Monterrey, lucha in LA/Chicago, Hereos en el Ring on Wii/PSP

AAA (SUN) 06/27 Arena Coliseo Monterrey [RFC]
1) Rey Demonio Jr. b Babe Fox
2) El Brazo & Hailey Hatred b Jesse & Tiffany
3) Golden Boy, Rey Demonio Jr., Simbolo b Rió Bravo, Tigre Cota, Tito Santana
4) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown b Aerostar, Laredo Kid, Súper Fly
5) El Elegido, Jack Evans, Octagón b Antifaz del Norte, Damián 666, Halloween

RFC has that semimain as win #15,656,541,551,516,514 for the Psycho Circus.

No word on the exact finish to that main event, but another show with Perros del Mal wrestlers did not end with a DQ: it ended with a double DQ.

Later this month, LuchaManiaUSA (FMLL) is running shows with name indy guys: it’s the Santo, Demon, Hijo de Rey, Rayo crew. They’re in Los Angeles on 07/17 and Chicago on 07/18. LA Park & Pirata Morgan are working LA, while Chicago gets Hijo de LA Park. Tickets don’t appear to be on sale in LA, but the Congress’ website says they’re $15 GA+$3 handling for Chicago. Thinking about going, but there are some tedious people on that lineup. The website says these are part of a 2010 tour also including Las Vegas, San Fransico, Milwaukee, and “Texas, TX”.

Cronicas Y Leyendas looks back at Loco Zandokan, as well as Enrique Vera and Dos Caras as UWA champion.

Estrellas del Ring has a video interview with el Signo.

In a video Psicosis III hypes up his match with the Traumas in DTU, but this is more notable for actually seeing Psicosis III for the first time in a while

Gamer Vision has an interview with the leader designer of the PSP/Wii version of Heroes en el Ring. The pictures include Psycho Circus themed arena that looks awesome. I want AAA to build it and hold all their TV there, ASAP. Also, news you can use: (emphasis mine)

Lucha libre hosts some of the most diverse and insane division that wrestling has to offer, including a very deep female division and a “Mini” division for fighters shorter than 5 feet. We chose to focus on the main feud between Tecnicos and Rudos, since they are the most popular, and adding some female fighters to the roster, leaving the midgets for future incarnations of the game.

Fabi Apache, Wii exclusive?

Future Shipwreck interviews lucha libre photographer Marc Smith, illustrated with great photos from a recent Lucha Va Voom show.

Kcidis draws the biggest possible match for the Anniversary show.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news recap and an EAW press release on their referee (really.) These EAW press releases are of very tiny news value, but it is a smart way to prevent EAW from disappearing from everyone’s minds when they’re running one show every two months.

07/03-04 Lucha Times

box. One return from World Cup hiatus! Possibly not the one you want.

AAA-US: Part 1 of TripleMania, with the minis match, the women’s match, the four way tag and Wagner/Electroshock. I look forward to “flipping channels and saw Go Shiozaki on lucha libre, how weird” tweets this weekend.

52MX: Women’s match, and Yoshihashi’s debut on this show.

LATV: probably a rerun

CMLL-GDL: next show in line had a Mascara/Terrible/UG vs Asesino/Maximo/Porky relevos, but who knows.


CMLL: the 3 of the top 4 that aren’t the women’s match. Pesta Negra vs Sombra/Mistico/Shocker

AAA-MEX: the first post-TripleMania taping, with the Legion vs 187/Cibernetico

Fox: notInfernales/Dr. X vs Dimante/Fuego/Rush, and Lyger & the Dinamitas vs Maximo, Porky and La Mascara in a match that actually happened.

C3: More Demus/Bam Bam

Puebla: still not on the schedule

Monterrey: Is it on? Is not on? I dunno. I’m guessing still off for World Cup.

Perros: back on the schedule! probably back still on the DF show.

CMLL-TFN: up to 07/03, so the Euforia/Okumura/Virus vs Maximo/Metro/Mictlan match might be an unaired one to slip thru.