CMLL on ClaroSports.com: 2017-10-27 

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Recapped: 10/27/2017

Matches: 

Starman & Stigma beat Metálico & Nitro
(15:28 [8:38, 3:33, 3:17], 2/3, below average)

Amapola, Dalys, Reyna Isis beat La Jarochita, La Vaquerita, Marcela
(13:09 [5:46, 2:48, 4:35], 2/3, ok)

Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón beat Esfinge, Guerrero Maya Jr., The Panther
(14:34 [4:58, 2:39, 6:57], 1/3, good)

Soberano Jr. beat Mephisto in a lightning match
(9:17, top rope tornillo, good)

Diamante Azul, Marco Corleone, Niebla Roja beat Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Vangellys
(10:44 [3:34, 1:49, 5:21], 2/3, ok)

Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero beat Mistico, Valiente, Volador Jr.
(12:28 [2:51, 1:55, 7:42], 1/3, great)

What happened: 

Soberano tornillo

Nothing really. On a low level, CMLL built towards the heavyweight title match they already had announced (Diamante Azul beating Terrible) and set the ground work for two more (Soberano/Mephisto, Guerreros/Sky Team), but nothing was played up much and it’s unlikely those are actually happening. CMLL showed off next week’s title match, and pushed the Dia de Muertos concept hard, and didn’t really do anything else.

Thoughts: 

The two trios in the main event picked right up where they left off. The match was good then took off in the third fall to some hectic madness. It was overall a lot smoother than the NGD match, and the pace was more amazing the Soberano one. It wasn’t exactly the same match as before: 2017 Gran Guerrero is easily better than 2016. Last year’s model didn’t have enough offense to wreck all the técnicos like this one did here, and he seemed more confident taking the big técnico spots. He probably could use more singles matches to push him to expand more, but the chances they’ve given Gran Guerrero in 2017 have led him to being a more complete wrestler. (His older brother still out did him with the dive catch bit.) I don’t think they did everything here – Mistico has many more ways to almost die than he got in tonight – so hopefully the outcome does lead to a title match sometime soon.

Cuatrero springboard elbow drop

The semimain was the usual regular match that I didn’t connect to at all. Vangellys spear on Marco looked good. So did Diamante Azul’s german suplex. Those are three sentences.

Lightning match was a total Soberano showcase, giving him a chance to do all his moves and dives. That’s kind of every big Mephisto match: he’ll do a few matches but he’ll mostly just base, and Soberano looked spectacular and fresh enough to make it work. The pace was slower than you’d like from a Soberano match, kind of thanks to the dive and Soberano playing dead outside the guardrail to set up another big move. They were both selling dead in under four minutes. It was probably to pace the match out for close to 10 minutes, and they did pull that off. This match should go somewhere, though I’m not dying to see them again because I’m not sure what’s left to do.

The tercera was leagues better than two matches that preceded it. That’s not saying much, but they were giving time and tried to make it a memorable match. NGD are advanced up to doing their double teams twice, to set up the second one going wrong for the comeback. They have a lot of ideas, even if they’re still working on getting them to work in the context of a match. Esfinge and Cuatrero did not seem to be on the same page. There was some spot the rudo was going to do during the beatdown but instead time just stood still, and they seemed off when they were back together in the third fall. The set up to the second set of triple dives seemed weird too, with the técnicos milling about doing nothing waiting for the rudos to get in position. Neither of these were dealbreakers, but places where they can still improve.

Sky Team

The women’s match looked rough on paper and lived up to those expectations. Vaquerita’s dive looked like it was going bad the whole way and ended worse. She was taking a million little steps and that seems like the wrong way to go about it. Reina Isis seems like Marcela’s personal project of an opponent. It’s good to see someone trying, and Reina Isis was at least definitely no longer the worse person in this match. She slows down before doing every move, though, which is hurt the impact. She also doesn’t seem to have all that many moves, another problem.

The opener was a thoroughly boring and useless match with neither side showing much interest. Metalico seemed to mess up breaking up a pin that got Nitro eliminated and the third fall over quicker than usual, so that worked out for the viewer. Stigma’s dive was nice.

the aforementioned dive

Sky Team versus Guerreros Laguneros tonight in Arena Mexico

CMLL

CMLL hypes tonight’s show around the Sky Team being back together. They’ve been broken up because, uh, CMLL just hasn’t bothered to put them in the same matches. This is their first match as a trio in Arena Mexico since Homenaje a Dos Leyendas, and that’s all for 2017 Arena Mexico matches for the top tecnico trio. It’s also their only top trio of the year. CMLL did a lot of Mistico, Valiente and Volador against the Guerreros and other trios teams, and has backed away from it this year. We know they won’t be doing a title match next week, because Mistico & Volador are announced as being in the Rey del Inframundo tournament, it’s just likely a one week match to come up with something in between tournaments.

This is very much a non-entity show in terms of ongoing rivalries. Negro Casas & Sam Adonis have the week off and there’s nothing else going on. It’s a lot of random trios matches, like a Tuesday card. The NGD match is usually good, and they’ve got Guerrero Maya, T. Panther and Esfinge to work with. The only singles match on the show is Soberano getting his first match with notable enemy of flying tecnicos Mephisto. Soberano’s the one with the momentum, but beating Mephisto one on one would still be an upset for him at this point. The semimain is sort of a heavyweight title preview with Diamante Azul & Terrible on opposite sides of a trios match, but they didn’t butild that much up on Monday’s show and this will probably be no different. Marco, Niebla Roja, Rey Bucanero and Vangellys fill out the spots in the match. The opening matches are Starman & Stigma vs Metalico & Nitro, and Jarochita, Vaquerita, and Marcela against Amapola, Dalys and Reyna Isis, neither of which sounds that promising. The show starts at 8:30pm CT on Claro, but this might be one worth turning in just in time for the main event or skipping entirely.

Last Saturday’s Ultimo Guerrero/Gran Guerrero vs Diamatne Azul/Caristico main event, had a tiny turnout.

