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Tragic news for the wrestling fans as AAA La Parka died with a dangerous move he was trying to make to his opponent. He was known for being an under masked wrestler with the name of La Parka.
La Parka, also was known with the name of Adolfo Margarito Tapia Ibarra, was born on 14 November 1965 in Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico, and died on 12 January 2020. He was 54 years old before his death and used to possesses the birth sign of Scorpio. He was Mexican by nationality and used to hold the ethnicity of mixed.
Death Cause and Funeral
La Parka died on the age of 54. Mexican AAA wrestler fractured his neck after his sucide dive towards his opponent and left lying on the floor. He got injuries during the 67th Anniversary of the Monterrey Coliseum.
As shown in a video, she was trying to tackle his opponent outside the ring when the life taking incident happened. The local media reported that La Parka tangled his feet on one of the ropes when he tried to make his move. There were two videos perspective shown; in one video, it was filmed that he was becoming tangled in the rope of the ring before the barrier. And it second video shows that he jumps from the ring but misses the move to his opponent and land head first on a protective barrier.
Immediately La Parka was reported unconscious after the impact. Soon he was taken to hospital. The medical staff there shifted La Parka to Hospital Oak. There he was under observation overnight.
As per the Mexican newspaper, “La Reforma’, Huerta could not move his arms or speak after the accident.”
Moreover, it was also said that he had suffered a fractured neck and cervical vertebrae.
“And his fellow ring wide wrestler partner said that, “Despite his injuries, his health is ‘out of danger’ as the wrestler ‘slowly gains control of his extremities.”
He is survived by his family members, family, and fans.
Net Worth, Salary, and Income
Adolfo started his professional career as a wrestler at the young age of 16 using his real name in 1982. Then in 1988, he changed his ring name to El Asesino de Tepito. Then after a couple of years, he again changed his ring name to Principe Island till 1992.
Then in 1992, she found a new wrestling promotion named Asistencia Asesoria y Administracion (AAA), where he came up with the idea to repackage Tapia as La Parka. Then in 1996, he started being known globally as a wrestler as he became World Championship. Then in 2000, he left the WCW. Then in 2010, he returned to AAA, starting with a storyline with AAA’s La Parka, Pitting the original against new La Parka. In his very first match after returning to the ring, he defeated La Parka and earned the right to be once again called La Parka.
Working as a pro wrestler for more than 30 years, Adolfo might have earned a decent amount of money before his death. Before death, his estimated net worth was estimated at $2 million.
Married, Wife, Children
Adolfo was a happily married man. He was married to his long-time girlfriend, whose name is still unknown to the media. Being together with his wife, he was blessed with two children as a son named El Hijo de L.A. Park and L.A Park Jr.
Family, Parents, Siblings
Adolfo was born to Mexican parents. He was born to Raymundo Ibarra and Camila Ibarra Banda. He also had a brother El Hijo de Cien Caras, who was also a professional wrestler.
Body Measurements: Height and Weight
Adolfo was blessed with massive and decent body measurements. He stood tall at 6 feet 1 inch and weighed 125 kilograms. He had brown colored hair with glowing brown eyes.