2019 indie catch up, part 6 of ∞

everyone in the pool

Volador Jr. © vs Bárbaro Cavernario for the NWA World Welterweight Championship
(CMLL GDL @ 03/05, 9:27, good, thecubsfan)

I think Volador’s problem is overexposure. Here I am seeking out more Volador matches to watch. Who’s the real villain? This is a lightning match in three falls form, with two finishes that never are one and selling near doom two minutes in to the third fall. You do get most of the dives, though Volador thankfully cuts Cavernario off from the most dangerous one. It is really just one more Volador match, which might be good and I’m jaded or might be only ok.

Silver King style dive

Galactar, Rico Rodríguez, Silver Tiger vs Imposible, Súper Nova, Yoruba
(Revolucion Lucha Libre @ 03/09, 14:04, good, Estrellas del Ring)

I think a Hector Godfrey one might be longer but there are days where it is not worth the time to go thru 6 different versions of the match to see which one is complete. (Maybe I should go back to not linking to more than one video per match from him?) All these micro-promotions with their interchangeable rosters may not do a lot for me but they were working great for this crowd, who totally got into the brawling parts of the match (and post-match.) Super Nova’s fire helped with that crowd reaction. Yoruba’s tope was really good. On the other hand, Imposible did so little in this match that stood out that I was sure it was Emperador Azteca in the match until I looked at the lineup. Doing two different chop standoffs in the last minutes kind of slowed the match down too much for me besides being repetitive. Still, this was better than the random collection of people would respect.

Yoruba got a bit of him

Lilith Dark vs Ludark Shaitan
(IWRG @ 03/10, 7:40, good, Internetv Deportes)

Didn’t think much of this early; Lilith messes up an early exchange enough for Ludark to cut her off, and there’s another awkward moment shortly after. This match also made me wonder if the chop exchange spot has become the Guerrero/Malenko roll up  sequence of a new generation. This turned with some hard hitting corner dropkicks, Lilith had a nice looking suplex and Ludark totally killed her in the end. Not the strongest recommendation but still a bit worthwhile.

i was people would stop switching camera angles during moves

Aero Boy & Súper Crazy vs Black Taurus (Indie) & Dragón Bane
(Lucha Libre Real @ 03/15, 8:05, good, Estrellas del Ring)

Fast paced if obviously edited match. Aeroboy & Taurus is a matchup I haven’t seen a lot of despite them both being around the indies for the last few years. They seemed to work well together, even if a thing here or there looked off. Super Crazy did not seem particularly thrilled with young Dragon Bane when Dragon Bane wanted to do something on the ramp. Crazy really didn’t do a lot besides lock the finish in, but he really locked the finish in.

Dragon Bane can do a cool headscissors

Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón vs Alas de Oro, Alas De Plata, Diamante
(FILLM @ 03/16, 11:55, good, Estrellas del Ring)

A solid NGD trios match, not really slipping from their CMLL effort levels. The técnicos didn’t do anything special for me but their timing was good on offense. Rafael el Maya looks like he got walloped by a foot for the ref bump here. Might have been a trick of the camera angle but it still was impressive. I’ve noticed an Estrellas del Ring pattern of cutting the first fall to 20 seconds in these matches. It is not a pleasant pattern.

this started bad but ended up properly painful

Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón vs Esfinge, Titán, Tritón for the Mexican National Trios Championship
(18:16 [3:51, 3:02, 11:23], 2/3, great, thecubsfan)

A very fun trios title match that builds in stages. It’s just a normal weekday match between these two teams for a while, then they go past that to do some of the usual title match bits, and then they find a bigger higher dramatic level in the last section. It doesn’t feel like anything special at first but has the time to get there, in a way to seen with most of these Guadalajara title matches. The técnicos get the necessary one big near fall moment, but that’s not the end of it, they keep attacking. The OneAtos team wearing matching gear – that I can’t even remember if they had before – was a nice touch to make it feel like a bigger match. The finish is pretty definitive on which team is on a different level, though they had to work to get that win. This might be the best Guadalajara match all year.

maybe the smoothest he’s pulled this off

Mistico/Cavernario headlines CMLL show tonight

Mistico is frequently treated as one of the most important tecnicos in CMLL. They make a point of having him enter after Volador and Caristico in matches. Mistico always is in a big spot at FantasticaMania and rarely loses singles matches. He just rarely has singles matches to lose. Tonight’s Arena Mexico singles match is his first three fall one since 2017. (He only had a lightning match in 2018.) It makes for a weird dichotomy where Mistico is treated like a tope guy in CMLL but rarely has those big match moments. Part of that might be due to the crowd reaction. The more vocal parts of CMLL’s fanbase have never warmed to the second Mistico, booing him loudly on every big show no matter how big or small his role. I wonder if another part of it is CMLL just not having the faith in Mistico to deliver in a big match after his motorcycle accident of 2014; he’s never been pushed the same way since coming back. This match seems like it more fell in place than anything – maybe it was Taven/Volador, and maybe it still would’ve been Volador/Cavernario given CMLL’s love of Volador’s match. Mistico got the chance he doesn’t usually get, and maybe he can do well enough to get more chances.

Mistico’s beaten Barbaro Cavernario in the two previous matches they’ve had, including one in Puebla in back in 2016. He probably will again tonight, though how they get there will be the interesting part. In another year where there’s still no obvious Anniversario match late into May, Mistico vs Cavernario for September is as reasonable as a dozen other options. Cavernario’s been asked about this week and said he’d be willing to do it, and Cavernario’s last year of wins would give some doubt to the finish. A surprise Cavernario win tonight would point in that direction as well.

The two big Juicio Final matches have some build up tonight. Ultimo Guerrero and Mascara 2000 meet in the semi-final. Guerrero teams Negro Casas & Felino while Mascara teams with his nephews Cuatrero and Forastero. Kaho and Amapola wrestle in the third match of the card, with Estrellita (first Friday night match this year), Princesa Sugehit, Dalys and Metalica involved.

