Astro & Meyer beat Ares & Sombra Diabólika
(11:11 [4:21, 3:23, 3:27], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Arkalis, Halcón Suriano Jr., Oro Jr. beat Black Tiger, Espíritu Maligno, Policeman
(15:18 [7:30, 4:52, 2:56], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Fuego, King Jaguar, Pegasso beat Disturbio, El Perverso, Virus
(16:38 [9:38, 2:58, 4:02], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)
La Bestia Del Ring, Templario, Terrible beat Ángel de Oro, Atlantis, Niebla Roja
(9:17 [1:49, 1:56, 5:32], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Ephesto, Mephisto, Volador Jr. beat Cavernario, Dragón Lee, Místico in a relevos increíbles match
(15:16 [3:25, 3:22, 8:29], 1/3, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Volador worked as rudo in the main event, though working may be too strong of a word.
The second fall of the semi-main was supposed to end in a DQ for sure but I have no idea what Bestia Negra disqualified Templario for. Maybe the chinlock he had on for about a second was an illegal choke? Meanwhile, the Ingobernables were lifting up full rows of chairs and throwing them at the Chavez boys. Angel de Oro went out on a stretcher after taking Bestia’s Buca Storm in the third fall, but it didn’t seem any more dangerous than usual.
Astro & Ares had problems with the final pin in the opener. Meyer was annoyed after he got his arm raised. I should keep track of how many people walk away from their match annoyed each week.
The main event was carried by the novelty of Cavernario and Volador being on the wrong side, though they didn’t go too far with it. Volador seems to enjoys being a rudo still a lot more than a técnico, but he was not going anywhere close to full effort. Cavernario got to do some técnico things and argue with Dragon Lee before a double dive bit, but mostly was left on the apron arguing with Tirantes. This was fine but nowhere close to what the ceiling for this sort of match should be.