What happened: Mephisto continued his new success by defeating Mascara Dorada for the CMLL Welterweight Championship. (Mephisto is now the favorite to put up his mask at the Anniversary show, though it’s still a long way away and it’s not totally clear who he’d face.)
What was good: The main event, really. Dorada/Mephisto was great. The women’s match was the only thing watchable from the undercard.
Where can I watch it:It’s on CMLL’s YouTube channel. Note the stream went out during the show, and the end of the third match wasn’t broadcasted and doesn’t appear on the VOD (unless they edit it later.)(more…)
This lineup looks odd. It’s because they’ve scheduled an AAA taping for the same weekend as a LU taping, and just about everyone you’d expect to be on the LU show will be in Los Angeles. There’s no minis or women either, so there’s not many men around who aren’t being employed. (Somewhere, there will be a small show Mamba, Apache, Bengala, Atomic Boy, Ludxor, Venom, Parka Negra and Soul Rocker.) What’s left doesn’t seem to be too promising of the card. This is a victim of scheduling.
It is nice to AAA’s giving a singles main event to young luchadors. It’s jawdropping that Pagano is getting this before Pentagon or Fenix or other people. (Psycho didn’t even get this at Rey de Reyes.) Again, part of this is circumstance – Psycho/Pagano has a TV feud behind it, and seems like a fresher match than Psycho/Zorro, and Pagano fits there better than in the semimain, and not many people are around. Maybe people who would’ve been used in this spot in other years. Still, if AAA would do this with Pagano, they’ve got to be doing it with Pentagon. Pagano has benefited far more from Pentagon Jr. winning the Lucha World Cup than Pentagon Jr.
The silhouette – maybe we’ve got to stop actually putting the silhouettes on posters – looks like Hernandez to me. I don’t know anything, it could just be a picture of the sake of a picture (which is what I’d do now – or just stop doing the silhouette bit) – and I don’t know why it’d be Hernandez, but that’s who I thought of first. Maybe he could be another member of Team Trump and the Lucha World Cup, though that would likely be announced Monday. Maybe that’s the case for the silhouette – if they’re going to announce the guy anyway on Monday, than it makes it easier to add him in.
I would’ve gone 0-3 for three guesses in the last qualifier. Hijo del Pirata Morgan is really good, but the next time he wins a big match in AAA will be the first time. So it’s Nicho & Ricky, which is an interesting pairing. Nicho’s last stint in AAA ended – according to Konnan on podcasts – when he attacked Ricky Marvin and two had a fight after they had problems in a match. They’ve been on the same tapings since then, so hopefully they’ve worked things out. Ricky is the better pick for Lucha World Cup match quality (and he’ll likely be there anyway as a translator for the Japan teams), but Nicho is the better star – in Mexico & the US – and maybe the difference doesn’t matter as much if the qualifying team is out in the first round again. It’d allow them to play up the Perros/Fronterzas feud once more. The recent AAA booking has been more focused on their storylines than creating good matches. I don’t know how this is going to turn out.
3rd match is an immediate rematch following the indecisive finish in Orizaba. Not sure what the point is of having title when they’re (essentially) the second match on a card when all the depth is stripped out of the card. I suspect, just like last time, they’ll be moved up on the day of the show, but they don’t seem like much of a prize if the guys holding them are working lower on the card than they did before they were champions.
That tag title match is probably the best bet for a good match on the show, but it’s not a exciting show of match quality. I wasn’t a big fan of Psycho’s matches with Wagner and Psycho/Pagano will lean even heavier on brawling and blood. La Parka means not a good match. 2/4 look like bad/weird combinations of people.
AAA lists the Puebla Lucha World Cup show as the next TV taping on TV, which is an extraordinary long break and would mean the World Cup is part of regular TV right away. I think there might be another taping announced somewhere in here.
CMLL (SUN) 05/01/2016Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [Fuego en el Ring]
1) Black Sugar & Micro b Destructor & Quca
2) Capitán Cobra & Linterna DQ Carlo Roggi & Mr. Brisa Rudos took 2/3, with Linterna betraying Cobra in fall 3 and joining the rudos after the match.
3) El Alteño, Explosivo, Star Black bDemonio Rojo, Gran Kenut, Mr. Apolo Tecnicos took 2/3.
4) Relámpago & Thunder Boy DQ Cosmos & Metatrón Rudos took 1/3, the last when Relampago tossed his mask to Cosmos to draw the DQ. This sets up a singles match next week.
