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CMLL, 06/05, Arena Mexico

1) Astro Boy & Bengala def. Caligula & Messala (15:24)

2) Amapola, La Nazi & Princesa Blanca def. Dark Angel, Lluvia & Sahori (9:46)

3) Heavy Metal, Misterioso II & Shigeo Okumura def. La Mascara, Metro & Sagrado (12:24)

4) CMLL Universal Title Eightfinal: Black Warrior def. Mascara Dorada (2:53)

5) CMLL Universal Title Eightfinal: Texano Jr. def. Hijo del Fantasma (1:18)

6) CMLL Universal Title Eightfinal: Averno def. Dragon Rojo Jr. (4:32)

7) CMLL Universal Title Eightfinal: La Sombra def. Sangre Azteca (3:33)

8) CMLL Universal Title Quarterfinal: Texano Jr. def. Black Warrior (1:21)

9) CMLL Universal Title Quarterfinal: La Sombra def. Averno (4:32)

10) CMLL Universal Title Semifinal: Texano Jr. def. La Sombra (3:38)

11) Hector Garza, Shocker & Volador Jr. def. Dos Caras Jr., Naito & Yujiro via disqualification (15:07)

Texano Jr. изненада света и се класира за финала след две седмици (лошо няма - млада надежда като него заслужава подобно нещо). В main event-a Dos Caras е бил дисквалифициран след като е ударил Shocker в...сещате се къде.

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CMLL, 06/12, Arena Mexico

1) Pierrothito, Pequeno Damian & Pequeno Black Warrior def. Mascarita Dorada, Shockercito & Pequeno Olimpico (09:02)

2) Sagrado, Valiente & Maximo def. Virus, Misterioso II & Shigeo Okumura (10:04)

3) Atlantis, Mr. Niebla & Black Warrior def. Blue Panther, La Sombra & Toscano (12:10)

4) CMLL Universal Title Eightfinal: Hector Garza def. Mephisto (7:11)

5) CMLL Universal Title Eightfinal: Mistico def. Hefesto (3:59)

6) CMLL Universal Title Eightfinal: Ultimo Guerrero def. Volador Jr. (3:51)

7) CMLL Universal Title Eightfinal: Negro Casas def. La Mascara (2:23)

8) CMLL Universal Title Quarterfinal: Mistico def. Hector Garza (3:29)

9) CMLL Universal Title Quarterfinal: Ultimo Guerrero def. Negro Casas (3:47)

10) CMLL Universal Title Semifinal: Ultimo Guerrero def. Mistico (4:38)

11) Shocker def. Dos Caras Jr. via disqualification (15:14)

Main event was a battle of guys faking fouls. Dos got the first fall by faking one, Shocker tied it up with an armbreaker, and faked his own foul for the win.

Story of the tournament was the final. Mistico sent UG out with a headscissors and followed with a tornillo, but UG moved out of the way and Mistico hit the floor unimpeded. Guerrero brought back in, added a Guerrero Special, and got the clean pin. Mistico was strechered out after. This is the first (documented) match ever where Ultimo Guerrero defated Mistico in a singles match – he was at least 0-10 before this.

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CMLL, 06/19, Arena Mexico

1) Bengala & Sensei def. Inquisidor & Semental

2) Flash, Pegasso & Rey Cometa def. Arkangel de la Muerte, Hooligan & Skandalo

3) Lightning Match (1 fall, 10-minute time limit): Dark Angel def. Princesa Sujei

4) Los Hijos del Averno (Averno, Ephesto & Mephisto) def. La Mascara, Maximo & Sagrado

5) Hector Garza, Mistico & Volador Jr. def. La Peste Negra (Felino, Mr. Niebla & Negro Casas) via disqualification

6) CMLL Universal Title tournament final: Ultimo Guerrero def. Texano Jr. to become the 1st CMLL Universal champion

Main event went about 16 minutes, with most of that being in the final fall as usual. UG got Texano clean with the Guerrero Special for the win. Usual mask/hair challenges after.

Mistico jumped Peste Negra to start their match and the tecnicos took fall one. Rudos came back to take fall two. Volador & Garza diced onto Felino & Niebla at the end of the third, and Negro yanked Mistico’s mask for the DQ.

Like the Amapola/Marcela match a while back, Dark Angel & Princesa Sujei ended very close to the time limit.

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По традиция 1 от 4-те топ шоута на CMLL за годината:

CMLL, 7/31/2009 – Arena Mexico

Attendance: 15 000

1. Escandalo, Euforia & Virus def. Flash, Metalico & Stuka Jr. (11:11)

2. Hijo del Fantasma, La Mascara & Sagrado def. Los Hijos del Averno (Averno, Ephesto & Mephisto) (14:14)

3. Mistico, La Sombra & Volador Jr. def. Atlantis, Mr. Niebla & Ultimo Guerrero by DQ when Mistico threw his mask at UG after UG did the same to him in the 2nd fall. (9:45)

4. Infierno del Ring Steel Cage where the loser gets shaved: Tetsuya Naito eliminated Toscano to win and Toscano was shaved. Order of Elimination: Mictlan, Heavy Metal, Blue Panther, Shigeo Okumura, Damian el Terrible, Maximo, Shocker, Hijo del Texano, Ray Mendoza Jr., Negro Casas, Hector Garza, Black Warrior, Yujiro, Toscano. (20:00)

- This is Toscano’s second hair loss in about 14 months.

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Card-ът зa шоуто по случай 76-тата годишнина на CMLL (по традиция топ шоуто на CMLL за годината):

CMLL, 09/18/2009, Arena Mexico

1. Dark Angel & Lady Apache vs. Amapola & Hiroka

2. Bam Bam, Elеctrico & Pequeno Olimpico vs. Pequeno Damian 666, Pequeno Warrior & Pierrothito

3. Hijo del Fantasma, Mascara Dorada & Sagrado vs. Dragon Rojo Jr., Misterioso II & Sangre Azteca

4. La Mascara, La Sombra & Volador Jr. vs. Los Hijos del Averno (Averno, Ephesto & Mephisto)

5. Black Warrior, Hector Garza, Shocker & Ultimo Guerrero vs. Jushin Liger, Naito, Yujiro & Shigeo Okumura

6. Mask vs. Hair Match: Mistico vs. Negro Casas

Между другото, скоро "Strongman" Jon Andersen ще направи CMLL дебюта си като партньор на Shocker. Личен mark out!