The lesser two Juicio Final matches are also referenced. Gran Guerrero & Euforia challenge for the tag titles on that show next week. This week, they get one half of the tag champions, Valiente, in the fourth match. (Diamante Azul may have been planned to be in that match; he was said to be injured when he missed the Kaoz show Sunday in Monterrey; Azul hasn’t wrestled in CMLL itself in a month.) Valiente teams with Soberano & Stuka against Gran Guerrero, Euforia and Templario in the best looking undercard. One week before he puts his career on the line, Virus teams with Misterioso & Kawato against Blue Panther Jr., Fuego, and Black Panther. The one match with nothing going on is the opener, Magnus & Robin against Raziel & Cancerbero, though perhaps it’ll continue Magnus’ new Twitter character of complaining about crazy things indie wrestlers do somehow.

The show will stream on Marca & Facebook (no link yet.) It’ll probably stream on YouTube as well, though not in the US. I’ll likely stream it.

Lucha Central has a preview of the show.

Hype for Metalico & Virus doesn’t have anything new but does allow me to correct something from yesterday. The “hair” part of that stipulation match seems to have been dropped sometime between Sunday and Wednesday. It is now only a retirement match.

Blue Panther received a recognition of sports merit from the sports committee of Mexico City.

On this week’s Keepin’ It 100, Disco Inferno quizzed Konnan on the top AAA storyline.s Here is what Konnan came up with

  • Blue Demon vs Dr. Wagner Jr.
  • Lucha Brothers vs the Young Bucks
  • Jinete del Aire & La Parka vs Los Mercenarios
    • Konnan explains they’ve been feuding for three months following Los Mercenarios attacking La Parka’s brother and this will culminate at Verano de Escandalo
  • Nino Hamburguesa & Lady Maravilla & Big Mami
  • Faby Apache vs Hijo del Tirantes

Konnan also is high on the Killer Kross/Puma King feud and explained the in-ring segment from this past week was to set up Kross as his hired gun going against Pentagon when he returns in June. Kross vs Pentagon is a match Kross has talked about wanting for a long time. Konnan seemed to indicate Pentagon would be around more at that point. (Verano de Escandalo looks like the last AAA taping in June right now, so maybe Konnan meant July? Though, at this point, I’ll believe the Lucha Brothers will be in AAA for a non-AEW match when I see it.)

RIOT announced the format for the tournament on their 08/23-24 Reina en el Cerro de la Silla shows. It’ll be a 12 person tournament, with six first-round matches on Friday night, then semi-finals and finals on night two. The winner will become the first RIOT champion. Night two will also have non-tournament matches which won’t be determined until after the first round.

Pro Wrestling Revolution seems to indicate the mystery people on the CMLL Sunday Guadalajara show are their wrestlers. Perhaps under different names than usual?

LuchaWorld has the new Lucha Report.


CMLL (TUE) 05/28/2019 Arena México
1) Bengala & Sonic vs Inquisidor & Yago
2) Águila Blanca, Magia Blanca, Oro Jr. vs Akuma, Dick Riviere, Nitro
3) Drone, Fuego, Star Jr. vs Sagrado, Tiger, Universo 2000 Jr.
4) Audaz, Blue Panther, Guerrero Maya Jr. vs Hechicero, Pólvora, Vangellys
5) Atlantis, Flyer, Kráneo vs Felino, La Bestia Del Ring, Templario
6) Rush vs Ángel de Oro

That main event is first time ever. Templario working semi-mains is good for him but I’d rather see him and Vangellys swapped to increase a chance for a good match. Star Jr. & Sagrado follow up from their lightning match in a trios match. Dick Riviere and Aguila Blanca are the French wrestlers in for the weekend.

CMLL Martes: 2019-05-07

this is “Tuesday Arena Mexico Effort” in GIF form

Recapped: 05/09/2019


Mercurio & Pierrothito beat Acero & Aéreo
(13:57 [4:40, 4:50, 4:27], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Pegasso, Stigma, Súper Astro Jr. beat Cancerbero, Metálico, Raziel
(13:53 [6:30, 2:48, 4:35], 2/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Sagrado, Tiger, Universo 2000 Jr. beat Black Panther, Blue Panther Jr., Tritón
(9:56 [3:22, 2:28, 4:06], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Audaz beat Misterioso Jr. in a lightning match
(4:48, mask pull/foul DQ, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Flyer, Stuka Jr., Titán beat Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto
(11:45 [4:16, 2:09, 5:20], 2/3, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Ángel de Oro, Carístico, Niebla Roja beat Euforia, La Bestia Del Ring, Terrible
(9:59 [2:58, 2:05, 4:56], 2/3, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)

What happened:

Acero apparently hurt his right knee on his second fall winning moonsault of the opener. He’s not in immediate obvious pain, but disappeared from sight for a couple of minutes and then is loaded on a stretcher. He hasn’t appeared again since this match.


half of what is great about this is it’s not another headscissors off the apron

The main event was like the rest of the show, an easy match to get the crowd to react while also not sticking out in anyone’s mind. Carístico probably doesn’t like the Tuesday payouts as much but is one of the better técnicos at working that sort of tourist-friendly match. The Chavez brothers seemed to be trying. I enjoyed the low effort double clothesline by Terrible and Bestia.

The Titan trios match was less than I would’ve hoped. There wasn’t much flying until the third fall, with the second fall being the surprise pin done here occasionally. The técnicos did come thru with a normal comeback run in the third fall but this was just a generic Tuesday match.

Misterioso wasn’t going to be a great base for Audaz, or at least wasn’t motivated to be much of one on this night. Audaz did his solo evasion and his dives, but trying to a fancy armdrag didn’t work. Misterioso didn’t take much of the match, but he also ended it rather early. Audaz is a great highlight wrestler but still hasn’t put together a great match together. It wasn’t going to happen in this matchup but it ought to be happening in CMLL sometime soon.

this is a good idea and they’ll have another decade of being in these matches to get it down better

lucha TV preview for weekend of May 24th, 2019

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If you need a wrestling show on Saturday night, AAA has you covered. The Queretaro show starts at 8, or about 1 hour after the Double or Nothing PPV proper begins.

I’ve talked myself into believing Mistico vs Cavernario on CMLL Marca is going to be bigger than it probably will be.

AAA on YouTube is six TV tapings behind, so it is probably about time for them to be airing just one week of tapings an episode.