5) Esfinge, León Blanco, Magnum b Furia Roja, Mr. Trueno, Rey Trueno Tecnicos took 2/3.
Cosmos/Relampago had already been announced for next week.
CMLL (MON) 05/02/2016Arena Puebla [thecubsfan]
1) Black Tiger & Meyer b Ares & Guerrero Espacial 16:58. Tecnicos took 1/3.
2) Oro Jr., Pegasso, Soberano Jr. b Espíritu Maligno, Rey Apocalipsis, Toro Bill Jr. 12:20. Tecnicos took 2/3.
3) Estrellita b Dalys [lightning] 6:40. Estrellita wanted a title match next week.
4) Ángel de Oro, Stigma, Stuka Jr. DQ Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto 11:37. Tecnicos took 1/3. Mephisto unmasked Angel de Oro for the DQ. Angel de Oro wanted a rematch next week.
5) Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Vangellys b Cavernario, Felino, Negro Casas 10:23. TGR took 1/3.
6) La Máscara b Carístico 12:39. La Mascara took 1/3, getting away with a mask pull in the third for the unlikely victory. Caristico wants that mask vs mask match.
Show is very skippable. I liked the second match and regretted my lack of sleep for the rest of the show. This version of Caristico, who will lose all the time to whoever in big matches, would’ve probably been a nice addition to AAA. Caristico losing singles matches is not quite the normal way to build someone to an Anniversary match, but, on the flip side, there’s got to be a pretty tasty carrot at the end of whatever stick he’s chasing.
Tonight’s another interesting data point to work out what CMLL is doing this September. Mephisto challenges Mascara Dorada for the CMLL Welterweight Championship, a rematch from just two months ago in the same building. CMLL likes repeating singles matches in a short time – see all the Maximo/Euforia matches – but they typically move them to different venues each time. Tuesday Arena Mexico comes off as a different world than Friday Arena Mexico, but they’re still all in Arena Mexico and it’s strange they’d come back with it quick. It’s CMLL, so any outcome doesn’t have to and usually doesn’t fit any long term plan, but Mephisto defeating Dorada for the title after losing every other single time they’ve met in a title match would suggest CMLL is building something with Mephisto.
The rest of the card is pretty blah. That preview lists Amapola in La Seductora’s spot in the women’s trios (Amapola, Tiffany, Zeuxis vs Marcela, Princesa Sugehit, Skadi.) The second best match on the show might be Soberano Jr., Star Jr., Stigma versus Virus, Raizel and Okumura. Super Porky is listed as back in action, teaming with Blue Panther and Stuka against Ephesto, Lucifierno and Bobby Z in the semimain.
The show starts at 7:30 pm, and will air on CMLL.com and YouTube as normal.
A Notimex wire story about the Lucha World Cup had a bunch of details which AAA hadn’t announced yet. The big news is the women’s tournament is confirmed and has four trios (US, Mexico, Japan and Canada), the men’s is eight trios (same as last year) and the first rounds of both will happen at the Puebla show on June 3rd. AAA really needs to broadcast that show live somehow – a free YouTube stream to promote the PPV two days later would be idea – because it’s going to be interesting enough to draw people and also not so useful two days later. That Puebla show is happening in a convention center, so I wonder if there will be some sort of lucha libre expo around it. There must be some catch for them to be running it there instead of at the bullring they usually run (or maybe they didn’t want to risk rain.)
The format means the June 5th show will have the women’s final and the men’s semifinals and finals. That’s only four matches, last year’s final had eight matches (and was at least a half hour too long.) A different version of that article mentions they’re making medals for best match/best dive/best luchador, so probably tack on third place matches so they can hand out bronze medals. That’s six, so maybe throw in a match with some members of the eliminated teams or the (many) other AAA wrestlers who won’t be on the card to round everything out.
The article says more info on the outside teams will be announced next Monday. I guess we’ll get the poster for Orizaba today or tomorrow, which will have the final match for qualifying for the tournament.
NJPW announced it’s Best of Super Juniors field this morning. To everyone’s surprise, Dragon Lee is not in the tournament. Instead, the sole CMLL representative is Volador Jr. in his first ever time in the tournament. He’ll be out of CMLL from May 21st to June 7th, with 7 singles matches over two weeks. Volador’s group is Jushin Liger, Tiger Mask IV, Bobby Fish, Barreta, Nick Jackson, Ricochet, and Will Ospreay.
