Archive for the ‘AAA’ Category
Posted by invizweb on August 14, 2009
Posted by invizweb on January 31, 2009
Reporter’s Note: As the run for Combat Hooligans has ended now I would like to thank Rich Tate, and for this article, and the many like it before, Kris Zellner. As “Dr. Lucha” Steve Sims has stated before, Kris is one of the premiere sources for lucha news in the English speaking language. His due diligence updates us Pro Wrestling fans with news and results daily. For that, I would concur Kris is one of the best wrestling journalists out there and “Hijo de Doctor Lucha.”
Hijo del Santo responded yesterday to some rumors that he would be working for AAA soon saying that even with the differences he has with Paco Alonso, he would always prefer working for them than AAA. Santo did say though that he highly doubts he would be returning to Arena Mexico anytime soon due to his problems with Paco and it’s a shame for the great fans that he would put his love of money over the wrestlers he employs.
AAA 1/29 – Circus Circus del Distrito Federal (night club show mainly for women)
1. Sexy Star/Mascarita Sagrada/Pimpinela Escarlata beat Fabi Apache/Mini Psicosis/Polvo de Estrellas
2. The Hart Foundation 2.0 (Jack Evans & Teddy Hart) defeated Alex Koslov & Rocky Romero
3. Elegido & El Mesias beat Kenzo Suzuki & Zorro
EMLL 1/30 – Arena Mexico
1. Astro Boy/Hijo del Faraon/Tony Rivera beat Apocalipsis/Inquisidor/Polvora
2. Mascara Purpura/Maximo/Rey Cometa defeated Felino/Vangelis/Virus
3. Mexican National Femenil Title: Princesa Blanca beat Marcela to win the title.
4. La Ola Lagunera (Black Warrior/Blue Panther/Ultimo Guerrero) defeated Averno/Mephisto/Villano V by DQ when Villano III attacked Panther.
5. Atlantis/Negro Casas/Mr. Niebla beat Mistico/La Sombra/Volador Jr. after Negro & Niebla ripped Sombra & Volador’s masks and pinned them to set up a future CMLL Tag Titles match.
Posted by invizweb on December 8, 2008
Thanks again to Kris Z.
Perro Aguayo Jr. said today that the first Perros del Mal show yesterday in Mexico City had some trying moments but in the end it surpassed all of his expectations because of the great fans and the wrestlers who gave a tremendous effort to please them. Perrito said that he hasn’t been part of a show where the matches had electricity like it had in many years and that he was very proud of that fact because if the fans left the show happy then their goals as a promotion was accomplished. Perrito said that the lower prices and great talent overcame what failures they had and that they would improve their show quality even more with each passing show. Perrito said that Dos Caras Jr. was supposed to be on the show but he pulled himself off due to the issues with PdM & EMLL and there were other surprises that didn’t pan out (Rob Van Dam) so he apologized to any fans who expected anything that they didn’t deliver.
Cibernetico told Box y Lucha in their latest issue that he felt like he handled his departure from AAA in a very professional fashion and that if he had made a bigger deal out of it by calling a press conference it would’ve turned into a media circus which he didn’t want. Ciber said that leaving AAA hurt him tremendously because that was his home and he didn’t want to do it but the cancer in that locker room forced his hand. Ciber said that he could’ve taken the AAA Mega Heavyweight Title with him or threw it in the trash can but that would be disrespect to the sport which he would never do. Ciber said that he left with his dignity and wouldn’t let Konnan take it from him so he gives much respect and gratitude to the true people in charge of AAA and wishes them luck in the future. Ciber again was asked about working for EMLL and said that he was offered some dates but just wouldn’t feel right working there because he isn’t from their promotion originally and that he has always been either an independent or affiliated with AAA. Ciber then admitted that he had a bad experience with EMLL over 10 years ago where he was actually training there for 4 months but something happened that he wouldn’t forget thus forming his opinion of their promotion. Ciber said that he loves being an independent now because he can work where he wants plus working for Perros del Mal is very beneficial for his career right now because he can share a ring with Dr. Wagner Jr. which he has wanted to do for years. Ciber also said that he doesn’t rule out working for AULL or IWRG and would speak to their promoters if they meet his demands and if his schedule was free.
