Chilean wrestler Stephanie Vaquer files lawsuit against Mexican partner “Cuatrero” for attempted murder

Mexican wrestler "Cuatrero" arrested for alleged attempted murder of partner Stephanie Vaquer, after she filed a lawsuit against him for gender violence. Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide denounces violence against women.
  1. Mexican wrestler “Cuatrero” was arrested for the alleged attempted murder of his partner Stephanie Vaquer, a Chilean wrestler, in Aguascalientes.
  2. Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide issued a statement rejecting gender violence and endorsing respect and equality for women following Stephanie’s lawsuit against “Cuatrero.”
  3. A TikTok video posted by commentator “El Planchitas” exposed images of the violence against Stephanie and “Cuatrero’s” evasive response to questioning.

Eight days after a complaint was filed against the Mexican wrestler “Cuatrero” by his partner, the Chilean Stephanie Vaquer, for alleged attempted murder, the General Investigation Prosecutor’s Office of Mexico City announced that the fighter was arrested in the state of Aguascalientes on the night of Friday, March 10.

During a fight in the state mentioned above, El Cuatrero was arrested by the authorities of the Investigative Police and later transferred to the facilities of the FGJ in Mexico City. It is speculated that his first hearing will take place on Saturday, March 11, at the CDMX’s eastern prison.


As already mentioned, the Mexican athlete was sued by the Chilean wrestler Stephanie Vaquer, a woman with whom he was romantically involved. Although at first it was not known if the South American had gone to the authorities to file charges against her partner, on March 8, Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide issued a statement announcing the existence of the lawsuit by Stephanie.

“From Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide, we endorse the respect and equality of all women. Therefore we reject all expressions of gender violence. That is why we are appalled by the serious allegation made against the wrestler ‘Cuatrero.'”

Similarly, on March 6, commentator “El Planchitas” posted a video on his TikTok account in which he revealed images of the aggressions of which Vaquer was a victim. What attracted the most attention were the photographs he presented in the video, where you can see the injuries to his neck and how he obstructed his airway with his hands.

Subsequently, it is observed how the commentator questions the Mexican on the subject, to which the alleged culprit evaded the question by answering that it was a personal matter. “Ah no, all that is personal. Ask me about the fights”. The questioning occurred at the Foro Sol event on March 4 (The World Is a Vampire).


Violence against women constitutes a serious public health problem and a violation of their human rights. The different types and manifestations of gender-based violence cause serious physical, mental, sexual, and reproductive health problems in the short, medium, and long term for individuals, particularly for women who face it. Similarly, violence affects women’s health and has a high social and economic cost for health systems and society in general.

According to the Law on Women’s Access to a Life Free of Violence of the Federal District, violence against women is defined as “any action or omission that, based on their gender and derived from the use and/or abuse of power, has as its object or result in physical, psychological, patrimonial, economic, sexual harm or suffering or death to women, both in the public and private spheres, which limits their access to a life free of violence.”