Ultimo Guerrero vs Mr. Niebla, X-Fly, Monterrey

CMLL (MON) 03/21/2011 Arena Puebla [Fuego en el Ring]
1) Asturiano & Stigma CO Fuerza Chicana & King Jaguar
Tecnico dives led to finish.
2) Centella de Oro, Metatrón, Super Halcon Jr. b Disturbio, Hijo del Signo, Siki Ozama Jr.
Super Halcon Jr. pinned Disturbio to win his debut.
3) Diamante, Dragon Lee, Fuego b Arkángel de la Muerte, Hooligan, Yoshihashi
Dragon Lee and Arkangel made mask vs mask challenges. (No.)
4) Averno, Ephesto, Mephisto b Delta, Hijo del Fantasma, Sangre Azteca
5) Atlantis, Rey Bucanero, Último Guerrero b Mr. Niebla, Terrible, Texano Jr.
Even though it made no sense for Bucanero to be on the Guerreros team, he was a professional and did not betray them. Terrible and Texano took out Atlantis & Rey Bucanero and Niebla thought he had UG beat. Though too soon, and UG cradles him for a pin. Niebla demanded a rematch for next week.

X-Fly defended his Mexican National Heavyweight Championship, defeating Super Crazy on Sunday with some help from Low Rider.

Ryusuke Taguchi will defend the CMLL Welterweight Championship in NJPW on April 3 versus Madoka. Madoka is a Tokyo based independent wrestler who beat Taichi in a singles match last month. He’s at least as deserving a title match as Inquisidor.

Latin Lover (of course) won his match in Chicago on Sunday, and did a video interview with SuperLuchas about what he’s up to. They also have a hand held video of Zorro vs Charly Manson.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update and is up to 60 to 51 on the 2010 countdown.



CMLL (SUN) 03/27/2011 Arena Coliseo Monterrey
1) Aguila Azteca & Chamaco Gurrola vs Goliat & Hampon I
2) Sicario, Sombra Chicana, Titanik vs Black Soul, Corazon Adicto, Veneno Extremo
3) Hijo del Ninja vs Rey Demonio Jr. [lightning]
4) Diluvio Negro I vs Estrella Dorada Jr. [vale todo]
5) Último Guerrero vs Spartaco [CMLL HEAVY]
6) Máscara Dorada, Silencio, Stuka Jr. vs Felino, Mr. Niebla, Negro Navarro

Spartaco and UG were in a trios match here last week, but it took less time for him to get a shot than Misterioso. Probably will end the same way.

13 thoughts to “Ultimo Guerrero vs Mr. Niebla, X-Fly, Monterrey”

  1. I wonder if the guys will work Navarro style and treat it like a serious match or if Navarro will work it Peste Negra style and chase Periquito around the ring. You know what I’m hoping for!:) (who will Solar I be drawing with while Navarro is gone on that Sunday?)

    Good to see Nikita enjoy Multi vs Comando. Really good match aside from BS finish.

  2. @Rob:

    I’m guessing Navarro will work the Monterrey Rudo Ref style. I’ll be interested in seeing how he works with Dorada?

  3. Are we sure that isn’t a typo and it isn’t Negro Casas? No one else that usually travels with Navarro is on this card.

    If that is Navarro, switch him and Spartaco and give me an awesome UG vs NN match!

  4. @Rob: While it was not a clean finish, I wouldn’t say it was BS. Multifacetico needs to chase Comando a bit more, and if Comando goes over clean, the story ends there.

  5. OK, I’ll confess that I assumed it was a typo. I’m really hoping for Negro Navarro in a giant afro wig now though. If this match makes tv, I’ll actually watch ACM.

  6. @Nikita: Very true. My pet peeve though is clean matches that are going great and they overbook the finish. From a booking standpoint it makes perfect sense as you pointed out in your review.

    The new Multifacetico has already surpassed the second version in terms of greatest Multifacetico’s.

    @Alan: Oh my. Navarro in a wig. HELLO NEW TWITTER AVATAR!

  7. @Alan: Not so concerned about the IWRG fanbase that dances with Pollito, accepts Miss Gaviota for what she is and still knows the meaning of the word ‘fun’. A little concerned about lurkers to this website who write 3 page essays on random matches they dislike (so why waste 3 pages writing about it?) and can’t even crack a smile when Periquito tries to be an edecan but falls flat on his face. Oh my god… if they take Periquito on the trip we can see some interaction with Negro Navarro! That may actually lead to a classic nonsensical rant by ohtanisjacket! I must have it!

    BTW, for those who haven’t seen the genius of Periquito: (fast forward to about 1:20 or so)

  8. @Rob:

    100% DEAD ON! I don’t buy that guy as any kind of expert at all after reading some of his lucha stuff. Guess that’s what happens when the puroresu arguement well runs dry.

    I did agree with him that Santo was pretty nifty in ’93 though!

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