Lucha Brothers versus Ultimo Ninja & Mecha Wolf in Brownsville, Texas had a really big turnout. That’s a credit to the local promoters (3 BAT), who seemed to get about 1,500 people in the building.

Alberto el Patron announced a 11/21 show in Mexico City, to raise money for earthquake victims. It’s basically a FULL show (Alberto, Dos Caras, Tinieblas vs Pirata Morgan, Hijo del Pirata Morgan, Psicosis main event) with cheap tickets to try to raise a lot of money.

Diamante Azul is dedicating his title match to Hector Garza.

Argenis was the guest on this week’s AAA Zona Ruda.

LuchaWorld has the latest news update.

Lucha Libre VOZ is running a show at taco festival in Lafayette, Louisiana. There were a lot of taco festivals with lucha libre this year in the US this year; I hardly mention them because the details on the lucha rarely go more in depth than “there will be the lucha libre!”. (This preview is amusingly over the top.) It’s probably a pretty decent gig for the people who can those spots. It feels like a market LU definitely should’ve been in, or AAA should be aiming it, but it’s also a situation where the name value we might ascribe doesn’t resonate to the people putting these shows together. It’s all lucha libre to them.

Lineups

The Crash (THU) 12/21/2017 Plaza de Toros La Bien Paga, Tapachula, Chiapas
1) ? & ?? vs ??? & ????
2) ? & ?? vs ??? & ????
3) Flamita vs Jack Evans
4) Gallo Sureño Jr. & M-ximo vs Gallo Traidor & Pierroth
5) Daga & The King vs Bestia 666 & Garza Jr.
6) Penta Zero M & Rey Misterio 619 vs La Máscara & Rush

I don’t know how many people in Chiapas are reading this, so this lineup is probably not really useful except to let you know Flamita vs Jack Evans is happening and you aren’t going to see it. It does seem help clarify The Crash schedule: a long tour in early November, a shorter late November/early December run (with LA Park & maybe Ricochet), and another mid?/late? December group of shows. They are scaling up.

lucha TV preview for weekend of October 27th

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AAA finished off Heroes Inmortales. Four matches on AAA show probably means none of these are going to last too much on TV. One of these matches is a royal rumble style match which sort of has to take a while, which leaves even less for the rest. I guess this is good news for people who dislike lucha cage matches like me.

None of the CMLL really pops out this week. I guess the main event on Tuesday is worth paying attention to, since one of those tecnicos will probably be defending against one of those rudos. Niebla Roja just defended his title twice, none of them are really heavyweights, so maybe Angel de Oro versus Mephisto is the random direction.

FILL beats Indy Nation again, Lucha de Barrio, Volador/UG

IWRG FILL (WED) 10/25/2017 Arena Naucalpan [+LuchaTV, Estrellas del RingThe Gladiatores]
1) Bambino, Dinámico, Dranzer b Dragón, Kraken, Satán X
2) Chicanito, Keiser Drago, Power Bull b Dragón hOrus, Haziel, Odín
3) Celestial Boy, Hijo Del Bombero, Shadow Boy b Charly Boy, Guerrero 2000, Rayado
4) Adrenalina, Dr. Maligno, Skanda DCOR Ángel Oriental, Full Contac, Orión Plus
5) Black Dragón, Leo, Mike b Lunatic Xtreme, New Warrior, Toxin
6) Arez & King Strong L Black Terry & Warrior Jr. and Cometa & Yakuza and Cadilac & Oficial 911 and Mara Salvatrucha & Súper Pinocho and Dr. Cerebro & Motocross and Balak & Guerrero Mixtico and Dragón Bane & Fantasma de la Ópera and Robin Maravilla & X-Corpio and Hip Hop Man & La Mosca and Internacional Pantera & Silver Dragón
Rules of the match were each maestro started the match, then would be replaced by their student when they escaped the match. The last student left would lose their mask or hair. Teams were Indy Nation (Arez & King Strong), Arena Lopez Mateos (Yakuza & Cometa), Gym Zeus (Oficial 911 & Cadilac), Gym Metropolitano (Super Pinocho & Mara Salvatrucha), Gym FILL (Black Terry & Warrior Jr.), Gym Cerbero (Dr. Cerbero & Motocross), Grm Rivera (Guerrero Mixtico & Balack), Gym LLBoom (Fantasma de la Opera & Dragon Bane), Gym Pista Pebellon (Robin Marvilla & X-Corpio) & Gym Argentina (Hip Hop Man & La Mosca) and Gym Queretaro (Internacional Pantera, Silver Dragon). Match ended with Warrior Jr. defeating King Strong, who was announced as Hugo Sanchez, 19, from Mexico City. Arez, upset about Indy Nation losing, challenged Lunatic Extreme to a hair match.

That’s a long description. You’ll be shocked to know that “King Strong” doesn’t show up in my database for any matches before this show. I’m disappointed in Arez.

The Aroluxe lucha libre pilot is scheduled to tape on December 9 to 11 in Nashville, according to the WON. Alfredo of Lucha World noticed one of the Harris brothers, who work for Aroluxe, at the House of (Steve) Pain show last weekend. That’s surely for talent scouting, and Steve Pain himself would make since for any lucha promotion if Pindar’s death means he’s no longer under LU contract. The story again mentions they’re hoping to pick up people from Lucha Underground if/when the show get canceled. I think it’s unlikely to happen by those dates: El Rey’s deadline will surely have passed by then, but MGM & Lucha Libre FMV might still be shopping the show around other networks.

Terrible says he considered retiring due to injuries, but is feeling better now and feels like he’s looking better and getting better opportunities with the heavyweight title match on Sunday.

Polvora says he and Dragon Rojo still want a tag title shot against Negro Casas & Shocker. I’ve always credited his bodybuilding win as the moment that broke him out from first/second match purgatory, but Polvora here credits the 2012 En Busca de un Idol (where he finished last!) as his big moment.

