03/30: Guadalajara, Neza, Xalapa

CMLL (SUN) 03/25 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [cmll]
1) Carlo Roggi & Nube Roja b Depredador & Rey Trueno
2) Magnum b Infierno
3) Cien Caras Jr. & Hijo de Cien Caras b Leon Blanco & Rayman [OCCIDENTE TAG]
4) el Hijo del Pierroth, Ephesto, Olímpico b La Máscara, Metal Blanco, Virus
5) Atlantis, LA Park, Último Guerrero b Alex Koslov, Lizmark Jr., Rey Bucanero

I thought there might be a title change, because it doesn’t seem like the Cien Caras kids are around here much. Didn’t turn out that way – it came down to Rayman and Cien Caras Jr., but the ref got distracted, Hijo de Cien Caras slipped in to foul Cien Caras Jr., and the champs retained. Ultimo snuck in a foul on Rey in the main event.

CMLL (TUE) 03/27 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [CMLL]
1) Valentin Mayo b Nube Roja
2) Super Maquina b Golden
3) Metalik b Guero Loco
4) Oro II b Toxico
5) el Hijo del Pierroth, Máscara Mágica, Olímpico DQ Gallo, Leon Blanco, Sagrado
6) Alex Koslov & Místico b Ephesto & Mephisto

Magica fouled Sagrado; they seem to be setting up a feud there.

CMLL (TUE) 04/03 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Virgo vs Fraile de la Muerte
2) Idolo vs Danger (Guadalajara)
3) Metalik vs Depredador
4) Marcela vs Amapola
5) Metal Blanco, Oro II, Volador Jr. vs Malefico, Nitro, Toxico
6) Rey Bucanero & Texano Jr. vs Emilio Charles Jr. & Hector Garza

CMLL (WED) 03/28 Arena Xalapa Results [rodrigo_park @ Satanico's Mansion]
1) Master & Pegaso de Plata b Cancer & Destructor
2) Gabriel O Gabriela & Karate Boy b Guerrero de la Noche & Perro Mocho Jr.
3) Mini Damian 666, Mini Halloween, Mini Hooligan b Mini Robin, Tzuki, Ultimo Dragon
4) Astro Boy, Impacto, Samuray b Arkangel, Eslabon Perdido, Loco Max
5) Mascara Purpura, Rey Bucanero, Shocker DQ Atlantis, Olimpico, Ultimo Guerrero

Ultimo faked a foul from Shocker. Astro Boy and Arkangel were feuding in the semifinal. Black Warrior, Tarzan Boy and Heavy Metal all missed the show, replaced by Ultimo Guerrero, Olimpico, and Mascara Purpura.

CMLL (SUN) 03/27 Arena Neza Results [Rudos de Neza]
1) Dark Devil & Red Bull b Boazz & Samy Rivera
2) Luis Cirio, Manny Cirio, Tony Cirio b Cometa Blanco, Cosmico, Insecto
3) Chac-Mol vs Ramstein, Rayo Tapatio I, Rayo Tapatio II, Tony Rivera, Valiente, Arkangel, Skandalo, Apocalipsis, Hooligan [ciber]
4) Dos Caras Jr. & Marco Corelone b Hector Garza & Perro Aguayo Jr.

Finals of the cibernetico was Ramstein vs Chac-Mol. When el Rey de Neza lost (yet again), he demanded a mask match and got into another fight with Chac-Mol. After the main event, they did a quickie Dos/Perro one fall match with a rudo and a tecnico fan’s hair on the line. Perro went down, the rudo fan got his head shaved and carried off on the shoulders of the other rudos fans.

AAA (WED) 04/18 Gimnasio Benito Juarez de Cuautitlan de Romero Rubio [triplea]
1) Billy Boy & Estrellita vs Apache & Tiffany
2) ?, Mexiacano, Mexico Bronco vs Cuervo, Ozz, Scoria
3) Nemesis AAA, Rey Cometa, Super Fly vs Alan Stone, Brandon, Scorpio Jr.
4) Elegido, Gronda II, La Parka Jr. vs Charly Manson, Chessman, Head Hunter I

People on Box Y Lucha have noted the oddness of this main event, so I thought I’d point out here. I’m pretty sure it’s just house show weirdness – a week later, Head Hunter’s working against the Head Hunters.

Martha Villalobos’s AAA-allied is group is running 8 shows in 12 days at a fair.

