CMLL GDR - 06/10/06 (#29)
Telling us to keep watching: Brazo de Oro,
Reoccurring Interview: Terrible (wearing the PdM shirt).
Pre match interviews with both sides. Of course, they have Maximo talk to Magadan.
Match 1: Loco Max vs Maximo in a hair match
Arena Coliseo, 06/04/06
Winner: Maximo (2-1)
Match Time: 15:29
Approx Rating: Disappointing. Seemed like the bare bones of a good match the first two falls, and then fell into the problematic overly stilted "big move, pin, rest, big move, pin, rest" singles style that's way too overused in the third. Loco pretty much did everything here, and they really should've have bothered to have Maximo sell the leg in the third fall - he's not good at it and it didn't matter.
Other Match Notes: Loco is fired up for this match. He attacks Maximo before he makes it halfway down the aisle, and brings him to the ring.
Loco stomps and chops Maximo. He looks odd having hair. Opening whistle is about 30 seconds after Loco's attack. Whip, flapjack. Loco off the ropes, sliding knee to Maximo's face. Whip, back elbow. Look at the crowd. Whip, clothesline misses, Maximo lands the jumping butt bump. Off the ropes, and another. 'rana, one two three. (:58) That was typical. Crowd chants loud for Maximo.
Loco attacks Maximo while we're still looking at replays. Suplex, and the whistle still hasn't blown. Oh, we're getting a break.
Seems like Loco got about another 30 seconds of violence in on Maximo before this bell, though he went back on break after that suplex. Whip, boot. Loco talking trash, and - and - and - oh, he's waiting for Maximo to get up. Running knee to Maximo's head before he can get up. Loco goes insane at the Maximo chants. Whip, backdrop. Again, Loco waiting for Maximo to start to get up, this time so he can dropkick him in the head. Whip, taking his time, Loco charges in, Maximo moves out of the way, and gives Loco a finger kiss. Maximo off the ropes, cartwheel over, hop for no reason, back off the ropes, spinning headscissors on Loco. TOPE. This is quite the skeleton of a good match. Both guys are slow up and getting back in. Maximo charges, carefully goes to the middle rope (too carefully) middle rope butt bump connects - or not? I guess Loco blocked it, but that was the worst camera angle to show it. I only know I was supposed to have seen something by Maximo selling. Crooked figure four and Maximo immediately screams and taps out. (6:21) Replays. Break.
Maximo is still down as the third fall picks up. Loco taunts him. Maximo's acting like his left leg is broken. Again, Maximo leans up, and again, Loco kicks him. They got that one down. Suplex, holding it, suplex, holding it, suplex (Loco jumping with it). That killed Loco, apparently, because he barley puts an arm over, one two no. Loco's dead tired now - I hate this part, it's been 8 minutes and he's been on offense most of it. Loco backs Maximo in the corner and calls a spot visibly, corner whip, delayed charge in, and Maximo gets a boot up. Loco charges again, and gets booted again. Maximo ducks out under a clothesline (pause), shoulderblock for Loco, running the corner the other way, run up the corner reverse tope, now he remembers his leg hurts, one two NO. Yea, his leg hurts more when he's not putting weight on it, I guess, because Maximo grabs it a lot as he gets up. Off the ropes, he's a bit gimpy, but still manages a 'rana. Loco rolls thru - the fans go insane for a sec - one two NO. Both men down, leaving plenty of time for a slow motion replay. Back live - Loco tries a La Majistral, it goes bad, but Loco saves it as a pin anyway, one two no. Both slow up, again Maximo's leg bugging him the less weight he puts on it. Loco tries a kick, Maximo catches it, spins him, and dropkicks him out (with a bit of a roll.) Maximo limps warming up for a dive, so he goes to the apron instead for a running plancha. Replays of that. Both slow back in. Maximo starts climbing in, and falls down, so Loco actually beats him in, but both beat the twenty count. Maximo has a sudden surge of energy, 'rana, Loco rolls thru, they're by the ropes (actually IN the ropes) as last week, but Loco hasn't grabbed them, one - now he grabs it, two, and the referee spots it even though he's completely shielded from seeing it. He's not counting it, even though Loco is sure that was three. Loco has deep problems with this inconsistently. And then locks around for no reason, blowing his strategy of kicking Maximo before he can get up. Loco's punch misses, Maximo kicks him, Gory lift, Loco rolls down his back and sunset flips him, one two NO. Loco probably could've grabbed the ropes there too. We have enough time for a replay while they're recovering. Loco kicks Maximo while he's getting up again (now he's got it!), forward fireman's carry slam, and he's going up. Taking time to point at the people while he's doing it is probably not a good idea, but what can you do. Top rope somersault senton comes up empty, Maximo crawls on top, one two NO. Both are out and have an arm on each other, one two both up. Maximo punches Loco in the side while still on the mat. He's up on his feet, but his leg is bugging him again. He works it off by stomping with his good foot (which is unlikely to be a good idea, but he does feel more hurt after it.) Maximo teases going up, gets talked out of it, does one more stomp, and then head sup. He hesitates, and Loco is back up - inside cradle bomb, one two (long count) NO. Loco's got almost all the near falls here. Loco's clothesline misses, Maximo gives him a drop toe hold, La Majistral, one two three. (8:10)
Loco gets shaved to look like - what he looks like normally, really. Loco takes off before he gets more than the top taken off, but we see him all cleaned up in an interview promising revenge.
