Thunder passes away

Viva la Raza Lucha Weekly
July 13, 2016
By: Josh Boutwell of


Fenix and Pentagon Returning to PWG

This week Pro Wrestling Guerrilla announced the entrants for the 2016 Battle of Los Angeles Tournament and it will feature several Lucha Underground stars including AAA/Lucha Underground stars Pentagon Jr. and Fenix. Also, Lucha Underground stars Johnny Mundo, Sami Callihan, Jeff Cobb (Matanza), and Ricochet (Prince Puma) will be appearing. The other participants in this years tournament include TNA’s Trevor Lee, former WWE star Cody Rhodes, ROH/NJPW’s Kamaitachi (who appeared for over a year for CMLL), Mark Haskins, ROH’s Dalton Castle, Pete Dunne, Tommy End, ROH’s Adam Cole, Jack Gallagher, former WWE star Chris Hero, TNA’s Mark Andrews, Matthew Riddle, Marty Scurll, NJPW’s Matt Sydal, ROH’s Kyle O’Reilly, Zack Sabre Jr., NJPW’s Will Ospreay, and Jushin Thunder Liger. Last year AAA/Lucha Underground stars Fenix, Ricochet, Aerostar, Pentagon Jr., Drago, Angelico, and Jack Evans all appeared in the tournament.

AAA Announces TripleMania Date & Location

This week AAA officially announced that “TripleMania” would take place on 08/28 at Arena Ciudad de Mexico in Mexico City. It is unknown if it will be on traditional PPV or iPPV (or both) but it is very likely.

Sexy Star Starts Boxing Career

At a boxing event in Puebla this weekend Sexy Star appeared, unmasked, and announced she was going to enter the boxing world soon making her pro debut. Her husband is famous Mexican boxer Jhonny Gonzalez and she has been training with him for about two years now. She is still under contract with Lucha Underground it seems like she will still continue to work for them but that will be the only place she wrestles. She is going to box under the name Sexy Dulce but no date has been announced for her debut.

Ludxor Calls Out AAA

This week high flying young luchdaor Ludxor vented on Facebook about his struggles with AAAA over non-pay and refusing to pay for injuries. He said that there has been many times when AAA would force him to travel long ways in “inhumane conditions” and then not put him on the shows and not pay him. He also said that he had surgery that AAA refused to pay for and then refused to pay for the rehab that they promised they would pay for him. All of this is just more horrible publicity for AAA and just another thing that makes AAA come off like a horrible promotion for luchadors that aren’t big stars. Ludxor even made the claim that the big stars “get spoiled” while the younger or lesser of the stars are almost ignored. Ludxor is unbelievably talented as a high flyer and is only 25-years old, but AAA has never pushed him as anything more than an opening match high flyer. He hasn’t worked a show for AAA since April.

L.A. Park Calls Out Pentagon Jr.

After Pentagon Jr. won the AAA Latin American Title this week former champion L.A. Park came out publically and said that since he was never actually beaten for the title he should get to challenge Pentagon for the belt. L.A. Park won the title in 2011 but vacated it after never defending it and leaving AAA. Park has always had kind words for Pentagon and seems that he just wants to have a chance to feud with him (which would be incredible).

Prince Puma Gets Big Offer, Rey Misterio Offered New Deal Too

According to the Wrestling Observer, Lucha Underground star Prince Puma (Ricochet) has been offered a huge deal (somewhere in the neighborhood of $300,000) which would be paid by the El Rey Network themselves. The offer would also allow him to continue to work for New Japan and the Indies as Ricochet which affords himself to make even more money. The WWE is also interested in him and New Japan would likely be interested in signing him to an exclusive deal. This weekend he is taking part in the Ultima Lucha 3 tapings where he faces Johnny Mundo in a Title vs. Career Match with Mundo’s Lucha Underground Title and Puma’s LU career on the line. The way that match goes will likely give us a good idea of what his future holds. The Observer also claims that Lucha Underground has offered Rey Misterio Jr. an extension to his current deal, which is assumed to end after season four, but has yet to make a decision on whether he will sign it or not.

Aerostar & Drago in America

This past weekend Lucha Underground/AAA stars Drago and Aerostar took part in American promotion AAW’s “Killers Among Us” 06/17 event in Chicago, IL. Drago lost to Chris Hero and Aerostar was unsuccessful in trying to win the AAW Heritage Title away from fellow Lucha Underground star AR Fox. Both matches were said to have been great.

Lucha Underground 06/26 “Ultima Lucha Tres Night 1” Spoilers Results
1) A Unique Opportunity Battle Royal: The Mack wins
2) Street Fight: Ivelisse Velez def. Katrina
3) Mask vs. Hair Match: Fenix def. Marty The Moth
4) Gift of the Gods Ladder Match: Pentagon Jr. def. Son of Havoc to win the vacant title!
5) Handicap Match: Dr. Wagner Jr. & Famous B def. Texano Jr.
6) Hell of War Match: Killshot def. Dante Fox (AR Fox)
– The Mack earns a shot at the Trios Titles with his win in the Battle Royal.
– Ivelisse and Katrina had a wild, bloody match where Ivelisse hit Katrina with her stone to win.
– Fenix bled like crazy in the Mask vs. Hair Match and Mariposa actually ended up turning on Marty in the match and Melissa Santos kicked Marty in the balls leading to Fenix hitting the 450 for the pin. He and Melissa shaved Marty’s head after the match.
– Pentagon Chokeslammed Havoc off the ladder through a table to get the win and the Gift of the Gods Title.
– The stipulation in the Handicap Match was that if Famous B and Wagner beat Texano that Famous B would own the contract of Texano.
– The Hell of War Match was a 2/3 Falls Match with different stipulations for each fall. It was said to have been brutal and even more insane than the Pentagon/Vampiro match from season one. The first fall was a First Blood Match, second fall was a Street Fight, and the third fall was a Stretcher Match. Fox won the first fall by throwing Killshot through a pane of glass which caused Killshot’s back to bleed badly. In the second fall Killshot hit an Electric Chair Driver into broken glass to get the pin. In the third fall Killshot hit Fox with a beer bottle knocking him off the balcony and into a ton of chairs that were stacked up. He was loaded on a stretcher and put into an ambulance.