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CMLL 76th Anniversary Show preview

CMLL celebrates the 76th anniversary of the promotion tonight, with it's biggest show of the year. Just the same as every CMLL card, it's centered around the top couple of matches, with little more than a nod to possible future issues in the undercard.

Opener: Dark Angel & Lady Apache vs Amapola & Hiroka

CMLL's women are back on the card, after being left off last year's card. Lady Apache and Dark Angel (who appears to have a busy weekend in front of her) are CMLL's two most popular female wrestlers. Amapola is the current world champ, and Hiroka is...okay, but has no stronger reason for being included. It's surprising Princesa Blanca is not in her spot, as pushed as she's been this year after joining the rudas and winning the national women's title. It may be a coincidence, or a signal of plans for the main event, but not a single member of Negro Casas' Peste Negra group (Mr. Niebla & Felino) or anyone in the extended family (brother Heavy Metal, sister-in-law Blanca, and nephews Tiger Kid & Puma King) are scheduled to work this show. On the other side, it's a shame Marcela isn't includes on the tecnica side, since she may be the best working women in all of Mexico at the moment, but CMLL books it's openers as pairs matches, with few exceptions.

This should be a strong opener that'll get the crowd going. The CMLL audience seems to only just tolerate most women's matches, but genuinely likes Apache and Angel and will probably get a win for them here.

Second Match: Bam Bam, Eléctrico, Pequeño Olímpico vs Pequeño Damian 666, Pequeño Warrior, Pierrothito

A mixed bag. Outside of a special singles match in front of an unusually large crowd, this is probably the biggest pay day the native wrestlers will receive this year, so being included appears to be a reward for performance and reliability. Minis Pierroth, Damian and Bam Bam easily fit the performance criteria, with Pequeño Warrior not far off. Mini Olímpico is a veteran who's been around forever, if only a bit more noteworthy than his namesake's career. Eléctrico is the outlier. He's not hopeless, but he seems more project than polished. His biggest asset is his physique, which definitely is increasing in importance here, but still shouldn't be enough to put him ahead of those with more talent and more tenure.

The minis division has lagged behind it's success of 2008. While last year was about the top wrestlers battling it out, the few notable matches this year were centered around older wrestlers getting one last pay day by losing their mask, or their hair, or both over a couple months. Most of the rest has been filler. Occasionally pretty good, but usually filler. This is more of that. Not that it matters who wins, but the rudos getting a win seems to balance decisions elsewhere on this show.

Third Match: Hijo del Fantasma, Máscara Dorada, Sagrado vs Dragon Rojo Jr., Misterioso II, Sangre Azteca

The minis and the womens showcase the diversity of CMLL's product. The top 3 matches spotlight feuds or wrestlers. This is the one match which seems to exist only because there had to be six matches and to get these wrestlers on the show.

Sagrado, forever the Proto Man to Mistico's MegaMan, has evolved into a sort of midcard gatekeeper. If you're used in a better spot than him, you're actually relevant. Still trying to figure out if Mascara Dorada is above or below him; he started out with a similar botch filled first few months, settled down and improved when constantly booked against Virus and Felino, but remains inconsistent. He will certainly be spectacular, and hopefully will do so in a positive way. Hijo del Fantasma is secretly the next big tecnico star of this promotion; he's enough of what the fans like about Místico without coming off like a repeat (Sombra) or the baggage of years of stop and start pushes (Volador). He's got talent, a presence, and family connections, the best of all possible worlds here.

Rudos are a bit interesting. Dragon Rojo Jr. & Sangre Azteca are two third of the Poder Mexica trio. Black Warrior is third, and they've far exceeded expectations - the group seemed to exist only because these were the only three pushed rudos who were not yet in a group, but they've become the promotion's most entertaining rudo trio. The problem is Warrior seems less than interested in being in a trio, desiring to be a singles wrestler of more importance instead. While Warrior gets a little bit of that in the semimain, Misterioso - useful, but always lost in the mix - fills in here, as he's done a lot lately. As a permanent member, Misterioso would surely be more dedicated to the group concept, but Warrior gives the group much more relevance. Black Warrior carries himself as a star like few other and his inclusion demands the group be treated with more importance.

Two long paragraphs about the participants because there's not a lot to say about the match. It'll be okay to good, you'll have to track down someone's notes to remember the finish a week later. Flip a coin and figure the tecnicos win.

Fourth Match: La Máscara, La Sombra, Volador Jr. vs Averno, Ephesto, Mephisto

They could do this match while asleep. And they may, I guess. Sombra & Volador have faces Averno & Hijo de Avernos in countless iterations over the last few shows. It turns up a every couple months on TV, and much more often on spot shows. Averno, Mephisto and Ephesto are among the best in making high flyers looking good, and there are no shortage of high flyers to face off against in CMLL. Sombra and Volador are among the best, and the tag team champions after taking them from Averno & Mephisto early this year. CMLL has spent the interceding months attempting to push Volador & Sombra as the hottest team in the promotion, putting them over every available top rudo combination to build to as Mistico's (near) equals. It hasn't quite taken, but it's not quite over.

La Mascara is the extra man in here. In the last year, he's grown into his spot, and now seems to exist because of more than his family name. Strangely, he's done it by acquiring lucha libre's emphasizing of baseball's Old Hitter skills. What he does well is what you'd expect luchadors near the end of the careers to do: maybe a good dive or a showy armdrag, but his strength is being a solid wrestler who's going to hold up his end, and his finish is a classic lucha hold. He wrestles the match, and works the spots, you'd normally pencil in for an old star who's moving down the cards instead of someone going the other way. It works for CMLL, because there's no few actual old stars for that spot; they've either been turned rudo to work with the youngsters or they've been purged from the roster. La Mascara doesn't have the history to work that role, but it's better than having no role.

