What happened? Myzteziz turned heel, lost 100% clean, turned heel again, and then turned down the other heels but hung out with them. It was even more confusing than it reads (but TV did clean it up a bit.) Alberto got revenge on Cage, shaving his head and burying him under a flag. Blue Demon got a trophy for being Blue Demon.
What was good? The tag match was not, nope. Alberto/Cage gets overwhelmed by it being a big AAA match.
AAA announced this morning that Myzteziz was not working for them any more. The statement portrays it as a mutual agreement not to work together any more. AAA’s silence the last few days led most to guess they were being careful what they said before suing Myzteziz for breaking his contract. This seems to suggest that’s not the plan, which surprises me. They’ve gone out of their way not to say anything bad Myzteziz on the way out – there’s not the stream of messages from Konnan ripping Myzteziz a new one on Twitter we were all hoping for – which only seemed to be happening to better position themselves in a court case. Maybe there’s a missing piece.
AAA specifically note they owned the Myzteziz name to prevent him using it for the indies, but that dude has so many names he can use on posters (and that’s probably the least well known of them) and already has a new mask, so it’s the least of his concerns. Some local promoter is going to goof up and put the wrong name on the poster, but he’s probably going to just be listed as Mistico in a lot of places. I don’t think AAA will be putting someone different out under the name.
On today’s Wrestling Observer Radio, Dave Meltzer said AAA did not find out Myzteziz was in CMLL until he was in the locker room. (Someone in Arena Mexico called them; it sounds cool if it’s a luchador, but it might be a member of the press since they were tipped off to come to the show.) Meltzer also said AAA also believes Myzteziz was recruiting other AAA wrestlers to come with them. AAA believes no one’s going, but they’ve very angry. There’s a little bit of irony in that, because that’s the story of how AAA was founded. Myzteziz seems much more like Octagon without an Antonio Pena or Konnan in this version.
Meltzer’s belief is it was the issues between Alberto el Patron and Myzteziz which led to Myzteziz to leave. Things had not changed much between them since Alberto’s blow up on Twitter before TripleMania. Meltzer said the two had to be kept apart and dressed in different parts of the arena when they were both on the same show (which would’ve only been TripleMania and Heroes Inmortales.) Those two have very real issues and it’s why myself and others were really skeptical the match with both of them in Ciudad Juarez was ever really going to happen. Meltzer also brought up Myzteziz being the behind Rey & Alberto in the pecking order in AAA and having a chance to be the top guy in CMLL. Myzteziz not only can go back to being at the top, but he can go back to being the top as a tecnico. He seems to like playing the rudo with the over the top evil laugh, but he does better business for himself as a tecnico.
Argos & Argenis may be no longer working for AAA. They changed their Facebook fan page names to remove references to AAA at about the same time on Monday evening. It’s unknown if they were fired or quit. No Mexico based luchador is going to work for Lucha Underground without also working for AAA, so Argenis leaving AAA means Lucha Underground needs a new Disciple of Death. Neither of those guys are booked on the Elite Lucha Libre show and are no certain bets to be brought back into CMLL unless Myzteziz insists on it, so their major league careers could be over because of their brother’s decision.
Elite Lucha Libre (SUN) 10/25/2015Arena México
1) Fly Warrior & Principe Diamante vs Pegasso & Puma (CMLL)
2) Aeroboy, Ángel de Oro, Golden Magic vs Kamaitachi, Okumura, Tiger
3) Heddi Karaoui & Zumbi vs Bárbaro Cavernario & Hechicero
4) Negro Navarro & Solar I vs Blue Panther & Negro Casas
5) Máximo, Silver King, Valiente vs Bestia 666, Damián 666, Halloween
6) Ex-Mistico & Volador Jr. vs La Máscara & Rush
“Ex-Mistico” is probably a placeholder name. He’s right back to being a tecnico, right against the Ingobernables. Rush wasn’t in CMLL when Mistico left, but he wasn’t Rush yet. Literally: he was still “Rouge”.
Silver King – it’s the original in the picture, not one of his many children – is a weird inclusion on this card. He hasn’t been working for this group previously. But Pegasso being a rudo is also weird so who knows.
There are some good matches on this show. They all have non-CMLL guys on them, which means this probably will be skipped by TV (ClaroSports/Titanes el Ring) and they’ll double up on the 10/23 Friday night show. There will be plenty of fan cams on YouTube anyway.
