Eterno/Oficial 911, Metalico/Omar

photo by Black Terry Jr.

CMLL (TUE) 09/01/2015 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [CMLL]
1) Exterminador & Maléfico b Magnum & Metatrón
2) Cancerbero, Raziel, Virus b Esfinge, Pegasso, Starman
Rudos took 1/3.
3) Metálico b Omar Brunetti [lightning]
Metalico used the ropes to win. Omar demanded a hair match and Metalico accepted.
4) Ángel de Oro, Stuka Jr., Super Porky b Rey Bucanero, Rey Escorpión, Terrible
Tecnicoss took 2/3
5) Atlantis, Marco Corleone, Valiente DQ Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas, Shocker
Tecnicos took 1/3, the last with Niebla fouling Marco. That sets up a singles match with them next week.

IWRG FILL (WED) 09/02/2015 Arena Naucalpan [The Gladiatores, The Gladiatores]
1) Adrenalina & Vardeus b Centella Orietnal & Chicanito
2) Magnum 44, Power Bull, Vampiro Metálico b Blue Metal, Blue Monsther, Omega
Omega seems to have lost his partner Alfa, which supports the idea Alfa is now Barba Roja Jr.
3) Freyser, Hijo del Alebrije, Super Jack b Acero, Galaxy, Kanon
Freyser and Galaxy feuded.
4) Aeroman, Diablo Jr. I, Eternus b Alas de Acero, Aramis, Atomic Star
Eternus beat Atomic and Aeroman beat Aramis for the win
5) Black Terry, Dragón Fly, Voltar b Apolo Estrada, Oficial AK47, Toxin Boy
Gym FILL defeats Gym Zeus, with Apolo Estrada replaced Pikachu. Toxin Boy fought Black Terry a lot and got credit for the effort.
6) Oficial 911 b Eterno
one fall main event, bloody brawl. 911 won with a Gory Special. Post match challenges included hair versus hair and loser leaves Arena Naucalpan.

This follows the Super Nova/Golden Magic challenge for mask matches; both would be big matches in the world of IWRG if they actually occur.

In an interview from Monday, La Mascara says he’s excited to be part of the Anniversary show. A couple of days later, he’s not on the card. I’m assuming most people didn’t know if they were or were not on the show until yesterday. Mascara says the Ingobernables should not trust Dr. Wagner and he shouldn’t be considered a member.

Prior to the card announcement, Apolo Valdes was critical of how little build Sombra/Atlantis had but acknowledged it’s picked up steam since being announced.

This week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletters mentions AAA will not be doing another US/Canada PPV. I’m more surprised they were still trying; given the reaction to the last show, and the lack of any blow away show soon, it’s only the hardcore people who are going to watch and those people are likely to go with the iPPV. Heroes Inmortales will be better than TripleMania, because it only can be, but that’s a build up show to Guerra de Titanes and they need to wait until they have an event that’ll stand on it’s own.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news updatethoughts on the Anniversary show, and a review of the ChilangaMask show.

RobViper has a music video of Dos Leyendas 2015 and was on this week’s WasimCast talking about who knows what.

SuperLuchas looks back at the last Hulk Hogan versus Canek match.

Tirantes isn’t all bad; Rey Apocalipsis credits him with helping him get into Arena Puebla. Rey Apocalispis’s uncle was Apocalipsis I and his father was Apocalipsis II, so he started out as Kid Apocalipsis with the plan to just drop the kid. He noticed there were many Apocalipsis already, including the one in CMLL, so he decided it would be a better idea to add the Rey.

Dark Angel talks about her first day in Arena Mexico.

Mesias says he’s against Fenix and all the young luchadors.

Dr. Cerbero says he was going to have knee surgery and retire until he discovered osteopathy, and now he helps others.

Dark Fire talks about his debut in Arena Coliseo Guadalajara, says the whole experience went great and he and Payaso Infernal were told they’d be brought back.

Rey Horus vs Dralion was announced for the 10/03 debut show for Riot Wrestling Alliance in Monterrey.

Ciudad Juarez’s X-Tasis talks about finishing third in the luchador bodybuilding contest. He mentions there were two people from CMLL in his weight division; they were apparently eliminated before the final day.

Polvora promo for the 09/16 CaraLucha

There was a big turnout for Tartu el Brujo’s funeral.

Lineups

CMLL (TUE) 09/08/2015 Arena México
1) Bengala & Leono vs Apocalipsis & El Rebelde
2) Pegasso, Starman, Stigma vs Canelo Casas, Nitro, Raziel
3) Astral © vs Mercurio [CMLL MINI]
fourth defense
4) Delta, Esfinge, Guerrero Maya Jr. vs Kamaitachi, Okumura, Puma
5) Fuego, The Panther, Tritón vs Cavernario, Rey Bucanero, Vangellys
6) Dragon Lee, Máximo, Valiente vs Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto

Mercurio hasn’t beaten Astral – the tecnicos won in straight falls on Tuesday – so this title match makes no sense. It’s like whoever makes up the lineups wrote them out a month in advance, went on vacation, and everyone changed the finishes without checking to see if they make any sense.Match should be good anyway, as should a few other ones.

It’s a bit stunning how old the top half of the rudo side is on this show (and it’ll be older once Kamaitachi goes back home.)

SANCHEZ (WED) 09/16/2015 Arena Neza
1) Aero Power, Destello, Joven Maravilla vs Artikus, Gio Malkriado, Perro Negro Jr.
2) Brayan, Rey Neza, Soldado Del Futuro vs Motocross, Puma, Taquero Maldito
3) Arez, Belial, Impulso vs Jinzo, Neza Kid, Rocky Lobo
4) Hijo De Dos Caras & Súper Nova vs Argos & Oriental
5) Damián 666, Halloween, X-Fly vs Crazy Boy, One Man Kru, Pesadilla
6) Myzteziz © vs Averno [WWA MIDDLE]
Myzteziz listed as champion, no known date when he won the belt.

Myzteziz never held this championship – ironically, this was the belt Mistico de Juarez held during the short lived Juarez TV show – but maybe he found the belt at a market in Tepito? Mistico won this belt in 2008, ‘vacated’ it when he went to WWE and then maybe it’s been sitting in a closet for years.