This match is probably best as a What If for the main event: Averno showing what might have happened had he gotten the main event instead of Negro Casas, and the tecnicos being examples for what might horribly gone wrong int he main event. If there's a spot for rudos to foul a tecnico and get away with it on this show, this is it.

Semimain: Black Warrior, Héctor Garza, Shocker Atlantis, Último Guerrero vs Jushin Liger, Naito, Shigeo Okumura, Yujiro

Actual matches that matter! This took long enough.

The story here is No Limit has been terrorizing the light heavyweights of CMLL since arriving, with things really picking up after Naito took Toscano's hair to win June's cage match. Since the moment that match ended, there's been build towards one of the unmasked tecnicos here - Garza, Shocker, and Warrior - avenging their countryman's loss against No Limit, who've accused the Mexicans of being scared. Meanwhile, Jushin Liger is managing to feud with the top tecnico and the top rudo simultaneously during his short stay here. He's presumably trying to even the score from Ultimo Guerrero beating him in the final of the International Gran Prix last time Liger was in Mexico, but it's more simply two (or three) guys declaring themselves the best in the world and fighting over the claim. Okumura rounds on the match because they needed someone who could speak both languages.

In the last few hours, CMLL's changed the lineup for the match. Atlantis is in Shocker's spot. Shocker last is known to have worked on Wednesday in Guadalajara, and no injury was mentioned by those reporting on the match.

CMLL's made this match very easy in the hype: it's the Mexicans putting aside their differences to prove their country is better than any other country. CMLL's fanbase, just the same as every other promotion, eats it up when the home team is able to fight off the invaders, and this will be no different. The Japan side has won nearly every match in the build up, including Liger going over both Guerrero and Místico in a three day span last week, both times fouling the Mexican wrestler and getting away with it for the win. That points to a fighting fire with fire finish. But who?

Liger is only here for a month, so there's gotta be some point where CMLL (and NJPW) make it clear if we're supposed to be hoping for him to have the big match with Ultimo Guerrero and Místico, and there's clearly more value in the Místico match. In other circumstances, Guerrero gets his loss back on Liger here, but it doesn't seem like worthwhile to have Liger lose in when he'll still be around for another 10 days. The other feud has long been telegraphing a Yujiro/Warrior hair match, with No Limit moving on to face Shocker & Garza after that, and that story is much more likely to be reflected in the finish here. Warrior picks up the pin here, and makes the hair match challenge, to get the date out in front of the largest possible crowd.

Main Event: Mistico vs Negro Casas [mask vs hair]

And this. This'll be the fourth time these two have met in Arena Mexico this year, plus one more in Arena Coliseo. They seem to have been holding back a little from the last two (from the little I've got to see, anyway.) The first two were so great, maybe the best CMLL has had in 2009, they made it obvious that this must be the anniversary main event. A mask vs mask match might have been more important, but this has been the feud of the year, and it's only right it ends this way. As is, it's still the best build anniversary main event in 3 years, since Mistico faced Black Warrior, the last time CMLL spent this much time on a build. 2007's main event was coasting on a hot promotion, and 2008's was a thrown together match when the one they wanted fell apart. This year, CMLL seemed to setup a couple of backup plans, but didn't actually need them.

It's reasonable for people who don't follow lucha libre to ask why people turn out for this match, or why people turn out for Santo mask matches or anyone else where the finish is clear as soon as the match is announced. It's not the way big matches are built elsewhere, but it's still a weird mix of sports and well read fiction. For those who will root for Mistico, this is like being in the building when your favorite team wins the championship. There's something towards surprises, but it'll matter more to you that you were in the building, that you got to see it, and that you were a little part of a really big moment of something you care about. If it's done right, it's an event you'll never forget, and you get to buy tickets in advancing knowing. Why wouldn't you want to be there?

Mistico will win, either with La Mistica or maybe with a casita, right in the middle of the ring. Not a single person will be surprised and it'll still go over great. Every match is a story, and if you're capable of telling a great story, it doesn't matter if everyone's heard the ending. Negro Casas is one of the greatest storytellers of his generation, maybe of all time, and no one brings more drama than Mistico. In my opinion the lucha libre MOTY at the moment is Mesias vs Dr. Wagner Jr. at TripleMania. Just as sure as Mistico is going to take Negro's hair, I expect this match to be challenging for that spot.

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CMLL 76th Anniversary show, 09/18/2009, Arena Mexico

Attendance: 18 000

1. Dark Angel & Lady Apache def. Amapola & Hiroka (11:09)

2. Bam Bam, Electrico, Pequeno Olimpico def. Pequeno Damian 666, Pequeno Warrior & Pierrothito (10:13)

3. Hijo del Fantasma, Mascara Dorada & Sagrado def. Dragon Rojo Jr., Misterioso II & Sangre Azteca (13:03)

4. La Mascara, La Sombra & Volador Jr. def. Averno, Ephesto & Mephisto via DQ (15:46)

5. Jushin Liger, Naito, Shigeo Okumura & Yujiro def. Black Warrior, Hector Garza, Atlantis & Ultimo Guerrero (11:23)

6. Mask vs. Hair: Mistico def. Negro Casas (25:14)

OK, the show was good, but definitely not great. I’d say both of the last two Dos Leyendas were better shows. The Arena was as full as I have ever seen it, so either a sell out or close to it. We were sitting 10th row on the right hand side of the ring if facing the entrance (right near the announce table). They redid the set around the entrance which looked very nice. Crowd was into the show the whole night.

Show opened with a video recapping the main events back to the 71st anniversary followed by the usual big show dance number.

Women’s match was good and got the crowd going but was pretty quick.

