CMLL Mini Line - 12/24/05 (#196)
Match 1: Dr. X (c), Sangre Azteca, Arkangel vs Safari (c), Sagrado, Tony Rivera
Arena Coliseo, 06/07/05
Winner: Tecnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 10:42
Approx Rating: Okay, nothing special.
Other Match Notes: No entrances. Tecnicos must be distraught about not being good enough for the tecnico cibernetico to come. I know I'd be. I think you might have an argument on Leono vs Tony, but I'd leave it as it is.
Safari/Sangre start on the mat. Sangre ends up getting Safari in a suástica, and then rolling him back for a two count. Tony and Arkangel next. Three people chant for Tony. Tony's got the really bad blond stringy hair going. Basic stuff, and not for long. Sagrado and Dr X. Dr. X is put off by all of Sagrado's flipping, and I can't blame him. Lots of shoving. Sagrado lands a springboard Silla, and then a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker which sends Dr. X out. Back to Sangre and Safari, and Sangre slides out for no particular reason but to take a tope. Ark and Dr. X work over Tony, but Sagrado helps his partner comeback. Crossbody is caught by both, but Sagrado kicks it over. Both cover both, and it's still two counts. Sagrado tries a bodyscissors, but Dr. X blocks it (and doesn't need to try to hard to it and sits down for the pin, one two three. (4:35) Arkangel gets Tony in a strange reverse bodyscissors submission - Tony's suspended above Ark, but in pain. That's it for the fall. (4:42) Break.
Beatdown continues into the next fall, with all three rudos stomping down Sagrado. Safari's knock off the apron, and Tony Rivera gets the next series of attacks, culminating in a Dr. X missile rope dropkick. Safari gets in a few shots on Sangre Azteca before he's down. He claims a low blow, but no one's calling it. Double spinebuster for him, and Sangre Azteca comes off the top rope with a dropkick to the head. Replay as they deal with Sagrado - Sangre got a dropkick to Safari's head as he was still on the mat. When we return, Sagrado ducks a double clothesline, lands one of his own, and the comeback is on. Sagrado yanks Sangre around by his hair, and gives him a wheel kick as things settle down. Tilt-a-whirl backbreaker - I don't think I like anyone who does that besides Atlantis, but it doesn't look as good. Tony gets armdrags and the standard superkick (as in, not good) before landing a tope on Dr. X. Sangre and Sagrado back in again, Sagrado sidesteps a wheel kick, and Safari comes into help him. Double whip, back elbow, and a face first powerbomb/Diamond Cutter combo. That's neat. One two three. (3:15) Arkangel in, because I forget Dr. X is the captain. He has the best of the two who aren't Tony Rivera for a moment, but Safari manages to shove him down, and Sagrado keeps him down with a missile dropkick. That's it. (3:40) Tied up. Replays, break.
Sangre and Safari start off, and I find every exchange between these two funny for some reason. Sangre goes for Safaris mask, but doesn't get it all the way untied. He does do a good job of working him over. Safari comes back, but blows a bodyscissors rollup - Sangre covers for two. Safari gets the abdominal stretch in again, Dr X. break sit up with a dropkick, Sagrado gets him with a dropkick, Ark gets him with a dropkick, and Tony tops them all with a missile dropkick. Tee two that don't end up teaming in NJPW are out of the ring while the other four mix it up - Tony and Ark get whipped into each other, which confuses everyone. Sagrado gets Dr. X with a spin kick, and drops him with a tope. Arkangel going up and planning his dive for quite a while. Will someone please get up to catch him? Sagrado does, and there's the plancha. Ark is quicker in getting up, because Tony's coming with a springboard plancha and there's no waiting on this one. Safari and Sangre back in, and Safari gets Sangre with clotheslines. Safari locks Sangre with a hair pull cruceta (I think, I may not even be close there) - so Sangre yanks his mask. That's that. (DQ 2:20) Sangre figures if it's going to cost him the match, he might as well keep the mask. You break it you buy it!