In other AAA roster news, Electroshock says he needs promoters to contact him for indy bookings. My impression is this is not a fakeout and he’s leaving AAA (or has actually already left.) Electroshock is currently listed as working in Durango on a spot show for AAA in the 25th, and then the weird bull terrier match with Taurus in Juarez. Given Taurus came in with two straight wins, Electroshock probably wasn’t planned to win that either. The Holocausto faction has seemed to be done for a while too. AAA seems to have plans to keep booking the older veterans but want to move on from them.
The bad stuff on this show was very bad. The good stuff was good, but you want to pick your spots. This whole feud was bad for Molotov, and bad because of Molotov. I’m not sure it would’ve made any difference but maybe they shouldn’t have bothered to turn him rudo if this is just a mask loss and a few matches before retirment. Maybe he would’ve been more confident if he was stayed in the tecnico role he’s used to and he did this feud against Espiritu Maligno or Ares or another local rudo if it had to be a local. Second match appeared to be guys not wanting to work with each other and there was no saving that.
CMLL’s week of cards with actual main events continues tonight. Arena Mexico has Mephisto versus Dragon Lee, which will be the same as last night’s Volador’s match only with Dragon Lee’s moves instead. Arena Coliseo Guadalajara has rivals La Mascara & Volador getting a tag title shot against Shocker & Negro Casas, a match being billed as an attraction despite no reason to want to see it.
Diva Salvaje appeared to be very drunk in a match with Pasion Kristal this past Saturday. Highlights include Diva Salvaje throwing a chair at fans. That link has the video. Diva’s apologized in another video and offered to come back to work for free. This would be probably a much bigger story on a slower week (and did turn into a big story on Facebook.)
Cara Lucha (SAT) 10/17/2015Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México
1) ? vs ??
2) Keira vs ? (Cmll)
3) Rayo Star & Sky Man vs Astral & Stukita
4) Kilvan, Wasson, Yoruba vs ? (Cmll), Espanto Jr., Jocker (Guadalajara)
5) Hechicero (CMLL) vs Trauma I
6) Felino & Mr. Niebla vs Black Terry & Trauma I
This was announced a little while back but I didn’t post it here. I kind of don’t want Mr. Niebla (or even more 2015 Felino) on the Good Match Indies, but it might also be a good business move. Cara Lucha posted a Black Terry interview talking about the match.
IWRG (SUN) 10/18/2015Arena Naucalpan
1) Adrenalina & Dragón Bane vs Guerrero 2000 & Vampiro Metálico
2) Aeroman, Alas de Acero, Kanon vs Diablo Jr. I, Flamarion, Vortice
3) Diva Salvaje, Freyser, Hijo del Pantera vs El Golpeador, El Hijo del Diablo, Xandao
4) Heddi Karaoui, Pantera II, Veneno vs Canis Lupus, Máscara Año 2000 Jr., Negro Navarro
5) Dr. Wagner Jr., Golden Magic, Hijo del Dr. Wagner Jr. vs LA Park, Trauma I, Trauma II
Wagner & Park back in Naucalpan. Heddi Karaoui shouldn’t be back on this show unless he’s not in CMLL full time (or CMLL’s changed this policy too.) Xanado is Zumbi’s tall Brazilian friend. There’s a Flamarion who’s a regular in the Juarez/El Paso area, no idea if this is him. His match hsa the best chance of actually being good on this show.
CMLL (MON) 10/19/2015Arena Puebla
1) Asturiano, Centella Roja, Paris vs Ares, El Malayo, Fuerza Chicana
2) Flyer, Lestat, Star Jr. vs Espanto Jr., Inquisidor, Molotov
3) Ángel de Oro, Dragon Lee, Esfinge vs Kamaitachi, Nitro, Okumura
4) Euforia, Gran Guerrero, Último Guerrero vs Dragón Rojo Jr., Rey Escorpión, Thunder
5) La Máscara, La Sombra, Marco Corleone vs Rey Bucanero, Shocker, Terrible
Whoa, that’s not good. Opener could be fun – Centella Roja is a trainee of former Puebla standout Centella de Oro, I believe – but the rest of the show has some bad people in matches. Molotov is back, but he’s only getting booked in Puebla so far so it’s possible this is just a last couple of appearances unmasked. (Hoping so.) Dragon Lee & Kamaitachi will once again have about 60 seconds of good spots in a 14 minute match. Thunder exists. Main event seems to be headed to a Sombra/Shocker match.
