Since the DVDVR has a

Since the DVDVR has a link here, I probably should point to DVDVR I was reading to kill time today – #117, an all Lucha review. Off the top of my head, the thing that struck me most was the inclusion of Puerto Rician wrestling. I’m sure the orgins are the similiar and all, but at least in wrestling, Puerto Rician’s always read a lot more like the US than Mexico.

FWIW, if you know more good lucha resources that I haven’t linked to yet over there, just send a link.

I’ve got a longer bored

I’ve got a longer bored rambling post, but it’s trapped on a computer that is not this one – maybe tommorow.

– Rayo Jr. returns at the end of the month. He’s promised not to leave this time till he gets Unvierso’s mask. Perhaps we should start up a collection plate to buy him one.
– Zumbido (who, as the news notes, is offically out of Guapo U) recently took the hair of one local wrestler Boby Jack. He promises Marvin and Rivera will be next.
– We should start a list of all “X wants to take Y’s hair/mask” from this column. It’d be long.
– FdT returns on 2/21 – Infernales are first in line for a Mexican Trios Title rematch, though Damien and Halloween would like another shot at those tag team belts.

Breakin’ Down Lucha and the

Breakin’ Down Lucha and the WON Awards

Pts = points
Fpv = first place votes

Dave counted down the top ten for each catagory–everyone after that with a decent amount of votes got an honorable mention.

Shocker (97 pts.) received an honorable mention, finishing 13th for Wrestler of the Year.

Hijo Del Santo (87 pts, 12 fpv) finished seventh in the Most Outstanding Wrestler category.

Three lucha feuds received Feud of the Year honorable mentions: Santo/Casas vs. GdI in 14th place (84 pts.), Shocker vs. Ultimo Guerrero in 16th place (73 votes), and Mexico vs. Japan in 18th place (61 pts.)

Tag Team of the Year was covered yesterday.

Shocker finished 11th with an honorable mention in Most Charismatic (129 pts.)

No mention of any lucha guys in the Best Flyer category.

Black Tiger (14th place, 118 pts.) and Blue Panther (19th place, 72 pts.) received honorable mentions in the Most Underrated category.

CMLL finished 5th (637 pts, 51 fpv) for Promotion of the Year (beat out by Pride, UFC, RoH, and the WWE).

CMLL TV finished second in Best Weekly TV (1,152 pts, 50 fpv) behind Smackdown.

Santo finished tied for 10th (w/Steve Austin) in the Reader’s Favorite Wrestler category (16 pts.)

AAA did finish second for Worst Television show behind Raw (100 pts.)

Gran Markus vs. Pierroth only finished 10th in Worst Feud of the Year (13 pts.)

AAA finished 5th in Worst Promotion (65 pts.)

No mention of los Talibanes in Worst Gimmick or Most Disgusting Promotional Tactic.

Any other category had no mention of lucha.

We’ll talk more later.