2015 watch later catch up, part 7 of ∞

The matches reviewed in this post are

  • Rich Swann vs Flamita, Deportivo Benito Juárez, Gustavo A. Madero, Distrito Federal, 06/21/2015 

  • Caifan vs Virus, Coliseo Coacalco, Coacalco, Estado de México, 06/21/2015 

  • Flamita vs Wasson, Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 07/11/2015 

  • Felino vs Guerrero Mixtico, Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 07/11/2015 

  • Ophidian & Silver Ant vs Saru & Teelo vs Emperador Azteca & Psico Kid in a tournament semifinal match, Coliseo Coacalco, Coacalco, Estado de México, 07/19/2015 

  • Emperador Azteca, Metaleón, Mr. Leo vs Diablo Jr. I, Hip Hop Man, Imposible, Arena Naucalpan, 09/06/2015 

All matches but the last are from Black Terry Jr.’s handheld video. You can find his full list of matches here and find out information about purchasing those videos on his site. Read More

Pantera versus Imposible, Puebla preview

photo by Black Terry Jr.

IWRG (SUN) 12/06/2015 Arena Naucalpan [+LuchaTV, Black Terry Jr. (Flickr), The Gladiatores]
1) Fireman & Rocket b Ángel De La Muerte I & Ángel De La Muerte Ii
2) Omega & Rafy b Adrenalina & Hip Hop Man
Rafy replaced Mr. Leo.
3) Pantera I b Imposible
Pantera I won in straight falls, wants a title match.
4) Danny Casas, Diva Salvaje, Súper Nova b Canis Lupus, Negro Navarro, Relámpago
5) Black Terry & Dr. Cerebro b Apolo Estrada Jr. & Eterno
Rudos jumped the tecnicos and turned into a crazy brawl, but Terry & Cerbero snuck out a first fall win and took fall two as well for the straight fall win. Hair match challenges followed.
6) Máscara Año 2000 Jr., Trauma I, Trauma II b Hijo De Dos Caras, Toscano, Veneno
Traumas made it here from working the Elite show, and got the win on this show.

A Pantera I versus Imposible title match is the weirdest possible Pantera/Imposible match they could be doing. The lightweight has been used as the trainee championship, so it’s even strange Pantera would be challenge for it. There’s no way Imposible should be losing unless he’s finally got into CMLL.

Arena Puebla’s main event tonight is Atlantis, Valiente, Volador Jr. versus Ultimo Guerrero, Ripper and Kraneo, which seemed to be setting up another Atlantis/Ultimo Guerrero singles match. The semimain itself is a singles match, Marco versus Shocker. Marco is undefeated in singles matches this year (3-0); the last thing to defeat him in a title match was the top rope in his match with Terrible last year. This is Shocker’s third singles match in Arena Puebla this year: he beat Maximo but lost to Sombra. Segunda features rivals King Jaguar & Lestat teaming up against Disturbio and Policeman. Show will start 9pm Central time.

Segunda Caida reviews Charly Manson vs Negro Casas. I didn’t put it until looking at that post, but the subtitle of that show from a few years ago – “Entre el Cielo y el Infierno” – was the same subtitle Elite was advertising all week.

Tinieblas Jr. took Scorpio’s hair in Arena Coliseo Monterrey. Looks like a really good turnout; the upper level was significantly populated, and it’s rare to see people up there at all.

I’m Facebook dumb so maybe everyone else knows this already, but there’s a good Tijuana history page at Arena Tijuana; they’ve got videos on their YouTube channel too.

Blue Demon Jr. talks about life.

AAA on Televisa: 2015-11-07


Recapped: 11/27/2015

What happened:  Pentagon beat Jack Evans to set up a tag title rematch. Mamba attacked Pimpinela Escarlata to continue their never ending feud.

This turns out to be Cibernetico’s last TV appearance. He jumps to All Elite soon after this airs.

What was good:  I liked the opener the best. The other matches were not bad, and it was an overall fine show.

Where can I watch it:  It’s on my channel and now on AAA’s channel Read More