taped 2013-04-19 @ Arena Mexico
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AAA Fusion (SUN) 05/26/2013 Deportivo Toltitlan, Tultitlan, Estado de Mexico [AAA]
1) Flamita, Gotita de Plata, Saturno b Carta Brava Jr., Danny Casas, Eterno
Carta Brava & Eterno made it over here instead of IWRG. Danny Casas and Gotita de Plata’s debut.
2) Mamba & Yuriko b Chica Ye-Ye & Pasion Kristal
Chica Ye-ye, who had been in last year’s QPPLC, debuted here. Yuriko pinned him with a German suplex for the win.
3) Dinastía & Máscarita Divina b Mini Abismo Negro & Mini Charly Manson
Divina beat Manson for the win.
4) Devil Rocker, Soul Rocker, Uro Rocker b Alebrije, Espíritu, Súper Fly
Uro Rocker replaced Machine Rocker, a tragic change. Especially for Alebrije and Cuije – Uro sat on them both for the win.
5) Crazy Boy & Joe Lider DQ Halloween & Psicosis
Psicosis beat Crazy Boy with a super Arabian facebuster, but the Perros kept beat up the tecnicos and Piero called for an excessive violence DQ. Psicosis couldn’t believe such a thing and complained he was robbed of a win.
6) Cibernético & El Mesías b Chessman & Parka Negra
Mesias splashed Parka Negra for the clean pin.
Air Date: 06/05, 06/12, maybe even 06/19
I’m with Psicosis – a disqualification for beating up tecnicos after the match? The Perros can’t just do whatever they’d like? This doesn’t sound like the AAA I know.
No Machine Rocker = no fun times.
I hope these shows turn back interesting after TripleMania, but the opener and the minis match sound good.
AAA FULL (SAT) 05/25/2013 Plaza de la Constitucion, Distrito Federal [Black Terry Jr. (flickr), Estrellas del Ring, R de Rudo]
1) Ángel Del Amor, Charly Madrid, Maiden, Nemesis AAA b Maldito Jr., Matrix, Raider, Súper Bufón
Maiden – who is not Raider – replaced Marabunta Jr.
2) Canek Jr., Hijo de Máscara Año 2000, Pirata Morgan Jr., Scorpio Jr. b Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Máscara Sagrada, Oriental, Villano V
Match changed around, with Octagon missing.
3) Axel, Huracan Ramirez, Octagón, Tinieblas Jr. DQ Cien Caras Jr., El Hijo del Medico Asesino, El Hijo del Solitario, Pirata Morgan
Octagon replaced Mil Mascaras, who appeared in gear but did not wrestle. Tecnicos took the first, rudos took the second. In the third, the lights went out, a bunch of mystery men in black attacked everyone, and Mil Mascaras, Blue Demon and Tinieblas made the save.
Show in the Mexico City Zocalo, put on in part by the government. It rained, but crowd was said to still be good. Every time someone gets permission to run a show there, I remark how great it looked and how neat it would to have a TV taping in that location. It’s still true; BT’s pictures look amazing. Tinieblas, Blue Demon and Mil Mascaras were recognized on the show, and it was announced another show would take place there on September 15 (which is the Sunday before what might be the Anniversary show.)
Terra wrote an article about the show – or rather, about Hijo del Santo not being on the show. He was pictured in the advertising, never was actually asked to appear, and there was the usual bit of everyone blaming everyone else for the mix up.
CMLL (SUN) 05/26/2013 Arena Coliseo [CMLL on Terra]
1) Höruz & Robin b Apocalipsis & Zayco
Tecnicos took 2/3.
2) Disturbio & Raziel b Leono & Soberano Jr.
Straight falls. Soberano landed on his head hard after a powerbomb to end the first fall and was clearly shaken up in the second. Match might have ended a fall early due to it, but he was in more pain after the powerbomb to beat him in the second.
3) Demus 3:16 b Eléctrico, Shockercito, Bam Bam, Aéreo, Fantasy, Pequeño Violencia, Mercurio, Pequeño Nitro, Pequeño Warrior [cibernetico]
Tecnicos vs rudos. Match went about 24 minutes and was pretty good. Eliminations went Merucrio (Aero spanish fly), Fantasy (Warrior chokeslam), Aereo (Nitro’s usual wheelbarrow frontcracker), Electrico (Violencia with a leglock that didn’t look good), Warrior (Shockercito reinera), Nitro (Bam Bam powerbomb), Violencia & Shockercito (Violencia tapatia to double pin), and Bam Bam (Demus sunset flip roll thru and ropes grab.) Bam Bam, who looked back in form, complained after the match. The celebrating mini rudos all attacked him, with the tecnicos rushing out from the back to make the save. Hasty challenges were made and accepted for a cage match next week.
