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Domingo González Mateos (4 August 1895 – 21 August 1958), better known as "Dominguín", was a Spanish bullfighter, who earned a reputation of one of the finest matadors of his time. He was born in Quismondo, Castile-La Mancha and died in Madrid.
Domingo González Mateos
4 August 1895
|Died||21 August 1958 (aged 63)|
|Cause of death||Suicide|
|Children||4, including Luis|
Dominguín fought in the classic style that was very popular in the early twentieth century. This was eclipsed by the style of Juan Belmonte, a rival that many consider the greatest matador of all time. He was the sire of bullfighters Luis Miguel Dominguín, Domingo Dominguín and Pepe Dominguín. His daughter Carmen married bullfighter Antonio Ordóñez.
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