Lucha de Barrio held a press conference this week this week. What you need to know is this is going to be a every other week show being posted to YouTube for free, starting on November 3rd, on . It appears to be something that’s already been filmed, based on the clips and featuring some of the South American wrestlers who were around during summer. The Facebook page lists Argos, La Mosca (Argentina), El Pibe, Anarky (Arizona), Black Taurus, Zumbi, Harry the Sick (Chile), Taylor Wolf (Chile), Yoruba, Pakal (Arizona), Kumo, Gran Fenuk, Gallo Frances (France). Ludark is on the promotional material, and Aramis was at this press conference. Enrique Yniesta & Javier Cardoso appear to be the announcers. The big concept is people from different barrios (both in Mexico and the rest of the world) fighting each other, with reality show aspects. That’s not that far off from one of the original pitches for Lucha Underground.

This feels a Lucha Underground-ish in other ways, in that it seems to be matches taped in front of either a studio audience or no one at all based on the video teasers they posted. It seems to be something that’s for TV first with the hope of running live episodes off the concept, which is the opposite of everything else in Mexico. I have no idea if this is actually going to be Good – the talent roster is OK but not over the top great, it’s impossible to tell based on what they’ve shown – but it does sound like people trying new ideas and I’m always interested in that. I don’t want to get too excited for this, because we really know nothing about it, but it’s interesting enough that I want to know something about it. The 11/03 debut is the day before I leave, so I have no idea when I’ll watch it, but I’m going to try to do a recap for at least the first one to see if there’s anything there.

An interview with Diamante from almost two months ago, before his AJPW trip, mentions that he’s married to a person in the Andrade familiy. I believe it’s a sister of La Sombra; it’s been talked about before but I’m not sure it’s been mentioned in an interview. That played a role in Diamante leaving CMLL and wrestling around Torreon instead for a while, so he could be closer to her.

Dragon Rojo, who’s not wrestling much due to a show he’s working with TV Azteca, is also working on a YouTube/Facebook show that’ll air Tuesdays at 9 according to Leo Riano.

LuchaWorld has the latest news update, including a recap of Volador in Informa

The latest episode of LuchaTalk is off.

Wrestling With GIFs watched the latest LA Park/Dr. Wagner match, which +Lucha put up in full.

DTU has a playlist on Spotify.

Rey Escorpion promo for the AAA Queretaro TV taping.

AAA has it’s traditional Dia de Muertos offering.

CultIcon starts a series of reviewing a LU Season 4 episodes which could be.

Lineups

IWRG (SUN) 10/29/2017 Arena Naucalpan
1) Shadow Boy vs Power Bull
2) Príncipe Omi vs Demonio Infernal
3) Súper Brazo Jr. & Voltar vs King Strong & Lunatic Extreme
4) Alas de Acero, Aramis, Black Dragón, Dinamic Black vs Liderk, Rayan, Spartan, Spector
5) Dragón Fly © vs La Mosca [AIWA ARGENTINA CRUISER]
3rd defense?
6) Bombero Infernal, Hijo De Dos Caras, Veneno vs Hip Hop Man, Pleitto Castillo, Séptimo Rayo
7) Trauma I & Trauma II vs Capo Del Norte & Capo Del Sur

All Capos, all the time. Hip Hop Man is letting his partner get back the Argentina title, which suggest he’s going for something else – and Bombero is champ.

CMLL (TUE) 10/31/2017 Arena México
1) Flyer & Magia Blanca vs Apocalipsis & Cholo
2) Eléctrico, Shockercito, Stukita vs Mercurio, Pequeño Olímpico, Pierrothito
3) Lady Maravilla vs Zeuxis [lightning]
4) Blue Panther Jr., Johnny Idol, The Panther vs Disturbio, Misterioso Jr., Sagrado
5) Blue Panther, Guerrero Maya Jr., Soberano Jr. vs Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Vangellys
6) Ángel de Oro, Marco Corleone, Niebla Roja vs Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto

Pretty much the usual stuff – going to be awkward when Misterioso tries to steal Johnny Idol! – though the lightning match is at least new/interesting. Zeuxis/Maravilla is a first time match. Maravilla looked very good in her debut, has stood out a little less since then. She hasn’t been given good people to work with, and will have someone good here. Most of Zeuxis’ lightning matches have been setting up title matches and Zeuxis is Reina International Junior champion, so it’s possible this could be a two week program to give the show something for next Tuesday’s Dia de Muertos show.

(Though, women’s matches next week’s are problematic: men dragging away screaming women probably needs to be more comedic than it’s been in past years. Or maybe they can get women demons.)

CMLL (TUE) 10/31/2017 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Mágico & Neutrón vs Frezzer & Maléfico
2) Magnus, Omar Brunetti, Sensei vs Guerrero de la Muerte, Inquisidor, Metálico
3) Drone, Fuego, Stigma vs Felino, Puma, Tiger
4) Pierroth, Rush, Sam Adonis vs Diamante Azul, Stuka Jr., Valiente
5) Volador Jr. vs Último Guerrero

Volador/UG is definitely not a first time match. No title on the line actually makes it a lot harder to figure than usual. UG actually hasn’t pinned Volador to win a singles match since 2014, but he’s gotten a couple of DQ victories.

Niebla Roja stays champ, Fantasma talks about heavyweight title

Niebla Roja/CMLL

CMLL (TUE) 10/24/2017 Arena México [CMLL, CultIconWresrtling with GIFs]
1) Artillero & Inquisidor b Bengala & Sensei LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 24 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
2) Akuma, Cancerbero, Raziel b Astral, Magnus, Star Jr. LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 24 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
rudos took 1/3
3) Blue Panther Jr., Fuego, Pegasso b Puma, Sagrado, Tiger LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 24 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
4) Ángel de Oro, Blue Panther, Johnny Idol b Hechicero, Misterioso Jr., Pólvora LUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 24 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Misterioso replaced Dragon Rojo on Thursday. Tecnicos took 2/3.
5) Kráneo, Pierroth, Rush b Felino, Máscara Año 2000, Negro Casas [Relevos IncreíblesLUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 24 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Mascara 2000 replaced Mr. Niebla earlier in the day.
6) Niebla Roja © b Cavernario [CMLL LHLUCHA LIBRE MARTES DE NUEVOS VALORES EN LA ARENA MEXICO 24 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Roja took falls 1/3 for his second defense.

