Aguayo tecnico? , CMLL subject to change, bodybuilding, gas station luchadors

CMLL published new lineups yesterday. Those are at the bottom of this post. There’s something new on the bottom of the lineup pages, though

“Programación Sujeta a Cambios de Última Hora”

That message warning of card subject to change has been on CMLL posters in the past, but hasn’t been on lately. (Looking at the anniversary program I was supposed to send to someone month ago and will get to soon – promise! – it wasn’t on for that show.) This is probably related to the main event changes of recent weeks – the tag title deal and the Namajague sub for Negro Casas – but it’s always surprising to see CMLL react to negative feedback.

Demus may be unable to wrestle, but he’s still been working to get in shape for the bodybuilding contest. This is the week where I remember CMLL is a bodybuilding company which runs lucha libre shows to fill the time. Participants, like Esfinge the other day and Demus and Akuma in that article, talk about how they’ve spent so many extra hours over so many months preparing to become the best bodybuilder for this contest, which is a ‘fun’ challenge the luchadors do among themselves for no reward outside of a plastic trophy and. (That story is more implausible than the AAA Alliens.) Demus is definitely working at getting back in the ring too, but there are no CMLL penned articles written about the extra work he or anyone else is putting it to be the best luchador – either because they’re not doing it or CMLL doesn’t find that worth pointing out. (This is the first time Demus’ been mentioned since his surgery.) Anyway, Demus manages to work in a wrestling hook: he’s lost so much weight between the bodybuilding and rehab that he’s a lightweight and demands to fight Electrico for his title when he returns. Akuma recaps his past performances in the bodybuilding contest, as they are the most interesting things to happen in his career.

Perro Aguayo Jr. talks about entering a new stage in his career, but also says he’s only teaming with Cibernetico to get revenge on La Secta. There was a vignette with him and Konnan on TV (though it wasn’t on the UTDN show on the YouTube channel) where Perro says the same things, then basically worked as a tecnico in the match. He’s kind of been working as a tecnico for quite a while, but hopefully AAA’s is emphasizing his mixed status because his actual tecnico turn is still ahead (Guerra de Titanes? Aguascalientes?)

Apolo Dantes promoted the upcoming debut of Mobil and Delvac, who appear to be gas station sponsored luchadors. They wrestle on a special free (sponsored by Mobil, no doubt) show on 11/30, but you can get tickets for free if you go Arena Coliseo Guadalajara next Sunday or Tuesday.

TxT apparently have a four show tour thru Campeche next week. That’s really good business for them. Santo and Demon are in Arena Juba this weekend.

Miguel Fonseca turns a luchawiki correction into a column for AAA’s website: Cuervo actually beat the real Kung Fu in a hair match, not a fake. Thanks! Also neat to see a new blog entry on AAA’s website for the first time in months. I’ve been finding a lot of stuff to add or correct on the wiki based on stuff I found in Mexico City, and it’s great knowing every change I make causes the Luchawiki to be a little better. It’s even easier when other people do the work for me. Thanks, Miguel!

Rob has highlights of 09/05/13 AAA.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.

Pimpinela thinks well of Black Mamba, will give him a great fight in Queretaro.

Eric R watches the latest (?) Uprising Lucha Libre.

Video promo for CMLL’s Friday show.

Pagano and Aereo will destroy each other in a ladder match at this weekend’s AAA return to Ciudad Juarez.

Brazos with baseball bats.


CMLL (TUE) 11/19/2013 Arena Mexico
1) Camaleón & Soberano Jr. vs Espanto Jr. & Herodes Jr.
2) Bam Bam, Eléctrico, Pequeño Halcón vs Mercurio, Pequeño Violencia, Pequeño Warrior
3) Estrellita, Luna Mágica, Marcela vs Amapola, La Comandante, Princesa Sugheit
4) Delta, Diamante Azul, Titán vs Averno, Ephesto, Mephisto
5) Máximo, Super Porky, Thunder vs Dragón Rojo Jr., Rey Escorpión, Tama Tonga
6) Máscara Dorada vs Volador Jr. [NWA WELTER]
Mascara Dorada is champion

That’s the best looking match on Tuesday on some time. Tuesday has weirdly has had some of the best CMLL matches of the year amongst mixed in with nearly total forgettable stuff. This could be outstanding too.

