new IWRG tag champs, Toryumon Mexico

Toryumon Mexico (SUN) 01/25/2015 Domo del Deportivo Plan Sexenal, Distrito Federal [Estrellas del Ring]
1) Íkaro b Monarca Azul, Sonnic
2) Amapola & Tiffany b Lluvia & Marcela
3) O.T. Fernandes b Patan, Daisuke Hanaoka, J.C. Navarro, Douki, Fiero, Golden Xplotion, Imposible [Copa Dragon]
The Puerto Ricain Fernandez eliminated Navarro & Patan to win the championship.
4) Pantera I & Super Ciudadano b Hijo del Signo & Jorge Kebrada
5) Arkángel de la Muerte & Último Guerrero b Atlantis & Último Dragón
Ultimo Guerrero replaced Euforia. Rudos took 1/3, UG snuck in a foul on Euforia. Fernandez and Navarro helped Arkangel during the match and humilated Arkangel post match.

An Ultimo Dragon show.

IWRG (SUN) 01/25/2015 Arena Naucalpan [The Gladiatores]
1) Anubis Black & Hip Hop Man b Alfa & Dragón Celestial
Anubis Black replaced Dowki. Hip Hop Man wants a rematch against Dragon Celestial for his Argentino championship.
2) Emperador Azteca, Golden Magic, Metaleón b Ciclon Black, Roller Boy, Tony Rivera
3) Leo, Mike, Rafy, Teelo b Liderk, Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Rayan
Leo was stretchered out after a moonsault onto AK-47. Turtles won anyway and Oficial/Comando Elite fought after their loss.
4) Hijo De Dos Caras, Súper Nova, Veneno DQ Hijo de Máscara Año 2000, Universo 2000 Jr., X-Fly
Mascara was beat in the third, came back to hit Dos with a chair, and was eventually caught.
5) Chicano & Danny Casas b Canis Lupus & Eterno © [IWRG IC TAG]
Challengers Chicano & Danny Casas took falls 2/3 to take the titles. Lupis & Eterno fall in first defense. Third fall saw Eterno beat Danny, Chicano beat Canis, and Chicano surprise Eterno with a casita to win. Eterno & Lupus demanded a hair match with the new champions, then both teams fought until the locker room cleared out to separate them.

Main event feud seems very violent. Unclear if they’re running Wednesday this week or not (guessing not.)

Black Terry Jr. has photos of yesterday’s DTU show, and highlights of the Flamita vs Drastick Boy vs Lanzeloth match.

Today’s CMLL show in Puebla is an oddly busy show, with three matches which would’ve been easy main events on any number of dead DF shows in the last month. The actual main event is La Sombra & La Mascara taking on Ultimo Guerrero & Gran Guerrero, there’s a special Shocker vs Maximo singles match, and Demus challenging Astral for the minis title is way down in the segunda. I’d expect Astral to retain but it’s good to see Astral’s mini title reign being active after Pequeno Olimpico’s was not.

Pesadilla explains wrestling with his mask off in NOAH – the rudos had been taking off his mask during his matches and he knew it wouldn’t be a DQ in a TLC match, so he just put face paint to surprise them and keep going. He doesn’t plan on wrestling unmasked in Mexico.

Segunda Caida starts with Mocho Cota on the 80s DVDs set with a match from 1983. Everyone is good on that set, even I can never find time to finish it.