Volador defeats Bucanero, Leyenda de Plata, double hair match

CMLL (WED) 01/01/2014 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [@acogdl]
1) Évola & Sádico b El Divino & Metatrón
Rudos took 2/3. Divino was hurt in the third fall.
2) Dark Angel, Goya Kong, Silueta b Amapola, Princesa Sugheit, Zeuxis
Tecnicas took 1/3.
3) Acertijo, Arkángel de la Muerte, Disturbio b Javier Cruz Jr., Leo, Tritón
Rudos took 1/3, Disturbio using the ropes to pin Leo while Acertijo fouled Xavier Cruz Jr. to beat him.
4) Averno, Pólvora, Terrible b Blue Panther, Super Porky, Titán
Rudos took 1/3, only losing the second when Averno pulled of Titan’s mask. Averno pinned Titan in the third, then said he’d win the title next week.
5) Volador Jr. b Rey Bucanero
Volador took 1/3, the last with the backcracker/frontcrakcer combo

Twitter announced Averno/Titan as happening next Tuesday, but it appears it’s still next Sunday. I think everyone is just thrown off whenever CMLL builds to a show on a different day of the week because it’s so uncommon for them. It probably shouldn’t be.

Tonight’s Arena Mexico show is main evented by Negro Casas versus Titan in the block final of the Leyenda de Plata. I’m 90% sure CMLL is doing a Volador versus winner match next week; Volador did an interview about that for the Tactics of War pregame show yesterday, and the CMLL Gaceta preview also mentions it is happening. Tecnico Volador facing the winner means rudo Negro Casas is the favorite tonight, but Titan’s made a career of winning when patterns suggested he would not. There’s no other ongoing issues tonight. Volador will be on hand as part of the semimain, teaming with Dorada & Valiente versus Averno, Mephisto and the returning Ultimo Guerrero. The Terra portion of the card does not look strong, with the familiar tercera of Stuka, Fuego and Guerrero Maya Jr. versus Bobby Zavala, Okumura and Virus the most likely to turn out a good match. The Terra broadcast again will start around 8pm Central Time with the Ras de Lona-replacement interview show, and the matches will start a half hour later.

I’m guessing there’s also a CMLL press conference next week. It’s been a while since they’ve had one, and they usually take place when there’s a lot of news. CMLL has the Leyenda de Plata final, FantasticaMania and apparently a Generacion 2014 to discuss. Dragon Lee, Cachorro, and Black Panther have already debuted. The Star Jr. and Rebelde seen in Puebla also turn up in Guadalajara, so they’re part of the main roster. (Hooligan’s son was using Ultimo Rebelde in la Laguna, so he’s a good bet to be Rebelde.) There’s also a Hechicero debuting in Guadalajara on Tuesday. There’s a Hechicero in Cuernavaca who wrestles in the same groups Canelo Casas had been wrestling in, and there was a Hechicero in CMLL for one match in 2008 and was never seen again.

A few days ago, I mentioned on Twitter I had received a copyright strike violation from YouTube. The luchablog YouTube account can’t be posted to for the next six months because Terra filed copyright claims on six of their videos. Those videos have been automatically deleted from YouTube, and I can’t upload anything more than 15 minutes to that channel. I’m still planning on posting videos going forward and I’m still deciding on how to best deal with it.  I’ve basically decided I’d rather to continue to be on YouTube and will just deal with the extra hassle of uploading videos in two different locations. The Terra videos will move back to the old Daily Motion account (thecubsfan). All the other videos will return to the youtube.com/thecubsfan channel, which recently regained permission to post long videos again. If anyone has a better solution, let me know.

Fantasma del Espacio lost his mask to Eslabon Perdido in Arena Xalapa on 12/29. His name is Giovani Fisher Landa, 5 years a luchador.

Euforia & Ultimo Guerrero are listed on Sunday in Arena Mexico. They’re also listed on Sunday in Arena Coliseo Corona in Gomez Palacio. That’s going to take a transporter.

Porra Fresa reveals Dalys was the luchadora who had the most appearances in Arena Puebla and Kraneo was the most often Invasor. They list Solar, Black Terry and Negro Navarro under the Invasors. That would sure make for a more interesting Invasors vs Volador feud if CMLL did the same.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.

SuperLuchas rates Sombra vs Volador Jr. as one of the best matches of 2014

Yago, son of Coco Blanco, talks about his recently deceased father.

