Mistico’s Jucio Final Status Unclear Until At Least Thursday

In an interview with Notimex, Mistico says that’s when his doctor’s visit is. It sounds like they’d like him to rest for ten days but he wants to get cleared to at least do the title match.

The injury was suffered Monday in Matamoros, and Mistico blames it on a poor ring. No idea on who’d substitute for him.

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Laredo Kid Out 4 To 6 Months

El Manana has an article on Laredo Kid. His injury is a broken tibia, so he’s gone for a good long while.

It didn’t occur to me when the injury was reported, but when Laredo suffered this injury it was part of a six way cage match. According to this recap, the Sect must’ve all left after Laredo got hurt but before any one realized how bad it is. The idea obvious was to have Laredo get the hair win over Sangre, but you can’t actually climb out of the cage with a broken leg. This is actually a great reason for CMLL’s “last two to a pinfall/submission” bit – Sangre could’ve just rolled himself up for a pin – but that also wasn’t an option here.

Instead, Sangre just said he didn’t want Laredo to lose his mask because he got hurt, and took a loss by forfeit. Laredo got helped out of the cage and Sangre got his head shaved. Fans were not pleased with the cop out finish.

This interview with Charly Manson says AAA pays some sort of monthly stipend and was hoping AAA would take care of his medical expenses. Probably the same situation here.

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06/11: Mexico, Konnan, Torreon


CMLL (TUE) 06/10 Arena Mexico [Superluchas]
1) Pequeño Violencia, Pequeño Warrior, Pierrothito b Peqeuno Maximo, Pequeno Ninja, Último Dragoncito
2) Lady Apache, Marcela, Sahori b Hiroka, Medussa, Mima Shimoda
3) Fabián el Gitano, Mictlán, Súper Nova b Bronco III, Nitro, Virus
4) Felino, Heavy Metal, Hijo del Fantasma b Black Warrior, Sangre Azteca, Satánico
5) La Máscara, La Sombra, Volador Jr. b Averno, Ephesto, Mephisto

Mistico appeared but did not wrestle due to a hurt wrist. Superluchas reports says he’s expected to work on Friday, but CMLL’s recap is less committed. Good thing Volador just happened to have tonight free.

Stories on Mr. Niebla’s jump: notimex and ESTO. No new details. Oddly, CMLL’s website still doesn’t list the card for Sunday, just listing it’s a special Father’s Day show in Arena Mexico.

Konnan’s everyone in AAA is a clown or a dancer and sucks bit got picked up in news coverage again. Interesting way to lead into TripleMania. Konnan’s quoted as saying CMLL has better wrestlers, but they can’t create new stars. The only people Konnan sees as stars are Konnan, Cibernetico, Mesias and Zorro in AAA and Mistico, Dr. Wagner Jr., and “maybe” LA Park in CMLL. Putting aside the thousands of Perros del Mal shirts disagreeing with him, it’s a funny slip of the tongue that he lists the other La Parka and not the one he’s currently feuding with. Konnan brings Parka Jr. up later, so he probably just forget here. He brought up Perro Jr. earlier too.

I know Konnan sees this as speaking in character on behalf of the evil Legion, and he’s probably saying more than this and it’s probably supposed to set up Cibernetico or Roldan talking about how Konnan’s a liar and there’s a lot of great talent in AAA, but the only thing that ever gets attention out of this is one of the leading stars in AAA saying how AAA isn’t as great as it once was and lucha libre isn’t as great as it was (as when he was when just taking off.) That’s dumb, and it’d dumb everytime it happens. If all the AAA wrestlers are awful, why should we be impressed when the Legion beats them?

CMLL (SAT) 06/14 Plaza de Toros Torreon [el siglo de torreon]
1) Espacial & Scriba Jr. vs Moro Jr. & Oso Negro
2) Espanto V & Tackle vs Ministro de la Muerte I & Ministro de la Muerte II
3) Mini Maximo & Último Dragoncito vs Pentagoncito & Ultimo Guerrerito
4) La Sombra, Sagrado, Volador Jr. vs La Máscara, Máscara Púrpura, Valiente [MEX TRIOS]
5) Atlantis & Blue Panther vs Rey Bucanero & Último Guerrero

Paper erroneously lists the title match as for the CMLL World Titles. Maybe it would be if Valiente had stayed healthy. This is Sombra big homecoming match. Ultimo Guerrerito = $$$. UG is actually working AOL on Thursday, coming back to Arena Meixco on Monday, and heading back to Torreon on Saturday.

