CMLL on CadenaTres #310 (11/09/2013) 
Recapped: 11/12/2013

4 announcers preview the show.

Match 1: Bengala & Camaleón vs Cholo & Espanto Jr.
Arena Mexico, 11/05/2013

  1. rudos

  2. técnicos

  3. técnicos

Winner: técnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 11:01
Rating: ok
Notes: Referee is Pompin.

1: Pairs are Bengala/Cholo and Camaleón/Espanto. Camaleon's outfit is very bright and eye catching. Standard mat working leading into events breaking down the second time thru. Espanto nails Bengal with a big forearms to turns the tables, and the rudos soon submit the técnicos.

2: Rudos work over the técnicos at the same time. Espanto gets in a low blow legdrop on Camaleón, but somehow only gets 1. Or maybe he gave up the pin? Not clear. Espanto falls down and rolls out a missed Bengala back elbow. Everyone is confused. Cholo masterfully points away from Bengala to set up a back elbow. Cholo sends Bengala into kicks, flapjacks him himself, and adds a legdrop to the back of the head. Camaleón boost dropkicks into a comeback. A couple dropkicks to Cholo sends him out. Bengala quebradoras Espanto to set up a satellite armbar.

3: Camaleón shows off some armdrags with Espanto Jr., and slaps him into the corner. Bengala does usual things with Cholo. Espanto manages to dump Camaleón off the apron with a chop, then trips up Bengala and elbow drops him. Espanto slows it down with a chop in the corner. Espanto kicks Bengala out of the way on a corner whip, but his casadora is blocked and help up for a nice Camaleón front cracker. That's one pinfall, and Bengala struggles to tie up Cholo for the other one. His first hold fails, so Bengala improvises a chinlock to finish it (to boos.)

Match 2: Oro Jr., Pegasso, Soberano Jr. vs Arkángel de la Muerte, Hooligan, Nitro
Arena Mexico, 11/05/2013

  1. técnicos

  2. rudos

  3. rudos

Winner: rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 17:02
Rating: good
Notes: Referee is Tirantes. Isis is with the rudos.

1: Pairs are Soberano/Nitro, Oro/Hooligan, Pegasso/Arkangel. Oro and Hooligan look over when Hooligan knocks Oro over with a chop and messes with him more. Hooligan teases a standing moonsault (!) only to be cradled for a near fall. Both get up, and Hooligan drops Oro with a chop again. Crowd is annoyed at the bully. Whip sets up a slow flipping run, then Oro kipping under a chop and reverse springboarding to set up a headscissors. Oro rolls at Hooligan until he decides to tag out. Pegasso and Arkangel involves lots of shoving. Pegasso clotheslines Arkangel in the corner twice, turns around to celebrate, and gets clotheslined twice. This is not the finish, some how. Arkangel puts Pegasso on the turnbuckle, climbs up on the middle rope, chops Pegasso a few times, Pegasso ducks and headscissors Arkangel out. That is the finish, which is close enough. Nitro chops Pegasso out, Oro flying armdrags him out, and goes for his moonsault to the floor – and actually does t! DIVE RULE. Hooligan is tripped into the ropes to set up Soberano's moonsault to finish things.

2: Oro is still very weak against chops, as Nitro demonstrates. Oro comes back with a headscissors and a springboard tornillo armdrag. Nitro fights him on the floor, and Oro pulls off an apron push off version of Virus' armdrag. Soberano dive rolls to the ramp and rebound armdrags Hooligan there. Pegasso chops and headbutts Arkangel, then sunset flips him for a near fall, but Nitro breaks that up with a dropkick. Spinebuster and tag to Hooligan who keeps Pegasso in. Backdrop, dropkick, and Pegasso is allowed to roll out. Rudos have taken over. Oro rallies to set Hooligan on the top rope, but the other rudos sneak in behind him and back elbow him down. Rudos feed Oro up to Hooligan, almost missing their aim completely, and Hooligan crushed Oro Jr. with a giant Hooligan Crash. Tirantes wont' count because Hooligan is too close to the ropes, but it doesn't matter, Oro's done soon enough. Soberano swings, misses and is finished by Arkangel's reverse escuedo.

3: Nitro throws Pegasso up the ramp, close enough to the edecan to amuse the announcers. Soberano takes the low blow elbow drop and is thrown out for a big bump. Low blow elbow drop on Pegasso. Nitro clotheslines Oro Jr. hard for a ear fall, then powerbombs him hard before tagging his friends. Oro takes a hiptoss to the stage, taking Hooligan attention. Soberano dropkicks Nitro, but Arkangel clothesline Soberano around. Corner whip backfires, Soberano runs up the corner and headscissoring Hooligan on the ramp. Oro dropkicks Arkangel, Nitro shoves Oro out, Pegasso headscissors Nitro out and slides out after him. Soberano is pacing back and forth on the top of the ramp for some reason. Pegasso chases Nitro to the ramp, which blocks Soberano's path from whatever he wants to do. Pegasso leaves, Nitro moves, Soberano dive rolls back in, then gets tossed right back out to Hooligan. Hooligan Crash on the ramp! Arkangel pescado on Oro Jr! This thing has turned. Nitro powerbomb on Pegasso, one two three.

Match 3: Estrellita, Goya Kong, Marcela vs Amapola, La Comandante, Tiffany
Arena Mexico, 11/05/2013

  1. técnicas

  2. técnicas

Winner: técnicas (2-0)
Match Time: 10:51
Rating: ok
Notes: Referee is Tigre Hispano. Técnicos have a weirdly intense huddle before the match. Estrellita has an American Football outfit.