Dr. Wagner Jr. said today that EMLL can’t veto him from Arena Mexico and that taking him off of those shows would cost them many fans making it a heavy price to pay for their decision. Doc said that he doesn’t have to follow anyone’s rules but his and that he would think about taking legal action against EMLL but hopes that would be a last resort. Wagner then talked about the PdM show yesterday and said that Perrito & Cibernetico will pay for their act of jealousy and treason so he would pay them back soon. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by invizweb on October 11, 2008
Thanks to Kris Zellner
There were some possible big happenings last night at Arena Mexico with full details in the results section of the report.
Perro Aguayo Jr. stated today that he expects Dr. Mario Garcia Orozco to clear him medically to return to action before the year is over with December in sights. Perrito said that his rehab sessions have been going well and that being at the 75th Anniversary Show motivated him even more to return as soon as he could. Perrito then said that he plans on adding more members to Los Perros del Mal and wants to talk to Marco Corleone about possible membership saying that he has the personality to be a great addition to the group. Perrito said that many guys can put on Los Perros shirts but they are not really members until they fill his requirements.
Dos Caras Jr. cleared his situation involving EMLL & WWE up on Friday saying that he definitely plans on staying in EMLL for the rest of the year after meeting with EMLL personnel on Wednesday. Dos said that he isn’t being offered enough money by the WWE to make him jump on a whim so he said that he would wait them out and would continue to work for EMLL for at least the next 3 months. Dos said that after speaking to Paco Alonso directly, his problems with the promotion have subsided and both sides are happy with their current situation but he said that he would still take offers although he is sticking around with EMLL. Dos then denied that he would be appearing on WWE shows next week when they tour Mexico because there is no contract and won’t be until they meet his demands.
AAA 10/10 – Auditorio Municipal Jose Maria Arteaga de Queretaro (TV taping)
Konnan started AAA is WAR in the ring holding the urn with Antonio Pena’s ashes in it and demanded that AAA President Joaquin Roldan show up so he can make his demands for handing the urn over. Roldan came out with his security who would be quickly neutralized by Electroshock, Jack Evans, Teddy Hart, & Zorro so Roldan called out reinforcements which would bring out Alan y Chris Stone, Octagon, Super Fly, & The Psycho Circus (Killer Clown/Psycho Clown/Zombie Clown) who all attacked La Legion. During the schmozz, Alan grabbed the urn from Konnan but it turned out to be a dud and Konnan told Roldan that he had until after his match to accept his demands.
1. Fabi y Mari Apache beat Ayako Hamada & Cinthia Moreno
2. Alan y Chris Stone defeated The Hart Foundation 2.0 (Jack Evans & Teddy Hart)
D-MEX showed up on the stage during the match and introduced their newest member who would turn out to be Alex Koslov making the jump from EMLL. Jack & Teddy would be distracted by all of this and it cost them the match then after the match Waltman & Romero attacked Teddy but prevented Koslov from attacking Evans because Waltman wants him to be part of their group. Teddy would be taken out with a sledgehammer (HAHA sound familiar) and had to leave via stretcher.
3. The Psycho Circus (Killer Clown/Psycho Clown/Zombie Clown) beat Cuervo/Escoria/Espiritu
Chessman would come out and accidentally speared Espiritu prompting them to lose this and they were pissed because they were on their way to ending the 209 consecutive match winning streak.
4. Electroshock & Konnan defeated Octagon & Super Fly
La Legion got their revenge here by destroying Super Fly then after the match Konnan demanded that Roldan show up to meet his demands. Roldan showed up but had his own idea of how to get the urn back and told Konnan that he wanted a match where if Konnan wins he would keep the ashes along with running AAA but if Roldan wins the urn goes back to him and Konnan must retire. Konnan accepted these conditions without problems since retirement stips mean nothing these days. Supposedly there will be guys representing each guy here in the match and not them wrestling each other.
5. El Mesias beat Chessman by DQ.
Chessman roughed up Hijo del Tirantes for the DQ and after the match, Chessman tied up Mesias in a crucifix position before trying to set him on fire by pouring gasoline on him. Chessman was about to throw the match until The Black Family showed up and turned on Chessman after he cost them their match earlier. They destroyed Chessman and then tried to burn Mesias on their own but Cibernetico made the save and then after that the Psycho Circus showed up challenging Ciber to match in a possible alliance with Chessman.
