CMLL (SUN) 02/25 Arena Coliseo [ovacopmes]
1) Polvora & Vaquero b Molotov & Sombra de Plata
2) Caligula, Hooligan, Messala b Danger, Starman, Stuka Jr.
3) Leono, Sagrado, Virus DQ Arkangel, Mogur, Nitro
4) Alex Koslov, Heavy Metal, Rey Bucanero b Damian 666, Halloween, Mr. Aguila
5) Black Warrior, Olimpico, Ultimo Guerrero b Dos Caras Jr., Dr. Wagner Jr., Lizmark Jr.
Leono faked a foul from Mogur to draw the DQ. Ultimo got Wagner clean in the main event.
indy (SUN) 02/25 Arena Solidaridad [lemejordelucha]
1) Aguila, Hunter Jr., Norteno Jr. b Mini Gato Volador, Mini Venum, Mni Hator
2) Dranzer, Eclipse (Monterrey), Escrabod b Black Soul, Coco Rayaho, Mitsunori
3) Diluvio Negro I, Eros 69, Monje Negro b Apolo Estrada, Diluvio Negro I, Estrella Dorada Jr.
4) Diluvio Negro II b Silver King [UWA JLH]
5) Gato Volador b Vaquero Romo [hair]
6) Atlantis, Blue Demon Jr., Marco Corleone b La Park, Negro Casas, Shocker
Cerebro Negro won the IWRG Welterweight Championship in the main event relevos incredible on Sunday, which is incredible because he wasn’t supposed to be in this match. So he won a hair and a title in a week.
Jesus Perez Rodriguez, a lucha and boxing promoter in Aguascalientes for the last 65 years, passed away on 02/23. He was 91. (El Sol Del Centro)
Mundo De Hoy articles about VIP:
- mask match announcement, promoters explain they want to work with everyone and just happen to not have CMLL guys this time. They also explain how they’re much better wrestling than WWE.
- Super Muneco vows to retire if he loses his mask. That ain’t happening. Super Muneco explains how the feud started in AAA – Coco Rojo won the first 175 matches, and then Super Muneco won one.
- Coco Rojo does not make that same vow. He’s (saying he’s) 39 and figures he could wrestler to 45 or 50. Coco Rojo sets this up as a battle between the 90s (him) vs the 80s (Muneco), which I don’t know is a good thing for ’07.
Both the participants were asked about the WWE; there seems to be an idea that they’re in competition with those WWE shows despite being two weeks before them.
El Salvador.com has a story about the small lucha scene in San Salvador – basically, one arena with weekly shows. There’s another article briefly discussing the history of lucha libre in San Salvador, talking a lot about local wrestler Rayman – he’s either Max Linares or suspiciously claims the same background as the original Rayo de Jalisco.
Univision is settling a fine with FCC over not broadcasting the required amount of children’s programming for a stretch (they put kids in a telenovela instead). Taking care of this fine will allow the Univision sale to be completed, so it’s another domino falling.