Coming Soon: Elektro! This won't end happy. Well I know this now. In this video, Elektro's vest doesn't look too small for him.
Match 2: Ricky Marvin, Leono, Misterioso II, Tigre Blanco, Virus vs Volador
Jr., Tigre Metalico, La Mascara, Alan Stone, Stuka Jr. in the
Reyes de Air cibernetico
Arena Mexico, 06/10/05
Winner: Volador Jr.
Match Time: 16:43
Approx Rating: 91.
Other Match Notes: Group introductions to an 80's rock song I can't place but probably should know. Nice long look at Leono means I've finally got a picture for him! I give this match five stars already. Although they appear to show clips of the battle royal in the bumpers, we skip passed it to team teams. And break.
We join the match with Leono and Tigre Metalico - wearing a white outfit to be extra confusing! - in the ring, battling over a lockup. Lockup, again, Metalico ends up behind with a hammerlock, Leono tries to elbow away, and Leono armdrags him. Leono up, tripped down, and pulling off a spinning headscissors form the mat. Lockup, Tigre with a headlock, into a drop toe hold, lots of counters, and Tigre ends up with an armdrag. Leono tries a 'rana, but he gets pushed off and wheel kicked. Cover for zero, zero leg trip, fancy forward rolls to their feet, and tags.
Virus and La Mascara - oddly wearing Neutron's colors - waste no time fighting. Lockup, break, lock, Virus armdrag. La Mascara off the ropes, shoulderblock, under, cartwheel over. Virus with a bodyscissors rollup, La Mascara reverses, steps out of it for a back bridge, gets kicked away into the ropes, and holds on. Virus up, Mascara charges and takes an armdrag into an armbar. Mascara half kip up and armdrags out of his own. Chest slap battle, and I think the ref tells them to tag out? Huh. They go along with it, so okay. Everyone's going a billion miles per hour here.
Alan Stone and Ricky Marvin. Circle, Alan with a headlock, Ricky elbows and shoots Alan off, Ricky drops down, Alan tries a legdrop but Ricky moves out of the way and kicks Alan in the chest, two count. Announcers are talking about Ricky in Japan here. Alan blocks a clothesline, gets a wristlock, chest slaps Ricky multiple times, pulls him tot he ropes for a double springboard, lets go and comes down with an armdrag. Ricky misses a clothesline and Alan nails him with a superkick. One two NO. They both wait for each other to do something for a moment, then Ricky runs past ducking while Alan ducks, then realizes to throw a clothesline a bit late. I'm so nit picking. Ricky off the ropes and back, with a great looking twisting headscissors. Alan sent out, Ricky quick to the apron, and he practically puts his feet in Alan's hands to get pulled off to the floor. Alan misses a clothesline but tosses Ricky up on a 'rana attempt. Ricky lands on the apron and quickly comes back down with a 'rana on the floor.
Blanco and Volador Jr. take their places in the ring. Blanco tries charging Volador, but Volador site steps and Tigre gets corner. Tigre gets hiptossed next and tries throwing Volador up in the air on a 'rana only for him to land on the ropes and flip back to his feet. Blanco pauses him with a shoulderblock, off the ropes, bottom rope springboard spinning headscissors. Chops, whip for Volador, Volador handsprings to the apron apron, and Blanco dropkicks him to the floor. Blanco teases a dive but ends up jumping over the top rope and hand springing off it to the floor, landing on his feet! That was quite incredible, and Blanco stops celebrating the feet just in time to see Volador running at him - no hands tope con giro!
Stuka Jr. and Leono are immediately fighting in the ring - what, no Misterioso? and Leono manages a hiptoss. Stuka backdrops him tot he apron, but Leono kicks him away. Top Rope Asai Moonsault to the floor!
Misterioso in now, and Stuka gets him with a dropkick to the knee. There's a significant height difference here, Stuka must be quite short. Stuka picks up Misterioso and chops. Corner whip, reveres, Stuka handstands over the ropes to the apron and back elbows Misterioso on the charge. Stuka going up - moonsault to the floor! I'm sensing a pattern.