Title match was good, though unsurprisingly not as good as Soberano/Cavernario. Niebla Roja looks more comfortable without his mask, and he sticks out among the CMLL luchadors more that away. He still seems short of interesting offense to carry long matches, and the CMLL style of tecnicos doing a ton of dives doesn’t really help him.

Star Jr. say he found out he was going to FantasticaMania when fans started sending him screen shots of him being on the list. I’m pretty sure NJPW picks the people who are going from a list CMLL provides, but these reactions make it sound as if NJPW doesn’t tell CMLL who they’re picking until the same time they tell everyone. Which is a little weird.

The Mexico City lucha libre commission held a press conference to announce luchadors would be able to sell merchandise at the Metro Guerrero station in the city. This is the train station that already has a tribute to lucha libre inside, which appears to have been a successful attraction and they’re building off that by having actual luchadors there every Saturday from 12 to 4. Interested luchadors from any company can sign up for few spots they’ll have each week, and Coco Rojo will be in charge of determining who gets the spots. (In a remarkable coincidence, Coco Rojo has been assigned a spot the first week.)

While there, Fantasma was asked about the situation with the national heavyweight title. He said he had no problem with CMLL using the title, and says the belt they’re using is a new replica (with the original staying with the Garza family.) He was also asked about the other championships which have been inactive for years, and Fantasma said there’d be a meeting to discuss what to do with all the titles. He still feels those belts are more important than the promotion (CMLL/AAA) belts because they’re not restricted to one group. It’s hard for me to see them that way when they’ve been ignored and minimized. All have great potential, but the usage of belts in Mexico is usually vanity or pointlessness, and I don’t want to see more of either.

Fantasma also thinks his son and Texano should have a mask vs hair match. You know, for the lack of anything else going on, that actually might be the way too early leader for next year’s TripleMania. If it was the plan, it sure would explain why it’s taking forever to go anywhere. It’s still a very long way from happening even if it was the plan.

Today’s Lucha Underground episode is non-existent. El Rey will be airing two episodes of Bushido Battleground tonight instead. The first episode of Bushido Battleground, airing right after the LU final, did about 25% of the rating. You can read that as El Rey needing Lucha Underground because nothing else is close, or El Rey not needing Lucha Underground because months of commercials on that show can’t motivate the LU fans to watch something else on their channel. Either way, I’m under the impression we’ll get an answer soon: LU’s Eric Van Wagenen said he thought they’d have an answer this month, and this month is getting close to over.

LuchaMania Monterrey has a recap of the MDA show from Sunday in Monterrey, which seemed to draw well without anyone who would normally be considered a giant name. Hijo de La Park, Bandido and Esfinge (who worked twice) beat Hijo de Dr. Wagner Jr., Sam Adonis and Hijo de Dos Caras in the main event. In her latest return, Sexy (Star) Dulce went to a double pin draw with Tiffany when the referee ruled both had their shoulders down on a cradle. Dulce did not, and rematches challenges followed. The recap says that match was good, which is hard to believe – not even a Sexy Star thing, but Tiffany has been a struggle to watch in CMLL for a long time now. The best match on the show is said to be Caifans versus Traumas.

Dalys kept the CMLL Women’s Championship over Princesa Sugehit in REINA today. Zeuxis won both her tag match and the match against an actress trying out wrestling (that one in two minutes with a choke.) The show drew 520 fans, which is a pretty good number for REINA.

Mystery promotion of the moment: Lucha de Barrio. They have a website, they have a YouTube channel teasing it as if it was a TV show with familiar indie names (see more on Facebook) that’s already been taped, and a count down to an event that’s apparently taking place next Friday afternoon (?), but no location or any other info. The video must’ve been taped a while back, since Argentina’s El Pibe is included and he isn’t around Mexico now. I have no idea what’s going on here.

All shows in Torreon for this weekend were almost canceled. The local lucha commission is upset that at least 70% of the wrestlers have not gotten their wrestling license renewed and aren’t going to let them wrestle, the luchadors don’t want to pay for licenses because they just see it as as a tax with no benefit, and the promoters are sort of stuck in between. The commission ended up giving the wrestlers an extension so the promoters can run shows for the moment.

Lucha Memes 11/20 Arena Naucalpan (Chairo 11) matches)

Bandido is the sort of replacement Kamikaze with Iron Boy in Macau. The poster has a CMLL logo, so someone(s) from there will end up on this show.

MDA says they’ll be back in Arena Coliseo Monterrey sometime in November, with Mistico vs Caristico in some form, and more Tiffany vs Dulce Sexy in a setup to an apuesta match.

DTU announced they’d have their 10th Anniversario show in December in Arena Aficion, where they usually hold their big shows.

LuchaWorld has this week’s Poster-Mania.

Periodico La Voz talks to Mije, Gallito, Chico Temido and Guapito about wrestling.

Segunda Caida watches some Negro Casas.

Lineup

CMLL (MON) 10/30/2017 Arena Puebla
1) Millenium & París vs El Perverso & King Jaguar
2) Espíritu Maligno & Tigre Rojo Jr. vs Cancerbero & Raziel
3) Astral vs Virus [lightning]
4) Blue Panther Jr., Fuego, Rey Cometa vs Olímpico, Pólvora, Sagrado
5) Diamante Azul, Marco Corleone, Soberano Jr. vs Hechicero, Kráneo, Rey Bucanero
6) Mistico, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs Cavernario, Ephesto, Mephisto

The Sky Team back together here. Cavernario fouled Volador last week, so that’s probably the program. Virus is a dangerous opponent for Astral, he could be at risk for a muscle tear before the bodybuilding contest. (I’ve determined the one Good outcome of this year’s bodybuilding contest would be Sagrado winning something and actually getting pushed.)

CMLL Puebla, Roja/Cavernario tonight, AAA venue change

Puebla.