CMLL (TUE) 11/19/2013 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Bengala & Sensei vs Demonio Rojo & Sádico
2) Leo, Magnus, Stigma vs Arkángel de la Muerte, Bárbaro Cavernario, Hooligan
3) Dark Angel, Goya Kong, Silueta vs Dalys, Princesa Blanca, Tiffany
4) Ángel de Oro, Sagrado, Shocker vs Mr. Águila, Olímpico, Pólvora
5) La Sombra vs Último Guerrero

Between Ultimo and Sombra, you could have one heck of a drinking game main event. Pick a designated driver first.

CMLL (TUE) 11/26/2013 Arena Queretaro
1) Morfeo vs Electro Boy
2) Alex Guajardo & Eragón vs Galaxy & Sangre De Dragon
3) Dragon De Oriente I & Dragon De Oriente II vs Drabek I & Drabek II
4) Averno & Blue Panther vs Black Terry & Negro Navarro
5) Máscara Dorada, Mistico, Valiente vs Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero

Maestros return in Queretaro. Averno and Panther were partners back in Arena Coliseo where this started, but might not work so well as a team this time .

great match roundup, week of 2013-10-19

Great/Excellent Matches

Shows Watched But Nothing Made The List
CMLL Guerreros del Ring on 52MX: 2013-10-19
CMLL on CadenaTres: 2013-10-19
AAA on UTDN: 2013-10-24 – though I liked the Suicide/Angelico/Jack trios almost enough again

Matches To Watch Later
CMLL Puebla: 2013-10-20
taped 2013-10-07 @ Arena Puebla
Máscara Dorada, Mistico, Valiente vs Dragón Rojo Jr., Pólvora, Rey Escorpión:

Noches de Coliseo: 2013-10-20
taped 2013-10-13 @ Arena Coliseo Monterrey
Cerebro Negro & Dr. Cerebro vs Estrella Dorada Jr. & Silver Star:

AAA on UTDN: 2013-10-17


Octagoncito tornillo

taped 2013-10-02 @ Auditorio Miguel Barragan de San Luis Potosi
Aerostar, Octagoncito, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Black Mamba, Gran Apache, Mini Histeria: Pretty much a técnico exhibition. Rudos exhibited a lot of head slaps and the willingness to keep hitting each other. Aerostar and Octagoncito got in a cool dives and crowd still loves Pimpi (despite some cringe-worthy moments) so it generally got over well but there wasn’t a lot to it. Rudos went out of their way to do nothing, most of not been an accident.




Pentago throws Fenix high in the air, crushes him into the ground


legdrop to Escoria’s bad arm

Axel & Fénix vs Pentagón Jr. & Último Gladiador and Dark Scoria & Dark Spíritu: The other two matches in the secret tournament were single fall matches, so of course this one is an elimination one for no particular reason. And chairs are legal but outside interference requires a distraction. AND they did an injury angle with Escoria and had him advance anyway and the injury angle (x2, since they repeated it with the Perros!) went nowhere so I don’t even know. There was a good match here, but you had to hunt around some other stuff to find it. Axel is so bad, but he was even worse in this. Pentagon and Ultimo Gladiador did everything they could to make Axel look good early and it was for nothing because he was so Dallys-level poor later on. I don’t get it. Match was better in the parts he wasn’t involved, but there just wasn’t enough of those parts. Crowd didn’t get into this as much as you’d think.


Jack near slingshot huracanrana


Jack crushing double knee

Angélico, Australian Suicide, Jack Evans vs Carta Brava Jr., Eterno, Steve Pain: Really great match from all involved. Suicide had a much better than his first time out, looking spectacular and not running into any problems. AAA (and Jack & Angelico) are also going out of there way to make sure the new guy doesn’t come off as the lesser third of the team, making sure he gets in his big spots and gets the big win at the end. It’s a great way to get over the newcomer Rudos looked great, as aggressive at offense as they were skilled at working with the técnicos. The rudos created a sense they might actually pull this match off, which is impressive for a team that never wins. A crowd that wasn’t in to the show a lot going into the match was way into it by the end of this. Very much wish Carta Brava was getting to be in the new group with the other two; Juvi’s going to have to be very good to make up for him.


Psycho barricade headscissors

Monsther Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Chessman, Silver King, Texano Jr.: Another Consejo/Circus match, now with more bleeding. Can’t believe Psycho lost to Texano on TV the week before his title match. Even cheating, what a strange deflating way to go about things. More of a trios match than the previous match with Texano and Psycho, getting every involved before coming down to the final, but not a match that interested me a much. Crowd was more into this than most anything else.