AAA 07/03 “Sin Limite” TV Taping Ecatepec Results
1) Atomic Boy, Gotita de Plata, Lanzeloth, & Venum def. Herodes Jr., Soul Rocker, Super Fly, & Tigre Cota
2) Argenis & Australian Suicide def. Daga & Joe Lider via DQ
3) AAA Cruiserweight Title #1 Contenders Triple Threat: Fenix def. Drago & Aerostar
4) Los Fronterizos (Damian 666, Psicosis, & Bestia 666) def. Bengala II, Garza Jr., & La Parka Jr.
5) Triple Threat: Brian Cage def. Texano Jr. & Dr. Wagner Jr.
6) AAA Latin America Title: Pentagon Jr. def. Psycho Clown (c) to win the title!
– Pentagon and Psycho Clown started the show off getting in a brawl.
– Venum defeated Soul Rocker in the opener and then Gran Apache ran out and attacked Venum.
– Los Fronterizos came out and interfered in the second match leading to a DQ win for the tecnicos even though they come down to mess with the PdM.
– The Cruiserweight 3-Way was said to be a crazy match with Fenix getting the win after a 450-Splash on Drago. El Zorro ran out and attacked Fenix and Drago while Aerostar was being loaded on a stretcher. He injured a knee ligament during the match though he said later on Twitter that it was just a strain.
– Bestia was the surprise partner for Fronterizos and he helped them get the win.
– Cage pinned Texano in the Semi-Main and challenged Texano to face him for the World Title.
– Pentagon paid tribute to Perro Aguayo Jr. in the Main Event by winning the match with Perro’s Diving Ghetto Stomp off the top. Psycho did an insane Super Mexican Destroyer off the top through a table during the match but the referee was laid out. Pagano then ran out with a barbed wire baseball bat and attacked Psycho. Pentagon is the sixth man to hold the title and this is his first singles championship in AAA.

AAA 07/08 “Sin Limite” TV Taping Mexico City Results
1) Big Mami, Fabi Apache, & Mari Apache def. La Hiedra, Lady Shani, & Taya Valkyrie
2) Dave The Clown, Hijo de Pirata Morgan, & Super Fly def. Garza Jr., Nino Hamburguesa, & Venum
3) Fenix def. Daga
4) Aerostar, Bengala II, & Drago def. Averno, Chessman, & Ricky Marvin
5) Damian 666, Psicosis, & Pagano def. The Psycho Circus via countout
6) El Mesias, Hernandez, & Johnny Mundo def. Hijo del Fantasma, Pentagon Jr., & Texano Jr.
– Indy luchadora Big Mama makes her AAA debut in the opener as Big Mami. She is massive but is pretty horrible in the ring. She is the one that got the pin for her team. Maybe AAA’s way of replacing Goya Kong (except Goya Kong was far better).
– Dave The Clown’s TV debut as well. He has worked a few spot shows for AAA and all over Mexico in the Indies. He was trained by AAA’s Gran Apache (as well as being trained some by Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Silver King, and Abismo Negro before his death). Dave has appeared for ELITE but the last time he did he was so horrible in the match that Rey Cometa and Guerrero Maya Jr. got pissed at him and ripped his mask off (as a shoot) and he never returned to ELITE. Dave actually did appear on AAA TV once (or at least at a taping as I don’t believe it made TV) when he was sitting in the crowd and jumped the guardrail to hug Psycho Clown as he made an entrance in an attempt to work himself into a storyline in AAA. He is terrible. Gran Apache appeared during the match to distract Venum into losing.
– Fenix-Daga was very good as you would expect it to be. Hopefully this is the start of AAA doing more of these one-on-one matches with high flyers.
– Mari and Fabi Apache distracted the rudos in the fourth match leading to Marvin getting pinned.
– Bestia ran out during the Semi-Main to interfere for his family. Bestia set a table on fire at ringside and Pagano put Psycho through it. Psycho was unable to return to the ring causing the countout. He demanded a Mask vs. Hair Match at TripleMania but Psycho was unable to respond.
– Hijo del Fantasma make his return after several months of being on the shelf due to back surgery. Mundo beat Pentagon in the match and demanded a Latin American Title shot.
– If I had to guess about the TripleMania card I would say we are probably getting Psycho vs. Pagano (Mask vs. Hair), Texano vs. Cage vs. Wagner (AAA World Title), Pentagon vs. Mundo (AA LA), Averno & Chessman vs. Mari & Fabi Apache (AAA Tag Titles), and Fenix vs. Hijo del Fantasma (AAA Cruiser). They may try and get Rey Misterio Jr. to come back for this show as well.

AAA 07/17 “Sin Limite” TV Taping Oaxaca Lineup
1) Dinastia, Pimpinela Escarlata, & TBA vs. Lady Shani, Mamba, & Mini Psycho Clown
2) Argenis, Australian Suicide, & Bengala II vs. Herodes Jr., Hijo de Pirata Morgan, & Mocho Cota Jr.
3) Pentagon Jr. vs. Fenix
4) AAA Tag Team Titles Triple Threat: Averno & Chessman (c) vs. Aerostar & Drago vs. Angelico & Jack Evans
5) Dr. Wagner Jr., La Parka Jr., & Psycho Clown vs. Brian Cage, El Mesias, & Hernandez
– This is the first Pentagon-Fenix singles match that AAA has ever done. They have done the match all over the world but now we finally get to see it in a AAA ring. It should be excellent.
– This is also the return of Angelico from his most recent injury.

AAA 07/29 “Sin Limite” TV Taping Toluca Lineup
1) Dinastia, Mini Drago, & Octagoncito vs. Lanzeloth, Mini Abismo Negro, & Mini Histeria
2) El Elegido, Fabi Apache, & Mari Apache vs. Hijo de Pirata Morgan, La Hiedra, & Super Fly
3) Angelico & Jack Evans vs. TBA & TBA
4) Argenis, Bengala II, & La Parka Jr. vs. Averno, Chessman, & Ricky Marvin
5) Aerostar, Drago, & Texano Jr. vs. Daga, Joe Lider, & Pentagon Jr.
6) Bull Terrier Match: Pagano vs. Psycho Clown