CMLL Puebla: 2019-05-06

perhaps Misterioso’s best work this year

Recapped: 05/09/2019


Espíritu Maligno & King Rocker beat Ares & Guerrero Espacial
(12:30 [6:51, 2:01, 3:38], 2/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

El Malayo & Fuerza Chicana beat Asturiano & Millenium
(10:51 [6:03, 2:10, 2:38], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

King Jaguar, Star Jr., Tritón beat Disturbio, El Coyote, Nitro
(10:39 [4:33, 2:01, 4:05], 2/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Esfinge, Kráneo, Volcano beat Hechicero, Misterioso Jr., Sagrado
(13:25 [3:15, 3:10, 7:00], 2/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Cavernario, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero beat Atlantis, Místico, Soberano Jr.
(11:30 [6:09, 1:54, 3:27],
1/3, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Volador Jr. beat Carístico
(14:55, 1/3, good, VideosOficialesCMLL)

  1. Volador inside cradle (2:45)

  2. Místico superkick (2:17)

  3. Volador mask pull small package (9:53)

What happened:

Volador attacked Místico before the start of the match and manipulated referee Edgar often. Volador completely strips Carístico of his mask in the second fall but gets away with it. He does it again for the pinfall in the third.


I guess it worked!

Carístico was fired up and showed it thru a lot of dives in the main event. Volador was also present. That’s probably too harsh, Volador did a bit too, but this was Carístico working a closer to max effort than Volador. Volador did rudo bits, early and late, but never felt really into the match despite the dramatic near falls late. The Destroyer spot was cool. I’m probably downgrading it based on what I feel like it could be rather than what it actually is; the ceiling should be much higher but this was still better than any other match on this show.

The semimain was an alright match. They seemed to do stick more to mat work in the first fall, the ending came very quick in the third fall, Soberano looked like the best guy on this team. It didn’t interest me a whole lot.

Virus/Disturbio loser must retire match added to Juicio Final

Wednesday’s CMLL Informa saw the official contract signing for the Metalico versus Virus match where both men’s hair and career are on the line. This has been a feud on the last Sunday shows. The surprise is the match itself has been added to the May 31 Juicio Final card. It’ll be third on the card, and a one fall match. I can not recall a CMLL show with three different hair matches. One actual big apuesta match would be a bigger draw than three that haven’t seemed that important, but I’m sure CMLL internally believes they’re going all out on this show.

No one’s said when/where this is airing. I think everyone expects it to air on Marca like usual but CMLL has done weird things with the last two major shows. I’m not sure a lot of people were curious about this show with just the stuff that had been announced before. Virus and Metalico might create more interest. The one consistent part is CMLL’s always put it on their YouTube channel by Saturday morning. Hopefully, CMLL will make the Friday night part clear in advance. It’d be good if live is an option, but “not live” is bearable if someone just says something about ahead of time. If there’s no stream, CMLL should be shouting “no stream Friday, please come to Arena Mexico” in between every fall like all the other plugs starting with tomorrow’s show

Mascara 2000 replaces Gran Guerrero on Saturday’s Arena Coliseo show. Gran Guerrero & Euforia hyped their tag title challenge at Juicio Final in an interview. The last time they won a 2v2 tag title match in CMLL was 2014, which does not come up in the interview.

3,000 people visited a public tribute to Silver King at Arena Campeones in Torreon.

AAA’s officially put up the lineups for Queretaro, Monterrey, and Cancun. They have not put up the Merida Verano de Escandalo lineup, which was revealed locally at the same time as the Cancun one. Instead of editing the poster to not list the Young Bucks as champions, AAA’s decided to just pocket it until after Double or Nothing. Jack Evans is still listed as Queretaro.

Pierrothito talks about getting into wrestling, which seems a lot like getting into anything but wrestling for a while before ending up there.

Myzteziz Jr. wants to be a AAA triple champion. His plan is to go after Drago first, and then challenge Fenix.

Univison Deportes has an interview with Sexy Dulce.

Lucha Talk has a new episode.


CMLL (SUN) 05/26/2019 Arena México
1) Retro & Sangre Imperial vs Cholo & Yago
2) Pegasso, Star Jr., Stigma vs Espanto Jr., Nitro, Sangre Azteca
3) Súper Astro Jr. vs Hijo del Signo [lightning]
4) Atlantis Jr., Stuka Jr., Valiente vs Felino, Hijo del Villano III, Vangellys
5) Carístico, Místico, Soberano Jr. vs Hechicero, Negro Casas, Shocker
6) La Bestia Del Ring, Rush, Terrible vs Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón

The good Sunday Arena Mexico people don’t get Metalico/Virus but do get, uh, Super Astro vs Hijo del Signo. NGD vs Ingobernables is not one done a lot.

CMLL (SUN) 05/26/2019 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Mandala vs Jabalí
2) Amperaje & Cosmos vs Destello & Relámpago Azul
3) Black Sugar, Fantástico, Tigre Blanco vs Mr. Trueno, Paymon, Rey Trueno
4) Baron Blanco Jr., El Rielero, Vaquero Jr. vs Capitán Cobra, Maléfico, Príncipe Kisho
5) Crixus, Magnum, Metatrón, Paladin vs Difunto, Furia Roja, Gran Kenut, León Blanco

Again, I usually skip posting Sunday’s Guadalajara lineup here because they are mostly names no one knows. This week, it is two names I don’t even know – no one named Paladin or Crixus has wrestled here prior, and they’re in the main event. It is truly a mystery. (In general, they seemed headed to a cage match here soon.)

CMLL (MON) 05/27/2019 Arena Puebla
1) Astro, Centella Roja, Meyer vs Espíritu Maligno, Guerrero Espacial, Sombra Diabólika
2) King Jaguar, Star Jr., Tigre Rojo Jr. vs El Perverso, Fuerza Chicana, Nitro
3) El Audaz, Esfinge, Tritón vs Ephesto, Luciferno, Tiger
4) Carístico, Soberano Jr., Valiente vs Cavernario, Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas
5) Mephisto & Volador Jr. vs Niebla Roja & Terrible [Torneo Increible de Parejas, final]

Mephisto & Volador vs Niebla Roja & Terrible will be solid. 3rd and 4th matches are in the same range.