A request to run a CMLL show in Zacatelco, Tlaxcala was rejected by local government, because the city council was worried that the ring would mess up the basketball floor the show would be held on.

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CMLL on FSE #8 (10/01/06)

taped 09/24/06 and 09/05/06 (for some reason)

The final segment of the show was cut out. I’m guessing they didn’t realize they were running long until the last second, and then just cut the last segment out becaus they had no choice. But maybe I’m giving them more credit than they deserve

I may have no actual factual basis to declare Ramstein “el Rey de Neza”, but based on this match, I have some video evidence to declare him “not so good in 2006.” The frog splash to finish off the second fall was so much less than Tony’s the previous fall, and that wasn’t a great one. Ramstein had bad timing and communication issues and he really should either watch this mistake to figure out everything he did wrong, or burn every copy of it and hope everyone forgets. Whichever is easier.

The rest of the matches from the 09/24 show never aired anywhere. GdR aired stuff from Arena Mexico those weeks. Maybe there were some sort of taping issues at Coliseo? It’s quite random.

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quick note on Juvi & Nicho

AAA posted it’s preview of Sunday’s TV taping, and the main event is now Charly/Chessman vs Mesias/?. Nicho’s not mentioned. I’d assume the mystery partner is no big surprise.

Juvi IS mentioned as working the semimain as originally scheduled. At least at this moment, he’s still with the company.

03/28: Laguna, Monterrey, Puebla, Hidalgo

In today’s Ovaciones, Ultimo Guerrero states that he has no intention of being Mistico’s friend or a tecnico. Ultimo’s only doing this match because it allows him to put the Perros in their place. If Mistico and he can put aside their difference for a night, they’ll be a a tough team to beat, but regardless, they’ll stop being a team as soon the match is over.

AAA (SAT) 03/31 Coliseo Laguna [el siglo de torreon]
1) Alan & Decnnis vs Black Jet & Kain
2) Brazo de Plata Jr., el Angel, Oriental vs Angel Mortal, El Gallego, Mr. Condor
3) Psicosis II vs Antifaz, Nicho [bull terrier]
4) Brazo de Plata & Octagon vs Head Hunter I & Kenzo Suzuki

Card subect to change. I believe the news update says Angel Mortal, Gallego and Mr. Condor used to be Las Gemas del Ring (Brillante, Zafiro, and Diamante.)

indy (SUN) 04/01 Arena Coliseo Monterrey
1) Borrico & Burrito vs Erin Snake & Marrullero
2) La Kalaka & Sky vs Aero Boy & Master Boy
3) Huracan Ramriez Jr., Silver Star, Ultraman Jr. vs Al Barone, Ejecutor, Vudu
4) Casanova & Konan King vs Humberto Garza Jr. & Super Konan
5) Konan Big vs Hijo de Solitario, Hijo de Anibal, Golden Boy [FILL SUPER HEAVY, mask, hair]

CMLL (MON) 04/02 Arena Puebla
1) Forajido & Super Star vs Fuerza Tiger & Muecielago
2) Espiritu Maligno, Toro Bill, Toro Bill Jr. vs Ares, Fuerza Chicana, Furia Chicana
3) Arkangel, Loco Max, Ohara, Okumura vs Coco Blanco, Coco Rojo, Coco Verde, Leono
4) Felino, Heavy Metal, La Mascara vs Efesto, Mephisto, Terrible
5) Alex Koslov, Hijo de Lizmark, Marco Corelone vs Atlantis, Mascara Ano 2000, Ultimo Guerrero

NWA PRO (SUN) 04/15 Dodge Arena, Hidalgo TX
1) La Parkita & Tsuki vs Octagoncito & Pirata Morgan
2) Octagon & Super Porky vs Abismo Negro & Incognito
3) Sicodelico Jr. & Super Porky vs Mortiz & Super Parka
4) El Hijo del Santo & Latin Lover vs Blue Demon & Nicho

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AAA #618

taped 02/23, aired this past weekend in the US

Shows are a lot more fun when you imagine random non-existent angles.

