Hair matches, Garza vs Shocker (and his parents)

IWL (SUN) 10/31 Gimnasio Pablo Colin [Estrellas del Ring]
1) Solar I DRAW Heddi Karaoui [cage, valetodo]
2) Bestia 666 & X-Fly b Carta Brava & Fantasma de la Ópera [cage,IWL TAG, tournament]
3) Juventud Guerrera b Trauma I, Trauma II, Scorpio Jr., Black Abyss[IWL CONTINENTAL, cage, tournament]
4) Damián 666, Lizmark Jr., Super Crazy DQ Marco Corleone, Súper Nova, Tóxico DF [cage]
5) Cerebro Negro L Aeroboy, Eterno, Naruto, Daga, Medico Asesino Jr.,Fishman Jr., Black Fire, Ragde, Pesadilla [cage, hair]

IWL says CMLL  pulled Olimpico, Felino and Psicosis II from this show. On his podcast, Colt Cabana seemed under the impression he was working this show at least up to a couple week prior, so there may be things going on here.

It’d been a whole 8 months since Cerebro Negro lost his hair, so he lost it here to Aeroboy the final two in the cage. Black Fire was the first out.

Two non-finishes in cage matches on this show. Solar I and Karaoui with to a draw in a vale todo match (I want to see the scorecards) and the DQed in the 4th was for a Porros run-in. Toxico DF is the former Psicosis III, who made it clear to everyone that he WAS the former Psicosis III but would be no longer. Histeria is the only remaining 3rd generation Viper who hasn’t been confirmed as gone.

AULL (SUN) 10/31 Arena Lopez Mateos [Estrellas del Ring]
2) Gallo Tapado Jr., Robin Maravilla, Tortuguillo Ninja II b Cerebro Maligno, Epitafio, Ghefar
3) Rey Krymen, Sepulturero I, Super Colt b Chucho el Roto, Rocky Santana, Sadico
4) Herejia b Yakuza [AULL WELTER]
5) Terry 2000 b Iron Love [hair]

Could’ve sworn Felino/Bucanero vs Olimpico/Charly was supposed to main event this show, but no mention of them in the results. Perhaps that’s a pattern. Terry 2000 won in a bloody match. Herejia won the title from Yakuza.

CMLL (SUN) 10/31 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [Fuego en el Ring]
1) VirgoÁngel del Mal
2) Drago & EbolaMagnum & Samurai
3) Dr. X, Hooligan, NosferatuÁngel Azteca, Guerrero Maya Jr., Starman
4) Fabián el Gitano, Rush, Stuka Jr.Misterioso Jr., Sangre Azteca, Vangelis
5) La Máscara, Sagrado, ShockerEphesto, Héctor Garza, Negro Casas

Ephesto replaced Mr. Niebla. Shocker’s mom and dad there, so Garza couldn’t help but to pester them during the match. This time, Shocker got the win.

Ebola and Samurai are feuding and headed to hair vs hair match.

AAA Lucha Libre Premier taping dates are now 11/01, 11/15, 11/28. That’s one less than they originally had, but the distance makes more sense between these. They got about 3 shows per taping last time.

CMLL in NJPW: 11/01
Block B: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson b Terrible & Texano Jr. [Anderson Gun Stun Terrible]
Block A: Manabu Nakanishi & Strong Man b Togi Makable & Tomoaki Honma [Strong Man Argentine backbreaker Honma]

Strong Man/Manabu Nakanishi have 6 points (3-1), unexpectedly leading their group. Figure them being passed at some point.
Terrible/Texano Jr. have 2 points, 1-2. They’ve got matches with Tajiri/Tanahashi and No Limit left, and ought to win one of those.

Robert has a review of CMLL 52MX from this weekend.



10/31 AAA TV Results (Neza)

Los Bizarros 2.0

AAA TV (SUN) 10/31 Deportivo Metropolitano de Neza [AAABlack Terry Jr. (flickr)Mi Lucha Libre]
1) Cinthia Moreno, El Brazo, Mari ApacheNaguya, Oyuki, Yuriko
2) Billy Boy, Chris Stone, DecnnisAerostar, Laredo Kid, Súper Fly
3) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown NC Damián 666, Halloween, Super Crazy
4) Dr. Wagner Jr., El Mesías, La Parka Jr.Halloween, Hernandez, LA Park
5) Cuervo & OzzChessman & Zorro

2010 AAA TV Chart
Projected Air Date (#962)
Mexico: 11/07
US: 11/20

Dark Family continued their winning ways, Cuervo getting Chessman clean with a senton con giro. The Militia and Skull Mask attacked Cuervo & Ozz after the match. Taboo ran out for the save, Decnnis got a shot in on him, and the rest of the Bizarros ran in: Scoria, the returning Nygma, and the debuting Amadeus. They made the save, then left thru the crowd. Nygma is the only returning Bizarro (unless it’s someone familiar under the Amadeus mask.)