CMLL (TUE) 05/28/2019 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) El Divino, Fugaz, Mr. Samurai vs Carlo Roggi, Guerrero de la Muerte, Mr. Apolo
2) Príncipe Diamante, Súper Astro Jr., Vaquero Jr. vs Difunto, Espanto Jr., Hijo del Signo
3) Esfinge, Stigma, Tritón vs Disturbio, Hijo del Villano III, Olímpico
4) Diamante Azul, Niebla Roja, Valiente vs Rey Bucanero, Shocker, Terrible
5) Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero © vs Carístico, Soberano Jr., Stuka Jr. [CMLL TRIOS]
3rd defense

Soberano might become trios champion because Volador was off one week! Soberano probably isn’t becoming trios champion.

Mexa Wrestling (SAT) 06/08/2019 Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México
1) Calibus vs Príncipe AéreoSobredosisBlack DragónAuzterSherekanBaby StarTorito Negro
2) Centurion, Dinamic Black, Fulgor I, Imposible, Mr. Leo vs Fly Warrior, Murciélago Plateado, Poseidón, The Tiger, Último Maldito
3) Negro Navarro & Solar I vs El Mimo & Toro Negro
4) Jack Evans vs AramisArkángel DivinoPumita
5) El Diablo & Lady Flammer vs Hija De Gatubela & Metaleón
6) Rey Horus vs Steve Pain
7) Golden Boy & Símbolo vs Trauma I & Trauma II

This show is called God Level and is quite a random collection of matches. I think it’ll be good but it doesn’t particularly feel like a Mexa Wrestling show. The fourth match is subtitled “Purity of Strong Style” and I can not imagine why.

AAA on Twitch (Hermosillo): 2019-05-05

rolling moves are cool

Recapped: 05/05/2019


Samoano, Keyra beat Big Mami, Hijo del Tirantes and Niño Hamburgesa, Faby Apache
(9:22, Keyra moonsault Mami, ok,

Chik Tormenta & Lady Maravilla beat Mamba & Máximo
(11:49, Maravilla Devil’s wings Mamba, below average,

Carta Brava Jr., Mocho Cota Jr., Tito Santana beat Myzteziz Jr., Flamita, Hijo Del Vikingo
(9:05, Mocho Cota Spanish Fly Flamita, great,

Arez, Monsther Clown, Taurus beat La Parka, Drago, Golden Magic
(12:08, Taurus Rodeo Driver Drago, ok, 01:30:10)

Chessman, Rey Escorpión, Texano Jr. beat Dr. Wagner Jr., Pagano, Psycho Clown
(17:44, Chessman chair to the knee Pagano, ok,

What happened:

springboard spear

Psycho Clown went after the rudos post-match, only to take a spear from Taurus. La Parka, Vikingo, and Myzteziz beat them up. Poder del Norte ran thru the crowd to attack them. The rudos destroyed the tecnicos for an extended period.

La Parka harshly attacked Poder del Norte after their match for attacking his son way back when.

Maravilla seems to hurt her right shoulder during an armbar reversal sequence early on. She tried to wrestle thru it, and Hijo del Tirantes actually left the ring to check on her during the match. Mami ran in post-match to attack Maravilla, once again trying to legdrop and getting Maravilla mostly in the face. Tirantes also got beat up.


I have no idea

The main event was very ordinary. Two técnico posing bits felt like they were really stretching it up. Pagano finish seemed like a write off if this same bit of him being taken away with a horrible injury didn’t already happen every second match. Chessman had a better night than one before but wasn’t asked to do a lot. Psycho Clown tried but this wasn’t near as good as his match the previous show.

The semi-main had the La Parka match, which was rather not good, and they had everyone else, which had some definite moments. This was hard for me to watch because the framerate was dropping badly at points, but the action was good when it seemed to be moving at a good speed. Golden magic had a great headscissors. Arez got in his suplex when he wasn’t stooging for everyone. Taurus continued to look dangerous to the técnicos and probably should’ve teased a title match. Monster Clown working well with flyers gives some hope to the Aerostar feud if they’re going to do it.

The latest Poder del Norte match was just non stop action, coming off to with the dives off the entrance set and getting better after that. Poder del Norte are doing fewer chair spots ow and making them more effective, which is nice. They’ve also hit their finishing sequence so many times for the certain win, making it surprising when the pin was broken up. Vikingo let Flamita be the one to almost kill himself but still pulled out a few fling spots. The points where the match turned drastically were incredible. This feud continues to be great.

Taurus slam

The finish of the exoticos/women match was supposed to be a Maravilla one woman Spanish Fly on Mamba, only Mamba fell down before they could do it. It was that side of match, starting out with the Maravilla arm injury and featuring other messed up looking spots in the middle. Chik Tormenta is the only one who had anything close to a good match. Big Mami’s run-in didn’t help.

Having a pre-match promo changing the opener to a three-way tag and then the wrestlers ignoring it to do the same trios match was so aggressively dumb that it was hard to take the rest of the match seriously. At least if they set up Mami & Hamburgesa splitting up more it may have justified it, but they were more friends than when they started. The camerawork made it hard to figure why Mami didn’t win the match. Hijo del Tirantes is better doing a little and had to do a whole match here. This is not a good use of anyone’s time.

This opener was a trios match than Konnan arbitrarily changed it to a three-way tag match. The referee was a local who didn’t seem to be named, or maybe just a staff guy. He did have what would be normally considered refereeing gear. Lady Maravilla showed up just as the técnicos were going to win.

Golden Magic twisting headscissors

Lucha Libre 151-160 magazine recaps

Lucha Libre 151

These issues summaries run from September 11th to November 13th, 1966. This is getting close to the end of 1966. I’ll try to do some sort of year in review once that is finished.