Alan/Zumbido vs Pirata/Charly go into the short list of Good Matches From This Tag Team Tournament. The fans were into it (would’ve been more into if it was Chessman and Charly, but what can you do), and both teams seemed desperate to win the match. The way matches are laid out usually in AAA, with the rudos getting in all sorts of offense but not trying to win the match (and sometimes displaying they could win the match but don’t care to) and then the tecnicos getting in all sorts of offense but not trying to get the pin until everyone’s had a turn, matches come off as boring meaningless exhibitions of moves. They’re not going anywhere, they’re just milling time until the two guys who are involved with the finish face off against each other. All the moves in between don’t really mean anything, and I’m wasting my time watching them.

I’m sure this is a result of lucha libre being built around three falls – you do those long one sided tecnicos to climax to an intermediate pinfall. There’s more immediate payoff; we all know 1st and 2nd falls don’t mean that much, but they operate as waypoints. One fall matches take those waypoints out, and the path you’re traveling doesn’t make any sense any more.

Say I’m dating this girl, and we hang out at her place all the time. Because I’m awesome, I go out of my way make a couple of stops on the way – drive thru to get dinner, Blockbuster to pick up a DVD. Those stops mean I’m not going the most straight foward route, but because part of the point trip is to make those stops, the route makes sense.

Later on, things have changed. She’s subscribing to Netflix, so we don’t need a DVD, and we’re both about sick of fast food, so she’s cooking dinner.* I don’t need to make stops on the way to her place…but oddly, I’m still traveling the long route past each old stop on the way. It doens’t make any sense, and it’s a waste of time.

This is AAA – they’re not using three falls system anymore, but they’re still using the three fall psychology and it doesn’t make any sense under this setup. It doesn’t mean they need to go back to three falls, it just means they need to find a way to make whatever fall system they’re working make sense. It’s a mess right now.

It should be noted that a lot of the stuff got over, and I’ve never been in a ring so what do I know.

(* – if you are this girl, call me)

Anyway, before I went off the rails, I was talking about the Guapos tag match. The difference was both sides were actively, desperately trying to win the match. The traditional system went out the window, because the momentum shifts happened more times and more often, and wrestlers tried to win/end the match from early on. It helped that there were some good workers in there too. I’m hoping they don’t drop the Alan Stone/Zumbido team after this, because they’ve got some potential. Alan’s grown on me as one of AAA guys I actually like.

I want to say the same thing about Zumbido, but I haven’t been able to appreciate him much since the story about his, uh, domestic issues (which would be 3-4 years ago at this point, right?) It’s compartively unfair, because I’m sure I’ve heard stories about other people that are far worse and they didn’t irrevocably cross a line in my mind like Zumbido did, but I’m unable to get over it with him.

Opener was lesser than usual for that style, didn’t think much of the other tag team tournament, Mexican Powers/Foreign Legion was exactly as I figured it would be, Consgrados/Tecnicos was an AAA special and I could not be less into Octagon versus Fuerza, and the main event wasn’t so good. Cibernetico very slowly seems to be getting the idea of the tecnico thing, and it’s a shame he’s not working as one more often so he could improve a little faster.

Just to preemptively clear up my conspiracy theories, I think there’s 0% chance an secret alliance between the Vipers and the Hell Brother was actually in the plans when they did this match, and I think there’s less than 2% chance Intocable caning Zorro was supposed to foreshadow anything tangible at this point. But it’s fun to imagine something huge being started by something very small and built over months, which is why I see things like this (and consider Parka joining the Legion) and make a note out of absolutely nothing.

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03/30-04/01 Lucha Times

AAA US: The penultimate tag team tournament matches. Sexi Star’s in-ring debut, Black Magic as a member of the Foreign Legion and Latin Lover versus the Vipers.

I really have no idea what’s airing anywhere in CMLL land this week. Or next week.

CAN52: I’m like three weeks late in noticing this but – did CAN52 ever adjust for daylight savings time? Everything seems to be on a hour later. Very strange. If things go back to normal next week, that’ll be funny. Guessing the Perros/Mistico trios airs here.

FSE: the listings say “Volador vs Averno”. There’s no unaired one with those two guys recently – the last one was the one that aired on GdR last week. They can’t be repeating matches from these two shows, can they? I think the Jeque/Stuka stuff actually starts here.

CMLL: the PPV! (Note to self: try to find something to write about the PPV.) And who knows what on Saturday.

AAA MEX: The day after Rey de Ryes. What happens when a policeman, a scarecrow, a monster, and a human virus stop being polite, and start getting the opening match?