DJ Spectro looks back at the start of Los Misionerio de la Muerte.

Lineups

 

CMLL (TUE) 01/07/2014 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Esfinge & Metatrón vs Espectrum & Ráfaga
2) Dragon Lee, Star Jr., Starman vs Hechicero, Hooligan, Rebelde
3) Gallo, Smaker, Tritón vs Boby Zavala, Misterioso Jr., Shigeo Okumura
4) Javier Cruz Jr. & Leo vs Acertijo & Disturbio [hair]
5) Atlantis, La Máscara, Máximo vs Felino, Mr. Niebla, Último Guerrero

The hair match seems like it came out of nowhere (but Distubrio did miss a show that probably was supposed to build to this.) Disturbio and Zavala have taken very different paths since this time last year.

If we guess that Rebelde is teaming with his father, perhaps Star Jr. is doing the same?

01/03-05 lucha times

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== AAA ==

AAA-Televisa: Recap of TripleMania

== CMLL ==

FOX: Leyenda de Plata Block B. Moved to 11am this week with reruns on Sunday.

52MX: Marcela vs Sugehit should air, may not.

C3: Mephisto vs Atlantis, Copa Junior. Perhaps all of the matches since there were only five?

TVC Deportes (Puebla): La Mascara, Valiente, Volador vs Kraneo, Morphosis, Agila

Lucha Azteca: Volador Jr. vs Reapper and the Leyenda de Plata

Terra Friday: Maximo, Shocker, Super Porky vs TRT

Terra Sunday: Pequeno Reyes del Aire.

== Other ==

IWRG-AYM Sports: guessing Wednesday’s show with Vampiro, but really don’t know.

Noches de Coliseo: guessing Sunday’s show with Texano/Psycho, but really don’t know.

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AAA on UTDN: 2013-12-12

 

Mamba is loca

recap

taped 2013-11-22 @ Plaza de Toros San Marcos, Aguascalientes, Aguascalientes
Faby Apache, Pasion Kristal, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Mamba, Taya Valkyrie, Yuriko: Really short match by AAA standards, and they decided to cut everything but the highspots. I think it was edited down even more from what it started out being, but it made it feel like not a lot more than the big spots. Yuriko goes out a winner (which may be why he decided this was the time to go.) Taya did not have a good day. Mamba is crazy.

 

worst giant swing

Monsther Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Dark Cuervo, Dark Scoria, Dark Spíritu: continued build to a Hijo del Tirantes/Psycho Clown match (which appears to be happening never.) Secta seemed like the brains were already in Japan – they’ve had better matches than this. I’m surprised Dorian Roldan still can book matches.

 

There is only 1 Jack Evans.

Angélico, Fénix, Jack Evans vs Hijo del Fantasma, Silver King, Texano Jr.: Not as smooth for the técnicos have been in other matches, especially early – the técnicos had a lot of ideas but the rudos weren’t really used to working with hem. It’s a switch from the Psycho Circus. No real mention of Fantasma dropping Fenix on his head back at Heroes Inmoratles. Guess it wasn’t important. Finish went too moves too long – they probably should called it a day after the piledriver, but had to get in more spots.

Cibernético, el Hijo del Perro Aguayo, La Parka vs Daga, Parka Negra, Psicosis: a really dragged out angle of a match. Everyone was kind of fooling around until the angle started, and then it was really more about the ‘breakup’ than anything. Konnan possibly turning face seemed to be lost in the shuffle of many things going on. That and Zorro never actually doing anything in his run in makes more sense after the fact. Tough to get a read on Parka Negra because he didn’t have a lot to do outside of a martinete here.

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CMLL on Fox Sports (Mexico): 2013-12-07

 

tope con giro to the wrong side of town

recap

taped 2013-11-29 @ Arena Mexico
Atlantis, Diamante Azul, Shocker vs Euforia, Tama Tonga, Último Guerrero: A by the numbers to continue a by the numbers feud. Crowd did boo strongly after UG beat Atlantis with Atlantis’ own move, but otherwise weren’t into this feud. The mask match actually needs to be a while away, because they’ve got do something to heat it back up at this point. Everything else was competent if unmemorable.

