Humberto Garza Sr. Passes Away, WWE Issues Statement

Humberto Garza Sr., the grandfather of WWE Superstars Angel and Humberto, has passed away.

The patriarch of the Garza family was 85 years of age and was a leader in the Mexican wrestling community, competing in the EMLL for over three decades.

The news was shared on October 16 by CMLL, with WWE issuing the following statement:

“WWE is saddened to learn of the passing of Humberto Garza Sr.

Garza Sr. is the patriarch of an incredible wrestling dynasty, with his grandsons Angel & Humberto now competing in WWE as the tag team Los Lotharios.

A leader in the Mexican wrestling community, Garza Sr. competed in the EMLL from the 1950s into the 1970s.

Angel posted a touching photo on Twitter yesterday in remembrance of his grandfather.

Humberto also shared a photo of him & Angel with their grandfather, as he expressed his love for his late grandfather.

WWE offers its heartfelt condolences to the family, friends and fans of Humberto Garza Sr.”

On behalf of Bodyslam, we’d like to send our deepest condolences to Humberto’s family, friends, and fans.

If you enjoy Bodyslam’s content, you can help donate to the site here. You can also visit our PWTees store and buy Bodyslam official merchandise here.

You can listen to all of Bodyslam’s podcasts by following us on Spotify and subscribing to our YouTube Channel, or any of your favorite podcast platforms.