Volador’s booked on 05/15 Monterrey for ELITE, and that might be about his last match before this tournament. It’d also mean Volador wouldn’t be around for Liga Elite matches on maybe May 18th, May 25, June 1st, and probably June 8th. Maybe he gets in another one next week so he doesn’t fall behind.
Ospreay, Ricochet and maybe Volador look like the three who are going to be in competition to advance. Ospreay just signed with NJPW and Ricochet versus Kushida is a logical big NJPW match they haven’t done yet. It’s tougher to be confident about where Volador fits in. CMLL luchadors usually finish about 3-4 in these things, but Volador has been treated as the biggest star from CMLL on the recent FantasticaMania shows and that would figure to give him some protection. (This also means we’re going to get the top high flyer from CMLL versus the top high flyer from the partially AAA owned Lucha Underground sometime in the next few weeks.) It’d be dumb for CMLL to send over their top tecnico to look bad in a this tournament, but CMLL is completely capable of that. I could imagine anything from Volador going to the final to Volador finishing fifth.
Dragon Lee seemed like a cinch to be in this tournament. It could be he was pulled due to his knee injury, though these lineups are usually figured out well in advance – especially with a guy like Volador Jr., who’d be more difficult to replace in Mexico at the last second. (I’d expect someone like the Panther or Guerrero Maya to be plugged in if it was a last second thing and they just needed a body.) It may be NJPW doesn’t want to bring back Dragon Lee until they bring back Kamaitachi, and Kamaitachi isn’t supposed to be back in NJPW for months. It’d be disappointing if Dragon Lee wasn’t getting that chance right away or ever, but it is probably a good thing he won’t be in a hurry to come back from his knee injury.
Superluchas has an interview with Mini Charly Manson, recently out of AAA. He says he’s happy with the support he’s got now that he’s an indie, and felt stalled in AAA. He was hoping to announce a new identity early in May, and now says it’ll happen on May 15.
Last night’s show goes 2 for 4 on challenges going anywhere. Little known fact: Shocker & Negro Casas are actually the tag team champions.
This would be Dalys’ second defense – she had one in this past weekend in Oaxaca.
Perhaps this is the start of the Gran Alternativa debutees making their way into normal matches. Warrior Steel & Yago make a debut here, and are interesting opponents for the Gen 11 trio than the usual veteran rudos.
No Casas/Hechicero. Monterrey aired repeat matches instead. The internet feed was down for the first half of AYM’s airing of IWRG on Monday night, and the LAS TV version is apparently not airing until late night tonight. (more…)
What happened:If you missed this show, you might get a chance to see it again next week. The last four matches all featured rematches challenges.
Esterllita versus Dallys for the CMLL Women’s Championship and a rematch of the Angel de Oro trios seemed actually set for next week. The rudo/rudo battle and Caristico/Mascara were far less certain.
What was good: Not much. Maybe everyone was burnt out from a busy weekend, but this seemed to be a lot of people going thru the motions and nothing really good. The second match was the one I liked the best.
They really should’ve made the Ninja Turtles the main event if they were actually going to win the secondary trios titles. Oh well.
Tonight’s Arena Puebla has Caristico taking on La Mascara in the main event. They’ve been feuding on and off for the seemingly six months. La Mascara has looked better in trios this year, but his Liga Elite matches have been lacking. The crowd’s have been in Caristico so this should still be well received even if it’s not a remarkable match. The semimain is a rudo/rudo battle between Peste Negra & TGR, a rematch from last week. Estrellita hasn’t been on TV or internet in about four weeks, but she returns tonight for a lightning match with Dalys. The other matches all seem like they have chances to be good, though there’s no sure bet. The show airs on CMLL.com & YouTube starting at 9pm.
CMLL (SAT) 04/30/2016Arena México [CMLL]
1) Acero & Fantasy b Pequeño Universo 2000 & Pequeño Violencia
2) El Cuatrero, Nitro, Sansón b Oro Jr., Robin, Star Jr. Rudos took 1/3.
3) Bobby Z, Ephesto, Luciferno b Stigma, The Panther, Tritón Rudos took 2/3.
4) Ángel de Oro, Blue Panther, Rey Cometa b Pólvora, Rey Escorpión, Vangellys Tecnicos took 1/3.
5) Euforia, Terrible, Último Guerrero b Máscara Dorada, Máximo Sexy, Valiente Valiente replaced Dragon Lee (injury) on Monday.
