RCH (SUN) 11/10/2013 Rodeo Santa Fe, Tlalnepantla, Estado de Mexico [Black Terry Jr. (Flickr), MT]
1) Trauma I & Trauma II b Apolo Estrada Jr. & Impulso
2) Crazy Star (F) & Ludark Shaitan b Anime & Star Fire
3) Dinamic Black, Freelance, Súper Nova b Comando Negro, Puma (CMLL), Tiger
4) Blue Panther & Máximo b Casandro & Villano IV
5) Dr. Wagner Jr. & LA Park b Atlantis & Último Guerrero
UG dropkicked the ref, Wagner fouled UG, UG pulled Wagner’s mask, Wagner rolled him up anyway. Everyone made challenges post match, with Wagner talking about raising an anti-AAA army and invading Arena Mexico.
New location, and attendance seemed to be down.
CMLL (MON) 11/11/2013 Arena Puebla [El Popular]
1) Artillero, Inquisidor, Súper Comando b Meyer, Tigre Rojo, Tigre Rojo Jr.
Artillero submitted Tigre Rojo Jr.
2) Metatrón, Starman, Súper Halcón Jr. b Camorra, Siki Ozama Jr., Toro Bill Jr.
Starman beat Camorra.
3) Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr., Stuka Jr. b Boby Zavala, Misterioso Jr., Virus
Delta submitted Zavala.
4) Averno, Mephisto, Mr. Niebla b Blue Panther, Diamante Azul, La Sombra
Panther and Averno feuded. Mephisto & Niebla beat Panther & Azul.
5) Shocker DQ Negro Casas and Rush
Worked as a three way match. Shocker & Negro worked together, but Rush still beat Negro for the first elimination. Rush fouled Shocker for the DQ. Shocker wanted a hair match next week. Rush did not respond. It does sound like they’re in a singles match next week.
Today’s CMLL Arena Mexico show is a 2×1 ticket sale (for rows 11 and back.) Attendance has been dire of late on Tuesdays even by dire Tuesday standards; this is an attempt to get people in the door. Main event is the reunited Estetas versus an Invasor trio of Volador, Kraneo and Olimpico.
The big CMLL show of today is actually in Guadalajara, where Rush gets another chance at Terrible and the heavyweight championship. This is there third match – they met for the vacant title, then again earlier this year where Rush gave up the light heavyweight title to get a shot. (This time, Rush just won for a few weeks.) The heavyweight title in CMLL is the least meaningful heavyweight title in any major promotion, but Terrible versus Rush means something, and CMLL had believed it means enough not to give Rush the big title win yet. It’s possible it may finally happen tonight, in Rush’s home area arena.
Esfinge says he’s dedicated his last three and half months to this bodybuilding contest. Apparently the judges decide day of the contest which group (beginner, intermediate, advanced) the luchadors belong in, which is probably why people are so upset about those distinctions after the contest.
LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update and Alfredo recaps the second half of Heroes Inmortales.
Rob has highlights of 04/05/13 CMLL.
Black Terry Jr. has photos of a Black Terry & Perro Aguayo Jr. taping a lucha libre scene for a telenovela. Terry is in the ring wrestling the star (and his stunt double), I’m not sure what Aguayo was doing.
Tercera Caida posted their off camera interview with Dhani Ledesma from Expo Lucha.
Stuka talks about the hurricane relief donations from last month now being delivered to needy people.
AAA has the second part of their interview with Texano Jr. & Hijo del Fantasma.
Lineups for indy shows on Saturday’s lucha libre expo were announced. The CMLL one is supposed to be announced Thursday now.
CMLL (SUN) 11/17/2013 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Brillante & Explosivo vs El Tapatío & El Yaqui
2) El Divino & Javier Cruz Jr. vs Acertijo & Jocker
3) Halcón de Plata, Sky Kid, Virgo vs Ángel del Mal, Évola, Magnum
4) Black Metal, Gallo, León Blanco vs Bárbaro Cavernario, Exterminador, Maléfico
5) Diamante Azul, Sagrado, Stuka Jr. vs Gran Guerrero, Pierroth, Vangellys
A show! Not a good one, with that rudo side.