IWRG (WED) 04/02/2014 Arena Naucalpan [Black Terry Jr. (Flickr), IWRG]
1) Seiya b Fulgor II
2) Atomic Star & Electro Boy b Hip Hop Man & Látigo
3) Centvrión, Emperador Azteca, Metaleon b Hijo De La Bestia, Rayan, Spartan
Dragon Celestial replaced Emperador Azteca, who appeared with a cast around his elbow.
4) Freyser, Oficial 911, Oficial AK47 DQ Chico Che, Golden Magic, Máscara Púrpura
Golden Magic replaced Nino Hamburugesa. Rudos took 1/3, the last when both Golden Magic and 911 faked fouls and the referee ruled it for the rudos.
5) Eterno, Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan b Canis Lupus, Trauma I, Trauma II
No Tony Casanova or Damian, said to be due to plane problems. Hijo del Pirata and Pirata Jr. teamed with Eterno, and they took 1/3.
I hope Nino Hamburguesa was just double booked, because he really shouldn’t be missing shows. Rather see Golden Magic anyway.
05/16: Arena Queretaro
05/17: Salamanca, Guanajuato
05/18: Arena Roberto Paz, Guadalajara
05/20: Arena Aficon
05/25: Mexico City
Sin Cara’s debut match in Arena Coliseo Monterrey on 05/04 now has a main event of Sin Cara, Cibernetico, and Argenis versus Psycho Circus. No more Averno (or Perro Jr.)
The original Pierroth was at Arena Mexico Tuesday, leading to a bit where Pierrothito vowed to not lose his Pierroth mask on Friday. It’s been unclear what the relationship has been between CMLL & Pierroth since the start of Comandante Pierroth (who hasn’t been around in a little while.) Hopefully that was some way of paying the original Pierroth (who’s never completely recovered from his his stroke) by leasing out the name, but I’d also kind of hope they’d pay him even if they didn’t use the name.
CMLL also has a short piece on Arena Coliseo Anniversary show.
A report from the Villanos first Hall of Fame induction, where two dozen people got in at once.
LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.
Rob has highlights of 01/24/14 CMLL.
Blue Demon Jr. is unhappy Adidas used a Rey Misterio mask to influence the Mexican National Team’s jersey, since Rey Jr. is from San Diego and not Mexican enough (according to Demon.) Demon thinks they should’ve used someone like Blue Demon.
Cavernario talks about his recent successes; he actually started in Arena Roberto Paz and has another brother named Indio.
Short bio of El Cholo of Coahuila. There’s at least four active “Cholo”s in Mexico.
Aerostar hypes the DF opener, has not forget he’s meant to be feuding with Super Fly.
Video interview with Drago.