CMLL on 2015-12-11 

had same reaction to this show

Recapped: 12/11/2015

What happened: Kamaitachi fouled Maximo and challenged him to a hair match, and Maximo accepted for next week. That seems like it’s actually happening. Less certain is a Negro Casas/Super Parka hair match; challenges were made after their own DQ finish, but Parka wanted it tonight while Casas accepted for next week.

The promo for next week revealed Caristico would make his full CMLL return on next Friday night’s show.

Thunder was missing from the main event, three Fridays out form his mask match. No explanation was given.

What was good:  Nothing. Not a think. This was the deadest show full of bad matches in some time. I’m sorry I gave out the link.

Where can I watch it: Don’t! Don’t do this. It’ll be up on my channel but really don’t. Read More

2015 watch later catch up, part 8 of ∞


Matches reviewed in this post

  • Black Terry, Negro Navarro, Solar I vs Avisman, Jeque, Judas el Traidor, Coliseo Coacalco, Coacalco, Estado de México, 06/21/2015 

  • Pegazuz, Rayo Star, Sky Man vs Magnífico I, Magnífico II, Templario, Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 07/25/2015 

  • Hombre Bala Jr. vs Leo, Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 07/25/2015 

  • Hijo del Pantera, Pantera, Súper Nova vs Black Terry, Relámpago, Suicida, Arena Naucalpan, 09/13/2015 

  • Oficial AK47 vs Eterno , hair vs hair, Arena Naucalpan, 09/13/2015 

  • Imposible © vs Hijo del Pantera for the IWRG Intercontinental Lightweight Championship, Arena Naucalpan, 10/11/2015

The first three are from Black Terry Jr.’s handheld videos. You can find his full list of matches here and find out information about purchasing those videos on his site.

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Guadalajara results, Friday night preview

photo by CMLL

CMLL (TUE) 12/08/2015 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [CMLL]
1) Neutrón & Vaquero Jr. b Mercenario & Ráfaga
2) Maléfico, Metálico, Súper Comando b Magnum, Oro Jr., Súper Halcón Jr.
3) Blue Panther Jr., Esfinge, The Panther DQ Cancerbero, Raziel, Virus
Esfinge replaced Pegasso on Thursday. Esfinge was trying to beat Virus with his Nudo Egipcio, btu Raziel ripped off his mask first for the DQ.
4) Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto © b Ángel de Oro, Blue Panther, Stuka Jr. [MEX TRIOS]
2nd defense. Hijos del Infienro took 2/3, the last with Mephisto beating Blue Panther. Money thrown in.
5) Mr. Niebla, Shocker, Último Guerrero b La Máscara, Marco Corleone, Rush
Ultimo Guerrero snuck in a foul on Marco for the win.

CMLL’s Friday night show is main evented is Shocker, Terrible, Ultimo Guerrero versus Thunder, Kraneo, and Ripper, three Fridays out from the Thunder/Ultimo Guerrero mask versus hair match. They’re playing up Ultimo Guerrero’s injury, saying he hasn’t fully recovered and won’t be full strength against Thunder.

The semimain follows up on last week’s title match with Mistico, Rush, and Maximo versus Kamaitachi, Euforia and Ephesto, with the storyline of Kamaitachi blaming Maximo for costing him the Super Lightweight championship by pointing out Dragon Lee’s feet on the ropes. Kamaitachi went as far as challenging Maximo hair versus hair. That’d be a fun match, but one that doesn’t seem likely to happen. There’s no spot for the match to take place any time soon with Christmas and New Year’s Day already full. I’d similarly love to see Super Comando/The Panther both escape the cage and end up doing a direct match on a Three Kings Day show, but it’s unlikely CMLL is going to run three apuesta matches in about two weeks. Tonight’s match should be fun anyway.

The rest of the card has Negro Casas and Super Parka in a lightning match (which should still spill in to something more on one of the two big shows; more likely 01/01), a minis match and a Super Porky appearance. The only person in the Christmas Day cage match on this show is Blue Panther Junior. I’d expect all 12 guys to be on next week’s card – a cibernetico would make sense.

The show will air at 8:30 pm CT on It remains not region blocked, and the countdown timer is already up.

CMLL’s also got an article hyping Caristico & Rush teaming for the first time on Sunday. CMLL’s press department, at least, is treating those shows as if they’re CMLL run with slightly different names. There’s also an interview with Mascara Dorada. He’s been watching CMLL on the internet to keep up on things and says he’s not targeting a specific person on his return, but unnamed people who think are living on a cloud and thinking they own the world.

Rey Horuz & Caristico beat Sharlie Manson & Cibernetico in Arena Queretaro. Attendance looks pretty good here, around 70% full.

Hanaoka lost his hair to Caballero Ninja Jr. in Xalapa.

Black Terry Jr. takes a trip to the MODO lucha libre exhibit

RobViper has highlights of 06/14/2015 Verano de Escandalo.

LuchaWorld has a recap of CMLL Informa and Wednesday’s press conference.

Segunda Caida reviews La Sombra vs Felino.

Video of Dory Funk Jr., Great Kaubki, Masakatsu Funaki, Mil Mascaras vs Cima, Kaz Hayashi, Nosawa, and Fujiwara. (If Veoh asks you to log in, ignore it and wait a few seconds.)


DTU (FRI) 12/25/2015 Arena Xalapa, Xalapa, Veracruz
1) Erwin, Irving, Vengadorcito Radiactivo vs El Measizito, El Porrito, Pequeño Leigro
2) ?, Aero Power, Kronos vs ??, Aleluya, Lobo Kid
3) Drastik Boy vs Lanzeloth, Rocky Lobo, Lokillo, Flyer Boy
4) Chica Ye-Ye, Chico Che, Crazy Boy, Perro Mocho Jr. vs ?, Ángel del Misterio, Black Baby, El Exótico
5) Ángel o Demonio & Ovett vs Corsario Negro Jr. & Drako and El Chato & Nene
6) Cíclope vs Joe Lider vs Miedo Extremo

DTU’s contribution to the Christmas Day shows.