Mercurio & Pequeño Violencia beat Acero & Aéreo
(14:02 [5:16, 2:53, 5:53], 2/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Eléctrico, Magnus, Oro Jr. beat Grako, Inquisidor, Nitro
(11:56 [5:32, 2:37, 3:47], 2/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Dark Magic, Misterioso, Sagrado beat Blue Panther Jr., Pegasso, Stigma
(14:17 [6:45, 3:04, 4:28], 1/3, n/r, VideosOficialesCMLL)
Templario beat Drone, Rey Cometa, Kawato San, Príncipe Diamante, Akuma, Black Panther, Hijo del Signo, Star Jr., Virus, Esfinge, Disturbio in a CMLL’s Reyes del Aire
(23:22, great, VideosOficialesCMLL)
- 09:22 Drone rope flip moonsault Akuma
- 10:50 Disturbio front backbreaker Principe Diamante
- 11:55 Black Panther springboard dropkick Hijo del Signo
- 12:34 Kawato knee neck breaker Drone
- 14:05 Virus octopus cradle Black Panther
- 14:46 Rey Cometa 450 splash Kawato San
- 15:18 Templario spinning powerbomb Rey Cometa
- 16:15 Esfinge nudo egipico Disturbio
- 18:03 Templario ramp cartwheel splash Esfinge
- 19:16 Star Jr. Valenca Virus
- 23:22 Templario moonsault powerslam Star Jr.
Místico beat Mephisto
(15:51, 1 DQ/2, good VideosOficialesCMLL
- DQ Mephisto [pulled Mistico’s mask] (3:55)
- Místico top rope headscissors (11:56)
Rey del Aires is tecnicos versus rudos.
A new ring announcer debuted. Jesus is from Guadalajara and his last name may be something like Escara, but I’m not sure. He replaces Enrique Gil, who retired in December.
Místico made mask match gestures after the main event.
Tuesdays are an alternate world of CMLL, where the fans are eager to cheer Místico against the forces of evil. There were more Mistico chants in this match than most years of Friday shows. Mephisto played his part by being cruel early on; the mask pull right when Mistico made a comeback worked with it. Mephisto also expanded what he did a little bit, though someone might want to notice the “surprise” Canadian Destroyer got no reaction. The unexpected two fall structure helped, though it was hard to ignore it was happening when the second fall was more ten minutes old. It didn’t overstay their welcome; getting out when they did instead of doing more just to do more was the right call. A perfectly satisfying main event.
The Rey del Aire was a lot better in the ring than on paper. Templario and Star Jr. got showcased big, and they were good picks for the role. They had a strong last four minutes, with the crowd really buying into the Dragon Rana/Torito near fall. The pace was strong there and all match, with the match never really letting up after it got going. The rudos who didn’t fit, like Akuma & Signo, threw themselves into topes and stayed out of the way until getting eliminated. Panther threw a lot of topes, though one less than the announcers thought. He’s learned from his father to do things that stand out even and to keep getting reactions even when he’s not in the plans (and going on fifth meant he was really not in the plans here.) This held together well with no problems or dead moments. There’s been better Reyes del Aire but it was better than it had seemed.