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NWG, Angel keeps his title, Sombra/Terrible, Pierrothito/Dragoncito, Decnnis

NWG (MON) 11/19/2012 Arena Robert Paz [Estrellas del Ring]
***NWG 10th Anniversary Show***
1) Lacandon Jr. b Black Golden, Red Swan, Sangre Fría Jr., Dorado Jr., Príncipe Escorpión, Avispón De Plata, Hijo De Andy Barrow, Rey Nerón, Dark Paymon, Rey Star, Kal-el, Hades, Hyspano, Black Tod, Luxor, Baby Cerratos, Belzebu, Latin Brother [royal rumble]
2) Draego, Mercurio Jr., Niño Hamburguesa b Alex Romano, Crazy King, Príncipe Egipcio
3) La Vaquerita b Keira, La Pantera
4) Reggae Boy b Shyru Dragon Jr., Rey Dinamico [NWG CRUISER]
Shyru Dragon Jr. came in as champion, but Reggae won thet itle.
5) Capitan Cobra, Güero Loco, Makabre, Roberto Paz Jr., Tigre Negro, Tony Rodríguez b Aero Boy, Ciclope, Demente Extreme, Drastik Boy, Eterno, Rudy Santana, X-Fly [Copa Fundadores]
Makabre and Aero Boy were the final survivors, Makabre winning it for the hometeam over the outside alliance
6) Loco Zandokan b Indio Cheroke [hair]
7) Damián 666 b Shyru Dragon [hardcore]
stip was Dragon had to retire from extreme matches if he lost (unclear if Damian agreed to the same.) Eterno & X-Fly ran in to help Damian, locals Luxor, Crazy King, Reggae Boy, Rey Dinámico and Lacandón Jr. (as Clika Rasta) ran in to help Dragon, but then turned on him and joined FdT, causing Dragon to lose. More NWG wrestlers and family members (Tony Rodríguez, Roberto Paz Jr, Draego, Mercurio Jr y Shyru Dragon Jr.) attacked the turncoats after the match, but Damian demanded Dragon live up to the stipulation.

photo by Black Terry Jr.

IWRG (SUN) 11/18/2012 Arena Naucalpan [AYM Sports (via @luchablog), Black Terry Jr. (flickr), The Gladiatores]
1) Dragón Celestial & Epidemia b R-15 & Serpiente de Oro
Straight falls for Epidemia, who earlier won his match Coliseo Coalaco
2) Dinamic Black, Golden Magic, Saruman b Alan Extreme, Imposible, Jack
Tecnicos took falls 1/3, in falls of 7:14, 2:35, and 5:21 (15:10 total). Saruman submitted Alan Extreme in the third. Moved to the second match (maybe a mistake originally?)
3) Carta Brava Jr., Eita, Oficial Fierro b Cerebro Negro, Dr. Cerebro, Trauma II
straight falls (8:17, 7:07), with the Cerebros having problems in the end. Cerbero Negro told the fans he didn’t want their support.
4) Hijo de Pirata Morgan & Trauma I b Relámpago & Veneno and Fresero Jr. & Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 and Cien Caras Jr. & Oficial AK47 [#1 Contenders, Rey del Ring, seeding battle royal]
Pirata & Trauma submitted Cien Caras Jr. together last.
5) Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 b Relámpago [Rey del Ring, #1 Contenders, quarterfinal]
Mascara won in 5:31 of a bad match.
6) Fresero Jr. b Veneno [Rey del Ring, #1 Contenders, quarterfinal]
Fresero Jr. replaced Canis Lupus. A lot of action, and Veneno won in 2:53.
7) Oficial AK47 b Cien Caras Jr. [Rey del Ring, #1 Contenders, quarterfinal]
Cien win in 2:01 via suplex into a powerbomb.
8) Trauma I b Hijo de Pirata Morgan [Rey del Ring, #1 Contenders, quarterfinal]
Brawl. Trauma I had Pirata set up for his favorite hold, but was a bit too slow applying it and Pirata reversed it to a kneebar of his own for the win. 5:12.
9) Veneno b Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 [Rey del Ring, #1 Contenders, semifinal]
Veneno won with a casita in 2:13.
10) Cien Caras Jr. b Hijo de Pirata Morgan [Rey del Ring, #1 Contenders, semifinal]
Cien advanced when Hijo de Mascara hit Pirata with a chair from outside. 5:34.
11) Veneno b Cien Caras Jr. [#1 Contenders, Rey del Ring, final]
Cien Caras Jr. won in 4:55 via chokeslam.
12) el Ángel DCOR Oficial 911 [IWRG IC WELTER]
Seconds were Hijo de Pirata and Cien Caras Jr. 911 wasn’t a fan of that idea, complaining that Fierro wasn’t allowed by the commission to be his second and threatening to walk out. He returned when he was about to be counted out. Oficial took the first fall, Angel tried to win the second fall by Code Red but it was botched and Cien yanked his mask off anyway for the DQ. Angel dived onto 911 in the third. 911 wasn’t going to make it back in time, but Angel was pulled back by Cien for the DCOR. Angel keeps his title anyway. Everyone challenged everyone after the match. Falls were 8:05, 3:21, 6:48. Everyone finally attacked 911.