6. Cibernetico defeated Zorro
Zorro & Konnan had problems during the match regarding who is the lead dog of La Legion so that played into his defeat. Chessman showed up again and demanded a rematch against Ciber then after the match he attacked him before Charly Manson’s music hit. Charly showed up on the stage and teased on who he would side with in the war between Chessman & Ciber but just walked away. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by invizweb on September 22, 2008
Thanks to Kris Zellner
Blue Panther stated yesterday that losing his mask to Villano V on Friday night at Arena Mexico was a big blow for his career but he vowed that this won’t slow him down because he feels great and he will be top level wrestler for many years to come. BP said that this is a beginning of a new cycle of his career in that he has gone 30 years wearing a mask and now it’s time to go 30 more without it. BP said that now the fans can see the emotion he brings to the ring through his facial expressions so there are blessings to be had after losing the mask. BP went on to say that he is a sportsman and has been throughout his career and that losing his mask to a member of the vaunted Villanos family is something that he can’t look back on with anger. BP said that he lost the match fair and square and that he wouldn’t have had it any other way if he lost because he lost with dignity and to an excellent wrestler that has the same values towards the sport that he does and would defend those values to the death. BP said though that the rivalry is far from over and that he would love to be the one that takes V-5’s mask and with the fans support he would achieve such success.
Villano V stated yesterday that he believed that he defeated the best pure fighter in lucha libre on Friday night at Arena Mexico as Blue Panther put up the fight of his life to try and keep his mask but on that night he wasn’t the better man. V-5 said that he holds great admiration and respect for BP as they have been through the battles for close to 30 years coming from the UWA family. V-5 said that he was ecstatic on one hand that he kept his mask but felt deep sadness on the other hand because a true legend in the sport lost his. V-5 then thanked his family for being such a great influence on his career and the fans for behing supportive of his efforts because without them the wrestlers are nothing.
Black Warrior said that it felt odd sitting in the stands with his kids Friday night at Arena Mexico because he normally works the anniversary shows but he thought it was a great show with the big surprise of former stablemate Blue Panther losing his mask. El Black said that it didn’t affect him personally because he isn’t close to him anymore but he believes that every masked wrestler should be prepared for the moment that they put up their mask because they could lose it just like he did 2 years ago to Mistico and BP on Friday. El Black said that BP deserves a lot of credit for holding onto his mask for as long as he has and actually thought that he would’ve kept it for a little longer but his time was up.
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Posted by invizweb on September 5, 2008
Head Hunter I made his IWRG debut last night jumping Hijo del Anibal, Intocable, & Multifacetico in the main event along with Veneno cementing his entry into Veneno’s faction Los Creyentes.
Pierroth stated today that he would definitely have his retirement show in October at Arena Mexico but isn’t sure yet on which date it will be on. Pierroth said that he loves his daughter but the fact that he didn’t have a son hurt him because he wanted someone to continue his legacy so he has cast various people to be his sons and they have failed so he wants to find someone that can actually complete the task. Pierroth said that he enjoys being an announcer now and he thinks the fans will enjoy the expertise he brings to the table that he hopes will allow him to have that job for as long as he can.
Scorpio Jr. was released from Hospital Obregon in Mexico City yesterday after going through 10 days of hell due a gastric ulcer burst that caused him to have kidney failure which almost killed him. Dr. Mario Garcia Orozco announced yesterday though that he has given Scorp basically a clean bill of health and authorized him to go home to continue his recovery but he wants him to return next week so they can get an update on his condition and decide when is the best time to return to the ring because they want to make sure that he doesn’t have a relapse. Dr. Orozco thinks that a normal man might have died with this condition but with Scorpio Jr. being in such great shape that it gave him an advantage which kept him alive. Dr. Orozco said that Scorpio Jr. lost a lot of weight during this process and he wants him to wait before resuming to train to regain his body mass.
Shigeo Okumura told Reforma on Wednesday that the surgery he had on his right collarbone has been a debacle and would have to undergo another surgery yesterday morning to replace two of the seven screws in the plate they put in during the first surgery on June 28th. Okumura was injured four days earlier when Fabian el Gitano accidentally injured him with a misplaced knee in the shoulderblades and has been out of action for over 2 months. Okumura said that he started rehabilitation three weeks after the surgery but the injury wouldn’t heal right as his body wasn’t accepting the metal plate so he finally decided on Monday that he had enough and went to visit Dr. Mario Garcia Orozco who said that another surgery was needed. Okumura had an ultrasound along with an x-ray which told him about the screws and that Dr. Orozco would be remove a bone from his hip along with new screws to fix this problem. Okumura said that he feels terrible about not being able to compete but he would return as soon as possible so that the fans won’t forget him and wants their support through this tough process. Okumura said that this is the toughest fight of his life and he would come out victorious.