Lucha Libre 151 – 09/11/1966 (Friday of 09/02, released 09/06)

  • Last week, it seemed like a hair match was coming but it wasn’t clear which one. It turns out to be two: Jerry London defeats Karloff Lagarde in one, and Rene Guajardo beats Felipe Ham Lee in the other.
  • The EMLL Anniversary show is said to be set for 09/23. (It doesn’t happen until 09/30.)
  • Rene Guajardo also has recently defended his title against Felipe Ham Lee, but not said when or where
  • a feature: “luchadors: normal people outside the ring who are capable of marrying women”
  • Most of the wrestlers owe more than 6 months of back dues to UNL
  • “Braulio Mendoza is lying.” Acapulco wrestlers are upset with Mendoza, the head of the local version of the union but afraid of challenging him. There are issues with trying to kick Johnny Ceballos and La Cebra out of the union after they’ve been accused of crimes
  • Karis La Momia is now wrestling under his real name of Mario Gomez in Tulancingo
  • Rodolfo Ruiz is expected out for all of September with kidney issues. A later note says amends it to two months.
  • El Vasco broke his right forearm in a match with Tony Sugar and will be out a while.
  • Pepe Menedita it in “delicade” health
  • filmmakers really want Mil Mascaras
  • Rafael Barradas is preparing a book about the history of lucha libre
  • Chabela Romero has defended her women’s title against Betty Olguin in Arena San Juan Pantitlan
  • Pokarito Ramirez challenges Raul Rojas for a shot at the lightweight title”
  • Emilio Charles is now the programmer for a promotion running at Plaza de Toros Monterrey
  • A Goliat bio
  • Chino Chow is rated 84, with a 7 for personality among 8s and 9s.
  • magazine complains about too many people with Oro/Dorado in their name.
  • paper very upset with the result between Tigre Steiger & Mil Mascaras
  • an article complains about too many popular rudos and not many tecnicos.
  • a Dr. Wagner profile. He hasn’t been around much.
  • Cavernario Galindo art bio

Lucha Libre 152 – 09/18/1966 (Friday of 09/09, released 09/13)

  • Mil Mascaras, Black Shadow defeat El Santo, Rayo de Jalisco in the finals of a Friday tag tournament and a battle of idols. Match was said to be great.
  • Mil Mascaras will be out 7 weeks due to filming a movie.
  • Canadian Jerry London has fallen in love with Mexico. “He has changed hot dogs for enchiladas.”
  • Ciclon Veloz Jr. hopes to reach the same fame as his father.
  • The two hair match show last week drew 163,987 pesos, which is just short of the record (164,500) set by Santo versus Espanto I in a mask match.
  • Huracan Ramriez may have returned to Central America.
  • Black Gordman may have won national heavyweight title from Pantera Negra in Monterrey but they don’t have it confirmed. (Current records say Gordman won on the 6th in Ciudad Victoria).
  • Guadalajara announcer Salvador Vazquez is called “inepto”
  • a list of those who lost their hair in 1966 so far. Seems a weird article for September. Some have dates, some do not, most have already been mentioned.
  • Carlos Moreno & “Wolff” Rubinski get the art bio tribute.

Lucha Libre 153 – 09/25/1966 (Friday of 09/16, released 09/20)

  • Karloff Lagarde & Rene Guajardo beat Ray Mendoza & Jerry London, though that was only after a defeated Lagarde knocked out London from outside. The magazine is unhappy with the rudos’ behavior.
  • There’s a rumor of more EMLL wrestlers being cut.
  • Raul Reyes wants an apuesta rematch with Dr. Wagner
  • Oswaldo Johnson, the promoter of note from Guatemala, was in Mexico City working to recruit more wrestlers to come to his country.
  • Tito Montes, a Mexican raised in the US, has debuted in Acapulco.
  • Rene Guajarado profile billed as an undisputable champion
  • The notes column mentions the ropes in Arena Coliseo are bad and a danger to the wrestlers
  • Tigre Steiger needed a minor back operation after being hit with a bottle in Cuernavaca.
  • The magazine talks about all the big names who’ve wrestled for EMLL, celebrated it’s 33rd anniversary the next day.
  • An article about the history of the national middleweight title seems like it is more like the world middleweight title. I’m very confused.
  • Bulldog Reyes is rated 76.
  • Rene Guajardo & Jerry London get the art bio treatment.

Lucha Libre 154 – 10/02/1966 (Friday of 09/23, released 09/27)

  • El Santo, Jerry London, Ray Mendoza beat Rene Guajardo, Karloff Lagarde, Henry Pilusso in the Friday main event. This turned into heavy brawling and was not liked by the magazine.
  • Karloff Lagarde is going to be out for a while after getting his tonsils removed.
  • There’s a long article about how the people make the wrestlers stars, not the people. This feels like a reaction to something – maybe Box Y Lucha called Mil Mascaras an invention of Lucha Libre? Mascaras definitely comes up, with the magazine admitting Mil had a lot of hype coming in while arguing that also meant the crowd would’ve turned harder against him if he didn’t deliver on the hype.
  • The “batalla rusa de parejas” is debuting in Arena Coliseo; basically a tag team tournament with partners determined by elimination order. “No one liked the idea.”
  • Ray Silva & Leo Lopez are debuting in Arena Coliseo from Guanajuato
  • El Santo has recently defended his title against Buddy Montes in Plaza de Toros el Cortijo.
  • A notes column mentions El Santo is getting 750 dollars (specified as dollars instead of pesos) per match.
  • the main event luchadors from 09/16 show were fined 250 pesos for their actions. It’s not said exactly what the action is, just the magazine says it was a serious spectacle.
  • ex-wrestler Juan Garza is now the match-maker in Guayaquil, Ecuador.
  • The middleweight title history continues. The order of the champions match up but the dates remain different thru Tarzan Lopez’s first reign.
  • The Tijuana wrestlers union has dissolved due to bad direction. Wrestlers have joined the Mexicali group instead.
  • New Tabasco state champions are Vikingo II (lightweight), Rayo Vengador (welter), and Halcon Blanco (middle)
  • Tigre Steiger gets a profile after being around for a while. He’s in for 3-9 months and has a degree from the “University of Hamburgo” as an x-ray technician.
  • Caballero Tigre hype.
  • Jose Lotario is doing well in Puerto Rico.
  • a Black Shadow profile.
  • Lobo Negro & Carnicero Butcher get the art treatment.

