CMLL Puebla: 2019-09-16

works well when you don’t want to keep doing the headscissors

Recapped: 09/16/2019

Matches:

Ares, Black Tiger, Policeman beat Hijo de Centella Roja, Meyer, Tigre Rojo Jr.
(16:38 [7:24, 5:44, 3:30], 2/3, ok, 00:03:14)

Lluvia, Sanely, Skadi went to a draw against Amapola, La Metálica, Tiffany
(19:57 [6:56, 5:25, 7:36], 1 tecnicas/2 rudas/3 draw, ok, 00:27:48)

Dulce Gardenia, Rey Cometa, Stigma beat Okumura, Olímpico, Perverso
(13:31 [6:08, 2:32, 4:51], 2/3, ok, 00:56:44)

Atlantis, Atlantis Jr., Flyer beat Hijo del Villano III, Templario, Vangellys
(9:43 [2:41, 2:33, 4:29], 2/3, ok, 01:19:53)

Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas, Soberano Jr. beat Carístico, Místico, Terrible in a relevos increíbles match
(10:07 [3:36, 3:43, 2:48], 1/3, below average, 01:42:35)

What happened:

Negro Casas snuck in a foul on Caristico for the win and Caristico asked for a singles match next week.

The women’s match ended in a rare double pin draw. Lluvia kicked out Metalica’s senton con giro and attempted to cradle her, only both had their arms pinned. Lluvia and Metalica went after each other’s masks afterward.

Templario’s neck slid on the floor catching a dive. He was attended to by medics at the start of the third fall then returned to the match, though he didn’t look 100% earlier on.

The CMLL Diosas del Ring edecanes worked the show as an Independence Day special, with two dance numbers before the main event.

Thoughts:

This was an actively nothing show. The main event was about 80% chops and slaps. The semi-main was held back by Atlantis, but also Templario got a bit hurt and the third fall derailed. There was nothing much special going on in the other matches, with maybe the women’s match having the best effort of all of them. The only interesting thing was doing a double pin in that match and then bringing it right back in the next one. There were so many top rope splashes. Just go past this one.

PWG BOLA Night 2, CMLL Aniversario built, Dragon Lee

Aramis (and Excalibur!)

CMLL (FRI) 09/20/2019 Arena México [CMLL, Lucha Central]
1) Sonic & Súper Astro Jr. b Espíritu Negro & Grako LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
tecnicos took 2/3.
2) Átomo, Gallito, Microman DQ Chamuel, Mije, Perico Zacarías LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Chamuel unmasked Microman again
3) Felino, Hechicero, Hijo del Villano III b Atlantis Jr., Dulce Gardenia, Flyer LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Rudos took 2/3
4) Soberano Jr. TLDRAW Templario [lightningLUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
the two continued to fight after the time ran out, and neither one was particularly saved by the time.
5) Big Daddy, Gilbert el Boricua, Último Guerrero b Cavernario, Ciber the Main Man, Volador Jr. [Relevos IncreíblesLUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
neither team got along
6) Carístico, Místico, Valiente b Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Negro Casas LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
tecnicos took 2/3.

I haven’t seen much of this, but it sounds like everything but the semifinal was good. I saw about half of the lightning match trying to see if the feed was working and they did a lot in that match again, and then did some more after. It felt like the kickoff to a feud if CMLL did those things.

There’s a lot of promos on CMLL’s video channel that I have no time to link to.

Lucha libre results from PWG Night #2

  • Fenix beat Aramis
  • Bandido beat Puma King
  • Pentagon beat Tony Deppen

For me, Jake Atlas/Jungle Boy was the match of the night (and perhaps better than the opening night tag match.) Fenix/Aramis was very good, but hurt by Aramis being so new to most of these fans. There were finisher teases and the first time Aramis went for La Desnucadora del Mosquetero there was no reaction. There was a good reaction when he got to actually show off the move, and when he did his rope walk springboard dive, but it sometimes came off like Aramis was a talented guy brought in to showcase Fenix rather than Aramis being a future star on his own. Fenix put Aramis over post-match as a future star and Aramis talking about having watched PWG (on YouTube oops) and telling his parents he’d be there someday got a strong reaction. I think that’s why BOLA & PWG is still relevant; it’s definitely not the buzzed-about tournament on the internet as it was a few years ago, but now there’s a generation of young wrestlers who’ve gotten into wrestling knowing of it is a big thing and it’s still an important career goal.

I didn’t know how Deppen and Pentagon would match up but I thought Deppen ended up looking great. (Even if Penta keeps cheating in chop battles, with his top making those shots not sound as hard.) Puma was working hard in his match with Bandido, saving the comedy for post match. Bandido & Puma did a title switch with the DDT title on the finish of this match, and then Puma won it back after. They limited that to backstage on the AAA show. It didn’t seem like the PWG people were all the way clued in on that happening; it was called the “DDT 24/7 title.”

Aramis, Rey Horus, Black Taurus, and Puma King may appear on Sunday in the traditional 5v5 match. (Flamita’s already gone.) That leaves Dragon Lee, Fenix, Penta, and Bandido. It’s going to be tough for any of those Mexican luchadors to go all the way, because all are tied to companies and may or may not be able to come back long term. On the other hand, that’s the case for most of the wrestlers, that’s just the general situation now. I’m leaning towards Brody King based on his interactions with Jeff Cobb in the main event. I think Jake Atlas would be a popular pick.

The full AAA InvadingNY show aired last night on AXS. At least part of it also aired on Azteca in Mexico. Unsurprisingly, there was a bit more social media talk about the show (positive!) than there had been when the show was live.

Laredo Kid still hasn’t debuted on Exatlon, which should tell you how far in advance they tape that thing.

