Lucha Underground 1×8 (2014-12-17): “A Unique Opportunity”

The Matches

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1) Fenix won a ten man single fall match with a sit down piledriver on Prince Puma (10:47); Big Ryck, Drago, King Cuerno, Mariachi Loco, Mascarita Sagrada, Pentagon Jr., Son of Havoc and Super Fly were also in the match.

2) Mil Muertes won a 10 man battle royal
Elimination Order
– Famous B (0:47, by Pimpienla Escarlata)
– Ricky Mandell (1:29, by the entire Crew)
– Pimpinela Escarlata (1:54, by Mil Muertes)
– Sexy Star (2:51, by Chavo Guerrero)
– Cortez Castro (4:21, by Johnny Mundo)
– Cisco (4:26, by Chavo Guerrero)
– Bael (4:37, by Mil Muertes)
– Chavo Guerrero (7:01, by Chavo Guerrero)
– Johnny Mundo (10:58, by Mil Muertes)

3) Mil Muertes beat Fenix (5:45, flatliner)
Mil Muertes earned the 20th and last spot in Aztec Warfare
Fenix will be the 1st enterant in Aztec Warfare

The Developments

Fenix wins!
  • Drago & Cuerno fought in their match, as did Sexy Star & Chavo. Everyone in the opener repeatedly stopped fighting to take out Big Ryck, who did not have his men with him for the first time.

  • Konnan, furious over Puma losing the opener, declared he might drop Puma as a protege if he failed to take advantage of another big opportunity.

  • Bael is a member of the Big Ryck/Castro/Cortez “Crew”.

  • Dario Cueto was wearing sunglasses to hide a black eye from last week’s attack by Mundo. There were no other references to the attack or any retribution for it. Mundo, Puma and some of the Crew were bandaged from last week’s ladder match.

  • The Mystery Woman was seen watching the first two matches, but no new information was shared about her.

German suplex of doom for Chavo
  • Another Cage vignette aired, though with a completely different tone. This week’s Cage vignette was a positive push the limits message more akin to Strong Man’s Twitter feed.

  • Dario Cueto said he would debut the Aztec Warfare match on the 01/07 show and it would determine a champion. Dario Cueto shows off a new belt. It has an ordered set of entrances, and will have 20 people involved but nothing else was explained. The field was implied to be the same 20 as seen in these matches.

  • Dario visited his caged ally, saying it wasn’t time to let him out yet. Dario was afraid his ally would destroy the belt if he touched it. Dario’s Key was implied to be the thing keeping the monster in the cage.

19 GIFs from the show are here.

Thoughts

anti-air uppercut

The opener was great and made it hard to follow everything else. It was a nothing but action match with a lot of that. There were parts which looked too much choreographed – everyone stopping fighting to take turns hitting Big Ryck was a bit much – but the crazy high spots were enough to make it work. This was a secret showcase match for Son of Havoc, who got to do more high spots in this match than in his four previous matches combined. Mascarita Sagrada also won the crowd over with his antics. Finishing sequence between Puma and Fenix went well and Konnan being angry after Puma lost big matches back to back weeks makes a lot of sense.

They really need to advance Mystery Woman’s story. Everyone else gets a little bit more to their story most every week, and they haven’t even given Mystery Woman a name yet.

The battle royal was a battle royal and went longer than I needed to see it. Bael was treated as a notable mystery last week but his presence was tossed out like we all already knew who he was. (It would’ve been tough to even know which guy was Bael if he didn’t happen to have gear with a a giant “B” on them.) They really needed at least 15 seconds of explanation. This was a WWE feeling match, both with Mundo doing his Royal Rumble elimination scares and the announcers dropping WWE names during the broadcast (William Regal, Fit Finley, HBK). I understand the idea is not to be afraid to mention other places but it felt like too much.

flatliner

Fenix and Mil Muertes didn’t click as well as I’d hope. I don’t know if I was just not as interested after the battle royal. I don’t think the stips helped either – the little information we had about Aztec Warfare made it sound like the Royal Rumble (in another WWE-ish moment), and everyone knows the guy in the last spot of the Royal Rumble rarely wins the thing.

The ladder match show was actually taped after this one, so Dario and Puma were selling injuries they didn’t quite yet. This was also the least WWE-feeling bit, as guys actually visibly the damage from a ladder match the day after.

I don’t think Aztec Warfare will be exactly a Rumble. Lucha Underground always seems motivated to do something a little different. Maybe it’ll be weapons involved, maybe it’ll be other types of eliminations, but there surely will be a twist. And it might be the only match, since a 20 man elimination match. I wish we didn’t have to wait two weeks to see it.

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top six stories of the last two weeks

  1. AAA ended their year by crowning El Patron Alberto as champion, ending the two year reign of Texano Jr. That match and Aerostar unmasking Super Fly were the biggest and best matches on the show, both delivering on the stories they’d told to that point to the crowd’s approval. The undercard was more of a preview for 2015: Pentagon Jr. & Joe Lider won the tag team titles to set up Myzteziz & Fenix as challengers, the women continue to have pull apart brawls, and an unexplained angle led to Cibernetico showing up about 3 minutes after his match ended. (His team did not win.) TripleMania was arguably the best AAA show of the year, but Guerra de Titanes was not far behind. AAA’s TV backlog means this won’t air until January, though it did air on PPV (but not iPPV.)
  2. CMLL did not run a Year End Show in 2013. CMLL ran a Year End Show in 2014, an Infierno en el Ring cage match. 2013 was better. Felino lost his hair to Rey Bucanero in a finish that was not surprising, not interesting, and not any good. CMLL’s year end shows have been notoriously poor in recent years (the last good one was in 2009), but this was still bad by any standard. Bucanero was immediately thrust into a feud with Volador Jr., who could mean in an unimpressive match in 2015.
  3. Octagon, who earlier said he quit AAA to go his own way, is now claiming he was unfairly fired by AAA and is suing for back pay. Octagon is not suing for his own name, saying he owns it and AAA tried to take it away from him. (AAA’s continued to make merchandise deals with an Octagon like figure on it, but have said they’re Octagoncito items.) Octagon has gone to every gossip show who will have him to talk about this the last couple of weeks, while AAA has said nothing.
  4. CMLL’s not done much on it’s Friday night shows, but has put together much better main events on it’s less attended Tuesday shows. Virus kept his lightweight title over Dragon Lee, and Guerrero Maya & Delta kept their tag team titles over Cavernario & Hechicero. Both are reported to be great matches, but it’s unclear why these matches are happening on Tuesday while CMLL’s bigger shows are not good. (It’s totally unclear why CMLL does anything.)
  5. Lucha Underground continued to produce very good shows to a small audience. They’re taping in January, though they’re also not announcing the tape dates until January.
  6. El Patron Alberto added ROH matches to the wide array of promotions he’ll be working for in 2014. There are reports he’s been contacted by Bellator as well. Alberto’s said to have not actually signed with Lucha Underground yet, but is still expected to be there in January.
  • CMLL announced they’d run shows of young wrestlers and trainees on Saturdays in Arena Coliseo. CMLL announced the debut show, which had the same people CMLL books on pretty much every show. No explanation.
  • CMLL moved their Sunday Guadalajara shows to Fridays. They did not announce this – the cards were just listed as Friday suddenly, with people who were actually already booked in Arena Mexico. CMLL then threw together an unimpressive card with people actually available to work a Friday card (the move was appeared to be a surprise to the people who book these shows) but actually did OK attendance because it was a holiday. There’s been no explanation of the move nor any particular promotion for it
  • Ramstein & Cholo, masked rudos who’ve been stuck in the opening match forever, are now feuding with rising stars Star Jr. & Soberano Junior. CMLL’s held an apuesta match with opening match wrestlers in January the last few years, and these four may be this year’s finish.
  • Marco Corleone was knocked silly when the top rope snapped and hit him hard in the back of the head. It looked bad, and ended his singles match with Terrible, but he was fine and wrestling again the next day.
  • Syuri won CMLL’s Women’s Title from Marcela in Japan.

