Professional wrestling career Edit
Formed from former members of the Latin American Xchange (LAX). The stable would reform on March 16, 2017 with Konnan, Homicide and new members Ortiz, Santana, and Diamante. Prior to IMPACT's Redemption pay-per-view, Konnan was mysteriously attacked leaving him in a hospital which led to Santana & Ortiz losing their tag team titles to the team of Eli Drake and Scott Steiner. Without Konnan leading and advising LAX, Santana & Ortiz would go on a weeks long losing streak, until the arrival of King to IMPACT Wrestling. Telling the members of LAX that Konnan called him to come and take care of things and the team while he was gone. Under King, LAX would regain the IMPACT World Tag Team Championship from Z&E on June 21.
Konnan would return and accuse King of being the one behind the attack on him. King initially denied it until he admitted being the one and told Santana & Ortiz that he did it because he was the future while Konnan was the past and told them to join him. Instead they remained loyal to Konnan, which lead to Homicide and the returning Hernandez to attack them from behind. Homicide and Hernandez later explained that they had felt shunned and placed on the sidelines by Konnan who favored Santana & Ortiz over them, prompting them to join King to destroy LAX, dubbing themselves the OGz.
At Slammiversary XVI, the OGz took on LAX in a 5150 Street Fight for the IMPACT World Tag Team Championship, in a losing effort. In a post match beatdown, the OGz would steal and tag the titles with "OGz" and "730". On the August 16 episode of IMPACT! LAX and the OGz faced off in a Street Fight in Toronto, where LAX would be victorious, regaining the IMPACT World Tag Team Championship.
In wrestling Edit
- Finishing moves
- 5150 (Electric chair/cutter combination)
- Signature moves
- Drive–By (Catapult by Hernandez into a clothesline by Homicide followed by a running senton onto the opponent draped over Hernandez's knees)
- Border Toss by Hernandez followed by a frog splash by Homicide
- Entrance themes
- "Cold Blooded" by Viceversah