Thunder Passes Away

On Thursday (06/30), CMLL star Thunder passed away in his home country of Australia as a result of stomach cancer which he had been battling for months. Both CMLL and Thunder had kept the fact that he had cancer secret until a few days before he passed as it started to leak out with Thunder seemingly taking a turn of the worst. There were several rumors as to why the long teased Mask vs. Hair Match between Thunder and Ultimo Guerrero kept getting postponed but it seems as if complications with the cancer was the reason he disappeared from time to time off TV. Thunder, real name Luke Fordward, was an Australia native that began wrestling in his home country in the 2000’s and eventually worked for Super Delfin’s Okinawa Pro promotion in Japan before he began dating a Mexican woman (who he met when she was on vacation in Australia). The one ended up being the daughter of the legendary CMLL star and trainer Satanico and after she convinced Thunder to move to Mexico he began training in Lucha with his girlfriend’s father. He debuted in CMLL in 2013 and was pushed hard as a top star almost from the beginning. The problem was that Thunder was always very slow and clumsy, especially compared to the other luchadors, and never fully caught on to the lucha style. He had been feuding with Ultimo Guerrero for almost a year and a Mask vs. Hair Match had been announced more than once but never came to fruition. He and Satanico both walked out of CMLL earlier this year and it seems that Thunder had recently moved back to Australia after his cancer got worse. Many of CMLL’s stars have expressed their sadness at the passing but Thunder’s biggest rival, Ultimo Guerrero, had probably the best tribute. He said that he was obviously saddened by his rivals passing and that he will one day follow Thunder to finally have that Mask vs. Hair Match with him in the afterlife. Thunder was a horrendous performer but from all of the things we have heard about him outside of he ring he was a good man and I hate to see anything like this happent to really anyone. R.I.P. Thunder.

Dorada and Jinzo Work for WWE, Zumbi Does Not

This past week both CMLL’s Mascara Dorada (as Gran Metalik) and Indy luchador Jinzo (as Raul Mendoza) worked WWE’s Cruiserweight Classic Tournament. Dorada defeated Alejandro Saez (wrestler from Chile known as XL) and Mendoza lost to Brian Kendrick. Zumbi was originally announced as appearing in the tournament but was replaced by American Indy wrestler Mustafa Ali (who lost to Lince Dorado). PWInsider reported that Zumbi did not make the 205 lb. weight limit which seems very farfetched considering his size. Instead he appeared for ELITE as a part of their International Tournament. Later in the week Triple-H spoke to the Mexican media and confirmed that Zumbi was not allowed to appear in the tournament because of visa issues and the fact that they could not get the issues straightened out in time. In later interviews former WWE Champion Daniel Bryan had some kind words for Dorada and said that he would do well in WWE.

Titan Coming to Japan

This week NJPW revealed the lineup for the upcoming 07/20 Super J-Cup Tournament which will feature stars from all over the world. CMLL’s representative will be youngster Titan. He’s only 25-years old and is his second tour with NJPW (other than the FantasticaMania tours every year). He took part in the 2013 Best of Super Juniors Tournament. He will face NJPW’s current “golden boy” Will Ospreay in the first round so his chances of moving on to day two of the tournament are very slim. It should be a great match regardless though.

Stuka Jr. Coming to ROH

This week Ring of Honor announced that CMLL star Stuka Jr. will be coming for thier 07/16 TV Taping at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia to face former CMLL star Kamaitachi. This will be Stuka’s debut in ROH and the first time a current CMLL star ever appeared in ROH. ROH originally was going to bring in Dragon Lee for this match but he isn’t ready to return to the ring yet so CMLL chose to send Stuka instead. This and ROH stars coming to CMLL/ELITE recently seems to be the beginnings of the two promotions finally starting a relationship together.

NJPW Airing CMLL Event

This weekend New Japan announced that they would be airing CMLL’s Friday night Arena Mexico event this Saturday on NJPWorld. They are saying this is a “test Run” but if it does well then it could become a regular thing. That show already streams live on the internet by ClaroSports and airs on TV in both Mexico and America so this is just more accessible for Japanese fans. It will also be available to watch later on VOD.,

CMLL 06/21 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Results
1) Linterna & Mr. Apolo def. Capitan Cobra & Johnny Dinamo
2) Oro Jr., Pegasso, & Stigma def. Metalico, Sangre Azteca, & Skandalo
3) Furia Roja, Hechicero, & Sagrado def. Angel de Oro, Esfinge, & Triton
4) Diamante Azul, Rush, & Titan def. La Mascara, Rey Bucanero, & Vangelis via DQ
5) Atlantis, Maximo, & Mistico II vs. Ephesto, Luciferno, & Mr. Niebla

ELITE 06/23 “Elite Internacional Torneo” Arena Mexico Results
1) Karonte Jr., Magnus, & Shigeo Okumura def. El Bandido, Hijo del Pantera, & Magia Blanca
2) Seeding Battle Royal: Volador Jr. & PJ Black def. Lio Rush, KUSHIDA, Bram, Camacho, David Tita, Jinder Mahal, Tama Tonga, Veneno, Heddi Karaoui, Sabu, Michael Elgin, & Zema Ion
3) Elite Internacional First Round: Bram def. Zumbi
4) Elite Internacional First Round: Lio Rush def. David Tita
5) Elite Internacional First Round: Zema Ion def. Hip Hop Man
6) Elite Internacional First Round: Tama Tonga def. Chicano
7) Elite Internacional First Round: Sabu def. Veneno
8) Elite Internacional First Round: Michael Elgin def. Jinder Mahal
9) Elite Internacional First Round: KUSHIDA def. Heddi Karaoui
10) Elite Internacional First Round: Volador Jr. def. PJ Black

CMLL 06/24 Arena Mexico Results
1) Mercurio & Pierrothito def. Shockercito & Stukita
2) Bobby Z, Puma King, & Tiger Kid def. Fuego, Guerrero Maya Jr., & Titan
3) Mexican National Womens Title: Zeuxis (c) def. Princesa Sujei to retain the title!
4) Rey Cometa, Brazo de Plata, & Valiente def. Barbaro Cavernario, Felino, & Mr. Niebla
5) KUSHIDA, Marco Corleone, & Mistico II def. La Mascara, Shocker, & El Terrible via DQ
6) Sam Adonis, Tama Tonga, & Tanga Roa def. Atlantis, Diamante Azul, & Volador Jr.