Minis was a surprise since it only went two falls with the tecnicos winning clean in both. Bam Bam was attempting an asai moonsault when Pierrothito kicked the middle rope. Bam Bam fell awkwardly hitting his head on the ring apron. So, either this is the reason they went with Electrico getting the clean submission on Pierrothito or they are maybe planning a singles match. This match felt a little rushed and wasn’t the minis best work

Tercera was solid all around. Misterioso II made his entrance with Dragon and Sangre and even got a Poder Mexica outfit. Maybe he gets to be an official member. Everyone came out of this match looking good, but the crowd would have erupted for a Poder Mexica victory. Everyone seems to be starting to wonder when the rudos are going to get their win now.

La Sombra is in full on black Spiderman costume for his match. Volador seems to have some sort of painted on latex shirt and a mask that is half Volador and half kind of Jokerish. More on his outfit and the dangers of wearing a something new to the biggest show of the year in a minute. Triad’s outfits match more than normal (and by that I mean that they actually got Ephesto matching tights this time). Volador looked awful in this match. Not sure if there was something wrong with him coming in or if something happened in the first fall that I missed. Averno hit his finisher on Volador at the end of the first fall off of the ropes and Volador’s mask fell completely off mid move. Averno actually covered Volador’s face during the pin. Not even possible to pretend that Averno did it on purpose since he had his hands behind Volador’s back for the move. Things just continued to get weirder from here. Volador sat down in the tecnico’s corner and Mascara started stretching his legs for him and adjusting his boots. Not sure if he was having leg/cramping problems before the match or if the boots were causing issues for him. He worked a little at the beginning of the second fall, did a dive on one of the rudos where he barely cleared the second rope and almost didn’t make it to his opponent. I’m pretty sure he stayed on the ground for the rest of the second fall and medical staff took off one of his boots. He went back and sat on the ring apron for the beginning of the third with only one boot on, did a few moves, got help taking the second boot off, did a top rope splash, and then worked the finish with Averno. In the arena, it came off like he scored the pin on Averno after some weak interaction and his mask just fell off again. He stood up, got his arm raised and then laid back down and called for the stretcher. The whole thing was very odd and it looked like things would have gone better if they had called an audible and done a different ending that didn’t involve him. Crowd seemed kind of confused by the whole thing.

Mexico vs Japan of course got the crowd going strong again. The match was pretty solid, but nothing spectacular. Team Japan did a good job playing to the crowd for reactions and Team Mexico played its role fine. Nice dives at the end of the first fall, and Yujiro wound up with a huge welt across his back. Since Ultimo had ripped his mask earlier in the night, Liger’s face was completely exposed on the first brainbuster he hit.

Mistico vs Negro Casas was decent, but not as good as the Dos Leyendas match in my opinion. Some of that was probably due to the fact that they could do a surprise ending to the title match earlier in the year. Felino was awesome. The seconds were sent to the back during the first fall. Negro was playing the crowd perfectly for most of the night. They probably should have taken the bit from the Cadena Tres trios match earlier this year and let Mistico get a little rudo here since the crowd was pretty evenly split. My wife described the ending of the match as anticlimactic and that kind of summed it up. It looked like they were setting up for a Spanish Fly, and maybe Casas lost his balance or started to go into the move before Mistico was ready. They sort of improvised into a weak looking armdrag from the top rope, but it was clearly a blown spot. Mistico then went up top and hit a swanton bomb. I think everyone was expecting a kick out and one more spot after the blown spanish fly and was kind of surprised to hear the three count. Felino tried to keep Casas from giving up his hair, and Negro’s daughters (I’m assuming) were brought to the ring post match. Negro pushed Felino away and let Mistico cut off some locks, got a few more trimmed and left the ring while they ran the post match angle. Not sure if he was annoyed with the ending of the match or just trying to get out of the way of Felino/Mistico brawl, but I was a little surprised that Negro didn’t stick around for the full headshaving. Just seems like something he would want to do right on this big of a show. The barber guy kind of looked confused as Casas was walking up the ramp too.

Like I said, this certainly wasn’t the best show I’ve seen at Arena Mexico, but since it is likely going to be the only Anniversary show I make it to, I’m still glad that I went. Most of the matches were at least decent, but I had higher hopes for the main event.

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CMLL, 10/09/2009, Arena Mexico

1. Delta & Diamante def. Disturbio & Escorpion

2. Dark Angel, Lluvia & Marcela def. Amapola, Princesa Sujei & Zeuxis via DQ when Sujei pulled Lluvia's mask off

3. Misterioso II def. Maximo (6:51)

4. La Mascara, Sagrado, Valiente def. Dragon Rojo Jr., Sangre Azteca & Virus (15:34)

5. La Sombra, Mascara Dorada & Volador Jr. def. Los Hijos del Averno (Averno, Ephesto & Mephisto) via DQ when Averno pulled Volador's mask off (19:40)

6. Black Warrior, Shocker & Strong Man def. Naito, Shigeo Okumura & Yujiro (14:00)

Tecnicos won the main event clean, taking the last two falls. Strong Man got Okumura with a chokebomb and Warrior hit his legdrop on Yujiro in the deciding fall. Strong Man was very powerful and charismatic but needs to learn how lucha libre matches work. They aired a promo with Shocker and Strongman in between the last few matches.

Delta looked really good in the opener.

Escorpion was injured in that match.

След месец и половина hype, миналата седмица "Strongman" Jon Andersen дебютира и беше направо в главните мачове, а сега направи дебюта си и в главното шоу на CMLL. Фен съм му от известно време насам и здраво се кефя, че получава толкова мощен push. Снимки на Strong Man от CMLL:

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Main event-ът следващата седмица е Yujiro vs. Black Warrior в hair vs. hair мач!