 

Mr. Aguila

Mr. Águila vs Psyco Ripper, Volador Jr., Mistico, Valiente, Máscara Dorada, Kráneo, La Máscara, Blue Panther, Morphosis in a cibernetico match: an Estatas del Aire trios for the first half (and not a good one), and then Volador overcoming the odds for unclear reasons. Announcers did their best to downplay the turn and re-frame it as the rudos being forced to fight each other. It was not accidental editing mistake, it’s a plan. Aguila is in the bottom five of luchadors in CMLL on some nights. This was one of those nights. There are better cibernetico and probably will be better ciberneticos in a couple weeks.

Kraneo impervious to topes!

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Halcon wins Copa Junior, Mephisto keeps his title, IWRG, WWL

photo by Alexis Salazar

CMLL (WED) 01/01/2014 Arena Mexico [CMLL]
1) Mercurio & Pequeño Olímpico b Acero & Aéreo
2) Puma, Raziel, Sangre Azteca b Pegasso, Sagrado, Sensei
Rudos took 1/3, despite being DQed in the second for excessive violence
3) Súper Halcón Jr. b Hombre Bala Jr., Dragon Lee, Oro Jr., Stigma, Robin, Guerrero Negro Jr., Canelo Casas, Black Panther, Hijo del Signo, Cachorro, Herodes Jr. [Copa Jr.]
Elimination order went Robin (Hijo del Signo), Herodes (Dragon Lee), Dragon Lee (Cachorro), Hijo del Signo (Super Halcon), Oro (Guerrero Negro), Black Panther (Stigma), Stigma (Canelo Casas), Cachorro (Super Halcon), Hombre Bala (Guerrero Negro), Guerrero Negro (Super Halcon), Canelo Casas (Super Halcon).
4) Felino, Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas b La Máscara, Máximo, Valiente
Peste Negra took 1/3.
5) Mephisto b Atlantis [MEX LH]
Mephisto came in as champion and took 2/3 to keep the title, the last with a Super Devil’s Wings. Seconds were Sangre Azteca & Valiente. Third defense.

In a world where legends routinely book/demand finishes with a dozen different outs to protect themselves, Atlantis appears to have lost completely clean, even taking a rough move to finish it.

No real idea how the tercera worked out in terms of quality. It appears Black Panther’s sons are actually tecnicos but worked on the rudo side here, though maybe they’ll clear that up eventually. They are not calling him “Dragon Lee La Nueva Era”, which is just disappointing. If Canelo Casas is the son of a non-wrestling Casas family member, how did he get into this tournament? It’s not Copa Nieto or Copa III. (It also scarcely matters. )

IWRG (WED) 01/01/2014 Arena Naucalpan [Black Terry Jr. (flickr)]
***IWRG 18th Anniverasry Show***
1) Emperador Azteca & Sky Ángel b Fulgor I & Fulgor II
2) Dragoncito De Oro & Mini Rey Cometa b Mini Dr. X & Mini Jocker
3) Bombero Infernal, Centvrión, Dr. Cerebro b Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo, Tupac Amaru Jr.
Tupac Jr.’s debut. Cerebro beat Diablo.
4) Alan Extreme, Golden Magic, Veneno vs Canis Lupus, Hijo de Máscara Año 2000, Oficial AK47
Canis Lupus replaced X-Fly. Tecnicos took 1/3. Veneno and Alan beat Canis and AK-47 for the win.
5) Cien Caras Jr., Súper Nova, X-Fly b Lizmark Jr., Vampiro Canadiense, Villano IV
Turned out to be Lizmark Jr., not Sr. X-Fly replaced Pirata Morgan. Rudos actually ran out and attakced the tecnicos from the last match (X-Fly & Super Nova still feuding with Alan & Veneno) and the main event tecnicos made the save. Tecnicos took the first, but the rudos took the last two, with Cien foul on Vampiro in the third.

Turnout was better than usual, though not as much as the double apuesta match next week. There was a previous Tupac Amaru, who wrestled in the 70s and 80s. The new one has very identifiable tattoos (assuming I have the right guy.)

Rey Lobo took Super Brazo‘s hair in Arena Neza yesterday. There’s no photo of Super Brazo bald, and it’s unclear if he actually got his hair shaved. Freelance and Neza Kid appeared in the same match at the same time, so someone in Neza has access to a cloning machine (or they gave the gimmick to someone new.) Attendance seemed to be good, better than non-tribute shows have done in the building of late.

