CMLL Puebla: 2015-12-28

CMLL Internet Exclusives: 2015-12-28
Recapped: 12/28/2015

What happened: Policeman lost his hair to local hero Stigma. The oddball team of Ripper, Kraneo and Mephisto beat the Sky Team to earn a trios title match (probably next week.) La Mascara defeated Negro Casas in a single match. Arena Puebla appeared to be filled to capacity for the show.

What was good: Pretty much everything. Avoid the segunda and the cage match is a cage match, but the other stuff was perfectly entertaining.

Where can I watch it: It’s up on CMLL’s channel.


AAA on Televisa: 2015-12-05

Aereo de Juarez

Recapped: 12/23/2015

What happened: Pirata beat Electroshock via totally seen foul. Garza got a win. Zorro was sad about losing.

What was good: There were a few good moments, but no strong matches. This is a skipable show unless you want the novelty of seeing the Juarez guys on an AAA show.

Where can I watch it: It’s on my channel and AAA’s channel. (more…)

CMLL Infierno en el Ring: 2015-12-25 


Recapped: 12/25/2015

What happened: Super Comando lost his mask to the Panther in the final of the Infierno en el Ring cage match. Puma, who had be feuding with both, was one of the first to escape. Raziel was the other member of the final three instead. Super Comando is Gusatvo Torres Ramirez, 34 years old, 17 years a wrestler from Neza.

Super Parka and Negro Casas and Kamaitachi and Maximo signed hair versus hair contracts for next week. (Despite being announced yesterday, this was somewhat treated like a surprise announcement.)

The iPPV failed, with only a couple of people able to see the first hour of the show. At nearly exactly an hour in, CMLL switched to playing the feed over YouTube, on a stream that was free to any who had the link. CMLL blamed cleeng, cleeng seems to be unaware of what was going on. It’s unclear if refunds will be offered at this point. Anyone considering buying next week’s iPPV should be aware of this situation and act appropriately. 

What was good: Nothing especially. Cage match was a cage match (and the singles match at the end was fine, but nothing special.) The one match we got to see was a quick all star match that was just OK.

Where can I watch it: The main matches will air on Lucha Azteca in three weeks.

No recaps for the first three matches. (more…)

2015 watch later catch up, part 10 of ∞

turtle destruction

Matches in this post

  • Golden Magic © vs Trauma II for the IWRG Junior de Juniors Championship
    Arena Naucalpan, 10/11/2015
  • Carístico & Volador Jr. vs La Máscara & Rush
    Arena México, 10/25/2015 
  • Alas de Acero, Aramis, Black Drago, Dragón Fly, Hijo del Alebrije, Kanon, Látigo, Power Bull vs Ángel Dorado, Ángel Dorado Jr.,Cruz Del Silencio, Emperador Sayri, Hades, Obituary, René Rocks, Toro Machine [Copa Higher Power]
    Arena Naucalpan, 10/28/2015 
  • Leo, Mike, Rafy vs Centvrión, Fly Warrior, Látigo
    Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 11/07/2015 
  • Aramis, Fly Star, Toxin vs Magnífico I, Magnífico II, Templario
    Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 11/07/2015 
  • Carístico vs Ángel de OroCavernarioHechicero
    Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 11/07/2015 


AAA on Televisa: 2015-11-28 


Recapped: 12/16-17/2015

What happened: This show took it’s toll on people. Johnny Mundo bloodied Rey Misterio in the main event, then beat him with a foul. An Australian Suicide and Daga post match brawl left Daga with a black eye.

What was good: Everything! You really want to see the middle trios match, but this was a real good show of wrestling matches.

Where can I watch it: It’s on my channel, but go watch AAA’s HD version instead. (This is Xalapa week 2.)


