CMLL on Fox Sports (Mexico) #368 (08/24/2013) 
Recapped: 08/26/2013

Match 1: Metálico & Sensei vs Nitro & Skándalo
Arena Mexico, 08/16/2013

  1. técnicos
  2. rudos
  3. rudos

Winner: rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 7:15
Rating: ok/good
Notes: Isis is with Skándalo & Nitro. Sensei has a Dragon Lee like staff. Referee is Terror Chino.

1: Usual editing and RadioCMLL commentary for an opener. Seemed to be joined after the first cycle thru for both sets of guys. Metálico rolls Nitro around on the mat and chops him hard. Running tope, dropkick sends Nitro out. Skándalo in, and he and Metálico seem on different pages for the first 30 seconds. Metálico fixes this by hitting, then sliding out and letting Sense take over, which works better. Enziguri, triangular, that's it for him. Metálico lands a top rope tope and hooks a cradle for the fall.

2: Rudos get the advantage with an Isis ankle grab on Metálico. Skándalo knocks Metálico around, and holds him in a camel clutch for Nitro's top rope missile dropkick to the face. Nitro puts one foot on Metálico for the pin. Skándalo shows off with an Espectrina for his finish.

3: Low blow dropkick. This match must be massively edited for that just to be the first one. Metálico starts the comeback with a slip thru the ropes kick to the head. Sensei armdrags Skándalo and pump kicks everyone Skándalo won't put his legs up for the low blow dropkick, so Metálico and Sensei just hit him a few times and then get it in. Nitro fights back with dropkicks, then whips Metálico into the Skándalo Driver. Skándalo spins around a lot before delivering it

Sensei has a nice spinning heel kick to Skandalo's chest, but then immediately gets pulled into ah old by Nitro. It looks like Nitro botched a frontcracker at first, but he meant to let down Sensei between his knees to set up the water spit mecedora.

Now, as usual of late, they normal announcer open. Special guest is Felino, who will be totally biased in the next match.

Match 2: Estrellita, Marcela ©, Silueta vs Amapola ©, Princesa Blanca, Princesa Sugheit
Arena Mexico, 08/16/2013

  1. rudas
  2. técnicas
  3. técnicas

Winner: técnicas (2-1)
Match Time: 11:12
Rating: ok
Notes: Referee is Tigre Hispano

1: Pairs are Estrellita/Sugheit (Sugheit bails early, is forced to come back and continue), Silueta/Amapola (Amapola dropkicks Silueta hard) and Marcela/Blanca. Rudas take over after the last one, helped by Marcela opting to wander around rather than continue attacking, and win quickly.

2: Plenty of hair yanking. Rudas mistime the triple kick on Marcela. Silueta takes Amapola's running sit. Rudas miss a double chop on Marcela to start the comeback, only someone's in the wrong spot or not ready and the rudas have to hit each other by accident a lot more Estrellita sits on the top rope for a while waiting for something, then Silueta climbs up another, but that one looks more like it was well timed than Estrellita. I'm not sure what happened and top rope moves do not look so great. Tencicas instantly win.

3: Everyone takes turn for a series of moves (not just one). The ring microphone goes out at one point, then comes back. Marcela and Amapola are last, Marcela getting a near fall off a missile dropkick, then everyone starts sending everyone else out. Sugheit sunset flips Silueta, técnicas break that up, Blanca clears them out. Estrellita comes back to seemingly fall down while putting a hold on Blanca, but it turns out to be a suspended submission for the win. Amapola puts up her hands to protect herself on Marcela's double stomp, and Marcela slides off her on impact.

Match 3: Máscara Dorada, Místico ©, Valiente vs Averno ©, Ephesto, Mephisto
Arena Mexico, 08/16/2013

  1. Avernos
  2. Estetas
  3. Estetas

Winner: Estetas (2-1)
Match Time: 13:37
Rating: good
Notes: Referee is Bestia Negra. Joined with everyone in the ring.

1: Pairs are Mascara Dorada/Averno, Valiente/Mephisto and Místico/Ephesto, though the last two bled into each other much. Valiente obliterated Ephesto with a big tope. Dorada set sup Mephisto on the top rope, but that fails as usual – Super Devil's Wings while Averno shows off his double powerbomb on a springboard Místico. Valiente is very confused.

2: Rudos take turns nearly unmasking Místico. Ephesto actually spends more time putting it back on since his partners pretty much had it off already. Dorada takes the rebound splash from Ephesto. Rudos slap around Valiente. Místico slips in a headscissors and a tope con giro on Averno to start the comeback, and his partners get the instant pinfall wins.

3: Valiente nearly loses his balance on a double springboard, but keeps it together for a headscissors on Averno. Mistico's tossed to the apron to a headscissors on Ephesto, then springboards back in to headscissors Mephisto out the other way. Dorada pulls off his ramp running springboard headscissors on Averno, and a springboard flip one on Mephisto. Big tope con giro out, Dorada landing on his feet. Valiente slides out on Ephesto and takes his counter tope. Averno and Místico left in, Místico waved into the ropes, back with huracanrana one two NO. Místico torito is broken up by Ephesto. Ephesto gives Místico his shoulderbreaker, but Dorada breaks up his submission with a dropkick and covers. Mephisto kicks Dorada. Dorada reverse springboards into Mephisto's dropkick. Valiente and Mephisto have a miscommunication, then Valiente drops Mephisto with an hover the shoulder chest breaker. Averno breaks it up to complete the cycle. Averno flipped to the apron, fights Valiente off, but Místico attacks. Valiente & Místico, Mephisto and Ephesto all over for the stacked up suplex, with Dorada splashing Averno and everyone kicking out. Ring clears out, with Dorada reverse springboard headscissoring Mephisto out to kick off dives – Dorada tornillo, Valiente special, and back to Averno and Místico being the last two in. Evasion, La Mística, Averno gives.

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