Wagner and Perro do promos before the next match.
Hector Garza, Hijo del Perro Aguayo, Terrible vs Dos Caras Jr., Dr. Wagner Jr., Hijo de Lizmark
Match 2: Hector Garza, Hijo del Perro Aguayo (c),
Terrible vs Dos Caras Jr., Dr. Wagner Jr. (c), Hijo de Lizmark
Arena Coliseo, 06/04/06
Winner: Rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 14:04
Approx Rating: Usual as you'd expect with this crew. Nothing special.
Other Match Notes: It's funny how the women calmly more out of the way when they see Perro coming to jump Wagner as he enters. Also funny is a kid jumping the barricade hoping to talk to Wagner - he's got some fighting to do, kid. I think Perro backs off so they don't run over the kid - he attacks Wagner once he's clear of the aisle instead. Beatdown to start.
Brawl. Perro takes time out to taunt the fans who are cheering for Wagner and lead on the cheers for himself. Wagner tries to make a one man comeback and gets beaten up for it. Lizmark gets beaten up next, Dos waits on the apron to be beaten up last. Wagner manages to isolate Perro in the aisle for a brawl, but that goes nowhere. Meanwhile, Terrible is hitting a top rope splash on Dos Caras to finish him. (2:24). Perro waves over help to work over Wagner. He doesn't want to go in, because he'll get pinned, so Perro just beats him up outside. Nice headbutt - haven't seen that much from him. Perro ends up bringing him in anyway, but just to put him in the corner to work on his mask. Meanwhile, Terrible and Garza over over and pin Lizmark. (3:24) Beatdown goes on thru the replays. Perro and the Dos Caras fan section have words. Break.
They don't let the Third Fall ring girl get too close, worried she'll get involved. A vendor does get too close, and his ice bucket is stolen to be dropkicked into Wagner. Perro leisurely taunts Dos Caras into walking into a trap, and that's bad for Dos. Lizmark tries to get Garza, and Perro and Terrible jump him from behind. Lizmark shows some spirit, but it gets him nowhere. The comeback - is a non comeback, really. Dr. Wagner yanks Perro's leg from the outside and tried to pull him out, Perro fights him off, but in the meantime, Dos has pulled out Terrible, and Wagner just goes with it as a comeback. Garza is the last person to figure it out, but I'm not sure I can blame him. Perro takes a suplex on the ramp. Garza tries to use a ref for protection, and that's no good. Wagner ends up ripping Perro's shirt. The other four end up in the ring at the same time. Dos gets the powerbomb on Terrible (3:45) and Lizmark gives us the mandatory superkick on Garza (3:46) Wagner gets a sit down powerbomb on Perro for good measure. Replay, and quick clip to the third fall.
No opening whistle - I guess it was clipped? Crowd behind Wagner as he and Garza pose before getting started. Their exchange is more shtick then wrestling, and Perro comes into add his two cents. Wagner starts to make the CMLL generic tecnico comeback, gets sidetracked, still makes it, and then is dropkicked out by Terrible. This leads to the four non-captains all in at the same time. Lizmark and Dos get whipped into each other, but don't go down to clotheslines. Lizmark and Dos are doing hip swivels now, which Dos really can't pull of. Dos is good at questioning Terrible's testicular fortitude. SUPERKICK X2. Everyone not named Garza ends up going out, and he's tripped off the apron before he can dive. Captains back in, getting the crowd up before they start. Perro ends up missing a corner charge, hanging himself in the corner. Wagner grabs him, but the referee grabs Wagner - because Wagner was going to pull Perro's trunks? I dunno. It doesn't go anywhere, because Wagner keeps control and doesn't try a pin. Wagner covers after a delay on a missile dropkick, one two, Terrible pulls out the ref - on a missed dropkick!?! This is a bad sign. Wagner gets a bodyscissors roll, Hector pulls off his mask from the outside, Wagner covers up, Perro cover shim, the referees are a billion seconds late in coming in but do count the three. (6:54) Replays, and Perro gets to cut the victorious promo.