2015 watch later catch up, part 9 of ∞

giant spinning DDT, and one more SSP

Matches reviews this time

  • Fénix, Hijo del Fantasma, Pentagón Jr. vs Flamita, Hijo del Fishman, Sky Man
    Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 01/01/2015 

  • Centvrión, Fly Warrior, Látigo vs Magnífico I, Magnífico II, Metaleón
    Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 10/03/2015 

  • Último Guerrero vs Black Terry
    Deportivo 18 de Marzo, Gustavo a Madero, Distrito Federal, 07/18/2015 

  • Keira vs Marcela
    Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 10/17/2015 

  • Rayo Star & Sky Man vs Astral & Stukita
    Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 10/17/2015

  • Hechicero (CMLL) vs Trauma I
    Arena San Juan Pantitlan, Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Estado de México, 10/17/2015 

The first three are from Black Terry Jr.’s handheld videos. You can find his full list of matches here and find out information about purchasing those videos on his site.


CMLL on 2015-12-18

Triton rope climb moonsault

CMLL on 2015-12-18
Recapped: 12/18/2015

What happened: Puma won the cage match preview cibernetico, defeating Triton to be the ultimate winner. Puma and Super Comando did not get along during the match, fighting after some friendly fire attacks, and Puma directly caused Super Comando to be eliminated. Both feuded with the Panther as well.

The other feuds were left in exactly the same position as last week. Maximo and Kamaitachi are feuding, Super Parka and Negro Casas are feuding, nothing new with them (and lackluster matches for them both.)

Caristico returned to Friday night CMLL shows in such an unmemorable way that it’ll only be a foot note.

Lizmark was remembered with a moment of applause

What was good: The cibernetico was the best match on the show. The opener was better than usual, but it’s a long watch for a better than usual opener.

Where can I watch it: I’ll have it on my channel on Tuesday, and a match should surface on ClaroSports. (more…)

CMLL Puebla: 2015-12-14 

Los Ingobernables

Recapped: 12/14/2015

What happened: Atlantis beat Ultimo Guerrero in a singles match, and demanded a title match next week.

The rest of the angles didn’t have a clear direction. Rush (& La Mascara) didn’t like Maximo in their match like usual, but Negro Casas unusually was friends with Maximo. Maximo kissed Casas and pinned him for the win, then challenged Rush to a hair match. That isn’t happening.

The repeated fourth match ended with Stigma beating Skandalo, and Skandalo coming back in to attack him. This seemed like an attack to set up a match, but no challenges were made.

The great new team of Lestat & Espiritu Maligno lost in their first match to Disturbio & Policeman. King Jaguar walked out on the ramp to stare at the rudos after the match, but his motivations were unclear and no challenges were made there either.

Thunder was not mentioned at all in commentary, but a video piece mentioning giants who had worked for CMLL included him.

What was good: Nothing was memorable, but it was a much more watchable show than Friday’s show.

Where can I watch it: It’s on CMLL’s YouTube channel.


AAA on Televisa: 2015-11-21 

Fantasma has had enough of karate flips

Recapped: 12/05/2015

What happened: Pentagon dropped Jack on his head again, and vowed to shave it after taking the title. Mini Abismo beat Dinastia and challenged for a title match (that he was already getting, but maybe he wanted to make sure.)

What was good: Everything was good. Nothing was super, but the main even was better than I thought it would be.

Where can I watch it: It’s on my channel and on AAA’s channel (though I seem to have messed up the links somehow.)


CMLL on 2015-12-11 

had same reaction to this show

Recapped: 12/11/2015

What happened: Kamaitachi fouled Maximo and challenged him to a hair match, and Maximo accepted for next week. That seems like it’s actually happening. Less certain is a Negro Casas/Super Parka hair match; challenges were made after their own DQ finish, but Parka wanted it tonight while Casas accepted for next week.

The promo for next week revealed Caristico would make his full CMLL return on next Friday night’s show.

Thunder was missing from the main event, three Fridays out form his mask match. No explanation was given.

What was good:  Nothing. Not a think. This was the deadest show full of bad matches in some time. I’m sorry I gave out the link.

Where can I watch it: Don’t! Don’t do this. It’ll be up on my channel but really don’t. (more…)