The battle dance is shown here. It is so odd. We also get our weekly Místico video package and interviewer.
Match 1: Bam Bam, Shockercito, Último Dragoncito © vs Pequeño Damian 666 ©, Pequeño Nitro, Pequeño Warrior
Arena Mexico, 05/14/2010
Match Time: 12:14
Rating: above average
Notes: Bam Bam has new music, or at least new music since last I got to hear his music. Ultimo Dragoncito is probably really excited for the Mortal Kombat remake. Someone can't find the Pequeño Nitro video for his entrance. This is why you need a group Tuareg entrance video. He could be hanging out in background. Warrior has a crazy white/black checkboard outfit. He's got to keep up with the look. Also, two painted scars on his chest. I have no idea why. I know this is taped before the announcement, but I wonder how long it'll take for them to make a Demus 3:16 video? Terror Chino & Babe Richard are your refs. The close seats seem full, but the seats behind them have some big gaps.
1: Takes about a minute to get going. Crowd is behind the rudos. Bam Bam & Warrior start of with the mat open, but it doesn't say on the mat for too long before Warrior is taking monkey flips and sliding out. Dragoncito is too fast for Nitro, and a bodyscissors (should start calling that a casadora one of these days) armdrag sends Nitro out. Crowd gets loud for Dragoncito teasing a dive, but Dragoncito could kill someone with one of those. Damian kicks Dragoncito when he opts to pose instead. Last two in, Damian bullying the smaller mane until Shockercito comes back with a double rotation spinning headscissors. Dorada is rubbing off on his teammates. Shockercito gets caught on a running plancha, Damian snaps him over his knee for a backbreaker, and Nitro helps out of the giant swing/dropkick combo. Rudos rush the técnicos from there. Crowd already singing along for the rudos – whoever's on the bleep button at LATV thinks the “rudo” they're saying is a dirty word. Double hiptoss/dropkick to the face for Bam Bam. Dragoncito forced in the corner, and Damian opts to lick Dragoncito’s chest. Disturbing! Dragoncito side steps a Warrior charge, and he hits the post. Damian charges, Dragoncito flips him, and Bam Bam superkicks him of the apron. Nitro charges, Dragoncito moves, charges back himself, gets flipped to the apron, fights off Nitro, climbs up top, and moonsault Damian on the floor. Almost took out Mr. CMLL Magazine on that one. Bam Bam must've jumped of the top rope into the ring in the meantime, and they pick up with a superkick on Nitro. Tiger Mask rope fake causes Nitro to fly out, and Bam Bam follows with his tornillo. Warrior setting up for his dive, but Shockercito just waits for him to turn around to eat a headscissors. Reinera, call it. Warrior is so dizzy, he keeps on spinning after Shockercito lets him go, then collapses on the mat.
2: Damian can't get a hug from his opponents, so Warrior offers him a hug instead. And a kiss on the lips! Damian is disturbed. Bam Bam and Damian start, and Bam Bam recovers nicely from almost falling as he hits the ropes to pull of a run up the ropes headscissors a moment later. Damian kills him with a shoulder powerslam and a running double stomp before he can do any more. Crazy amount of bleeps here, because the crowd is chanting for rudos. Nitro swings Bam Bam into the ropes and drops him with a backcracker. Nitro is more lax on a corner whip, which sets of a series of reversals ending with a Bam Bam dropkick to the shoulder. It was a long sequence. Bam Bam leads Nitro into a Shockercito plancha. Shockercito gets his own corkscrew headscissors, but Nitro wings him with a dropkick. Tag to Warrior, who jumps into and elbows Shockercito, then throws powerbombs him into the buckle. Never fun, but that didn't look as deadly as most. Warrior is lax on a corner charge, allowing Shockercito to dropkick him in a knee and the head. Warrior tries to escape, but Dragoncito comes in to follow up, Dragoncito and Warrior turns into a little bit of comedy before Nitro come in to help, and fails to actually help. Warrior dropkick out, Nitro dropkick out, Shockercito springboard plancha on both, rudos catch him, Dragoncito knocks over the pile with a thru the ropes tope con giro. Guess they needed three people to catch Dragoncito without Pierrothito being in the match. Inside the ring, Bam hops onto Damian’s shoulders, and Damian uppercut fouls him as he comes off. Both refs saw it, so that's a two fall match.
Back to the bleeps.
Match 2: Fuego, Sagrado ©, Stuka Jr. vs Misterioso II ©, Sangre Azteca, Virus
Arena Mexico, 05/14/2010
Winner: rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 6:06
Rating: death via clip
Notes: Monito is with Stuka, who has his national title belt. Referees are Pompin & Rafael el Maya
1: There’s only 17 minutes to the hour when this one starts, so I'm not expecting much. Actually, seeing as they very obviously join us as after the first set of exchange, I know there's not much. In the middle of a lot of people knocking other people in and out, Fuego sends Stuka out with a top rope armdrag, and Stuka follows with an Asai moonsault on Virus. Fuego's sent out Sangre Azteca at that same time, and follows with a springboard tope con giro. Sagrado tries to go up and over for a sunset flip on Misterioso, but Misterioso pushes him off. No problems, one fireman's drop and springboard moonsault later, and that's a short técnico fall.
2: Joined in progress. Sagrado tries for a bodyscissors cradle from the ground, but Virus holds the legs to block, and Sangre Azteca adds the missile dropkick to the backside. Misterio clears out Fuego with a shoulderblock, Virus slaps Stuka, Misterioso splashes Sagrado, one two three. WHAT A FALL.
3: Rudos are beating up Monito, though cameras are too busy showing everything but. Referees confiscate the blue monkey to prevent Sangre from doing any more, and he dives to the safety of under the bottom rope. Rudos turn the attention to Stuka. Double back elbow, dropkick to the hindquarters. Sagrado manages to cover Sangre Azteca, but the others attack. Rudos rip up Sagrado's mask a bit, and boot him out. Fuego's top is pulled down for harder chops. Corner Clothesline, and Sangre's corner low blow dropkick. Sagrado back in. Corner whip, kip out and over Virus, superkick for him, and Sangre walks over into the quebradora con giro. Misterioso, distracted by fans, reacts enough to duck a clothesline and enziguri the man in white and black. Stuka tries a rebound armdrag, but is shoved off. Sangre grabs him, Stuka ducks, and Misterioso pulls up just in time from hitting his friend. They both chases Stuka, right into the path of Fuego's top rope plancha. Stuka splashes them while they’re down, everyone avoids clothesline, rudos kick the técnicos out, stereo topes? No, Poder Mexico fakes them out and pose in the ring. Too much posing, so Sagrado can sneak in and springboard dropkick them out. Virus backdrops Sagrado to the apron, Sagrado swing kicks him and goes for an Asai, but Virus kicks him right for the ropes. Sangre goes the inside of the middle ropes, and jumps off – splash onto the floor, that's never going to feel good. Fuego comes in with a springboard dropkick for Virus. One two No. Virus clothesline Fuego, who don’t quite get around on the flip. Virus Oklahoma roll, one two three! Virus runs around happily, forgetting Fuego isn't the captain. Stuka blows up Virus with a dropkick while he's still celebrating, waves Misterioso on, side steps, and sets Misterioso up on the top rope. Oh, bad move. Stuka climbs up, and of course Misterioso reverses it into a Rosa Driver. One two three. That'll do.
Never put Misterioso on the top rope! Técnicos need to hold a meeting about that to get the word out. Monito pouts. Replays, short bit of dancing to fill out the hour, and that's it.