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03/28: Coliseo, Tijuana, Monterrey, Ticketmaster

CMLL (TUE) 03/27 Arena Coliseo Results [ovaciones]
1) Angel Azteca Jr., Explosivo b Carrona, Zayco
2) Mini Damian 666, Mini Halloween, Mini Mr. Aguila b Tzuki, Shockercito, Electrico
3) Hirooki Goto, Okumura, Ohara b La Mascara, Virus, Texano Jr.
4) Lady Apache b Amapola [CMLL WOMEN]
5) Atlantis, Ultimo Guerrero, Misterioso Jr. b Shocker, Rey Bucanero, Heavy Metal
6) Dr. Wagner Jr. b Averno

The big news is Shocker actually wrestled a scheduled match. The rumors of him going to WWE popped back up over the weekend, but I’ve not heard them come from WWE’s direction.

Ovaciones says just over 2,000 people showed up for this card. I don’t know what they’ve been drawing lately on Tuesdays (just generically “bad”), but it doesn’t seem like this card was as interesting to the people who were buying tickets as it was to me. I guess, not knowing what they’ve drawn previously, this could even be a bump up, but it’s still a low amount. On this night, Wagner wasn’t a draw and the women’s title wasn’t a draw.

Ovaciones was sounded very down on Amapola/Lady Apache (which was three falls) and doesn’t have much to say about Averno/Dr. Wagner. “Dr. Wagner put Averno in his place”, indeed.

VIVA LA LUCHA (FRI) 03/30 Palenque el Parque Morelos, Tijuana Lineup
1) Disco Machine, Karl Anderson, Joey Ryan vs Human Tornado, Lil Cholo, Silver Tiger
2) Pancho Cachondo, Animaniac, Shamu vs Viernes 13, Tazmania, Scream
3) Super Astro, Venum Black vs Angel Mensajero, Psico
4) Genio del Aire, Iron Boy, Luminoso vs Phoenix Star, Zokre, Cobra II
5) La Parkita, Octagoncito vs Piratita Morgan, Espectrito
6) Los Ice Creams vs Jigsaw, Lince Dorado
7) Xtreme Tigre vs Mortiz
8) Nicho, Juventud Guerrera vs Rey Misterio, LA Park

This is a co-promoted show with TJ’s lucha commission, a free show, and a pilot TV taping. ‘ccording to El Sol de Tijuana, it’s for a Yet To Exist US Combat Sports network, which, well – it’d be nice if it happened, let’s say it like that. PWI says it’ll be G4, so I may have to get over hating that network if this makes air. Since this is just a pilot, it’s far from sure it’ll ever be air anywhere.

I’m guessing this is two (or more) shows combined into one taping. Whoever’s doing this seems to have a clue, because they’re making the local stars the headliners instead of the random US/Canada indy guys, which seemed like an issue with the US-ish run RLLX in Guadalajara (though I guess we should remember that it probably didn’t matter who was on top given the billon other things that seemed to go wrong for that group.)

I wish I loved Xtreme Tiger as much as everyone who books him. I presume PWG is providing the film crew and that’s why their guys are working the opener. Sixth match is from CHIKARA; whoever did the poster I’m looking at had it listed as “Los Helado Atomico”, and it wasn’t untll I looked at the PWI article that I realized someone had translated “Ice Cream”. PWI also says Cobra II is TJ Perkins in one of his dozen masked gimmick – he wrestled under that name once in Arena Coliseo.

Do you think LA Park is going to be BANNED FOREVER from Arena Mexico for working a show with AAA worker Juvi (and Nicho, maybe)? I’m thinking no.

indy (TUE) 03/27 Arena Coliseo Monterrey [rfc]
1) Rey Morgan ?? Jimmy Navarro
2) Erin Snake b Angel Negro
3) Ejecutor b Ultraman Jr.
4) Konnan King b Huracan Ramriez Jr.
5) Silver Star b Silver Cat
6) Pancho Tequila b Golden Boy

They failed to deliver Nygma vs Silver Cat! What a fraud.

Ovaciones confirms Friday’s show will be on PPV, and mentions that tickets will be on sale today at Arena Mexico. That ticket mention is a twisted way of saying* the Ticketmaster deal is off, I believe. There’s still no ticket listing at the site. This week’s Figure Four Weekly has a story on the situation. Ticketmaster typically adds a flat processing on every ticket, as do most similar ticket services. That fee would be a big increase to the cheaper tickets, so CMLL would rather Ticketmaster just take a percentage of the ticket cost. Neither side has budged – Ticketmaster doesn’t need CMLL, and CMLL rather do things their own way. Ovaciones mentioning that you can buy tickets at Arena Mexico and not even addressing the ticketmaster situation is the usual (highly annoying) way of addressing the issue by not addressing it all.