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CMLL CAN52 #124

taped 03/28 and 03/30, aired 04/05

Yea, somehow I’m still on THESE. Things happens, what can I say. One of Goddess better performances yet! The bar is low, I know. I can’t really explain why, but I find myself rooting for her. (She’s cute, sure doesn’t hurt.)

Main event is below. I didn’t really dig it it – it felt like the last fall went on forever to showcase Park and Dos when the point of the match was V/Panther.


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06/10: Niebla to CMLL, Laredo Hurt

In case you missed it below, Mr. Niebla is returning to CMLL. CMLL’s confirmed this on their website. His first scheduled match is on Sunday, but I’d figure CMLL would have him walk out and wave on Friday just to prove he’s there and not at TripleMania.

This isn’t a real big deal for that show – would it have happened if the Abismo/Niebla direct mask match was still on? that would’ve been interesting – but it does cost AAA an upper mid level rudo whom they’ve put in a lot of effort in rebuilding the last 18 months. Niebla’s career was nosediving in CMLL due to his own personal issues to the point of CMLL kicking him out of the promotion. AAA helped him get back towards the guy thought enough of to take Shocker’s mask.

AAA can easily put Histeria or Antifaz in the trios match at TripleMania, but where do the Vipers go from here? Abismo’s MIA, taking away their feud. Mr. Niebla’s gone, taking away the reason for that feud. Do they get a new target, or do they become rudderless like the Guapos, the Air Force and (what’s left of) the Stones? It shouldn’t be hard to pair them up with someone, but if Abismo’s not going to be back for a while, will AAA have interest in pushing a group where Psicosis II might be the most important guy? They broke up the Vipers last time that happened.

The other note in Alexis’ post was Sunday’s show will be Arena Mexico. I know it’s Father Day, but it’s an odd time to do yet another big show. (Don’t forget, on top of everyone else, IWRG is doing their own cage mask match on Thursday.) Despite not actually being in Arena Coliseo, the Arena Coliseo tag team tournament goes on.

CMLL (SUN) 06/08 Arena Coliseo [KrisZ]
1) Catedratico & Soberano b Corsario & Hechicreo
2) Mascarita Dorada, Pequeno Ninja, Tzuki b Nino de Acero, Pequeño Violencia, Pierrothito
3) Axel, Mictlán, Stuka Jr. b Caifan Rockero I, Ohara, Shigeo Okumura
4) Felino, Negro Casas, Volador Jr. b Damián 666, Misterioso II, Mr. Águila
5) Blue Panther, Héctor Garza, Marco Corelone b Terrible, Texano Jr., Villano V

Arena Cuatro Camino is an unlucky place to wrestle lately. RFC says Laredo suffered a fractured leg while wrestling Scoria. Just like Charly, it’s a reoccurance of a previous injury – Laredo hurt the leg last year at the Pena Memorial show and was out for many months. It sounds as bad this time.

CMLL (SUN) 06/15 Arena Coliseo
1) Sombra de Plata & Starman vs Ramstein & Zayco
2) Mascarita Dorada, Pequeno Ninja, Shockercito vs Nino de Acero, Pequeño Violencia, Pierrothito
3) Leono & Tony Rivera vs Ángel Azteca Jr. & Máscara Púrpura and Rayo Tapatío I & Rayo Tapatío II and Metálico & Metalik and Arkangel de la Muerte & Hooligan and Calígula & Méssala and Artillero & Súper Comando and Euforia & Nosferatu [Coliseo TAG, torneo]
4) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, quarterfinal]
5) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, quarterfinal]
6) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, quarterfinal]
7) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, quarterfinal]
8) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, semifinal]
9) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, semifinal]
10) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, final]
11) Heavy Metal, Marco Corelone, Volador Jr. vs Misterioso II, Olimpico, Rey Bucanero
12) Dr. Wagner Jr., Héctor Garza, Místico vs Atlantis, Mr. Niebla, Último Guerrero

Top two matches are changed around from what’s been announced previously. Zayco replaces Apocalipsis, who was hurt last Friday. Best case for TV is one show gets the entire tournament (this week and next) and the other gets the top two matches.