What happened: Lestat took Molotov’s mask. This may have been Molotov’s final match in CMLL. Volador kept his title over Mephisto. Some matches were awful
What was good: Volador/Mephisto was what you’d expect it to be, and the opener and the Puma/Tiger/Virus match had it’s moments. They were overshadowed by the awfulness of the mask match and the second match.
Where can I see it: it’s up on CMLL’s YouTube channel.(more…)
AAA TV (THU) 11/06/2015Arena Xalapa, Xalapa, Veracruz
1) Goya Kong, Maravilla, Pimpinela Escarlata vs La Hiedra, Lady Shani, Mamba
2) Aerostar, Australian Suicide, Fireball vs Daga, Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Steve Pain
3) Angélico, Garza Jr., Jack Evans vs Hijo del Fantasma, Súper Fly, Texano Jr.
4) Drago, Murder Clown, Speedball vs Brodus Clay, El Mesías, Taurus
5) Fénix, Psycho Clown, Rey Misterio Jr. vs Johnny Mundo, Low-Ki, Pentagón Jr.
Air Date: 11/14
That didn’t take long! Thanks to @CarlaDagaGirl. This looks like a temporary poster too, but it’s enough to start selling tickets.
Low-Ki (phonetically spelled Law Kid) and ex-WWE-er Brodus Clay look like new additions, but it might just be a one night thing. Both (and Mundo) are among the names working the ZZinc show the next day in Veracruz, and AAA might have just been splitting the cost to use them. Clay is theoretically still under contract to TNA and would be needed for their TV shows, if there were any more after this point. Low-Ki was last in AAA in 2006, when the team of AJ Styles, Samoa Joe and Low-ki defeated Crazy Boy, Juvi and Joe Lider in the finals of a tournament.
Speedball continues to show up here. AAA hasn’t given him said anything, but Smash Wrestling said Mike Speedball Bailey would miss their next show to start with AAA.
Flamita returns as Fireball, facing some of the same guys as his last appearance. It wasn’t mentioned in the results, but Daga attacked Suicide during a backstage interview segment (with Australian Suicide!), so they’re meant to be feuding. That match doesn’t need a reason to happen because it’ll be awesome on it’s own, but it’s good to give them something to do.
Again, tough to tell what they might be going with for Guerra de Titanes, and it now might be different from what they planned when this show was put together. Maybe we’ll get one more taping to figure it out. Interesting that this will be the fourth straight one week taping and eight in nine weeks. They seem to run more taping when they can get local promoters to pay for htem, so all the one week shows means that part of the business is doing much better than it was earlier in the year.
Magic/Trauma II is easily the most praised match. X-Fly totally could’ve beaten Hijo de Dos, and it’s a little weird Mascara 2000 Jr. is back here (though AAA people have been champions in IWRG in the past.)
CMLL has an unusually loaded up week, starting with a big show tonight in Puebla. The main event is Volador Jr. defending his NWA Welterweight championship against Mephisto. As we saw on Friday, Mephisto’s big match structure is basically “people kick out of the Devil’s Wings repeatedly and then do moves” and Volador has a lot of moves so it could work out well. Mephisto and Volador are tied 3-3 in singles matches all time, with Mephisto defeating Volador early and Volador winning late. He should win late tonight too.
The bigger match is the Molotov versus Lestat mask match. Molotov wasn’t much good as a tecnico, hasn’t been much better as a rudo, and fifty people should be getting mask wins before him but it’s CMLL so you can’t rule it out. Lestat was a Puebla prospect who appeared to get frustrated with his career going nowhere and basically retiring for two years. He’s gotten more focus since returning last December, but it’s at least possible it all might just be a set up for him losing to his mask and disappearing again. And maybe that’s even a reasonable thing to do, but not with Molotov.
I’m not writing much about Mistico II on the Azteca/Telemundo Si Se Puede celebrity reality show because I can’t be bothered to care (and I’m not sure how much it means outside the context of the show.) He’s still alive on the show, and did a dance number as Gloria Trevi yesterday which tore down the house. There’s a 30-45 pre-roll add, but you ought to withstand it and watch the video.