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CMLL (MON) 11/19/2012 Arena Puebla [CMLL]
1) Asturiano & Tigre Rojo Jr. b Espiritu Maligno & Siki Ozama Jr.
2) Apocalipsis, Artillero, Súper Comando b Bengala, Génesis, Super Halcón Jr.
Rudos took 2/3, Super Comando pinning Super Halcon
3) Magnus b Inquisidor [lightning]
Magnus beat Inquisidor in 9:42.
4) Astral, Fantasy, Último Dragoncito b Demus 3:16, Pequeño Warrior, Pierrothito
Astral is back in action. Demus made it clear he wanted the DF minis title back. Tecnicos, led by Dragoncito, took falls 2/3. Dragoncito pinned Pierrothito in the third, and issued a challenge for the Mexican lightweight championship. Pierrothito refused.
5) Stuka Jr., Super Porky, Valiente b Kráneo, Mr. Águila, Olímpico
Porky and Kraneo swapped all three falls. Tecnicos took 2/3.
6) Atlantis, La Máscara, La Sombra DQ Mr. Niebla, Negro Casas, Terrible
Niebla’s latest return. Straight falls, Terrible pulling Sombra’s mask in the second. Sombra challenged Terrible to a title match, which Terrible ignored.

Pierrothito/Dragoncito seems a couple weeks away from happening here. That same match happens to lead off Pro Wrestling Revolution’s TV show, which debuts 12/08 on a California Azteca America affiliate.

Decnnis says he would’ve liked to unmask Octagon and challenge Mesias for the Heavyweight championship, but he’s leaving with his head held high. Decnnis says he’s putting himself in God’s hands right now and is spending more time with his family and working on promoting shows at his gym.

Dr. Wagner Jr. missed this Sunday’s show in Ciudad Juarez due to a family emergency. The family emergency was ‘he was also booked on the Fusion taping and worked that instead.’ If Dr. Wagner Jr. was really in such a hurry to leave AAA, he probably would’ve worked the indy show instead. That link says “Hundreds of people went to the show”, this link says 6000. Both of those are quantities.

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11/20 NJPW: Hirooki Goto, Karl Anderson [O], Jushin Liger, KUSHIDA b Rush, Diamante Azul, Tiger Mask, Bushi [X]

One night in, and Diamante Azul is pictured yelling and pointing at Karl Anderson with four guys holding him back, and Anderson isn’t even in his block. A fine start for Team Rage. They face Tenzan & Kojima, which sounds troubling for Tenzan (bad neck), and possible an Azul & Rush shock win to get off the usual CMLL start.

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CMLL (MON) 11/26/2012 Arena Puebla
1) Dinámikoo & Lestat vs Blue Center & Centauro de Fuego
2) Hombre Bala Jr., Pegasso, Stigma vs Bobby Zavala, Disturbio, Hooligan
3) Astral, Fantasy, Último Dragoncito vs Demus 3:16, Pequeño Warrior, Pierrothito
4) Rey Cometa vs Puma King [lightning]
5) Blue Panther, Máscara Dorada, Shocker vs Euforia, Mr. Águila, Mr. Niebla
6) La Sombra vs Terrible

Sombra vs Terrible sounds like a interesting new match. Cometa vs Puma is not new, still great.

1 or 2 weeks from Dragoncito vs Pierrothito, which should be great. This is not bad in the meantime.

IWRG (THU) 11/22/2012 Arena Naucalpan
1) Seiya vs Súper Black
2) Dinamic Black & Galaxy vs Fulgore & Yack
3) Dr. Cerebro, Freyser, Relámpago vs Carta Brava Jr., Eita, Rayan
4) Solar I, Super Astro, Ultraman vs Black Terry, Negro Navarro, Pirata Morgan
5) Canis Lupus, Damián 666, Eterno vs el Ángel, Pantera, Veneno

Random legends match in the semimain. Fulgore, Galaxy and Super Black (listed as “Zuper Black” but no) all making their first regular show appearance in a while. Canis Lupus may or may not show up after missing Sunday’s show.

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11/11 IWRG AYM TV Results – Cerebro Negro new WWS Welterweight Champion