Arturo Rivera’s Ovaciones column hopes CMLL doesn’t screw up the deal with TNA. I think Arturo filed his column early to make the flight to NY. Also, Super Nova goes to Spain next week for a couple months.

indy (SUN) 06/15 Palenque de la Feria Saltillo [vanguardia]
1) Escuadron de la Muerte vs Fuerza Nuclean, Principe Azul, Samurai
2) La Pakita & Mascrita Sagrada vs Mini Electroshock & Mini Hator
3) Cien Caras, Máscara Año 2000, Universo 2000 vs Corazón de Barrio, Relampago, Super Parka
4) Blue Demon Jr. & El Hijo Del Santo vs Dr. Wagner Jr. & Hator

I’m thinking Wagner is smart enough to no-show that one.

CMLL posted video of Friday’s tercera in 1, 2, 3, 4 parts.

Box Y Lucha 2874 has two covers, one with each lineup.

Box Y Lucha posted one of their bursts of content. All videos from the TripleMania confrence.
Apaches discussing the hair matches
Ricky Marvin and Crazy Boy on Ricky Marvin
Mesias about winning at TripleMania. He’s 0-2 so far.
Zorro about the title match
Prez Roldan talks about the internet broadcast. It’s going to be video on demand (whatever esmas’s version of YouTube is), though Roldan says here he’s not sure when it’ll go up.

Notimex also talks to Gran Apache, who blames this whole mess on Billy Boy as usual. Fabi’s the black sheep of the family , so as much as he loves both his daughters, it’s for the best that Mari takes her hair. Gran Apache admits he’s not sure who’s going to win.

CMLL (SAT) 06/14 Arena Coliseo Monterrey [rfc]
1) Angel del Silencio vs Rey Pantera
2) Atomo & Gato Fantasma vs Azteca Warrior & Dark War
3) Cosmos & Turbina vs Memo Valles & Sky
4) Orquidea Negra & Silver Star vs Black Diamond & Potro Jr.
5) Místico & Stuka Jr. vs Averno & Virus

CMLL (SUN) 06/15 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara [cmll]
1) Carlo Roggi & Novato vs Milenio & Valentin Mayo
2) Idolo & Oro II vs Depredador (Guadalajara) & Fraile de la Muerte
3) Magnum, Metatron, Nube Roja vs Exterminador, Güero Loco, Super Maquina
4) Casanova vs Cien Caras Jr.
5) Gallo, La Máscara, La Sombra vs Black Warrior, Mephisto, Sangre Azteca
6) Blue Panther & Dos Caras Jr. vs Villano IV & Villano V

A couple of the villanos for a new ABC Family live action super hero show are mexican wrestlers with a huge ray gun. Hey, now I know where Abismo Negro (and Mano Negra) disappeared to. Alternate joke: must’ve been a lot of work for the costume designer to come up with those masks.

Based on the insane trouble I had just to post stuff this morning, I know I’m making the right move moving entirely to WordPress. I did decide to 99% of the work in the background, and I figured out how to do without messing up anything here. The site won’t switch over to the new code until Tuesday – so the issues during TripleMania/Jucio Final aren’t new ones – but you can watch me work on the new look in bursts over at the test site.

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big news or misprint?

Update: Alexis confirms the lineup is correct: Mr. Niebla is returning to CMLL. Wow.

As seen on ESTO’s lucha libre page (click on Sunday’s lineup to get it.) Check out the main event if it doesn’t immediately pop out at you.

Honestly? I have no idea. It’d be an awfully weird moment to jump – he seems to be in a better spot in AAA than he was in CMLL for a long time. Maybe this really is a battle and someone threw some money around (not knowing the mask match was off?) Maybe it’s just confusion and it’s someone else.

(Thanks to Robert.)

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big news or missprint?

As seen on ESTO’s lucha libre page (click on Sunday’s lineup to get it.) Check out the main event if it doesn’t immediately pop out at you.

Honestly? I have no idea. It’d be an awfully weird moment to jump – he seems to be in a better spot in AAA than he was in CMLL for a long time. Maybe this really is a battle and someone threw some money around (not knowing the mask match was off?) Maybe it’s just confusion and it’s someone else.

(Thanks to Robert.)

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World X Cup Team No Show

I think I said a while back that I didn’t believe CMLL wrestlers would actually be in TNA until they actually got in the ring. The press conference swayed me a little bit, but I should’ve stuck with my original instinct and been actually right about something.