Mascara Dorada actually won on the NJPW show! Post show interviews suggested Dorada’s teaming with Taguchi for the upcoming junior tag team tournament (and also there’s an upcoming juniors tag team tournament), but don’t trust me reading NJPW. None of the Ingobernables were Naito’s friend.
These are going to not work right, or at least not work how they have prior. I started posting the recaps right after the show for the live broadcasts. It doesn’t make sense to post them again, so that means the reviews for some of these were posted weeks/months ago. I definitely need a better way to look thru old recaps, but I can at least relink to them. This time, it’s only CMLL on ClaroSports 2015-08-31.
The trade off is I should be catching up quicker; a lot of weeks only have two TV recaps to post. The weeks where AAA (re)airs a PPV will only really have C3 recaps. I’d like to sprinkle in some of the indy catch up instead of leaving it all to the end (or just leaving it on my hard drive like last year), but we’ll see.
I’m trying to filter out the Azteca/52MX matches since they would’ve been listed before when they aired on other shows. I’m not sure if that’s the better way. I did update the best matches list.
CMLL (SAT) 10/10/2015Arena Coliseo
1) Bengala b Camorra
2) Metálico b Star Jr.
3) Hombre Bala Jr. b Hijo del Signo
4) Sagrado b Tritón Triton wants a shot at Sagrado and the Arena Coliseo tag team titles but can’t get a win over him.
5) Amapola & Dalys b Princesa Sugehit & Skadi Skadi replaced Marcela. Rudas won in straight falls.
6) Blue Panther, La Máscara, Máximo b Felino, Rey Bucanero, Vangellys
7) Atlantis b Rey Escorpión Atlantis won clean with an Atlantida.
The only person to beat Atlantis in a singles match in the last year is, of course, Ultimo Guerrero.
CMLL (SUN) 10/11/2015Arena México [CMLL]
1) Flyer & Robin b Apocalipsis & Inquisidor straight falls
2) Demus 3:16 & Mercurio b Eléctrico & Último Dragoncito Scheduled to be a trios match with Pequeno Olimpico & Fantasy.
3) Delta, Fuego, Rey Cometa b Misterioso Jr., Pierroth, Sagrado
4) Negro Casas b Titán [lightning] Negro snuck in a foul on Titan.
5) Ángel de Oro, Atlantis, La Máscara b Boby Zavala, Dragón Rojo Jr., Pólvora
6) Euforia, Terrible, Último Guerrero b Máximo, Rush, Valiente Terrible beat Maximo to set up a title match next week. Atlantis was listed in Rush’s spot, but it’s Rush in the pictures.
The heavyweight championship doesn’t mean much, but Maximo seems like the most over tecnico. Crowd definitely cheered him over Volador on Friday night. There’s a bit of logic in using him as the main event on a Sunday after a WWE show, though it still doesn’t feel like a big thing.
Mesias replaced Myzteziz last night in Veracruz. They announced he wouldn’t be there at the beginning of the show. It’s unclear if AAA told him not to show up or if he decided not to on his own. AAA hasn’t commented on Myzteziz yet, but it was reasonable to expect they wouldn’t want to do any more business with him. Myzteziz is still be advertised for other shows by local promoters in the next three weeks, which probably means those local promoters also haven’t heard from AAA yet. The Arena Neza group, where Myzteziz is next listed as wrestling on Friday, still was pushing the poster with Myzteziz as the centerpiece on Facebook.
(There’s some irony in Colin being one of the people bringing back Myzteziz to Arena Mexico. Colin, in his other job as part of the Lucha 2000 magazine, made up interviews quoting Myzteziz’s father saying he was saying in CMLL and not going to WWE back when that all happened to try and protect CMLL. Myzteziz and his family were very displeased. Time changes alliances.)
No one’s saying how long this has been in the works, but friend of the site Daniel Gonzalez pointed out some dramatic Myzteziz Twitter messages from mid September which could be read as Myzteziz deciding to making this move.