Posted by invizweb on August 30, 2008
Thanks to Kris Z.
AULL has announced that there will be a special benefit show for Scorpio Jr. on 9/20 at Arena Lopez Mateos featuring their regulars and top independent stars like Black Terry, Intocable, Fuerza y Juventud Guerrera, Rambo, Super Calo, Toscano, and others.
Shocker and EMLL directors are on shaky terms again and he isn’t being booked right now due to philosophical differences as Shocker wants to reform the Guapos by bringing in Zumbido but that isn’t in the plans right now. Shocker is an independent contractor so he can pretty much work wherever he wants.
Solar I stated yesterday that he knows he is going to be facing some tough foes tomorrow in Tultitlan in the big 10 man steel cage match with the loser being either shaved or losing their mask but he is going into the match very confident. Solar said that he has put his mask up on many occasions and has survived every time so he thinks that this should be no different and he feels extra motivated this time after touring England last month. Solar said that the fans in London were great and they made him feel like a hero so it has revitalized him and he plans on taking someone’s mask tomorrow and not losing his.
Zumbido said yesterday that leaving EMLL four years ago was a big mistake and that he has been in talks with people in the offices about a return but wants to meet up with Paco Alonso face-to-face to seal the deal. Zumbido said that EMLL was his home and that he hopes that Paco will understand that he made a mistake and would take him back hopefully by January. Zumbido then said that if that doesn’t happen then he would still work independent and hopefully get some random bookings for EMLL to build back their confidence in him.
Posted by invizweb on August 26, 2008
Thanks to Kris Zellner
EMLL confirmed today that Mistico suffered a fractured collarbone last night in Guadalajara and will be out of action for 3 months. Mistico was rushed to Hospital Obregon in Mexico City last night after the show where he underwent surgery and Dr. Jorge Alonso Orozco announced this morning Mistico’s prognosis.
EMLL also confirmed today that Hector Garza had surgery at Hospital Obregon on his right knee this weekend after being injured Friday night at Arena Mexico and he will be out of action for at least 3 weeks.
Luchas 2000 is reporting that Sean Waltman could be on his way to EMLL with Marco Corleone being his go-between with Paco Alonso. Waltman had decided to quit working AAA recently due to being upset with the backstage scene that interferes with his recovery from drug rehab. More on this as it comes.
Scorpio Jr. was also taken to Hospital Obregon on Friday night with two bleeding ulcers that he underwent surgery for on Saturday. There really isn’t a set prognosis for a return to the ring yet.
AULL 8/20 – Centro de Convenciones de Tlalnepantla
1. Kilvan & Pequeno Demonio beat Hormiga Atomica & Rey Krystal
2. Juan el Ranchero/Psicopata/Super Panda defeated Las Traumas I y II/Tortuga Mutante
3. Cerebro Maligno/Epitafio/Herejia beat King Star Tiger/Quimico/Yakuza
4. Mascara Purpura/Terry Dos Mil/Volador Jr. defeated Black Warrior/Rey Bucanero/Sadico
5. L.A. Par-K/Mr. Niebla/Villano IV (subbing for Villano V) beat Blue Panther/Dr. Wagner Jr./Marco Corleone – Par-K & Doc threw out mask challenges after the match.
IWRG 8/17 – Arena Naucalpan
1. Anubis & Avisman beat Eragon & Halcon Dos Mil
2. Epidemia & Heavy Boy defeated Jack & Judas el Traidor
3. Los Oficiales (AK-47/Fierro/911) beat Mascara de Oro y Plata/Mascara Magnifica/Super Mascara
4. Ciclon Negro/Dr. Cerebro/Negro Navarro defeated Centauro/Fenix/Freelance
5. Intocable/Multifacetico/Ultraman Jr. beat Emilio Charles Jr./Monsther/Scorpio Jr. by DQ when Scorp fouled Intocable.
IWRG 8/21 – Arena Naucalpan (Festival de Mascaras)