Psycho Circus beat Consejo in Arena Lopez Mateos on their New Year’s Day show. Eterno is listed as wrestling in the undercard, which would be his return to action (and sooner than expected, it may just be an oversight.)

WWL indeed has dates for 2014: 03/07 in Arena Xalapa, 03/08 in Plaza de Toros el Pinal in Teziutlan, Puebla, and 03/09 in Plan Sexenal. Carlito, Chavo Guerrero, Sabu, Blue Demon Jr., Hijo de Dos Caras, Sicodelico, Monster Pain, Los Mamitos, Zumbi, Skayde and Zeuxis are listed as appearing.  Those are AAA taping venues and WWL’s worked with AAA in the past,but getting CMLL’s Zeuxis for these shows suggests they won’t be working with AAA this time.

Porra Fresa estimates Arena Puebla as being around 80% full for Stigma/Camorra, which would be around 2200 tickets.

LuchaWorld thinks about the three big lucha libre questions of 2014?

TerceraCaida was all about the top 100 highlights of 2013.

Porra Fresa starts it’s 2013 look back with a look back at NJPW & minis appearances in Arena Puebla.

CMLL’s video promo for Friday.

Lineups

CMLL (TUE) 01/07/2014 Arena Mexico
1) Metálico & Robin vs Ramstein & Zayco
2) Camaleón, Oro Jr., Soberano Jr. vs Artillero, Canelo Casas, Súper Comando
3) Hombre Bala Jr. vs Raziel [lightning]
4) Negro Casas, Puma, Tiger vs Black Panther, Blue Panther, Cachorro
5) Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr., Shocker vs Bárbaro Cavernario, Euforia, Niebla Roja
6) Rush, Stuka Jr., Titán vs Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Virus

Still a little vacation weirdness (and some general Tuesday weirdness.) Fourth is family versus family; we don’t know what level Black Panther & Cachorro will end up, but this suggests higher than usual for novatos and throws everything else off. Barbaro returns up all the way in the semimain because there’s no usual third match for him to be in. Second match could be a lot of fun.

There are possibilities for title matches to come out of that main event – it’s rare to see Virus in that spot, and Rush, Titan and Mascara ought to be defending the trios titles at some point – but all of the tecnicos will be in Japan the next week so that doesn’t work.

top six stories of the last two weeks

  • Ari Romero, Jesus Nunez, and Pedro Septien all passed away
  1. Oficial 911 lost his mask and X-Fly lost his hair in the main event of the Arena Naucalpan 36th Anniversary show. It was the final of a three way mixed partners double apuesta match, with Golden Magic & Hijo del Pirata Morgan getting the win. 911 was the last of the Oficials trios to hold on to his mask.
  2. Negro Casas versus Titan is the surprise final of Leyenda de Plata. The field was missing a lot of usual names (because of vacations or other reason), but neither appeared to be the favorite and Titan was a huge underdog. The final is Friday or the winner faces Volador next Friday, depending on which part of CMLL you’re listening to at that time.
  3. Stigma defeated Camorra for his mask this past Monday. The outcome was no surprise. The show seemed to draw well for the hometown guy getting the big win, despite Camorra being an opening match Mexico City rudo of no significance before this feud. It was Stigma’s second mask win of 2013. He’s still an interchangeable midcard in CMLL Mexico City, but might actually be a local draw in Puebla now.
  4. Mistico hurt his shoulder again in a 12/17 trios title match. The injury was enough to prevent him from rejoining the match until the finish and seemed to be bothering him after the match. That match was Mistico’s last match before a previous scheduled break, and Mistico has yet to reappear. Mistico could be fine and just still on (needed) vacation, Mistico could be hurt and unable to wrestle, Mistico could be anything in between – no one knows, or at least no one’s said anything. Mistico is again the focal point of this year’s FantasticaMania – he was supposed to be last year, but hurt the same shoulder and missed all the shows. NJPW and CMLL have unusually not announced any matches for the shows, but also haven’t warned about any injury.
  5. AAA announced their January/early February taping schedule, in familiar locals of Naucalpan, Toluca and Ecatepec. The Naucalpan taping, on 01/17, has a place keeping card as normal for this time of the year. The tapings are every other weekend, leaving plenty of weekends for any US taping – but still nothing officially has been said about the US group.
  6. DTU’s 6th anniversary show saw Ciclope lose his hair to Rocky Santana, and Kaleth lost his mask to Rey Celestial. Jinzo won the vacant Alto Impacto title, and Angel o Demonio won the Consagrado championship
  • Ricky Marvin defeated Guadalajara independent luchador Tony Rodriguez in the main event of the latest ChilangaMask card. Fulgor I picked up the Mexico State welterweight championship, while Extreme Tiger defeated Impulso in the semimain event
  • Besides the Leyenda de Plata, Negro Casas also defeated Volador on a Sunday show. Volador’s been featured since his tecnico turn but doesn’t seem to be meaning much to the turnout yet. The lingering Sombra/Volador issue has been sidestepped for the time with Sombra going on vacation soon after his returning from Japan. This Friday will be the first time they’ve been on the same card together since Volador’s turn.
  • Flamita lost his third of the Dragon Gate Enter the Triange Gate championship to wrap up his and Rocky Lobo’s long tour with the promotion.
  • El Dandy announced a retirement tour.
  • Heavy Metal won the championship of his own promotion.
  • Marcela, Gringos VIP and Canek kept their title