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CMLL, 10/16/2009, Arena Mexico

Attendance: 10 500

1. Molotov & Starman def. Artillero & Super Comando (15:51)

2. Amapola, Hiroka & Princesa Sujei def. Estrella Magica, Lluvia & Marcela (13:24)

3. Hijo del Fantasma, Stuka Jr. & Valiente def. Poder Mexica (Dragon Rojo Jr., Misterioso II & Sangre Azteca) (14:56)

4. Lightning Match (one fall match): Volador Jr. def. Averno with a Spanish Fly (10:59)

5. Mistico, Shocker & Strong Man def. Atlantis, Negro Casas & Ultimo Guerrero via DQ in the second fall when Ultimo fouled Strong Man (14:42)

6. Hair vs. Hair Match: Yujiro def. Black Warrior (6:56)

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CMLL направиха нещо необичайно и пуснаха main event cage мач с 12 lowercard кечисти. Кечистите:

Tigre Blanco, Flash, Angel de Oro, Rey Cometa, Pegasso, Astro Boy (един от братята на Mistico)

Polvora, Hooligan, Dr. X, Arkangel de la Muerte, Skandalo, Tiger Kid

CMLL, 10/18/2009, Arena Mexico

1. Pequeño Damian 666, Pequeño Nitro & Pequeño Universo 2000 def. Bam Bam, Mascarita Dorada & Pequeño Olimpico

2. Heavy Metal, Naito & Terrible def. Metro, Toscano & Volador Jr.

3. Strong Man def. Ultimo Guerrero via DQ in the second fall

4. 12-man Cage Match, Loser Must Unmask: Polvora def. Tigre Blanco. The other participants were: Angel de Oro, Arkangel de la Muerte, Flash, Skandalo, Rey Cometa, Dr. X, Pegasso, Tiger Kid, Hooligan and Astro Boy.

The cage match is listed in reverse order of escape (so Astro Boy was out first, Hooligan, etc.). When it got down to the final four, Arkangel helped Polvora, then snuck out on him. Angel de Oro did something similar to Tigre Blanco. Blanco/Polvora had a four minute match, with Polvora hitting a wheelbarrow powerbomb for the win.

Tigre Blanco is Sergio Guzman Silva, 35 years, 15 years a wrestler, from Mexico City.

Strong Man won in straight falls. He won the first fall clean, then hit his Strong Bomb in the second. Ultimo Guerrero threw his mask at him in desperation and Strong Man caught it, but referee saw Ultimo throwing the mask and called for the correct disqualification. The story is Strong Man might not have gotten the pinfall win, but he otherwise dominated him. The fans are getting behind Strong Man and this was his best match since coming in.

The crowd was about 4 000 people.

Tigre Blanco без маска:

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По традиция едно от топ шоутата на CMLL за годината:

CMLL Sin Salida, 12/04/2009, Arena Mexico

1. Pegasso, Rey Cometa & Rouge vs. Hooligan, Loco Max & Skándalo

2. Lightning Match [1 fall match]: Mascarita Dorada vs. Pequeño Damian 666

3. Brazo de Plata, La Máscara & Máximo vs. Felino, Misterioso II & Negro Casas

4. Héctor Garza, Místico & Strong Man vs. Atlantis, Mr. Niebla & Último Guerrero

5. CMLL World Tag Team Titles: La Sombra & Volador Jr. © vs. Ephesto & Mephisto

6. Double Hair vs. Hair Match: Terrible & Texano Jr. vs. NO LIMIT (Naito & Yujiro)

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CMLL Sin Salida, 12/04/2009, Arena Mexico

1. Pegasso, Rey Cometa & Rush beat Escandalo, Hooligan & Loco Max

2. Lightning Match: Mascarita Dorada defeated Pequeno Damian 666

3. La Avalancha Alvarado (Brazo de Plata, La Mascara &Maximo) beat Felino, Misterioso II & Negro Casas

4. Hector Garza, Mistico & Strongman defeated Atlantis, Mr. Niebla & Ultimo Guerrero with Niebla injuring his arm here and having to be taken to the hospital after the match.

5. CMLL Tag Titles: La Sombra & Volador Jr. © beat Ephesto & Mephisto to retain their titles in the best of the night.

6. Double Hair vs. Hair Match: el Terrible & Hijo del Texano defeated NO LIMIT (Tetsuya Naito & Yujiro Takahashi). Mima Shimoda came down at one point to distract the Mexicans but La Nazi would come down to chase her off. Texano would be eliminated first so Terrible had to go it alone and eliminated both Japanese himself.

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Mistico turns rudo/heel?!

CMLL, 01/22/2010, Arena Mexico

Attendance: 12 000

1. Apocalipsis & Inquisidor def. Sensei & Trueno (16:21)

2. Diamante, Metálico & Pegasso def. Bronco, Dr. X & Hooligan (11:37)

3. Ángel de Oro, Fuego & Metro def. Cancerbero, Raciel & Virus via DQ (8:07)

4. Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles eightfinal: Atlantis & Máscara Dorada def. Dragon Rojo Jr. & La Sombra (7:28)

5. Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles eightfinal: Máximo & Mr. Niebla def. Blue Panther & Misterioso II (7:11)

6. Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles eightfinal: Averno & Místico def. Ephesto & Euforia (3:48)

7. Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles eightfinal: Terrible & Volador Jr. def. Hijo del Fantasma & Mephisto (5:31)

8. Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles quarterfinal: Atlantis & Máscara Dorada def. Máximo & Mr. Niebla (2:20)

9. Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles quarterfinal: Averno & Místico def. Terrible & Volador Jr. (8:08)

10. Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles semifinal: Atlantis & Máscara Dorada def. Averno & Místico (5:00)

11. CMLL Heavyweight Title: Último Guerrero © def. Héctor Garza to retain his Title (13:49)

Metalico beat Hooligan to win their match, and Hooligan beat him up after the match.

Virus pulled Metro’s mask for the DQ in the second fall of their match, giving the tecnicos a 2-0 win.

Averno/Mistico and Sombra/Dragon had mixed outfits. Atlantis was wearing his white tecnico mask.

No report of any team having internal issues. The Niebla/Maximo team was popular with the crowd. Their first fall win was after a Maximo kiss of Blue Panther, but they lost the second round after Maximo tried to kiss Atlantis and got his stinky partner instead.