4) Diamante Azul, Guerrero Maya Jr., Thunder b Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Niebla Roja
Tecnicos took 1/3 in a below average match due to poor performances from the usual people.
5) Máscara Dorada, Mistico, Valiente b Averno, Felino, Negro Casas
Tecnicos took Dorada won three weeks in a row, so Negro agreed to a title match next Sunday.
Stream didn’t show the opening match or the first fall of the second match. I thought I was recording the show. It turned out to be a, uh, learning experience. Maybe Terra will post it.
Still, there’s a good chance for everything of merit to just air on 52MX, because only the cibernetico and the main event worth worthwhile. Semimain in particular was problematic. Minis cibernetico was really good, helped by Bam Bam being back in great form but everyone really having a good night. This sudden set up to cage match is very similar to what CMLL did in Guadalajara last October/November, where Pequeno Warrior beat Shockercito using the ropes in a cibernetico the first week, then Warrior lost his hair to Shockercito the following week. I don’t know that Demus is necessarily losing – with the big three of Olimpico, Pierrothito and Ultimo Dragoncito conspicuously not included in this match, it’s really not that big of a stretch for anyone to lose their hair or mask given how they’re used.
Nice of Negro to give Dorada credit for the win last week. I know CHIKARA has one of their semiannual iPPVs next Sunday, starting a hour before CMLL’s show but likely finishing up at about the same time, and that’s also a show I’d really like to see, but Mascara Dorada vs Negro Casas should be outstanding and the cage match should include people doing crazy things. Get two screens, or find a way to block spoilers one of them.
This was absurdly short show; CMLL was done in under two hours. It might have just worked out that way because the second match went short, but the main event felt hurried. It might have been because of the LigaMX final (starting an hour later); it was close enough already to hurt the attendance. There was also weirdly an earthquake drill in Arena Coliseo right after the show ended; maybe someone said they had to have it have a drill at 7, and they didn’t want it to happen during the show? It seems flimsy, but this was an odd one.
CMLL (SUN) 05/26/2013 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [@acogdl]
2) Azteca de Oro & Virgo DQ Demonio Rojo & Magnum
Tecnicos took 1/3.
3) Bárbaro Cavernario b Metatrón, Esfinge, Black Metal, Halcón de Plata, El Hippie, Maléfico, Espectrum, Leo, Exterminador, Demonio Maya, Mr. Trueno [cibernetico]
Teams were determined by battle royal: Esfinge, Black Metal, Extreminador, Demonio Maya, Halcon de Plata, Metatron vs Malefico, Leo, Barbaro Cavernario, Metatron, Hippie, Mr. Trueno. Eliminations: Halcon de Plata (Malefico), Metatron (Exterminador), Demonio Maya (Leo), Malefico (Exterminador), Espectrum (Leo), Hippie (Extreminador), Exterminador (DQ for fouling Leo), Leo (Black Metal), Black Metal (Barbaro faked a knee injury, fouled Black Metal, won.)
4) Delta, Gallo, La Sombra b Dragón Rojo Jr., Pólvora, Rey Escorpión
Rudos took 1/3, Gallo pinning Rey Escorpion and challenging for a title shot.
Title match seems on for Sunday. Rey Escorpion having a great match with Gallo would only help his WOTY candidacy.
AAA results will follow in their own post.
No results from the DTU show, but DTU did say Ciclope won their vacant title. That’s a very surprising result, a winner who’s not a name from elsewhere and is not a big guy. Ciclope has bled as much as anyone for this group.