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CMLL on CadenaTres: 2013-12-07

 

triple headscissors

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taped 2013-12-03 @ Arena Mexico
Metálico & Molotov vs Disturbio & Guerrero Negro Jr.: below average opener, when it really should’ve been better than usual given who were involved. Metálico and Disturbio didn’t mesh well and the rudos abandoned any pretense of a competition to make the comeback a little easier. Crowd rightfully didn’t care about any of this.

 

named 3:16 because those are the vertebrates he breaks?

Pequeño Halcón, Shockercito, Último Dragoncito vs Demus 3:16, Mercurio, Pierrothito: OK minis match. Demus seems athletically back where he was before his injury, but didn’t get a tremendous a lot to do in this match. Halcón was moving too fast for his own good. Rest of the match was solid but unmemorable so.

 

Princesa Blanca press powerbomb

Dark Angel, Estrellita, Marcela vs Amapola, Dalys, Princesa Blanca: Not the best executed match, but an pleasantly ambitious one. Dalys has all sorts of new ideas now that she’s a ruda – she and her sister in law appear to have worked a lot on double teams – and this was one where they were trying a lot of things not all of it actually worked but the effort was strong. It was a more interesting women’s match than most from the last few months, at least.

 

boost shove!

Blue Panther, La Máscara, Thunder vs Terrible, Tiger, Vangellys: Thunder crossed over into hilariously bad when he botched the one spot he had in the first two falls. The other five guys were fine. Blue Panther versus Tiger would be a good feud for Tiger even if he lost, but it would require CMLL doing non-title midcard feuds. Mascara beat the heavyweight champion, doesn’t really matter.

 

Thunder has trouble with a suplex

Atlantis, Máximo, Shocker vs Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas, Rey Escorpión: quick but more intense match than last week, with a lot of talking back and forth after the match. Rey Escorpion and Máximo seem to be two of the better talkers in the promotion, at Máximo was creative here. Chiquito would definitely be sticking with Escorpion in other places, will be interesting to see if it gets over here. The non-Maximo/Escorpion segments dragged, but they did a better job of building interest to the hair match.

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CMLL Guerreros del Ring on 52MX: 2013-12-07

 

Titan versus gravity

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taped 2013-11-26 @ Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
Sagrado, Starman, Stigma vs Cancerbero, Raziel, Virus: A perfectly fine Guadalajara match. Nothing you need to go out of you see, but one of the better Guadalajara matches they’ve aired since coming back – everyone was working hard, and the Cancerberos are really good when they’re working hard. This was more a showcase for them than the técnicos, and they showed off with some good matwork in the first match (Raziel) and neat finish in the third (Cancerbero.)

body surf tope

taped 2013-12-01 @ Arena Mexico
Máximo, Mistico, Thunder vs Felino, Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas: Not good. They tried to limit Thunder to doing almost nothing, and he still seemed to mess that up. Máximo versus Pesta Negra is over familiar and there was nothing remarkable about the Místico stuff. The post match promo – which didn’t air, because CMLL – teased Thunder versus Niebla in a singles match but they clearly don’t even trust him in a trios.

