the original Mistico returned to Arena Mexico tonight

The AAA luchador currently known as Myzteziz, but better known as CMLL’s first Mistico, appeared today in Arena Mexico. Myzteziz spoke to the crowd about midway thru the show, with his old music playing. He talked about being born in Arena Mexico and said he’d wanted to return to the level he once was at there. He kissed the mat before leaving. The CMLL ring announcer said “this luchador” would appear on the 10/25 All Elite show. They were careful not to use any name and he was wearing a new variation of his mask.

The announcers made no reference to this appearance the rest of the night. It appeared this was only for the live crowd (and the press) and would not appear on TV. This followed the same script of LA Park’s first appearance in Arena Mexico before he worked an All Elite show there. Myzteziz was only announced as working that All Elite show and not part of CMLL. No opponents or teammates were announced.

LA Park’s All Elite appearance led the way for him to rejoin CMLL (for howerver short it lasted.) It appears the same thing is possible here. Myzteziz told the press he was planning to work his agreed upon dates with AAA and then leave the company. He said he would have a new name for his All Elite appearance. AAA owns the Myzteziz name and mask, but a new variation would probably be legally ok.

Myzteziz did appear to have the right to work his own indy schedule as part of his contract, but working in Arena Mexico and making an appearance on a CMLL show is something that would normally be at least told to AAA. Instead, it seems AAA found out the same way everyone else did: rumors of Myzteziz appearing on this show started this afternoon. All Elite said they’d have a big announcement after this show, and Myzteziz was spotted in Arena Mexico soon after.

Myzteziz says he’ll work his AAA dates, but it’s unclear if he’ll be wanted both. Myzteziz’s last appearance on AAA TV is being destroyed by the rudos and rejected by the tecnicos. That’d be a fine way to write someone out to the competition, only AAA had invested a lot in future Myzteziz matches. AAA seemed to be setting up a Rey Mysterio/Myzteziz rematch for next year’s TripleMania and had built their TV around that feud for the last couple of months. Myzteziz was slated to have a significant match at Guerra de Titanes, the last major show on AAA’s year. Myzteziz has essentially taken over the lead rudo position from the deceased Perro Aguayo Junior, and there’s no immediate replacement. AAA’s also already advertised Myzteziz as appearing on many shows in the next two months. AAA probably wants nothing to do with Myzteziz anymore, but may want to force him to live up to his word for economic reasons. It’s really hard to imagine that working at all.

Myzteziz and CMLL had a big falling out over the way he departed. Myzteziz never told CMLL he was leaving, just said he was taking a vacation in Los Angeles after the first FantasticaMania and instead signed with WWE. CMLL’s programming committee appeared not to like Myzteziz based on that exist and based on many critical comments about them before leaving, but sources say CMLL ownership got over it quicker and Myzteziz was back on good terms with the people at the very top by the time he left Mexico. It seemed doubtful like he’d come back directly to CMLL, but it did seem like he would be back in Arena Mexico someday.

Again, Myzteziz is only booked with All Elite. He’s said he’s not signed with CMLL. However, there’s not enough indy work to keep him busy alone – this is not rejoining CMLL, but the big step on that path. The similar LA Park & Dr. Wagner ended badly, but did boost interest and attendance in the promotion short term. Like those two, Myzteziz is a kind of a headcase who’s now left the last three promotions he’s worked for with bad feelings, but there’s no one in Mexico CMLL could add who would mean more at the gate short term. Long term, they need to fix other problems and Myzteziz will probably make it four straight bad exits, but this is a big boon for CMLL if they take advantage of it.

(Myzteziz name seems least blemished in Japan and I’d expect for him to booked for FantasticaMania if CMLL gives it’s OK.)

AAA’s not made an official statement. Myzteziz is scheduled to work a spot show Saturday in Veracruz, and many shows next weekend including the TV taping in Reynosa. (He was actually already booked in Durango on 10/25. I’m pretty sure that one isn’t happening.) AAA’s reaction is the next part of this story.

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CMLL Puebla: 2015-08-24 

Stukita headscissors to his feet

What happened? Atlantis beat Mephisto to win the National Light Heavyweight title for the first time (and complete a title swap with the national trios titles.) Ultimo Guerrero pinned Sombra in a trios match, which sets up a title match.