A show just to have a show in Arena Mexico on Kid’s Day.
CMLL (SUN) 05/01/2016Arena México [CMLL]
1) Artillero & Cholo b Bengala & Sensei
2) Magnus, Soberano Jr., Stigma DQ El Cuatrero, Espanto Jr., Sansón Espanto pulled Stigma’s mask for the DQ.
3) Guerrero Maya Jr., Pegasso, Tritón b Disturbio, Sangre Azteca, Skándalo Tecnicos took 1/3.
4) Cavernario, Euforia, Negro Casas b Rey Cometa, Star Jr., Titán Casas said to be returning from a right foot injury. Star replaced Angel de Oro. Rudos took 1/3. Cometa and Cavernario feuded. Cavernario was stretchered out after the match, but Cometa continued to attack him.
5) Ángel de Oro, Máscara Dorada, Valiente DQ Rey Bucanero, Terrible, Vangellys Valiente replaced Dragon Lee on Sunday. Angel de Oro replaced Super Porky. Rey Bucanero fouled Mascara Dorada.
The recap doesn’t say how Cavernario got hurt – it may be after a Cometa dive. The photos show Cometa pulling Cavernario off the stretcher once and attacking him another time. This seemed like it was going for a title match, but a hair rematch doesn’t seem out of the question.
Bucanero had a busy weekend, picking up the FILL (Chile) Championship from Bobby Z on Saturday on a show he was helping to promote. The Panther & Guerrero Maya Jr. retained their Arena Coliseo Tag Team championship over Arkangel de la Muerte & Virus. Black Terry Jr. has photos of that show.
Titan (CMLL) & Triton (CMLL) won the DTU Nexo championship over Rocky Lobo (Elite) & Lanzeloth (AAA) and Jinzo (Elite) & Dinamic Black (Elite) on their show today. Flamita was the mystery luchador in the main event and Shocker made his in-ring return.
AAA (FRI) 05/06/2016Arena Naucalpan
1) ? vs ??
2) Mini Drago & Niño De Cobre vs Máscarita Negra & Mini Psycho Clown
3) Faby Apache & Niño Hamburguesa vs Lady Shani & Mamba
4) Monsther Clown & Murder Clown vs Daga & Joe Lider and Atomic Boy & Dizzy Atomic Boy and Dizzy are said to represent Promocion Rosales
5) Electroshock, La Parka, Octagón Jr. vs Chessman, Pagano, Taurus
An AAA show in Naucalpan that’s not a TV taping, announced a few days ago. I’d guess Monsther & Murder get moved up to the main event and the fourth is just a straight 2v2 match.
CMLL (SAT) 05/07/2016Arena Coliseo
1) Bengala vs Inquisidor
2) Leono vs Camorra
3) Flyer vs Artillero
4) Hombre Bala Jr. vs Nitro
5) Tritón vs Disturbio
6) Blue Panther & Esfinge vs Puma & Tiger
7) La Máscara, Súper Porky, Titán vs Ephesto, Luciferno, Ripper
Triton vs Disturbio will probably make the internet, sounds fun.
CMLL (SUN) 05/08/2016Arena México
1) Bengala & Flyer vs Apocalipsis & Cholo
2) Fantasy, Shockercito, Último Dragóncito vs Pequeño Olímpico, Pequeño Violencia, Pierrothito
3) Esfinge, Oro Jr., Tritón vs Cancerbero, Sangre Azteca, Tiger
4) Guerrero Maya Jr., Stuka Jr., Titán vs Misterioso Jr., Pierroth, Sagrado
5) Atlantis, Máscara Dorada, Máximo Sexy vs Ephesto, Mephisto, Rey Escorpión
No Cometa & Cavernario. Maybe they got the week off, maybe that feud really has been moved to Friday. (They’d kind of have to be doing the big match on May 13th if Cavernario’s going to the BOSJ, but we’ll know if that’s happening in a couple days.)
This is the Mother’s Day show, so maybe a dance number too.
CMLL (SUN) 05/08/2016Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Avispón Negro & Black Sugar vs Destructor & Guerrero de la Muerte
2) El Alteño & Javier Cruz Jr. vs Diplomático & Gitano
3) Cosmos vs Relámpago
4) Frezzer, Mágico, Neutrón vs Demonio Rojo, El Chakal, Rey Trueno
5) El Divino, Gallo, Vaquero Jr. vs Kempo Dragón, Príncipe Kisho, Ráfaga
Kempo Dragon & Principe Kisho return from Sinaloa. Third match is listed as a normal singles match for no title.
