Diamond & Principe Daniel beat Cholo & Difunto
(12:59 [5:35, 3:40, 3:44], 1/3, ok)
Princesa Sugehit, Silueta, Stephanie Vaquer beat Amapola, La Infernal, La Metálica
(14:42 [8:10, 2:56, 3:36], 1/3, ok)
Hechicero, Luciferno, Rey Bucanero beat Audaz, Rey Cometa, Soberano Jr.
(14:59 [6:44, 3:45, 4:30], 2/3, ok)
Titán beat Pólvora in a lightning match
(9:46, double stomp, good)
Atlantis Jr. & Flyer beat Hijo del Villano III & Templario for the Mexican National Tag Team final
(23:19 [8:07, 2:16, 12:56], 1/3, ok)
Felino, Negro Casas, Volador Jr. beat Carístico, Cavernario, Diamante Azul in a relevos increíbles match
(9:08 [2:08, 7:00], 1/2, ok)
Felino beat Cavernario in straight falls and said he’d win next week’s hair match.
Atlantis Jr. & Flyer won the national tag team championships in a tournament final.
Fans were given hand sanitizer upon entering the building (which seemed to be the case at all sporting events.) Attendees going in the garage entrance had their temperature checked as well. This did not appear to be the case for all the entrances.
The main event was another quick match, with the only purpose of Felino getting the win to show he’s going to win next week (and telegraph he won’t.) They tried for the eight minutes they had, but it was just a few highspots and out. It had a lot of action and go where it needed to go quick.
The moment seemed too big for the four guys in the tag title match. Atlantis Jr. forgot to move out of the way of a partner hits teammate by mistake spot in the second fall (and somehow Villano III was the one who knew what to do.) Templario and Villano III did a weird set up for a Villano III dive. Flyer looked done with half the third fall left. They tried hard and the crowd got into it, but they also looked less impressive than most everyone in the two prior matches. Atlantis Jr. has enough big spots to impress and the first fall was solid mat work, but this title match felt like a reduction of CMLL big match standards.
Polvora knocked Titan out of the sky early in their match, and it set up a great comeback from a lower leg injury story. Too great, because it seemed like the doctor bought it as well and slowed down the match to check on him. Titan fought back, did some cool double stomps, and survived a Super Polvora Driver to win. He’s 2020 skill pickup is dramatic injury selling and he got it over with the crowd here again. Polvora worked with more aggression than in normal trios matches and they made the most out of it.
Rey Bucanero nailed the frontcracker off Hechicero’s reverse monkey flip and not a lot else. He had trouble basing and got completely lost with Soberano at the end of the first fall of the tercera. It distracted from what was a hot match otherwise, with the crowd getting into the usual tecnico high spots. Hechicero tried to be a one-man guy keeping it together and Lucifierno was fine, but it didn’t totally come together.
Stephanie Vaquer tried a lot we don’t normally see in women’s match – she did the grab your heel escape from a hammerlock of all things – and stood out more impressively in that match that she had before. La Infernal stood out too, as she got badly lost in the third fall. The women’s match was otherwise nothing special though Sugehit did get a clean win leading into her title match.
Difunto & Principe Diamante got for Guadalajara wrestlers to be on a Friday Arena Mexico show. They seemed fired up for it, Daniel showing a lot of fire and Difunto trying to take big bumps. Difunto seemed more main roster ready (whatever that means at this point), and they both had stronger nights than the regular CMLL guys. Diamond doing Santo spots and messing up others is getting him nowhere.