What was good? Puebla opener is good as always. Part of the rest of the show made me want to give up.

Where can I watch? It’s up on CMLL’s channel. 

Recapped: 08/24/2015 (more…)

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CMLL Universal Block B, AAA in Tlahuelilpan, Lucha Underground

CMLL continues the Universal tournament tonight, with eight luchadors meeting in unsatisfying matches to determine who gets to face Ultimo Guerrero next week. Valiente & Ephesto have no shot. There are interesting stories to be told if Mephsito, Maximo or Mistico make the final, but all are unlikely. The second finalists is one of Atlantis, Volador or Negro Casas, in order of likelihood, though circumstances suggest Atlantis is the heavy favorite.

CMLL’s preview says the Shockercito/Demus hair match will take place next week, along with the Universal final. (Maybe they mentioned this on Informa?) This happens to be a day before WWE comes to town, which might also be the explanation of why they held this tournament off so long. Atlantis is CMLL’s go to guy to draw a big crowd, so he’s likely facing Ultimo Guerrero next week. This week, Shockercito teams with Stukita against Pequeno Nitro & Demus. Other matches on the show include the Ingoberanbles facing the strange team of Super Parka, Angel de Oro and Brazo de Plata and Heddi Karaoui making his debut in the tercera.

CMLL will continue to air on, but they’re saying it will only be viewable in Mexico; everyone else will be blocked like last week. We’ve had some success with the HolaVPN app to get around that block in past times. It did not work last week, but there are other apps and other ways of doing it. (I know people had success with Tunnelbear last week, but the free version didn’t include a Mexico option when I tried it last Friday. You may want to try something else.)

All Elite announced their 10/25 Arena Mexico show will include Damian 666, Bestia 666 and Halloween. They also say they’ll have a big announcement on a ex-WWE luchador appearing on the show which will be made immediately after CMLL’s show ends tonight. That sort of implies someone new is showing up, but it may also just be a counter-WWE thing.

AAA is also busy tonight, running their annual taping at the fair in Tlahuelilpan, Hidalgo. Taping is listed as starting at 9. The main event is Alberto, Fenix, Psycho Clown versus Mesias, Pentagon Jr. and Texano Junior. Alberto isn’t on the next couple of tapings, so maybe they’ll set up a Guerra de Titanes direction while they have him, or maybe he’ll just be a bit in the background. There’s more interviews talking up Fenix versus Mesias; it does seem like a match they might do on Guerra de Titanes. It doesn’t seem like they’d be going in this direction if not for Lucha Underground.

This show continues the run of shows with a lot of mystery people. The mystery people in the opener are probably Lady Shani (teaming with Argos & Mamba) versus Maravilla (teaming with Pimpinela and Hamburguesa.) The mystery man in the semimain – teaming with Lider & Fantasma against Angelico, Jack & Drago – is not totally certain. It’s likely Taurus, but it wasn’t completely clear if Taurus was meant to be a tecnico or a rudo. He was just a victorious bull guy. I’ve got a pretty good guess about who Taurus’ might have been in a previous life; he stayed away from doing any trademark spots in the battle royal, but he’ll probably reveal himself a little more in this match if he’s the one in it.

AAA’s Twitter announced a list of upcoming tapings earlier this week. It didn’t include Nuevo Laredo on the 19th. It turns out it didn’t include Nuevo Laredo because the taping has been moved to 11/02. Why AAA didn’t just say that remains a mystery. The local Cantu promotion had stopped pushed the tickets the last week, so this may have been something in the works for a little while. Nuevo Laredo was the third day of a three show tour; rescheduling it makes the show more costly to run, so there must’ve been something significant going on to change it. The card is still listed as the same, but moving a card back two weeks usually messes with the availability for someone. It’ll still air in the same order on TV; they were going to be way far ahead and now will be less so.

The Ciudad Juarez promoter says the AAA TV taping on 11/15 will have Alberto & Misterio versus Myzteziz & Averno in the main event. That seems like a big match to randomly have on a TV taping, though a good one to test to see if fans will cross the border in large numbers to see an AAA show. It also seems like one that can only happen if Alberto and Myzteziz have worked out whatever it was that ticked off Alberto a few weeks back. There’s been no public sign that they have (and that’s one where making a show of getting along would be a great way to get people to stop talking about it.) We’ll see.