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Terrible beats Rush, Dorada vs Volador, Young Bucks, NWA Mexico

photo by Alexis Salazar

CMLL (TUE) 11/12/2013 Arena Mexico [CMLL, Yahoo! Deportes]
1) Akuma & Guerrero Negro Jr. b Metatrón & Sensei
Rudos took 2/3.
2) Pequeño Violencia, Pequeño Warrior, Pierrothito b Bam Bam, Fantasy, Último Dragoncito
Rudos took 1/3.
3) Estrellita, Goya Kong, Marcela b Amapola, La Seductora, Princesa Blanca
Tecnicas took 2/3.
4) Rey Cometa b Raziel [lightning]
Cometa won with the 450 splash in 7 minutes.
5) Ángel de Oro, Super Porky, Thunder b Dragón Rojo Jr., Pólvora, Rey Escorpión
Straight falls. Escorpion used an illegal choke on Porky in the first for a DQ, lost in the second.
6) Kráneo, Olímpico, Volador Jr. b Máscara Dorada, Mistico, Valiente
Invasors took 1/3. Volador pinned Mascara Dorada, then challenged for his title.

Thought they were heading for a trios title title match until I read the recap. Dorada and Volador had a really fun lightning match a couple years ago.

CMLL (TUE) 11/12/2013 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [@acogdl]
1) Sky Kid & Smaker b Exterminador & Maléfico
Tecnicos took 1/3.
2) Astral, Eléctrico, Shockercito b Mercurio, Pequeño Halcón, Pequeño Olímpico
Pequeno Halcon replaced Pequeno Nitro. Tecnicos took 1/3.
3) Boby Zavala, Sangre Azteca, Virus b Fuego, Pegasso, Sagrado
Rudos took 1/3.
4) Euforia, Niebla Roja, Último Guerrero b Atlantis, La Sombra, Titán
Rudos took 1/3, UG sneaking a foul on Sombra. This sets up a singles match next week.
5) Terrible b Rush [CMLL HEAVY]
Terrible came in as champ. Rush submitted Terrible, Terrible pinned Rush, and Terrible won clean in the third. Eighth defense.

Rush’s win waits for another day. CMLL taped a heavyweight title match between the two top heavyweights, as they do for all Guadalajara matches, and but of course it won’t air anywhere because CMLL is weird. On the other hand, I’m okay missing Sombra/UG (but that’s another indication Guadalajara is the Tuesday priority.)

ChilangaMask announced they’re bringing in the Young Bucks for their Anniversary show. No date or opponents announced, but their first show (as FCK) was in January last year so guess around then. Matt and Nick Jackson, who are the current IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team champions, should be a good fit with whoever they get put against.

Pro Wrestling Revolution announced Blue Demon Jr. has folded NWA Mexico and now is a part owner of PWR with plans to promote under that name in Mexico. There’s no announcement of any specific show to come.

The NWA Mexico seemed to only exist as a substantial promotion in 2008, when they ran Gimansio Juan de la Barrera a few times and Blue Demon Jr. won the NWA heavyweight championship in Centro Banamex (at a non-lucha convention Lucha Libre Expo existed.) The promotion didn’t seem to draw well, ran a few shows in 2009, and then disappeared in 2010 except for a Lucha Libre Expo appearance. It’s popped up a few times since then, but no more meaningful than three dozen other groups who pop up for a show and disappear for months (or just stop promoting their shows.) They started running shows at an Arena NWA in 2011, and it took me months to figure out where Arena NWA actually was located (Ecatepec!) – that’s about how successfully things were for NWA Mexico. The news here is there was actually an announcement at all, because it seemed like it would just fade and be forgotten.

NWA Mexico did appear to develop luchadors who are wrestling in other indies now. Their last known show, 11 months ago, included Ares, Kronoz, Terremoto and other guys who are working the XMW-type shows now. Those guys were regularly on those and identified themselves as NWA Mexico luchadors for at least a time, though I’m unsure how much the promotion meant to them. NWA Mexico will also leave plenty of useless championships behind – the one Casandro has, the one Skyade & Turbo both have but were pretending were different titles, all the new Historic NWA championships CMLL is still using.

Related: In NGX, Kaientai announced the UWO Tag Team Championship, and the Unamericans and defended it twice in one night (with two different teams.)