Lineup

CMLL (FRI) 09/27/2019 Arena México
CMLL 86th Aniversario
1) Audaz, Rey Cometa, Stigma vs Misterioso Jr., Tiger, Virus
2) Diamante Azul, Dulce Gardenia, Titán vs Hechicero, Hijo del Villano III, Rey Bucanero
3) Dalys vs Marcela © [CMLL WOMEN]
fifth defense
4) Ángel de Oro, Mephisto, Niebla Roja vs Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Soberano Jr. [Relevos Increíbles]
Soberano replaced Dragon Lee on the Friday previous.
5) Microman vs Chamuel [mask]
6) Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón © vs Carístico, Místico, Valiente [MEX TRIOS]
13 defense
7) Último Guerrero vs Big DaddyNegro CasasCavernarioVolador Jr.Gilbert el BoricuaCiber the Main Man [cage, hair]

The only change here is Dragon Lee off and Soberano on. I didn’t notice it, but this change was made the same time Dragon Lee was pulled off the Tuesday show, Friday morning. Dragon Lee wrestled Friday night, so it’s not injury. It could be that CMLL changed course and is now sending him to the ROH show after all. It could be that Dragon Lee is on vacation or decided a meaningless trios wasn’t worth working, even for the Aniversario show. I hope he’s not in trouble for working the PWG show but I guess that’s also a real possibility.

(May not be another update until Monday.)

last CMLL Friday night before Anniversario (which isn’t airing live), PWG, Cuervo, AAA PPV #, Nacion lives

tonight

One last Friday night for CMLL until Aniversario. CMLL has a couple of matches moving towards next week and maybe a good lightning match.

Six of the seven men in the cage match are in the semi-main. Big Daddy returns to team with Ultimo Guerrero & Gilbert el Boricua, taking on Ciber, Volador and Cavernario. That’s a match built to fall apart, not to be good in itself. The one man left, Negro Casas, is in a seemingly irrelevant main event. He teams with Euforia & Gran Guerrero against Caristico, Mistico and Valiente. The tecnicos will challenge for the national trios title next week.

Soberano and Templario have had great matches in the US by unloading most of their arsenals against each other. It’s unclear if they’ll get the time to do so in a lightning match. They should have enough for highlights even in an under ten-minute match. Dulce Gardenia, Flyer and Atlantis Jr. take on Hechicero, Hijo del Villano III and Felino. That’s a match that would normally include Atlantis but it seems like CMLL realizes how hurt he is right now. Not that it’ll stop them from booking Atlantis, but they just won’t do it on a Friday because someone might notice.

The micros meet once again before the Chamuel/Microman mask match. The recent matches have ended with Chamuel pulling Microman’s mask and either getting DQed or the cradle win. Mije is listed for what would be his first Arena Mexico match since April, though he’s been listed and replaced recently. Super Astro Jr. & Sonic start the show against Espiritu Negro & Grako.

CMLL airs on Marca’s YouTube at 8:30 CT. I may try to stream this from the line but no promises it’ll work or stay up.

Lucha Central has a preview of the show.

The CMLL Aniversario show will not air live as anticipated. The Gran Prix foretold the plans for the Aniversario show in many ways. CMLL will announce their plans at a later date. I assume this will be the same early morning VOD release as the Gran Prix. If I was in charge of CMLL and the Televisa TV deal was important to me, I’d wait until the matches aired on that show Saturday afternoon before putting it up on YouTube. That doesn’t really help me as a CMLL fan not living in Mexico though.

On Informa, Dragon Rojo said he expects to be back in two months after undergoing surgery for a torn ACL back in January. Princesa Sugehit revealed she had been diagnosed with a cerebral concussion back in June and it’d taken three months for her to be cleared to return to the ring. Caristico also was surprisingly honest about the lack of excitement for the Aniversario and the post-match celebrations being a self-aware bit.

An addition to the Mascara 2000 story: a longer version of his quotes about moving from wrestling to focusing on singing mentions the limited wrestling dates he plans on taking will be as an independent, for big shows only. That doesn’t rule out CMLL but it reads like another person who has decided to wrestle outside of Arena Mexico going forward.

Impact tonight has The Rascalz vs Australian Suicide, Arez, and Toxin. I think they may be finishing up the Mexico City tapings tonight.

I’m in Los Angeles for PWG’s Battle of Los Angeles. The first night was pretty good. Fenix & Penta versus Flamita & Bandido was the best match of the night. There was a noticeable difference between it and the Dragon Lee/Rey Horus match. I thought Lee/Horus was still good, but you were getting mostly the same stuff you’ve seen from Dragon Lee, while the guys in the tag match were pushing themselves farther in creativity to try something more. Those attempts don’t always work – I thought it was too much of a problem in the GCW match, which had amazing spots and really obvious flaws like an IWRG undercard match – but just doing what you’re used to doing isn’t enough in on a PWG show. Black Taurus/Darby Allin felt like the best match in terms of setting an in-match dynamic. It was so great that it’s too bad Darby is going to AEW and they can’t just keep going around doing rematches; they were underwhelming in NY but came off as perfect opposites in this one.

Tonight’s show includes Bandido vs Puma King, Penta vs Tony Deppen, and Aramis vs Rey Fenix. Aramis has picked up a bit off attention going into this tournament. This is this first match in a promotion like PWG, this is his first time traveling outside of Mexico entirely, so I’m sure there’s some nerves. Aramis is good enough to have a great match with Fenix, and I hope it comes together.

The Wrestling Observer Newsletter reported the AAA show is believed to have done around sixty (60) buys on conventional PPV. This would not include any purchases on FITE. The show wasn’t expected to do well on PPV – AAA shows are generally free, a WWE show was the same night, and what promotion AAA did was generally about selling tickets – but 60 is still a stunningly low number. It doesn’t appear to have affected future plans at the moment; the AAA in LA show is at listed on FITE for $30 again. I do not know if it’ll be on conventional PPV. I don’t think there’s a reason to bother – the first show does have good word of mouth, but also people realizing it was going to be given away for free a few days later – so I guess it says how cheap it is to do, or how necessary someone feels the status of being on PPV is part of the package.