Prior to the tag team tournment Mistico was talking about trying to calm down Averno and focus him in this tournament. Seems like it was actually Averno who was influencing Mistico. In the quarterfinal match with Volador & Terrible, Mistico went after his Super Sky Team partner. Mistico ripped up Volador’s mask, and Volador fought back with his own mask ripping. With the referee distracted, Mistico low blowed Volador for the win (which got a monster reaction from the crowd). After the match, Mistico got the microphone and proclaimed all is fair in war to defend Mexico City. Volador responded, but Mistico threw a beer in his face and pummeled him.

In an interview in the back, Mistico said he’d face Volador in a title match or a mask match, if Volador wanted it.

Mistico continued these tactics in the semifinal, ripping up Dorada’s mask. Atlantis worked this match as a total tecnico. Dorada ended up taking out Mistico with a tope, and Atlantis got Averno with the Atlantida for the win. The Guadalajara duo will move on to face the winner of next week’s tournament. Dorada and Mistico had words after the match.

Main event was short-short-long, with Ultimo Guerrero winning cleanly using the Guerrero Special.

Holy shit!!! Мощна изненада, която направи нещата в CMLL пъти по-интересни. Нямам търпение да видя как ще се развият нещата около Mistico и tease-a за негов rudo turn. И да, комбинираната маска на Avernо/Mistico RULES!

Btw, за незапознатите: Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles е голям отборен турнир, в който CMLL направиха отбори от кечисти, родени в един и същи регион на Мексико, без значение кой е rudo/heel и кой е tecnico/face. Идеята е да се определи "най-добрият регион в Мексико". Втората част от турнира ще се състои следващата седмица.

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Volador Jr. defeats Mistico with Mistico's own finishing move!

CMLL, 02/05/2010, Arena Mexico

Attendance: 11 500

1. Leono & Tony Rivera beat Durango Kid & Inquisidor (12:10)

2. Princesa Blanca, Princesa Sugei & Raven Hiroka defeated Estrella Magica, Lluvia & Marcela (12:48)

3. Lightning Match: Hijo del Fantasma beat Rey Bucanero by DQ (6:59)

4. Blue Panther, Hector Garza & Shocker defeated el Terrible & Los Sicarios del Infierno (Averno & Mephisto) (19:43)

5. Torneo Nacionales De Parejas Increíbles - Final: Mascara Dorada & Atlantis beat La Mascara & Negro Casas (24:09)

6. Volador Jr. defeated Mistico (20:57)

Mistico was very aggressive in this match. Mistico jumped Volador before the match, and ripped up that mask, getting DQed in the first fall. A fan threw Volador a new mask and Mistico ripped that one up. Someone sent a third Volador mask out from the back and Mistico tore that one up too. Mistico ended up tossing his own mask to Volador, behind the ref’s back, to draw a DQ win in the second fall, tying it up. Crowd actually seemed to get behind Mistico in the third fall. Mistico tried La Mistica, Volador escaped, Volador tried La Mistica, Mistico did NOT escape. Volador beat Mistico with his own hold, and will get a Mexican Lightheavyweight Title match next week in a rematch.

The Guadalajara duo of Atlantis & Mascara Dorada defeated the crowd favorites from Distrito Federal, Negro Casas & La Mascara. It was a technical match, to set it up the main event as a strong contrast. DF took the first, GDL took the last two (Atlantida on Negro, La Mascara counted after a Dorada dive.) This tournament seems to have been a pretty strong success and it should be back next year for DF to get their win.

Bucanero was DQed for pulling Fantasma’s mask.

Rudas won their match in straight falls.

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Volador Jr. wins the Title but Mistico keeps the belt!

CMLL, 02/12/2010, Arena Mexico

Attendance: 13 000

1. Delta & Guerrero Maya Jr. def. Disturbio & Inquisidor (12:50)

2. Bam Bam, Bracito de Oro & Fantasy def. Pequeño Universo 2000, Pequeño Violencia & Pequeño Warrior by disqualification (12:28)

3. Lightning Match: Stuka Jr. def. Virus (8:12)

4. Los Guerreros de la Atlántida (Atlantis, Rey Bucanero & Último Guerrero) def. Hijo del Fantasma, Máximo & Valiente (13:29)

5. Brazo de Plata, La Sombra & Strong Man def. La Peste Negra (Felino, Mr. Niebla & Negro Casas) (13:32)

6. Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship: Volador Jr. def. Místico © to win the Title! (19:41)

Volador Jr. won the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship, becoming the 61st champion. At the end of the night, Mistico is the one who walked home with the belt.

Volador took the first fall with a La Mistica. Mistico took the second with a mask yank and cradle. Third fall saw Mistico kick out of Volador’s moonsault sideslam. Mistico went for a casita to finish Volador, Volador reversed it to his own cradle and GRABBED THE ROPES for the win. Yes, Volador cheated to win!

Mistico lost his mind after the match, spearing Volador as the new champ was handed his belt and ripping up his gear. Mistico grabbed the belt back and hit Volador with it to lay him out. Tigre Hispano, the referee of the match, tried to break it up, but Mistico smacked him with the belt and then fouled the official as well. Mistico held onto the belt and started running up the ramp, only stopping to taunt the fans (who then started throwing beer glasses at him).

Semimain was said to be a good comedy match.

The fourth match was the best match on the show.

In the minis match Mini Warrior pulled Bracito's mask for the DQ.

The show as a whole was said to be good and attendance was once again way up. Mistico as a rudo seems to be drawing pretty good so far.

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Build-ът на враждата между Mistico & Volador Jr. и развитието на "rudo" Mistico продължават в пресата и радват здраво!

Mistico gave an interview to Super Luchas on Tuesday in Guadalajara and he reaffirmed to his fans that he is still the same Mistico, it's just that he has a problem with Volador Jr. who thinks that he is the true "Rey del Aire" a.k.a. "King of the Air". Mistico said that he is neither a rudo or tecnico - he is simply the best there is. He's a man of the people and his mission is to give them what they want and he knows that Arena Mexico is divided between him & Volador Jr. with a lot of fans upset at him for being rough towards him but it is what it is and they must accept this version of Mistico. Mistico said that Averno was his partner only in the Torneo Nacional Parejas and that was it nothing more nothing less because his name alone means more than any faction in Mexico so why would he lower himself to join Los Hijos del Averno. Mistico then declared the Super Sky Team (Mistico, Volador Jr. & La Sombra) dead because of Volador's jealousy of him saying that in the grouping of them & La Sombra, there was no leader and they were free to do what they wanted but came together as one in matches. Mistico said that Volador's negativity is hard to adapt with so he is through with him but would like to keep on teaming with La Sombra if he wants to continue teaming with him.