Apparently there was a newspaper story about people not getting paid on the last RCH show. One of the people involved says the wrestlers did get paid day of the show, but the staff did not because the guy going to the bank for the money disappeared on him. The Facebook post says everyone was paid by the next day.

Hijo del Santo appeared on a non-Tercera Caida TVC show, but they still caught up with him in the parking lot to ask him about the three way match with LA Park & Dr. Wagner, Anibal’s claims of a veto, and his upcoming match versus Super Parka.

LuchaWorld has a recap of Tercera Caida, Black Terry & Perro Aguayo Jr. in a telenovela, and PosterMania.

Today’s the eight anniversary of Eddie Guerrero’s death.

Dr. Wagner Jr. talks his crazy plan to invade CMLL. That’s not happening.

AAA has part three of their interview with Texano & Hijo del Fantasma.

Miguel Fonseca has an article about deceased AAA luchadors.

Bio of Coco Amarillo, which recaps his previous unrecorded mask loss as Indomito.


CMLL (MON) 11/18/2013 Arena Puebla
1) Águila Egipcia & Bengala vs Akrón & Cholo
2) Asturiano & Bam Bam vs Pierrothito & Saurón
3) Metálico, Pegasso, Tigre Rojo Jr. vs Cancerbero, Fuerza Chicana, Raziel
4) Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr., Stigma vs Kráneo, Olímpico, Psicosis
5) La Máscara, Titán, Valiente vs Averno, Mephisto, Mr. Niebla
6) Rush vs Shocker

It’s about as many Puebla luchadors are normal, but more spread out. Might make for the best minis match in some time. Main event will be interesting.

EAW (THU) 11/14/2013 San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora
1) ? vs ??
local wrestlers
2) Galáctico, Galaxi, Lexus vs El Suspenso, Tempestad Guerrera, Voltrón
3) Bello Juan, Chico Che, Sexi Alan vs Rey Maligno, Sstruendo, Urban Boy
4) Dinamico, Genio Del Aire, Iron Boy vs Darko, Ray Silver, Tronx
5) Excalibur, Extreme Tiger, Laredo Kid vs Dluxe, Luminoso, The Rocker
6) Atlantis & Máscara Dorada vs Animaniac & Villano III
7) Máximo, Mistico, Rey Escorpion (CMLL) vs Hijo de Rey Misterio II, Leatherface, Lizmark Jr.

The other cards – Caborca, Mexicali, Hermosillo – have different matchups but the same group of guys. Rey Escorpion is on the tecnico side on all of the shows. Maybe it’s because he’s the home area guy, but they’d be much better off with him on the rudo side. There are always changes, and maybe he’ll end up opposite Mistico and Dorada by the time the matches happen.

CMLL on Fox Sports (Mexico): 2013-10-12


taped 2013-10-04 @ Arena Mexico
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CMLL on CadenaTres: 2013-10-12


taped 2013-10-08 @ Arena Mexico
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RCH, Rush vs Casas/Shocker, Rush vs Terrible

RCH (SUN) 11/10/2013 Rodeo Santa Fe, Tlalnepantla, Estado de Mexico [Black Terry Jr. (Flickr), MT]
1) Trauma I & Trauma II b Apolo Estrada Jr. & Impulso
2) Crazy Star (F) & Ludark Shaitan b Anime & Star Fire
3) Dinamic Black, Freelance, Súper Nova b Comando Negro, Puma (CMLL), Tiger
4) Blue Panther & Máximo b Casandro & Villano IV
5) Dr. Wagner Jr. & LA Park b Atlantis & Último Guerrero  (posted by RINGEXTREMO)
UG dropkicked the ref, Wagner fouled UG, UG pulled Wagner’s mask, Wagner rolled him up anyway. Everyone made challenges post match, with Wagner talking about raising an anti-AAA army and invading Arena Mexico.

New location, and attendance seemed to be down.