The WON also mentions AAA expects to have the US visas in this week. It’s not attributed to Konnan, but Konnan says word for word the same thing on his podcast, specifying Jorge Flores told Konnan it was happening this past Tuesday. Hopefully, they’re in, but all I thought about when I heard that story is all the times Lucha Underground thought they were getting visas in not – just the fourth season, but back as far as the very first episode – and all the times they didn’t all come in. AAA hasn’t announced a match for Los Angeles yet. I think they know the matches they want to run, and that they haven’t probably meant Tuesday was not the day those visas came in.

Puerto Rico’s Cuervo will return to the ring on 11/11 for World Warriors Wrestling. That’ll be near one year to the day from when he hit in the head with a thrown brick by Angel o Demonio, causing a severe brain injury.

Cain Velasquez says he’s gotten offers from other promotions but he would also like to continue wrestling with AAA thru his career. Velasquez is saying all the right things about working with AAA and seems to be in this more for enjoyment than money, but I still believe he won’t end up working a lot more AAA once the LA show is over.

LuchaWorld has the latest Lucha Report.

ROH announced Rush & Dragon Lee vs PCO & Brody King on 09/28 in Las Vegas and Bandido vs Mike Bailey on 10/27 in Bolton. They’ve also released a preview for a Rush action figure.

Puma King has a new video.

A history of San Luis Potosi lucha libre exhibit is open in Soledad de Graciano Sanchez.

Lineups

CMLL (TUE) 09/24/2019 Arena México
1) Retro & Sangre Imperial vs Cholo & Yago
2) La Jarochita, Maligna, Princesa Sugehit vs La Seductora, Metálica, Reyna Isis
3) Magia Blanca, Pegasso, Star Jr. vs Cancerbero, Raziel, Universo 2000 Jr.
4) Guerrero Maya Jr. vs Fuego [lightning]
5) Kráneo, Stuka Jr., Volcano vs Ephesto, Luciferno, Templario
6) Atlantis, Carístico, Soberano Jr. vs Felino, Forastero, Mr. Niebla
Caristico replaced Dragon Lee, Felino replaced La Bestia del Ring

Going from booking the Munoz family against each other, then not booking them at all is odd.

CMLL (TUE) 09/24/2019 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Cosmos, El Alteño, El Divino vs Demonio Maya, Demonio Rojo, Guerrero de la Muerte
2) Átomo, Gallito, Microman vs Chamuel, Guapito, Perico Zakarías
3) Esfinge, Flyer, Star Black vs Difunto, Okumura, Vangellys
4) Ángel de Oro, Niebla Roja, Titán vs Felino, Rey Bucanero, Terrible
5) Místico, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs Cavernario, Cuatrero, Sansón

The main event is almost a preview of the Aniversairo title match, which is probably an accident.

NLL (TUE) 09/24/2019 Gimnasio Municipal Benito Juárez, Cuautitlán, Estado de México
1) Mr. Leo vs Fly Warrior
2) Diosa Quetzal & Lolita Ángel vs Crazy Star & Princesa Azul
3) Antheus & Galeno Del Mal vs Alas de Oro & Alas De Plata
4) Brazo De Oro Jr. vs Súper NovaCentvriónHeddi Karaoui
5) Aníbal Jr., Cien Caras Jr., Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 vs Hijo de LA Park, LA Park Jr., Sangre Azteca
6) Hijo De Dos Caras & La Máscara vs El Mesías & Jack Evans

A Tuesday show with about five days of notice and no Alberto or LA Park wrestling doesn’t seem like a great idea but I guess it’s better than not existing at all. This week’s TV show looks to be Alberto talking about future plans and promoting this show. Note all the fly-ins are no longer present.

The Crash (SAT) 10/05/2019 Auditorio de Tijuana, Tijuana, Baja California
1) Ovett Jr. & Torito Negro vs Próximo & Terror Azteca
2) Ángel de Oro & Niebla Roja vs Marshall Von Erich & Ross Von Erich and MJF & Richard Holliday
3) Arandú, Star Boy, Zarco vs Animal, Demencia, Silver Star
4) Damián 666 & Jimmy Havoc vs Mance Warner & Savio Vega
5) Oráculo vs Minoru Tanaka
6) Bárbaro Cavernario, Dragón Lee (CMLL), Soberano Jr. vs Brian Pillman Jr., Davey Boy Smith Jr., Teddy Hart
7) Rey Horus © vs Hammerstone [The Crash HEAVY]
8) Bestia 666, LA Park, Mecha Wolf vs Fatu, Josef Samael, Simon Gotch

I haven’t had a good grasp on how this is going to work since this was announced. All I’m sure of now is MLW wants people to know the CMLL matches won’t air. I’m not sure how the Tijuana crowd is going to react to a lot of people they don’t know, or if the show will be long or have short matches to fit eight in (plus whatever non-wrestling segments).

IWRG (WED) 11/20/2019 Arena Naucalpan
1) Ángel Estrella Jr., Arquero, Dragón de Fuego vs Canival, Carnicero, Neza Kid
2) Atomic Star, Brazo De Oro Jr., Manchas vs Ángel Tormenta, Death Metal, Zika
3) Auzter, Jessy Ventura, Puma de Oro vs Ra-Zhata, Shil-Kha, Toshiharu
4) Dinamic Black, Dragón Bane, Hijo de Canis Lupus vs Fly Warrior, Fresero Jr., Toxin
5) Hijo De Dos Caras, Trauma I, Trauma II vs Demonio Infernal, Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan

This is a benefit show for the Red Cross that’s announced in full two months ahead of time for some reason?

