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Super Muñeco (Hebert Palafox) was born on 10 April, 1962 in Mexico City, Mexico, is a professional. Discover Super Muñeco's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 60 years old?

Popular As Hebert Palafox
Occupation N/A
Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 10 April, 1962
Birthday 10 April
Birthplace Mexico City, Mexico
Date of death February 09, 2022
Died Place Mexico City, Mexico
Nationality Mexico

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Super Muñeco Height, Weight & Measurements

At 59 years old, Super Muñeco height is 1.70m and Weight 98 kg.

Physical Status
Height 1.70m
Weight 98 kg
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Eye Color Not Available
Hair Color Not Available

Dating & Relationship status

He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.

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Super Muñeco Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Super Muñeco worth at the age of 59 years old? Super Muñeco’s income source is mostly from being a successful professional. He is from Mexico. We have estimated Super Muñeco's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2023 Under Review
Net Worth in 2022 Pending
Salary in 2022 Under Review
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Source of Income professional

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Super Muñeco was the son of Hebert Alejandro Palafox Montiel, who wrestled as El Sanguinario. One of his brothers works as Sanguinario Jr., the third to actually use the name; another brother used the name as well but now works as "El Tramposo", a "clown tramp" gimmick. The wrestler working as "Super Muñeco Jr." is not, as the name would otherwise suggest Muñeco's son, but a third brother who uses the name. Muñeco was married for over 20 years. It was his wife's suggestion that sparked the idea for Super Muñeco. Together the couple had at least one child. He died in Mexico City on 9 February 2022, at the age of 69.


Super Muñeco teamed up with Super Ráton (a wrestler using a Mighty Mouse ring persona) and Super Pinocho (Based on the character Pinocchio) to form Trio Fantasia, a comedy trio that became popular with fans. Together Trio Fantasia won the Distrito Federal Trios Championship and the AWWA Trios Championship. The team also worked against other teams with similar kid-oriented comedy themes, drawing full houses for their storyline feud with Los Tortugas Ninja (four men wearing Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles costumes), the storyline even saw Trio Fantasia team up with the promising local "Coliseo 2000" to defeat Los Tortugas in a Luchas de Apuestas, mask vs. mask, match. Trio Fantasia would also unmask Los Thundercats (a trio wrestling as Leono, Panthro and Tigro from the ThunderCats cartoon). In the early 1990s Trio Fantasia began working for Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA), a professional wrestling promotion with a reputation of using ring personas that were more child-friendly, such as "Los Power Raiders" (A group of Power Rangers imitators). In AAA Super Pinocho intentionally unmasked La Parka so that a photographer could get a picture of his face; This action caused him to be very unpopular with both wrestlers and promoters and he retired from wrestling. Super Ráton left AAA not long after leaving Super Muñeco as a singles competitor.


Muñeco began working a storyline against Los Payasos (the clowns), a group of Rudo clowns that were the complete opposite of everything Super Muñeco stood for. On May 22, 1994, Muñeco, Ángel Azteca, and El Hijo del Santo teamed up to win the Mexican National Trios Championship from Los Payasos. The makeshift trio held the title for four months before losing it to Los Payasos. On April 15, 1995, Super Muñeco, Rey Misterio, Jr., and Octagón defeated Los Destructores (Tony Arce, Vulcano, and Rocco Valente) to win the Mexican National Trios Title. They held it for three months before losing the championship to Fuerza Guerrera, Psicosis, and Blue Panther. After losing the Trios title Muñeco worked more as a singles wrestler, focusing on winning Luchas de Apuestas, adding mask and hair wins to his already then impressive list of wins. He worked on the Mexican Independent circuit, making appearances for various smaller promotions. Over the years he has won over 100 Luchas de Apuestas with over 80 mask wins; the most notable being the masks of rivals Coco Rojo and Coco Negro and Coco Verde of Los Payasos (although all of three may have not been the originals), Medico Asesino, Jr. and one of the numerous Hijo del Huracan Ramírez. Super Muñeco's Apuesta record is only surpassed by Estrella Blanca who has over 200 confirmed Luchas de Apuestas wins.


Muñeco made his professional wrestling debut on March 22, 1982, working under the name "Sanguinario, Jr." named after his father "El Sanguinario". Initially he teamed with his father, but did not make much headway under the "Sanguinario, Jr." name. One day in late 1983 Muñeco's girlfriend commented that it was odd he played a bloodthirsty Rudo (a villainous character or Heel) when it was so unlike who he really was. The comment set off an idea, based on a famous Mexican "Tramp Clown" called "El Tramposo", he developed a "wrestling clown" ring character called "Super Muñeco" (Super Doll in Spanish), complete with a mask that looked like a smiling clown face. With the Super Muñeco character he quickly became a Tecnico (a good guy or Face), especially popular with children. Initially, other wrestlers did not like the comedic persona nor did they like to work with and lose to "a clown" causing them to work "stiff", by actually punching him or twisting joints a bit harder than necessary to show their displeasure. In the mid-1980s Super Muñeco worked mainly at "Pavillón Azteca" and became one of the main attractions on their weekly shows. He became one of the first television stars when Lucha Libre returned to regular television in the 1980s, helping the show Super Lunes (Super Monday) attract good ratings and drawing a full crowd whenever he was on the Pavillón Azteca shows.


Super Muñeco (Super Doll) (10 April 1952 – 9 February 2022) was a Mexican Luchador enmascarado, or masked professional wrestler. Super Muñeco is Spanish for "Super Doll", a comedic ring character based on a clown. Super Muñeco is best known for having the second highest number of Luchas de Apuestas "bet match" wins, having won the mask or hair of over 100 wrestlers. Per the tradition of masked wrestlers in Mexico, Super's real name and identity have not yet been revealed.