Lucha Libre 155 – 10/09/1966 (Friday of 09/30, released 10/04)

  • in the 33rd Anniversary EMLL show, Rene Guajardo defeats Jerry London in a hair vs hair match. Lucha Libre believes London was the best wrestler in Mexico. They’re so upset about the outcome that they doesn’t even want to write about the match.
  • The promoter of Plaza de Toros el Coritjo are called out for making 15,000 on their 09/25 show and paying the referee only 41 pesos. A lot of drunk people too t the show.
  • Gori Guerrero is coming to wrestle in Mexico City. This time for sure! (He does not come.)
  • El Nazi went to a draw with Mil Mascaras and feels that shows he can beat Mascara in a title match
  • Rizado Ruiz talks about his career. Jesus Lomelin gave him the name.
  • Referee Roberto Rangel traveled to San Antonio to referee a Bruno Sammartino & Dorrel Dixon WWF title match.
  • Tona La Tapatia is now working behind the scenes on movies
  • Part 3 of the middleweight history, which again has all different dates than I’m used to.
  • Joe Marin gets the art tribute
  • The union will hold a benefit show on 10/14. These have had all title matches in the past, but no lineup turns up from this one.
  • Halcon Negro loves Mexico
  • Buddy Montes rated a 59, with a 5 in popularity and 6 in tencica. The magazine is still upset about him getting a title match against El Hijo del Santo
  • Tigre Steiger, scheduled for 3 months, is already on his way out due to poor performances.
  • Lalo Montengro unmasked Fantasma (from Pachuca) in Morelia, but no name was announced.

Lucha Libre 156 – 10/16/1966 (Friday of 10/07, released 10/11)

  • Rene Guajardo & Black Shadow win the first ever ruleta rusa tournament on a Friday night. This is not an apuesta match like we might think about that term today. It is the same eight-team tournament they’ve been doing, except the teams themselves are decided by battle royal. Shadow reverts to his rudo persona for the first time in a while in teaming with lead rudo Guajarado. It sticks, he remains a rudo going forward.
  • This is the 3rd Anniversary of the magazine.
  • There’s an article complaining about “campeonitis”, worthless championships. The tag team title situation gets brought up here. Santo & Rayo are the Arena Mexico (Friday) champions, Rebelde & Apolo Curiel are the Tuesday Arena Coliseo tag champs and Espanto I & Espanto III are the Sunday Arena Coliseo tag team champions. None of them come up much and there are no officially recognized national tag team championship. The magazine only wants two titles (National and World), getting rid of the local/state titles.
  • They also want champions to defend against real challengers, still aggravated by that Santo title defense against Buddy Montes.
  • Japan’s Akio Yoshihara is returning to Mexico for the first time in nearly a decade.
  • Cesar Valentino is back from wrestling in Spain. He didn’t like it, saying he got paid less in the US and the fans weren’t the equal of Mexico. Valentino says Argentina is a much better situation in all ways than Spain.
  • Rodolfo Ruiz is 2 weeks away from returning from injury.
  • the Mexican Middleweight title history continues here. I can actually make sense of it compared to what we have right now. The version here is Tarzan Lopez held the belt for 10 years from 1946 to 1956, instead of vacating it after winning the world title in 1948. There’s no new champion until 1956 so that could very well be correct.
  • Tigre Steiger’s contract is mentioned as being canceled by CMLL, so he’s officially done.
  • new luchador Zeus gets a profile
  • Karloff Lagarde has been discharged by surgeons after his tonsils surgery. Pacific Coast promoters want him against Santo when Santo returns from South America
  • Ray Mendoza sold a lot of tickets in Acapulco, with the magazine claiming he’s the best ticket seller of the moment
  • a title win (World Junior Middleweight) by Basil Batah in Venezuela on 10/02 is said to have drawn 13,000 people.
  • La Furia is rated a 82
  • A short article on Ray Silva.

Lucha Libre 157 – 10/23/1966 (Friday of 10/14, released 10/18)

  • Ruben Juarez, Rayo de Jalisco beat Karloff Lagarde, El Nazi in a boring Friday main event. This was Lagarde’s return from injury. Angel Blanco & Dr. Wagner won in the semi-main, their highest profile win as a tag team so far. Akio Yoshihara did make his return.
  • the 2-3 Fuera column wonders why there are no national tag team champions.
  • The Tuesday Arena Mexico titles held by Rebelde & Daniel Curiel have been vacated to give other youngsters a chance. A tournament is underway
  • Bodybuilders are coming into wrestling, but the magazine believes they will put the rest the old myth that bodybuilders don’t have enough flexibility to do well in wrestling. In a remarkable coincidence, this leads into a plug for a bodybuilding magazine from the same publishers.
  • a profile on Halcon Suriano. He was born into wealth (inherited from his grandfather on his father’s side), but the family lost all the money when he was young and it was a terrible adjustment. The second part of this interview seems to be missing, but the photos indicate there were hopes of him being a next El Santo only for him suffering a vertebrae injury against the Espantos.
  • Hector Guzman has re-opened Arena Lopez Mateos after improvements to the arena shut it down for 45 days.
  • local promoters are now all copying the ruleta ruso idea
  • Chico Casasola may be leaving his EMLL programming role to return this job as head of the wrestlers union.
  • Pepe Casas was a hair vs mask match with Caata Brava I
  • A Karloff Lagarde hype article
  • The despised Mil Caras, revealed months ago here to be Sordomundo Rodirugez and also someone bitting off Mil Mascaras’ fame, lost that mask to El Zombie in Arena Azteca Budokan.
  • A show at Arena Oblatos in Jalisco was threatened to be shut down because two of their wrestlers owe move to the Arena Coliseo Guadalara promoters. The column is confused at what one has to do with the other.
  • El Monstruo is rated 77
  • A micro-report on Rasputin
  • Juan Flores, the Mexico greco-roman champion at 78 kg, is headed to CMLL.
  • An interview on El Rebelde as he works on his car.

