taped 2013-09-22 @ Domo del Deportivo Plan Sexenal, Distrito Federal
Carta Brava Jr. & El Apache vs Lucky Boy & Niño de Ébano: Seemed a little long for these guys; that or they switched into the end game near fall breaking up too early, because that section felt like it kept going and the early feeling out portion was longer than usual. Match was fine went the young guys weren’t almost killing themselves. Lucky Boy seemed like he should’ve been hurt twice and kept going fine. He was very…fortunate.
Angélico, Australian Suicide, Jack Evans vs Eterno, Pentagón Jr., Steve Pain: Plenty of good spots, but it didn’t feel like it came together as a great match for reasons I can’t really explain (and so maybe aren’t so valid.) They did work hard to build to the hot tag, but then it turned into everyone getting in their moves rather than a fight. The bit where everyone does a finisher and someone else breaks it up is really played out. Suicide looked nervous and off in his first match, but obviously has ability.
El Mesías, La Parka, Psycho Clown vs Chessman, Parka Negra, Texano Jr.: a long and not very interesting rudo dominated match with neither guys doing a lot – it was mostly an workaround to do Texano versus Psycho Clown without doing it as a singles match, because the other guys were just there to run interference (or badly perform moves, if you’re Mesías and Parka.) Finisher, kickout, finisher, pin broken up didn’t do a lot for my interest in the match, but they did their best to make the case Psycho could win if other people weren’t involved.