Misterioso sizes up the pile off the ropes, no hands tope con giro! Volador's was slightly better.
Virus and Metalico in with Virus evading a dropkick to the knee and knocking him down with a back elbow. Corner whip, Metalico runs up the ropes, and gets Misterioso with a plancha - only connecting with his head! That's no fun.
Virus running - but Volador pulls him out! Oh no, don't hook his arm on the outside, Volador! Yep, armdrag off the post. Virus celebrates.
Ricky and La Mascara. Mascara backdropped to the apron, but he gets in a forearm on Ricky that knocks him down. Mascara leaps to the top rope - plancha on Virus!
Alan's covering Ricky - springboard splash, maybe? One two NO. Alan off the ropes, boot to Ricky, who's backed up to the ropes. Alan charges again with a high knee, but Marvin ducks and out goes Alan. Marvin wastes no time - tornillo!
Metalico and Leono back in again, Metalico gets in a back elbow. Whip, Metalico misses a clothesline, Leono back with a spinning headscissors. Leono charges Metalico, Metalico throws him to the apron, Leono kicks his way back and pulls of a slingshot twisting 'rana. Shoulderblock, Leono of the ropes, up and over sunset flip one two NO. Metalico tries a 'rana, Leono powerbombs him, one two no. Metalico pounds the mat. Metalico blocks Leono's strikes, and hooks him - swinging fisherman's suplex, posting cover, one two three. (5:50)
Blanco in, and he dropkicks his partner out. Stuka comes in for him, and misses with his own dropkick. Tigre works over Stuka with chest slaps as we watch a double feature with the finish. Stuka manages to trip up Blanco, and celebrates with a handstand and a flip. Back to wrestling - Stuka with a hammerlock reverse Russian legsweep. Stuka is saying that's it - well get to it already. Stomp for Tigre, and then up - moonsault, Stuka lands on his feet because Tigre has moved. Stuka's clothesline is caught, Tigre pulls it into a hammerlock, does a forward roll, then grabs the legs, turns Stuka over on his back, and hooks on a reverse figure four. Done! (6:37)
Blanco celebrates and tags out to Virus, who has to deal with Volador again. Volador off the ropes, waved by, backflip for no reason, Virus charges for a monkey flip, but Volador pushes him down. Virus takes a one count while suspending Volador up in the air, and then uses Volador's momentum to pull himself up and pull off an armdrag. Zero count cover, Volador trips him up, Virus headscissors him from the mat, both flip to their feet, and standoff. Tags.
Marvin and Mascara. Ricky with a back elbow to quickly knock him down. Whip, clothesline misses, Mascara back with a spinning rana. Back elbow by Marvin. Scoop, Mascara slips to Marvin's shoulders, Marvin turns him around, and Mascara turns it into a hard rana one two NO. Kickouts, huh. Marvin whipped, Mascara goes fishing for a hiptoss but Marvin's got the ropes. Marvin kicks him, snap mares him into the ropes, off the ropes, swinging over the top and coming back with a dropkick. Almost a vertical 619. Slingshot splash one two NO. La Mascara up, blocking Ricky's clothesline with a kick of his own, and landing an enziguri. Marvin tags out, so Mascara does as well.
Misterioso and Alan Stone in. Misterioso is pumped. Chests slap, and Alan trips him up. Alan off the ropes, Misterioso drops down, Alan goes to the middle rope, pauses, flips over Misterioso. Misterioso waved by, but comes back with an armdrags. Alan out, is that it?