CMLL (MON) 10/23/2017 Arena Puebla [CMLL, Wrestling With GIFs]
1) Black Tiger, Meyer, París b Ares, King Jaguar, Sombra Diabólika LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 23  DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
2) Arkángel de la Muerte, El Malayo, Rey Apocalipsis b Astral, Espíritu Maligno, Tigre Rojo Jr. LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 23  DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Tigre Rojo replaced Robin
3) Misterioso Jr., Pólvora, Sagrado b Blue Panther Jr., Drone, The Panther LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 23  DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Sagrado replaced Dragon Rojo.
4) Ángel de Oro, Diamante Azul, Niebla Roja b Hechicero, Terrible, Vangellys LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 23  DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
5) Carístico, Valiente, Volador Jr. DQ Cavernario, Kráneo, Mephisto LA MEJOR LUCHA LIBRE EN VIVO DESDE LA ARENA PUEBLA 23  DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Cavernario fouled Volador. Volador and Caristico were cold to each other.

This show didn’t seem that good.

Tonight’s CMLL main event is Niebla Roja & Cavernario for Roja’s CMLL Light Heavyweight championship. This is the second defense for Roja in about nine days, and probably one of many. Niebla Roja being announced for FantatasicaMania 2018 means the ideas (mine included) that he’s leaving do not appear to be correct. Cavernario wouldn’t be a likely light heavyweight championship either, but this is another chance for him to have a big match.

CMLL’s preview is odd. They’ve got quietly Mr. Niebla pulled from the show, which is totally belivable. (Mascara 2000 gets the call.) However, they’ve also got Dragon Rojo back, after they pulled him from the show earlier in the week. They’ve got Johnny Idol scheduled to be back, and I think that’s happening but I’m not really sure. Take all other matches with a grain of salt.

The announced semimain is now Mascara 2000, Negro Casas, and Felino versus Rush, Pierroth and Kraneo in a rudos versus rudos match. Johnny Idol is listed as returning to team with Blue Panther & Angel de Oro to take on Hechicero, Polvora and either Misterioso or Dragon Rojo; the preview notes a chance to see Hechicero & Blue Panther match holds. Fuego, Pegasso & Blue Panther Jr. face Tiger, Puma & Sagrado in what might be a trios match. Magnus, Star and Astral face Akuma, Raziel and Cancerbero, and the opener is Sensei & Bengala take on Inquisidor & Artillero. The show aris at 7:30pm on CMLL’s YouTube channel.

It’s been odd that CMLL hasn’t seemed to be building to matches for the Dia de Muertos shows. The Negro Casas/Sam Adonis match looks like it’s happening some time later (maybe much later), and the title matches seem to be happening before the big weekend. Yesterday, CMLL announced a plan at least for the Friday show. It is CMLL’s default plan, it is another tournament. The first annual Rey del Inframundo tournament will take place on Friday 11/03, with the idea of making an annual competition along the lines of the Universal Tournament (and the Leyenda de Plata, and the Gran Alternativa, and the Relevos Incredibles.) They’ll decide the winner of the new belt in a cibernetico with Diamante Azul, Mistico, Volador, Soberano, Hechicero, Sanson, Cuatrero, and Forastero. Hechicero (as evil witch doctor) has acted as the spokesperson for the Dia de Muertos shows the last couple years, so he would actually be the favorite to win. This sounds like it’ll be a really fun match, but it’s CMLL throwing out another tournament instead of building a rivalry or making use of the 20 titles they do have.

Princesa Sugehit has joined Zeuxis & Dalys in Japan, where they’ll all be on the 10/25 REINA show. Sugehit is challenging Dalys for her title. Zeuxis is facing an actress getting a tryout match, and is also in a regular tag.

Okumura is back in Mexico.

AAA’s TV taping in Queretaro on 11/03 has moved. It was scheduled for Auditorio General José María Arteaga, the normal location for AAA tapings, and will now be in Auditorio Instituto Queretano San Javier. That’s a newer 1,500 seat building, while Jose Maria Artega is a little older 4,138 building. Maybe AAA can set up the new place in a way to fit more people in, but that’s really on the small side for AAA.

AAA’s put up this week’s TV show.

PWR’s 11/18 show (with Negro Casas & Blue Panther) has been canceled. The building they had is being used to deal with the wildfires in the area. All tickets will be refunded. Hope they can get those guys another time.

Santo & son are wrestling in Acapulco on 11/19.

Psycho Clown, Dr. Wagner, La Hiedra, Lady Shani, La Parka and Keyra are in La Boom in New York on December 9th.

Bestia 666 wants no second in his match with Jack Evans, so he can win cleanly. He’d like to go after Penta Zero Man and his father next.

Segunda Caida writes about the Leyenda de Plata.

+LuchaTV’s podcast is up.

new lucha videos for the weekend of October 20th, 2017

(Apparently this was in drafts and never got posted even though it was listed to publish on Tuesday and I hadn’t even noticed. No one else did, so I guess that’s fine. )

I got about 10 minutes of the AAA show, about 5 minutes of the first match. I got just as much of the second IWRG match, but I think that’s more due to a power outage. They didn’t bother airing new matches on Monday.

CMLL Guadalajara: 2017-10-21
taped 2017-10-17 @ Arena Coliseo Guadalajara – YouTube/Mega
1) La Jarochita, Sanely, Silueta vs La Comandante, La Seductora, Metálica
2) Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón © vs Blue Panther, Blue Panther Jr., The Panther for the Mexican National Trios Championship
3) Carístico, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs Gran Guerrero, Shocker, Último Guerrero

IWRG Zona XXI: 2017-10-21
taped 2017-10-11 @ Arena Naucalpan – YouTube/Mega
1) Alas de Acero, Aramis, Shadow Boy vs Fly Star, Lunatic Xtreme, Toxin
2) Chico Che, Dinamic Black, Súper Brazo Jr. vs Máquina Infernal, Ovett, Pleito Castillo

CMLL Lucha Azteca: 2017-10-21
taped 2017-10-13 @ Arena México – Mega
1) Carístico & Volador Jr. vs MephistoMisticoCavernarioNegro CasasDragón LeeSansónSoberano Jr.ForasteroGuerrero Maya Jr.VirusTitánPumaThe PantherTiger in a CMLL’s Leyenda de Plata Tournament match