AAA Invading NY: 2019-09-15

Mascarita Dorada

Recapped: 09/15/2019

Matches:

Chris Dickinson & Máscarita Sagrada beat Dave The Clown & Demus
(8:35, Mascarita Sagrada quadruple headscissors into a cradle Demus)

Josh Alexander, Michael Elgin, Sami Callihan beat Drago, Faby Apache, Murder Clown
(13:54, Michael Elgin foul → powerbomb Murder Clown, ok)

Daga beat Puma King, Flamita, Aerostar in a Number One Contenders Match for the AAA World Cruiserweight Championship
(10:23, Daga double underhook headcrusher Puma King, great)

Taya beat Tessa Blanchard © to win the AAA REINA DE REINAS championship
(10:10, double underhook facecrusher, good)

Fénix & Pentagón Jr. beat Ortiz (LAX) & Santana (LAX) for the AAA World Tag Team Championship
(14:04, package piledriver/double sotmp, great)

Brian Cage, Cain Velasquez, Psycho Clown beat Rey Escorpión, Taurus, Texano Jr.
(12:58, Cain Velasquez Ace Crusher, good)

Dr. Wagner Jr. beat Blue Demon Jr.
(10:29, Wagner rolled thru plancha, ok)

What happened:

gonna pretend Taurus won here

Wagner pinned Demon clean, though it was a bit of a fast count. Demon argued the count and attacked referee Johnny Bravo (who handled all the matches.) The Impact wrestlers, including Daga, came out to attack Wagner. The AAA wrestlers, including Cage, made the save and celebrated to end the show.

Taya regained the Reina de Reinas championship. Tessa showed respect to Taya after the match, then attacked her with the belt.

Elgin used a foul and a powerbomb to beat Murder Clown (which just seemed to set up the bit for post-main event.)

Mascarita Dorada was billed as Mascarita Sagrada, though he was wearing his normal Dorada outfit.

Thoughts:

LAX

This was a good show, with plenty of enjoyable matches. It also didn’t really give me many ideas of things to talk about. It felt like everyone was working at a big show level, at least as long as the matches went. It also felt slightly out of the canon, or at least slightly different from normal AAA. No weapons, no blood, no heel ref, only one foul, only one tecnico getting beat up after getting a win. It was cleaner than usual, an AAA show built not to really offend people (with the possible exception of the “puto” chant); they put on a family show expecting a lot of families.

Demon/Wagner from TripleMania got generally high marks, but there were definitely those in Mexico disappointed at it being a spectacle than a serious technical match. They had that technical match on this show. I’m glad they did what they did at TripleMania instead. Wagner/Demon never really got into high gear and ended so abruptly that it seemed like another bad referee count in lucha libre. Everyone progressed normally from that moment, meaning that was just the end. They could’ve gone for a little longer (and seemed to have the PPV time to do so), but Demon’s not one for finding that higher gear. What happened wasn’t much but perhaps it was good to leave people wanting more.

the timing could be better but idea is good

Cain Velasquez keeps giving people more. It seemed earlier on that his second appearance wasn’t going to be as interesting as his first. It turned out they just had more confidence in what Velasquez could do, and saved all of his big stuff for the finishing run. The handspring cutter was a little slow but still impressive. Taurus flipping him around was even more impressive. Everyone else played their role fine; it would’ve been nice to see a little more out of the rudos when they were in control, but this was mostly about giving the tecnicos a lot and so they did.

The middle matches all feel like they belong in the same box and I don’t have much interesting to say about them. (Do I ever have anything interesting to say? Feels like I could post the grades and move on.) Everyone worked hard, the matches had exciting moments, there’s not a lot distinguishing one from another. The LAX/Lucha Brothers felt at the level of the best version of that match and the finish was a superb visual. The fourway was a match I would’ve been excited for had I know it was happening, and they delivered on the promise of that match. (Though, if Puma King cut his superkicks in half, they’d mean twice as much. It was a problem by the end.) Taya & Tessa felt slightly less than the other two, seemingly it ended a little too soon, but there were moments of intensity found there and not as much in the other matches.

I liked the Impact/AAA match the least. There again was no problem with effort, it was just the wrong match for the show. Micahel Elgin, in particular, has only one way he knows how to work now – he’s more Mr. GMSI than Cage at this point. An early match on a lucha libre show feels like it should be a showcase for the lucha libre people and this really wasn’t that. The opener was off-putting in how few actual AAA people were opening the big AAA show, but there’s no real problem in booking Mascarita Dorada & Demus on any show you can. Dave the Clown vs Chris Dickinson could’ve been a disaster and was not, so that was pleasant.

Tessa

great match roundup, week of 2019-09-08

a cat

recaps

AAA had a lot fewer matches than CMLL but a lot more fun matches. None of them completely came together for me but there are no lazy AAA matches. There are plenty of those in CMLL where the effort could be questioned. The Costa Ricans aren’t as talented as others but they did want to do something.

All 2019 round-up posts2019 MOTYC list

Recommended Matches

rating matches TV Show taped
good Aramis, Draztick Boy, La Parkita vs Chik Tormenta, Low Rider, Toxin  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-09-08 2019-09-08
good Bengala, Dinastía, Eclipse vs Carta Brava Jr., Mocho Cota Jr., Tito Santana  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-09-08 2019-09-08
good Laredo Kid & Myzteziz Jr. vs Ortiz (LAX) & Santana (LAX) and Arez & Daga  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-09-08 2019-09-08
good Aerostar, Murder Clown, Niño Hamburguesa vs Averno, Chessman, Texano Jr.  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-09-08 2019-09-08
good Volador Jr. vs Negro Casas in a lightning match LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 13 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-13 2019-09-13