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Delta & Maya defeat Cavernario & Hechicero, DTU in Arena Aficion

DTU (TUE) 12/16/2014 Arena Aficion [DTU (1), DTU (2), DTU (3), DTU (4), DTU (5), DTU (6)]
1) El Junior, El Nene, Kalibus b Concord, Concord Fly, Corazon Latino
2) Ángel o Demonio, Artikus, Rocky Lobo b Jimmy, Kevin, Ovett
Malkriads interfered to cost the Nerds the match.
3) Cíclope & Yuriko b Chica Ye-Ye & Violento Jack
Ciclope declared he’d win his title back in Arena Lopez Mateos
4) Aero Boy b Drastik Boy © [DTU AI]
New champion!
5) Black Fire & Slayer Pack b Crazy Boy & Niño Hamburguesa [DTU NEXO, semifinal]
Fire & Pack advance to face Rocky Lobo & Jinzo in the tournament final on Saturday.
6) Colmillo Blanco L Miedo Extremo, Crazy King, Jorge El Intruso, Ursus, Dance Boy, Paranoiko, Hacker, Amo de la Noche, Talaxys, Príncipe Halcón, Siniestro [mask, hair, cage]
Principe Halcon took Colmillo Blanco’s hair after Ciclope interfered. Full list of participants unconfirmed.

Aeroboy’s first Alto Impacto title reign, and the third title change of the year (Jinzo->Septimo Dragon->Drastick Boy->Aeroboy) Tercera Caida has a lot of highlights of the DTU show and this should air there (though maybe it’ll take a week to catch up.)

I think Black Fire & Slayer Pack are winning the DTU NEXO tag team titles, and where else are you going to get DTU title match predictions.

photo by Alexis Salazar/CMLL

CMLL (TUE) 12/16/2014 Arena México [CMLL]
1) Bengala & Sensei b Apocalipsis & El Rebelde
2) Aéreo, Fantasy, Shockercito b Mercurio, Pequeño Nitro, Pequeño Universo 2000
3) Soberano Jr., Star Jr., Starman DQ Cholo, Metálico, Ramstein
Cholo & Ramstein fouled Star Jr. & Soberano Jr and pulled their masks.
4) Blue Panther Jr. b Sangre Azteca [lightning]  (posted by VideosOficialesCMLL)
Panther Jr. nudo lagunero in 6:34
5) Delta & Guerrero Maya Jr. © b Bárbaro Cavernario & Hechicero [Arena Coliseo TAG]
Tecnicos took 1/3 to keep their titles. Third defense for Maya & Delta. They won clean, though the crowd favored the challengers and booed the result. Guerrero Maya Jr. still wants his super libre match with Hechicero.
6) Rey Cometa, Super Porky, Valiente b Ephesto, Hombre sin Nombre, Mephisto
Tecnicos took 2/3.

All tecnico wins. Semimain sounds really good, as expected. It seems to take everyone two tries to win the titles and it would not be a surprise to see Cavernario & Hechicero get another shot come this spring. Meanwhile, Guerrero Maya is doing a wonderful job of building up a match in CMLL that only ChilangaMask will actually book.

Today’s Lucha Underground has pretty much everyone in action. There will be two 10 person matches, an elimination match and a battle royal, and Lucha Underground has just enough people to fill out those matches. (They appeared to be surprises on the show, but they’ve been advertising them all week so it doesn’t feel spoiler-ish.) Blue Demon is not back, but the guys who Mil Muertes obliterated do return. There’s a teaser up – it appears to be the elimination match even though there’s a battle royal graphic.

The Lucha Underground Twitter reminded people they’re off for the year after today’s show, then back for 31 shows. We knew that, but it never occurred me until now that means they’re running all the way to August 5th if things go right. The original schedule had them taking off the summer, but then it got nudged back a little bit and the holidays causing them a skip a couple episodes stretches it out more. The plan is to run 40 episodes a year, and they might have simply a 6-8 weeks before starting up again.

I totally missed this, but go watch this match from IWRG (should start around 6:40). Look way into the background, and then be surprised as AYM does some accidentally good camera work as Toscano starts to attack fans. Nothing seems to come of this.

If you share this photo of Omar Brunetti & Gallo on your Facebook wall by Thursday at noon, you can get free tickets to Sunday’s CMLL show. Not sure why they’re using GDL lucahdors for a Mexico City only contest (except “all luchadors are all luchadors”.) There were only 13 people who shared it when I checked today, so your odds are pretty good.

CMLL Informa should be today at 5. Haven’t seen a preview.

LuchaWorld has a recap of 12/06/2014 Lucha Azteca.

DoradaFan has music videos of 10/07/14 and and 10/14/14 CMLL, as well as text lists of his picks for best dives of the year in CMLL and part of his AAA best dive list.

SegundaCaida reviews Héctor Garza, Máximo, Negro Casas vs Atlantis, Rey Bucanero, Último Guerrero

The second part of AAA’s audio analysis for Guerra de Titanes is up on Soundcloud.

SuperLuchas has an interview with the Ojo de Halcons. Ojo de Halcon Sr. is Junior’s uncle.

SuperLuchas look back at events on past December 17s include an apuesta win for El Santo.