Mistico could be facing a suspension from the Distrito Federal Box y Lucha Commission after his actions from last Friday which featured him stealing the Mexican National Lt. Heavyweight Title belt and assaulting a refereee. Commission member El Fantasma told Ovaciones that this issue will be brought up at the weekly meeting and that Mistico should become more professional in handling his losses.

Mistico is becoming an even more polarizing figure around the fans and wrestlers of CMLL as fans gave some highly critical opinions of his action to Ovaciones with one suggesting Mistico may have kept the Mexican National Lt. Heavyweight Title belt in order to sell on the street to get money. Some tecnicos have also turned their backs on him with Sagrado, Shocker & La Sombra saying that they are highly disappointed in him for not returning the belt but Averno said that Mistico is finally becoming a man but he is far from being a real rudo yet.

The new Mexican National Lt. Heavyweight champion Volador Jr. said that Mistico is a sore loser because he was protected for so long winning so many matches that when someone gets the best of him, he gets petulent and lashes out at everyone. Volador said that the fans are supporting him heavily in this war with Mistico and that he isn't afraid of him but Mistico should be afraid of him because he has beaten him two weeks in a row and took his title. Volador said that the teachings of his father Super Parka and Satanico is coming to fruition right now with lots of hard work which Mistico hasn't done as he was a creation by the promotion and that hard work is shining through.

The Distrito Federal Box y Lucha commission had their meeting yesterday and they come to an agreement saying that if Mistico doesn't return the Mexican National Lt. Heavyweight Title belt to Volador Jr. by this Monday then he would be suspended for 15 days.
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Volador Jr. reclaims his stolen belt with help from La Sombra!

CMLL, 02/19/2010, Arena Mexico

Attendance: 11 000

1. Delta & Diamante def. Puma King & Tiger Kid (15:49)

2. Pequeño Universo 2000, Pequeño Warrior & Pierrothito def. Bracito de Oro, Eléctrico & Mascarita Dorada (13:24)

3. Dragon Rojo Jr., Misterioso II & Shigeo Okumura def. Ángel de Oro, Ángel de Plata & Sagrado (14:14)

4. Lightning Match: La Sombra def. Felino by disqualification (9:21)

5. Naito, Ray Mendoza Jr. & Taichi def. Máximo, Mr. Niebla & Strong Man (14:40)

6. Héctor Garza, Último Guerrero & Volador Jr. def. La Máscara, Místico & Negro Casas via disqualification (8:33)

Pequeno Warrior fouled and pinned Bracito de Oro, then challenges him to a mask vs. mask match. CMLL.com reports Warrior did another promo backstage, also challenging Bam Bam (to a CMLL Minis Title match), Pierroth (to a Mexican Lightweight Title match) and Mascarita Dorada (to a mask vs. mask match).

Sombra/Felino was the best match of the night. Puma King came to the ramp, which distracted the referee. Sombra alertly pulled Felino’s mask and cradled him, so Puma King ran in and broke it up for the DQ.

Taichi’s team won in straight falls in a comedy match. They managed to pin Strong Man in the second fall by triple teaming him.

Negro Casas came to the ring with a trash bag – that had his belts in it. Mistico still had the light heavyweight title. Volador walked towards Mistico during his entrance, which was just a distraction to set up Sombra sneaking up from behind, grabbing the belt back. That didn’t last long – Felino attacked Sombra, taking his mask and Mistico got the belt back.

Garza got Mascara and UG beat Negro Casas for the first fall. Negro beat Garza and Mascara put UG in the campana for the second fall. Mistico was dominating Volador in the corner, the referee (Babe Richard) told Mistico to let Volador out and Mistico shoved him down. DQ.

Commissioner Scorpio stole the light heavyweight belt and gave it to Volador, while Mistico proclaimed he didn’t care about that title, or Rey del Aire, or the boos from the fans, only making Volador looking bad and taking his mask. Volador then accepted the mask match challenge so we will see where this goes. And then they fought again.

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Миналият петък CMLL връчиха наградите си за 2009. Наградите бяха определени чрез гласуване в сайта на федерацията. Резултатите:

Best Newcomer

1. Angel de Oro

2. Diamante

3. Delta

Most Improved

1. Dragon Rojo Jr.

2. Mascara Dorada

3. Vengelis

Best Female

1. Amapola

2. Dark Angel (Sarita)

3. Marcela

Best Mini

1. Mascarita Dorada

2. Pierrothito

3. Electrico

Best Foreigner

1. Strong Man (Jon Andersen)

2. Tetsuya Naito

3. Yujiro Takahashi

Best Tag Team

1. Volador Jr. & La Sombra

2. El Terrible & Texano Jr.

3. Averno & Mephisto

Best Trio

1. Angeles Rebeldes (Hector Garza, Hijo del Fantasma & La Mascara)

2. Los Hijos del Averno (Averno, Mephisto & Ephesto)

3. Los Guerreros de la Atlantida (Ultimo Guerrero, Atlantis & Rey Bucanero)

Best Tecnico (babyface)

1. La Mascara

2. Blue Panther

3. Hector Garza

Best Rudo (heel)

1. Ultimo Guerrero

2. Mr. Niebla

3. El Terrible

Most Popular

1. Volador Jr.

2. Mistico

3. Mr. Niebla

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Mistico & Felino challenge Volador Jr. & La Sombra to mascaras contra mascaras!

CMLL, 02/26/2010, Arena Mexico

Attendance: 11 200

1. Astro Boy, Guerrero Maya Jr. & Molotov def. Los Hombres del Camoflaje (Artillero & Super Comando) & Semental by DQ when Artillero ripped off Molotov's mask (14:49).