Volador & Caristico team in Puebla, IWRG, Lucha Memes

Lucha Memes (SUN) 10/22/2017 Arena La Loma, Puebla, Puebla
1) Mini Cuervo, Sexy Alexander, Siki Ozama Jr. b Demasiado, Hellboy, Nuevo Ángel
Hell Boy replaced Baby star. Nuevo Angel was hurt on a dive from the upper level. 
2) The Panther (CMLL) b Arkalis
Panther must win with a nudo lagunero, Arkalis with La Huachicolera. 
3) Virus b Centella de Oro
good match 
4) Corsario Negro Jr. (Estado de México) & Drako (Estado de México) b King Rocker & Rey Samuray
very good match 
5) Guerrero Maya Jr. b Multifacético
good match 
6) Rey Apocalipsis b Pólvora
Polvora replaced Dragon Rojo. Rey Apocalipsis won via foul and said he’d get Dragon Rojo at some point. 
7) Negro Casas b Prayer
good match

Dragon Rojo is still doing his TV work, I believe. (CMLL’s not promoted it at all.) I’d be interested in seeing some of these matches should they turn up. Turnout seemed good. Memes next show is 11/20 in Naucalpan.

IWRG (SUN) 10/22/2017 Arena Naucalpan [+LuchaTV, The Gladiatores]
1) Celestial Boy b Chicanito
Chicanito replaced Power Bull.
2) Ángel Oriental b Demonio Infernal
3) Ludark Shaitan b Lili Dark
Ludark’s first match here since 2012!
4) Liderk, Rayan, Spartan, Spector b Eterno, Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro
Comando Elite continue their run of success. Oficials clamied the Comando Elite cheated and challenged them to a mask vs hair match.
5) Black Terry, Chico Che, Hijo del Alebrije DCOR Demonio Infernal, Violencia Jr., X-Fly
Demonio Infernal replaced Pirata Morgan.
6) Hip Hop Man, La Mosca, Pleito Castillo b Black Dragón, Dinamic Black, Dragón Fly
Hip Hop Man will get his title match with Black Dragon next week.
7) Capo Del Norte, Capo Del Sur, Máscara Año 2000 Jr. b Bombero Infernal, Imposible, Mr. Electro
Hip Hop Man & Pleito distracted Electro and attacked him after the match.

Hip Hop Man is involved in everything. I could see IWRG actually doing the 4 mask vs 4 hair match. Something’s coming soon, because Castillo del Terror is coming up.

Today’s CMLL main event has Caristico, Volador and Mistico on the same side. Last week, Mistico and Volador betrayed Caristico. That was build for for the Leyenda de Plata match, and tonight will be a good indication if CMLL plans to continue that storyline or if it was just a one week bit. Cavernario, Mephisto and Kraneo are the oddball trio opposing them, but this one looks mostly about the tecnico side.

The rest of the show is a very regular show. Tuesday lightning matches are no sure bets, but a lightning match here would’ve broken up some ordinary tag matches. Angel de Oro, Niebla Roja and Diamante Azul face Hechciero, Terrible and Vangellys, in what now is a preview of the heavyweight title match on Sunday. The Panthers & Drone wrestling Misterioso, Sagrado and Polvora, where Misterioso will once again take a mask. Astral, Espiritu Negro & Robin take on Arkangel, Malayo and Rey Apocalipsis, and Black Tiger, Meyer, Paris face Ares, King Jaguar and Sombra Dibaolica in the opener. The show airs on CMLL’s YouTube at 9pm.

Dragon Lee & Titan lost to Hiromu Takahashi & BUSHI in NJPW’s Super Junior Tag Team tournament. That was expected, but it sounds like they had a pretty good match (and got to main event!) They’re still on the NJPW tour thru 11/05.

Yesterday’s show in Mazatlan’s Cancha German Evers was canceled during the show. The show drew less than 200 people, the promoter had no money to pay for all the name talent he brought in, and they came out to say they wouldn’t be wrestling. Charly Manson & Garza Jr. vs Electroshock & Zorro was scheduled to main event. (Garza Jr. was there, but in a shoulder brace, so who knows.) The promoter says he’ll refund tickets today.

A new group called FWR says they’re running Orlando, Florida on 02/10 with Psycho Clown, Hijo del Fantasma, Pagano, Texano Jr., Drago and Rey Horuz. The rest of the crew is people in from Puerto Rico.

Lineups

CMLL (SAT) 10/28/2017 Arena Coliseo
1) Príncipe Diamante & Retro vs El Coyote & Grako
2) Eléctrico, Fantasy, Stukita vs Pequeño Nitro, Pequeño Violencia, Pierrothito
3) Warrior Steel vs Gran Kenut [lightning]
4) Fuego, Johnny Idol, The Panther vs Ephesto, Felino, Luciferno
5) Ángel de Oro, Blue Panther, Stuka Jr. vs Kráneo, Pierroth, Sam Adonis
6) Carístico, Marco Corleone, Volador Jr. vs Euforia, Shocker, Terrible

Gran Kenut is a tall heavyweight from Guadalajara. I wish the random tryout matches were happening on the Tuesday Nuevo Valores instead of Saturdays. Marco/Shocker seems at least a week off.

CMLL (SUN) 10/29/2017 Arena México
1) Acero, Aéreo, Último Dragóncito vs Mercurio, Pequeño Olímpico, Pequeño Universo 2000
2) Flyer, Oro Jr., Star Jr. vs Hijo del Signo, Sangre Azteca, Virus
3) Drone, Johnny Idol, Rey Cometa vs Misterioso Jr., Pólvora, Sagrado
4) Carístico, Mistico, Stuka Jr. vs Cavernario, Felino, Negro Casas
5) Diamante Azul vs Terrible [MEX HEAVY]
final two from last Sunday’s cibernetico

Diamante Azul winning the Mexican heavyweight title and then missing next year’s Universal tournament because he’s living in France would be the most amusing outcome.