No, Metalico takes Misterioso's place, and Misterioso is really upset about this for some reason. Metalico with a headlock, off the ropes, whip, reversed, Metalico over the back into an armdrag. Metalico off the ropes, Misterioso puts hi head down too soon, and Misterioso puts on a sunset flip one two no. Metalico waiting for Misterioso to get up, float around small package one two NO. I'm not sure his far shoulder was down. Metalico frustrated again. Strikes. Whip, reversed, Metalico with a second rope springboard bodyscissors, but Misterioso violently reveres it to a wheelbarrow suplex. One two three. (9:20)
Misterioso scarily has a moment to celebrate before Alan Stone is missile dropkicking him down. Alan stomps Misterioso out of the ring and onto the double feature as we watch the double feature. Are they still the legal men? Alan dives in over the top rope, and is met by a Tigre Blanco clothesline, so there you go. One two NO. Tigre boot to the head. Off the ropes, dropkick, Alan rolls to the ramp to recover and Blanco gets caught in the ropes - Alan helpfully frees him with a boot to the head. Alan knocks Virus off the apron, with a chest slap, and uses that corner for a double jump moonsault, landing on Tigre Blanco's head (if it got him at all). Alan puts on a camel clutch after a small but of a fight, and Blanco gives. (10:29) We're down to Ricky, Misterioso, Virus vs Volador Jr., La Mascara, and Alan Stone
Alan is very upset, and Virus surprising him with a top rope bulldog clothesline isn't going to help. One tow NO. Chest slap battle is briefly won by Virus. Headlock, Alan shoots him off to the corner, Virus double jumps and hits a missile dropkick, one two no. Virus misses a clothesline,. Alan gets a wristlock and rolls back, bridging back, one two - Virus breaks the bridge and now they're both pinned one two three (11:14) This seems to happen to Virus quite a bit, but he's still surprised when the ref informs him.
Misterioso and Mascara in. Misterioso is fired up once again. Mascara off the ropes, sunset flip, Misterioso isn't going, so Mascara basically does a handstand while holding onto Misterioso's legs, using his own legs to hook Misterioso's arms, yanking him down violently into a sunset flip (like a semi-Code Red.) I think I might be coming around on young Mr. Mascara, even though his name still is horrible. One two NO. Mascara with a waistlock rollup, but he steps out of it, flips Misterioso on to his back, and tries for the rocking house. They're too close the ropes, and Misterioso grabs a hold of one of them, so that ends that. Mascara Backs up, when ordered to break, charges, and is lifted into a Misterioso Gory Stretch. Gory Special! One two three! (12:16) It's Volador vs Ricky and Misterioso.
Misterioso must be chronically unhappy, because he's distraught over seeing Volador. Chest slap battle is a draw, and Volador get in a shoulderblock. Off the ropes - or not, as Ricky gets in a knee form the apron. Misterioso sends Volador to the ropes, and Volador comes back with the up and over faceslam - and then knocks Marvin off the apron. They have words, and Volador spits in his general direction. Volador with a 'rana on Misterioso, one two Ricky breaks it up! That seems highly irregular, but we're going to allow it, say the refs. Ricky holds Volador, and Misterioso decides he needs a running start on a superkick. Volador moves, and Ricky tastes it. It does not taste good! Misterioso isn't too distraught here, turning his focus right back to Volador. Volador off the ropes, and Misterioso tries to hook up in the Gory Stretch, but Volador's fighting it. Ricky kicks Misterioso in the midsection! What a jerk he turned out to be! Volador's freed, and Ricky comes off the ropes, but Volador clothesline him to be shape. Volador off the ropes, springboard onto Misterioso's shoulders, but Misterioso turns him and powerbombs him before he can do anything. One two NO. Ricky's still down, in case you were wondering about why he didn't break that one up. Misterioso stomps Volador and goes up, but Ricky's up after him. So is Volador - they're all in the same corner, Misterioso facing the ring, the other two facing him. This is going to be painful - Spanish Fly! Ricky immediately tries to punch to Volador, but Volador backs up to evade, and gets him with a superkick - covering Misterioso one two three! (14:15)