DJ Spectro writes about Gran Hamada vs El Signo and the 1970 EMLL year end award.

Flamita’s latest match in Japan.

Lineups

Pegasso replaces Rey Cometa on the Saturday debut show.

IWRG (SUN) 12/21/2014 Arena Naucalpan
***Arena Naucalpan 37th Anniversary***
1) Dragón Celestial & Metaleón vs Araña de Plata & Hip Hop Man
2) Leo, Mike, Rafy, Teelo vs Apolo Estrada Jr., El Hijo del Diablo, Electro Boy, Imposible
3) Emperador Azteca, Pantera I, Suicida vs Chicano, Eterno, Oficial 911
4) Black Terry & Negro Navarro vs Trauma I & Trauma II
5) Rayo de Jalisco Jr. vs X-Fly, Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Pirata Morgan, Hijo de Máscara Año 2000, Máscara Año 2000, Oficial AK47, Máscara Sagrada, Súper Nova, Canis Lupus [cage, hair, mask]

Oficial AK47 and x-Fly seem the favorites to lose, but Pirata Sr. or Mascara Sr. aren’t impossible. Just unlikely.

Terry/Navarro vs Traumas rematch.

CMLL (TUE) 12/23/2014 Arena México
1) Bengala & Robin vs Apocalipsis & Camorra
2) Leono, Magnus, Sensei vs Artillero, Canelo Casas, Súper Comando
3) Soberano Jr., Starman, Stigma vs Cholo, Nitro, Raziel
4) Marcela vs Zeuxis [lightning]
5) Fuego, Rey Cometa, Super Porky vs Morphosis, Olímpico, Tiger
6) Atlantis, Marco Corleone, Máximo vs Felino, Kráneo, Terrible

Holiday vacations: semimain Morphosis & Olimpico. No Star Jr. or Ramstein in the tercera, but maybe they’ll pop up later.

CMLL (TUE) 12/23/2014 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Reycko & Virgo vs Mr. Trueno & Rey Trueno
2) Astral, Meteoro, Último Dragoncito vs Demus 3:16, Mercurio, Pierrothito
3) Esfinge, Gallo, Tritón vs Hombre sin Nombre, Pierroth, Sagrado
4) Blue Panther Jr., The Panther, Titán vs Bárbaro Cavernario, Boby Zavala, Mr. Águila
5) La Máscara, Máscara Dorada, Valiente vs Ephesto, Mephisto, Thunder

Semimain might be good depending on which Mr. Aguila shows up.

CaraLuchas (THU) 12/25/2014 Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal
1) ? vs ??
2) Kilvan & Yoruba vs Arceus & Rayo Star and Alfa & Omega
3) Emperador Azteca, Golden Magic, Metaleón vs Dinamic Black, Hijo de Clímax, Imposible
4) Andy Boy, Danger King, Guerrero Mixtico vs Apolo Estrada Jr., El Hijo del Diablo, Trauma I
5) Súper Nova © vs Trauma II [UWA JLH]
6) Negro Navarro © vs Hechicero (CMLL) [FLLM MASTER]

The start of a deluge of the usual Christmas Day shows. (Don’t count on anything being taped because there’s a lot of places to be.) Main event should be great, semimain was at least interesting when they met in IWRG. Fourth match is listed as Neza Boys versus Gringos and I think Trauma I needs to wear the big USA flag top hat.

Skyman was supposed to be back in the segunda, but is still not able to return. Three months turned out to be a conservative estimate.

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Casas & Shocker keep tag titles, Delta & Maya defend theirs, Octagon vs AAA, Lucharama

CMLL (MON) 12/15/2014 Arena Puebla [Periodico Enfoque, Periodico Enfoque (fotos)]
1) Ares, Centauro de Fuego, Guerrero Espacial b Black Tiger, Milenium, Toro Bill Jr.
Toro Bill Jr. replaced Lestat.
2) Hombre Bala Jr., Oro Jr., Súper Halcón Jr. b Espíritu Maligno, Fuerza Chicana, King Jaguar
Espiritu Maligno’s return since losing his hair.
3) Ángel de Oro, Fuego, Stigma b Hechicero, Puma, Tiger
4) Gran Guerrero, Pólvora, Último Guerrero b Dragón Rojo Jr., Máscara Dorada, Volador Jr.
Polvora defeated Dragon Rojo and demanded a title match.
5) Negro Casas & Shocker © b La Máscara & Máximo [CMLL TAG]
Maximo kissed Mascara by mistake, which led to the finish. They were not happy with each other after the match. Shocker & Negro Casas second defense.

Today is Delta & Guerrero Maya Jr. vs Barbaro Cavernario & Hechicero. It should be great. I have no idea who’s going to win. Delta & Maya are the regular team, Cavernario and Hechicero are not in the same group, and, whether by coincidence or plan, these Arena Coliseo Tag Team championships never change hands in Arena Mexico. On the other hand, this feels a lot like Titan’s En Busca de un Idolo year, where he didn’t win the title match he got from the tournament but finished the year by winning a different title because CMLL realized he was actually really good. And CMLL’s definitely realized Cavernario is really good based on how they’ve used him of late. (Hechicero is also not bad.) I’m thinking Maya & Delta probably retain but I’m not sure.

Blue Panther Jr. vs Sangre Azteca are the lightning match, and should be on YouTube sometime around 9pm. Main event is a Rey Cometa, Super Porky, Valiente versus Ephesto, Hombre sin Nombre and Mephisto trios; the preview suggests HsN is a permanent member of the trio but this is first time all three have teamed up in a while. The Cholo/Ramstein vs Soberano/Star Jr. feud has made it’s way over to Tuesdays, and the rudos have won every match in the feud so far. If that mask match is happening on 01/06, a holiday, then they’re about 3 weeks away from it and maybe still too early to announce it.

Guadalajara’s main event is a similiar to Sunday’s Terra one: Atlantis, Marco and Sombra versus REy Bucanero, Shocker and Terrible. Zeuxis versus Princesa Sugehit meet in the lightning match.

Octagon says he left AAA in March to work on the indies, then was really confused he wasn’t booked on any of the AAA big shows and was fired in October. I do not understand so many things, and that last sentence is one of them. Octagon says he’s not suing for the name – because he says he owns the name – but he wants back pay, vacation and anything else owed to him by the law. Octagon says he’s taking up the cause for Fuerza Guerrera, Tirantes and the guys who became CMLL’s Invasors – he didn’t seem to be behind that cause until now. Those guys also sued AAA for similar reasons and made it sound like they were going to get something out of it but Histeria, Psicosis and Alebrije all gave up using there name on TV eventually. I have no idea how this is going to turn out, but it does seem clear that Octagon wants to being a lot of attention to it because he’s been doing interviews about it on TV for the last couple of weeks.