CMLL (SUN) 10/29/2017 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Amperaje vs Paymon
2) Capitán Cobra & Eclipse Jr. vs Puma Negro & Stress
3) Gemelo Pantera I, Gemelo Pantera II, Pantera Blanca Jr. vs Mr. Trueno, Rey Trueno, Tony Texano
4) El Alteño, Explosivo, Star Black vs León Blanco, Mr. Brisa, Pitbull I
5) Frezzer, Furia Roja, Guerrero de la Muerte vs El Chakal, Joker, Sádico

It’s finally dawned on me that Sunday Guadalajara cards are turning into IWRG, but even more random. The Pantera team are in from Matamoros/Reynosa. Eclipse might be from the same area, there’s a few of them. Mr. Brisa is back from a year in the US.

Terrible/Azul set for heavyweight title, Marco/Shocker set for (other) heavyweight title, MexaWrestling

photo by Black Terry Jr.

Mexa Wrestling (SAT) 10/21/2017 Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México [Black Terry Jr. (Flickr)The Gladiatores]
1) Toxin & Tromba b Kastigador & Vengador Producciones carita jc (posted by CaritaJC LuchaLibre)
2) Eric Ortiz, Freelance, Kamikaze (Nuevo León) b Atomic Star, Demonio Infernal, Dinamic Black Producciones carita jc (posted by CaritaJC LuchaLibre)
Freelance replaced Kamikaze.
3) Rafy b KalibusCobreCentvriónLow Rider Facebook video (posted by ) Producciones carita jc (posted by CaritaJC LuchaLibre)
Low Rider replaced Metaleon
4) Eterno b El Bandido Facebook video (posted by ) Producciones carita jc (posted by CaritaJC LuchaLibre)
Best match of the night according to The Gladiatores
5) Flamita b ArezLátigo Facebook video (posted by ) Producciones carita jc (posted by CaritaJC LuchaLibre)
No Steve Pain, so this became a three way.
6) Daga & Xtreme Tiger b Aramis & Fly Warrior Facebook video (posted by ) Producciones carita jc (posted by CaritaJC LuchaLibre)

People who’ve watched the video say the five way might actually be the best match. Show didn’t draw well as expected. Someone smarter and/or with more time than me should put together an explained on how to make these shows draw, because indie lucha libre promotions which run a few shows and fail seem bad for everyone.

CMLL (SAT) 10/21/2017 Arena Coliseo [CMLL]
1) Pequeño Nitro & Pequeño Universo 2000 b Acero & Aéreo
rudos took 2/3
2) Arkángel de la Muerte, Cancerbero, Metálico b Fiero, Magia Blanca, Príncipe Diamante
Rudos took 1/3.
3) Disturbio, Sagrado, Virus b Astral, Pegasso, Starman
rudos took 1/3.
4) Vangellys b Blue Panther Jr. [lightning]
Vangellys won via small package (and what reads to be a bad count by the referee.)
5) Ephesto, Felino, Luciferno b Ángel de Oro, Niebla Roja, Valiente
Rudos took 2/3
6) Euforia, Shocker, Último Guerrero b Diamante Azul, Marco Corleone, Mistico
Shocker snuck in a foul on Marco and challenged for the heavyweight title.

CMLL planning: do all the big singles matches a week or two before the Dia de Muertos week.

CMLL (SUN) 10/22/2017 Arena México [CMLL]
1) Akuma & Inquisidor b Bengala & Fiero
2) Mercurio, Pequeño Olímpico, Pierrothito b Eléctrico, Stukita, Último Dragóncito
Rudos took 1/3.
3) Drone, Fuego, Stigma b Misterioso Jr., Sagrado, Tiger
Tecnicos took 2/3. Misterioso replaced Puma on Thursday, took Fuego’s mask after the match.
4) Ángel de Oro, Marco Corleone, Mistico b Ephesto, Hechicero, Luciferno
Tecnicos took 2/3.
5) Diamante Azul & Terrible b RushShockerStuka Jr.Gran GuerreroBlue Panther Jr.EuforiaVangellysKráneoPierrothCuatrero [MEX HEAVY, cibernetico, semifinal]
Vacant title. Last champion was Hector Garza. Elimination order: Vanegllys (Kraneo), Stuka (Gran Guerrero), Blue Panther Jr. (Rush & Pierroth), Kraneo (Diamante Azul), Shocker & Rush were both DQed, Cuatrero (Gran Guerrero), Pierroth (Rush), Euroia (Terrible), Gran Guerrero (Diamante Azul, leaving Terrible & Diamante Azul as the final two.

Diamante Azul would be the heavy favorite to win this title next week.

New enemies Crazy King defeated Ciclope to win DTU’s Maxima Presea Ultraviolenta tournament. Earlier on the show, Jimmy decided to part way with Kevin and no longer be a Nerd. He beat Alto Impact champion Moria in a singles match, which should set up a title match later on.

Puma King beat John Silver on Powerbomb.TV’s FUTURES show Sunday. That was a fun match. Fly Warrior lost in the semimain of the Independent Championship match on the same show.

El Hijo del Santo was upset about CMLL running the Leyenda de Plata, as he always is. It took him more than a week to notice, as he appears not to notice any wrestling he’s not involved in.

LuchaWorld has the latest news update.

MicroManFever translates a Daga interview, where he reveals the geeky tattoo he has.

CultIcon has a tribute to Flyer and DoradaFan has a new Flyer highlight video.

IWRG’s website is already disappeared from the internet (because they forgot to pay for the domain.)

Arena San Juan (and whoever TSW is) has Flamita vs Bandido in Arena San Juan on 11/18.

Sam Adonis, Mistico, Soberano and Hechicero are part of a show on 11/20 in Florida.