TNA knew something was wrong yesterday, judging from their preview for this week’s Impact. Here’s a short version of it

– Also, Thursday’s broadcast will feature a preview of the upcoming World X Cup Tournament as Doi and Yoshino of Team Japan (representing the Dragon Gate promotion) will take on The Motor City Machineguns!

That’s the only mention of the World X Cup. No mention of the CMLL guys, despite previously being mentioned as working this set of tapings. You’d think they’d warrant a mention if they were being flown in.

According to Superluchas (which is down at the moment), none of Team Mexico made it to Florida. (superluchas) This kinda of thing has happened enough that everyone knew work visas would be the problem and had to be taken care of in time, and yet here we are. Colossal failure. Don’t know who’s fault it is (though I’m sure it’ll come out quick if people are angry enough), but the losers are the wrestlers as usual – doesn’t matter how good you can work if the rest of the world thinks you’re unreliable.

Alex Koslov made it fine, but then he’s a guy who may just be more used to dealing with visa issues. Heck, he moved from Russia to the US, so he may still be on Russia paperwork or he may be on a US visa in Mexico. Either way, working in another country constantly means he’s already taking care of his immigration issues. Doesn’t seem like anyone else was as proactive.

If the TNA teaser is correct and they’re only doing preview matches for the World X Cup tonight and tommorow, these things can still be resolved in the two weeks before the next set of tapings. I wouldn’t count on it. It’s tough not to be cynical when it comes to lucha wrestlers of any note wrestling outside of Mexico.

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06/09: Monterrey, Guadalajara

The rumor mill says this upcoming Sunday’s Coliseo show is being turned into an Arena Mexico show with a new card, but I haven’t seen anything from CMLL on it yet.

indy (SUN) 06/08 Arena Coliseo Monterrey [RFC]
1) Halcon Pergrino b Atomo (Monterrey)
2) Gato Fantasma & Rey Pantera b Sark War & Tacua
3) Dranser & Furor b Azteca Warrior & Scravos
4) Voltaje Negro b Dralion, Black Diamond
5) Mosco De La Merced II & Virus b Hijo de Trueno & Volador Jr.

The original Mosco is back in AAA, so I think this is the second Mosco here in Monterrey. But who knows.

CMLL (SUN) 06/08 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
5) Exterminador (Guadalajara) b Lider [hair]
7) Dos Caras Jr. b Último Guerrero [CMLL HEAVY]

Dos locked on his cross armbreaker for the win in the first fall. Ultimo stole a quick second fall using a pin wiht his feet on the ropes. In the third fall, Dos actually used the German Suplex for the win. Sounds like he got put over strong.

Ovaciones writes about hair matches at TripleMania, right next to the giant ad for TripleMania.

Luchas 2000 #423 hypes the big cage match, but the cover also teases Silver King to AAA (in Superluchas, he says he’d listen to AAA and let’s the reader think he may be the mystery man, but probably isn’t) and Super Calo leaving AAA (which is shame for AAA.)

AAA has a bio of Bobby Lashley, as well as a picture that looks borrowed from WWE.

I think I may be updating the software which runs the blog portion of this site. We’ll see how quickly it can go. The idea is to maintain everything now and just make it easier for me. If the site looks funky tonight, that is what’s going on.

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06/08: AULL, IWRG, Accion, Neza, lineups

AULL (SAT) 05/31 Arena Lopez Mateos [superluchas #267]
1) Hijo del Valiente & Valiente Jr. b Sol de Oriente & Violento
2) Dama de Negro & Flor Metalica b Josseline & Lady Rabbit
3) Juan el Ranchero, Terry 2000, Yakuza b Rocky Santana, Sadico, Tonia Jackson Jr.
4) Robin Maravilla, Tony Rivera, Villano III b Fuerza Guerrera, Karloff Lagarde Jr., Mano Negra
5) Dr. Wagner Jr., Silver King, Yakuza b Hijo del Cien Caras, LA Park, Mascara Ano 2000 Jr.

Silver King bled a ton in the main event. Wagner fouled Park. Fans threw money in. Park yelled at the fans, using quite the language, saying he didn’t need the fan’s money.

