CMLL (FRI) 03/13/2015 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) El Tapatío & Meteoro DQ Demonio Rojo & Relampago
Meteoro replaced El Brillante. DQ for Relampago reentering after being eliminated.
2) El Alteño & Frezzer b El Piraña & Gran Kenut
Pirana replaced Satara.
3) El Divino, Javier Cruz Jr., Reycko b El Chakal, Furia Roja, Thunder Boy
4) Évola, Exterminador, Sádico b Hijo del Calavera, Leo, Metatrón
Debut for Hijo del Calavera, who took the loss to Exterminador.
5) Omar Brunetti, Pepe Aguayo, Virgo DQ Demonio Maya, Jocker, Maléfico
Tecnicos took 2/3, the last when Great Eku, Sadico, Evola and Exterminador attacked the tecnicos. Leo and Xavier Cruz made the save.
Main event seems to be setting up a multiman cage match, the last refuge of lucha programmers out of ideas.
CMLL (SAT) 03/14/2015 Arena Coliseo [CMLL]
1) Último Dragoncito b Pequeño Nitro
Ultimo Dragoncito replaced Angelito, did not get knocked out this time.
2) Akuma b Robin
3) Disturbio b Hombre Bala Jr.
4) Sangre Azteca b Esfinge
5) Tiger b Tritón
6) Dark Angel & Estrellita b Amapola & La Seductora
7) Dragón Rojo Jr., Mistico, Stuka Jr. b Gran Guerrero, Niebla Roja, Último Guerrero
CMLL (SUN) 03/15/2015 Arena México
1) Magnus & Molotov b Akuma & Espiritu Negro
2) Astral, Eléctrico, Shockercito b Demus 3:16, Pequeño Olímpico, Pequeño Universo 2000
Pequeno Violencia was originally announced, but subbed for Pequeno Universo.
3) Dragon Lee, Pegasso, Tritón b Cancerbero, Raziel, Virus
4) Ángel de Oro b Hechicero [lightning]
Angel de Oro won in 9:29.
5) Marco Corleone, Super Porky, Titán b Kráneo, Pierroth, Rey Escorpión
6) La Máscara, Mistico, Volador Jr. DQ Bárbaro Cavernario, Negro Casas, Shocker
Negro Casas fouled Mistico. Mascara did not get along with his partners.
Also a show! They haven’t posted a recap – Alexis Salazar is on vacation and I’m surprised CMLL hasn’t completely fallen apart without him – so maybe there’s some angle that wasn’t reflected on Twitter.
other Rey de Reyes notes
Nothing new about the delay.
The Rey de Reyes poster mentions “2 luchas mas”, but AAA’s never said what those mas matches would be. I had assume they were local dark matches, but there definitely were enough AAA luchadors there and without a match to fill out two matches:
- Ludxor & Venum vs Carta Brava & Apache
- Pimpinela, Mascarita Sagrada, Faby Apache vs Mamba, Mini Abismo Negro, and Taya
Joe Lider was also present. He could fit in with one of those other matches or get involved some other way. 6pm (8pm US Eastern) is still the scheduled start time but, if you’re interested but not going to be around until a little bit later, there’s still a good chance you’ll see the entire announced card.
Perro Aguayo Jr. and Rey Mysterio Jr. showed up late to the in-ring announcement for dramatics and Brian Cage lingered near the back, but they were all there by the end. Everyone on the card appeared in the ring except for Alberto El Patron. If he was healthy, it would’ve made sense for him to walk out and look healthy. If he’s got a leg injury that’s going to be hard to hide while walking, that may be why he didn’t do much walking. It’s a little bit shady.
Stream looked great. It’s going to be in a different building tomorrow, so who knows, but they had it going thru a bad rainstorm so it seems like a good sign. 3D even worked when I tried it briefly (though it didn’t add much to the crowd shots.)
Today’s +LuchaTV caught up with a couple months of apuesta matches and included an interview with Dragon Lee. They also have Silver King & Hijo del Ninja building up their match in Monterrey, and Hijo del Ninja saying he answer critics with his wrestling.
Jonathan Gresham picked up the DTU Alto Impacto championship tonight in Arena Neza
Black Terry Jr. has photos of Saturday’s Arena Lopez Mateos show. That didn’t draw anything special despite Myzteziz being on top.
LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.
Fuego en el Ring had Rafa el Maya as guest.
Super Libre talked to Silueta and previewed Rey de Reyes.
DoradaFan has a music video of 12/30/2014 CMLL.
SuperLuchas looks back at a women’s main event on March 14th, and a super detailed (and a bit analytically creative) recap of a title match on March 15th.
Guardian Puroresu looks back at Dos Caras winning the champ in 1984.
Sombra and the Shadow Driver are getting cards in the KOPW game.