In the post Arena Mexico interview, Myzteziz blew off his feud with Rey Misterio as one neither man won but he was happy to have done. He said he was looking for his old place in CMLL (again noting no one’s taken it), but did not want the Mistico name. He said he’d be ok facing Mistico II or teaming with him, whatever Mistico II wanted. He mentioned (a little unprompted) Ultimo Guerrero, Negro Casas, Volador Jr. and Atlantis as possible opponents. They’re not even giving away if he’ll be a tecnico or rudo. Slightly interesting the Ingobernables were not on that list.
Arturo Rivera said dumb stuff on Twitter and defended AAA, as he usually does. Boasting about AAA creating stars while others only steal them seems like poor timing when the promotion has been built around ex-US stars Alberto & Mysterio and ex-CMLL star Myzteziz. The thing is Arturo clearly needs to be right about AAA being built around homegrown stars rather soon.
AAA’s had a unfortunate year and that may not be over yet. WWE may be talking to Alberto el Patron about returning. Cageside Seats has all the bits of the story. The quick version is WWE wants to bring back one of it’s former Latino stars to help do better in that demographic, they’ve talked to Carlito but Carlito hasn’t liked the offer, and they’ve probably reached out to Alberto as well. On the face of it, if they’re not offering Carlito enough to return than that offer is probably not good enough to get Alberto either, and Alberto’s previous complaints about the WWE schedule would have to be addressed. Still, WWE is capable of making that kind of deal if they want him bad enough. Alberto himself has said he’s not locked in for season 2 of Lucha Underground. (The fact that no one’s come out and ‘corrected’ that says he was right and probably still hasn’t been locked in.) Myzteziz’s jump to CMLL suggests AAA contracts may not be all that binding either. There’s also been past reports in the WON about at least 1 of the 3 big AAA signings being unhappy with the payouts they’ve been getting. I don’t know which one it was, but the general sense is those deals have not worked out as expected so far. Alberto had much more positive things to say about WWE last time people asked. I’d still be surprised if Alberto left AAA, but it’s not out of the question.
CMLL (SAT) 10/17/2015Arena Coliseo
1) Bengala vs Apocalipsis
2) Magnus vs Inquisidor
3) Starman vs Hijo del Signo
4) The Panther vs Nitro
5) Fuego vs Sangre Azteca
6) Super Porky & Titán vs Kráneo & Ripper
7) Ángel de Oro, Mistico, Valiente vs Ephesto, Luciferno, Mephisto
Titan teams with Super Porky a lot. Main event might be best match.
Sky Team in the main event to help out the title match.
There’s no bigger disparity than Pierroth and Hechicero on the same team. Skandalo’s had many injuries; the last one was a knee injury. He’s also had some false alarm returns from injury.
CMLL (SUN) 10/18/2015Arena Coliseo Guadalajara
1) Avispón Negro Jr. & Meteoro vs Guerrero de la Muerte & Quca
2) El Yaqui & Nube Roja vs El Chakal & Mr. Apolo
3) Furia Roja, Mr. Trueno, Rey Trueno vs El Cuatrero, Forastero, Sansón
4) El Divino, Esfinge, Frezzer, Magnum, Neutrón vs Kempo Dragón, Mario Mora, Príncipe Kisho, Relampago (Sinaloa), Terremoto [cibernetico] Jalisco versus Sinaloa
The Sinaloa guys have been showing up for a couple months, but this is the first sign it’s going anywhere.
CMLL (FRI) 10/09/2015Arena México [CMLL]
1) Shockercito & Stukita b Demus 3:16 & Pequeño Nitro Shockercito won with a La Mistica, which appears to have been intentional foreshadowing.
2) Okumura, Puma, Tiger b Fuego, The Panther, Tritón good match
3) Guerrero Maya Jr., Heddi Karaoui, Stuka Jr. b Gran Guerrero, Hechicero, Luciferno Karaoui was said to do well in his debut, got the win.
4) La Máscara, La Sombra, Rush b Ángel de Oro, Super Parka, Super Porky Ingobernables ended up destroying the tecnicos. Sombra took Angel de Oro’s mask after the match.
5) Atlantis & Negro Casas b Mephisto, Mistico, Volador Jr., Ephesto, Máximo, Valiente [CMLL Universal, seeding battle royal] Prior to this match, the original Mistico came to the ring in a new mask (and with no name). He said Arena Mexico gave birth to him and he was coming back to return to the spot that no one had filled. The ring announcer promoted the 10/25 All Elite show, but Myzteziz never mentioned that date and implied he’d be coming back for a lot more than that. Strangely, Mistico II was the first person out for this match and most of the field attacked him. They tore up his mask repeatedly on this show.