Perro Aguayo Jr. was scheduled for the semimain, but Perro Aguayo has some issues. Tweets from people in the building suggested Perro was either on drugs or drunk when he got in the ring. A fine week for Los Perros! He didn’t stay there – Mesias hit him with a chair, Perro was removed from the match, and Halloween took his place. Parka pinned Park, which is a bit surprising. After the match, Zorro randomly attacked Wagner, and the Psycho Circus randomly made the save. Wagner, clearly in the market for new flunkies, decided they four should form a group: Potencia Mundial (World Power). Psycho Clowns did the Wagner hand signal, so their in.

Mi Lucha Libre and the AAA recap seem to slightly different on what the finish was for the terceras, but we’re going with no contest. Match randomly included barbed wire and turned into a bloody brawl. Clowns got their masks ripped, came back, then went insane when Tirantes tried to screw with him. Tirantes was laid out, Piero was laid out, Gran Apache was laid out, production people were laid out, and Joaquin was nearly laid out. So close. Obviously setting up the rematch here.

Aerostar returned from his tag team tournament in oblivion, replacing Argenis. In the last match with Super Fly, he ‘suffered a knee injury’ on a dive. On TV, it came off more as if he was being overdramatic (and bad actor) rather than pulling something. This time, Super Fly got hurt and needed help to the back, but the recap says Super Fly was faking his injury. Maybe he did join the Militia, but they just haven’t shown it to us yet.

Naguya and Oyuki are Kitzune Nanuko and Biba Kasai aka Mia Shirai and Io Shirai. The Shirai’s matched up names to names on their blog, and are now my new most favorite luchadors.  No sign of the people the WON had originally for this spot. I don’t know this as a fact, but if the Shirai’s are already in Mexico on their own dime (appears to be the case) and all foreigners are interchangable (observed philosophy here), then AAA surely saves some money by not flying people in. Kitzune was actually the most amusing person in the match with the Morenos and Alissa Flash, FWIW.

Next normal taping is Sunday, though the Lucha Libre Premier Season 2 opener is tonight.

Zorro takes Nicho’s hair, X-LAW, Taichi/Maximo

Who’s doing the monthly CMLL recaps for wikipedia? I’m guessing you’re reading this because of similar source links, but I’m just curious about it.

AAA PdN (SAT) 10/30 Poliforo Juan Gabriel [Mi Lucha Libre]
5) ZorroNicho el Millionario [hair]

Weapons match with Mini Abismo Negro and Octagoncito (as seconds) getting involved, and the referee favoring Zorro the whole way. No counts when Nicho had a pin, fast count for Zorro’s win. After the match, Nicho protested, demanded the ref be suspended for six months, questioned if the referee even had a license, and refused to get any more than a few locks cut off. However, later in the locker room, Nicho did get his hair shaved. Good he did it, bad the fans didn’t get to see it. Nicho complained more about the referee in an interview.

X-LAW (SAT) 10/30 Arena Lopez Mateos [SuperLuchas]
1) La Vaquerita b La Pantera and Chica Tormenta
2) Bunker & Chapulin Negro b Dragon Ninja, Lumino, Okuzono
3) Epidemia, Heavy Boy, Sadico DRAW Arsenal, Distubrio Ledesma, Sadico (Tampico)
4) Serval b El Duende, Aborto [XLAW WELTER]
5) Bestia 666, Grendel, Heimdal b Carta Brava, Cerebro Negro, Fantasma de la Ópera
6) Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro b Angel o Demonio, Leon Rojo, Obett
7) Super Crazy b Joe Lider, Shyru Dragon [XLAW JH]
8) Sabu b Damián 666 [XLAW INT]

Damian attacked Sabu in a press conference the day before the show, to explain his presence in the match (no Nosawa, who was the champion) and possibly to explain why Sabu went into the match with rib pain. Sabu favored it thru the match and even the Super Luchas recap notes he didn’t wrestle as well as he once did (though he tried), but Sabu did win the match and the title.