1: Pairs are Marcela/Comandante, Estrellita/Amapola, and Goya/Tiffany. Marcela outmaneuvers Comandante at every turn, escaping her big splash and headscissoring her a few times. Amapola and Estrellita doesn’t last long and includes much dancing. Goya also dances, and unzips her outfit to chop her. Tiffany stops the match to rezip, and takes over after a missed elbow drop. Goya flattens Tiffany on a whip with a plancha, Marcela backbreakers Amapola and Goya sentons Tiffany for the other pin. Marcela rolls up Comandante for the other pin.

2: Estrellita dances, rudas throw her around by her hair, and that's just all they need to start the beatdown. Marcela takes quite a beating – corner clothesline and bulldog from Tiffany, giant swing by Comandante. Goya is crushed in the corner by Tiffany, but double clothesline s the rudas to start the surprising comeback. Estrellita dives off the apron to plancha Comandante, Goya does the same (at a slow speed) with Tiffany and Marcela pulls of the Pegasso headscissors into an inside cradle for two. Marcela argues the count, almost gets caught in the Devil's Wings, but escapes. Amapola throws Marcela by the hair and stomps her until Tiger Hispano steps in. Amapola lightly brushes him for the DQ.

Stellar Moments

La Llave: Raziel modified tapatía on Soberano

El Tecnico: Angel de Oro mercedora on averno

Lo Sensacional: Brillo Cometa on Averno

El Lance: Thunder tope con giro Euforia

El Triunfo: Volador Jr. backcracker on Místico.

Match 5: Máximo, Super Porky, Thunder vs Averno, Ephesto, Shigeo Okumura
Arena Mexico, 11/05/2013

  1. rudos

  2. técnicos

  3. técnicos

Winner: técnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 15:48
Rating: below average/ok
Notes: Referee is Tirantes.

1: Highlight of first fall is Porky trying imitate Averno's walk. Crowd enjoys it, Averno does not. Rudos have little time for Porky's silliness and attack everyone. Rudos spinebuster Porky, Porky tries to leave, Okumura stops him and talks to him, then lands a senton for the pin. That seemed to catches everyone by surprise. Averno drops Maxim on his face and poses on top while getting his arm raised.

2: Rudos mess with Thunder's mask and generally mess with Porky. Máximo tries to double clothesline the rudos after a missed double chop, but they just no sell it and knock them down. Thunder is supposed to follow with his own effective double clothesline, but Thunder still hasn't learned to run thru the move and it looks bad. Okumura runs into a sunset flip on Porky, and a sit I enough for him. Thunder forgets to pull Ephesto away from the pin until it's late enough too look very awkward.

3: Showcases go Máximo, Thunder, Porky. Averno parts are the best parts, though he's responsible for the match continuing by breaking up pins. Porky does his plancha onto the lesser parts. Máximo and Averno end up in a the end, and the kiss cradle finishes it.

Match 6: Máscara Dorada, Mistico, Titán vs Mr. Águila, Mr. Niebla, Namajague
Arena Mexico, 11/05/2013

  1. rudos

  2. técnicos

  3. técnicos

Winner: técnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 10:59
Rating: ok/good
Notes: Only match on the show with entrances. Titan just has a robe this week, though his mask is different – different pattern and raised edges, maybe? Namajague was correctly announced in the pre-match and opening teasers, so either they retaped them after or they new of the sub before the show. (Again.) Mije is with Aguila. Zacarias is with Niebla. Referee is Tigre Hispano.

1: Namajague and Titan are having a normal opening, when Niebla runs past them and slaps Místico off the apron. Beatdown from there. Mije lands the low blow headbutt on Dorada. Niebla throws Místico around outside while the other two técnicos are run into each other inside. Niebla goes for Mistico's mask. Zacarias connects on the 619 to Dorada. Niebla splashes Místico for the win.

2: Niebla bullies the técnicos around, including sending Místico right back out when he comes in (because he comes in far too soon.) Titan is attacked while/for posing to the crowd, but comes back with a jumping side kick to Aguila. Niebla slaps him down, Místico headscissors him, Namajague back elbows him, Dorada gets Namajague with the floating headscissors to complete the run, then topes him in the chest. Aguila misses a dropkick and hits the middle rope by mistake, then slides out so he can take Titan's rope flip moonsault. Mistica on Niebla is one of the smoothest ones in a while.

Titan threatens to throw Namajague into the crowd before pulling him back. Místico gets in his stage dive on Aguila, almost missed by the camera.

3: Namajague wins a chop fight via a eye poke, but Titan comes back to headscissors him around. Counters include Namajague doing the splits and Titan doing the handwalk into a headscissors. Dorada shows off springboard headscissors with Aguila, then pulls of his corner evade beat with Niebla. Namajague and Místico meet for the first time in a while, with a sad lack off martial arts. Místico catches a kick and lands elbows Namajague repeatedly in the leg, then flips, evades and hiptosses Namajague. Niebla boost Místico in a headscissors on Aguila, and Aguila really has to make it work because of the poor height on the boost. Niebla knocks down Místico, does his dance, catches the spit, and misses a corner charges. Místico headscissors Niebla out, waits for him to get in position, and carefully moonsaults Niebla on the floor. Brillo Dorada is nearly totally missed, and Titan's tope con giro only gets sort of caught. Místico and Niebla back in, Místico huracanrana, Niebla pulls his mask while being pinned, and ref calls it for the DQ. Aguila tries to stop the hand from being raised, but hat doesn’t work.

Rudos keep the Místico mask. Niebla tries to put it on Namajague, but it doesn't quite fit. Místico gets his mask back so the técnicos can pose. They do catch the dives on replay.