Other Matches

ok Big Mami, Lady Shani, Octagon Jr. vs Abismo Negro Jr., La Hiedra, Villano III Jr.  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-09-08 2019-09-08
ok Drago, Psycho Clown, Taya vs Ayako Hamada, Blue Demon Jr., Rey Escorpión  (posted by Lucha Libre AAA (Twitch)) AAA on Twitch: 2019-09-08 2019-09-08
ok Drone, Fuego, Guerrero Maya Jr. vs Ares (Costa Rica), Escualo (Costa Rica), Kaiser (Costa Rica) LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 9 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-09 2019-09-09
ok Black Panther, Blue Panther Jr., Kráneo vs Hijo del Villano III, Perverso, Universo 2000 Jr. LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 9 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-09 2019-09-09
ok Pegasso, Star Jr., Stigma vs Ares (Costa Rica), Escualo (Costa Rica), Kaiser (Costa Rica) LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 10 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-10 2019-09-10
ok Rey Cometa vs Pólvora in a lightning match LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 10 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-10 2019-09-10
ok Carístico, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs Cavernario, Felino, Mr. Niebla LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 10 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-10 2019-09-10
ok Robin & Súper Astro Jr. vs Espanto Jr. & Grako LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 13 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-13 2019-09-13
ok Dulce Gardenia, Esfinge, Fuego vs Disturbio, Misterioso, Tiger LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 13 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-13 2019-09-13
ok Ángel de Oro, Atlantis Jr., Niebla Roja vs Dark Magic, Ephesto, Luciferno LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 13 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-13 2019-09-13
ok Carístico, Dragón Lee, Titán vs Cuatrero, Forastero, Mephisto LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 13 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-13 2019-09-13
ok Cavernario, Ciber the Main Man, Diamante Azul vs Gilbert el Boricua, Sansón, Último Guerrero LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 13 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-13 2019-09-13
below average Atlantis, Flyer, Titán vs Hechicero, Templario, Vangellys LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 9 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-09 2019-09-09
below average Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas, Volador Jr. vs Dragón Lee, Terrible, Valiente in a relevos increíbles match LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 9 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-09 2019-09-09
not rated Asturiano, Meyer, Millenium vs Ares el Poblano, Black Tiger, Guerrero Espacial LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 9 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-09 2019-09-09
not rated Fantasy & Último Dragóncito vs Pequeño Nitro & Pierrothito LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 10 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-10 2019-09-10
not rated Magia Blanca, Oro Jr., Príncipe Diamante vs Disturbio, Espíritu Negro, Nitro LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 10 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-10 2019-09-10
not rated Flyer, Kráneo, Stuka Jr. vs Hechicero, Rey Bucanero, Vangellys LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 10 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-10 2019-09-10

 

CMLL Mexico: 2019-09-10

Stuka being neat

Recapped: 09/11/2019

Matches:

Pequeño Nitro & Pierrothito beat Fantasy & Último Dragóncito
(10:31 [3:56, 2:49, 3:46], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Disturbio, Espíritu Negro, Nitro beat Magia Blanca, Oro Jr., Príncipe Diamante
(10:38 [4:58, 2:23, 3:17], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Pegasso, Star Jr., Stigma beat Ares (Costa Rica), Escualo (Costa Rica), Kaiser (Costa Rica)
(13:39 [5:39, 3:34, 4:26], 2/3, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Rey Cometa beat Pólvora in a lightning match
(8:04, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Hechicero, Rey Bucanero, Vangellys beat Flyer, Kráneo, Stuka Jr.
(12:52 [5:42, 4:33, 2:37], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)

Cavernario, Felino, Mr. Niebla beat Carístico, Valiente, Volador Jr.
(8:28 [0:58, 7:30], 1/2 DQ, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)

What happened:

Cavernario grabbed Volador’s leg to fake a foul, ending the main event in two falls. This set up a singles match next week.

Thoughts:

nope

The main event seemed a bit better than usual. The rudos were aggressive in the opening quick fall, the tecnicos showed more speed than usual. This wasn’t the Arena Puebla walked thru nothing two fall match, this was more trying to make something out of limited time. It isn’t worthwhile on its own, but it was good enough to close the show and set up next week fine.

The semifinal seemed like the happy Tuesday match, except the tecnicos just didn’t go for a pin when they had a sure win, stood around for a bit, one person did a dive, and the two other people got beat easily. Not so satisfying. Flyer looks better working with Hechicero than with anyone else, the truest sign of Hechicero’s evil powers.

The lightning match progressed at a dawdling pace, going eight minutes more because Polvora was taking his time between moves rather than having a lot to do. They forced in a stage dive, a spot that’s becoming meaningless because it’s forced into matches like this for lack of better ideas. It was a solid though not interesting match.

The Arena Mexico version of the Costa Rica tag didn’t have the energy of the similar Arena Puebla one. I haven’t taken a long look at the Costa Rica Wrestling Embassy results in a while, but I suspect the rudo team doesn’t get a lot of chances to work as rudos, definitely not CMLL style, and that may be an obstacle to making this interesting. This was also a lesser group of tecnicos than Monday to be fair. More than moves and even rhythm, they’re missing a bit of personality. I know these guys by their names and their masks but not much else.

Nitro’s flipping DDT was so horrible that he needs to stick to the bad piledriver. That’s all my thoughts about the match.

CMLL Puebla: 2019-09-09

it’s his one move but it’s a good move

Recapped: 09/10/2019

Matches:

Ares el Poblano, Black Tiger, Guerrero Espacial beat Asturiano, Meyer, Millenium
(13:23 [5:21, 3:48, 4:14], 1/3, n/r,
VideosOficialesCMLL)

Drone, Fuego, Guerrero Maya Jr. beat Ares (Costa Rica), Escualo (Costa Rica), Kaiser (Costa Rica)
(15:21 [6:36, 3:54, 4:51], 2/3, ok,
VideosOficialesCMLL)

Hijo del Villano III, Perverso, Universo 2000 Jr. beat Black Panther, Blue Panther Jr., Kráneo
(13:18 [5:50, 3:46, 3:42], 1/3, ok,
VideosOficialesCMLL)

Atlantis, Flyer, Titán beat Hechicero, Templario, Vangellys
(15:55 [5:18, 4:14, 6:23], 2/3, below average,
VideosOficialesCMLL)

Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas, Volador Jr. beat Dragón Lee, Terrible, Valiente in a relevos increíbles match
(5:09 [2:58, 2:11] , 1/2 DQ, below average,
VideosOficialesCMLL)

What happened:

Terrible fouled Negro Casas for no real reason in the main event.