Both other titles matches had the champions retaining. Crazy pinned Joe Lider. Juvi turned up to celebrate with Super Crazy, and of course immediately turned on him to set up a future match. The battle of the Sadicos ended with the refs losing control of the match.


CMLL (SUN) 10/31 Arena Coliseo [CMLL]
1) Disturbio & MortizCamaleón & Robin
2) Bam Bam, Eléctrico, Último DragoncitoPequeño Olímpico, Pequeño Warrior, Pierrothito
3) Dark Angel, Goya Kong, Luna MágicaLa Comandante, La Seductora, Mima Shimoda
4) Shigeo Okumura, Taichi, YoshihashiMáximo, Toscano, Valiente
5) Blue Panther, Brazo de Plata, Hijo del FantasmaAtlantis, Mephisto, Rey Bucanero

Porky was both a vampire and Charly Manson! He also hurt Atlantis’ ribs on a splash, and Atlantis eventually was strechered out.

Taichi pinned Maximo clean with the Black Mephisto, then talked trash to Maximo. Unfortuantly, he did this in Japanese, but eventually everyone worked it out. Maximo offered a hair vs hair rematch.

Goya Kong dressed as a witch and got the win in her match.

Electrico feuded with Olimpico and Warrior in his match.

CMLL in NJPW: 10/31
– Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson, Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi b Terrible, Texano Jr., Jado & Gedo [Anderson on Gedo]
– Manabu Nakanishi, Strong Man & Koji Kanemoto beat Yuji Nagata, Wataru Inoue & Jushin Liger [Nakanishi on Liger]

LuchaWorld has Alfredo talking about his trip to Lucha Va Voom, and KrisZ’s news update.

Cesar is in a run of naming things or at least wondering about names for them: CMLL World Trios champsCamaleon’s trademark submission (Camaleon has a trademark?), Apolo Estrada Jr.’s stunner variant, Metalico’s wheelbarow driver, and Mortiz & Disturbio’s double team submission. I think I’ve seen Apolo’s stunners on the US indies (which means in Japanese move), but at least they’re doing new stuff. I’m all for names sticking to moves.

IWL and AAA TV tomorrow.



IWRG (THU) 11/04 Arena Naucalpan
1) Tonatiuh vs Keshin Black
2) Dinamic Black & Freelance vs Hammer & Magia Negra
3) Bugambilia del Norte, Miss Gaviota, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo, Guerrero Negro
4) Cerebro Negro & Dr. Cerebro vs Crazy Boy & Joe Lider
5) Hijo del Cien Caras vs El Hijo de AníbalTrauma IOficial AK47Comando NegroMáscara Año 2000 Jr.Hijo de Pirata MorganCentauroOficial 911Carta Brava Jr.Arlequin NegroAlan Extreme [castle of terror, mask, cage]

Castle of Terror! Centuaro, Comando Negro, Alan Extreme and Arlequin Negro are likely suspects. 911 has a chance too – they keep debuting new Oficials, which usually means a replacement is about to be needed.

IWRG (SUN) 11/07 Arena Naucalpan
1) Guizmo & Super Halcon Jr. vs Epidemia & Keshin Black
2) Dinamic Black & Eragon vs Gemelo Fantastico I & Gemelo Fantastico II
3) Chico Che, el Ángel, Freelance vs Comando Negro, Guerrero Negro, Magia Negra
4) Hijo del Cien Caras & Máscara Año 2000 Jr. vs Hijo de Pirata Morgan & Pirata Morgan
5) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs El Hijo de Aníbal, Gran Markus Jr., Veneno

The Pirates/Dinamitas feud is back? Huh.

CMLL (SUN) 11/07 Arena Coliseo
1) Astro Boy & Tony Rivera vs Apolo Estrada Jr. & Zayco
2) Dalys la Caribeña, Lluvia, Marcela vs Amapola, Princesa Blanca, Princesa Sujei
3) Ángel Azteca Jr., Ángel de Plata, Fabián el Gitano vs Euforia, Nosferatu, Pólvora
4) Hijo del Fantasma, Rush, Sagrado vs Mephisto, Taichi, Yoshihashi
5) Brazo de Plata, Máximo, Shocker vs Héctor Garza, Negro Casas, Volador Jr.

