This Monday, July 26, will remain in the memory of wrestling fans, because the Silver Arm, also know as Super Porky, passed away; however, the causes of his death are not yet known.
José Luis Alvarado Nieves was born on March 19, 1963. From a young age he began his career in wrestling, since his brothers Arm of Gold and Arm they inspired him to venture into the medium.
In this way, the brothers got together and created the group of Los Brazos. They began their career as a team in the NWA, where they were champions on more than one occasion.
Later, they came to Bullfighting of Cuatro Caminos to face Los Infernales, a team led by Satanico, MS-1, Pirata Morgan, and the titles were taken from them in 1985.
Los Brazos faced other teams such as Missionaries of Death and the one made up of Ringo Mendoza, Kiss and Rayo de Jalisco Jr. Although they dominated the division in trios, Brazo de Oro and his brothers collided with their biggest rivals: villains.
The rivalry between Imperial dynasty and the Alvarados reached their climax when they faced the October 21, 1988 at the Monumental de Monterrey. After almost an hour of hits, keys, blood and sweat in the ring, Villain I, Villano IV and Villano V snatched the masks from the Brazos.
After the fall of the UWA of Bullfighting, Brazo de Plata began to have more participation in the World Wrestling Council, a company with which it won the third-party championship with Plato, Oro and El Brazo, as well as the world heavyweight title of the CMLL against Black Magic.
From then on, he began his most comical side by abandoning the character of Brazo de Plata and beginning to use the pseudonym of Super Porky. Thanks to this character, he was in the Wwe between 2005 and 2006 as a mini division fighter.
He would later make his debut in the AAA in the Triplemanía 14 event in the fight between La Parka and Muerte Cibernética. Then he lost his hair against Scorpio Jr in the 2006 War of the Titans. After three years with Tres Veces Estelar, he came to CMLL again.
In 2016 he would have his last fight as a professional in Tribute to Two Legends, since he left the sport due to his injuries and his health problems caused by being overweight.
Sporadically he was seen together with his son Psycho Clown and other members of the Alvarado family to support them in their contests, just like their brothers Los Brazos did in their golden age in wrestling.