Even IWRG didn’t seem to post results from their early show today, but LAS did air the regular show. It was later than usual, but one of the smoother broadcast. Maybe that’s show was just already done and not live; I’d definitely trade getting a 3 or 7 day delayed IWRG broadcast for a more reliable one. Attendance also seemed much better than normal standards, so moving it up earlier in the day to avoid the LigaMX final worked. Navarros kept the IWRG IC Tag belts over the Piratas in a match that came down to Hijo del Pirata and Trauma I after the other two had drawn. I only saw a little bit of Fenix/Dinamic Black/Trauma II vs Fresero/Black Terry/Pentagon Jr. (Eterno & Carta Brava scheduled but working Fusion instead) but it looked like it was very good. Ultimo Gladiador wrestled unmasked; not sure if that was a commission thing or what. No Elisa, and the interview area broke down into a fight by the end of the night. Black Terry Jr. already has pictures up.
Titan lost in his first BOSJ match with Baretta. That seems like a poor sign for his prospects, but someone who struggles early always makes a run. His next match is Tuesday against novato Hiromu Takahashi; Titan should win that, or there’s some serious problems.
Rob has highlights of 11/04/94 AAA.
LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.
CMLL is heading to Cancun.
The Mexico City lucha libre commission held a licensing test. It turns out there’s only 30 people in all of Mexico City who want to be a luchador and are unlicensed.
Héctor Garza, real name Héctor Solano Segura, has passed away today due to lung cancer. He was 43.
Garza was a regional star in Monterrey early in his career, following in the footsteps of his father. Garza came CMLL in 1994 as their new young star, trying to fill the large void still left after the exodus of luchadors to AAA. Hector would go on to be a major star in every significant promotion in Mexico: traveling to AAA in 1997, then Promo Azteca later that year, and briefly returning to CMLL before a longer and successful run in AAA. Garza made a surprise return to CMLL 2004, and partnered with old friend Perro Aguayo Jr. to form the Perros del Mal faction for perhaps the biggest run of his career. Garza eventually split from Aguayo but remained an influential figure in CMLL. Garza returned to AAA one more time in 2011, and was working with them until the cancer was discovered.
Outside of Mexico, Garza was part of the crew of luchadors who worked for WCW, was back with AAA went they worked with WWE on a Royal Rumble, and worked a stint for TNA. Garza worked everywhere. He was also clearly influential with younger luchadors, with many of them in CMLL particularly clearly taking after him.
Hector leaves behind a wife and two kids.
AAA Evolucion (FRI) 05/24/2013 Auditorio Municipal de Tampico [AAA]
1) Carta Brava Jr., Eita, Mike Segura b Freelance, Mamba, Saturno
Segura and Freelance made it this week! Saturno & Eita making their debuts. Segura was last on a main AAA taping in August 1997.
2) Faby Apache, Flamita, Octagoncito b Eterno, Mini Charly Manson, Taya Valkyrie
Faby pinned Charly with a Tiger suplex.
3) Angélico & Jack Evans b Crazy Boy & Joe Lider
Said to be a very good match. Jack beat Crazy with a 630 senton.
4) Escoria, Fénix, La Parka b Daga, Parka Negra, Pentagón Jr.
Fenix won it for his team, only for Villano V to run in and help the rudos beat up the tecnicos after the match. V5 said his El Toreo team was ready for Parka, Octagon and Electroshock (apparent third man), but did not reveal his partners.
5) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown b Máscara Año 2000 Jr., Silver King, Villano IV
Parka ran in and attacked Villano IV, setting up the Psycho Clown frog splash and win.
6) Cibernético b el Hijo del Perro Aguayo
Seconds were Daga and Escoria, but both were knocked out. Cibernetico beat Perro with a chokeslam onto chairs. Joaquin and Konnan came to the ring after the match, Perro demanded another fall, but Joaquin said he must wait until TripleMania.
Air Date: 06/02. It could be a double taping. Either this show or Toluca will be, and I’m guessing it’s going to be the Toluca taping. Since Fusion is taping this week, the other matches will either turn up on UTDN or not at all.
We still don’t know who Villano IV’s partners are, but we do have a sense of the AAA team. The main event pretty strongly indicates how the TripleMania main event is going to resolve, though I think that’s the outcome people mostly figured. Same might apply for the tag match.
AAA has a Fusion taping on Sunday, though any big developments might wait until Thursday’s show in Toluca or Tuesday’s press conference. Something going on every two days!
CMLL (FRI) 05/24/2013 Arena Mexico [CMLL]
1) Molotov & Sensei b Artillero & Súper Comando
Tecnicos took falls 1/3.
2) La Seductora, Princesa Blanca, Princesa Sugheit b Dalis la Caribeña, Marcela, Silueta
Rudas took 2/3
3) Averno, Ephesto, Mephisto DQ Blue Panther, Rey Cometa, Stuka Jr.