Hey, look, it’s Tony Rivera. There’s a point being made here.

CMLL (SUN) 11/07 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Astaroth vs Metalik
2) Leo & Samurai vs Ebola & Malefico
3) Fantasy, Shockercito, Último Dragoncito vs Pequeño Olímpico, Pequeño Universo 2000, Pierrothito
4) Delta, Diamante, Valiente vs Arkángel de la Muerte, Hooligan, Virus
5) La Máscara, Místico, Toscano vs Atlantis, Rey Bucanero, Último Guerrero

Guerreros del Atlantida team up, no longer are actually Guerreros del Atlantida.

Amapola, Mascara/Sombra/Dorada keep their titles, AAA/NOAH, lineups

Karis La Monito/CMLL

CMLL (FRI) 10/29 Arena Mexico [CMLL]
1) Metálico & SenseiApolo Estrada Jr. & Zayco
2) Loco Max, Nitro, SkándaloÁngel Azteca Jr., Pegasso, Rey Cometa
3) Euforia, Pólvora, VirusÁngel de Oro, Delta, Diamante
4) AmapolaTiffany [CMLL WOMEN]
5) Máximo, Místico, Super Porky, Valiente DQ Atlantis, Dragón Rojo Jr., Negro Casas, Último Guerrero
6) La Máscara, La Sombra, Máscara DoradaEl Alebrije, Olímpico, Psicosis [CMLL TRIOS]

Clean wins for the champions in both matches. Psicosis lost to Mascara’s campana in the third fall of the main event, while Amapola beat Tiffany with the backcracker. The first couple of falls of the women’s title match had a bit controversey, causing Mima Shimoda & Estrellita (Amapola & Tiffany’s seconds) to get thrown out.

Mascara was solicting for names for his team on Ras de Lona. I guess they’re not a dream team.

Bad night for injuries. Pegasso did an Asai Moonsault into an armdrag and landed in the hospital. He hurt his right knee on the landing. Angel de Oro hurt a toe on a moonsault to the floor. Both injuries basically gave the rudos the win.

Dragon Rojo fouled Mistico for the DQ in the semimain. Metalico replaced Astro Boy.

Now that she’s no longer teaming with the Invasors, Ras de Lona had an interview with Marcela explaining why she was teaming with the Invasors. Timely! Also, Atlantis played foosball and they had a 10 second skit with Mistico, Monito, Perico and Cuije promoting the Halloween shows.

10/30: KENTA & Atsushi Aoki b Jack Evans & Extreme Tiger [semfinal, KENTA Got 2 Sleep Jack]
Jack & Tiger won the “Techinque Prize”! Really.

10/30: Yuji Nagata, Wataru Inoue b Manabu Nakanishi & Strong Man [Nagata backdrop hold Strong Man]
Strong Man’s team is stuck at 2 points, but so is every team in their block.
Toru Yano & No Limit b Hiroshi Tanahashi, Terrible, Texano [Yano on Terrible via Akikiri]



IWRG (SUN) 10/31 Arena Naucalpan
1) Centurión vs Epidemia
2) Brazo Metalico & Dinamic Black vs Alan Extreme & Nemesis
3) Bugambilia del Norte, Diva Salvaje, Miss Gaviota vs Arlequin Amarillo, Arlequin Negro, Arlquein Rojo
4) Gran Markus vs VenenoEl BrazoOficial 911El Hijo del DiabloDr. CerebroChico CheMagia Negra,Oficial FierroCerebro NegroHijo del Cien CarasEl Hijo de AníbalPirata MorganFreelanceComando NegroBlack TerryOficial AK47Máscara Año 2000Tony RiveraPollo [cibernetico, lumberjack]

This resembles the previous listed card for IWRG in that they were both lucha libre shows featuring luchadors. Otherwise, not much the same. Main event is a twenty man match, where the eliminated grab straps and become lumberjacks. Amusing for the Arlequins to return the show before the Castle of Terror.

CMLL (FRI) 11/05 Arena Mexico
1) Metálico & Trueno vs Artillero & Súper Comando
2) Astral, Bam Bam, Eléctrico vs Pequeño Nitro, Pequeño Violencia, Pequeño Warrior
3) Ángel de Oro vs Euforia [lightning]
4) Metro, Stuka Jr., Valiente vs Vangelis, Felino, Misterioso II
5) Averno, Máscara Dorada, Negro Casas, Rey Bucanero, Shocker vs Charly Manson, Héctor Garza, Mr. Águila, Olímpico, Psicosis
6) La Máscara, La Sombra, Místico vs Atlantis, Dragón Rojo Jr., Último Guerrero

CMLL vs Invasors cibernetico. Wonder if they’re setting up some new version of that. Invasors desperately need a win, or a new reason to exist.