IWRG AZTECA (SAT) 05/31 Pachuca, Hidalgo [the gladiatores]
1) Aeroman, Freelance, Zatura b Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro
2) Fuerza Guerrera, Septiembre Negro, Veneno b Multifacético, Pantera, Ultraman
3) Dr. Wagner Jr., el Hijo Del Anibal, Silver King b Hijo del Cien Caras, Mascara Ano 2000 Jr., Máscara Sagrada

I was wondering if they were still doing TV tapings outside of Arena Naucalpan. This would be a yes. MA2K Jr. fouled Wagner, Wagner fouled MA2K Jr. back for the pin. Fuerza beat Multifacetico in the semifinal.

IWRG AZTECA (SUN) 06/01 Arena Naucalpan [the gladiatores]
1) Black Thunder & Soldado del Diablo b Avisman & Halcon 2000
2) Chico Che & Jack b Captian Muerte & Xibalba
3) Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro b La Gaviota, Marco Rivera, Star Boy
4) Freelance, Multifacético, Zatura b Dr. Cerebro, Masada, Veneno
5) El Fantasma, el Hijo Del Anibal, Fantasma Jr. b Fuerza Guerrera, Hijo del Cien Caras, Mascara Ano 2000 Jr.
6) Rayman, Rayo de Jalisco Jr., Silver King DQ LA Park, Máscara Año 2000, Ricky Cruzz

This was also an Azteca taping. Junior Capos interfered in the main event for the DQ. Semimain sets up a tag title match for this week. Tough night on the undercard – Halcon 2000 got knocked out int he second fall and Jack broke Xibalba’s nose with a forearm.

CMLL (SUN) 06/01 Arena Neza [the gladiatores]
1) Cosmico & La Mosca b Ahijado de la Muerte & Danger King
2) Black Danger & Black Heart b Black Bird I & Black Bird II
3) Dama del Ring & Estrellta Magica b Lady Sensacion & Princesa Saret
4) Rayo Tapatío I, Rayo Tapatío II, Tony Rivera b Calígula, Puma King, Tony Cirio
5) Tiger Kid b Chamaco Davila [hair]

Clean win for Tiger Kid. Won’t be his last apuesta win.

IWRG (SUN) 06/08 Arena Naucalpan [Superluchas]
1) Venom b Eragon
2) Judas el Traidor & Rockero del Diablo b Miss Gavitora & Rey de Corazones
3) Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro b Marco Rivera, Rey de Corazones, Star Boy
4) Demony, Septiembre el Terrorista, Veneno b Freelance, Solar I, Zatura
5) Blue Demon Jr., el Hijo Del Anibal, Multifacético b Fuerza Guerrera, Máscara Año 2000 Jr., Ricky Cruzz

Card was shuffled because Black Terry had a leg injury and his singles match with Fuerza had to be pulled. Veneno challenged Solar to a title shot after beating him – is anyone allowed to challenge for the title besides Negro Navarro? Rudos fell apart after the main event loss, MA2K Jr and Ricky Cruzz teased a mask match. They’re going in that direction, sorta.

Besides all that’s already been mentioned, Superluchas #267 has a really good interview with Satanico.

In Ovaciones, Arturo’s Sunday column lambastes the Jucio Final match. He makes it very clear he has nothing against the wrestlers, just the programmers who are making things so obvious. Arturo picks Damian 666 as the most obvious to lose his hair, followed by Alex and Terrible. That seems reasonable.

Arturo also reveals the reason for AAA’s trip to New York (and back) on Wednesday – there’s a premire for a movie (on a yacht), an animanted movie featuring AAA wrestlers. No name of the movie is mentioned, which you’d think would be kinda important.

The main Ovaciones story is about the juggled Jucio Final undercard. There’s notes on upcoming IWRG shows as well.

There’s interview with Ricky Marvin by Notimex, presumably done at the press confrence. Ricky says he won’t give 100% at TripleMania – he’ll give 200% to make people happy. Not a lot new about Ricky – he’s spending most of his time in Japan because that’s where his family is, but he misses the food and language of Mexico. He doesn’t have any problems with CMLL, since he feels they put in him posotion to succeed elsewhere, and might work again with them one day. Ricky says he’s back in Mexico for 3 weeks, so he should make TV a couple times after TripleMania.

In an interview with Notimex, Shocker says the tecnicos should focus on Perro Aguayo Jr. in the cage match. Shocker also worries the Perros will be more focused and stronger after taking two losses this week – nowt hey know the tecnico crew is a real threat.