Ricky and Volador are the only ones left. Ricky stalks Volador, waiting for him to get up. Volador pulls himself together. Charge, Volador misses a clothesline, Ricky's clothesline is blocked, and Volador kicks Ricky away. Volador off the ropes, Marvin is wafting for him the whole way and backdrops him over the ropes, Volador lands on the apron, Ricky gets him with a shot to the head, and Volador drops to his knees. Marvin off the far ropes, Volador swings thru the ropes to dropkick him in the knee, and Marvin flies over the ropes to the floor. Time for one last dive - Asai Moonsault! Both guys are getting counted out - that would be a horrible way to end this. Up to 17 before Volador gets in, and Marvin gets on the apron and 19. Volador charges him, and Marvin gets him with a hard clothesline! Quebrada Moonsault, scissoring Volador's leg to keep it off the ropes, one two NO! Marvin is a little bit put out. Marvin picks up Volador. Whip, Marvin lifts Volador up in a reverse torture Rack, and spins him out for a Diamond Cutter. Marvin going up - moonsault eats knee! Marvin's hurting, and Volador pulls him into a hammerlock, headscissors cradle one two THREE. (16:43) That was awesome! Crowd approves. Replay of the knees to the midsection on the moonsault form many angles - after all the high risk moves, it was one that backfired and an old school rollup to win it. All the tecnicos return to the ring, and raise each other's shoulders - except for Marvin, who's hurting too much to raise one of his arms.
Coming Soon: Elektro. Yea, we know.
Llave: Molotov gets an grounded octopus type hold on Polvora.
Sensational: Valiente with a top rope moonsault on Flecha as one of his partners does a tope below him
Spectacular: Alan gets a top rope springboard moonsault on Loco Max
Castigo: Jeque hangs Meteorix from the ropes so Ramstein can splash his midsection.
Combination: GdI sit on Groon!
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Match 3: Pierroth, Rey Bucanero (c), Olimpico vs
Groon XXX, Atlantis (c), Panther
Arena Mexico, 06/10/05
Winner: Tecnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 13:07
Approx Rating: As good as you'd expect.
Other Match Notes: This is some sort of joke on all of us. I can't comprehend this match. Ke Monito is with Atlantis. They exchange fists pounds! Olimpico and Atlantis start mixing it up on the floor before the match starts, but it doesn't break down.
Atlantis and Olimpico start off, with Olimpico trying to evade and not being too successful. Flash back to 01/27/05, where Olimpico broke his neck teaming with Rey Bucanero in a tag team title match against Atlantis and Panther - this is the first time all four have been in the ring, and apparently Olimpico has got some anger about it towards Atlantis. The replay shows Atlantis was the one who was supposed to catch him, and whiffed, though Olimpico's dive was going pretty wrong before that and it might have not been possible. They reach a zero count standoff. Monito has a Atlantis mask looking going on. Olimpico must've decided to back off, because there's tags and we get Panther and Rey. That means Pierroth and Groon? Bucanero realizes it that and annoys Groon, but not enough to get it switched. Panther armdrags Bucanero all over the place. Panther tags in Groon, and then checks his own hand. I don't know why that's so funny but it is. Rey talks his partners to coming into do the huddle dance, and he and Olimpico spin it to leave Pierroth in the ring while they duck out. Pierroth doesn't think that's a good tick, but they urge him on. Pierroth tries seeing if he can trash talk his way out of this. LOCKUP! Groon throws him down. Pierroth complains about a hairpull. Everyone's very slow, or very cautious. Pierroth get a waistlock and tries to something, but can't. Groon gets a waistlock, and picks Pierroth up! Pierroth elbows his way out, off the ropes, Groon with a hilarious flying clothesline. I've seen a lot of fake wrestling in my life, and that was certainly some of it. Groon with a punches, and puts Pierroth on the rope for more punches. Pulling Pierroth off the top rope in kinda an Iconoclasm, which is perfect. Groon tags out, and the other four end it pretty quick: Atlantis with the Atlántida on Rey, Blue Panther with a hammerlock (!!) on Olimpico (5:02) Panther won't let go and threatens to break Olimpico's arm. Meanwhile, Pierroth is hiding behind La Nazi from Groon, but La Nazi is just as scared. Groon backs off, and the officials have to check to see if Olimpico's arm has been broken. Panther's a dangerous man. Replays.