Main event is focused on the Dragon Rojo/Mistico thing.

Tuesday’s Arena Mexico show has been moved to Arena Coliseo. Maybe because it’s an earlier start time? Maybe because they’re just random?

The lineup for 11/07 AAA says the Apaches opponents are Oyuki & Kaguya. Whoever they might be.

11/07 AAA TV Lineup (Tlalnepantla)

AAA TV (SUN) 11/07 Centro de Convenciones de Tlalnepantla
1) Mascarita Divina & Octagoncito vs Mini Histeria & Mini Psicosis
2) Fabi Apache & Mari Apache vs ? & ??
3) Aerostar, Extreme Tiger, Jack Evans vs Billy Boy, Chris Stone, Decnnis
4) Joe Lider, Nicho el Millionario, Ozz vs ?, Damián 666, Halloween
5) Cibernético, El Mesías, La Parka Jr. vs Chessman, Hernandez, Zorro

2010 AAA TV Chart
Projected Air Date (#963)
Mexico: 11/14
US: 11/27

Here’s the problem. 5 matches = 1 taping, but they  would have to turn around the next taping in Thursday. Maybe they’ll use one of the unaired matches from Heroes Inmortales? They’ll figure it out.

No basketball hoop this time :(

This seems to be a show to have a show. Maybe it’ll be more intriguing after Sunday? Seems like they’re waiting to actually put the new Bizarros in TV, but this main event will be full of Cibernetico bitterness.

Minis return the TV. Tiger & Jack return from Japan. Aerostar returns from oblivion.

The women probably are the same women as Sunday and the same women we think they are, but who knows.

IWRG, title matches tonight, AAA Lucha Libre Premier returns, TV notes

IWRG (THU) 10/28 Arena Naucalpan [Mi Lucha Libre]
1) Tonatiuh vs Epidemia
2) Centurión & Dinamic Black vs Alan Extreme & Carta Brava Jr.
3) Bugambilia del Norte, Chico Che, Miss Gaviota b Arlequin Rojo, Comando Negro, Hammer
4) Chiva Rayada, Gato Eveready, Relampago DQ Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro
5) Electroshock b Joe Lider, Silver King [bull terrier]

Gato Eveready 2010: A cat you can trust/AAA

Electro won the bull terrier match, with the Maniacos starting off friends not and not quite ending that way. Lider was attacked after the match by Dr. Cebrero, who wanted an extreme match with him. Dr. Cerbero is a goofball.

Sounds like the Oficials were DQed for a mask pull after dominating the match. No telling who’s in the Chiva Rayada outfit now. The name turns up on AAA spot show infrequently, but the gimmick hasn’t made TV since it was other people.

Tercera set up a Chico Che/Comando Negro match.

AAA’s website announced Guerra de Tirantes will be on 12/05 in Auditorio Benito Juárez, Zapopan, Jalisco. That’s outside the extended Mexico City driving area, first time since July.

Tonight’s previews: ESTO, Notimex, AMI Sports (via Gladiatores) focusing on the trios title match. According to that article, Sombra, La Mascara, and Mascara Dorada are calling themselves “Dream Team”. When did that happen? The refs for the title match have been announced as Tirantes & Rafael El Maya. I’m betting on the status quo in both title matches, even though it doesn’t help the Invasors.

AAA’s Lucha Libre Premiere will return this November. The show aired last fall/winter on Fox Sports Espanol (Mexico only) and will be back on that station. They’re taping 11/01, 11/13, 11/20, 11/28 (why did they not mention this until 3 days before the first taping? Peculiar) at Six Flags with no air date mentioned. Last year, this was a points tournament format, where the rules sort of got changed by the end and Dr. Wagner Jr. It was mostly ignored on the main AAA show (and by people who watch AAA) and went unmentioned after it ended. Figured that meant it was canceled, but maybe it’s meant to be seasonal programming – filling in gaps for auto racing and baseball on the network?

CMLL’s Twitter says they’re airing at 4:30 pm (central) on Saturday. AAA’s TV preview hypes the return of Gato Eveready. I was going to make fun of that, but that’s actually a fine selling point.