CMLL (MON) 11/11/2013 Arena Puebla [El Popular]
1) Artillero, Inquisidor, Súper Comando b Meyer, Tigre Rojo, Tigre Rojo Jr.
Artillero submitted Tigre Rojo Jr.
2) Metatrón, Starman, Súper Halcón Jr. b Camorra, Siki Ozama Jr., Toro Bill Jr.
Starman beat Camorra.
3) Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr., Stuka Jr. b Boby Zavala, Misterioso Jr., Virus
Delta submitted Zavala.
4) Averno, Mephisto, Mr. Niebla b Blue Panther, Diamante Azul, La Sombra
Panther and Averno feuded. Mephisto & Niebla beat Panther & Azul.
5) Shocker DQ Negro Casas and Rush
Worked as a three way match. Shocker & Negro worked together, but Rush still beat Negro for the first elimination. Rush fouled Shocker for the DQ. Shocker wanted a hair match next week. Rush did not respond. It does sound like they’re in a singles match next week.

As expected, the Pirata Morgans won the IWRG trios titles back in Arena Cuatro Caminos.

Today’s CMLL Arena Mexico show is a 2×1 ticket sale (for rows 11 and back.) Attendance has been dire of late on Tuesdays even by dire Tuesday standards; this is an attempt to get people in the door. Main event is the reunited Estetas versus an Invasor trio of Volador, Kraneo and Olimpico.

The big CMLL show of today is actually in Guadalajara, where Rush gets another chance at Terrible and the heavyweight championship. This is there third match – they met for the vacant title, then again earlier this year where Rush gave up the light heavyweight title to get a shot. (This time, Rush just won for a few weeks.) The heavyweight title in CMLL is the least meaningful heavyweight title in any major promotion, but Terrible versus Rush means something, and CMLL had believed it means enough not to give Rush the big title win yet. It’s possible it may finally happen tonight, in Rush’s home area arena.

Esfinge says he’s dedicated his last three and half months to this bodybuilding contest. Apparently the judges decide day of the contest which group (beginner, intermediate, advanced) the luchadors belong in, which is probably why people are so upset about those distinctions after the contest.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update and Alfredo recaps the second half of Heroes Inmortales.

Rob has highlights of 04/05/13 CMLL.

Black Terry Jr. has photos of a Black Terry & Perro Aguayo Jr. taping a lucha libre scene for a telenovela. Terry is in the ring wrestling the star (and his stunt double), I’m not sure what Aguayo was doing.

Tercera Caida posted their off camera interview with Dhani Ledesma from Expo Lucha.

Stuka talks about the hurricane relief donations from last month now being delivered to needy people.

AAA has the second part of their interview with Texano Jr. & Hijo del Fantasma.

Dragon Oriental took Black Spartan’s hair. And Misterio Azteca took Perro Callerjero’s hair.

DJ Spectro looks back at Halcon Dorado I  (who promoters wanted to be Hijo del Santo) and Rey Solomon (who was one of the Angel Blanco Juniors).

Cibernetico calls La Secta ungrateful.

Lineups for indy shows on Saturday’s lucha libre expo were announced. The CMLL one is supposed to be announced Thursday now.


CMLL (SUN) 11/17/2013 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Brillante & Explosivo vs El Tapatío & El Yaqui
2) El Divino & Javier Cruz Jr. vs Acertijo & Jocker
3) Halcón de Plata, Sky Kid, Virgo vs Ángel del Mal, Évola, Magnum
4) Black Metal, Gallo, León Blanco vs Bárbaro Cavernario, Exterminador, Maléfico
5) Diamante Azul, Sagrado, Stuka Jr. vs Gran Guerrero, Pierroth, Vangellys

A show! Not a good one, with that rudo side.

11/09-11 lucha videos

En Busca de un Idolo is still repeating the penultimate episode. Sunday Terra aired in HD but had the same buffering issues as previous in Arena Coliseo and a huge percentage of the show went missing. I’m posting the Alta feed, though there may be small gaps there too, just not nearly as bad. There was an emergency broadcasting interrupting during Noches de Coliseo (and they didn’t appear to air all three falls – or I lost track of who was winning.) A power outage cost me the IWL video, but they’ve put it up on the YouTube in the meantime so I didn’t bother with the replay.

YouTube Playlist:

11/11 Sobre el Ring:  - the guest is Comandante Pierroth. They can not ask him about anything before Comandante Pierroth. That leaves them one question they can ask (the name). Somehow this drags on for most of the hour.