The other big issue with that as a main event is Lucha Underground is supposed to start taping that weekend and at least some of those guys would be expected to be in Los Angeles. It could be that they’ll juggle around the matches to get what they need on Saturday. It could be there just won’t be matches or any open taping to the public. On his podcast Wednesday, Court Bauer said the November shows were pre-production work (not live events). Season 1 Lucha Underground seemed to take care off all the backstage & vignettes in the couple of days prior to the tapings or during that weekend if needed, but never brought in people for a weekend without running shows. Still, if there’s no ticket announcement for November, that’s what is going on. It also kind of sounded like there was only going to be that one trip to LA in November, so the first new episodes in front of a live crowd might not be until December. Bauer also said he heard the plan was for less episodes this year (39 last), with a big picture idea of having a shorter break between ‘seasons’.

ChilangaMask announced Toscano & Decnnis (w/Guapito) versus Arez & Impulso for the 10/25 ChilangaMask show in Coacalco. This might be Arez’ best chance at getting thru a mask without his knee taking him out.

El Pancracio has many interviews from the Todo x el Todo show, including Heavy Metal saying he’s been waiting for a match with Hijo del Santo for 20 years and Cielito explains he was named after the song.

Police have decided Guerrero Negro Jr. was shot because he owed the wrong person money on a gambling debt.

Yo Deportes interviews Chicago luchadors Astro Sound and Vengador del Futuro.

Lucha Libre in Japan

Silueta & Syuri won the REINA tag team titles on their show earlier today.


TXT (SAT) 10/17/2015 Gimnasio Miguel Hidalgo, Puebla, Puebla
1) Limbo & Templario vs Coloso & Principe Christian
2) Rossy Moreno vs Lady Apache
3) Cien Caras Jr. & Rayman vs Cielito & Huracan Ramirez
4) Angel Blanco Jr. & Dr. Wagner Jr. vs El Hijo Del Santo & LA Park

Listed as a TV taping, no idea where. Santo and Blanco are going to have one match while the other chaos goes on. Only four matches, and 600 pesos for ringside.

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CMLL on 2015-08-28 

Flyer ends the tournament back in the crowd

What happened? LA Park & Dr. Wagner Jr. returned to CMLL for the first time in nearly a decade. Park continued his indie feud with Rush, while Atlantis and Sombra continued to feud. Guerrero Maya Jr. got some revenge for losing En Busca de un Idolo by winning the cibernetico. This was the biggest crowd for a regular CMLL show in a while and it felt better than regular.

What was good? All of the matches felt better than usual. The cibernetico was as good or better than anything in this year’s Busca tournament, and the main event was a crazy spectacle. The semimain match was fun too.

Where can I watch? It’s all on YouTube, though the ClaroSports one has some video issues. 

Recapped: 08/28/2015 (more…)

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lucha TV schedule for weekend of October 10th


  • will be airing Friday’s Arena Mexico show, but only for Mexico IP addresses. No one’s really explained why, but that’s the deal. (Maybe it helps Azteca (US) if those matches aren’t airing on the internet two weeks earlier, but that’d only explain blocking US and not the rest of the world.)
  • Claro did this originally, and we were able to use the Hola VPN app to get around it. That app didn’t work last week. It could be because of some (temporary) problem with the app, it could be Claro figuring out how to block it. People who had their own (usually pay) VPN apps were able to get around the block, so it’s not impossible. If Hola doesn’t work again Friday, there are other apps in the Chrome (and other browser) app store, one of them might work. I’m not going to be offering tech support on Friday – I’m not even sure I’m going to try recording this show – but there’s always a way to make it work if you want it to work enough.
  • AAA will begin airing Heroes Inmortales this week. If you paid $19, you paid it to see about 8 days before AAA puts half it on YouTube for free. It’s a strange thing to do when you’re trying to rebuild the value of your PPV, but I’m sure their not thinking about it.
  • CMLL on 52MX continues to be pre-empted at various times. They do update the guide, but it’s all very random. I wonder what they think about Puebla being on the internet for free two weeks before it airs on their network.
  • LATV aired a repeat last week. I’ve got it down as if they’ll just skip that week. We don’t have any recording of the 09/20 show, so this would be new to the internet if it actually aired.