PuroLove‘s TV listings have “NOAH/Takashi Sugiura Mexico Special” airing on 11/20/2010 on Gaora TV. The Chessman/Sugiura match did not air in Mexico, so that’ll be the only time it turns up.

In the comments, Kyle mentioned Gamestop says the Wii version of Heroes del Ring is canceled. Video game company hasn’t said anything. I think I’ve decided to stop linking to reviews at this point; I think you’ve gotten the idea.


  • Estrellas del Ring has an interview with Super Brazo & Super Brazo Junior. Senior says the Junior is unrelated, but the Junior has a lot of skills and earned the name. This never turns out well. (Early warning sign = this looks like the second Super Brazo Jr. Maybe the third.)
  • SuperLuchas has a promo from NWA Bolivia. NWA Bolivia?
  • News report on a Chilean lucha show in prison.
  • GALLI posted video of their September show in Rockford, outside in the cold and rain.
  • Lucha Libre Salinas is advertising a show for 11/07. LA Park and (Hijo de?) Rey Misterio are pictured on the posters, but the actual names for the show are conspicuously missing.
  • Cronicas Y Leyendas has video of Perro Aguayo vs Fishman in Dallas.
  • Octagon, building houses. We really need a picture of a Casas building a casa (or pinning someone with a casita.)


CMLL (MON) 11/01 Arena Puebla
1) Blue Center & King Jaguar vs Ares & Centauro de Fuego
2) Guerrero Maya Jr., Horus, Tigre Blanco vs Bronco, Puma King, Tiger Kid
3) Ángel de Oro, Leono, Sensei vs Demus 3:16, Dr. X, Nitro
4) Máximo, Metro, Stuka Jr. vs Misterioso II, Pólvora, Sangre Azteca
5) Blue Panther, Máscara Dorada, Místico vs Felino, Rey Bucanero, Último Guerrero

A lineup ahead of time! Main event is a rematch. Really, so is the second – same rudo group, just Maximo instead of Valiente. Next Monday is likely fan appreciation here, and they’re telegraphing Bucanero vs Mistico (maybe Rey defends his title?) but they could be setting up the title match in the semimain too.

Puebla, AAA TV schedule, lineups

CMLL (MON) 10/25 Arena Puebla [CMLL, KrisZ]
1) Akron & Fuerza Chicana b Centella de Oro & Stigma
2) Dalys la Caribeña, Goya Kong, Luna Mágica b La Seductora, Princesa Sujei, Seuxis
3) Shigeo Okumura, Vangelis, Yoshihashi b Delta, Diamante, Sagrado
4) Misterioso II, Pólvora, Sangre Azteca b Metro, Stuka Jr., Valiente
5) Felino, Rey Bucanero, Último Guerrero b Blue Panther, Máscara Dorada, Místico

Bucanero snuck in a foul on Mistico, which sets up a rematch next week.

Hey, look, Sangre and Misterioso teamed up. Maybe they can compare notes.

Seuxis did not quit, did not jump to AAA, but also did not win.

This week’s AAA had their TV schedule for November
11/07: Tlalnepantla (Convention Center)
11/18: Naucalpan (IWRG)
11/22: Leon (Domo de la Feria)

The Tlalnepantla is surely a double taping. They’re also doing a tie up with the local sports department to promote the sports in the town.

It’s been a day and a half, and I don’t think any site that promoted the Perros del Mal shows by posting their press releases has even mentioned the show got canceled.

NJPW posted the Texano & Terrible vs Nakamura & Puder match on YouTube.

AAA has short vignettes showing the new Bizarro members: Taboo & Scoria.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update and the new Ras de Lona.

MaskMania profiles Dragon Rojo Jr..



CMLL (TUE) 11/02 Arena Mexico
1) Molotov & Starman vs Disturbio & Durango Kid
2) Ángel Azteca Jr., Pegasso, Rey Cometa vs Arkángel de la Muerte, Loco Max, Skándalo
3) Delta, Diamante, Fuego vs Cancerbero, Raziel, Virus
4) Blue Panther, Hijo del Fantasma, Rotoporky vs Negro Casas, Shigeo Okumura, Taichi
5) Atlantis & Último Guerrero vs Héctor Garza & Mr. Águila [CMLL TAG]

Fan Appreciation show. Figure Invasors have one team title or the other by Tuesday.