Hooligan, who’s definitely the current Hombre sin Nombre, is listed as working in Arena Olimpico Laguna. Which is strange, because Hombre sin Nombre (and Dragon Rojo) are booked on the Saturday debut Arena Coliseo show.

El Bandolero was unmasked by Skayde Jr. on Sunday. Bandolero is Elias Rodriguez, 27 years old, from Ponce, Puerto Rico.

Today’s the 14th Anniversary of Blue Demon’s death.

CMLL has Viernes Tapatios as #1 on the their top 10 list.

I have a guest post over on Voices of Wrestling about lucha WON award candidates.

Rob Viper has a music video of 08/15/14 CMLL.

Black Terry Jr. has highlights of the 12/13/2014 WMC show.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update, Poster-Mania, and a recap of Sunday’s Fusion Pro Wrestling show.

Ohtani’s Jacket reviews La Fiera vs El Dandy‘s 1992 hair match.

SuperLuchas look back at this day in lucha includes an all champions UWA show.

Blue Demon & Mesias beat Perro and Zorro in Juarez.

You can vote for Hechicero or Arez are for a rookie of the year vote.

+LuchaTV asks Pantera I about his return to Arena Naucalpan after 18 years.

NJPW will have an autograph signing on 01/18 with Atlantis, Volador, Mascara Dorada, Stuka and Stigma. Also some NJPW people.

Mary Apache is in Japan. I had no idea.

Jushin Liger using the Pierrotina becuase why not.

Someone stole Alushe’s gear! Don’t trust any fake Alushes.

Lineup

CMLL (MON) 12/22/2014 Arena Puebla
1) Lestat, Soberano Jr., Star Jr. vs Disturbio, Espíritu Maligno, Toro Bill Jr.
2) Estrellita, La Vaquerita, Lluvia vs Amapola, La Comandante, Zeuxis
3) Rey Cometa, Titán, Valiente vs Kráneo, Morphosis, Olímpico
4) Dragón Rojo Jr. © vs Pólvora [CMLL MIDDLE]
Dragon Rojo’s 9th defense.
5) Atlantis, Marco Corleone, Super Porky vs Mr. Niebla, Rey Bucanero, Terrible

That Dragon/Polvora lightning match on Sunday was not exciting. Maybe the title match will be better.

Lucharama (SUN) 12/28/2014 Deportivo 18 de Marzo, Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal
1) Astro Rey Jr., Benji Marverick, Psico Kid vs Fulgor I, Fulgor II, Kastigador
2) Toscano vs Carta Brava Jr. (AAA)
WCS promotion match
3) Chica Ye-Ye, Demasiado, Estrella Divina vs Arkanos, Kilvan, Yoruba
Fusion Ichiban promotion match
4) Fly Metalik, Terremoto Negro, Wotan vs Arez, Belial, Impulso
5) Guerrero Del Bronx & Rolling Boy vs Gallo Tapado Jr. & Hijo de Clímax and Estrella Blanca Jr. & Hijo De Estrella Blanca and Celta King Jr. & Maquina Infernal Jr.
6) Fly Star, Rayo Star, Sky Man vs Andy Boy, Danger King, Guerrero Mixtico
CaraLuchas promotion match
7) Aeroboy & Violento Jack vs Galaxy & Ursus (Queretaro)
Haciendo La Lucha (Queretaro) match
8) Power Bull & Psique vs Angel Jr. & Lokillo
ILM promotion match
9) Aguila Oriental, Blacky, Brazo Jr., Glaactar vs Chalry Boy, Hermano Muerte Jr., Jorge El Salvaje, Ojo de Tigre Jr.
10) Andy Barrow & Villano III vs Aguila Enmascarado & Último Vampiro
11) Jimmy (DTU), Kevin (DTU), Tony (DTU) vs ?, Black Fire, Slayer Pack
DTU promotion match
12) Payaso De Plata & Payaso Extremo vs Aguila Enmascarada & Demente Extreme
13) Donatello (AULL), Miguel (AULL), Rafael (AULL) vs Ave Negra (AULL), Discordia, Ironía (Estado de México)
AULL promotion match
14) ? & Master Fly I vs ?? & Master Fly II
WMC promotion match
15) Ave De Fuego, Criss Boy, Furier, Látigo, Septimo Rayo vs Arceus, Caballero De Plata, Juventud Venegas, Rudy Venegas, Shadow
Futura Lucha Libre promotion match

This is a thing. It’s the Lucharama Expo, with free admission and the usual bit of people selling merchandise at tables along with the matches. I’m not even sure if these are all the matches, they’re just the ones announced so far on their Facebook. There will also be a photo exhibition with the best Black Terry Jr., Zao, and Rostro Oculto photos to battle it out. (There’s a funny skit to set that up.) May go to 11.

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12/13-14 lucha videos

Updated 5pm with Leyendas Inmortales

La Lucha Se Le Hace was a repeat. TVD Feed wasn’t working for Puebla. Puedo pagar 9 dólares y ver todos los espectáculos NJPW, pero ninguna cantidad de dinero puede conseguir a mí Rush contra Sr. Niebla.

IWRG never aired the Wednesday show. Or they’re going to air it out of order, that’s always possible.

Leyenda Inmortales was also recorded and will go up sometime later.

YouTube Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLYyNnOBGWP7T9P8niPSQ0zGCYdnkHyZjo

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X-Fly mishap causes someone else to lose their hair for once, upcoming Lucha Underground schedule

IWRG (SUN) 12/14/2014 Arena Naucalpan [Black Terry Jr. (flickr), The Gladiatores]
1) Galaxy b Shadow Boy
Shadow Boy, making his main show debut after appearing on the last two FILL shows, replaced Atomik Star.
2) Hip Hop Man, Liderk, Rayan b Centvrión, Pantera I, Suicida
First match here for Pantera I (at least by this name) since January 2000 – though our notes from that far back have a lot of holes. Mike Segura only hasn’t been here since February 2003. In their big return, they lost to two Comando Elite and Hip Hop Man.
3) Leo, Mike, Rafy, Teelo DQ Apolo Estrada Jr., Canis Lupus, Imposible, Oficial AK47
4) Black Terry & Negro Navarro DQ Trauma I & Trauma II
Traumas used a chian to take the first, then Terry & Navarro were DQed when they got the chain and used it in the second. This didn’t stop Terry and Navarro from attacking the Traumas after the match.
5) Chicano, Hijo de Máscara Año 2000, X-Fly b Hijo De Dos Caras, Relámpago, Toscano
6) Danny Casas DQ Oficial 911 [hair]
Seconds were Apolo Estrada (Danny) and X-Fly in an Team America jersey and funny wig (911). 911 took the first fall quick. Casas used a casita for the second. Both bled in the third fall. X-Fly had the bright idea to throw powder at Danny Casas in the third, ref saw it and called the DQ. Oficial 911 was not thrilled with X-Fly for that one and fought him before getting his hair shaved. AK-47 showed up to attack X-Fly too.