Lucha Libre 158 – 10/30/1966 (Friday of 10/21, released 10/25)

  • Rene Guajardo again defeated Jerry London for the NWA Middleweight championship. NWA President Sam Mushnick was in attendance and raised Guajarado’s arm after the defense.
  • a profile on Black Shadow, becoming a rudo again after 13 years.
  • Rayo de Jalisco continues to have fans and critics for his flying style.
  • Anibal now is in CMLL’s gym training for a debut.
  • Hype for Wagner & Blanco
  • Ray Mendoza & Mil Mascaras are working on movies.
  • As de Oros has been called to Mexico City to debut
  • The magazine is upset the Vetarron brothers are wrestling in outfits similar to Mil Mascaras.
  • someone claiming to be El Santo but obviously a fake wrestled in Puerto Rico
  • Prelimiary wrestlers who can be top stars in the future: Pato Soria, Solitario, Benny Romero, Tony Reina, el Greco, Cesar Valentino, Ciclon Veloz Jr., Chucho Villa, and Ray Silva
  • an interview with Vikingo

Lucha Libre 159 – 11/06/1966 (Friday of 10/28, released 11/01)

  • Black Shadow & Henry Pilusso won another ruleta ruso
  • Jerry London has terminated his contract with EMLL, which is what spurred them to call Dory Dixon back in.
  • Halcon Negro has also quit EMLL, unhappy about his spot. He’s out of wrestling and working in other businesses. Lucha Libre had often been down on his matches
  • Lucha Libre now is down on Akio Yoshihara’s matches, says he needs to show more heat and aggressiveness or he’ll be going back to Japan.
  • The rankings have Guajarado as the top rudo with black Shadow just behind. Rayo de Jalisco is the top tecnico in front of Santo. They list tag teams (Rayo/Santo) and trios (London, Lee, Mendoza) for the first time.
  • Blue Demon is going to film another movie before returning to wrestling.
  • Tony Salazar pops up for the first time in a Nuevo Valores section. He’s 19 at this point and hoping to pass the professional test (but is wrestling on small shows alreadly)
  • Felipe Ham Lee profile
  • As de Oro wants to wrestle in Arena Mexico.
  • a Dick Angelo profile
  • Leo Lopes is out 40 days due to a clavicle injury, suffered when the second rope broke on last Tuesday’s Arena Coliseo show. Those were the same ropes warned about earlier. .
  • A Q&A with Raul Rojas, who likes dancing (flameco!); he says it was his passion before wrestling.
  • Carnicero Grimaldo is rated 78.

Lucha Libre 160 – 11/13/1966 (Friday of 11/04, released 11/08)

  • Rudo Black Shadow continues winning, teaming with Henry Pilusso to beat Rayo de Jalisco, Ray Mendoza on Friday night. The magazine is thrilled to get a week off from Rene Guajarado.
  • The La Verdad de Lucha Libre section still has not returned – but “La Falsa de Lucha Libre” shows up in this issue! They’re upset about wrestlers who don’t really know lucha, battle royals (how can you have real fights with all those people in the ring) and the rise of holds that require obvious co-operation or aren’t actually hurting anyone
  • the opening complaints of the magazine: why are the Ventarron being allowed to wrestle masked and under other identities unmasked? When will someone hold a tournament to decide a challenge for Gory Guerrero? Later, it’s claimed Gori Guerrero was totally going to come back to defend against the great Jerry London but London left Mexico. They do praise Antonio Montoro so it’s not all complaining.
  • A Dory Dixon profile. He has muscles. He would be champion but all the current champions are scared to defend against him! This is some good journalism.
  • The women luchadors are in Monterrey and Torreon right now. Black Gordman and Cesar Silva have left the Monterrey and are headed to Juarez.
  • Mil Mascaras is getting close to finishing the two movies he was on.
  • build for a Black Shadow vs Rayo de Jalisco match.
  • a Huroki Sito interview.
  • Alfonso Dante is rated 81, called “cold”
  • El Muerto Alfonso Morales is now Golden Boy.
  • someone named Juan Macanas is getting on small shows in Mexico City but isn’t really trained.

Angel de Oro/Rush & trios title match set for next week

Rush asking for those thrown drinks finally caught up to him

CMLL (TUE) 05/21/2019 Arena México [CMLL, Lucha Central]
1) Leono & Sonic b El Coyote & Grako LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES DE ARENA MEXICO 21 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
tecnicos took 2/3
2) Halcón Suriano Jr., Magia Blanca, Oro Jr. b Disturbio, Hijo del Signo, Sangre Azteca LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES DE ARENA MEXICO 21 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
tecnicos took 2/3
10 minute time limit, with both down at the buzzer after a Star Jr. moonsault met Sagrado feet. Sagrado angrily powerbombed Star Jr. afterwards.
4) Blue Panther, El Audaz, Guerrero Maya Jr. b Pólvora, Tiger, Universo 2000 Jr. LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES DE ARENA MEXICO 21 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Tecnicos took 1/3. Money thrown in.
5) Flyer, Kráneo, Rey Cometa b Hechicero, Mephisto, Rey Bucanero LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES DE ARENA MEXICO 21 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Tecnicos took 1/3.
6) La Bestia Del Ring, Rush, Terrible b Ángel de Oro, Atlantis, Niebla Roja [Relevos IncreíblesLUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES DE ARENA MEXICO 21 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
straight falls, Rush faking a foul from Angel de Oro. Oro loudly demanded a singles match week. Rush accepted and a post match brawl took place.

A much better than usual Tuesday show, with both the lightning match and the fourth match being worth going out of your way to watch. The brawl after the main event went a bit wild.

Rush and Angel de Oro hype a singles match. It would be their first one ever, between two guys who were trios champions together a long time ago. Star Jr. wants a rematch, while Sagrado says already knows he’s better. This seemed like the set-up to a singles rematch but they’ve already got that covered and rarely do twice.

CMLL (TUE) 05/21/2019 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [CMLL]
1) Magnum, Metatrón, Micro b Capitán Cobra, Difunto, Fúnebre
tecnicos took 2/3
2) Avispa Dorada, Lluvia, Sanely b La Seductora, Reina Isis, Tiffany
tecnicos took 1/3
3) Drone, Fuego, Tritón b Kawato San, Metálico, Olímpico
tecnicos took 1/3
4) Místico, Soberano Jr., Valiente ?? Shocker, Templario, Vangellys
Esfinge replaced Soberano (moved up). Templario replaced Matt Taven. Rudos won fall 1, tecnicos took 2, no third fall finish mentioned.
5) Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero b Carístico, Soberano Jr., Stuka Jr.
Soberano replaced Volador (injury?) Tecnicos took 2/3 to set up a trios title match.

It remains to be seen if Soberano or Volador will be in that trios match. Informa might accidentally be useful if only to scan thru and see if Volador showed up. The rule about putting Euforia & Soberano in the same match seems to be no longer in existence.