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CMLL on CadenaTres: 2015-08-22 

Valiente makes sure Hechicero goes into the crowd

What happened? Valiente defeated Hechicero to win their very short feud. The normal C3 feed wasn’t working and I missed the opener. 

What was good? Puma & Tiger did fun Puma & Tiger things despite having not great opponents. I think I liked Hechicero/Valiente more than most, though it wasn’t what it might have been a few years ago.

Where can I watch? What I got is on YouTube. Links with each match.

Recapped: 08/26-27/2015 (more…)

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more Megas versus Comandos, Guerrero Negro Jr.

photo by Black Terry Jr.

CMLL (TUE) 10/06/2015 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara[CMLL]
1) Furia Roja & Ráfaga b León Blanco & Neutrón
2) Lluvia, Marcela, Skadi b Dalys, La Comandante, La Seductora
3) Blue Panther Jr., Pegasso, The Panther b Cancerbero, Raziel, Virus
Pegasso replaced Fuego
4) Kráneo, Olímpico, Ripper b Ángel de Oro, Magnum, Stuka Jr.
Magnum replaced Super Porky.
5) La Máscara, Marco Corleone, Volador Jr. b Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas, Shocker
Tecnicos took 2/3. Volador & La Mascara defeated Negro Casas & Shocker to set up a tag title match next week.

There’s no particular explanation of why Volador & La Mascara are friends now.

IWRG (WED) 10/07/2015 Arena Naucalpan [Black Terry Jr. (Flickr), Estrellas del Ring, The Gladiatores]
1) Guerrero 2000 & Vampiro Metálico b Blue Metal & Chicanito
2) Blue Monsther, Enigma, Shadow Boy b Galaxy, Matrix Jr., Power Bull
3) Alas de Acero b Aramis, Vardeus, Adrenalina, Atomic Star
Adrenalina was hurt in the match
4) Acero, Demetrio El Gladiador, Hip Hop Man b Aeroman, Freyser, Kanon
5) Mega, Omega (2002), Super Mega, Ultra Mega DQ Comando Delta, Comando Gama, Comando Stone, Rayan
Comando Delta got away with a martinete on Delta, but Stone got caught fouled Mega. Each team challenged each other for Castillo del Terror.

A lot of mask match challenges on these shows between the stars and it’s the Comandos and the Megas in the match instead. That’ll probably be fun (though less so if Rayan loses.) These Wednesday shows are probably hidden FILL shows with the retro feud being the draw instead of a Copa Higher Power but close enough for me.

TuriLuchas bus service to Arena Coliseo will begin this Saturday. That joins the Friday and Tuesday trips. The press release mentions future plans to expand to Arena Puebla as well.

AAA has photos from their Antonio Pena memorial service.

Guerrero Negro Jr. has recovered enough to talk to police. That seems good. The police says Guerrero Negro kept changing the story of why he got shot. That seems not good. They explained this as Guerrero Negro Jr. being still hurt (mentally and physically) enough not to remember what happened right, though obviously there could be other reasons. Guerrero Negro Jr. said he did not know who shot him, but the second link says three witnesses identified him as Javier “el Mecanico”. Never a good thing to be a shot, probably worse to be shot by a guy who has a public nickname.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.

Highlights of the RIOT debut show.

+LuchaTV has highlights of Cielito versus Angel Blanco. Cielito’s mask is a slightly modified Magnifico one.

Apolo Valdes talks about the positive experience of going to an indy show.

Hechicero talks about his career with ESTO. He says that when he gets burned when practices the fire trick at home but it always goes fine when he does it at the arenas.

Disturbio versus Hijo del Diablo has been added to the 10/25 Chilanga Mask show in Coacalco.

El Marquez lost his mask to Apolo Estrada Jr. in Chilpancingo. That was the show which listed Black Warrior in his first match in quite a while; Black Terry moved up from the undercard to replace him.

Brujo Maya took Picudo‘s hair on the Leyendas show in Queretaro. Fantasma crashed and burned on a dive in his title defense against Mr. Jack. He continued to a double pin draw.

There’s a Caifan & Charles Lucero vs Dr. Cerbero & Guerrero Maya match in Monterrey this Sunday.