There ARE Ticketmaster alternatives – MLB owned Tickets.com, for one, so maybe they’ll look around for a better deal.

Ovaciones also has stories on Niebla, Oriental, and Super AAA visiting a home from special needs children, and La Parka Jr. perhaps going rudo.

El Halcon #89 is up. They’ve got an interview with La Mascara (who credits Skayde and Negro Navarro for helping him with classic lucha elements), second part of the Cibernetico interview and a Vaquero Q&A (he says he’s once won the world Minis title – ?), as well as features on the original Ray de Jalisco and the fourth part of it’s look back at the original El Halcon.

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Paco Alonso in Luchas 2000 interview

Cesar @ Box Y Lucha’s forum is great man. He transcribed many of the comments made by CMLL’s Paco Alonso in the latest Luchas 2000, all regarding the fallout with Santo. I encourage you to read them for yourself, as well as the people responding to them, but here’s some of the highlights:

– Paco blames the fallout totally on Santo, naturally. Alonso explains the only thing he ever required of Santo was to not work for the competition (who he refuses to name), and since Santo worked for AAA twice (on 12/05/06 in Puebla is one of them, Monterrey’s the other), he can’t work with CMLL. It’s one or the other.

Later on, Alonso says it was about Santo’s pay request. Alonso says everyone recieves good money, all dependent on where on the card they work, and everyone’s doing well. He’s not going to break that scale for Santo, by paying him more.

Alonso feels Santo is getting bad advice and hasn’t had a problem with him to this point.

– While the Dos Leyenda show will now honor a different wrestler each year – Black Shadow, Mil Mascaras, and Perro Aguayo are thrown out as possible future names – there will be no change to the Leyenda de Plata (which may happen in a couple of months.) CMLL has trademarked both names and will go to court to keep them.

– Alonso states a couple of times that El Santo is a legend, and El Hijo del Santo is a quality wrestler who has a legend’s name.

– Alonso says Mistico is a better draw than Santo, and other wrestlers receive far less than normal with Santo because his cost is so high.

– Mistico didn’t go to WWE and stayed with CMLL because Mistico has a “unshakable moral structure” and a greatful person for all CMLL has done for him. (That’s being Mistico’s reason is questionable at best, but the bigger point is if you get pushed by CMLL and leave, you’re an morally corrput ungrateful lost soul.)

This disagreement seems all about how much Santo gets paid per show, (and, relatedly, how much CMLL pays everyone else), and it sounds like it’d be immediatly over if they could agree on a number. As much as he backhands Santo here, if he simply didn’t want Santo at that price, he just wouldn’t use him and that’d be that. Things like isolating him from the CMLL workers and allied arenas, and continuing to use the Leyenda de Plata with him are Paco Alonso’s ways of forcing Santo make a deal before he loses more.

Or maybe Paco Alonso is just a vindictive dude. There’s a bit of evidence there. I hope he’s not mad at me!

If this was happening in the US, I’m sure there’d be some sort of legal fight over the Leyenda de Plata tournament name. Not sure about Mexico.

off topic: I’d like to point everyone towards a Luchas 2000 page or website or something so you can buy the issue with this interview (and more), but – they don’t have one. Come to think of it, you can’t actually buy Box Y Lucha on Box Y Lucha’s site or buy Super Luchas on Super Lucha’s site (and Guerrero del Ring’s message board seem to be have been close for a long time) – that seems to somewhat defeat the point of having a website that’s promoting the magazine.

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CMLL on FSE #7 (09/24/06)

taped 09/24/06

The third straight ripped up episode. By this point, FSE figured they should give the finishes, so we get 2 minutes of a womens match and the final two falls of a trios match.

It occurs to me now, if FSE really wanted to be helpful, they’d ditch the first segment, since it’s just hype and teases, rather than cutting out stuff that’s actually being hyped and teases. It’s kinda tough to skip the opening of a show, I guess.