ELITE 06/25 “Elite Internacional Toreno Finale” Arena Mexico Lineup
1) Emperador Azteca & Metaleon vs. Euforia & Gran Guerrero
2) Elite Internacional Torneo Quarterfinals: Sabu vs. Bram
3) Elite Internacional Torneo Quarterfinals: Michael Elgin vs. Lio Rush
4) Elite Internacional Torneo Quarterfinals: Zema Ion vs. KUSHIDA
5) Elite Internacional Torneo Quarterfinals: Volador Jr. vs. Tama Tonga
6) Elite Internacional Torneo Semifinals: Sabu/Bram Winner vs. Elgin/Lio Winner
7) Elite Internacional Torneo Semifinals: Zema/KUSHIDA Winner vs. Volador/Tama Winner
8) Elite Internacional Torneo Finals: TBA vs. TBA

CMLL 06/28 Arena Mexico Results
1) Bengala II & Leono def. Apocalipsis & Artillero
2) Astral, Electrico, & Stukita def. Mercurio, Pequeno Nitro, & Pequeno Olimpico
3) Estrellita, La Vaquerita, & Lluvia def. Dalis la Caribena, La Seductora, & Reyna Isis
4) Lightning Match: Fuego def. Virus
5) Angel de Oro, Guerrero Maya Jr., & Brazo de Plata def. Bobby Z, Dragon Rojo Jr., & Polvora
6) Gran Guerrero, Ultimo Guerrero, & Niebla Roja def. Mascara Dorada, Mistico II, & Titan

CMLL 06/28 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Results
1) Magnum & Vaquero Jr. def. Carlo Roggi & Diplomatico
2) Fujin, Raijin, & Skandalo def. Pegasso, Starman, & Triton
3) Mask vs. Mask Match: Esfinge def. Furia Roja
4) Diamante Azul, Maximo, & Michael Elgin def. Rey Bucanero, El Terrible, & Vangelis
5) Mr. Niebla and Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga & Tanga Roa) def. Atlantis, KUSHIDA, & Volador Jr.

CMLL 07/01 “Gran Prix Internacional” iPPV Arena Mexico Results
1) Blue Panther, Blue Panther Jr., & The Panther def. Felino, Puma King, & Tiger Kid
2) Atlantis, Mistico II, & Stuka Jr. def. Euforia, Ephesto, & El Terrible
3) Hair vs. Hair Match: Barbaro Cavernario def. Rey Cometa
4) Gran Prix Internacional Torneo Cibernetico: Team Mexico (Volador Jr., Diamante Azul, La Mascara, Maximo, Rey Escorpion, Rush, Shocker, & Ultimo Guerrero) def. Team International (Johnny Idol, KUSHIDA, Marco Corleone, Michael Elgin, Shigeo Okumura, Sam Adonis, Tama Tonga, & Tanga Roa)

CMLL 07/03 Arena Mexico Results
1) Flyer & Sensei def. Akuma & Inquisidor
2) Fiero, Fujin, & Raijin def. Marvel, Oro Jr., & Soberano Jr.
3) Guerrero Maya Jr., Stuka Jr., & Titan def. Dragon Rojo Jr., Hechicero, & Polvora
4) Marco Corleone def. Euforia
5) Diamante Azul, Shocker, & Ultimo Guerrero def. Michael Elgin, Tama Tonga, & Tanga Roa via DQ

CMLL 07/03 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Results
1) Black Sugar def. Quca
2) Javier Cruz Jr. & Micro def. Destello & Destructor
3) Capitan Cobra, Fugaz, & Randy def. Carlo Roggi, Demonio Rojo, & Mr. Apolo
4) El Divino, Frezzer, & Star Black def. Gitano, Mr. Trueno, & Rey Trueno
5) Esfinge, Magico, & Vaquero Jr. def. Furia Roja, Joker, & Malefico

CMLL 07/04 Arena Puebla Results
1) Astro, Centella Roja, & Paris def. Guerrero Espacial, Mini Joker, & Sauron
2) Black Tiger, King Jaguar, & Oro Jr. def. Ares, Inquisidor, & Policeman
3) Bobby Z, Shigeo Okumura, & Virus def. Esfinge, Guerrero Maya Jr., & Rey Cometa
4) KUSHIDA, Mascara Dorada, & Michael Elgin def. Felino, Tama Tonga, & Tanga Roa via DQ
5) Mistico II, Negro Casas, & Shocker def. La Mascara, Mephisto, & Sharlie Rockstar

CMLL 07/05 Arena Mexico Results
1) Bengala & Leono def. Apocalipsis & Camorra
2) Cancerbero, Canelo Casas, & Razield ef. Flyer, Pegasso, & Soberano Jr.
3) CMLL Womens Title: Dalis la Caribena (c) def. Estrellita to retain the title!
4) Misterioso II, Olimpico, & Ripper def. Blue Panther, Guerrero Maya Jr., & Triton
5) Angel de Oro, Stuka Jr., & Valiente def. Rey Bucanero, Sam Adonis, & Valiente
6) Diamante Azul, Marco Corleone, & Michael Elgin def. Kraneo, Shocker, & El Terrible via DQ

CMLL 07/05 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Results
1) Magnum & Vaquero Jr. def. Furia Roja & Linterna
2) Fujin, Raijin, & Sagrado def. Hombre Bala Jr., Sensei, & Star Jr.
3) Blue Panther Jr., Starman, & The Panther def. Disturbio, Puma King, & Tiger Kid
4) Mascara Dorada, Brazo de Plata, & Titan def. Dragon Rojo Jr., Mephisto, & Polvora
5) Euforia, Tanga Roa, & Ultimo Guerrero def. Atlantis, Johnny Idol, & KUSHIDA
6) Volador Jr. def. Tama Tonga

ELITE 07/07 Arena Mexico Results
1) Keira & Muneca de Plata def. La Jarochita & Lluvia
2) Heddi Karaoui & Shigeo Okumura def. El Bandido & Ultimo Ninja
3) Angel de Oro, Golden Magic, & Mascara Dorada def. El Hijo del Medico Asesino, Dr. Wagner III, & Karaonte Jr.
4) Liga Elite First Round: Tigre Uno def. Rey Escorpion
5) Relevos Increibles: Caristico & Michael Elgin def. KUSHIDA & Tama Tonga via DQ
6) Liga Elite First Round: La Mascara def. Cibernetico via DQ
– Caristico got hurt in the Semi-Main on a Senton Bomb where he landed awkwardly and ended up being taken to the hospital. Tama fouled Elgin to cause the DQ and then beat up KUSHIDA when KUSHIDA argued with him about doing that. Caristico later reported that he “tore his pelvis” which is much more likely a sports hernia which means he will be out for some time. This is his first major injury since leaving WWE.