1. Heavy Boy beat Eragon
2. Los Oficiales (AK-47/Fierro/911) defeated Aeroman/Freelance/Zatura
3. Black Terry/Capitan Muerte/Shu el Guerrero beat Los Cadetes del Espacio (Solar I/Super Astro/Ultraman Jr.)
4. Halcon Ortiz/Mano Negra/Pantera defeated Hijo del Cien Caras/Mascara Ano Dos Mil Jr./Negro Navarro
5. El Audaz/Dr. Wagner Jr./Rayo de Jalisco Jr. beat Los Hermanos Dinamita (Cien Caras/Mascara Ano Dos Mil/Universo Dos Mil)
Monterrey 8/24 – Arena Coliseo de Monterrey
1. Tequilita beat Trivial
2. Divino Narciso/Dulce Paola/Mercurio defeated Poseidon/Bella Rubi/Rosa Salvaje
3. Sangre Chicana Jr./Simbolo Dos Mil/Vaquero Romo beat Estrella Dorada Jr./Golden Boy/Hijo del Huracan Ramirez
4. Alejandro y Valente Fernandez battled Centurion Negro & Karonte to a double countout.
5. Hator/Sangre Chicana/Toscano defeated Aventurero/Humberto Garza Jr./Stuka by DQ.
EMPRESA MEXICANA DE LUCHA LIBRE
8/26 – Arena Coliseo de Guadalajara
1. Thunder Boy vs. Milenio
2. Metatron vs. Guero Loco
3. Leon Blanco vs. Pequeno Damian 666
4. Occidental Tag Titles: Rayman & Sagrado (c) vs. Damian el Terrible & Hijo del Texano
5. Marco Corleone & Mistico vs. Atlantis & Ultimo Guerrero
8/26 – Arena Mexico
1. Sombra de Plata & Starman vs. Inquisidor & Semental
2. Angel Azteca Jr./Metalico/Tigre Blanco vs. El Bronco/Hooligan/Loco Max
3. Fabian el Gitano/Flash/Metalik vs. Arkangel de la Muerte/Escandalo/Nitro
4. Alex Koslov/La Sombra/Valiente vs. Euforia/Nosferatu/Sangre Azteca
5. Dos Caras Jr./Hector Garza/Shocker vs. La Peste Negra (Heavy Metal/Negro Casas/Mr. Niebla)
8/29 – Arena Mexico
1. Mascarita Dorada/Mini Fantasy/Pequeno Olimpico vs. Pequeno Black Warrior/Pequeno Damian 666/Pierrothito
2. Hijo del Fantasma/La Mascara/La Sombra vs. Felino/Heavy Metal/Misterioso II
3. Parejas Increibles Suicidas: Lady Apache & Amapola vs. Marcela & Princesa Sugei
4. Atlantis/Negro Casas/Ultimo Guerrero vs. Chris Sabin/Alex Shelley/AJ Styles
5. Mascara contra Mascara: Mictlan vs. Dragon Rojo
6. Dr. Wagner Jr./Mistico/Shocker vs. Los Guerreros (Black Warrior/Mr. Niebla/Rey Bucanero)
8/31 – Arena Coliseo
1. Molotov & Trueno vs. Artillero & Super Comando
2. Metalik/Tony Rivera/Sensei vs. Apocalipsis/Halcon Negro/Loco Max
3. Lady Apache/Luna Magica/Marcela vs. Amapola/Medusa/Princesa Sugei
4. Blue Panther/Dos Caras Jr./Hector Garza vs. Hijo del Texano/Los Villanos (IV y V)
5. La Peste Negra (Heavy Metal/Negro Casas/Mr. Niebla) vs. Los Perros del Mal (Averno/Damian el Terrible/Mephisto)
Posted by invizweb on August 16, 2008
Thanks to Kris Z
EMLL held a press conference yesterday announcing matches for their big show on 8/29 at Arena Mexico featuring these matches
Relevos Increibles Suicidas: Lady Apache & Amapola vs. Marcela & Princesa Sugei
Atlantis/Negro Casas/Ultimo Guerrero vs. Chris Sabin/Alex Shelley/AJ Styles
Mascara contra Mascara: Mictlan vs. Dragon Rojo
Dr. Wagner Jr./Mistico/Shocker vs. Black Warrior/Mr. Niebla/Rey Bucanero
Juventud Guerrera also held a press conference yesterday where he expounded on many topics such as AAA didn’t use him like he should’ve been used and was buried in the midcard forever. Juvy then talked about EMLL and would like to go back there to work with Los Perros del Mal. Juvy then introduced Lizzy Valentine as his new valet everywhere he works and she challenged Dark Angel to a match in the future. Juvy also brought out Intocable and announced that they are forming a new faction called the SexiCools with an undetermined member to join them. Fuerza Guerrera was also there and said that he would support his son in whatever he did because he wants him to be successful and then said that the days of them working against each other in a match are over.
