Garza all hail from Monterrey, Nuevo León and Perro...