The main event sounds like a little bit of a confusing mess, but it may be partly due to circumstances: Electroshock quit, again. He seemed to briefly quit a few months before coming back, so it’s been on his mind a while. I don’t know how close he is with his brother Sharly Rockstar right now, but Electro showing up in Elite seems plausible. It’s been a strange year and a half of Electroshock, with him disappearing off TV for moments, returning as a depressed drunk, putting together a new trio with Hijo del Pirata and Kronoz, wrestling exactly one match with that trio before Kronoz got hurt, Pirata & Electroshock being booked apart from each other, then doing the break up angle after they’ve already broken up, then the whole thing going nowhere. It’s not like Electroshock was forgotten by AAA, but the payoffs to his stories never happened. AAA seems to be in a rebuilding period and 46 year old luchador doesn’t quite fit in, but AAA was still putting him in the main events of their TV tapings. Losing Electroshock doesn’t seem like a great loss to AAA, though it fits a pattern of people walking away for all sorts of reasons.
The tag team title deal is a less understandable mess and the usual bit of AAA focusing the attention on their referees over their luchadors. They do want to re-enforce the idea of Ricky with Averno & Chessman (a third man on a two man team) and maybe there’s a thought they’ll need to replay the match at Verano de Escandalo with Jack & Angelico currently broken, but the referee reversing the finish after the belts have been awarded is among the most aggravating bits you can do.
The Frontierizos – Pagano, Damian, Halloween and Nicho – getting humiliated in the back and run off in an ambulance would seem like a quick write off to the characters in a US promotion. The AAA recap emphasizes the rivalry will continue, so maybe it’s more about balancing the scales after the Perros have taken the worst of it every time so far.
None of the matches on this show sound particularly worth watching. Maybe the qualifiers. Maybe the opener. Nothing really jumps out.
Running the Lucha World Cup qualifiers meant AAA really needed to explain Lucha World Cup, and so a press release was sent out Friday. The big news is it’ll be two different shows: a June 3rd (Friday) show at a Puebla convention center will have qualifying rounds, and the June 5th (Sunday) final back at Palacio de los Deportes. NOAH, TNA and Lucha Underground were announced as participating. ROH is not back from last year – the word was NJPW as unhappy about their partner ROH working with someone other than their other partner CMLL, which makes it really confusing why NJPW’s other other partner NOAH is participating. Hopefully TNA still exists by June. Hopefully I still exist by June.
Way back in February, Enuhito mentioned it would be a two day tournament and women would be involved. He’s completely correct on the first part, and looks to be right on the second. The press release doesn’t explain it, but the logos for Japanese joshi promotions Oz Academy and Pro Wrestling Wave are on the poster. AAA and Wave combined to hold the 2012 Reina de Reinas tournament in Japan (won by Sexy Star.) Oz Academy has sent women to AAA in past.
There’s no details on how many teams will be involved, or if the format will be different, or if the show will be on iPPV (though I expect they’ll at least try for the last part.) Tickets go on sale Tuesday, maybe there will be more details then. AAA’s next TV taping is May 14th in Orizaba, and that might also come up with more details. It should at least have a third qualifier if they’re going the trios route again. That lineup should be out no later than Wednesday.
CMLL (FRI) 04/29/2016Arena México [CMLL, KronoSport, SuperLuchas, thecubsfan] Arena Mexico 60th Anniversary
1) Cancerbero & Raziel b Flyer & Star Jr. 16:00. Rudos took 2/3.
2) Marcela, Princesa Sugehit, Skadi b Amapola, Dalys, Zeuxis 14:20. rudas took 2/3.
3) Blue Panther, Máximo, Stuka Jr. b Bobby Z, Hechicero, Kráneo 13:49. Tecnicos took 2/3. Hombre Bala Jr. replaced Super Pokry (double booked).
4) Rey Cometa b Cavernario [lightning] 8:37. Cometa won with a Destroyer
5) Máscara Dorada, Máximo, Volador Jr. b Ephesto, Felino, Rey Escorpión 10:40. Tecnicos took 2/3. Volador Jr. replaced Dragon Lee on Monday. Maximo replaced Angel de Oro on Friday.