Rudos took 2/3, Averno faking a foul from Panther in the last. Panther challenged Averno to a hair match. Averno would not agree.
4) Hijo del Fantasma b Sangre Azteca [En Busca de un Idolo]
Fantasma won with his Phantom Attack into an armbar in a good match. Negro slightly distracted Sangre Azteca before the finish, giving Fantasma time to run up the ramp. Fantasma scored a 9/7/7/4 for a 27. Sangre Azteca scored a 8, 7, 5, 2 for a 22.
5) Valiente DQ Misterioso Jr. [En Busca de un Idolo]
Misterioso had Valiente beat with an armbar, but would not release the hold. Just an okay match. Misterioso blamed the referee and argued with Virus, but clearly was at fault for not letting go of the hold. Valiente scored a 8, 4, 5, 4 for a 21. Misterioso cared even less what the judges had to say this time around, and kept looking at the crowd instead (especially after he was hit by a drink), greatly upsetting Ultimo Guerrero. Judges all ripped Misterioso, and he scored a 2, 3, 1, 1 for a 7, the lowest total ever by far.
6) Mr. Águila, Negro Casas, Volador Jr. b Máscara Dorada, Rush, Super Porky
Rudos had Mije & Zacarias with them, and the mascots managed to get along. Rudos cheated to win. Rush & Negro Casas and Mr. Aguila & Super Porky made challenges post match.
7) Atlantis, La Máscara, La Sombra b Pierroth, Shinsuke Nakamura, Último Guerrero
Quick two fall match. Pierroth is still bad and should be assumed to be bad until further updates. Sombra beat Nakamura and challenged for his title again. Nakamura agreed this week.
It looks like the usual June CMLL show will be a cage match with unmasked luchadors. All the sudden challenges on the show – Averno, Blue Panther, Rush, Negro Casas, Mr. Aguila, Brazo de Plata – point that way. They need two to six more guys to fill out the field but they can find them. Doing all of the challenges on one show suggest the cage match is sooner rather than later – June 14 or June 16, the weekend of TripleMania. Aguila being involved takes care of the hair match that never quite got around to happening.
Mistieroso’s flame out is a thing to see. It could be some out of character storyline for CMLL, setting up Misterioso as a great rebel, but it doesn’t feel like a storyline. It feels like Misterioso thinks this whole thing is stupid. Still, what’s just as stupid is that finish. I’d assume Misterioso and Valiente aren’t deciding the results to their own matches or how they get to results, which would mean someone in CMLL gave them a finish which everyone should’ve know was going to annoy the fans and cause the judges to rate them lower because of that finish. Valiente and Misterioso were sabotaged by the booking. That seems unfair in a contest like this, or suggests this whole event is more scripted than it seems.
That 7 score for Misterioso is bad, but Tiger getting a 6 for polling the first week was actually far worse. No one’s getting past the low 30s for judging scores in the first set of matches and most scores are only separated by a couple points. Someone’s getting a 40 in the polling every week, the results are more spread out, and so guys at the bottom like Tiger are in trouble quick. Tiger and Misterioso need big changes to advance to the final 4, it’s nearly down to six luchadors after a week and a half.
Rob has highlights of 05/10/2012 CMLL.
Porra Fresa has a preview of Monday’s card.
El Pulpo is out with a shoulder injury.
Toro Bill Jr. says he’s returning to Arena Puebla soon.
IWRG (THU) 05/30/2013 Arena Naucalpan
1) Atomic Star vs Power Bull
2) Cristal, Rayo Tapatío I, Saruman vs Alan Extreme, Diosa Maya, Imposible
3) Centvrión, Chico Che, Golden Magic vs Apolo Estrada Jr., Temerario Infernal, Tomahawk
4) Dinamic Black, Trauma I, Trauma II vs Canis Lupus, Factor, Oficial 911
5) Eterno vs Hijo de Pirata Morgan [IWRG IC MIDDLE]
Eterno is champion. Second defense
Main event progresses just like would’ve been expected if Thursday’s show had not been canceled. When is Centvrion getting his title shot?
Tomhawk is booked in EVOLVE this night and will probably be there instead of here.
CMLL (FRI) 05/31/2013 Arena Mexico
1) Soberano Jr. & Stigma vs Espanto Jr. & Guerrero Negro Jr.