CMLL 07/08 Arena Mexico Results
1) Esfinge, Fuego, & Triton def. Bobby Z, Hechicero, & Virus
2) Mascara Dorada, Rey Cometa, & Titan def. Barbaro Cavernario, Dragon Rojo Jr., & Rey Escorpion
3) Lightning Match: Mistico II def. La Mascara via DQ
4) Mephisto, Shocker, & Ultimo Guerrero def. Johnny Idol, Shigeo Okumura, & Sam Adonis
5) Atlantis, Diamante Azul, & Maximo def. Michael Elgin, Tama Tonga, & Tanga Roa
6) NWA Welterweight Title: Volador Jr. (c) def. KUSHIDA to retain the title!
– Volador-KUSHIDA was as great as you would expect it to be.

CMLL 07/09 Arena Coliseo Lineup
1) Shockercito & Stukita vs. Mercurio & Pequeno Nitro
2) Estrellita, Lluvia, & Marcela vs. La Amapola, Dalis la Caribena, & Zeuxis
3) Blue Panther Jr., The Panther, & Guerrero Maya Jr. vs. Misterioso II, Sagrado, & Virus
4) Angel de Oro, Stuka Jr., & Valiente vs. Fujin, Shigeo Okumura, & Raijin
5) Diamante Azul, Mascara Dorada, & Volador Jr. vs. Sam Adonis, Tama Tonga, & Tanga Roa

CMLL 07/10 Arena Mexico Lineup
1) Acero & Fantasy vs. Pequeno NItro & Pequeno Violencia
2) Flyer, Pegasso, & Templario vs. Forastero, Maquiavelo, & Skandalo
3) Angel de Oro, Brazo de Plata, & Titan vs. Rey Bucanero, El Terrible, & Vangelis
4) Mistico II, KUSHIDA, & Diamante Azul vs. Tama Tonga, Eufoira, & Tanga Roa
5) Ultimo Guerrero vs. Michael Elgin

CMLL 07/10 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Lineup
1) Avispon Negro Jr. & Micron vs. Destello & Quca
2) El Alteno & Javier Cruz Jr. vs. Destructor & Diplomatico
3) Leon Blanco, Randy, & Star Black vs. Demonio Rojo, Exterminador, & Gitano
4) Magico vs. Malefico
5) Esfinge, Flash II, & Metatron vs. El Chakal, Espectru, & Furia Roja

CMLL 07/11 Arena Puebla Linep
1) Astro, Asturiano, & Ultimo Dragoncito vs. Espiritu Maligno, Mini Joker, & Pierrothito
2) Black Tiger, King Jaguar, & Oro Jr. vs. Ares, Disturbio, & Fuerza Chicana
3) Relevos Increibles Torneo: Caristico & Ultimo Guerrero vs. Rush & Volador Jr. vs. Tama Tonga & Tanga Roa vs. Kraneo & KUSHIDA vs. Michael Elgin & Ripper vs. La Mascara & Sharlie Rockstar vs. Diamante Azul & Rey Escorpion vs. Negro Casas & Shocker
4) CMLL Welterweight Title: Mephisto (c) vs. Mistico II

CMLL 07/12 Arena Mexico Lineup
1) Astral, Fantasy, & Stukita vs. Mercurio, Pequeno Nitro, & Pequeno Olimpico
2) Estrellita, Lluvia, & Princesa Sujei vs. La Amapola, Dalis la Caribena, & Zeuxis
3) Lightning Match: Blue Panther Jr. vs. Sagrado
4) Blue Panther, Stuka Jr., & Valiente vs. Kraneo, Shigeo Okumura, & Ripper
5) Fatal 4-Way: KUSHIDA & Marco Corleone vs. Tama Tonga & Tanga Roa vs. Rey Escorpion & Shocker vs. Felino & Niebla Roja

CMLL 07/12 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Lineup
1) Star Black & Explosivo vs. Malefico & Thunder Boy
2) Fuego, Hombre Bala Jr., & Soberano Jr. vs. El Cuatrero, Forastero, & Sanson
3) Angel de Oro, Esfinge, & Triton vs. Hechicero, Pierroth, & Vangelis
4) Diamante Azul, Rush, & Brazo de Plata vs. Dragon Rojo Jr., Ultimo Guerrero, & El Terrible
5) Mexican National Trios Titles: Mephisto, Luciferno, & Ephesto (c) vs. Atlantis, Mistico II, & Maximo

ELITE 07/14 Arena Mexico Lineup
1) Ciclon Ramirez Jr. & Principe Diamante vs. Cancerbero & Raziel
2) Jinzo & Super Crazy vs. Felino & Tiger Kid
3) L.A. Park, Rayman, & Hijo de Dos Caras vs. Hijo del Medico Asesino, Dr. Wagner III, & Dr. Karonte Jr.
4) Liga Elite First Round: Caristico vs. Diamante Azul
5) Mascara Ano 2000 & Universo 2000 vs. Atlantis & Dos Caras Sr.
6) Liga Elite First Round Super Libre Match: Rush vs. L.A. Park

CMLL 07/15 Arena Mexico Lineup
1) Skadi & La Vaquerita vs. La Seductora & Tiffany
2) Angel de Oro, Rey Cometa, & Stuka Jr. vs. Ephesto, Hechicero, & Luciferno
3) Maximo, Super Crazy, & Valiente vs. Rey Bucanero, El Terrible, & Vangelis
4) Leyenda de Plata Torneo Cibernetico: Mistico II vs. Negro Casas vs. Volador Jr. vs. La Mascara vs. Titan vs. Mephisto vs. Triton vs. Barbaro Cavernario vs. Guerrero Maya Jr. vs. Ripper vs. The Panther vs. Virus
5) Atlantis, Diamante Azul, & Rush vs. Euforia, Gran Guerrero, & Ultimo Guerrero

CMLL 07/16 “Arkangel de la Muerte 30th Anniversary Show” Arena Coliseo Lineup
1) Tigre Rojo & Tigre Rojo Jr. vs. Black Silver I & Black Silver II
2) Torneo Dr. X Cibernetico: Skandalo vs. Fiero vs. Bobby Z vs. Canelo Casas vs. Magnus vs. Merte Azteca vs. Oro Jr. vs. Fireman vs. Asgard vs. Hanaoka vs. Sonic vs. Stigma vs. K-Fu vs. Super X vs. Makiavelico vs. Thunder Strong
3) Dalis la Caribena, La Comandante, & Reina Isis vs. Lady Boricua, Mima Shimoda, & Princesa Sujei
4) Fujin, Shigeo Okumura, & Raijin vs. OT Fernandez, SC Navarro, & Sensacional Carlitos
5) Arkangel de la Muerte, Ephesto, & Luciferno vs. Gallo, Pegasso, & Starman
6) Brazo de Plata, Diamante Azul, & Maximo vs. Barbaro Cavernario, Negro Casas, & Rey Bucanero