Thoughts:

Templario has to armdrag himself

The main event was a nothing five-minute match where Mr. Niebla taking Valiente’s monkey flip was one of the few bumps. The crowd generally had a “that’s all?” feeling after the second fall, and rightfully so. There are matches which are much more of a disaster from a technical standpoint. This one felt like one from a value aspect.

Atlantis is a less mobile version of Octagon now. I may have to cut out writing about Atlantis matches entirely because the chances of them being any good with him being involved are low, and there’s nothing more to say about a cleared hobbled luchador who keeps having matches. Hechicero tried to do some small interesting stuff here in a wasted effort.

Villano III and Universo just standing in the ring and watching Kraneo run rump first into Perverso seems a bit mean for a teammate. The tercera gave you the usual slight glimmer that Black Panther might have something more to offer and not a lot more. Of the four spinning backbrackers Blue Panther Jr. did, only one time did his knee meet his opponents back.

The Costa Rica/Mexico match got a good reaction. The novelty of Mexico vs another country is still there, provided it doesn’t go too long. The Costa Ricans couldn’t go at the full speed of the Mexico tecnicos, which stood out a bit in the third fall (especially with Drone.) They were in the right places when they needed to be, they didn’t do much interesting on their own but then they didn’t limit Fuego and crew. It was very much the difference between wrestling all the time and once a month.

AAA on Twitch: 2019-09-08 (Puebla)

Toxin made leaping to his doom look very graceful

Recapped: 09/08/2019

All matches took place at Gimnasio Miguel Hidalgo, Puebla, Puebla.

Matches:

Chik Tormenta, Toxin, Low Rider beat Aramis, Draztick Boy, La Parkita
(10:00, Chik Tormenta powerbomb La Parkita, good,
00:22:08)

Carta Brava Jr., Mocho Cota Jr., Tito Santana beat Bengala, Dinastía, Eclipse
(9:43, Mocha Cota Jr. frog splash Eclipse, good,
00:51:00)

Big Mami, Lady Shani, Octagon Jr. beat Abismo Negro Jr., La Hiedra, Villano III Jr.
(13:13, Octagon Jr. moonsault slam Abismo Negro Jr., ok, 01:11:05)

Ortiz & Santana beat Myzteziz Jr. & Laredo Kid and Arez & Daga
(11:00, LAX double inverted suplex Arez, good,
01:35:50)

Averno, Chessman, Texano Jr. beat Aerostar, Murder Clown, Niño Hamburguesa
(15:21, Texano pin Murder Clown, good,
02:01:06)

Drago, Psycho Clown, Taya beat Ayako Hamada, Blue Demon Jr., Rey Escorpión
(16:41, Psycho Clown torito Rey Escorpion, ok,
02:29:25)

What happened:

a good AAA camera switch!

Demon had the match won via foul but Wagner came out and attacked his hand with a hammer, taking him out of action.

Texano pinned Murder Clown after a distraction by La Hiedra and a foul.

Hijo del Vikingo appeared to apologize for being unable to wrestle due to injury. Averno attacked him. Myzteziz & Parka tried to make the save but were attacked by Argenis. Argenis has a beef over Myzteziz using a Mistico family mask. Argenis attacked Myteziz again after his match, causing Myzteizz to bleed from the head after a chair shot.

Abismo Negro Jr., Octagon Jr. (third version) and Bengala (third version) all made their debuts under those names on the show.

Thoughts:

The main event brawl didn’t come off as well as some others, missing some wildness that was found in other matches. There were a few headscissors that looked pretty awful once they got back in the ring, but including the women didn’t really change this from the usual AAA main event formula. Wagner being advertised this show and only appearing to hammer Demon’s hand seemed to be a let down. Maybe not for the crowd, who seemed to enjoy it.

this appeared to totally suck

The rudos sell a lot for Murder Clown and Murder Clown doesn’t sell a lot of for them, which is making Murder Clown into a big star. He’s not really given anything to do and I’m not sure what they should be doing with him, but he shined brighter than both his partners before taking the loss. Aerostar seemed to get hurt but still was going a lot of his usual stuff. The crowd liked Hamburguesa against these rudos but maybe not with the urgency of before TripleMania. Like the rest of the undercard, this was enjoyable without getting too serious.

They were going for a great match in the three-way tag and it just didn’t work. There was some good creative and an attempt to bring back a spot from the GCW/BLP spot last week, but they just didn’t work out. It didn’t seem like the match was clicking with the fans, in part due the usual unfamiliarity with the foreigners (and AAA doing nothing to introduce them, as they did with all the new people on this show.) It’s possible they may have burned out a crowd that just wanted to see Psycho Clown by this point. Everyone worked hard and there were highlights, it just didn’t work out like I think they were hoping. The cameras missing both the three count and the dive before it didn’t help.

Psycho drag

The tercera got more time than usual but it didn’t really wasn’t quite as exciting as the other ones. I think there were still some good moments but it didn’t come together any big, with the crowd getting into Big Mami’s spots but not a lot else. Octagon & Abismo worked together well but I’m unconvinced Abismo can pull off the character and nothing that happened here changed my mind. Octagon basically wrestled the same as Golden Magic, which isn’t idea for a martial arts character but at least is enough to get a reaction. Abismo Negor needed a moment of his own and since Eterno doesn’t have many, it probably needed to be an Abismo Negro one. I was waiting for a martinete that didn’t come and he’s going to need a moment like that to work. Without one, Abismo Negro Jr. is going to quickly feel like the third versions of Psicosis and Histeria, guys in suits who never got anywhere in AAA out of it.