Accion’s CMLL highlights were of the atomicos main event, and pretty much as you’d expect. The AAA highlights were of the maine vent tag match from Cancun. The camera looked very wet, and it must’ve been tough conditions, though it seemed like it stopped raining here by the end. Chessman toped into a chair shot, then bleed over his red face paint (again.) After Zorro makes Cibernetico quit to win the match, Rodlan showed up. Zorro and Konnan took care of his security themselves. Roldan turned to leave, but Electro, Jack and Teddy had slipped into the ring to cut him off. The clips puase there – I guess the idea is what the Legion did to Roldan was so horrible (they say he was taken to the hospital), they refuse to show that sort of violence against officals. Did they do that bit on the actual TV show as well?

An OEM editoral wishes for the return of lucha libre movies.

Superluchas has a short article on the Idolos del Catch group in Buenos Aires.


CMLL (TUE) 06/10 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Quazar vs Golden
2) Imposter vs Fraile de la Muerte
3) Oro II vs Depredaor
4) Magnum vs Mr. Trueno
5) Metal Blanco vs Rey Trueno
6) Gallo & Máximo vs Malefico & Misterioso II
7) Héctor Garza, Marco Corelone, Sagrado vs Atlantis, Olímpico, Toscano

Well, Toscano’s scheduled anyway.

IWRG (THU) 06/12 Arena Naucalpan
1) Avisman vs Anubis
2) Gemelo Fantastico I & Gemelo Fantastico II vs Comando Gama & Judas el Traidor
3) Freelance, Goleador, Zatura vs Capitán Muerte, Karloff Lagarde Jr., Xibalva
4) Aeroman, El Dandy, Pantera vs Demony, Septiembre el Terrorista, Veneno
5) Tinieblas Jr. vs Mascara Ano 2000 Jr., el Hijo Del Anibal, Hijo del Cien Caras, Ricky Cruzz, Fantasma Jr., Oficial 911, Fuerza Guerrera, Multifacético, Fantasma de la Ópera [cage, mask]

They’re teasing something with Multifacetico with every one after him, but I’d guess Ricky Cruzz loses his mask rather quickly.

AAA (FRI) 06/13 Yautepec, Morelos
1) Mascarita Sagrada & Octagoncito vs Mini Abismo Negro & Mini Chessman
2) Cinthia Moreno & Estrellita vs La Diabólica & Martha Villalobos
3) El Alebrije, El Elegido, Gronda II vs Killer Clown, Psycho Clown, Zombie Clown

A spot show on the same night as Triplemania.

CMLL (SUN) 06/15 Arena Coliseo
1) Sombra de Plata & Starman vs Apocalipsis & Ramstein
2) Mascarita Dorada, Pequeno Ninja, Shockercito vs Nino de Acero, Pequeño Violencia, Pierrothito
3) Leono & Tony Rivera vs Ángel Azteca Jr. & Máscara Púrpura and Rayo Tapatío I & Rayo Tapatío II and Metálico & Metalik and Arkangel de la Muerte & Hooligan and Calígula & Méssala and Artillero & Súper Comando and Euforia & Nosferatu [Coliseo TAG, torneo]
4) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, qf]
5) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, qf]
6) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, qf]
7) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, qf]
8) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, sf]
9) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, sf]
10) ? & ?? vs ??? & ???? [Coliseo TAG, torneo, final]
11) Heavy Metal, Marco Corelone, Místico vs Atlantis, Rey Bucanero, Último Guerrero

Putting aisde the Arena Coliseo Tag Team Titles for a sec, that minis match is close to a rematch from tonight’s match. Shockertico replaces Tzuki. I wonder who’s going to feud.

This could be Marco or Metal’s first match with their heads shaved! It won’t be.

IWRG AZTECA (SUN) 06/15 Arena Naucalpan
1) Halcon 2000 & Jack vs Judas el Traidor & Rockero del Diablo
2) Miss Gavitora, Rey de Corazones, Turbo vs Black Thunder, Trauma I, Trauma II
3) Coco Chips, Coco Verde, Cocolores vs Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro
4) Linda Star & Martha Villalobos vs Linda Warrior & Rossy Moreno
5) Hijo del Cien Caras & Mascara Ano 2000 Jr. vs El Fantasma & Fantasma Jr.
6) Dr. Wagner Jr., Silver King, Tinieblas Jr. vs Fuerza Guerrera, LA Park, Máscara Año 2000

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