José Estrada Jr. is a Puerto Rican former professional wrestler. In the World Wrestling Council (WWC), Estrada was known as Super Medico III and teamed with his father José Estrada Sr. (Super Medico I) as the Super Medicos. The first won the WWC Caribbean Tag Team Championship from Rick Valentine and Eric Embry on November 10, 1990, before losing the title back to the team on December 15 of that year. They began their second reign on January 6, 1991, losing the title to Valentine and new partner Gran Mendoza 17 days later. Singles competition A few months later, Estrada—now known as Super Medic III—defeated American Scott Hall to win the WWC Caribbean Heavyweight Championship on April 20, 1991. He lost the title to Rod Price on July 6, 1991. Super Medic III regained the title from Price on July 13, before losing it to Fidel Sierra on August 3, 1991. World Wrestling Federation (1997–1998) Main article: Los Boricuas Estrada made his World Wrestling Federation (WWF) debut in June 1997 as a member of Savio Vega's Los Boricuas stable with Miguel Pérez Jr. and Jesús "Huracán" Castillo. They were mainly involved in angles with other stables including the Nation of Domination and the Disciples of Apocalypse (DoA). The feud with DoA was voted the Worst Feud of the Year by the Wrestling Observer Newsletter. During WrestleMania XIV's tag team Battle Royal, Los Boricuas engaged two teams (Savio and Miguel, and José and Jesús), fighting on Raw is War. Vega left the group in July, but the remaining members still fought as a tag team on Raw and Shotgun Saturday Night until October 1998. Estrada broke his neck in a match with Edge, in Edge's television debut match on the June 22, 1998 episode of Raw is War. Los Bricuas competed on Super Astros until the show ended in August 1999 and all three left the company. Total Nonstop Action Wrestling He later appeared in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.