Apocalipsis & Espíritu Negro beat Bengala & Sonic
(11:21 [3:56, 2:29, 4:56], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Átomo, El Gallito, Microman beat Chamuel, El Guapito, Perico Zakarías
(13:50 [6:42, 1:51, 5:17], 2/3, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Cancerbero, Raziel, Tiger beat Drone, Pegasso, Star Jr.
(14:04 [7:05, 2:42, 4:17], 2/3, good, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Ephesto, Felino, Luciferno beat Black Panther, Blue Panther, Blue Panther Jr.
(8:22 [2:56, 3:11, 2:15], 2/3, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón beat Atlantis, Soberano Jr., Stuka Jr.
(12:38 [5:32, 3:20, 3:46], 1/3, ok, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Carístico beat Último Guerrero
(10:45, 1/3, good, VideosOficialesCMLL
Carístico Torito (2:31)
Último Guerrero Guerrero Special (1:45)
La Mistica (6:29)
Nothing really. Caristico beat UG on Kid’s Day and that’s it.
The main event fit the rest of the show, a simple match – with less near endings than a Friday version – that worked well with the more casual Kid’s Day Crowd. Both these guys know how to get over with that sort of crowd. It’s not something must see to watch later but wasn’t meant to be.
The overall semi-main wasn’t as good as even the names might indicate. Stuka and Atlantis didn’t mesh well with NGD in this match. Atlantis was just as limited as always, but Stuka and NGD seemed to be on different pages on sequences that ended with people looking at each other. Parts of this would’ve got booed on many Fridays. Soberano was really good, the third fall was heavy with Soberano doing things, so it is the one fall that saved this for me.
Standard Panther stuff out of their match, the Hijo del Infiernos happened to be the opposition for their topes and submissions. This was kept simple by Panther standards, which worked for the Kid’s Day crowd. The first fall ending, with Luciferno rushing in to break up Blue Panther Jr.’s finishing hold, then freezing two feet away because Blue Panther Sr. had gotten in the wrong but just stood there instead of breaking it up, was a bit embarrassing. Luciferno sprinted across the ring at the end of the second ring to make sure he’d have someone to hit.
The tercera was a solid professional match in front of a crowd that was willing to cheer it. Nothing you haven’t seen prior but solid. Raziel & Cancerbero were really effective because they were actually trying.
I hope it’s not a situation where the bloom is off the rose of the micros entirely and they’re just either having a bad spell or not caring on Tuesday mode, because this was another one that wasn’t much special. The big Microman headscissors off the electronic sign was the highlight, but there was much that wasn’t good – including the header in the finish – and a lot that was just boring. The best parts of these matches have been Microman and Chamuel working together. They just didn’t work together much (and had a bad headscissors when they did.) Mije played the comedy better than Guapito did here.