The tecnicos looked solid in the second match. Arkangel Divino had a good debut in the new gimmick if he made it very obvious that he was under the mask. Eclipse had an inventive final stretched before Poder del Norte destroyed him. This was about at the level of most of the recent Poder del Norte matches, where they help the tecnicos look spectacular for about six minutes and then destroy them for the last three. The destruction remains good, but they remain ready for something a bit more.

The opener was the usual AAA opener match with craziness. Toxin seemed to get the high score with the diving senton to the floor but Low Rider was also doing ill-advised things. This didn’t seem to build to any particular big finish but it kept on the absurd level for most of the match. Perhaps the weirdest thing was Aramis & Toxin doing good mat work to start a match, which is not something normally done in AAA

Volador cheats Cavernario, Dragon Lee doesn’t face UG, AAA Colombia

I’m heading to Los Angeles for PWG’s BOLA tournament for the next few days. I think I’m still going to be posting news, but the schedule may be off. Don’t count on a CMLL stream Friday.

CMLL

CMLL (TUE) 09/17/2019 Arena México [Lucha CentralNotimexOvaciones, The Gladiatores]
1) Leono & Retro b Inquisidor & Yago LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 17 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
2) Fantasy, Shockercito, Último Dragóncito b Pequeño Nitro, Pequeño Violencia, Pierrothito LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 17 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
tecnicos took 2/3.
3) Cancerbero, Raziel, Virus b Drone, Fuego, Star Jr. LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 17 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
rudos took 1/3
4) Black Panther, Blue Panther Jr., Guerrero Maya Jr. b Misterioso, Sagrado, Tiger LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 17 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
tecnicos took 1/3
5) Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón b Audaz, Soberano Jr., Stuka Jr. LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 17 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
NGD took 2/3.
6) Volador Jr. DQ Cavernario LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 17 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
straight falls, Volador faking a foul in the second.

Volador/Cavernario seems more about building up the cage match than having a memorable match of their own. The other matches weren’t as a big deal.

Los Cancerberos would like to team more. Barbaro Cavernario is angry about the main event.

The minis match is a good occasion to point out Mercurio finished up here back on 08/27. It was apparently his decision, having found non-wrestling work elsewhere. It is possible he’ll be back but not a certainty. That would seem to open up a spot for another mini rudo, but Pierrothito has started appearing full time more often since then, so maybe that just takes care of it.

CMLL (TUE) 09/17/2019 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [CMLL]
1) Frezzer, Furia Roja, Gran Kenut b Fugaz, Johnny Dinamo, Principe Daniel
Rudos took 2/3. Fugaz returned a couple of days after an injury.
2) Explosivo, Oro Jr., Príncipe Diamante b Cholo, Difunto, El Coyote
tecnicos took 2/3
3) Metálica b La Jarochita [MEX WOMEN]
Metalica took 1/3, for her 1st defense
4) Kráneo, Titán, Volcano b Difunto, Pólvora, Rey Bucanero
Difunto replaced Hechicero.
5) Atlantis, Carístico, Esfinge b Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto
Esfinge replaced Diamante Azul. Tecnicos took 2/3.
6) Último Guerrero b Diamante Azul
Diamante Azul replaced Dragon Lee. UG took 2/3, the last via mask pull.

CMLL was still advertising Dragon Lee in the main event that afternoon. His Instagram story has a photo of a newborn baby. I’m not sure who’s child it is but it seems like a sound reason to miss a wrestling show.

Mascara 2000 announced he would be committed to wrestling 100% thru the end of the year but would wrestle sporadically in 2020. It’s not that the 61-year-old wrestler is looking to retire from the ring, he just needs to focus on his music career. He made this announcement at a performance to promote his new album. Mascara 2000 hasn’t actually wrestled in CMLL in a month. Maybe he’s been in the studio.

TUDN has a story on the CMLL Aniversario show. TUDN is the current name of Univison’s sports network in the US and a technically different one in Mexico. The Mexico one ends with a reminder to watch CMLL on Nu9ve. They’ll surely be airing Aniversario on Saturday. CMLL hasn’t said anything about how they’re handling the live broadcast if they’re handling it at all. They might say something on CMLL Informa today, though that’s earlier than they’ve done of late.

MexaWrestling says their next show (10/05) will be a benefit show for Metaleon. He suffered an arm injury back in June and hasn’t wrestled since then. Metaleon underwent surgery last week, said to be paid for by PALL & IWRG. He’s out the rest of the year, and they’re trying to raise money to replace what he would’ve earned the next few months.

Vampiro has suspended his Go Fund Me campaign, saying the increased amount of wrestling bookings he’s getting now allows him to save money for his operation on his own.

NJPW announced their Super Junior Tag League tournament tour will take place from 10/16 to 11/01. Volador & Soberano participated last year, probably in part because Dragon Lee was in Exatlon. Pencil him down as being in that tour this year.

CMLL Lady’s Ring, the promotion that had the Dalys title match, says their next show is 01/22. That’s about the time NJPW & CMLL runs FantasticaMania. It’s a Wednesday, so there’s probably not a conflict – it may actually be the usual off-day before the Korakuen Hall shows.

The website Debate points out that the Mexico National Day of Lucha Libre and Luchadors is coming up on Saturday. CMLL hyped this a lot when it was announced in 2016 and then not so much the last couple of years. The idea was appeared to be a project of Brazo de Oro and perhaps him (and his family) not being a part of CMLL any more changed things.

TripleMania will begin appearing on AAA’s YouTube channel this week. AAA also posted a Fenix promo hyping the title match with Fenix.