Pierroth protest the ludicrousness of this match to the announcers. And then the rudos do the huddle dance with Marisol. Back in the ring, Olimpico and Atlantis get thrown around by Atlantis, culminating with Rey taking a monkey flip to the floor. Pierroth tries to come into help, and Atlantis clocks him with a knee to the head. Panther's turn. Olimpico first there, and Panther's one step ahead of him at all times. Olimpico comes in to help, and that just starts the armdrags, Rey gets run around, slide to the apron, head smashed into the side of the ring, and topes by Monito - which Rey sells! Monito with mounted punches on Rey, and Atlantis and Panther have to pull them apart twice. Rey vows revenge. Pierroth and Groon again. No, wait, Pierroth doesn't want to do it. No one wants to do it. Can you blame them? Olimpico will try. Shoulderblock has no effect. Backdrop for Rey. Pierroth ain't coming in, stop asking. Rey catches Groon from behind with a dropkick. Olimpico stomps Groon, and Groon can't really sell it. Now Pierroth has the belt he's doing okay, but Groon powers out of a wristlock and that's the end of Pierroth. Rey tries to whip Groon, but no. Rey gets whipped, ad runs into the crowd to hide. Olimpico tries a clothesline, gets lifted up, and dropped in a FU. Panther gets tagged in, and the beatdown finally starts. Groon doesn't take anything, it's just Panther and Atlantis being beat while Groon is on the apron. No, I guess Rey is working him over a little bit. Olimpico slams Atlantis on the apron. Rey gently dropkicks Groon to the floor, and Pierroth casually stomps him there. Rey powerbomb Panther, and picks him back up as Pierroth works over Groon with strikes. Atlantis and Olimpico set up for Rey - it's a double armbar pose! That's good and photogenic! (5:24) Pierroth has worked Groon down with the belt, so there's one thing left to do - Rey loads up Monito on his shoulder, and throws him in the front row! Luckily, they can catch. Unluckily, Rey picks up Monito and tosses him back in the ring. OLIMPICO GIANT SWING! Is Pierroth going to get him with the belt? Yes, to the backside! Monito is out of there. Replays.
Third fall. Beatdown continues. Atlantis in briefly, just long enough for Bucanero to shoot at the crowd. Hey, you're not supposed to say "Gronda", dude! He quickly ducks a double whip, and Pierroth just falls down without having been hit! That's great. Double clothesline for the GdI boys, and the comeback is on. Groon tries out his submission tactics with an armbar. Groon should really stop doing the Undertaker flying clothesline, but he can't because he's got little much. Match breaks down quite a bit and then suddenly it is just Rey and Panther in the ring and they're wrestling one on one one for a bit. Olimpico and Atlantis get invoked again, and Rey takes a monkey flip from the apron over the corner buckle, but onto Blue Panther on the floor!. Olimpico takes a hard hiptoss to the floor, and Atlantis dropkicks him from the apron. This leaves Pierroth and Groon. Pierroth, to his credit, goes right at him. Gets spinebusters too. Groon powerbombs him with one arm, one two three. (2:41) Great, but Rey's the captain. Isn't he? They've all forgotten so whatever. Relays, and break.
Match 4: el Hijo del Perro Aguayo, Hector Garza (c),
Halloween, Damian 666 vs Heavy Metal, Negro Casas (c), Universo 2000, Mascara Magica
Arena Mexico, 06/10/05
Winner: Tecnicos (2-0)
Match Time: 10:16
Approx Rating: Average.
