Last updated by David Buckler on December 14, 2014
NWA Australasian Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood (October 1984);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Ron & Chicky Starr (January 6, 1987);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Luke Williams & Butch Miller (May 10, 1987);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat TNT & Mr. Pogo (July 30, 1987);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Dale Veasey & Bob Brown (September 20, 1987);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) Caribbean Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Fatu & Samu (December 12, 1987);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) Caribbean Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Dan Kroffat & Bobby Jaggers (April 23, 1988);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Mr. Pogo & Kendo Nagasaki (May 14, 1988);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) Caribbean Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Ninja Express (March 4, 1989);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Abudda Dein & Rip Rogers (October 7, 1989);
WWC (World Wrestling Council) World Tag Team titles w/Mark Youngblood beat Kuhio & Tahiti via forfeit (August 16, 1997);
Jay, Mark, & Chris Youngblood are Steve, Mark & Chris Romero, and are the sons of Ricky Romero.
Chris Romero began his pro-wrestling training at the age of 13 and made his professional debut as Chris Youngblood in 1985. He started teaming with brother Mark in 1986 upon their older brother Jay’s death.
Chris and Mark had success in the World Class Championship Wrestling, World Wrestling Council and also as The Tribal Nation in the Global Wrestling Federation and the United States Wrestling Association.
In the USWA, Chris turned heel and wrestled for manager Skandor Akbar’s “Devastation Inc.” as Pronto, a mockery of his American Indian heritage.
During this time Chris had a feud with a young up and coming Stone Cold Steve Austin.
Chris and Mark had a very successful run in being one of the most popular tag teams in Puerto Rico’s World Wrestling Council and added numerous Tag Title reigns under their belts.
On July 17, 1988 The Romeros were in the locker room when a wrestler named José Huertas stabbed and killed Bruiser Brody. Huertas went to trial but did not do any jail time for the crime. The WWC did nothing to help convict Huertas and The Romeros left the WWC right after the incident and went on to sign with Ted Turner’s World Championship Wrestling where he and Mark were known as “The Renegade Warriors”.
The two were frequently used on WCW TV and had numerous feuds with the likes of the Steiner Brothers and the Road Warriors.
In the late 1990s Chris began using the name “The Visionary” Chris Romero. Chris completed many Japanese tours as a singles competitor where he gained victories over ECW’s own, Rob Van Dam.
Chris later formed a Tag Team in Japan’s FMW with “Super” Leatherface. The team got notable wins over Tag Teams like Jado and Gedo, and Masato Tanaka and Tetsuhiro Kuroda.
The two were constant top runners for the FMW Brass Knuckles Tag Team Titles until Chris went into semi-retirement in late 1999 due to an agonizing hip injury.
November 25, 2006 – West Texas Wrestling Legends: Chris Youngblood acted as referee for the main event of the show..
March 2007: Chris “Youngblood” Romero is opening a wreslting school called Romero’s Academy of Wrestling in Amarillo.
January 12, 2008 – Renegade Outlaw Wrestling: Chris Youngblood vs. Mosh Pit Mike ended in a Double DQ.
April 12, 2008 – West Texas Wrestling Association: Tony Morales & Enemy defeated Dameon Blood & Chris Youngblood.
April 18, 2008 – Renegade Outlaw Wrestling: Violent V & Rexx Reed defeated Christopher Ray & Chris Youngblood by DQ.
July 25, 2008 – Renegade Outlaw Wrestling: Ricky Romero III defeated Chris Youngblood in a blindfold match .
Height and Weight
6'0 235 lbs
Double ax handle
Sit Down Splash off top rope