Posted by invizweb on July 9, 2008
Breaking News: The AAA PPV show will be moved to Sunday August 24, 2008. It is speculated this is due to ROH having a show around the time of the original prospective show date of August 1st, and since ROH and AAA now have a talent exchange program the two groups wanted to make sure this show succeeds by not competing with another show. The matches appeared to be pretaped. I think that second Ciber in the semi is a typo. Also I am not certain but I think they mean Pentagon not Octagon.
Here is the tentative card according to this site.
Semifinal: DOME OF DEATH
The Mexican luchadores
Cibernético, Apocalipsis, Chessman, and Chary Manson
The Foreign Legion
Kenzo Suzuki, X-Pac and El Mesías
BROTHER VS BROTHER
FATHER -VS- SON
Juventud Guerrera, Sangre Chicana
Fuerza Guerrera, Octagon
RUDOS -VS- TECHNICOS
Mini-Chessman, Mini-Abismo Negro, Mini- Jerrito Estrada
Octagoncito, Mascarita Sagrada, La Parkita
Posted by invizweb on July 7, 2008
Eternal Thanks to Kris Zellner
There are rumors going around that Intocable will be making his first appearance after leaving AAA on 7/19 for AULL at Arena Lopez Mateos and Super Calo is expected to appear as well.
AAA 7/5 – Centro de Convenciones Teotihuacan de Acapulco (TV taping)
1. Mascarita Divina/Mascarita Sagrada/Octagoncito beat Jerrito Estrada/Mini Abismo Negro/Mini Histeria
2. La Diabolica/Ayako Hamada/La Hechicera defeated Estrellita/Fabi Apache/Sexy Star
3. Joe Lider & Nicho el Millionario beat Crazy Boy & Juventud Guerrera
4. El Brazo/Decnis/Pirata Morgan defeated Alebrije/Brazo de Plata/Gato Eveready
5. Cibernetico & Elegido beat Electroshock & Head Hunter I
6. Steel Cage Match: La Parka Jr. jumped off the cage putting Konnan through a table for the win. Order of Elimination: El Mesias/Jack Evans/Chessman/La Parka Jr. – Konnan was forced to compete here because of Zorro’s shoulder injury he suffered the day before.
EMLL 7/6 – Arena Coliseo drawing 4,000 fans
1. Angel de Oro & Sombra de Plata beat Carrona & Cholo
2. Goddess/Princesa Blanca/Sahori defeated Amapola/Rosa Negra/La Seductora
3. Hijo del Faraon/Metalik/Stuka Jr. beat Arkangel de la Muerte/El Bronco/Vangelis by DQ when the rudos ripped off Stuka’s mask.
4. Los Guerreros (Black Warrior/Olimpico/Sangre Azteca) defeated Grey Shadow/La Sombra/Valiente – El Black challenged Sombra to a shot at his NWA Welterweight Title after the match.
5. Dos Caras Jr./Mistico/Volador Jr. beat Los Guerreros del Atlantida (Atlantis/Mr. Niebla/Ultimo Guerrero) – Mistico got a lot of boos here but that’s the norm lately.