2) Lluvia, Marcela, Silueta vs Amapola, La Seductora, Tiffany
Lluvia’s return (maybe this time)
3) Blue Panther, Shocker, Super Porky vs Averno, Mr. Águila, Rey Escorpión
would be Shocker’s return.
4) Stuka Jr. vs Misterioso Jr. [En Busca de un Idolo]
5) Fuego vs Sangre Azteca [En Busca de un Idolo]
6) Máscara Dorada, Mistico, Valiente vs Ephesto, Mephisto, Volador Jr.
7) Shinsuke Nakamura vs La Sombra [IWGP IC]
Nakamura is champion, going for his ninth defense.
A lot of stuff going on much sooner than figured. Nakamura is around for a couple more weeks, but the title match is happening now. I don’t feel good about Sombra’ chances.
Lluvia may still be hurt. Shocker should still be on the reality show. She may be good to go and he may be allowed to wrestle while his show is still taping, but it also may be CMLL having plain incorrect lineups again. Shocker hasn’t posted on Twitter of late, and I’d expect to see a flood of messages once he’s off the island. If Shocker is around, he’s obviously going to be part of any cage match.
Viva La Lucha Kickstarter, AAA in Tampico, En Busca de Un Idolo, PdM 5th Anniversary, Lobos Americanos
Viva La Lucha’s Kickstarter went live yesterday. This is the project to shoot a pilot for a wrestling show and web episodes to go with. The plan using both Mexican and US indy luchadors, with the concept that the guys with differing styles would get more used to each other and used to working TV tapings, while the producers would have a show they could shop around. From the lucha side, Extreme Tiger, Bestia 666, Pesadilla, Mortiz and Hijo de Rey Misterio are mentioned as wanting to work the shows and they plan on bringing in at least one Solar/Negro Navarro type. They’re also working with Pro Wrestling Revolucion, so La Migra from TxT would be on the show, along with other familiar names. Bernado and Jose from Tercera Caida would be handling the Spanish Language commentary.
The various tiers include getting a live iPPV of the tapings, getting downloadable versions of the finished product, getting into a Q&A session with Konnan and Sean Waltman, and getting the vote on the one wrestler they’re bring in from England and AAA. There’s a lot more detail in the link if you’re the slightest bit interested, and they’re going to need a lot of people being interested: they need $60,000 to reach their goal, or it all the money gets refunded. They have a long way to go, but they also have until July 2 to get there. I plan on throwing in money, but I haven’t decided which level to go with. I think I kind of have to get at least the one with live Konnan commentary.
There’s an interview with Masked Republic’s Ruben Zamora about the Kickstarter campaign on the debut We Want Lucha podcast. They also have an interview with Konnan about his career.
AAA has an Evolucion taping tonight in Tampico. The big match for the show is Cibernetico vs Perro Aguayo Jr., leading into their hair match on TripleMania. The two have only had one prior singles match, back in 2008 in Monterrey as part of a Perros del Mal show. That match went to a draw, and that might be the inconclusive finish here. The semimain has another Consejo vs Psycho Circus match, where La Parka might get involved. AAA had a press conference for the show yesterday, and an autograph signing today. La Parka said AAA has always been a serious business.
AAA announced Blue Demon and Mesias would have their singles match at TripleMania. In a bit of surprise, it’s not for the Blue Legacy championship brought up in interviews, but for the now vacant Latin American championship. I’m also a little surprised they declared that title vacate; if Wagner is coming back to AAA, then Park could’ve always come back to continue the feud even more and just stayed champion. Apparently AAA doesn’t think that’ s happening. This feels like the first match of a longer feud (might take the thru the rest of the year), where the story of the result might be more about Mesias’ actions than the result.
AAA probably should announce more tonight. That La Parka vs Villano match looks like it should be clearer.
The first week of En Busca de un Idolo ended last night, with the polls for the first round closed. (It was opened, and Misterioso almost immediately had 15,000 votes.) Valiente got the full 40 poll points for winning week 1. CMLL Gaceta says Valiente ended up with 210,120 votes. (I’m suddenly tempted to give Valiente about five million votes to see what would happen.) Overall standings are
62 Stuka Jr.
58 Hijo del Fantasma – who had a slight meltdown on Twitter last night after he found out people are messing with the polls. I gave him 300 votes to help him feel better.