11/09 WWC:
11/10 WWC:

AAA on UTDN: 2013-11-07
taped 2013-10-18 @ Gimnasio Miguel Hidalgo de Puebla
1) El Elegido, Faby Apache, Octagoncito, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Dark Cuervo, Mamba, Mary Apache, Mini Abismo Negro
2) Crazy Boy & Joe Lider vs Angélico & Jack Evans and Dark Scoria & Dark Spíritu and Aerostar & Drago for the AAA World Tag Team Championship

3) Psycho Clown vs Texano Jr. for the AAA World Heavyweight Championship

CMLL on Terra: 2013-11-08
Full Show:
taped 2013-11-08 @ Arena Mexico
1) Astral & Bam Bam vs Pequeño Olímpico & Pierrothito
2) Goya Kong, Marcela, Silueta vs Dalys, Princesa Blanca, Princesa Sugheit
3) Ángel de Oro, Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr. vs Felino, Puma, Tiger
4) Máximo vs Rey Escorpión in a lightning match

AAA on Televisa: 2013-11-09
taped 2013-11-03 @ Domo de Parque Solidaridad, Tonala, Jalisco
1) Monsther Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Dark Cuervo, Dark Scoria, Dark Spíritu
2) Cibernético, el Hijo del Perro Aguayo, Fénix vs Chessman, Hijo del Fantasma, Texano

CMLL Guerreros del Ring on 52MX: 2013-11-09
Full show:
taped 2013-10-29 @ Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Gallo, Smaker, Tritón vs Felino, Puma, Tiger
taped 2013-11-03 @ Arena Coliseo
2) Mephisto vs Titán for the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship
3) Namajague & Shigeo Okumura vs Delta & Guerrero Maya Jr. for the Arena Coliseo (DF) Tag Team Championship

CMLL on CadenaTres: 2013-11-09
taped 2013-11-05 @ Arena Mexico
1) Bengala & Camaleón vs Cholo & Espanto Jr.
2) Oro Jr., Pegasso, Soberano Jr. vs Arkángel de la Muerte, Hooligan, Nitro
3) Estrellita, Goya Kong, Marcela vs Amapola, La Comandante, Tiffany
Stellar Moments
4) Máximo, Super Porky, Thunder vs Averno, Ephesto, Shigeo Okumura
5) Máscara Dorada, Mistico, Titán vs Mr. Águila, Mr. Niebla, Namajague

CMLL on Fox Sports (Mexico): 2013-11-09
taped 2013-11-01 @ Arena Mexico
Thriller Dance
1) Blue Panther, Shocker, Thunder vs Euforia, Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas
2) La Sombra, Máximo, Mistico vs Niebla Roja, Último Guerrero, Volador Jr.
3) Rush vs Tama Tonga

Lucha Azteca (CMLL): 2013-11-09
taped 2013-10-25 @ Arena Mexico
1) Blue Panther, Máximo, Mistico vs Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero
2) Máscara Dorada vs Niebla Roja in a lightning match
3) La Sombra, Rush, Thunder vs Tama Tonga, Terrible, Vangellys

La Lucha Se La Hace, aired on Mexicanal 2013-11-10
taped 2013-??-??
1) Uniko, Acero Negro, Bala de Plata vs Dr. Satan, Destructor, Mini Maniaco
La Historia: Gran Sebastian
2) Brujo Cosmico, Fuerza Maligna, Electro Boy vs Lince, Golpe de Dragon, Drack Conde
3) Black Fantasy vs Dance Boy

CMLL on Terra: 2013-11-10
taped 2013-11-10 @ Arena Coliseo
1) Aéreo & Stukita vs Pequeño Violencia & Último Dragoncito
2) Magnus, Metatrón, Starman vs Camorra, Cancerbero, Raziel
3) Fuego, Rey Cometa, Stuka Jr. vs Namajague, Sangre Azteca, Shigeo Okumura
4) Delta vs Misterioso Jr. in a lightning match
5) Atlantis, Blue Panther, Super Porky vs Niebla Roja, Pierroth, Tama Tonga
6) Máscara Dorada, Mistico, Valiente vs Gran Guerrero, Mr. Niebla, Último Guerrero

CMLL Puebla: 2013-11-10
taped 2013-10-28 @ Arena Puebla
1) Black Tiger & Paris vs Guerrero Espacial & Zayco
2) Bengala, Milenium, Oro Jr. vs Camorra, Espíritu Maligno, Guerrero Negro Jr.
3) Estrellita, Luna Mágica, Marcela vs Amapola, Dallys la Caribeña, Tiffany
4) Pegasso, Stigma, Stuka Jr. vs Namajague, Sangre Azteca, Virus
5) Máximo, Rush, Titán vs Tama Tonga, Terrible, Vangellys
6) Atlantis & La Sombra vs Último Guerrero & Volador Jr.

