Lestat, Rey Samuray, Tigre Rojo Jr. beat Fuerza Chicana, Perverso, Policeman
(16:06 [7:08, 5:14, 3:44], 1/3, ok, via VideosOficialesCMLL)
La Comandante, Reyna Isis, Tiffany beat La Vaquerita, Lady Maravilla, Sanely
(13:39 [5:59, 4:08, 3:32], 2/3, n/r, via VideosOficialesCMLL)
El Malayo, Olímpico, Virus beat Drone, Johnny Idol, Stigma
(14:56 [7:12, 2:44, 5:00], 1/3, ok, via VideosOficialesCMLL)
Negro Casas beat Volador Jr. in a lightning match
(6:19, casita, good, via VideosOficialesCMLL)
Kráneo, Rey Bucanero, Terrible beat Mistico, Niebla Roja, Valiente
(10:34 [2:10, 2:38, 5:46], 1/3, ok, via VideosOficialesCMLL)
Negro Casas beating Volador set up a title match the following week.
The main was nothing much. A highlight of the first fall was Kraneo covering Valiente for about 10 seconds before Tirantes could be bothered to count. Kraneo inviting himself to Niebla Roja’s pose off at least made Niebla Roja interesting. Roja did more in the Sunday match and that wasn’t a lot. Mistico and Valiente weren’t much in, the rudos bumbled a bit, but this really wasn’t much by main event standards.
In CMLL, you really only can get your finisher once. Negro Casas plays by slightly different rules: you can really only escape the casita once, but he’s going to beat you with it gets another chance. The lightning match was not very long and didn’t have a lot big moves, but it was well worked while it lasted. It’s fun to see Negro Casas in this way, but it’s nothing huge.
Not much to stay about the tercera. The finish of the first fall was built around Drone’s finishing move taking way too long and Johnny Idol not being good, so points for accuracy. Drone using the over the top ramp splash was good. Malayo didn’t stick out in his big opportunity.
The opener went very long, enough for the técnicos to try to have big moments but not enough for them to actually pull them off. Perverso is now looking the best of this rudo batch. Samuray’s springboard fail was sad. The triple finish was a neat idea.