CMLL on Teleformula #53 (06/26/2011) 
Recapped: 06/28/11

Announcers are Rey, JCR and Felino, and we are going back in time.

Match 1: Cancerbero, Loco Max, Pólvora vs Ángel de Oro, Delta, Magnus
Arena Coliseo Guadalajara, 05/03/2011

  1. rudos

  2. técnicos
  3. técnicos

Winner: técnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 17:47
Rating: up and down
Notes: Magnus is using Rolling, still, here. Sometimes they forgot the songs here, and that is good. Refs are the two refs who are not Loco. It's in audible to us, but crowd is chanting something at Magus, so much that he cover hiss had and his técnico partners cover his ears, like rudos might. How odd! Must be a Místico chant.

1: Loco Max & Delta start, but the crowd is still saying something to Magnus, enough that Delta goes over and says something to him. Delta gets Loco max in a cross armbreaker a couple times, but can't get the submission. Loco Max gets a back mounted chinlock for a bit, but Delta gets back out to the cross armbreaker, stopping only to complain about the rudos. Announcers talking about Felino vs Pantera for some reason. These guys are getting a long time to start, and are spending in the same holds for the most part. I think Bucanero nodded off for a while here. After four minutes of accomplishing nothing, maybe a third of the match, tags to Cancerbero and Angel de Oro. They take turns holding each other in non-threatening holds. Crowd is not paying attention to any of this, repeatedly chanting for people to kiss other people and reacting when they do. That does not appear to be happening tin the match. To be fair, I wouldn't be working hard if no one was really paying that attention, and that seems to be the case. Jumping snap mare and a headscissors from the mat sends Cancerbero out. Angel de Oro stalks him outside, but a ref quickly gets in between. Magnus in, to a lot of cheers and then a very not nice chant. Pose off. The girls seem like Magnus. Pólvora wonders what's wrong with these people. More posing. Off the rope avoidance, springboard armdrag. Loco Max in and missing a clothesline, but landing a kick to kick start the beatdown. Loco goes for Magnus mask. Double back elbow for him, and held for a Loco max dropkick to send him out. Delta in and out quick, ten back in for the submissions to win it. Pólvora gives Magnus the Super Pólvora Driver well after the fact.

2: Rudos still in control. Loco gets to pulling off Magnus' mask. Loco's hair is really grown out here, maybe he had some ideas. Tree of Woe mask falling off bit. Pólvora is pulled away from Angel de Oro, while two guys stretch Delta around the ropes. Rudos take turns biting Magnus' fingers. The técnicos sidesteps a Loco max charge, Pólvora charges in and gets his partner, Magnus' bit with Cancerbero is missed or clipped, Pólvora dropkicks the técnico out, other técnicos come in with a springboard armdrag, and out with Asai moonsaults. Crowd approves. Loco and Magnus in, Magnus blows whatever he's going for, it's not every clear, and then just pins him. That was bad.

3: Angel de Oro twirls Magnus around for the crowd's approval. I have no idea what's going on. Angel de Oro takes care of Loco Max with a quebradora. Other rudos stomp him into the mat, but Oro gets them with an armdrag/headscissors. Boosted up headscissors spots goes horrible, superkick is better. Angel de Oro intimidates a referee because I dunno. Delta looks loose but at least he doesn't blow anything. Quebradora for Pólvora on the floor finishes that out. Magnus struggles on a monkey flip and has to repeat the spot with Loco Max. Magnus tries to give Cancerbero a headscissors, and it's unclear if Cancerbero id something to him or if the move worked. This match, I don't know why it's airing. Magnus end up with a tope con giro on Pólvora. The other rudos accidentally hit each other, and the técnicas finish things up. This is the point where Delta is using La Mística, I see. Not as good.

Match 2: La Sombra, Rush, Toscano vs Mr. Águila, Olímpico ©, Psicosis
Arena Coliseo Guadalajara, 05/03/2011

  1. técnicos

  2. rudos
  3. rudos

Winner: rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 11:39
Rating: eh
Notes: Aguila has blue body paint. Sombra backs him up the aisle. Olímpico dances to back up Sombra up, and also distract him from Psicosis' attack from behind. Well played! Refs are Loco and Samurai.

1: Aguila and Toscano fight near the fans, and one girl screams like he's being chased by man with a knife. She is not. Rush is crotched on the outside post by Psicosis then whipped into the ramp. Five guys loudly chant for Psicosis, who seems mildly confused. Psicosis takes Rush back to the ring. Lots of kicking and punching and boot choking. Sombra tries to boot Olimpico while being boot choked, which is a nice trick. Rush whip Toscano and Rush into each other, then hang them both in Tree of Woes. Meanwhile, Olímpico whips Sombra, and Sombra catches him with a casadora into a small package. Other rudos do not notice, one two three. Olímpico is captain, we're told. Olímpico's partners are not happy with him.

2: Rudos resume control. Psicosis takes Rush back over to his cheering section, soaking it in this time. Toscano and Olímpico do comedy, Aguila seems to fragrently foul Toscano, but it goes nowhere. Rush sidesteps a corner charge and superkicks Aguila to start the comeback. Psicosis whips out Olímpico and gets dropkicked out by Rush, who follows with an uncaught tope. Rudos immediately win, because that's how this match is going. Replays while the fans react to stuff we do not see.

When they're back, far in the corner of the screen, it looks like Psicosis is being held by a fan, and Rush grabs a drink to throw at him – but of course Psicosis ducks and the fan gets soaked. Crowd approves.

3: Rush suplexes Psicosis in front of his fans, which doesn't help. Rush and Psicosis step in the ring after a bit, but then Psicosis runs off. Psicosis is finally talked in to returning, exchanges a couple of chops, and runs off again. Ref blocks Rush's path. Other guys pick up the action, speeding up the action, which Aguila and Sombra working well off each other again. After Toscano sends Olímpico out, Psicosis comes in, and Toscano backs up to tag in Rush. Psicosis is not a fan of that, but stays in. Chop battle own by Psicosis via clothesline. Pose, stomping. Whip, reversed, Psicosis goes under, rolls over, and takes a dropkick out. Rush lands over the rope to yell at him to come back in, then turns into Aguila’s jumping heel kick. Toscano in, charge waved by, and Toscano hits the corner. Aguila kicks him as Toscano walks back out. Corner whip, reversed, Aguila slides out, Toscano slide out after him, camera is totally caught by surprise by Sombra's tope con giro (if that’s what it was). Olímpico gets a dive off the apron on Toscano too. Rush and Psicosis left in. Rush misses a dropkick and get kicked for it. Whip, reversed, Rush scoops Psicosis into back suplex, senton misses! Psicosis grabs the legs, has a little trouble setting it up, but finally gets Rush on his knees. Olímpico rushes in and helps left Rush up – and Rush gives. That was not great.

Lots of replays, and plenty of the rudos taunting the técnicos. Show ended a little early, I guess. Psicosis teases returning to face Rush, but Aguila pulls him back. More replays, and they're done.