CMLL Puebla: 2017-08-07 


Recapped: 08/10/2017


Centella Roja & Hijo de Centella Roja beat Guerrero Espacial & Sombra Diabólika
(17:38 [7:27, 6:06, 4:05], 1/3, n/r, via VideosOficialesCMLL)

Black Tiger, Lestat, Robin beat El Malayo, El Perverso, Fuerza Chicana
(14:05 [5:40, 4:43, 3:42], 1/3, n/r, via VideosOficialesCMLL)

La Comandante & Zeuxis beat La Vaquerita & Princesa Sugehit  
(11:28 [7:22, 4:06], 1/2, n/r, via VideosOficialesCMLL)

Blue Panther Jr., Soberano Jr., The Panther  went to a draw against  Kráneo, Morphosis, Olímpico
(14:56 [4:05, 3:15, 7:36], rudos 1/tecnicos 2/DCOR 3, n/r, via VideosOficialesCMLL)

Mephisto © beat Stuka Jr. for the CMLL World Welterweight Championship
(12:10, good, via VideosOficialesCMLL)

  1. Mephisto roll counter cradle (3:25)

  2. Stuka huracanrana roll thru (1:08)

  3. Mephisto super devil’s wings (7:37)

Diamante Azul, Negro Casas, Último Guerrero beat Carístico, Marco Corleone, Mistico in a relevos increíbles match
(11:40 [5:38, 1:29, 4:33], 1/3, n/r, via VideosOficialesCMLL)

What happened: 

Stuka snake style moonsault

Diamante Azul worked rudo, snuck in a foul on Marco Corleone, and grabbed the bottom rope. They’re setting up a title match, but not quite yet.

Tirantes got taken out about five minutes into third fall of the title match. Mephsito immediately lands the Devil’s Wings for the certain three count, but Tirantes doesn’t recover quickly enough to count. Mephisto yells at Tirantes, then turns around into a fireman’s drop from Stuka. Stuka lands the torpedo splash but Mephisto kicks out at two. Stuka’s next move is to set up Mephisto on top, but Mephisto stops Stuka as he climbs up and drops him with a super Devil’s Wings for the win.

The rudas won in straight falls without a problem, setting up a Sugehit/Zeuxis title match for next week.

Psicosis/Ripper said Morphosis would be coming with him to TripleMania, but he’s still appearing in CMLL as usual for now. Everyone was too busy brawling outside after a second set of tecnico dives, causing the third fall countout. It’s the second draw in four weeks on this show.


The title match was a basic title match done well. The fake out ref bump things was clever, but the match itself was them going thru a lot of their normal trios spots and adding nothing much extra or different for a singles match. They’re effective in what they do, but not especially creative outside of playing off that cliched ending. That’s really Mephisto & Stuka’s style, and in was unsurprising how predicable the match turned out to be.