Silver King was the cover of Box Y Lucha (#3385) this week. NJPW honored Silver King before their show this morning. The Lucha Libre Guatemala blog has some photos of his time wrestling in that country.

France’s Aigle Blanc will also be wrestling on the 05/28 CMLL show.

WrestleRex on June 13th has Soberano Jr. vs Templario and Bestia 666 & Sam Adonis vs Facade & Super Crazy in Pittsburgh. Tickets go on sale today.

El Hijo del Santo was named cultural ambassador of the IPN university.

Pirata Morgan talked in Monclova about reaching 40 years of wrestling.

A new Box y Lucha commission was opened in Jiutepec, Morelos, hoping to increase participation.

A story on a mask maker in Monterrey. And a lucha libre ring announcer in Dallas.

There was a lecture-discussion on women and exotico wrestlers in lucha libre as the Memory and Tolerance Museum in Mexico City.

Congratulations to The Gladaitores for reaching 13 years of publishing.


IWRG (SUN) 05/26/2019 Arena Naucalpan
1) Noicy Boy & Spider Fly vs Cosmic & Vortex
2) Águila Oriental, Ángel Drago, Dinámico vs Biosfera, Galactus, Güero Palma
3) Ángel Estrella Jr., Dranzer, Fireman vs Canival, Guerrero 2000, Matrix Jr.
4) Black Shadow Jr., Leo, Toto vs Kanon, Ra-Zhata, Shil-Kah
5) Chico Che vs Ovett
6) Auzter, Black Dragón, Chef Benito, Chicanito, Death Metal, Latino, Neza Kid, Puma de Oro vs Caballero de Plata, Canibal Jr., Dragón Fly, Guerrero Olímpico, Historico, Imperial Jr., Marado, Mosca [mask, hair, cage]

The main event is Gym FILL (Black Terry) vs Gym Argentino (Hip Hop Man), following up on recent issues. Dragon Fly returning to wrestling and being a focal point of all this might mean doom for him.

great match roundup, week of 2019-04-27

Sasuke Special


That’s about 12 hours of wrestling. That’s an unhealthy amount of wrestling is what it is. Oh well.

I liked a lot of the AAA TV from this group, especially in Nogales. It does suffer a bit from being TV filler, being the set up to something coming (maybe.) The CMLL versus The Crash felt like the complete feud in one match. It helped by CMLL having no plans but being the definitive match is something I value.

Recommended Matches

rating matches TV Show taped
great Ángel de Oro & Niebla Roja vs Adam Brooks & Mecha Wolf 450 LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 3 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
good Chik Tormenta vs La HiedraFaby ApacheLady Maravillain a AAA’s Reina de Reinas Tournament match and in a Number One Contenders Match match  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-04-28 2019-04-28
good Villano III Jr. vs Jack EvansAustralian SuicideTaurus  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-04-28 2019-04-28
good Flamita, Golden Magic, Hijo Del Vikingo vs Carta Brava Jr., Mocho Cota Jr., Tito Santana  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-04-28 2019-04-28
good Hijo Del Vikingo, Laredo Kid, Psycho Clown vs Rey Escorpión, Taurus, Texano Jr.  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-04-28 2019-04-28
good Drone, Pegasso, Star Jr. vs Cancerbero, Raziel, Tiger LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 30 DE ABRIL DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-30 2019-04-30
good Carístico vs Último Guerrero LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 30 DE ABRIL DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-30 2019-04-30
good Drago, Faby Apache, Golden Magic vs Chik Tormenta, Keyra, Monsther Clown  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
good Psycho Clown vs Rey Escorpión in a lumberjack rules match  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
good Avispa Dorada, Kaho Kobayashi, La Jarochita vs Amapola, Dalys, Reina Isis LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 3 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
good Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero vs Cuatrero, Máscara Año 2000, Sansón LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 3 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
good Carístico, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs La Bestia Del Ring, Rush, Terrible LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 3 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03

Other Matches

rating matches TV Show taped
ok Puma King vs Killer Kross  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-04-28 2019-04-28
ok La Parka, Murder Clown, Niño Hamburguesa vs Averno, Chessman, Dave The Clown  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-04-28 2019-04-28
ok Marcela © vs Metálica for the CMLL World Women’s Championship LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 22 DE ABRIL DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-29 2019-04-29
ok Carístico, Cuatrero, Sansón vs Ephesto, Mephisto, Volador Jr. in a relevos increíbles match LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 22 DE ABRIL DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-29 2019-04-29
ok Átomo, El Gallito, Microman vs Chamuel, El Guapito, Perico Zakarías LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 30 DE ABRIL DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-30 2019-04-30
ok Black Panther, Blue Panther, Blue Panther Jr. vs Ephesto, Felino, Luciferno LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 30 DE ABRIL DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-30 2019-04-30
ok Atlantis, Soberano Jr., Stuka Jr. vs Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 30 DE ABRIL DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-30 2019-04-30
ok Big Mami & Niño Hamburguesa vs Arez & Lady Maravilla  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
ok Mamba, Máximo, Myzteziz Jr. vs Carta Brava Jr., Mocho Cota Jr., Tito Santana  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
ok Flamita & Hijo Del Vikingo vs Chessman & Taurus  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
ok Dr. Wagner Jr. & Pagano vs Blue Demon Jr. & Texano Jr.  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
ok Magnus & Oro Jr. vs Akuma & Grako LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 3 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
ok Soberano Jr. vs Mephisto in a lightning match LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 3 DE MAYO DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-05-03 2019-05-03
below average Atlantis, Diamante Azul, Soberano Jr. vs Gran Guerrero, Hechicero, Último Guerrero LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 22 DE ABRIL DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-29 2019-04-29
not rated Astro & Meyer vs Joker & Sombra Diabólika LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 22 DE ABRIL DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-29 2019-04-29
not rated Asturiano & Millenium vs Espíritu Maligno & Toro Bill Jr. LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 22 DE ABRIL DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-29 2019-04-29
not rated Drone, Fuego, Tigre Rojo Jr. vs Disturbio, Policeman, Virus LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 22 DE ABRIL DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-29 2019-04-29
not rated Bengala & Sonic vs Apocalipsis & Espíritu Negro LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 30 DE ABRIL DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-04-30 2019-04-30