Tonight’s show starts at 8:30 pm Central Standard Time local (9:30 pm Central Daylight Time elsewhere.) I’ll have results here and on Twitter, and we’ll be talking about it in the chat below.
Other places for live info
- There is no live video broadcast
- RadioCMLL has audio commentary live from Arena Mexico. Their stream frequently breaks down during the show, wait and reload the page if it’s no longer working.
- CMLL’s Twitter account will have updates on the show.
- Yahoo! Deportes’ usual photos are going up here.
CMLL has changed their entrance set, looking a bit like the new Puebla entrance.
Best crowd estimate we have right now is 10-11,000. That seems like a success given the lineup.
The women’s apuesta match and the tournament final will air on Televisa/Galavision.
The Rayo/Universo trios and the Stuka/Cometa vs Namajague/Okumura match will air on Fox Sports.
CMLL (FRI) 03/15/2013 Arena Mexico
***Dos Leyendas 2013: Salvador Lutteroth & Rayo de Jalisco***
1) Felino, Puma, Tiger b Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr., Tritón
Rudos took falls 2/3, via Tiger backracer and Puma powerbomb
2) Averno, Ephesto, Mephisto b La Máscara, Máscara Dorada, Valiente
Rudos take falls 1/3, Averno getting the pin for his win. Mascara Dorada was using his old music.
3) Estrellita b Amapola [hair]
Seconds were La Mascara (for Estrellita – Puma storyline dropped or ignored since Puma’s a rudo) and Ephesto (for Amapola.) Estrellita took the first with a casita, Amapola won a quick second, and Estrllita took the long third fall with an arm submission. Crowd favored Amapola.
Rayo de Jalisco Senior was honored. Standing ovation.
4) Rayo de Jalisco Jr., Rush, Shocker DQ Mr. Niebla, Terrible, Universo 2000
Rayo and Universo returns as part of the celebration for Rayo Sr. Atlantis, Rayo Jr. and Mascara Dorada took part in that ceremony before the match. Rush was introduced separately (after Rayo Sr. had left), and the rudos ran in thru the crowd to attack. Rudos took the first, lost in the second when Universo screwed up and Rayo took advantage, and Universo fouled Rayo in the third for the DQ.
5) La Sombra & Volador Jr. b Atlantis & Último Guerrero [natl pi, final]Sombra & Volador took the first, Atlantis & Ultimo Guerrero the second with a double Atlantida, and Ultimo & Atlantis had problems in the third leading to the young guys winning. Atlantis challenged UG to a no-ref singles match next week.
6) Rey Cometa & Stuka Jr. b Namajague & Shigeo Okumura [mask, hair]
Stuka & Namajague put up their masks, Cometa & Okumura put up their hair. Namajague & Okumura won the first, Stuka & Cometa took the second. Stuka beat Okumura, Namajague beat Stuka and Cometa beat Namajague for the win. Namajague was unmasked as Kyōsuke Mikami, 29, 3 years a wrestler, from Japan.
Thanks for stopping by. Regular post will be up later today, and live coverage will be back on Sunday for Rey de Reyes.