45 Sangre Azteca
43 Misterioso Jr. – his totals add up to 33, so I think the poll point total has a typo
The rest of tonight’s show at Arena Mexico includes another Sombra/Nakamura trios, and a rare appearance by Rey Cometa where he doesn’t face the demon Namajague.
No IWRG show last night due to the random cancellation.
LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.
Rob has highlights of 04/15/13 AAA.
Bill has highlights of 05/05/12 CMLL.
- Cronicas Y Leyendas writes about the professionalism of Santo, Doink vs Super Muneco, and Andre el Gigante’s last match in Mexico.
- Silueta action figures.
- The varied career paths of Action Figure Mistico.
- Fundraiser show for Guerrero Andromeda, who suffered a bad leg injury on a show.
- GALLI announced they’ll be working with WWL.
- Texano Jr., Mascara Ano 2000 Jr. and Silver King face Electroshock, La Parka and Dr. Wagner Jr. on 06/05 in Arena Aficion.
- Terra has a gallery of Canek pictures; there’s no link to whatever article it belongs with.
Lucha Libre in Japan
Super Crazy announced he’ll too be headed to NOAH. He says two months, and he’ll probably be Pesadilla’s partner in the tag tournament.
Titan had the day off from the NJPW Best of Super Juniors, but Mr. Cacao has many new Titan masks. Other wrestlers had matches but it scarcely matters since Titan’s clearly going to win the whole thing. Titan kicks off his epic run on Sunday morning against Barreta.
AAA FULL (SAT) 05/25/2013 Plaza de la Constitucion, Distrito Federal
1) Ángel Del Amor, Charly Madrid, Marabunta Jr., Nemesis AAA vs Maldito Jr., Matrix, Raider, Súper Bufón
2) Hijo de Mascara Sagrada, Octagón, Oriental, Villano V vs Canek Jr., Hijo de Máscara Año 2000, Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Scorpio Jr.
3) Axel, Huracan Ramirez, Mil Mascaras, Tinieblas Jr. vs Cien Caras Jr., El Hijo del Medico Asesino, El Hijo del Solitario, Pirata Morgan
Outdoor show in the heart of Mexico City, celebrating “80 years of lucha libre.”
I bet “Raider” is Maiden in the opener. Pick a name people can spell, you’ll get farther in life.
PdM (SUN) 06/09/2013 Domo del Plan Sexenal
***Perros del Mal 5th Anniversary show***
1) ? vs ??
2) ? vs ??
3) Faby Apache & Mary Apache vs Trauma I & Trauma II
4) Psicosis vs Daga, Ricky Marvin, Peligro, Dowki, Eita [PdM MIDDLE]
5) el Hijo del Perro Aguayo vs Cibernético, Canek, Dr. Wagner Jr.
I’m pretty sure Perros del Mal already held a 5th Anniversary show, but this time it might be the right year.
Hooray, a new title that’ll be defended maybe once a year. Congrats to Ricky Marvin?
Main event is the same match as the Arena Lopez Mateos anniversary show, except Cibernetico replaces Park.
FLM (SUN) 06/30/2013 Auditorio Siglo XXI, Yucatan, Merida
1) Ángel del Misterio, Dave The Clown, Demasiado, Psico Kid vs Dragosth, Gargola, Golden, Juana La Loca
Psico Kid’s team represents ICHIBAN, the other team are members of Demencia Dorada
2) Fly Warrior, Shadow, Tornado (DF) vs Belial, Fly Metalik, Metaleon
3) Faby Apache & Keira vs ? & La Sádica
Mystery luchadora is Canadian
4) Argenis, Fenix (AAA), Yuta vs Argos, Crazy Boy, Pentagón Jr.
Nino Harmburgesa will be with Crazy Boy
5) Máscara Año 2000 Jr., Silver King, Texano Jr. vs Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards, Tomahawk T.T.
Lobos Americanos! Seemingly one of a few shows the ROH guys will be appearing on; Fusion Sports is bringing them in. DTU also announced Edwards & Davey would be in for them in July. Probably early July! Davey worked for IWL in 2011 and was supposed to be back for Daga’s show, but there was an odd story where he said he was hurt in a car accident but still worked a show in the US shortly before. This would be Edwards’ debut in Mexico.
Yuta and Tomahawk are on the card, but Eita is conspicuously absent.