I want to be annoyed about Averno and Negro being cut out, because it’s a rare CMLL TV match between upper level workers (a bit too rare of late), but I don’t think one more fall would’ve saved it. This was Every CMLL Singles Match Ever for the final two falls, what with the quick tecnico pin, taking 10 seconds of rest between every move in the third fall, super slow counts, the “tecnico does a dive, comes back in first, celebrates on his knees, gets pulled into a caverneria, fights free” spot they’re apparently required by law to do every time; it felt like enough title match clinches so it qualifies as a title match and very little desire to do any more. And it wasn’t well done enough to overcome the lack of imagination. Disappointing.

FSE should’ve have a big shot of Averno winning the belt at some point here, but they appeared to forget until we saw it on him during the post match interview. That’s championships in Mexico.

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03/27: Guadalajara, IWRG, Monterrey, Puebla

CMLL

CMLL (TUE) 03/20 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [cmll]
1) Estrella de Jalisco b Imposter
2) Fraile de la Muerte b Nube Roja
3) El Egipcio b Rey Marisal
4) Stuka Jr. & Tigre Blanco b Mr. Trueno & Rey Trueno
5) Máximo, Sagrado, Satánico b Maascara Ano 2000, Malefico, Máscara Mágica
6) Último Guerrero DQ Marco Corelone

First time CMLL’s posted Guadalajara results since early Feburary. (The results say 03/13, but it’s the 03/20 card.) Wouldn’t you know it, something intersting happened – Ultimo faked a foul and drew a DQ from the rudo referee, Marco started to leave, when he was confronted by Vampiro. Vampiro challenged Corleone to a match, next time he was in Guadalajara. I think Robert gave away CMLL booking plans.

IWRG (SUN) 03/25 Arena Naucalpan
1) Comando Gama & Vampiro Metálico b Celstial & Zella
2) Antaris & Bacteria b Black Thunder & Narcosatanico I
3) Esfinge, Kai, Yamato b El Hijo del Diablo, Trauma I, Trauma II
4) Fantasma de la Ópera, Pierroth Jr., Veneno DQ Freelance, Suicida, Turbo
5) Damián 666, Misterioso II, Villano III DQ El Dandy, Máscara Sagrada, Sagrado

El Dandy gave Villano III a martiente, and that was the end of that. Rambo was among those people checking on Villano III – the recap mentions Rambo’s the IWRG “Technical Director” (booker? why would they mention that?) – and somehow this led to Dandy making a challenge for a three way hair match, Dandy vs V3 vs Rambo. Once again, why? (Dandy will says it’s because Villano III took Rambo’s mask and hair many times, but – why?)

Suicida got DQed twice beating up Fantasma in the semifinal, and demanded a title shot. I don’t think that’s how that works.

Los Traumas LOST. A sad day for us all.

indy (SUN) 03/25 Arena Coliseo Monterrey
1) Mini Payaso Cero DRAW Beto Alcala
2) Angel Negro & Black Nazi b Ave Azul & Erin Snake
3) Arcangel (Monterrey) & Chuy Escobedo Jr. b La Fiera & Zulu
4) Ejecutor & Red Flamer b Corazon Adicto & Ultraman Jr.
5) Al Barone, Silver Cat, Silver Star b Golden Boy, Hijo de Anibal, Huracan Ramriez Jr.
6) Konan Big b Sky, Casanova, Pancho Tequila, Super Konan [FILL SUPER HEAVY]

La Fiera is working the segunda? At least La Fiera is working. Main event was supposed to be a cage match, was supposed to include Konnan King, but it’s Arena Coliseo Monterrey so you get what you pay for.

CMLL (MON) 03/26 Arena Puebla [hugo999]
1) Ares & Mr. Rafaga b Forajido & King Jaguar
2) Espiritu Maligno, Siki Osama Jr., Toro Bill Jr. b Asturiano, Blue Center, Tigre Rojo
3) Loco Max, Maniacop, Skandalo b Batman, Máximo, Texano Jr.
4) Damián 666, Halloween, Mr. Águila b Fuerza Chicana, Furia Chicana, La Mascara
5) Marco Corelone, Místico, Rey Bucanero b Averno, Máscara Año 2000, Último Guerrero

Los Chicanas replaced Metal and Volador Jr.

Super Luchas #205 is all about the WWE tour.

Mistico explained to El Sol de Tampaco that he’s missed previous bookings in the area because he was either injured, or announced as wrestling before the contract was actually signed and ended up booked elsewhere. He understands why local fans would be upset, and vows to be there tomorrow, for his tag title defense against Warrior and Averno.

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