CMLL (FRI) 02/13/2015 Arena México [R de Rudo, CMLL]
1) Flyer & Star Jr. b Disturbio & Espiritu Negro
2) Dark Angel, Estrellita, Princesa Sugehit b Amapola, La Comandante, Zeuxis
3) Dragon Lee, Stuka Jr., Titán DQ Ephesto, Kamaitachi, Mephisto
Kamatiachi fouled Dragon Lee, unconcerned with losing.
4) La Máscara b Negro Casas [lightning]
Rush ran in to help Mascara, then ran into the crowd to annoy them.
5) Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Thunder b Atlantis, Marco Corleone, Máximo
Thunder replaced Shocker on Monday. Rudos took 1/3, with Terrible beating Maximo after help from an eliminated Rey bUncaero.
6) Mistico, Valiente, Volador Jr. b Euforia, Niebla Roja, Último Guerrero © [CMLL TRIOS]
Sky Team took 2/3, La Mistica on Ultimo Guerrero to win the titles. Sky Team are the 27th Champions, Guerreros Laguneros fall on their 4th defense. This is Volador’s first time winning these titles and Mistico & Valiente’s second.
The eggs are all being carefully placed in the Mistico basket again. Meanwhile, Rush was apparently singing in the crowd after his interference.
This week’s AAA show is already up on YouTube.
There’s a poster advertising a 04/03 show in Deportivo Colon (Xalapa) as a TV taping. It looks a bit unofficial and AAA’s not run that building for a TV taping prior, but it’s possible.
Enrique & Oscar have a podcast talking about those Naucalpan and Neza AAA shows, noting Neza is an important place for his Alberto’s family. It was a UWA Friday night stop for many years.
ChilangaMask has their February Coacalco show this Sunday. Diaro Basta had a big interview with Pagano. He faces both Arez & Impulso in a handicap match. The main event is Hechicero vs Judas el Traidor, but card order is never set for these shows. Belial vs Dragon Lee is also on the show and might end up being the match of the night.
Excelsior has a Valentine’s Day article on the Jhonny Gonzalez/Sexy Star relationship, including the way Jhonny got her phone number.
SuperLuchas looks back at a bloody El Faraon match from a past February 13th.
CMLL has the second part of their El Faraon bio.
A group is running a cultural tour of Arena Mexico on 04/26, including getting a ticket for that Sunday show.
CMLL (FRI) 02/20/2015 Arena México
1) Oro Jr. & Soberano Jr. vs Cancerbero & Raziel
2) Ángel de Oro, Fuego, Tritón vs Ephesto, Hechicero, Okumura
3) La Sombra & Negro Casas vs La Máscara & Mephisto and Mistico & Ripper and Dragon Lee & Kamaitachi and Rey Bucanero & Volador Jr. and Euforia & Valiente and Bárbaro Cavernario & Titán and Delta & Misterioso Jr. [natl pi]
4) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [natl pi, 8f]
5) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [natl pi, 8f]
6) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [natl pi, 8f]
7) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [natl pi, 8f]
8) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [natl pi, quarterfinal]
9) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [natl pi, quarterfinal]
10) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [natl pi, semifinal]
11) Atlantis, Marco Corleone, Máximo vs Terrible, Thunder, Último Guerrero
Delta handles the video promo. He’s not getting out of the first round. The best way to make Dragon Lee vs Kamaitachi mean something to the casual fan would be for them to advance very far in this tournament, but I can’t see that happening either. Cavernario/Titan is the team I’d like to win. Mistico & Ripper might win – if Ripper ever is going to win one of these, now is the time. Euforia teaming with Valiente means no repeat winners. As much as Rush seemed sure he was teaming with Ultimo Guerrero, Atlantis is now free to team with his usual rival – there’s probably three pairs out of this main event. Both the Angel de Oro/Hechicero and Dragon Rojo/Niebla Roja teams are left as well.
Too many matches on this show. Not enough Rush – CMLL specifically said he’d be back here on Wednesday, and back here he’s not. Opener is a fun match which has no chance of making TV.