Fuego’s matched up with Cancerbero again.

CMLL (TUE) 11/02 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) El Divino vs Relampago
2) Idolo & Metatrón vs Acertijo & In Memoriam
3) Black Metal & Metal Blanco vs Mr. Trueno & Rey Trueno
4) Fabián el Gitano, Rush, Toscano vs Escorpion, Misterioso II, Sangre Azteca
5) La Sombra, Máximo, Shocker vs Averno, Ephesto, Mephisto

Great tecnico side there.

CMLL Guadalajara on Teleformula #18 (10/23/2010)


taped Arena Coliseo Guadalajara, 09/28/2010

This show! This was a show.

I’ve been bored by this program recently, and the matches have generally been inoffensively bland. This one sure broke the mold. You can tell there’s no effort at all put into picking the matches to air on this show, because there’s no way this opener should’ve made TV. At least it was short, and the main got plenty of time.

Sombra/Aguila was a slow starter that got fun by the end. Aguila acted like a man who had actually seen a CMLL singles match before, knew the spots the tecnico did in every single match, and was going to do his best to put a stop to it. Plus, he was dressed like a punk stegosaurus, and you can’t go wrong with that. This was not a MOTYC, but if CMLL could promise me one of these matches every month somewhere along the CMLL TV network, I would be a lot more satisfied with CMLL.

Sombra didn’t start using the Brillante Driver until after he got back from Japan, right? Can we send everyone, one by one, over to Japan so they all get set finishers too?

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AAA-US: 187 vs Damian/Halloween/Konnan, Wagner vs Silver, that cage match

Even though they talked about the Atomicos airing next week during this past week’s broadcast, it never did. This is how much they plan it.

52MX: if they don’t air the Coliseo tag final here, I may stalk people yet.

LATV: If they go in order, this is a minis match and a women’s trios. The odds of this show making any sense are low.

GDL: there is a match on this show with Fabian, Metro, Rush, Okumura, Vangelis, and Yoshihashi.

a) understandable one might not air this show
b) Who’s the more entertaining wrestler in that match?

Also Sombra/Mistico/Porky vs Averno/Ephesto/Mephisto


CMLL: Trios titles and women’s title, and an atomicos. Pointless trivia: this would be Tiffany’s first TV singles match in five years.

AAA-MEX: Perros vs Ciber/Mesias/Octagon + Chessman/Hernandez/Zorro vs Cuervo/Ozz/Parka.

CMLL-FOX: Cibernetico? Guerreros/Negro vs Mascara/Mistico/Shocker?

C3: Guerreros vs Invasors/Taichi

ACM: DTU? DTU. I sure hope so, so they can complete a four week MMA, CMLL, AAA, and DTU vs NGX cycle. It’s something that may never be repeated, for good reason.

Perros: I have no idea what’s going on here.

Puebla: I have no idea what’s going on here. Canceled? Actually, TVC Deportes lists “CMLL” in the IWRG timeslot. I dunno.

IWRG: Trauma I vs Ultimo Gladiador & Electro/Silver vs Crazy/Lider. If you’re in Mexico and have a good cable system, one can actually watch 3 new & different Crazy Boy matches on Sunday. You decide if that’s a trick or treat.


CMLL-TFN: Guerreros/Negro vs Porky/Sombra/Shocker + No Limit/Yujiro vs Texano/Terrible/Mephisto.

AAA on Televisa #961 (10/23/2010)

Centro de Convenciones, Ciudad de Madero, Tamaulipas, 10/01/2010

cleaner loss than figured

Alex Koslov & Christina Von Eerie vs Fabi Apache & Pimpinela Escarlata for the AAA World Mixed Tag Team Championship: you know, if this is your last match in Mexico, this is a pretty good match to go out on. Everyone but Pimpi looked good. Cruel bit of irony of Pimpi getting the lifetime achievment title reign in a match where he looked old. Oh well.

Aerostar vs Chris Stone, El Elegido, Laredo Kid, Decnnis, Alan Stone, Billy Boy, Súper Fly for Copa Antonio Pena with hair and masks on the line: I liked this. It’s too bad no one was over here beacuse they worked pretty hard and the final segemnt worked okay.

El Mesías vs el Hijo del Perro Aguayo: Probably a better match live. Crazy Boy being out here seemed kind of pointless, but Decnnis gave the match a bit more activity when Perro went on his usual walkabouts.