CMLL, Perro/Santo

Today’s Arena Mexico show is hyped in ESTO as the return of Strong Man to Arena Mexico. He hasn’t been there in about four weeks.

Perro Aguayo’s Perros del Mal announced a partnership with El Hijo del Santo’s Todo X El Todos promotion yesterday. SuperLuchas has the full press release, with the first combo show on 01/31. The idea is they’ll combine their two talent rosters, and hopefully be able to run some shows. Perros del Mal are savvy enough to mention their next show in the press release:

Perros (SUN) 01/17 Arena Lopez Mateos
1) Skayde vs Carta Brava
2) Cósmico vs Mini Talisman
3) Celestial & Turbo vs Black Thunder & Mr. Aguilita
4) el Ángel & Nova vs Veneno & X-Fly
5) Charly Manson, Groon XXX, Oriental vs Damián 666, el Hijo del Perro Aguayo, Halloween

As for Santo/Perro, wait and see. The Perros weren’t much more successful when Cibernetico was around. Santo (and Blue Demon, also mentioned as being part of this) are bigger stars, but both haven’t been successful on their own on getting local promoters to use them the past year, or to get on TV. Santo notes he didn’t wrestle in Mexico City all of last year as a reason for making this deal, but it’s not like the Perros are the people you go to run to more.

Maybe I’m not giving this story enough credit and it’ll seem a much bigger deal down the road. Right now, it’s two guys who haven’t been able to get a regular schedule on their own coming together, but there’s no guarantee that coming together will actually get them closer to their goals.

The 01/31 show won’t be back at this building. Ovaciones says a new female promotion will be starting here on that day.

Konnan and La Parka were on a talk show, talking about AAA: Sin Limite en el Tiempo (the movie)

CMLL’s twitter says Ultimo Guerrero vs Villano V will air tomorrow on the Best of 2009 show.

Octagon served the remainder of the 20 hours left on his DUI sentence earlier this week.

Des de Ringside has the local Lucha Libre awards for Merida, and an interview with local wrestler Lob Warrior.

It’s time for the annual Torreon begins licensing wrestlers for the year article. Which means we’re only about six weeks away from the annual “no one in Torreon has bothered to get a license” article! So far, out of the 140 local wrestlers, 6 have gotten their license. A strong 4%!

Kcidis has Poder Mexica not getting their crowns.

RFC has his 2009 big national stories link is fixed!

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update and Slammin’ Stan Episode #22.

The El Mistico twitter account is a fake, right? Someone at CMLL should probably file a complaint about impersonation, because he’s presenting himself as the real deal. (And if he is the real deal, maybe CMLL’s twitter account can confirm that?)

11 thoughts to “CMLL, Perro/Santo”

  1. If its him he replies to a lot of tweets and he seems to get some of the twitter lingo a little too well (like #followfriday, etc.). I’m suspicious. I’ll believe it once Rob tells me its him.

    Link to Roberto’s story takes you to twitter help forum. I was like, ROBERTO’S GOT A TWITTER ACCOUNT! Then I read it, calmed down a bit and realized it was wrong link.

  2. Another old RdL on LATV.

    This Santo/Perro stuff sounds like we’ll have another year of two of the biggest names in Lucha wasting away on the indie scene. On bright side, their absence has allowed for the emergence of STRONGMAN in the main events.

  3. thinks there may have been some releases in FCW(in addition to the one listed).

    I can’t see Dos Caras Jr., lasting much longer which is why I bring it up. He’s horrible in the American style. His only asset is WWE wanting a more diverse lineup. He was horrible last night against Miller, and I can’t wait to see what he does if he leaves because it will make Cubs top six stories for sure.

  4. TDN/Noche de Punos aired the minis tonight. To no one’s surprise, but everyone’s disapointment, Tsuki was replaced by Pequeno Olimpico.

    Rudos won a match that was pretty fun.

  5. I didn’t think Tzuki would show up. It was too good to be true. But something stinks here. A wrestler who is coming off a long suspension for unprofessional behavior gets booked out of nowhere and doesn’t show up AGAIN. What does CMLL do?

    They book him again next Friday.

    I’m thinking either:

    a) There was a mix-up with the dates.
    b) CMLL is the nicest promotion in the world and will keep giving second chances.
    c) CMLL is so disorganized they keep booking someone they know won’t show up.

    I’m leaning towards A for now b/c there really is no excuse to have his name in the lineup for next week unless there was an honest mix-up.

    Was there a Lucha VaVoom show this weekend?

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