photo by Black Terry Jr.

IWRG (THU) 12/13/2012 Arena Naucalpan [Black Terry Jr. (flickr), Estrellas del Ring, The Gladiatores]
1) Galaxie b Araña de Plata
one fall
2) Dinamic Black & Saruman b Eita & Imposible
Saruman beat Eita, but it was Dinamic Black would challenge Eita to a singles match.
3) Dragoncito De Oro, Mini Rey Cometa, Voladorcito b Bracito De Plata, Mini Policeman, Piratita Morgan Jr.
Dragoncito de Oro is obviously a different mini than Voladorcito now. Dragoncito & Cometa beat Pirata & Policeman at the same time Voladorcito beat Bracito de Plata. Referees decided it should be a tecnico win since Plata was the captain. Rudos rightfully complained.
4) Canis Lupus, Cerebro Negro, Fuerza Guerrera b Black Terry, Centvrión, Dr. Cerebro
Rudos took 1/3. Cerebro Negro defeated Dr. Cerbero with la Cerebina. Fuerza and Terry also feuded.
5) Extreme Tiger, Trauma I, Trauma II b Eterno, Oficial 911, X-Fly
Tecnicos took 1/3, Tiger with a 450 splash on X-Fly. X-Fly claimed Tiger had his feet on the ropes but was ignored.

Today is CMLL’s Sin Piedad, CMLL’s year end show for the sake of having a year end show. Activities on Tuesday suggest the big apuesta match might have been saved for a few weeks down the line, but it leaves this December show with a random tournament as it’s main event. La Sombra and Tama Tonga meet in the Copa Junior final. This is Sombra’s second singles match for a trophy on a Friday in a row, though the name won’t be removed from this trophy.  Tama Tonga has been an invincible Samoan in his CMLL run so far, but Sombra’s been near perfect of late as well. Tonga is currently not scheduled for any matches next week. Which ever way this goes, this might be it for him in Mexico for now, though he’ll be back to defend the tag titles at some point. I tend to believe Sombra will win, but I’ve picked against Tama every single time and I’ve been wrong every single time.

There are good matches on the rest of the show – Mascara Dorada vs Avero in a lightning match is the highlights – but not really much in terms of continuing storylines.

A marketing article on Dr. Pepper’s Hispanic advertising talks about them sponsoring the 2012 Lucha Libre USA tour, and mentions Dr. Pepper Ten will sponsor the 2013 tour. That means they’ll have a tour! (I believe this has been mentioned before, but sponsor money means they can actually pull this off.) Locations announced: San Jose, Las Angeles, Houston, Dallas, Austin, Laredo, San Antonio, Phoenix, Chicago, Las Vegas and either Detroit or Grand Rapids. No dates announced. I will be supporting Pequeno Halloween at the Chicago show.

Mistico is still being promoted as wresting at a show on Saturday in Tulancingo. It seems unlikely Mistico, still not scheduled for a single DF show, will be making his return in Tulancingo.

Bill has highlights from the second half of August in Arena Coliseo Guadalajara.

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