IWRG Zona XXI: 2013-11-10
taped 2013-11-10 @ Arena Naucalpan
1) Alfa & Omega vs Fulgor I & Fulgor II and Atomic Star & Electro Boy
2) Astro Rey Jr., Chico Che, Dragón Celestial vs Imposible, Nimrod, Oficial 911
3) X-Fly vs VenenoEl Hijo del DiabloGolden MagicApolo Estrada Jr.Trauma IIDoukiSpartanAnubis BlackPicudo Jr.Hijo de Máscara Año 2000Danny CasasTrauma IAlan ExtremeBombero InfernalEternoSarumanTony RiveraDr. CerebroOficial AK47 [Guerra Revolucionaria]

Noches de Coliseo: 2013-11-10
taped 2013-11-03 @ Arena Coliseo Monterrey
1) Alberto Dos Rios, Hijo Del Mongol Chino, Mongol Chino vs Dulce Kanela, Erika Sotelo, Orquídea Negra

2) Gato Fantasma & Hijo Del Centurion Negro vs Black Metal & Ejecutor

3) Angel Justiciero, Simbolo, Tigre Universitario vs Golden Boy, Mongol Chino, Vaquero Romo


CMLL Guerreros del Ring on 52MX: 2013-10-12

Astral & Olimpico take out the champ


Sacrifica Maya

taped 2013-10-01 @ Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
Astral & Eléctrico vs Pequeño Olímpico & Pequeño Violencia: a much more solid match for the técnicos than their recent (at the time) Arena Mexico appearance – Astral wasn’t missing things by a foot this time. Pequeño Violencia, on the other hand, didn’t look good and did not seem much into the match. Olímpico was fine and the match was generally the same, getting better in the end

Guerrero Maya straight on tope

taped 2013-10-06 @ Arena Mexico

Virus ringpost armdrag

Virus vs Guerrero Maya Jr. for the CMLL World Super Lightweight Championship: EXCELLENT – the best testament to the quality of this match is how people reacted to the Guerrero/Malenko cradle reversal spot. An overdone cliché spot that never ends a match, got people to believe it might actually end that way. (Since a hold no one was expected actually did it, the people probably should’ve expected it!) All three falls were great fun and built on top of each other well. The first two falls were as much a fight as a Rush match, just a fight over skill rather than force, and they both beautifully built into the finish. The third fall was more like a normal CMLL big match, thought his one had runs of offense and guys in trouble for minutes only to rally back (and a lot more than move and a kickout.) They even brought back the finish of the previous match from two years ago as a near fall, which I don’t even know if most people who saw this remembered but really worked well if you did. They did everything right here. This is one of the best matches of the year.


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Hijo de Mascara Ano 2000 wins Guerra Revolucionaria

IWRG (SUN) 11/10/2013 Arena Naucalpan [IWRG]
1) Emperador Azteca & Sky Ángel b Matrix Jr. & Zurdog
2) Atomic Star & Electro Boy b Alfa & Omega and Fulgor I & Fulgor II
Alfa & Omega were beat first, then the Fulgors.
3) Imposible, Nimrod, Oficial 911 b Astro Rey Jr., Chico Che, Dragón Celestial
Rudos took 1/3.
4) Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 b X-Fly, Veneno, El Hijo del Diablo, Golden Magic, Apolo Estrada Jr., Trauma II, Douki, Spartan, Anubis Black, Picudo Jr., Danny Casas, Trauma I, Alan Extreme, Bombero Infernal, Eterno, Saruman, Tony Rivera, Dr. Cerebro, Oficial AK47 [Guerra Revolucionaria, #1 Contenders, Rey del Ring]
Hijo de Mascara Ano 2000 defeated Trauma I to win, will get a title shot against Oficial 911 at some point.

2/3/4 aired LAS. Second match was quick but violent. Main event was expected chaos. Anubis Black appears to be another Trauma – maybe trainee Leroy who had a similar outfit?

Black Terry Jr. has photos of the Coliseo Coacalco show with Shu el Guerrero versus Negro Navarro and the RCH show.

Ciber Payaso took Euforia (Monterrey)’s hair in Arena Coliseo Monterrey.

The lineups for the Puebla lucha libre expo are expected to be announced today.

Dinamic Black and Fresero Jr. talk about their tag title win.

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