CMLL Guadalajara on Teleformula #10 (08/28/2010) 
Recapped: 09/06/10

Watching off the web. Announcers are Felino & JCR, since Shocker is in the main event. Extermindaor's match is being shown behind the announcers. Large responsive crowd. I think the upper deck is empty, but it’s kept dark and overpowered by the full/active crowd on the floor.

Match 1: Delta & Valiente vs Shigeo Okumura & Yoshihashi
Arena Coliseo Guadalajara, 08/03/2010

  1. rudos

  2. técnicos
  3. técnicos

Winner: técnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 17:31
Rating: too long, too green
Notes: Referee is Loco. No entrances, but they do show in ring introductions.

1: Long mat work bits with Valiente versus Okumura and Delta versus Yoshihashi. I guess you've got to do it to get better, but there's only one guy who's any interesting that way (Valiente) and so this just kind of drags for seven long minutes. Delta ends his but by dropping Yoshihashi with an electric chair suplex, and that really should be a finish. Especially in the hard Guadalajara ring. Instead, Yoshihashi is tossed out but comes back to life seconds later, because Okumura's decided to start the beatdown. Not much before the finishes. Yoshihashi doesn't really jump as he falls forward for his senton.

2: Rudos looks the beatdown when Okumura stands on the second rope posing, and Delta just leans in the ring and kicks him. It gets a bit more exciting after that, but it is about standard. Técnicos slams the rudos in the corners (Delta/Okumura is very awkward), but put on submissions instead of going for top rope moves. Booo.

3: Valiente is his usual awesome self with Okumura, Okumura is not exactly in the right location. Valiente has to direction traffic with Delta & Yoshihashi too, and the double tope spot get screened off from us by a guy standing in the way. This is a frustrating match. There's a decent lengthened Delta versus the rudos sequence after the dives which doesn't come off well, then Valiente comes in and lands a beautiful double springboard headscissors on Okumura. Técnicos divvy up the rudos to finish them off. Valiente has no problem with the usual Valiente Buster on Okumura and goes off to celebrate. Delta sets Yoshihashi by the corner, goes to the apron, pauses, comes back in, moves Yoshihashi around more (now Valiente's confused about the match still going on), Delta goes up, moonsault looks great and connects well, one two three.

Match 2: Místico ©, Rotoporky, Shocker vs Jushin Liger, Mephisto, Negro Casas
Arena Coliseo Guadalajara, 08/03/2010

  1. rudos

  2. técnicos
  3. rudos

Winner: rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 16:50
Rating: mostly comedy
Notes: Joined with everyone in the ring, and the ring absolutely surrounded by kids and adults wanting autographs. I'm not used to seeing that on a CMLL show, at least before the match. Referees are the two Guadalajara referees. I think Porky tries to get Místico to dance. Místico ain't having it. Shocker has to broke a peace, which breaks down when Porky accidentally hits him. Everyone makes friends in the end.

1:Negro Casas and Super Porky get matched up, so you can tell what kind of match this is. Shocker slaps Porky to get him to stop crying. Místico tries a hug instead, Porky touches him inappropriately, and Místico starts to walk out. Místico/Lyger starts the beatdown. Porky takes the worst DDT bump ever, so much that Negro lays down and talks to him before getting back and splashing him for the pin. Liger's powerbomb of Místico is noticeable light. That's fine, don't break the Místico in Guadalajara comedy matches.

2: Místico makes a small comeback as the fall starts, only to get dropped. Beatdown continues. At some point, everyone wanders back to their corners without a real comeback. Mephisto actually gets Místico's mask all the way off, and we see his face briefly as he falls from the corner. Místico finally fights guys off enough to headscissors Lyger and follow with a tope. Other four in, usually finishes.

3: técnico showcases, going Místico, Shocker, and more Porky comedy. Shocker kicks Negro, which also knocks Porky out, then takes out Mephisto with a tope con giro, to leave the ring for Místico and Lyger. They do a lot pointing and gesturing before finishing. Their finish doesn’t last long. Lyger sneaking a kick, brainbuster, one two three. Místico doesn't kickout, doesn’t move after the pinfall. (Referee checks on Místico here.) Lyger cuts a promo on Místico, and Místico still isn’t moving. Shocker retorts for Místico, and Místico still isn’t moving. Referees think maybe they should be checking on Místico, and finally the stretcher shows up. Lyger sneaks over to get in a few stomps before he's chased out. Místico still isn’t moving, and is strechered out.