IWRG (SUN) 10/11/2015 Arena Naucalpan
1) Hip Hop Man © vs Tortuga Leo [AIWA ARGENTINA CRUISER]
second defense
2) Imposible © vs Hijo del Pantera [IWRG IC Light]
Imposible 10th defense
3) Apolo Estrada Jr. & El Hijo del Diablo © vs Canis Lupus & Trauma I [IWRG IC TAG]
first defense
4) Golden Magic © vs Trauma II [IWRG JUNIORS]
first defense
5) Hijo De Dos Caras © vs Máscara Año 2000 Jr. [IWRG IC HEAVY]
sixth defense

Annual champions carnival deal. A lot of people making challenges in IWRG, but only the main event seems to be built up at all. (And even then, as I’ll continue to note, they just had X-Fly win a giant battle royal to earn that shot for himself.) I think the main event is a title match at least; the poster doesn’t really list as one.

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AAA on Televisa: 2015-08-22 

monkey bars SSP?

What happened? Villano IV cheated to beat Psycho Clown in Villano III’s final matches. The Hell Brothers kept the trios match in a three way cage match.

What was good? My ability to give a dry recap of the events in the previous paragraph without mocking how bad much of it was. I guess this was the lesser half of the show, but it’s tough to pick a good half.

Where can I watch? It’s all around YouTube, including AAA’s channel. 

Recapped: 08/27/2015


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CMLL Lucha Azteca: 2015-08-22 

Ultimo Guerrere beat up with his own skirt

What happened? Revolucionarios actually beat the Guerreros, though it was mostly due to UG costing himself the match. Sombra’s suddenly feuding with Atlantis, which surely can’t be going anywhere.

What was good? the main event was fun live, TV didn’t totally capture it. 

Where can I watch? Links are all below.

Recapped: 08/25/2012 (more…)

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Dragon Lee/Mephisto, hated enemies Volador & La Mascara earn tag title match

photo by Alexis Salazar/CMLL

CMLL (TUE) 10/06/2015 Arena México [CMLL]
1) Leono & Sensei vs Akuma & Cholo
2) Arkángel de la Muerte, Canelo Casas, Nitro b Magnus, Starman, Súper Halcón Jr.
3) Astral b Pequeño Violencia [lightning]
Astral won in 9:45
4) Reyna Isis, Tiffany, Zeuxis b Estrellita, La Vaquerita, Princesa Sugehit
5) Disturbio, Rey Bucanero, Terrible b Blue Panther, Esfinge, Rey Cometa
6) Dragon Lee, La Sombra, Titán DQ Boby Zavala, Mephisto, Último Guerrero
Sombra replaced Rush on Monday (which makes more sense based on last week’s finish.) Tecnicos took 2/3. Dragon Lee beat Mephisto in the second fall, Mephisto pulled Dragon Lee’s mask in the third. This set up a singles match next week.

Mephisto matches have not been as interesting the last few years, but he’s still a good guy for a crazy high flyer to face and no one is crazier than Dragon Lee. It could work.

I’m okay with CMLL not putting up the lightning match this week. I’m okay with CMLL not putting up most of this show.

AAA posted the UTDN (long) version of this week’s TV show, which the Cibernetico, Hijo del Fantasma, Texano Jr. versus La Parka, Monsther Clown, Murder Clown match. The show is listed as complete, so the three way tag from that show probably isn’t airing and they’ll be starting to air Heroes Inmortales this weekend after all.

CMLL Informa will have Ultimo Guerrero and Block B of the CMLL Universal tournament among others. There’s a good chance they’ll have Ultimo Guerrero on four straight weeks.

CMLL has an article on Lestat versus Molotov. I was there for the start of Sombra/Atlantis mask and totally didn’t believe they were actually going to have a mask match a month later. I almost was in the building for the start of this feud too – maybe Molotov turned while we were still buying tickets – and I wouldn’t believe they would have a mask match a few weeks later either. CMLL is increasingly strange.

CMLL will give discounts to fans who dress in thematic outfits for the Dia Los Muerte shows.

+LuchaTV has highlights of the Todo x el Todo main event from Monday. The building is too dark for me to tell if there was actually a decent crowd. gives the attendance as 5,000. I’m skeptical of that number; we have capacity as 5,240 but they definitely cut off part of the arena for the entrance and the seats we could see weren’t full. The main event didn’t start until midnight, which is after everyone’s bed time and probably why the news reports about the show are only coming up today. Santo struck me as old much more than last we saw him.

