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María Dolores González
Ring name(s) Lola González
La Enfermera
Billed height 5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Billed weight 148 lb (67 kg)
Born March 2, 1959 (1959-03-02) (age 50)
Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico
Trained by Gory Guerrero
Dorado Hernández
Debut July 17, 1975

María Dolores González (born March 2, 1959) is a Mexican professional wrestler, known by her ringname Lola González, who has competed in the Universal Wrestling Association and the World Wrestling Association for over three decades. At one time one of the most popular female tecnicos in Mexico, she dominated the UWA World Women's Championship during the mid-to late 1980s holding the title a record four times. She is the real-life sister of luchadora Leslie Gonzalez and ex-wife of Fishman.


Professional wrestling career

She occasionally toured the United States with the National Wrestling Alliance and, in Gene and Mike LeBell's NWA Hollywood promotion, was the last NWA California Women's Champion before the promotion closed in 1982. That same year, she had a brief stint in World Class Championship Wrestling defeating Irma Gonzales at the "Fritz Von Erich Retirement Show" at the Texas Stadium on June 4, 1982.[1] She made two more appearances for the promotion defeating La Pantera Serena at the August 1982 "Wrestling Star Wars" supercard[2] and faced Vicki Carranza for the "Mexican Women's" Title at the June 1983 "Wrestling Star Wars" supercard at the Reunion Arena.[3]

Gonzalez also visited Japan appearing with the JWP Project during the late 1980s. In a match to decide the first JWP Pacific Coast Tag Team Champions, she and La Bruha challenged but were beaten by Miss A and Xóchitl Hamada in Tokyo on October 24, 1987.[4] On October 22, 1988, Gonzales entered a championship tournament for the IWA World Women's title in Edmonton, Alberta, but was eliminated by Rhonda Singh in the opening rounds.[5] She later lost the WWA Women's Championship to Singh in Hungary in December 1991.

On April 30, 1993, she teamed with Vicky Caranza & La Rosa in a trios tag team match against Martha Villalobos, Pantera Surena & Wendy at the first TripleMania hosted at the Plaza de Toros in Mexico City, Mexico.[6] The following year, she and Martha Villalobos teamed against La Monster & Magnificent Mimi in a best of three falls match at the AAA "Night of Champions" and was pinned by La Monster for the third fall. The event took place on August 6, 1994, at the Los Angeles Sports Arena and attended by an estimated 8,000 people.[7]

Gonzales returned to Mexico and, on November 19, 1995, entered a championship tournament for the TWF Women's Championship. She defeated Bambi in the opening round, Chikako Shiratori in the semi-finals and Bison Kimura in the finals to win the title.[8] She held the title for nearly a year until losing to Lioness Asuka in a best of three falls match at the CMLL 63rd Anniversary Show on September 20, 1996.[9] At the CMLL 64th Anniversary Show the next year, Gonzales faced Asuka defeating her and La Diabólica in a tag team match with Lady Apache.[10]

At Reina de Reinas 2001 in Veracruz, Gonzales participated in the 14-women tournament but was eliminated prior to the finals.[11] She similarly failed to reach the finals at Reina de Reinas 2006[12] and 2007.[13]

On March 10, 2006, she teamed with Cinthia Moreno, Martha Villalobos & Miss Janeth in an 8-woman match at Rey de Reyes 2006 against Chikayo Nagashima, La Diabolica, Tiffany & Carlos Amano and lost the match via disqualification.[14] Later that year, she won the EWWC Women's Championship and defended the title at El Hijo del Santo's Todo x el Todo supercard in Naucalpan against Xochitl Hamada winning via disqualification.[15]

Championships and accomplishments

  • Comisión de Box y Lucha Libre Mexico D.F.
  • TWF World Women's Championship (1 time)[17]
  • NWA California Women's Championship (1 time, last)[18]
  • Other titles
  • Occidente Women's Championship (1 time)
  • EWWL Women's Championship (1 time)

Lucha de Apuesta record

Wager Winner Loser Location Date Notes
Hair Lola González La Monster Unknown Unknown
Hair Lola González Zuleyma Unknown Unknown
Hair Lola González Vicky Carranza Unknown Unknown  
Mask Lola González La Gata Panama Unknown  
Hair Rocío Urbina Lola González Pachuca, Hidalgo 1975  
Mask Lola González Pantera Sureña Pachuca, Hidalgo 1977  
Hair Lola Gonzales Vicky Williams Unknown 1981  
Hair Lola González Pantera Sureña Arena México - Mexico City 01988-12-09 December 9, 1988  
Hair Irma Aguilar Lola González Arena México - Mexico City 01989-08-18 August 18, 1989  
Hair Lola González Karla Yvonne Arena Coliseo - Mexico City 01991-09-01 September 1, 1991  
Hair Lola González Sirenita Unknown 1995  
Hair Lola González Galáctico Poliforum Juan Gabriel - Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua 02004-09-26 September 26, 2004  


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  3. ^ "Wrestling Star Wars 6/83". Misc. World Class Star Wars Cards.  
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  6. ^ "TripleMania". AAA TripleMania.  
  7. ^ "August 1994". AAA L.A. Supercards.  
  8. ^ "TWF Title Tournament 1995". J'd Events.  
  9. ^ "63rd Anniversary Show". CMLL Anniversary Shows 51-75.  
  10. ^ "63rd Anniversary Show". CMLL Anniversary Shows 51-75.  
  11. ^ "Reina de Reinas 2001". AAA Reina de Reinas.  
  12. ^ "Reina de Reinas 2006". AAA Reina de Reinas.  
  13. ^ "Reina de Reinas 2007". AAA Reina de Reinas.  
  14. ^ "Rey de Reyes 2006". AAA Rey de Reyes.  
  15. ^ "Todo x el Todo". Todo x el Todo.  
  16. ^ "National Women's Title". Puroresu Dojo. 2003.  
  17. ^ "I.W.F. World Women's Title". Puroresu Dojo. 2003.  
  18. ^ "California Women's Title". Puroresu Dojo. 2003.  
  19. ^ Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2000). "MEXICO: UWA World Women's Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. p. 399. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.  
  20. ^ Royal Duncan & Gary Will (2000). "MEXICO: WWA Womens's Tag Team Title". Wrestling Title Histories. Archeus Communications. p. 401. ISBN 0-9698161-5-4.  

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