Flamita Returns to Dragon Gate

At the 07/02 Dragon Gate event former AAA star Flamita (aka Octagon Jr./Night Claw/Fireball) made his much rumored returned to Japan’s Dragon Gate promotion joining the new Tribe Vanguard group with BxB Hulk, Kzy, & YAMATO. It is not expected to be a long tour of Dragon Gate this time though as he is already announced for cards in Mexico in August and is not announced as part of Dragon Gate’s tour in September either.
– Tribe Vanguard (Flamita, BxB Hulk, & Kzy) def. Over Generation (CIMA & Dragon Kid) & Peter Kaasa (07/02)
– Tribe Vanguard (Flamita, BX Bulk, & YAMATO) def. Verserk (Mondai Ryu, Naruki Doi, & Singo Takagi) (07/03)
– Over Generation (EITA & Dragon Kid) def. Tribe Vanguard (Flamita & Yosuke Santa Maria) (07/07)
– Flamita, BxB Hulk, & Kzy vs. T-Hawk, Akira Tozawa, & Masato Yoshino (07/10)
– Flamita, Yosuke Santa Maria, & YAMATO vs. Shingo Takagi, Naruki Doi, & Mondai Ryu (07/14)
– Open the Traingle Gate Titles Triangle Match: Flamita, Kzy, & BxB Hulk vs. Dragon Kid, Peter Kaasa, & CIMA vs. Masato Yohsino, Akira Tozawa, & T-Hawk (c) (07/24)

Santo Jr. Debuts

This weekend the son of Hijo del Santo, and grandson of El Santo, made his in-ring debut under the name Santo Jr. for UK-based Lucha promotion Lucha Britannia. He teamed with Magnifico II on 07/02 in a winning effort against two local luchadors. The night before he had wrestled under his “Tempestad” name (which he debuted under last year in London) but this was the first time he came out under the Santo Jr. name. He still has yet to wrestle in Mexico as it seems he is still in college. El Hijo del Santo has said in the past that he wanted his son to graduate college before wrestling full time (this is similar to that which Ray Mendoza told his sons Los Villanos so that they would all have fall back plans if wrestling didn’t work for them. Santo Jr. has spent the last two summers training in Japan with Pro Wrestling NOAH as well as training in London. He is much bigger than his father was at his age and taller so it will be interesting to see him in the ring when he finally debuts in Mexico (probably in the next year). Both Hijo del Santo and Santo Jr. are being billed for the 08/13 “The Crash” event in Tijuana which is also being billed as a TV taping. This would likely be the debut of Santo Jr. in Mexico and Hijo del Santo’s first match in almost two years.

Flamita in America

This past weekend former AAA star Flamita took part in American promotion AIW’s “Whats In The Basement, Klopek?” 06/17 event in Ohio. He took part in a 3-Way dance for the AIW Intense Title with champion Alex Daniels defending against Flamita and TNA star Zema Ion. Flamita fell in the match but the match was said to have been great. Laredo Kid was also on the card teaming with Bandolero in a wing against Gringo Loco & Skadye Jr. earlier in the night.

KAMIKAZES DEL RING 06/11 Arena Coliseo de Coacalco Results
1) Criss Boy & Estrella de Oro def. Death Fly & Rocker Boy
2) Keira def Chica YeYe
3) Lunatik Extreme, Lunatik Fly, & Toxin Boy def. La Resistencia (Kilvan, Shadow, & Yoruba)
4) Fatal 5-Way: Mr. Leo def. Fandango, Impulso, Magnifico II, & Taylor Wolf
5) Emperador Azteca & Metaleon def. La Fortaleza (Corsario Negro Jr. & Drako)
6) Freelance, Suicida, & Mr. Aguila def. La Kamikazes del Aire (Alas de Acero, Aramis, & Iron Kid)
7) 3-Way Dance: Herodes Jr. def. Caifan I & Trauma II

Baja Stars USA 06/18 San Diego, CA Results
1) Mike Camden def. Devin Sparks
2) Triple Threat: Efekto def. Alastor & Nightmare Azteca
3) Mariachi Loco, Genio del Aire, & Valiente def. Black Abyss, Enfermero Jr., & Psicosis

Baja Stars USA 06/19 San Diego, CA Results
1) Dementor def. Veinom
2) Lady Lee def. La Golosa
3) D’Marco Wilson def. Motors Jungle
4) Black Danger & Felino Salvaje def. Danny Limelight & Nightmare Azteca
5) 3-Way Dance: Enigma def. Star Boy & TJ Boy

CaraLucha 06/24 Arena San Juan Pantitlan Results
1) Keira & Lady Maravilla def. La Jarochita & La Magnifica
2) Toro Negro II, Toro Negro III, & Toro Negro Jr. def. Andy Boy, Danger, & Guerrero Mixtico
3) Fatal 4-Way: Templario & Wasson def. Centvrion & Latigo, Suicida & Pantera I, and Fly Star & Toxin
4) Trauma I & Trauma II def. Puma King & Tiger Kid
5) Volador Jr. & Bandido Jr. def. Flamita & Fly Warrior

LyC 06/26 Monterrey Results
1) Triple Threat: Angelus def. Arlequin & Rey Fenix
2) Mini Difunto def. Mini Hator
3) Iron, Maldad Adicta, & Rey Fenix def. Angel Negro, Beto Alcala, & Pedro Navajas
4) Baby Fox, Epidemius, & Obsesion def. Golden Boy, Rey Demonio Jr., & Titanik
5) WWA Middleweight Title Torneo Cibernetico: Ultimo Ninja def. Potro Jr. (c), Bear Neurosis, Bengali, El Ninja Jr., & Memo Valle to win the title!
6) 3-Way Dance: Konnan Big def. El Ninja & Garza Jr.