The AAA tour of Colombia has been postponed. It was originally 10/05 & 10/06 and now will take place on November 16 and November 17. The first set of dates conflicted with the Morelia taping, the next set conflicts with the (not yet official) Ciudad Juarez one, so it’s all about the same to AAA. The Soacha building is listed as 2,800 tickets on sale, while Tunja is 692, so these aren’t tough buildings to fill

IWRG has a very complicated list of prices for their annual Castillo del Terror show. This is the show where someone loses their mask in a cage match. It’ll take place on 10/31 this year.

10/05 The Crash in Auditorio de Tijuana

I didn’t get around to posting the MJF match, thinking that must be it and I’d just wait to post the full lineup. And then even more was announced.

LuchaWorld has the latest news update.

El Kongo lost his mask to Fussion in Cuernavaca. Kongo is Sergio Jimenez Ventura, 13 years a wrestler, 4 years a congo.

Lineups

PWR (SAT) 10/05/2019 Mt. Pleasant High School, San Jose, California
1) Hermano Azteca I & Hermano Azteca I vs El Gavilán & Zuca
2) Border Patrol, El Dinamita, Papo Esco vs Andy Brown, Fidel Bravo, Fuego
3) Rocky Romero vs Colt Stevens [PWR JR]
4) El Cucuy vs XavionVientoUltimo Panda [PWR OPEN]
5) Zeuxis vs Lady Apache [PWR WOMEN]
6) Último Dragón vs El Hijo Del Santo

This should be a big show. Santo is wrestling more of late but who knows when he and Ultimo Dragon will have a match again.

AAA , ELITE (SAT) 10/12/2019 Centro Civico Nueva Aragon, Ecatepec, Estado de México
1) Big Mama & Faby Apache vs Rossy Moreno & Starfire
2) Dinastía & Máscara de Bronce vs Astral & Halcón 78 Jr.
3) Estrella Divina, Mamba, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Oriental, Zumbi, Zumbido
4) Aerostar, Argenis, Drago vs Dr. Karonte Jr., King Balam, Verdugo
5) Averno & Chessman vs Golden Magic & Trittón
6) Psycho Clown & Rey Escorpión vs Trauma I & Trauma II

This is in addition to the 10/04.

great match roundup, week of 2019-08-31

maybe the best one he’s done

recaps

Just trying to keep the line moving.

The Mecha Wolf matches were good, help by being just an outsider trying to work hard and pushing everyone else with them. This tag title match was a little bit too close to the last one to the point where you may not need to see both.

All 2019 round-up posts2019 MOTYC list

Recommended Matches

rating matches TV Show taped
good Audaz & Titán vs Mecha Wolf 450 & Templario LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 2 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-02 2019-09-02
good Euforia & Gran Guerrero © vs Ángel de Oro & Niebla Roja for the CMLL World Tag Team Championship LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 2 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-02 2019-09-02
good El Audaz, Soberano Jr., Titán vs El Hijo del Villano III, Mecha Wolf 450, Virus LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 6 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) TITÁN, EL AUDAZ Y SOBERANO JR vs VIRUS, HIJO DEL VILLANO III Y MECHA WOLF (09-06-2019) (posted by HVSLuchaLibre) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-06 2019-09-06
good Carístico, Dragón Lee, Místico vs Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 6 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-06 2019-09-06

Other matches

rating matches TV Show taped
ok Astro & Sonic vs Joker & Sombra Diabólika LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 2 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-02 2019-09-02
ok Drone, Fuego, Toro Bill Jr. vs Perverso, Stigma, Universo 2000 Jr. in a relevos increíbles match LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 2 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-02 2019-09-02
ok Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas, Volador Jr. vs Dragón Lee, Terrible, Valiente in a relevos increíbles match LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 2 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-02 2019-09-02
ok Black Panther, Blue Panther, Blue Panther Jr. vs Dark Magic, Misterioso, Vangellys LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-03 2019-09-03
ok Guerrero Maya Jr. vs Pólvora in a lightning match LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-03 2019-09-03
ok Atlantis, Audaz, Flyer vs Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-03 2019-09-03
ok Ángel de Oro, Niebla Roja, Volador Jr. vs Cavernario, Cuatrero, Terrible LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-03 2019-09-03
ok Shockercito & Último Dragóncito vs Pequeño Violencia & Pierrothito LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 6 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) PEQUEÑO VIOLENCIA Y PIERROTHITO vs ÚLTIMO DRAGONCITO Y SHOCKERCITO (09-06-2019) (posted by HVSLuchaLibre) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-06 2019-09-06
ok Magia Blanca, Príncipe Diamante, Star Jr. vs Cancerbero, Raziel, Tiger LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 6 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) PRINCIPE DIAMANTE, MAGIA BLANCA Y STAR JR vs CANCERBERO, RAZIEL Y TIGER (09-06-2019) (posted by HVSLuchaLibre) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-06 2019-09-06
ok Diamante Azul vs Euforia [Copa 78 Aniversario del Diario ESTO] LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 6 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-06 2019-09-06
ok Gran Guerrero, Negro Casas, Último Guerrero vs Big Daddy, Ciber the Main Man, Gilbert el Boricua ÚLTIMO GUERRERO, GRAN GUERRERO Y NEGRO CASAS vs BIG DADDY, GILBERT Y CIBER (09-06-2019) (posted by HVSLuchaLibre) LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 6 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2019-09-06 2019-09-06
not rated Arkalis & King Jaguar vs El Malayo & Fuerza Chicana LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 2 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-02 2019-09-02
not rated Acero & Aéreo vs Pequeño Nitro & Pequeño Olímpico LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-03 2019-09-03
not rated Eléctrico, Halcón Suriano Jr., Oro Jr. vs Espanto Jr., Hijo del Signo, Nitro LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2019 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL) CMLL YouTube: 2019-09-03 2019-09-03