Referees were really calling it tight – chain and dust DQs are unusual, and Oficial 911 gave the commissioner a piece of his mind before getting his hair cut. Show was held early so everyone could go watch the LigaMX final (where American won, so at least X-Fly’s support didn’t curse everyone.)

Arena Puebla tonight has the Negro Casas & Shocker vs Maximo & La Mascara title match. A title change would be a significant surprise.

Just a reminder because people are likely to freak out about it this week: this Wednesday’s Lucha Underground is the last before a break for Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve. It’s off both El Rey and Unimas. (El Rey will air a marathon of episodes on New Years Eve; Unimas will just go back to movies.) This break was planned before the first episode aired, and had nothing to do with whatever they’re doing in the ratings. Lucha Underground has four more episodes taped which will air after that break, and are expected to start taping in January (though there are hints the start date might have shifted a week or so.)

Segunda Caida reviews Black Metal, Metálico, Stigma vs Bárbaro Cavernario, Hijo del Signo, Hooligan.

SuperLuchas look back at shows today include a Masakre vs MS-1 hair match.

Photos from the Lucha Libre in Cicero, IL with Skayde this weekend.

Local luchador Aero Fly hypes the upcoming AAA show in San Luis Potosi.

Dr. Wagner Jr., who had an argument with Sagrado after their match backstage on Saturday, got into an argument with Hijo del Ninja in Monterrey on Sunday. Lots of arguments (or lots of matches attempting to be set up.)

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Thunder/Marco, DTU tour, Dinamic Black mask win

CMLL (FRI) 12/12/2014 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [Domingos Familiares]
1) Dr. Frezzer & Explosivo b El Yaqui & Furia Nazi
Straight falls. Yaqui suffered an injury on a fall.
2) El Chakal, Jocker, Sádico b El Divino, Javier Cruz Jr., Virgo
Rudos took 2/3. Idolo Jr. was listed as debuting, but replaced by Virgo.
3) Esfinge, Exterminador, Magnum b Maléfico, Mr. Trueno, Rey Trueno
Esfinge submitted Malefico. Exterminador was annoyed because he wanted the win.
4) Pitbull I, Pitbull II, Satánico b Flash I, Flash II, Solar I
Originally a Zavala/Olimpico appearance against locals, then a trios with El Dandy, then a trios with Satanico. Rudos took 2/3.
5) Oro Jr., Rey Cometa, Soberano Jr. b Canelo Casas, Hijo del Signo, Mr. Águila

Even with the late day change, attendance looked to be about normal.

CMLL (SUN) 12/14/2014 Arena México [CMLL]
1) Akuma & Inquisidor b Bengala & Sensei Bengala & Sensei vs Akuma & Inquisidor, on DailyMotion (posted by thecubsfan)
Rudos took 2/3.
2) Dark Angel, Lluvia, Marcela b Amapola, Dalys, La Seductora Dark Angel, Lluvia, Marcela vs Amapola, Dalys, La Seductora, on DailyMotion (posted by thecubsfan)
Tecnicas took 2/3.
3) Ángel de Oro, Rey Cometa, Titán b Misterioso Jr., Pierroth, Sagrado Angel de Oro, Rey Cometa, Titan vs Misterioso Jr., Pierroth, Sagrado, on DailyMotion (posted by thecubsfan)
Tecnicos took 2/3.
4) Pólvora b Dragón Rojo Jr. [lightning] Dragon Rojo Jr. vs Polvora in a lightning match, on DailyMotion (posted by thecubsfan)
Polvora won via walking Polvora Driver in 7:10, a slight upset.
5) Máscara Dorada, Valiente, Volador Jr. b Gran Guerrero, Niebla Roja, Vangellys Mascara Dorada, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs Gran Guerrero, Niebla Roja, Vangellys, on DailyMotion (posted by thecubsfan)
Tecnicos took 1/3. Valiente had an ad for Omega Lab on his mask.
6) Atlantis, La Sombra, Marco Corleone DQ Negro Casas, Shocker, Thunder Atlantis, La Sombra, Marco Corleone vs Negro Casas, Shocker, Thunder, on DailyMotion (posted by thecubsfan)
Sombra & Marco did not get along with Atlantis early. Tecnicos took 2/3, Thunder choosing to foul Marco when he could’ve just fouled him.

Guerrero WMC unmasked/photo by Black Terry Jr.

Violento Jack & Drastick Boy beat Makabre & Tony Rodriguez in the main event of DTU’s stop in Arena Roberto Paz. Sunday, Joven Maravilla & Maremoto Jr. took Juventud Rebelde & Perro Callejero II’s hair in Irapuato.

Dinamic Black beat Guerrero WMC in their mask match on Saturday. Sagrado got into a fight with the Wagners after their match.

Saturday’s Leyendas Inmortales show pushed the Heavy Metal/Mascara Ano 2000 feud.

Alberto and Mesias were announced for the 01/06 Puerto Rico show.

AAA has a sponsored show at Gimnasio Juan de la Barrera on 12/18.

Vince Russo says this week’s Lucha Underground had it’s biggest audience this week. There’s no one who’s less accurate about television ratings than Vince Russo, but it sure sounds good. (And, again, Lucha Underground’s biggest ever viewership would’ve happened on a Saturday, though he could mean the El Rey number.)

RobViper has a music video of 08/12 & 08/19/14 CMLL.

BxB Fly has music videos of 09/30/14 Guadalajara and 10/05/14 Coliseo.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.

Segunda Caida reviews Brazo Jr. vs Koriz and Lucha Underground episode 7 (which is the correct number)

This week’s Super Libre had Black Man as in studio guest.

Lineup

IWRG (WED) 12/17/2014 Arena Naucalpan
1) Vampiro Metálico vs Atomic Star
2) Galaxy & Sky Ángel vs Araña de Plata & Hip Hop Man
3) Imposible © vs Metaleón [IWRG IC Light]
Imposible 7th defense
4) Canis Lupus © vs Eterno [IWRG IC WELTER]
Canis 1st defense, against usual partner Eterno.
5) Apolo Estrada Jr., Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo © vs Chicano, Danny Casas, X-Fly [EdM Trios]
Gringos 6th defense

Imposible/Metaleon should be good, Canis Lupus/Eterno will probably end up a brawl, but I have no idea how that main event is going to go.

