However, youngsters were actually the key issue of Sergio Gutierrez Benitez, as well as fame or magnificence was never an issue. His hope was definitely approved; the priesthood training took him to Rome and also Spain, as well as after returning house to Mexico, Benitez educated background as well as ideology at a few universities. He after that ended up being a priest in Texcoco, as well as established an orphanage that became home to 270 kids. However, the establishment discovered itself in dire demand of cash by 1973, which was when the freshly worked out Papa remembered the films that had actually motivated him as a young people. Recognized locally as ‘Friar Storm’ Benitez dealt with wearing a red and also gold mask under the Mexican name of Battle royal Tormenta. He later admitted to worrying that no one would certainly take him seriously if they understood the tranquil nature of his day work. Sergio Gutierrez Benitez still operates at the orphanage to today, and remains to wear his mask during everyday activities. Lately, one of the children he aided to elevate has actually handled the name Battle royal Tormenta Jr. , and also proceeds the good papa’s legacy. The clergyman’s story has actually inspired the 2006 American movie ‘Nacho Libre’, which starred Jack Black, as well as a 2007 Mexican biopic in which he played the starring role. Like numerous other luchadores, he is additionally a supporting character in a comics collection.