 

one more time with feeling

Averno vs Titán for the Mexican National Welterweight Championship: EXCELLENT. A strong storytelling match, the rarest possible match in CMLL (but not so rare when Averno’s involved.) Titan looked like a valiant técnico who kept surviving against all odds, but Averno also looked tough. It was a surprise rollup finish that felt like a real surprise (not a spot they did just because they always do that spot), and opened the door for a lot more rematches. The match before it was go-d too, with Titan getting in enough of his regular stuff, but not forcing it all in (no Titanics, no need for it) and Averno breaking up a usual Titan move to turn around the match. Everything they tried worked, and Titan was trying some tricky stuff. Titan may be the best programmed luchador in CMLL this year (Rey Escorpion or Rush might be close) and this helped his continued rise.

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Texano and Psycho Clown draw in Monterrey, year end awards

AAA KDNA (SUN) 12/29/2013 Arena Coliseo Monterrey [LuchaMania Monterrey]
1) Chakira L Panthro Jr.Mini AndroideMini HatorEclipsoTequilitaChamaco GurrolaNorterno Jr.Destructor [hair]
Destructor took Chakira’s hair. It was announced as a cage match, but turned out to be a cibernetico.
2) Difunto I, Pee Wee, Potro Jr. b Desafio, Gato Fantasma, Principe de Oro
3) Diluvio Negro II, Estelaris, Orlando Santa Cruz, Panthro b Corazón de Barrio, Espanto Jr., Silver Star, Tigre Universitario
4) Monsther Clown, Murder Clown, Pimpinela Escarlata b Machine Rocker, Orquídea Negra, Soul Rocker
5) Texano Jr. DDQ Psycho Clown [AAA HEAVY]
Texano Jr. is champion. Match had Psycho get a visual pin during a ref bump, then Mascara Ano 2000 Jr. & Silver King made surprise appearances, the Clowns ran in and a second ref get involved. Each ref DQed each man for his partners running in, causing a draw. Ninth defense.

Can’t even beat Psycho Clown in Monterrey! There’s a difference in opinion in what makes for a good lucha libre match, obviously.

Ripper wants to be the biggest start in CMLL in 2014 and main event the anniversary show. Ripper also promises a beating for traitor Volador Jr. He also says he is not a rudo around his family; he never got presents from Santa Claus so he wants to make sure his own kids are taken care of better.

Rob has his best wrestlers, matches and shows of the year. Can’t believe that Tuesday show we went to didn’t make the last one. Plus, he’s got predictions for 2014.

LuchaMania’s partially fan voted awards for Monterrey
Promotion of the year: KDNA/Maztan
Luchador: Rey Hechicero
Luchadora: Internet Favorite Lady Flammer
Match: Rey Hechicero & Negro Navarro vs Trauma I & II (Arena Solidaridad, 03/10/2013)
Outsider: Pagano
Show: Hector Garza tribute, 04/21/2013 in Arena Solidaridad

Match is interesting, because the Rey Hechicero/Charly Lucero will probably end up being the most well known match outside of Monterrey because it turned up on TV and it had that spot (and it was really good.)

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.

Cronicas y Leyendas looks back at Perro Aguayo keeping a title in 1988 and Misionero de la Muerte, 1980.

Zocalo has a story on referee Paco Nino, who lost a leg due to diabetes.

MT recaps December.

great match roundup, week of 2013-12-07

Great/Excellent Matches
CMLL Guerreros del Ring on 52MX: 2013-12-07
taped 2013-12-01 @ Arena Mexico
Averno vs Titán for the Mexican National Welterweight Championship: EXCELLENT

Shows Watched But Nothing Made The List
CMLL on CadenaTres: 2013-12-07
CMLL on Fox Sports (Mexico): 2013-12-07
AAA on UTDN: 2013-12-12

Matches To Watch Later

IWRG Zona XXI: 2013-12-08

taped 2013-12-05 @ Arena Naucalpan
Alfa, Dragón Celestial, Omega vs Douki, Imposible, Kalim Black
Canis Lupus vs Golden Magic for the IWRG Intercontinental Welterweight Championship

IWRG Zona XXI: 2013-12-12

taped 2013-12-10 @ Arena Naucalpan
Alan Extreme, Astro Rey Jr., Blue Monsther, Canis Lupus, Centvrión, Fresero Jr., Golden Magic, Picudo Jr. vs Dragón Celestial, Emperador Azteca, Fulgor I, Látigo, Matrix Jr., Power Bull, Sky Ángel, Zurdog [Toreno FILL]

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