CMLL (FRI) 12/19/2014 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) El Tapatío & Explosivo vs Relampago & Thunder Boy
2) Dr. Frezzer & Virgo vs El Chakal & Furia Nazi
3) Leo & Omar Brunetti vs Évola & Ráfaga
4) Gallo, Hombre Bala Jr., Súper Halcón Jr. vs Kamaitachi, Maléfico, Okumura
5) Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr., Super Porky vs Ephesto, Kráneo, Mephisto

With an extra week to prepare, the Friday night shows have actual main event wrestlers. Or what passes for main event wrestlers in CMLL at the moment. CMLL’s roster is deep enough that they should have enough for two quality main events every Friday – it’s kind of what they’re trying to do on Tuesdays. It’s going to be tricker on those rare occasions someone in Tijuana uses CMLL wrestlers.

The Okumura/Gallo feud will not die. For some reason.

Dragon Rojo Jr. replaces Mascara Dorada on the start of Saturday Coliseo shows. Those show start at 7:30pm local, so people going to them will be wandering out into a bad neighborhood around 10pm at night. Cheap tickets though, gives you more reason not to bring much money.

CMLL (SUN) 12/21/2014 Arena México
1) Molotov & Robin vs Akuma & Inquisidor
Molotov’s first appeareance since August 26
2) Hombre Bala Jr., Starman, Súper Halcón Jr. vs Hijo del Signo, Metálico, Nitro
3) Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr., Pegasso vs Boby Zavala, Puma, Tiger
4) Fuego vs Pólvora [lightning]
5) Blue Panther, Rey Cometa, Stuka Jr. vs Ephesto, Hombre sin Nombre, Vangellys
6) Felino, Mr. Niebla, Thunder vs Máscara Dorada, Valiente, Volador Jr.

No sign of any program here during the holiday season (The Cholo/Ramstein vs Star Jr./Soberano Jr. one seems permanently moved to Tuesdays.) At least the tercera and fourth should be good.

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Rey Bucanero steals one from Volador, Angelito okay

photo by Alexis Salazar

CMLL (FRI) 12/12/2014 Arena México [CMLL]
1) Acero & Último Dragoncito b Pequeño Olímpico & Pequeño Universo 2000
Universo replaced Nitro on Monday.
2) Cancerbero, Nitro, Raziel b Hombre Bala Jr., Súper Halcón Jr., Tritón
3) Ephesto, Mephisto, Pólvora b Dragón Rojo Jr., Super Porky, Titán
Kraneo beat Porky
4) Valiente DQ Bárbaro Cavernario [lightning]
Babraro pulled Valiente’s mask off at 9:16 for the DQ
5) Negro Casas, Rey Bucanero, Terrible b Atlantis, Máximo, Volador Jr.
Bucanero snuck in a foul on Volador Jr.
6) La Máscara, La Sombra, Marco Corleone b Shocker, Thunder, Último Guerrero
Marco is an unofficial Ingobernable and got along with his partners.

CMLL is finally doing something with a TRT member, just the wrong one.

Angelito was cleared by a doctor and was back training on Friday. The belief is his small size saved him from being paralysis on that scary fall on his head.

Mr. Niebla and Puma are wrestling in Costa Rica today.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.

a syndication promo for CMLL’s Cadena3 show has made it online. Footage only looks 12-18 months old, which is better than usual for these sort of things.

Rodrigo Reyes talks about talking lucha libre photos in Japan.

DTU article hyping their seventh anniversary card.

Sexy Star says she’s better than Ivelisse in every way.

Mexican director Arturo Ripstein is in charge of the movie about the deaths of La Parkita and Espectrito.

Lineups

CMLL (FRI) 12/19/2014 Arena México
1) Magnus & Oro Jr. vs Espiritu Negro & Súper Comando
2) Pegasso, The Panther, Tritón vs Cancerbero, Raziel, Virus
3) Dark Angel, La Vaquerita, Marcela vs Amapola, Dalys, La Seductora
4) Dragón Rojo Jr. vs Bárbaro Cavernario [lightning]
5) La Máscara, La Sombra, Marco Corleone vs Euforia, Thunder, Último Guerrero
6) Atlantis, Máximo, Volador Jr. vs Rey Bucanero, Shocker, Terrible

Volador/Rey Bucanero is officially a thing. Ingobernables continue to face Ultimo Guerrero for some reason. Same applies to Babraro being in the lightning match.

Video promo.

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Syuri wins CMLL women’s championship, IWRG cheats to win revenge match, Dandy stays retired

photo by @youji4876

Lucha Libre in Japan
12/12 REINA
3) Goya Kong [O] & Muneca de Plata b Haruka Kato [X], Erin [X], Koyuki Hayashi [X], Miyako Matsumoto [X]
4) Syuri b Marcela (c) [CMLL WOMEN]
Syuri took falls 1/3 to win the title, the last with a Buzzsaw kick. Syuri is the 16th champion, and 6th Japanese champion (Nakano, Jubuki, Yoshida, Hiroka, Kurihara). Marcela loses attempting her 13th known defense. She held the title for 2.5 years. Both are the second longest marks. Bull Nakano, the first person to hold this champion, was a special guest for the match and put the belt on Syuri after the win. Syuri already holds the REINA championship and it’s possible they’ve unified those two titles.

This came as a surprise, but it shouldn’t have been looking back. Marcela previously beat Syuri in Japan in August, and it doesn’t make sense to do this twice in such short time for the same outcome. Syuri making a return trip to Mexico seems likely. A similar situation took place with Ayumi Kurihara in 2011-12, which lead to Kurihara defending it in Japan a couple times before losing it back in Mexico.  (Here, they set up Kana as a challenger in the post match.) Last time, got a couple very good matches out of it, hoping for the same this time. Marcela hadn’t defended the belt in Mexico all year and they have two other women’s championships, so this shouldn’t chance much for the short term.

Twitter account @batt20110528 has a ton of picture of the complete match, which looks hard hitting.

other results

CMLL (TUE) 12/09/2014 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [Martes de Glamour]
1) Évola & Infierno b El Divino & El Tapatío
2) Esfinge & Leo b Mr. Trueno & Rey Trueno
3) Zeuxis b Dark Angel, Amapola, Princesa Sugehit, Tiffany, Lluvia, La Vaquerita, Dalys [cibernetico]
Zeuxis beat Sugehit, setting up a rematch.
4) Ángel de Oro, Rey Cometa, Stuka Jr. b Boby Zavala, Okumura, Vangellys
Stuka splash on Zavala for the win
5) Máscara Dorada, Máximo, Super Porky b Ephesto, Kráneo, Mephisto
Porky beat Kraneo
6) Volador Jr. b Último Guerrero
Ultimo Guerrero got in the Guerrero Special – in the second fall, which meant Volador was able to pull off the Spanish fly in the third fall. Hair match challenges followed.

