CMLL Guadalajara on Teleformula #44 (04/24/2011)

poor Hooligan :(

taped @ Arena Coliseo Guadalajara, 03/15/2011
file: here
recap: here

Arkángel de la Muerte, Hooligan, Skándalo vs Diamante, Gallo, Sagrado: Fair. I’m a sucker for any time Hooligan pulls off his boot and starts hitting people with it, though it seems to be backfiring more times than it’s worked. I may just be a sucker for more Hooligan. Sagrado was really going after him with the boot after, he’s not letting the rudos have any fun.

Máximo & Rush vs Negro Casas & Rey Bucanero: This arrangement did not bring out the best of anyone. Getting another Bucanero/Maximo match after they negelected to show the blow off for that feud is annoying, though at least they had Maximo work Negro instead most of the time.

GDL, Valiente/Virus, Aerostar

photo by Black Terry Jr.

CMLL (SUN) 05/01/2011 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [Fuego en el Ring]
1) Leo b Titanio
2) Black Metal & Magnum b Drago & Metalik
3) Astro Boy & Tigre Blanco b Mortiz & Semental
4) Estrellita, Princesa Sujei, Tiffany b Lluvia, Luna Mágica, Marcela
Rudas had all not been here for at least 3 months, but got the win in their return.
5) Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Texano b Máximo, Toscano, Valiente
Easy win for the new rudo trio.

Hooray for the return of GDL recaps.

IWRG (SUN) 05/01/2011 Arena Naucalpan [Black Terry Jr. (flickr), Mi Lucha Libre]
1) Tonatiuh b Muerte Infernal
straight falls
2) Carta Brava Jr. & Imposible b Dinamic Black & Eragón
3) Golden Magic, Miss Gaviota, Turbo b Alan Extreme, Comando Negro, El Pollo Asesino
with everyonoe else outside after the ring after dives, Golden Magic powerbombed Comando negro for the win.
4) Multifacético, Trauma I, Trauma II b Cuervo, Espíritu, Ozz
upset! Multifacteico got the win, sect set up a rematch.
5) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown b Bestia 666, Hijo de LA Park, Pirata Morgan
Psycho got away with a foul on Pirata Morgan

CMLL Gaceta previews Valiente vs Virus for the Mexican Welterweight Championship, noting they were both trained by wrestler Fuerza Aerea.  I’d expect Valiente to hold on to the title.

A day before Aerostar was strechered out in Chilpancingo, Aerostar was strechered in Puebla after injuring his noise on his dive. Noticing a pattern. A child he hit also suffered a bloody nose.

TNA TV show will now start airing at the exact same time as the AAA TV show. I’m thinking that doesn’t help (though I’m not sure it matters.) Speaking of unfortunate timing, Drago is going to debut on US TV this Sunday doing the same green mist spit Rey Misterio did last night at the WWE PPV. Drago did it a month before, not sure it matters.

Forjando un Idolo

Links

Lineups

IWRG FIL (WED) 05/04/2011 Arena Naucalpan
1) ? vs ??
2) ? vs ??
3) ? vs ??
4) Dragon Fly, Hijo del Pantera, Triton vs ?, Comando Negro, Dark Devil
5) Alan Extreme, Centurión, Dinamic Black, Eterno, Fresero Jr., Golden Magic, Rolling Boy, Saruman vs ?, Beta, Bizarro, Black Lancer, Kortiz, Maquina Infernal, Negro Casasola, Templario [cibernetico]

Only off by 10 days.  Also, they seem to be using their twitter again; we just need them to link the posters. (This one was posted by the Villano side on the poster

CMLL (SUN) 05/08/2011 Arena Mexico
1) Astro Boy & Bengala vs Bobby Zavala & Zayco
2) Guerrero Maya Jr., Hombre Bala Jr., Sensei vs Mortiz, Rayo Tapatío I, Rayo Tapatío II
3) Metal Blanco, Metro, Palacio Negro vs Cancerbero, Raziel, Yoshihashi
4) Ángel de Oro, Diamante, Rush vs El Alebrije, Misterioso II, Olímpico [MEX TRIOS]
5) Black Warrior, Máximo, Strong Man vs Felino, Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas

Dragon Lee seems to have been disappeared from the Gen2011 vs Rayo Tapatios feud for a while.

No Forjando un Idolo quarterfinals here. That must mean they’re doing the other half next Friday (05/13), and they’ll be doing the semifinal and finals on the same night (05/20.)

Alebrije, Misterioso, and Olimpico winning those trios titles would get CMLL to 15 champions (+ the lightweight title.) On the other hand, that is a bizarre trio and one I’d never expect to beat Angel de Oro, Diamante and Rush in any other situation. I don’t think they’re losing here.

CMLL Guerreros del Ring on 52MX #283 (04/23/2011)

taped @ Arena Coliseo, 04/17/2011

file: here
recap: here

Gen 11 vs Vets cibernetico: a brief ranking of the Gen2011 wrestlers

Comando Clutch

Hijo del Signo as a rudo (though not the biggest upside)
Hombre Bala Jr.
Bobby Zavala (least certain)
Dragon Lee
Hijo del Signo as a tecnico (so of course he’s one half the time)
Enrique Vera Jr.
Magnus
Super Halcon Jr.

(Palacio Negro, Metal Blanco and everyone else you’re thinking of don’t count because the secret critera here is “Arkangel trainee.” Which may clue us in to who’s in charge of these matches.)

Super Halcon Jr. is so not ready for even openers. Magnus is ready for openers; makes a fine pair with Mortiz! Enrique Vera Jr. is ready for a promotion that doesn’t already have Rush because he’s basically the greener version. Dragon Lee is the most DTU wrestler in CMLL since Crazzy Boy. Hijo del Signo is the four year college basketball player, solidly fundamentally but no one believes he’ll carry a team. Bobby Zavala hasn’t been on my TV much. I genuinely believe there’s something in Hombre Bala that really may work out. Also, as interesting as this continues to be, I also genuinely believe that the absolutely last thing CMLL needed is seven more young wrestlers that they wanted to get over right away.

Delta, Toscano, Valiente vs Felino, Misterioso II, Shigeo Okumura: I watched this a week ago, it was fine, I do not recall it at all. Everyone did about what they usually do, Valietne was great.