IWRG 06/29 Arena Naucalpan Results
1) Aguila Oriental & Osiris def. Pumita & Salchichita
2) Adrenalina & Voltar def. Geo & Magic Dragon
3) Arana de Plata, Galaxy, & Skanda def. Fireman, Keiser Drago, & Omega
4) Aramis, Dragon Fly, & Satura def. Camaleon I, Camaleon II, & Fight Panther Jr.
5) Black Terry & Shadow Boy def. Apolo Estrada Jr. & The Tiger

LEGENDs 06/30 Arena Aficion Results
1) Triple Threat: Zagma def. Mosh & Mr. Chivo
2) Faby Apache & Mary Apache def. Lady Shani & La Hiedra
3) X-LAW Tag Team Titles: Concord & Drastik Boy def. Los Compadres Extremos (Aeroboy & Violento Jack) (c) to win the titles!
4) Argenis, Bengala II, & Venum def. Estrella Divina, Mamba, & Polvo de Estrellas
5) Dr. Wagner Jr. & Pentagon Jr. def. Fenix & Psycho Clown

DTU 07/01 Arena Femenil Lineup
1) Licantropo vs. Drolux
2) Triple Threat: Fly Danger, La Maligna, & Tiburon vs. Jimmy, Kevin, & Zuzu Divine vs. Destello, Krystal, & Nino de Cobre
3) El Gio & El Jr. vs. Kastigador & Vengador
4) DTU Alto Impacto Title: Black Fire (c) vs. Moria vs. X-Zafiro vs. Lokillo vs. Tony Iron
5) Drastik Boy & Ronnie Mendoza vs. Pesadilla & Rocky Lobo
6) DTU Title: Ciclope (c) vs. Sharlie Rockstar vs. Miedo Extremo vs. Angel o Demonio vs. Ovett

Colosal 07/01 “PsychoMania Tour Night 2” Auditorio Municipal de Tijuana Results
1) Exodo & Galaxy def. Thunder Kid & Alastor
2) Cheyenne & Martinete def. Efekto & Pitbull
3) Dinastia & Octagoncito def. Mini Abismo Negro & Mini Psycho Clown
4) Amnesia & Extassis def. Argenis & El Elegido
5) Mask vs. Mask Match: Drakma lost to Super Rhino, Luminoso, Shamu, Zaeta, Romeo, Dick Angelo Jr., & Scream
6) Steel Cage Match: Pentagon Jr. & Bestia 666 def. Damian 666 & Psicosis
7) Psycho Circus (Monster Clown, Murder Clown, & Psycho Clown) def. Averno, Chessman, & Villano IV

DTU 07/01 “De Roi Al Norti: Monterrey” – Arena Femenil Results
1) Licantropo def. Drolux
2) Triple Threat: Los Nerds (Jimmy & Kevin) & Zuzu Devine def. Destello, Krystal, & Nino de Cobre and Fly Danger, Maligna, & Tiburon
3) Kastigador & Vengador def. El Gio & El Junior
4) DTU Alto Impacto Fatal 5-Way: Black Fire (c) def. Lokillo, Moria, Tony Iron, & X-Zafiro to retain the title!
5) Drastik Boy & Ronnie Mendoza def. Pesadilla & Rocky Lobo
6) DTU Extreme Title Fatal 5-Way: Miedo Xtremo def. Ciclope (c), Angel o Demonio, Obett, & Sharlie Rockstar to win the title!

Colosal 07/02 “PsychoMania Tour Night 3” Baja California Results
1) Exodo def. Alastor
2) Dick Angelo Jr. def. Cheyene
3) Black Phantom, Efekto, & Martinete def. Luminoso, Scream, & Shaum
4) Amnesia & Extassis def. Jonathan & Romeo
5) El Elegido, Monster Clown, & Murder Clown def. Averno, Chessman, & Villano IV

PRA 07/02 Puebla Results
1) Copa RA Semifinals Fatal 4-Way: Centella Roja & Hell Boy def. Tiger Boy & Altis, Capitan Fantasma II & Fly Boy, and Cometa Boy & Steel Boy
2) La Diva Salvaje, May Flowers, & Pasion Kristal def. Black Thunder, Brave Star, & Tigre Colosal
3) Keira & Lady Maravilla def. La Jarochita & Sanely
4) Los Brazos (Brazo de Oro Jr., El Brazo Jr., & El Hijo del Brazo de Plata) fought La Villano Dinastia (El Hijo del Villano III, Kaving, & Villano III Jr.) to a DRAW
5) La Dinastia Parka (L.A. Park & Hijo de L.A. Park) def. Los Ingobernables (Pierroth & Rush) via DQ

AULL 07/02 Arena Lopez Mateos Results
1) Dragon Force & Violento def. Los Tigres del Metal (Tigre de Bronce & Tigre de Oro)
2) Dinastia & Octagoncito def. Mini Histeria & Mini Psicosis
3) Las Traumas (Trauma I & Trauma II) def. Heddi Karaoui & Toscano via DQ
4) Cuervo, Daga, & Joe Lider def. Aerostar, Argenis, & Australian Suicide
5) 3-Way Dance: Dr. Wagner Jr. def. Texano Jr. & El Mesias
– Just a couple of weeks ago (after his appearences in ELITE) Heddi Karaoui said he would never work in Mexico again due to the politics. Yet here he is again, unfortunately.

ILLM 07/02 Salon Citlalli Results
1) Ancla & Diosa Quetzal def. Ancla Jr. & Crazy Star
2) Arceus & Tornado def. Sonny & Stukita via DQ
3) Guerrero Maya Jr. def. Tromba
4) La Dinastia Casas (Puma King & Tiger Kid) def. La Mala Hierba (Fly Warrior & Latigo)
5) La Fortaleza (Corsario Negro Jr. & Drako) def. Akuma & Demus 316

SANCHEZ 07/02 Arena Neza Results
1) Chamuel def. Chico Temido
2) Dement Xtreme & Los Hermanos Muertes (Hermano Muerte II & Hermano Muerte III) def. La Pandemia (Pandemonium, Pandemonium Jr., & Xibalb)
3) Fabi Apache & Lancelot def. La Hiedra & Mini Psycho Clown
4) Pantera I, Fire Man, & Holkan def. Los Sky Star (Rayo Star & Sky Man) & Neza Kid
5) Drago, Fenix, & La Parka Jr. def. Hijo de Pirata Morgan, Parka Negra II, & Taurus
6) 3-Way Xtreme Dance: Psycho Clown def. Pentagon Jr. & Pagano

MDA 07/03 Arena Coliseo Monterrey Lineup
1) Azul & El Arkangel vs. Elder & Sol Azteca
2) Extreme Boy & Ultimo Sombra vs. Gallardo & Gato Fantasma
3) Epydemius & Lince vs. Obsession & Tormento
4) Metaleon & Ultimo Ninja vs. Golden & Ninja Jr.
5) Hijo de L.A. Park & Laredo Kid vs. Delta & Galactar
6) Fatal 4-Way: L.A. Park vs. Volador Jr. vs. Rush vs. Caifan I