Rey Mysterio vs Juventud Guerrera is scheduled to happen on 11/28 in Brasil

Volador defeats Caristico to win Leyenda de Plata, AAA in Metepec

Forastero

CMLL (FRI) 10/20/2017 Arena México [CMLL]
1) Disturbio & Sangre Azteca b Oro Jr. & Star Jr. LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
2) Misterioso Jr., Pólvora, Sagrado b Guerrero Maya Jr., Pegasso, Rey Cometa LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Sagrado replaced Dragon Rojo on Thursday. Misterioso took Guerrero Maya’s mask.
3) Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón b Ángel de Oro, Niebla Roja, Soberano Jr. LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
NGD took 1/3. Money thrown in.
4) Negro Casas, Rey Bucanero, Terrible DQ Pierroth, Rush, Sam Adonis [Relevos IncreíblesLUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Straight falls. Adonis & Casas continue to feud. Tirantes DQ Sam Adonis for doing too bad of a job faking a foul.
5) Gran Guerrero, Mephisto, Último Guerrero b Diamante Azul, Mistico, Valiente LUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Rudos took 1/3.
6) Volador Jr. b Carístico [Leyenda de PlataLUCHA LIBRE VIERNES ESPECTACULAR DE ARENA MEXICO 20 DE OCTUBRE DEL 2017 FUNCION COMPLETA (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Volador took the first fall, Caristico the second, and Volador the third to win the Leyenda de Plata. Caristico kneeled in front of Volador after the loss, as Volador told him to do on Informa.

It sounds like the third match was the best match of the night. The main event felt like the big match it should’ve been and seemed to draw in fans who don’t normally come.

There were no challenges following Adonis/Casas. It how can’t be happening on the Dia de Muertos shows, CMLL would’ve run angles to set it up.

CMLL has an article up about the FantasticaMania lineup. Disturbio says he found out the same way everyone else did, reading about it on Twitter. That must’ve been a heck of a thing to wake up to see. He sounds very excited.

AAA TV (FRI) 10/20/2017 Palenque de la Feria, Metepec, Estado de México [AAA]
1) Chicano b Rugido
Rugido’s debut. (From Coliseo Coacalco?)
2) Big Mami & Niño Hamburguesa b La Hiedra & Villano III Jr.
Villano III Jr. replaced Australian Suicide.
3) Angelikal, Hijo Del Vikingo, Lanzeloth b Ángel Mortal Jr., Australian Suicide, Tiger Boy
Australian Suicide replaced Villano III Jr., took the loss from Lanzelot
4) Dave The Clown, Monsther Clown, Murder Clown b Dark Cuervo, Dark Scoria, La Parka
La Parka & Dave The Clown were added. Histeria & Psicosis ran into attack Parka (?) and Dave got the pin on Parka.
5) Aerostar, Drago, Raptor DQ Averno, Chessman, Súper Fly
OGT DQed for excessive violence. This is the only unmodified match on the show.
6) Marty Martinez & Texano b Hijo del Fantasma & Pagano
Scheduled to be Fantasma, Pagano and Texano vs a mystery team. Fantasma had the win on Marty, but Texano hit Fantasma with the belt and Marty got the pin.
7) Dr. Wagner Jr. & Psycho Clown b Hernandez & Rey Escorpión
Hernandez replaced Kevin Kross. Rey Escorpion took Psycho Clown’s mask after the match.

The Metepec arena looked on the small side. It was not full, though it wasn’t that far off.

Dave the Clown/La Parka was a real feud. I am surprised AAA moved Suicide into the trios match for him to take the loss, but nothing here makes a lot of sense either.

The MMM show had Lucha Undergound writer Chris Roach talking about Season 3 for the first hour of the show.  Roach said the crew really hoped they’d be able to find their own version of Stone Cold, and actually thought Texano might be it. They picked Pentagon to come in because they thought his mask looked cool, and he ended up being that role instead. Skip Chaussen came up with the arm break in the Pentagon intro vignette, the writers all loved it, and they ran with it.

They’re still feeling pretty strong about waiting to get the title Pentagon until the end of S3, thinking the story for pentagon chasing than would’ve been defending against heels. Sexy Star worked better for them as Mundo’s opponent because they needed a babyface who people would be angry about being cheated out of multiple titles by Mundo to build up resentment towards Johnny. Pentagon in that spot really would have to destroy everyone and win the title or his aura would’ve been broken. They had also long planned Mundo to be champion for a long time in S3; they didn’t want to put the title on him at the start of the series (because it would harm the unfamiliar guys they wanted to build up), but wanted to get there.

It’s not said in there, but everyone seems to be sure Bestia 666 is playing the role of Vampiro’s mater.

Shows this weekend:

Sunday

A bio of Zacatecas luchador Rey Aguila.

Lineups

CMLL (FRI) 10/27/2017 Arena México
1) Starman & Stigma vs Metálico & Nitro
2) La Jarochita, La Vaquerita, Marcela vs Amapola, Dalys, Reyna Isis
3) Esfinge, Guerrero Maya Jr., The Panther vs Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón
4) Soberano Jr. vs Mephisto [lightning]
5) Diamante Azul, Marco Corleone, Niebla Roja vs Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Vangellys
6) Mistico, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero

No Adonis/Casas, so that’s nowhere as close to coming as I thought. No Caristico/Volador either, though the main event suggests a Sky Team/Guerreros trios title match on 11/02.

RIOT (SAT) 11/04/2017 Arena Femenil, Monterrey, Nuevo León
1) Séptimo Dragón vs Sayrus
2) Rey Horus vs Último Ninja
3) Azrael vs Muerte ExtremaMr. Iguana
4) Bryon vs Erick OrtizEuforia
5) Low Rider vs Black Terry
6) Kamikaze & Kratoz vs Arez & Belial

Full card for this show.

The Crash (WED) 11/29/2017 Auditorio Miguel Barragan, San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí
1) Keyra & Tiago vs Pegazus & Vanilla Vargas and Christi Jaynes & Zumbi
2) Jack Evans, Máscarita Dorada, Willie Mack vs Ángel Fashion, Mike Mendoza, Mr. 450
3) Bestia 666, Black Taurus, Garza Jr. vs Hijo de LA Park, Laredo Kid, M-ximo
4) Rey Fénix (US) vs Flamita
5) Daga, LA Park, Penta Zero M vs La Máscara, Pierroth, Rush

Crash shows don’t stop. They’re going back to SLP after all, though not right away. LA Park and the Puerto Rician group are in for these shows.