Other Match Notes: As we join, Heavy Metal's entering and being attacked by the Perros. Mascara Magica's music is playing because he's neck, out, and he at least sees the attack coming, but the numbers cost him. He takes a backdrop into the ring. Universo is not particularly worried, but pauses to put his sunglasses away before heading to the ring. He goes after Garza, but Garza slips away. Guess Negro was out first, because we don't see him enter, and we haven't seen Perro yet - just the FdT guys and Hector. Ah, Negro is actually kicking Perro while he sits in a front row seat. It's an 8 way brawl with the tecnicos rallying behind Negro to take control - the dropkick to Damian's face is not near as brutal as it's been for others, and eventually they reach a standoff. Perro's regroup on the apron, as soon as Hector lets some women take off his shirt. The tecnicos go out after the rudos, and the rudos manage to to take back control. Universo gets a middle rope low blow by FdT. Triple legdrop too. It's a bit chaotic and hard to follow with 8 men, no specific focus, and the tecnicos getting mini comebacks before being stomped down. Universo makes a his own comeback against FdT and Hector, but there's no one to help him and he's knocked down. Perro gives Heavy a nasty headbutt on the floor. Hector moonsault Universo one two three. (2:56) Mascara comes in and brawls with Halloween, but is done when they get him with an eye poke. Boot chokes, and then a F5. Hector up for the moonsault - but Negro crotches him. Tecnicos fighting back again, with Heavy giving Halloween a F5 on the floor, and Negro landing a sliding dropkick to Hector as he's hung in the Tree Of Woe. Heavy holds Hector in position for another one. Perro is brought in and Negro gets a cross armbreaker as Metal and Magica help Perro's done. (5:30) But he's not captain either, Hector is. Heavy gives Hector a fireman's carry slam, and Magica adds his legdrop to the leg. Metal puts on a headscissors sleeper, and Magica puts on a figure four legdrop. Garza tries to fight out, but Metal hooks an arm too and Garza is done for - except Damian and Perro break it up! I would think that's a DQ, not that the Perros seem to care at the moment. Yea, there's the arm raise. (6:13) You'd think Universo would come in to help - he's standing out side watching still. Metal gets a low blow from behind, and Garza kicks Negro down and out. Break.
Replays of the finish. If Perro's interference wasn't enough, Hector blatantly low blow kicked Magica right in front of the referees, and that's what the super duper replay focus on. Followup shows all the different illegal stuff was going on.
We miss the comeback, assuming there was a conventional one, looking at the ring girl - the tecnicos are in control next time we look. FdT uses the small blue step to get control back. Very chaotic. Magica takes the middle rope double stomp, but Perro doesn't cover. The rudos decide just to go to their corner, and the tecnicos huddle on the outside. We end up with Perro and Universo - ah, no, Perro's leaving. Perro hasn't had to take off his shirt yet, and he doesn't have to take it off for Hector to attack Universo from behind. Negro helps out with his own distracted to allowed Universo to get shots in. Universo off the ropes, Perro goes for his leg, Universo is distracted, Hector clotheslines him out, and does a moonsault dive. Magica and Halloween in, and Halloween is slid out on his chest, but avoids a pescado and Magica's done for. FdT and Casas mix it up in the ring, with FdT trying for stereo double underhooks but the Casas' going dead weight on them - wait, why is Mistico coming out? I guess he's angry about something I've skipped. He doesn't interfere, but just standing there is enough to distracted FdT and give Negro and Heavy a chance to really. Metal gets a bodyscissors roll on Halloween (4:02) and Negro locks a sharpshooter on Domain. (4:03) That's enough for the referees to award them the match. Mistico comes in to help celebrate. Break.
Replays, and Mistico adds himself to the big Cage of Death match, because he's a fool. Halloween's limping, checking his knee and having a doctor check his knee here again. Universo and Negro get mic time before Mistico unveils a scary laugh. Announcers talk over the rudos promos. Break.
Way too much time to kill today, but it's partly because they spared us from a break in the cibernetico, and partly because they're going hard sell on the 9 way cage match. We come back for more post match, though they don't focus on the people talking all that much. Perros run rather than fight again, so we watch replays of the match.