Myzteziz, Fuerza Guerrera/Golden Magic, Mistico on Mistico

@ Antonio_Fierro

At a press conference to talk about the upcoming AAA show at the Hard Rock Casino in Puerto Vallarta, AAA introduced Mistico/Sin Cara as a newly contracted AAA luchador under a new name: Myzteziz. He’s got a new outfit, which has a few elements of his old ones.

The name appears to be pronounced Miztiz, though we’ll be hearing it often to be sure. One easy way to remember how to spell the name: slam your head on your keyboard, and you’re there. It seems way too complicated, just ugly to the eye and one people are going to struggle to remember, but maybe they’ll get it over on TV.

AAA owns it in Mexico – check expediente numbers 1483972, 1483974, and 1483976, all filed back on 05/08 – but not yet in the US. Myzteziz said he’d still be using Mistico/Sin Cara on non-AAA shows, so he hasn’t really fixed his long term issue if he ends up falling out with AAA. Though he may have more problems than a name if he falls out with AAA.

(The Ring & Rock 2 show is happening July 4th thru July 6th. AAA tapes in Xalapa on 07/03, so the show is unlikely to be a taping this time around.)

IWRG (WED) 06/04/2014 Arena Naucalpan [The Gladiatores]
1) Black Angel (IWRG) & Fly Boricua b Black Niko & Voltar
Main shows debuts for all except Niko.
2) Matrix Jr. & Muerte Infernal b Aramis & Sky Ángel
Aramis’ debut. Muerte Infernal’s first match since 2011 (so it could be a new one.)
3) Anubis Black & Zurdog b Látigo & Metaleon
4) Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro b Guerrero Mixtico, Hip Hop Man, Tony Rivera
5) Bombero Infernal, Canis Lupus, Fuerza Guerrera b Black Terry, Golden Magic, Relámpago
straight falls for the rudos, Fuerza catching Golden in a submission by surprise. Golden Magic, the champion, demanded Fuerza Guerrera face him in a title match.

Fuerza Guerrera blew off the idea of a title match in a post match interview, but did sound like he’d do a super libre one.

CMLL Informa had Angel de Oro, surly La Sombra and Volador Jr. on last night. Angel de Oro talked about his return, while Sombra and Volador each talked about Friday’s title match (though Sombra was more into getting over his new character.) The show ended with Mistico being brought out to repeat the message from the end of the last show – this is the real and only Mistico, and anyone else using that name is fake. It feels like watching a totalitarian regime try to change history, except if the regime had no power at all.

Last night’s Tercera Caida had a lot of highlights and Aeroboy as guest. They talk to Aeroboy for 20 more minutes after the show, and they’re giving away a t-shirt.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.

Rob has highlights of July 2001 CMLL.

Kratoz, Erik Ortiz, Tony Rodriguez and Kaientai in a four way match has been added to the LuchaMania show.

An interview with Olimpico mentions his son, Exodia, had four unsuccessful operations on his leg after his injury.

Capitan Furia kept the Mexico City Heavyweight Championship in San Luis Potosi over Maligno

An English language story about El Angel (de Mazatlan)’s retirement show.  A fun time was had by all.

Rossy Moreno, Lady Apache, and Martha Villalobos‘ new luchadora charity foundation will be officially formed on Monday.

CMLL press release on Los Indeseables.

SuperLuchas thinks about a lucha libre draft, or at least lucha libre transfer fees.

Random interview with La Jarochita. There’s more AAA interviews on the same channel.

Discovery and friends were putting on matches at Chicago restaurant conference.

Lucha Libre in Japan

06/05 NJPW: BUSHI b Mascara Dorada [BOSJ, match 6]
Dorada drops to 3-3. He’s kind of alive – if there’s a big tie, he would be part of it – but he’s probably done. He’s got a match with Matt Jackson tomorrow to wrap up his block, and then will get in a tag match on the 8th.

8 thoughts to “Myzteziz, Fuerza Guerrera/Golden Magic, Mistico on Mistico”

  1. I guess Konnan going to talk about it on the MLW podcast, during the Russo episode this Sunday or next week.

  2. I don’t hate the name like I did when I first read it. Once you hear it pronounced its alright. Its a little too much in the “eziz, isis” family of lucha names. Its also one of those words gringos might have difficulties pronouncing, so they better start teaching the pronunciation to whoever they plan on having as announcers in AAA USA. If that’s the name they stick with here.

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