No update on Guerrero Negro Junior. A columnist writes about Guerrero’s parents – his father was a wrestler for EMLL but his alcoholism hurt his career – and mentions Guerrero Negro Jr. had just opened a gym.

Atlatnis told Diario de Mexico that his retirement is not too far away, maybe just a couple years. Daniel Bryan better get his release quick. Atlantis also implies he has no interested in a retirement tour – one day, he’ll just finish a match, grab the mic, say “I’m retiring”, and then disappear completely. This is the same way I plan on going.

Diva Salvaje vs Demasiado vs Juana la Loca has been added to the 10/25 Coliseo Coacalco show.

Mr. Niebla will be on the 10/17 Cara Lucha show. That’s an odd combination of luchador and promotion, but he’ll probably bring some fans.

There’s a Mr. Aguila & Volador Jr. vs Rush & La Sombra tag match in El Paso on 10/24.

TuriLuchas is saying they’ll start running Saturday trips to Arena Coliseo. Arena Mexico is not hard to get to but Arena Coliseo is a bit harder; it’s definitely more expensive to go on the bus but that’s not a bad idea.

Hijo de Dos Caras is listed as wrestling on the 10/17 WXW (Germany) show for some reason. They’ve got a show the next day so he’s probably in for that too.

Fenix talks about his career, say he’d like to have a mask versus hair match with Mesias.

Segunda Caida reviews Shocker vs Hector Garza

Los Cholitas are headed to Madrid.


CMLL (TUE) 10/13/2015 Arena México
1) Flyer & Sensei vs Cholo & Espanto Jr.
2) Astral, Eléctrico, Fantasy vs Demus 3:16, Pequeño Nitro, Pequeño Olímpico
3) Lluvia, Princesa Sugehit, Skadi vs La Seductora, Reyna Isis, Zeuxis
4) Delta, Fuego, Tritón vs Disturbio, Hechicero, Okumura
5) Rey Cometa, Super Porky, Titán vs Cavernario, Felino, Mr. Niebla
6) Dragon Lee vs Mephisto

The problem with Titan (and Cometa and Cavernario) moving up is they’re running into people who don’t work as well with them moving down. Fourth match should be good.

CMLL (TUE) 10/13/2015 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Explosivo & Metatrón vs Mr. Trueno & Rey Trueno
2) Gallo, Robin, Stigma vs Arkángel de la Muerte, Canelo Casas, Maléfico
3) Blue Panther Jr., Pegasso, Starman vs Misterioso Jr., Pierroth, Sagrado
4) Gran Guerrero, Kráneo, Último Guerrero vs Boby Zavala, Dragón Rojo Jr., Thunder
5) Negro Casas & Shocker © vs La Máscara & Volador Jr. [CMLL TAG]
Shocker & Negro Casas 8th defense, 7 against at least one member of Los Ingobernables.

It’s surprising anyone cares about the Ingobernables feuds given how poorly they’re used. Mascara and Volador will probably get along for most of the match and then fall apart by the end, as they have for two straight years go on.

Speaking of bad ideas CMLL can’t let go of, Thunder’s back. This is not a good card.

DTU (FRI) 10/30/2015 Coliseo Fraternidad, Veracruz, Veracruz
1) ?, ??, ??? vs ????, ?????, ??????
names too small to read
2) Erwin & Irving vs Masizito & Porrito
Irving & Erwin are Chiki Nerds
3) Flyer Boy, Junior, Perro Negro Jr. vs Kid Lobo, Kronos, Maremoto Jr.
4) Joven Maravilla & Lady Maravilla vs Abadon & Zuzu Divine and Principe Dorada and Gio El Malkriado
5) Jimmy, Kevin, Tony vs Aero Power, Anarquia, Hijo De Butire
6) Rocky Lobo vs Ángel del Misterio, Septimo Dragon, Lanzeloth, Chica Ye-Ye
7) Ángel o Demonio & Ovett vs Black Baby & Sepulutra
8) Cíclope & Miedo Extremo vs Black Fire & Pesadilla and Atila & Tiburon

First of the three show DTU tour; the others cards may be out by the time you read this. Whoever came up with “Erwin and Irving” deserves a gold star.

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