IWRG 07/03 Arena Naucalpan Results
1) Atomic Star def. Fireman
2) Dragon Fly, Hijo del Alebrije, & The Tiger def. Diablo Jr., El Hijo del Diablo, & Imposible
3) Apolo Estrada Jr., Dr. Cerebro, & Relampago def. Emperador Azteca, Freelance, & Zatura
4) Eterno, Negro Navarro, & Toscano def. Black Terry, Chicano, & Danny Casas
5) Canis Lupus & Mascara Ano 2000 Jr. def. Hijo de Dos Caras & Mr. Electro

IWRG 07/06 Arena Naucalpan Results
1) Guerrero 2000 & Osiris def. Magic Dragon & Salchichita
2) Keiser Drago & Omega def. Enigma & Keshin Black
3) Alas de Acero, Aramis, & Fireman def. Atomic Star, Demonio Infernal, & Skanda
4) Dragon Fly, Emperador Azteca, & Zatura def. Diablo Jr., Imposible, & Violencia Jr.
5) Apolo Estrada Jr., Canis Lupus, Eterno, & Relampago def. Los Tortugas Ninja (Leo II, Mike, Rafy, & Teelo)

IWRG 07/10 Arena Naucalpan Lineup
1) Black Dragon & Dragon Fly vs. Atomic Star & Demonio Infernal
2) Los Tortugas Ninja vs. Hip Hop Man, Killer Jr., Skanda, & Violencia Jr.
3) Diablo Jr., El Hijo del Diablo, & Imposible vs. Cerebro Negro, Dr. Cerebro, & Dr. Karonte Jr.
4) Danny Casas, HIjo de Dos Caras, & Super Nova vs. Herodes Jr., Negro Navarro, & Toscano
5) Mascara Ano 2000 Jr. vs. Mr. Electro

DTU 07/15 Arena Neza Lineup
1) Erwin & Irving vs. Masizito Porrito
2) Fatal 4-Way: Moria vs. Nino de Cobra vs. Zafiro vs. Fly Danger
3) Jimmy & Kevin vs. Flyer & Robin
4) Scramble Match: Zeuxis vs. Felina Metalica vs. La Magnifica vs. Zuzu Divine vs. Lady Maravilla
5) Dragon Rojo Jr. & Polvora vs. Drastik Boy & Ronnie Mendoza
6) Triple Threat: Black Fire vs. Tony Iron vs. Lokillo
7) DTU Nexo Titles Triple Threat: Titan & Triton (c) vs. Dr. Cerebro & Motocross vs. Pesadilla & Rocky Lobo
8) Copa Ultraviolentia Tables, Ladders, & Chairs Match: Ciclope vs. Aeroboy
9) DTU Consgrado Title Steel Cage Match: Sharlie Rockstar (c) vs. Ovett vs. Ripper vs. Crazy Boy vs. Paranoiko vs. Angel o Demonio

MLA 07/17 “The Reckoning” Norcross, GA Lineup
1) Alex Cruz & David Tita vs. The Lynch Mob
2) Vary Morales, Oraculo, & Serpentico vs. The Black Fear
3) CLL International All-Star Title: Shynron (c) vs. Septimo Dragon
4) Mr. 450 vs. Drago
5) MLA Title & PdM Light Heavyweight Title Triple Threat: Tigre del Ring (MLA Champ) vs. Fenix (PdM Champ) vs. Pentagon Jr.
– Pentagon Jr. just won the AAA Latin American Title in Mexico so it will be interesting to see if Mr. “Cero Miedo” agrees to put his title on the line as well in that already loaded Main Event.

LuchaMemes 07/17 Coliseo Coacalco Lineup
1) Aramis vs. Black Terry
2) Alas de Acero & Iron Kid vs. Dowki & Hanaoka
3) Drastik Boy vs. Freelance
4) Demasiado vs. Soberano Jr.
5) Caifan I vs. Rush

LLDLJ 07/17 Arena Victoria Lineup
1) TBA vs. TBA
2) Fulgor I & Fulgor II vs. Fly Danger & Moria
3) Triple Threat: Rey Celestial vs. Fandango vs. Sadico
4) Andy Boy, Danger King, & Guerrero Mixtico vs. Kilvan, Shadow, & Yoruba
5) Triple Threat: Brole, Mini Multifacetico, & Prayer vs. Arez, Belial, & Impulso vs. Centvrion, Fly Warrior, & Latigo
6) Super Libre Match: Wotan vs. Terremoto Negro
7) Bull Terrier Match: La Magnifica vs. Ludark Shaitan

MDA 07/17 Arena Coliseo Monterrey Lineup
1) Babe Fox vs. Chocolata
2) Tekilita vs. Chamaco Gurrola
3) Estrellita & Sanely vs. Muneca de Plata & Tiffany
4) Epydemius, Ninja Jr., Obsession, & Ultimo Ninja vs. Golden Magic, Lince, Metaleon, & Tormento
5) Tigre Uno & Galactar vs. Delta & Dragon Lee
6) Volador Jr., La Mascara, & Caifan I vs. Mr. Niebla, Pierroth, & Rush
– It is very unlikely that Dragon Lee will be able to work that match as he is still out with a knee injury.

CaraLucha 07/23 Arena San Juan Pantitlan Lineup
1) Astrolux vs. Black Metal
2) Demasiado & Fiero vs. Adrenalina Fly & Gladiola Negra
3) Lady Maravilla, Templario, & Wasson vs. Brian Villa, Chika Tormenta, & Willy Banderas
4) Andy Boy, Rayo Star, & Sky Man vs. Crazy King, El Enviado, & Estrella Oriental Jr.
5) Casanova Tag Team Titles: Makabre & Rayman (c) vs. Danger & Guerrero Mixtico
6) Diamante Azul & Hechicero vs. Herodes Jr. & Trauma I

WS 08/07 Santiago, Chile Lineup
1) Chavo Guerrero Jr. vs. Mr. Anderson
2) CHILE Title: Alex Hero (c) vs. Twiggy
3) Submission Title #1 Contenders Match: Drago vs. Mr. 450
4) Brian Cage vs. Leon Apolo
5) WS Womens Title: Santana Garrett (c) vs. Ivelisse Velez
6) WS Submission Title: Ricochet vs. Pentagon Jr.
7) The Hardy Boyz (Jeff & Matt Hardy) vs. The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson)


  1. love your recaps of viva la lucha josh..been wondering if you where going to still do these once the new skin or look for wrestleview happened.

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