Who was Brazo de Plata?
Brazo de Plata AKA Super Porky, a former WWE wrestler, died at the age of 58, reportedly due to health issues.
On Monday, José Luis Alvarado Nieves, the famed 23rd sports entertainer, died at his home in Mexico City.
José Alvarado Nieves was a Mexican luchador who wrestled under the ring name Brazo de Plata since his debut in 1977. He was born on March 19, 1963, in Mexico City, Mexico.
He’s also recognized for his appearances as Super Porky in WWE. Alvarado is a member of the Alvarado wrestling family, which includes his father Shadito Cruz, five brothers who wrestled under the “Brazo” moniker at one point or another, and several third-generation wrestlers who have made appearances in recent years.
He was 58 years old.
Who is Brazo de Plata’s Wife?
Not much was found about his personal life. Whether he is married or not is unknown.
How Did Brazo de Plata Die?
Nieves died on July 26, 2021, at the age of 58. His cause of death was not disclosed. However, according to wrestling magazine Sper Luchas, his “legs couldn’t take his weight.”
His death has caused a flood of mourning among his fans. His fans all mourned his death.
One Twitter user named Eric Baudour said, “Brazo de Plata has been around forever. One of my earliest memories of wrestling was stumbling onto Lucha Libre on the Spanish stations on Saturday and thinking it was cool and crazy as hell. Super Porky was always there, always fun to watch.”
Another one said, “Rest in Peace Chief, an honor to allow me to listen to you and coincide in this life with you, rest in Peace Don José Alvarado “BRAZO DE PLATA / SUPER PORKY” and thank you so much for your contribution to wrestling with your work and legacy. My condolences to the entire Alvarado Family”
Other one said, “We remember Brazo de Plata with some information about his great luchistic career”