CMLL FSE GdR - 11/11/07 (#63)
Intro: Juan Carlos tries to host, but Amapola takes it over. Amapola going over the tecnica team: "India Sioux, Lady Apache, ehhh [makes eh hand shaking motion], Luna Magica". Accurate! If Bihari ever makes the Luna Magica YouTube, that's gotta be in there. India Sioux counterpoints, but Amapola vows to teach that girl a lesson in the ring. Lady Apache does a passionate promo, somewhat interrupted by a Princesa Sujie taped bit.
Intro part 2: why did they need to do another setup with Julio Cesar and Lady Apache? She's very
Outside the Ring: Nosferatu
Match 1: Amapola, Rosa Negra, Princesa Sujei (c)
Sioux, Lady Apache (c), Luna Magica
Arena Coliseo, 10/14/07
Match Time: 9:16
Approx Rating: Luna is not very good. The rest is usual level.
Other Match Notes: Intros with dubbed music. India has a t-shirt now. We get the opening whistle during the matchup graphics, which makes me think they just spent 3 minutes showing people walk to the ring and clipped out parts of the match. I hope I'm wrong, that'd just be too dumb.
1: One on one opening. Paris are Sujei/India, Rosa/Luna (who nearly lands on her head trying an apron dive headscissors), and Amapola/Apache. Natives dropkick out Amapola, tease topes, and got the apron for dives. Luna goes to the middle rope to do whatever, but Rosa just runs up and superplexes her off. Two count. Rosa tries a 'rana, Luna powerbombs her, and that's the fall.
2: Two ring girls, no two sign. Sujei's as confused as I am. It totally doesn't work for her without the sign. India does the Rayo matador waves with Sujei. India needs more practice. Off the ropes avoidance spots, though India goes for one roll too many and gets kicked in the backside. Whip, clothesline misses, India gives Sujei a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. India looks at the fans, who start asking for another, instead of looking at Amapola and Rosa rushing the ring. Amapola takes out Luna and Lady Apache by her self, and Rosa takes care of India. India's left in to be thrown around by the hair a bit, and then to take corner charges. Luna and India come in at the same time, and the rudas thrown out India to deal with Luna first. Double hiptoss looks not so good, rudas follow with the triple atomic drop (kinda) and a triple legdrop. Luna is stomped out of the ring. India pulled back in, tripped up to the ropes, and takes Amapola's running sit. Apache gets kicked around. Kick, double suplex, - no, Apache reveres it to one of her own? Wow, comeback already. India and Luna rush the ring while Apache takes out Sujei with a spinning backbreaker. Rudas just as quickly (but even more random ally) turn it back around and take the fall.
El Arte de Catch: I listen to this three different times, along with the announcers previewing it, and I know it's a move invented by Black Shadow, so I think it's La Shadina. I'm not sure.
3: So, three valets for this fall. They're chatting about how goofy this is as they walk, which is also great. Back to even to start this fall, with Rosa and Luna in. Rosa does 90% of the work on a Luna faceslam, but it worked. Luan dropkicks her out hard, the other rudas boot Luna out, lady Apache tries to dropkick them, but they move.. India in, but Amapola takes care of her while Sujei gets Lady Apache. They exchange corner before trying corner whips, get whipped into each other, and turn it around so they both end up clothesline India. India's whipped cross ring, Apache backdrops her to safety, Sujei charges in and takes a backbreaker, Luna is slow to the top and connects on the Amapola plancha, just barely getting there. Luna tries to dropkick Amapola, but Amapola waves her by and Luan gets Apache instead. Rosa whips Luna, lifts her up (which is troublesome) and spins her out into a - uh - let's just call that an F5, it may have been the idea. Hard to say! One two...ref stops counting, expecting a kickout that never came. He decides to point out at Luna's shoulder, as if it'll make us all believe it got up somehow. Luna then kicks out. Rosa kicks Luna in the arm throws her out. Other four in and tecnicas decide to end this thing immediately, though the production people don't realize it - we see the tail end of the submissions. Good enough.
El Diseno: Felino
Bodybuilding contest highlights.
Match 2: Mephisto, Texano Jr., Toscano (c) vs Heavy
Metal (c), La Mascara, La Sombra
Arena Coliseo, 10/14/07
Winner: Rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 9:34
Approx Rating: By the numbers
Other Match Notes: Entrances. Monito is hanging with La Mascara. Toscano rocking out to his entrance music works very well when we can't hear it. Mephisto talks about Sombra, and no tecnico talks.
1: A fan has microphone for his bullhorn, and Heavy Metal wanders out to ask him to tone it down a bit. Heavy has bigger thing to worry about when the rudos rush the tecnicos quickly. Toscano is not doing fistdrops yet, but it's early. Texano chokes out Mascara with the bullrope on the outside while the other four work in the ring. Texano goes after Monito next, whipping him with the bullrope. Announcers demand a DQ. Toscano barely holds Sombra up for any time, and then covers him with one hand.
Q: [Mephisto] Cual es Caballera Y Mascara Mas Importante Que Ha Ganado?
A: Hair of Kalrloff Lagarde Jr. and mask of Metalico (Pentagon Black, who mentioned here by his real name)
2: Texano rips at Sombra's mask while the other people fool around. Still no ring cards. Sombra takes a suplex on the ramp. They eventually get it to 1 on 3's, working on La Mascara in the corner for a brief bit before he turned the match around with a corner whip avoided. Highlight of the comeback is a Sombra spinning headscissors, followed by a Metal tope. Metal slams Texano and moonsaults him to take care of half of it, while Mascara wins the traditional way. Texano gets held in a camel clutch so Monito can get some revenge on him.
El Arte de Catch: El Brazo de Rosa Invertido - an upside down bearhug, I guess.
3: To one on ones. Texano and Mascara have a chop battle before Mascara sends Texano out with a headscissors. Mascara/Mephisto lasted just enough to get an spinning armdrags, and Toscano/Mascara isn't much longer. Monito gets in an apron butt splash here. I get bored with the fall and start zooming thru it. Heavy Metal hasn't been on this in a while, but he's pretty much the same guy. After Sombra and Metal sequences, not of note, the non captains come in long enough for the rudos to go out and the tecnicos to follow them with topes. Toscano and Metal have a unique exchange of gut wrenches which ends up with a Toscano gutwrench powerbomb. That's enough. It was quite random.
Promos post match include unintelligible words from Monito. Revenge, blah blah blah.