6) Mephisto b Ephesto [CMLL Universal, 8F]
7) Mistico b Valiente [CMLL Universal, 8F]
8) Volador Jr. b Máximo [CMLL Universal, 8F]
9) Atlantis b Negro Casas [CMLL Universal, 8F]
10) Mephisto b Mistico [CMLL Universal, quarterfinal]
11) Atlantis b Volador Jr. [CMLL Universal, quarterfinal]
12) Atlantis b Mephisto [CMLL Universal, semifinal] Atlantis faces Ultimo Guerrero on 10/16
The Mistico II stuff was weird. It seemed like they were killing off the character for most of the tournament. The crowd would’ve been fine with that, he was getting booed badly just by appearing after the original had shown up. In the end, he just lost cleanly to a super Devil’s Wings.
Atlantis versus Ultimo Guerrero was the most predictable final but one I was kind of hoping they’d avoid. Ultimo Guerrero is almost definitely going to win. This final serves no purpose except to give Ultimo Guerrero a desperately unneeded victory.
Despite ClaroSports saying the show would only air in Mexico, it aired everywhere without a region block. No one knows anything and I expect it’ll stay a guessing game for a while. I only saw the Mistico return and the Universal tournament (which seemed better than last week, though the crowd was not at all into a long Mephisto/Ephesto match after Mistico I just showed up.) I haven’t even edited the rest, but I’m told the undercard was fun and worth watching. Karaoui did better than expected; hope he keeps it up.
AAA has every right to be livid about Myzteziz’s move – he did this in a unprofessional way, and probably is still under contract to AAA. They also can’t afford to wallow in their anger too long right now, because they’ve got to figure out what to do with their TripleMania program, how to replace Myzteziz as a lead heel in general, and who else might be jumping. No one was naming names last night, but rumors were indicating Myzteziz wasn’t coming alone. (No opponent or match being named for him was interesting for that reason.) The spotlight is going to fall on Averno – who, unlike his rival, has been noted as being super professional everywhere – and if he’ll follow his friend back to CMLL.
My plans involve me not checking the internet for long stretches of time today. I’m throwing my laptop in the car, so maybe you’ll get an update from a rest stop near Peoria if more craziness happens, but more likely just keep an eye on Twitter.
CMLL (FRI) 10/16/2015Arena México
1) Hombre Bala Jr., Súper Halcón Jr., The Panther vs Artillero, Sangre Azteca, Súper Comando
2) Estrellita, La Vaquerita, Marcela vs Amapola, Dalys, Tiffany
3) Shockercito vs Demus 3:16 [hair]
4) Dragon Lee, Guerrero Maya Jr., Stuka Jr. vs Boby Zavala, Kamaitachi, Virus
5) Máximo, Valiente, Volador Jr. vs La Sombra, Marco Corleone, Rush
6) Atlantis vs Último Guerrero [CMLL Universal, final] Ultimo Guerrero, already the only two time winner, would become the first three time winner if he wins.
WWE’s in town the next day. CMLL appears to know what the good matches are when they want to do good matches. The two singles matches should do well, and the fourth and first matches should be worth watching. (The women’s match isn’t as hot, but it’s tough for CMLL to put together promising women’s matches with the current roster.)
DTU JOSAGA (SAT) 10/31/2015Auditorio de la Unidad Deportivo, Fortín, Veracruz 1) Blaster, Delirium, Guerrero Astral vs Angel Negro, Halcón Infenrla, Ultra Boy 2) Erwin, Galxy, Irving vs Masizito, Porrito, Samuary Jr. 3) Black Baby & Sepultura vs Destroyer & Hades 4) Gio El Malkriado & Lady Maravilla vs Abadon & Zuzu Divine and Perro Negro Jr. & Princesa Doreada and Black Sabath & Crazy Star (F) 5) Septimo Dragon vs Ángel del Misterio, Tiburon, Ángel Del Futuro 6) Lanzeloth & Rocky Lobo vs Joven Marvilla & Maremoto Jr. and Aero Power & Kronos 7) Black Fire & Pesadilla vs Cíclope & Miedo Extremo and Ángel o Demonio & Ovett