As a third-generation luchador, Andrade was born to be a Superstar, and he’s happy for it. The life suits him. Endlessly talented and even more confident, Andrade enjoys the perks that come with squared circle stardom.
Andrade’s inherent skill for the family trade was unmistakable from the moment he debuted at age 13. He first established himself in his native Mexico and Japan, capturing championships in both countries. In WWE under the direction of Zelina Vega, Andrade used uncanny speed and ring awareness to ascend to the top of the black-and-gold brand when he captured the NXT Championship at NXT TakeOver: WarGames in 2017.
After joining SmackDown in 2018, Andrade took every opportunity to catch the attention of the WWE Universe and put on several instant classics during an intense rivalry with Rey Mysterio. And after being selected by Raw in the first round of the 2019 WWE Draft, Andrade reignited his issues with The Master of the 619 and defeated him to capture the United States Championship.
With multiple championship reigns and several show-stealing matches on his resume, Andrade's future looks as bright as ever.