Zeuxis and Sugehit have a lightning match next week. Nothing special in the two unannounced openers, just didn’t have room on the poster for them.

IWRG (WED) 12/10/2014 Arena Naucalpan [Black Terry Jr. (Flickr), The Gladiatores]
1) Power Bull b Vampiro Metálico II
2) Galaxy & Sky Ángel b Payaso De Plata & Payaso Extremo
3) Leo, Mike, Rafy, Teelo b Anubis Black, Araña de Plata, Atomic Star, Hip Hop Man
4) Black Terry, Dragón Celestial, Metaleón b Danger King, Dr. Cerebro,Orión
FILL vs Sexy Gym (this time called Sexy Gym Arkanos) feud from the FILL shows. FILL team took 1/3, Celestial beating Cerebro with his feet on the ropes.
5) Eterno, Oficial 911, Veneno b Canis Lupus, Chicano, Danny Casas
All the rudos were in a bad mood and there were moments of teammates of fighting each other, as well as the Eterno/Chicago feud resurfacing. 911 beat Casas and said the same would happen Sunday.

Danny Casas has never lost his hair. Neither has 911, but he just lost his mask and the Oficials luck in these things has turned bad.

Today’s CMLL main event is La Mascara, La Sombra and Marco Corleone vs Ultimo Guerrero, Shocker, and Thunder. The CMLL preview emphasizes Marco maybe being an ally of the Ingobernables and maybe facing off with Thunder. The best chance for a memorable match is the Valiente/Barbaro Cavernario lightning match. It seems a pretty unmemorable card overall.

Today is also the first Arena Coliseo Guadalajara show. It’s memorable for how odd the main event is for a move to a new night. Hijo del Signo and Canelo Casas being used as main eventers suggest this wasn’t planned out well, or for long. The semimain, El Dandy returning to team with the Pitbulls against Stanico and the Flashs, was probably actually supposed to be the drawing card but it’ll have to be one without El Dandy. Dandy was quietly pulled from the card this morning for Solar.

It looked like AAA had their annual company Christmas party yesterday, only everyone was dressed for wrestling so it’ll likely be something to be shown on TV. They’ve used that sort of footage as part of past of Best Of episodes and that might be the case here.

AAA’s launched a Soundcloud page, with part 1 of Guerra de Titanes discussion and Super Fly talkipong about losing his mask and starting with Lucha Underground. It seems like they’re recording these on a phone, but making it sound much louder than I was managing.

Rob has a clip of Aerostar’s insanity.

Ring of Honor officially announced Alberto el Patron working for them in 2015. He’s announced for 01/013 in Nashville, 01/30 in Dearborn, 01/31 in Dayton and 03/01 in Las Vegas on their next PPV.  (ROH runs Las Vegas?) Best we know, Lucha Underground will only be taping on Saturday and Sundays, so it’s only that 01/31 date which might be a conflict if Alberto is working for both groups. No idea when AAA is taping in January but that’ll have to be worked around both schedules.

Maybe more notable is Lucha Underground has been getting some level of exclusivity in their contracts and it doesn’t look like they’re getting it here, but the deal with Alberto was already going to be different. The bit we don’t know is if AAA will request Alberto not lose elsewhere while AAA heavyweight champion. The championship is mentioned in press release. It seems like Japanese promotions have requested that in past US indy bookings. AAA seems more flexible about that sort of thing (and they’ve been totally okay with Texano losing on their own non-TV shows), but AAA’s heavyweight champion working dates elsewhere is totally uncharted territory.

Huracan Ramirez talks about the team he won a luchador versus boxer match in Colombia. It’s unclear if this article includes an old interview with a Huracan Ramriez (since, if this actually happened, it’d have to be the deceased Daniel Garcia) or if it’s the current Huracan Ramirez pretending to be an 82 year old man.

LuchaWorld has a recap of CMLL Informa. Mistico is now saying he was warned that if surgery didn’t go well, they might have had to amputate his leg, and the whole accident has caused him to be more upbeat and positive.

LuchaWorld, Voices of Wrestling and LV all have recaps of this week’s Lucha Underground

Segunda Caida reviews Atlantis, Mr. Niebla, Último Guerrero vs Blue Panther, Brazo de Plata, Héctor Garza

LV reviews this past week’s CMLL C3 show, which was pretty fun.

Chavo Guerrero talks about his importance in Lucha Underground.

Stigma is surprised and honored to be on the FantasticaMania tour.

Lineups

DTU (SAT) 12/20/2014 Arena Lopez Mateos
1) Galaxy & Star Boy vs Joven Maravilla & Maremoto Jr. and Corazon Latino & Jhonki and Astro Satanico & King Lion [relevos suicidas]
losers face off the next day in Poza Rica.
2) Jimmy, Kevin, Tony vs El Chet, El Junior, Nene and Aero Power, Angel Azul, Ferrari Ultimo Generacion
3) Artikus & Lanzeloth vs Gremlin & Vengador and Crazy King & Meido Extremo and Cotty Santiago & Low Rider
4) Jinzo & Rocky Lobo vs ? & ?? [DTU NEXO, final]
Winner of Black Fire & Slayer Pack and Crazy Boy & Nino Hamburuguesa
5) Drastik Boy © vs Hacker, Septimo Dragon, Aero Boy, Chica Ye-Ye, Príncipe Halcón [DTU AI]
6) Paranoiko © vs Shiryu, Rocky Santana, Super Mega, ? [DTU CONSAGRADO]
7) Ovett vs Ángel o Demonio [hair]
8) Violento Jack © vs Cíclope [DTU]
a match with no mat

The big show for the DTU tour is at Arena Lopez Mateos. I actually think Black Fire & Slayer Pack are going to get to the finals, since they actually got a tag team name (4×4) and all. That would slide Crazy Boy into the Consagrado match and Nino Hamburuguesa replacing whoever inevitable no-shows. Violento Jack has been doing matches that have turned into no mat matches every since picking that up in his trip to Japan, so this time this mat just gets removed ahead of time.