2. Fuego, Pegasso & Rey Cometa def. Arkangel de la Muerte, Escandalo & Loco Max (13:10).

3. Lightning Match: Mephisto def. Hijo del Fantasma with a Tiger Driver ‘91 (9:44). Fantasma was sterchered out.

4. La Mascara, Shocker & Toscano def. Maximo, Mr. Niebla & Dragon Rojo Jr (20:00). Que Monito was with Shocker's team for the match, much to the disappointement of Maximo & Niebla. Tecnicos took the first fall, rudos took the second. After that fall, Dragon Rojo wanted revenge on Monito for something that happened earlier, but Niebla & Maximo stopped him. Shocker kicked at Dragon Rojo, but missed and hit Monito! Shocker apologized to Monito, but Monito was angry and ditched him. Mr. Niebla tried to get Monito on his side, but Monito walked off on him as well. All the stuff with Que Monito got a huge response from the crowd. Mascara and Toscano won the fall and the match for the tecnicos.

5. El Terrible, Hijo del Texano & Ultimo Guerrero def. Taichi Ishikari, Ray Mendoza Jr. & Tetsuya Naito when UG hit Mendoza with a powerbomb (13:50). Ishikari has yet to be pinned in Mexico.

6. La Sombra, Volador Jr. & Mascara Dorada def. Mistico, Felino & Negro Casas (18:28). Casas submitted Dorada to take the first fall, Dorada and Sombra got casitas on the Casas brothers (Negro & Felino) to win the second. In the third, Sombra pulled Mistico’s mask and Volador rolled him up. After the match, Felino and Mistico decided to join forces and challenge Volador & Sombra to a tag team mask match. Volador & Sombra walked away without answering.

Note: Much like all the other shows since Mistico turned rudo, attendance was again very strong.

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Card-ът за по традиция едно от топ шоута на CMLL за годината:

CMLL Dos Leyendas, 03/19/2010, Arena Mexico

1. Ángel de Oro, Fuego & Stuka Jr. vs. Dragon Rojo Jr., Misterioso II & Sangre Azteca

2. Hijo del Fantasma, Máscara Dorada & Valiente vs. Mephisto, Terrible & Texano Jr.

3. Blue Panther, Brazo de Plata & La Máscara vs. Negro Casas, Ray Mendoza Jr. & Taichi

4. Héctor Garza, Máximo & Mr. Niebla vs. Los Guerreros de la Atlantida (Atlantis, Rey Bucanero & Último Guerrero)

5. First Two Eliminated Face Off In The Main Event: Felino & Místico vs. La Sombra & Volador Jr.

6. Mask vs. Mask Match: ??? vs. ???

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Felino unmasked!

CMLL Dos Leyendas, 03/19/2010, Arena Mexico, Mexico City

Attendance: 17 500

1. Dragon Rojo Jr., Misterioso II & Sangre Azteca def. Ángel de Oro, Fuego & Stuka Jr.

2. Los Hijos del Averno (Mephisto, Terrible & Texano Jr.) def. Hijo del Fantasma, Máscara Dorada & Valiente

= Los Villanos appeared to honor Ray Mendoza.

3. Blue Panther, Brazo de Plata (Super Porky) & La Máscara def. Okumura, Ray Mendoza Jr. & Taichi via disqualification - Negro Casas didn't wrestle as advertised. He was replaced by Okumura. Two straight fall win for the tecnicos. DQ for Taichi pulling Mascara’s mask.

4. Héctor Garza, Máximo & Negro Casas def. Los Guerreros de la Atlantida (Atlantis, Rey Bucanero & Último Guerrero) - Negro Casas wrestled here, replacing Mr. Niebla (no idea why). Maximo wins by beating Rey.

5. First Two Eliminated Face Off In The Main Event: Volador Jr. & Místico def. Felino & La Sombra - Sombra was pinned by Mistico and Felino was pinned by Volador.

6. Mask vs. Mask Match: La Sombra def. Felino via casita. Felino unmasked as Jorge Ruiz Casas, 45 years-old, 28 years experience from Mexico City.

The crowd was very lively and pro-rudo and in the last match they were going nuts.

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След изключително успешната rudo turn история покрай Mistico, CMLL продължават да правят доста интересни неща и сега една от основните им истории е инвазия от indy звезди (бивши ААА/CMLL кечисти), която тече вече няколко седмици. Invasion групата се състои от Mr. Aguila, Psicosis, Histeria, Alebrije, Cuije, Maniaco, Olimpico, Monsther, Mascara Ano 2000, Universo 2000 и съдията Tirantes. Освен това от известно време насам върви и история с rudo/heel turn на Hector Garza, който сега обяви, че е против CMLL и е част от independent нашествието (и даже най-вероятно ще бъде лидер на групата).

Това шоу ще се състои в деня на Triplemania:

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CMLL, 06/06/2010, Arena Mexico, Mexico City

1) Mini Estrellas: Bam Bam & Shockercito vs. Pequeño Damian 666 & Pierrothito

2) CMLL vs. The Indepedents: Metro, Rush & Stuka Jr. vs. Histeria, Maniaco & Monsther

3) CMLL vs. The Indepedents: Hijo del Fantasma, La Máscara & Shocker vs. El Alebrije, Olímpico & Psicosis

4) Relevos Increíbles: Máscara Dorada, Místico & Mr. Águila vs. Averno, Negro Casas & Volador Jr.

5) CMLL vs. The Indepedents: Brazo de Plata (Super Porky), Rayo de Jalisco Jr. & Strong Man vs. Giant Bernard, Máscara Año 2000 & Universo 2000

* Relevos Increíbles - мач със смесени отбори (heels + faces)

Други интересни събития от CMLL:

= Jushin Thunder Liger е новия CMLL World Middleweight шампион след като наскоро победи Negro Casas в Япония. Скоро ще отиде в Мексико да защитава титлата.

= Hiroshi Tanahashi, Taichi Ishikari & Shigeo Okumura са новите CMLL Trios шампиони.

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