Eléctrico, Shockercito, Stukita beat Mercurio, Pequeño Nitro, Pequeño Violencia
(16:49 [7:22, 3:46, 5:41], 2/3, ok, via thecubsfan)
Estrellita, Marcela, Princesa Sugehit beat Amapola, Dalys, Zeuxis
(11:41 [5:14, 2:22, 4:05], 2/3 DQ, ok, via thecubsfan)
Vangellys beat Pierroth in a lightning match
(5:17, inside cradle w/ropes, below average, via thecubsfan)
Ángel de Oro, Dragón Lee, Niebla Roja beat Gran Guerrero, Negro Casas, Rey Bucanero
(11:09 [0:58, 4:45, 5:26], 1/3, ok, via thecubsfan)
Diamante Azul, Marco Corleone, Volador Jr. beat Cavernario, Euforia, Rush in a relevos increíbles match
(8:07 [3:06, 5:01], 1 DQ/2, below average, thecubsfan)
Diamante Azul returned from another trip to France to get his mask destroyed in the first fall. When he finally got a new one, his comeback led to an almost instant win for his team, with Rush pinning Azul.
Angel de Oro pinned Gran Guerrero cleanly as they feuded all match.
Vangellys used the ropes to beat Pierroth, then challenged him to a hair match. He got a response from Rush, sneaking in behind to club Vangellys. The Munoz family destroyed Vangellys while accepting his challenge.
Dalys tried to distract referee Edgar long enough for Zeuxis to toss her mask to Princesa Sugehit. Dalys didn’t do her part long enough, and Edgar turned around in plenty of time to watch Zeuxis commit the deed. Edgar considered giving the match to the rudas for the briefest of moments before raising Sugehit’s arm.
Estrellita had a shoulder brace on, which probably explains why she started missing matches after this show.
This was a marked step down from previous shows. None of the matches were particular good and some were just not good. The matches around the feuds didn’t come off as strong as usual.
The main event was derailed by Rush doing too good for a job destroying Diamante Azul’s mask. Everyone pretty much stopped until he could find a new one, and then the match went about 20 seconds after he came back. That was no good. The match was no good.
Both the semimain and the women’s match pushed those feuds fine, but there was not a lot to the matches. The finish in the women’s match came off as it was messed up and Edgar was left to DQ Zeuxis when that wasn’t the finish, but also that didn’t matter at all. The semimain had Angel de Oro & Niebla Roja showing off a lot of tag team moves for a team that’s not booked as a 2v2 team. It probably should be a tag feud against Gran Guerrero & Último Guerrero, but that requires the promotion to have tag team titles.
Vangellys & Pierroth was predictably poor in outcome, though I was mildly surprised how they got there. Sons modeling their wrestling styles after their fathers is normal, but I can’t recall a father trying to be a fourth rate clone of his son like Pierroth did here. He’s not very good at it, completely lacking the charisma that makes it work for Rush, and it left a match where neither man was doing much. Pierroth wasn’t going to do much than brawl, and it came off as if they weren’t trusting Vangellys to do any moves to him. The one thing Pierroth could do was his big second rope senton, so of course Vangellys barely sold it and went right to the finish after it. I can not believe someone thinks it’s a good idea to do a longer version of this match.
The minis match got good in the third fall and Stukita’s established enough that the fans pick up the moment he gets in the ring. They could do more with him, but they won’t, so it didn’t feel like it mattered much.