Lucha Memes (SUN) 12/21/2014 Coliseo Coacalco, Coacalco, Estado de México
1) Crazy Romano & Obscuro vs Dragon Negro & Gato De Ecatepec
2) Mike Segura vs Freelance
3) Fly Star & Karma vs Alfa (IWRG) & Fulgor I and Fulgor II & Omega (IWRG)
4) Miss Gaviota vs Juana La Loca, Estrella Divina, Loba De Fuego, Demasiado
5) Trauma I & Trauma II vs Herodes Jr. & Metálico
6) Astro Rey Jr., Benji Maverick, Kastigador, Psico Kid vs Leo (IWRG), Mike, Rafy, Teelo
7) Arez, Belial, Impulso, Keira vs Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro, Oficialito AK47
8) Negro Navarro & Qué Monito vs Judas el Traidor & Zacarias
mascot must be involved in winning submission or pinfall

Full card for next Sunday’s show. Busy weekend for indy shows, Christmas week usually has a few more. Of note, Judas el Traidor replaces Black Terry in the mascot match. Lucha Memes says Black Terry will be back on future shows.

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12/13-14 lucha times

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I finally deleted the Monterrey section. I’m still recording it and will probably continue as long as something is airing in that slot, but it’s been reruns since August now and there’s no sign of anything else happening.

== AAA ==

DF part 2:

== Lucha Underground ==

A Unique Oppurtinty

Cueto plans a 10-way match and a Boyle Heights Battle Royal; Cueto promises a valuable prize for two luchadores.

That’s the whole show – the two matches and the prize.

== CMLL ==

FOX2: Infierno en el Ring! The trailer has the top 3 matches, which doesn’t say much for the cage match length.

Azteca: a really lackluster show you shouldn’t bother watching

52MX: Rey Cometa vs Sagrado.

Claro: Marco vs Terrible and the top rope

C3: Dragon Lee vs Virus! Also other matches but that should be good enough.

TVC Deportes (Puebla): Rush vs Niebla, if it stays on track. There’s no schedule posted even for tomorrow as I write this, so no idea when/if this will air.

Terra Sunday: Atlantis, Sombra, Marco vs Casas, Shocker, Thunder. Seems like a skippable show.

== IWRG ==

IWRG (LAS/AYM): It’s possible I’ve found a way to get both shows, but am still figuring that out. At any rate, this should be Danny Casas/Oficial 911 focused.

(below, let’s see what it looks like when I just cut and paste the chart.)

 
Air Time Tape Date Potential Lineup
CMLL on FOX SPORTS
MEX FS2: 12/13: 12:30-1:30p CT
12/05 Mexico Dragón Rojo Jr., Super Porky, Titán vs Kráneo, Mr. Águila, Vangellys
La Máscara, Máscara Dorada, Valiente vs Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Thunder
Felino vs Marco Corleone, Último Guerrero, Volador Jr., Terrible,
Shocker, Bárbaro Cavernario, Rey Bucanero, Máximo, Blue Panther [cage, hair]
AAA
Televisa: 12/13: 3:30-5p CT
UTDN: 12/18: 7:30-9:00p CT
11/28 DF Bengala, Drago, Niño Hamburguesa vs Carta Brava Jr., Eterno, Hijo de Pirata Morgan
Faby Apache & Ivelisse vs Sexy Star & Taya Valkyrie
Fénix & Myzteziz vs Pentagón Jr. & Zema Ion
Lucha Underground 1×7
El Rey: 12/17: 7-8p CT
Unimas: 12/20: 3-4p CT
10/04 Temple 10 man elimination match
10 man battle royal
surprise match
CMLL on Azteca (US)
Azteca: 12/13 4-5p CT
11/28 Mexico Felino vs Rey Bucanero [lightning]
Bárbaro Cavernario, Shocker, Vangellys vs Blue Panther, Máximo, Super Porky
Terrible, Thunder, Último Guerrero vs Atlantis, La Máscara, Volador Jr.
CMLL on 52MX
US 12/13: 9-10a CT
MEX 12/13: 8-9p CT
12/02 GDL Kráneo, Morphosis, Olímpico vs Stuka Jr., Super Porky, Tritón
Rey Cometa vs Sagrado [lightning]
Euforia, Thunder, Último Guerrero vs Atlantis, Máximo, Volador Jr.
CMLL on Claro Sports
MEX 12/13: 11a-12n CT
12/07 Mexico Ángel de Oro, Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr. vs Hombre sin Nombre, Kamaitachi, Sangre Azteca
Atlantis, Dragón Rojo Jr., La Máscara vs Gran Guerrero, Niebla Roja, Pólvora
Marco Corleone vs Terrible
CMLL on Cadena3
12/13: 7-9p CT
12/09 Mexico Magnus, Metatrón, Star Jr. vs Artillero, Metálico, Súper Comando
Fuego, Oro Jr., Soberano Jr. vs Arkángel de la Muerte, Disturbio, Kamaitachi
Blue Panther, Blue Panther Jr., The Panther vs Felino, Puma, Tiger
Virus © vs Dragon Lee [CMLL SL]
Bárbaro Cavernario, Euforia, Hechicero vs Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr., La Sombra
CMLL on TVC Deportes (Puebla)
12/15: 4-6p ET
11/03 Puebla Arkalis, Black Tiger, Flyer vs Akuma, Fuerza Chicana, Policeman
Demus 3:16, Pierrothito, Saurón vs Asturiano, Stukita, Último Dragoncito
Black Panther, Blue Panther, Cachorro vs Hombre sin Nombre, Tiger, Virus
Atlantis, Marco Corleone, Volador Jr. vs Rey Bucanero, Shocker, Terrible
Rush vs Mr. Niebla
CMLL on Terra
12/14: 5-7ish p CT
12/14 Mexico Bengala & Sensei vs Akuma & Inquisidor
Dark Angel, Lluvia, Marcela vs Amapola, Dalys, La Seductora
Ángel de Oro, Rey Cometa, Titán vs Misterioso Jr., Pierroth, Sagrado
Dragón Rojo Jr. vs Pólvora [lightning]
Máscara Dorada, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs Gran Guerrero, Niebla Roja, Vangellys
Atlantis, La Sombra, Marco Corleone vs Negro Casas, Shocker, Thunder
IWRG on AYM Sports/LAS
AMY 12/13: 3-5p
LAS 12/14: 11-1a
AYM 12/15: 9-11p
All times unreliable
12/10 IWRG Galaxy & Sky Ángel vs Payaso De Plata & Payaso Extremo
Leo, Mike, Rafy, Teelo vs Anubis Black, Araña de Plata, Atomic Star, Hip Hop Man
Danger King, Dr. Cerebro, Orión vs Black Terry, Dragón Celestial, Metaleón

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