IWRG (SUN) 11/11/2012 Arena Naucalpan [IWRG, The Gladiatores]
1) Araña de Plata & Epidemia b Dragón Celestial & Serpiente de Oro
Serpiente de Oro turned on his partner.
2) Alan Extreme & Eita b Cerebro Negro & Dinamic Black and Dr. Cerebro & Relámpago and Carta Brava Jr. & Golden Magic [seeding battle royal, WWS WELTER]
Canis Lupus was originally listed in the tournament, but replaced by Eita. Eita was making his return from Japan. Usual seeding battle royal – no actual teams, but duos bunched together after elimination.
3) Carta Brava Jr. b Golden Magic [WWS WELTER, quarterfinal]
4) Dr. Cerebro b Relámpago [WWS WELTER, quarterfinal]
5) Cerebro Negro b Dinamic Black [WWS WELTER, quarterfinal]
6) Eita b Alan Extreme [WWS WELTER, quarterfinal]
7) Dr. Cerebro b Carta Brava Jr. [WWS WELTER, semifinal]
Dr. Cerbero beat Carta Brava Jr. with a Cerebrina.
8) Cerebro Negro b Eita [WWS WELTER, semifinal]
Cerbero Negro won with a back suplex.
9) Cerebro Negro b Dr. Cerebro [WWS WELTER, final]
Cerbero Negro gave Dr. Cerbero his own Cerebina, Dr. Cerbero appeared to kick out, the referee counted three again. Fans were unhappy and wanted a rematch.
10) Canis Lupus, Oficial AK47, Oficial Fierro b La Cobra, Trauma II, Veneno
Canis Lupus moved up to this match, replacing Hijo del Solitario (who did no-showed the previous Sunday’s show.) It’s the character’s first match in months, and The Gladitores says it’s a new one. Fierro replaced Toxico. Rudos won, taking falls 1/3.11) Bestia 666, Damián 666, Oficial 911 b el Ángel, Pantera, Trauma I
Originally announced as an atomicos, proceeded without Factor & Hijo de Pirata. Rudos took 1/3. 911 and Angel feuded heavily, 911 pinning Angel with a Styles Clash for the win. Angel & 911 agreed to a deal – Angel will give 911 a shot at his Middleweight title, but 911 must agree to a mask vs mask should he lose.

(results corrected at 11pm)

Show will, cross your fingers, air tonight on AYM Sports.

Looks like this is the beginning of a new Cerebro/Cerebro story. Which makes up for the Angel one which didn’t go anywhere. (Maybe Elisa will get to the bottom of it!) 911 vs Angel sounds fun too, and Canis vs Cobra has potential to be a quicky mask match.

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Monterrey, IWRG mask match, Octagon

indy (TUE) 12/01 Arena Coliseo Monterrey [RFC]
1) Lover Boy & Sangre Negra b Infinito & Solovino
2) Aguila Extrema & Gato Fantasma b Bello Rubi & Gemelo Muerte I
3) Bengali, Difunto I, Difunto II b Furor, Lover Boy, Mongol Chino
4) Hijo del Ninja, Potro Jr., Silver Star b Pierko el Boricua, Sergio Romo Jr., Zumbido
5) Ángel Dorado & Koko Viper b Angel Night & Sky [Relevos Increíbles, hair, mask]

Angel Night lost his mask, no name. Sky lost his hair.

The big story of the day is the Bushi vs Oficial 911 mask match in IWRG tonight, which may tell you all you need to know about the day.

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This is pretty close to a 50/50 deal. On the surface, it fits the same form of Rudo Home Team vs Evil Foreigners match CMLL is running tomorrow, but IWRG has often had it’s home team lose when it’s not expected (this may be why there are no stars in IWRG, but that’s another post.) People get masks to promote them in CMLL, and they get masks to lose them dramaticlly in IWRG. Plus, while I still figure Bushi will lose his mask before he goes back home, IWRG runs mask and hair matches more frequently than CMLL; he could have a chance to lose it next week for all we know.

In it’s preview of the match, SuperLuchas touches on the Cerebro Terrible’s title change to Poder Mexica, and says esperemos que regrese el convenio entre ambas empresas y que esta lucah pudiera ocurrir. It’s “expected” that CMLL and IWRG will resume their deal? This seems like news, but it’s passed off like I should’ve known this already.

The Gladiatores should have live coverage on their radio channel.

Octagon tells TelevisaDeportes that he’d like to be as big a legend as El Santo. It’s good to have dreams. To accomplish this, Octagon thinks he needs to be in more movies, but they can’t be movies like Santo was in because no one took them seriously. And yet, he’s still famous. Odd. Also, what serious movie is Octagon going to be in?

News of a Guerreros del Atlantida breakup is Atlantis. Maybe he and Ultimo Guerrero should talk, one of these days. Or maybe UG and CMLL should talk about what storylines they want to get out publicly. Atlantis figures he’ll be on top, as a tecnico or a rudo, so isn’t much worried about it.

Cesar has a recap of Tuesday’s Arena Mexico show.

All you need to know about Blue Demon in one quote: he tells Notimex he thinks he’s making progress in the US because he was ranked #6 in Pro Wrestling Illustrated, “higher than some WWE wrestlers.” Not saying people aren’t willing to buy into it. Also, Perro Jr.’s not getting a title shot at the NWA Heavyweight Title because he’s only a middleweight, but he’d take a mask vs hair match. Demon notes he doesn’t actually like his teammates (Groon, Demon) for the Perros Arena Neza anniversary show, but dislikes his opponents more.

LuchandoLibre says Arena Isabel de Cuernavaca has changed ownership and this month is the last month of shows before it’s torn down. This seems to be the second time this news has gone around this year (the first time was months ago), but maybe there was just a delay in changing ownership over. Not sure where/if CMLL will run monthly shows in Cuernavaca.

DJ Spectro reposts a Box Y Lucha article about the continuing Which Coco Rojo is the legal owner of the name? This’ll never be settled.

LuchaWorld has KrisZ’s news update.

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