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Black Warrior, the iconic wrestler of Mexican wrestling, died at the age of 54.

Jesus Toral Lopez, better known as wrestler Black Warrior, a wrestler who had an outstanding career and reached his zenith in the 90s and 2000s, passed away at the age of 54. The cause of Black Warrior's death is currently unknown, MARCA reported.

Following Lopez's death, the Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) offered condolences on the unfortunate passing through its social media pages.

"The CMLL shares the grief that overwhelms the wrestling family for the sad passing of Jesus Toral Lopez, better known as Black Warrior, a wrestler who had an outstanding career as part of this organization reaching his zenith in the 90s and 2000s," reads the statement.

"We express our deepest condolences and solidarity to his family and friends for this irreparable loss. Rest in peace."

Black Warrior's son, known on social media as Junior Warrior, dedicated a farewell message to his father and indicated that he would be reunited with his brother in heaven.

Black Warrior Jr., Black Warrior's son, passed away on March 17 last year at the age of 24 after a cervical fracture kept him in bed for seven months, fighting day by day to recover.

"I love you, dad, I have no words, I am alone now here on earth because I know that in heaven I have two wonderful angels, give a big hug to my brother and tell him how much I love him," reads the message from Junior Warrior.

"You will always be my great admiration and sometimes I would like to have control of everything but it is impossible.

"I'm sending a huge hug to you in heaven and may you shine as much as the star you were, you will always be my greatest admiration and example. I LOVE YOU, DADDY".

Warrior was born in Torreon, Coahuila. His fame in the ring came in 2000, as part of the CMLL, and went on to become one of the most iconic fighters in the sport. He was still wrestling until his death and also gave classes at the Arena Mama Lucha-s in Cuautitlan Izcalli and the Arena Welcome To Mi Bario in Tepito.

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