IWRG 7/3 – Arena Naucalpan
1. Judas el Traidor beat Eragon
2. Destello & Zatura defeated Anubis & Greco
3. Aeroman/Freelance/Goleador beat Arlequin/Fantasma de la Opera/Septiembre el Terrorista
4. Super Libre sin referi: Black Terry defeated Fuerza Guerrera
5. Relevos Increibles: Multifacetico & L.A. Par-K beat Hijo del Anibal & Mascara Ano Dos Mil Jr.
IWRG 7/6 – Arena Naucalpan
1. Eragon & Halcon Dos Mil beat Avisman & Comando Gama
2. Jack & Miss Gaviota defeated Anubis & Judas el Traidor
3. Capitan Muerte/Fantasma de la Opera/Xibalba beat Freelance/Goleador/Zatura
4. Arlequin/Black Terry/Ciclon Negro defeated Aeroman/Centauro/Chico Che
5. Multifacetico/Scorpio Jr./Zumbido beat El Dandy/Mascara Ano Dos Mil Jr./Veneno by DQ when MA2K Jr. fouled Scorp.
Monterrey 7/5 – Arena Monterrey drawing 10,500 fans
1. Golden Boy & Simbolo Dos Mil beat Los Difuntos I y II
2. Astro Boy/Los Orientales I y II defeated Arkangel de la Muerte/Bengali/Loco Max
3. Mascara Purpura/Super Nova/Valiente beat Misterioso II/Rey Hechicero/Virus
4. Alex Koslov/Maximo/Shocker defeated Damian el Terrible/Rey Bucanero/Sangre Azteca by DQ
5. Dr. Wagner Jr./Hector Garza/Marco Corleone beat La Triada del Terror (Averno/Ephesto/Mephisto)
6. Ruleta de la Muerte: Blue Panther eliminated Tigre Universitario who unmasked as Jesus Villalobos, 38-years-old, from Monterrey with 20 years experience. Order of Elimination: Atlantis/Villano V/Mistico/Ultimo Guerrero/Blue Panther
Monterrey 7/6 – Arena Coliseo de Monterrey
1. Los Mini Rangers I y II beat Mini Black Dragon & Mini Cowboy
2. Angel Negro & Tequilita defeated Black Galaxy & Vendetta
3. Bam Bam & Mercurio beat Angel o Demonio & Chica de Arabia
4. Dr. Tormenta/Hator/Herodes defeated Aventurero/Estrella Dorada Jr./Tinieblas – They are building to a cage match with these six guys.
5. Diluvio Negro II/Pierko/Vudu beat Estrella Dorada Jr./Golden Boy/Tigre Universitario by DQ.
Lucha Libre London 7/4 – Roundhouse in Camden, London
1. Mascarita Sagrada & Octagoncito beat Bracito de Plata & Pentagoncito Black
2. Hijo del Solitario & Magno defeated Black Fish & Cassandro
3. Negro Navarro beat Solar I
4. Hijo del Santo/Huracan Ramirez/Mystico defeated Blue Demon Jr./Hijo del Cien Caras/Silver King
Lucha Libre London 7/5 – Roundhouse in Camden, London (matinee)
1. Bracito de Plata & Pentagoncito Black beat Mascarita Sagrada & Octagoncito
2. Magno defeated Black Fish
3. Solar I & Cassandro beat Hijo del Solitario & Negro Navarro
4. Blue Demon Jr./Hijo del Cien Caras/Silver King defeated Hijo del Santo/Huracan Ramirez/Mystico
Lucha Libre London 7/5 – Roundhouse in Camden, London (evening)
1. Bracito de Plata & Pentagoncito Black beat Mascarita Sagrada & Octagoncito
2. WWA Middleweight Title: Solar I fought Negro Navarro to a double pin to retain his title.
3. Hijo del Cien Caras & Hijo del Solitario defeated Huracan Ramirez & Silver King
4. Black Fish & Cassandro beat Magno & Mystico
5. WWA Welterweight Title: Hijo del Santo defeated Blue Demon Jr. to win the title.
Posted by invizweb on July 6, 2008
Thanks to Kris Zellner and Robert Bihari.
EMLL started a brand new 90 minute news show on MVS today anchored by Leobardo Magadan, Julio Cesar Rivera, & Tania Licona and they will tell the news of the week along with having special features. This week features Mistico talking about going to the Olympics in Beijing, an interview with Paco Alonso about the current state of events, Shocker teaching some wrestling, among other highlights.
Negro Casas talked about beating on his former partner Mistico last night at Arena Mexico and said that it felt good ripping the mask of that ingrate. Negro said that Mistico thought that he had surpassed him but that would never happen because he would never be as good as he is. Negro said that Mistico is nothing but an altar boy who has no experience outside of Mexico like he has and that if he keeps on sticking his nose in his business then he would rip his mask off.
Perro Aguayo Jr. said today that trophies, masks, titles, or scalps don’t interest him but the only thing that does is that the fact that he is the best in the world makes him happy. Perrito won the Grupo A cibernetico for the Leyenda de Plata last night and said that it was easy but it would be even easier winning the whole thing. Perrito knows that Mistico will probably be waiting for him and he beats him all the time so it shouldn’t be a problem.
Zorro is out of action again as he suffered a shoulder injury last night in Atlixco and will be out of action for about a month.