6) Mephisto & Mistico b Carístico & Cibernético [natl pi, final] 15:36. Team Mephisto & Mistico took 2/3. In the third, Mistico beat Cibernetico, Caristico defeated Mistico and Mephisto defeated Caristico.
I liked the show. I covered the main event in detail a post below, but the short version is it’s utterly bizarre for Mistico to lose to Caristico cleanly and that not to even be the finish of the match unless something’s up with Mephisto. And even then, it’s a bit strange.
CMLL kept the lights up a bit, instead of darkening everything but the ring. They’ve done this at big shows int he past, and it’s still not quite as lit as the Elite shows, but it’s a better look. It did feel like a bigger crowd than usual in photos but not a huge one, and they didn’t do the big sweeping camera pans they use when it’s a 12,000 seat kind of night.
Liger Fever has another translation transcription of a lucha libre interview, this time one with Dragon Lee. Part 1, Part 2 (includes a great stories about boxing and another about bodybuilding), Part 3, Part 4. Dragon Lee hints at multiple tours of Japan. Everyone’s figured he’s in the BOSJ and we’ll know that for sure in a couple days, but that suggests he’s already been told he’ll be brought back later in the year for more.
Puma, Terrible, Super Halcon Jr., Super Comando and (I think) Hijo del Pantera are a show in Berwyn on May 8th. That’s the same night as the ROH PPV in Chicago Ridge. I already bought a ticket for ROH and I’d bet that show will technically be better, but I’m also thinking I’ll be watching a good match for a promotion I don’t really pay much attention to and feel like I’m missing out on Puma hanging on the ropes or something.
Diosa Atenea lost in the first round of Stardom’s Cindrella tournament.
ELITE (WED) 05/04/2016Arena México
1) Estrellita & La Jarochita vs Muñeca De Plata & Rossy Moreno
2) Hijo De Dos Caras, Jinzo, Metaleón vs El Cuatrero, El Hijo del Medico Asesino, Sansón
3) Ángel de Oro & Golden Magic vs Argos & Magno
4) Rush vs Negro Casas [Liga Elite]
5) Carístico, Máscara Dorada, Mistico vs Ángel Blanco Jr., Euforia, Último Guerrero
6) Atlantis vs LA Park [Liga Elite]
Negro Casas finally gets started in Liga Elite – maybe. I’d be tempted to take the day off if I had to deal with Rush. (Dorada, UG, and Caristico being around gives them plenty of backups.) Caristico lost clean to Atlantis, yet it’s hard to imagine LA Park doing the same.
Medico Asesino & Angel Blanco are two more TxT refugees washing ashore in Arena Mexico. There doesn’t seem to be any rhyme or reason to the Elite undercards in the Azteca era (and Medico’s shown up on the 2010 and 2016 DragonManias) but Blanco’s in a notable position right away, though that doesn’t seem like the right match for him. He had runs in CMLL in the early 90s and 1998. His last match in Arena Mexico was teaming with that same Ultimo Guerrero (and Halcon Negro) against Mr. Aguila, Olimpico, and Hijo del Solitario. Solitario’s the biggest non-Santo regular from TxT who hasn’t shown up in one of the other groups. It always seemed like TxT was hoping for a big show to do the Santo/Solitario mask match. That’s probably still in someone’s back packet, unless/until he shows up here.
CMLL (FRI) 05/06/2016Arena México
1) Hombre Bala Jr. & Súper Halcón Jr. vs Espanto Jr. & Hijo del Signo
2) Blue Panther Jr., Pegasso, The Panther vs Fujin, Raijin, Skándalo
3) Ángel de Oro, Fuego, Súper Porky vs Bobby Z, Hechicero, Vangellys
4) Titán vs Rey Bucanero [lightning]
5) Rey Cometa, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs Cavernario, Felino, Negro Casas
6) La Máscara, Rey Escorpión, Rush vs Marco Corleone, Terrible, Último Guerrero [Relevos Increíbles]
The Rush/Marco feud is back on the show – as is UG/Escorpion, I guess. It’s not Thunder.
Cometa gets bumped up to the fifth match, so they’ve got a plan for him and Cavernario but no idea when or even what. They have a lot of matches that could end up on a big show, but no sign of a big show any time soon.
The fourth match will be the first Titan singles match to be broadcast since September. First ever Bucanero/Titan singles match.
Fujin & Raijin make a return to streams, opposite their normal rivals in the Panthers.
Hombre Bala sent back to first match purgatory. It was a nice one show run.