Match 1: Ángel de Plata, Starman ©, Tigre Blanco vs Apocalipsis, Durango Kid, Puma King ©
Arena Mexico, 10/22/2010
Winner: técnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 13:33
Notes: Tiger Blanco's video still has him masked. He lost his mask a year ago. I'm sure they'll get around to it sometime this decade.
1: One on ones are Blanco/Apocalipsis, Plata/Durango and Puma/Starman. Mostly unremarkable. Puma gets Starman with a tornillo to the floor. Apocalipsis drops Tigre Blanco forward off his shoulders and Durango finishes up. Apocalipsis takes care of Plata with a flapjack and a half crab.
2: Beatdown. Odd sequence: Starman's whipped in the corner, Durango slowly charges in, Starman slowly walks out, Durango flips off the corner (designed bit), Apocalipsis lifts Starman up, Puma chops him down. This leads to a catapult/double dropkick spot, but doing missed corner charges on purposes is weird here. Rudos are big fans of holding people in position for dropkicks. Plat roll under a double clothesline and headscissors Puma out to star the comeback. The other rudos kick him out, but the other técnicos backdrop them out. Starman gets Puma with a tope con giro, nearly overshooting him, and the técnicos wrap up the fall.
3: Angel de Plata is going after Puma King's mask because – just because, I guess. Starman looks good against Durango Kid. Puma King lays out Plat with a clothes and is very proud of it, but ends up headscissors out and takes a backbreaker on the floor. Tiger Blanco does Tigre Blanco things with a Apocalipsis, including the leaning backwards over the ropes into a headscissors on Apocalipsis on the floor. Cameras pull an AAA and miss Durango diving onto Blanco. Plata sets up to go next, but Puma King cuts him off with backdrop. Plata lands on his feet, kick Puma, and Asai moonsaults Durango Puma gets up and turns into a Starman plancha. Puma tries a 'rana, but Starman powerbombs him. It turns out to be a two count, but the announcers think it's three, and we can't actually see the referee (Ruiz) who's making the count because of the poor angle. Match goes on, with Puma springboarding into Starman's counter dropkick to end it.
Long interview with Mascarita Dorada and Mascara Dorada. This is setup like a Ras de Loan peace but didn't actually air there. Then they have a match! Mascarita is totally winning when they cut away, no surprise.
Match 2: Estrellita, Marcela, Tiffany © vs Amapola ©, Princesa Blanca, Princesa Sujei
Arena Mexico, 10/22/2010
Invasors & Marcela
Winner: Invasors & Marcela
Match Time: 9:58
Rating: startling bad.
Notes: Tiffany attacks Sujei as she walks down the stairs. Amapola and Blanca rush Tiffany, and everyone but Marcela starts brawling. Amapola and Blanca fix that by attacking her too.
1: CMLL women clearly gets the best of the fight, winning the brawl to the ring and using the numbers against them in the ring. Lots of kicking, not a lot of moves. There's a suplex into a kick spot, I guess that's both. It turns back into 3 on 3 brawling, with the CMLL women still in control, but not in a hurry to finish it off. Finally, Amapola gets Tiffany in a tilted sharpshooter and Blanca stomps on Tiffany while she's down. Sujei comes over to add kicks, and they both push away Tigre Hispano, so he calls a DQ. CMLL women are upset for about 2 seconds until they go back to kicking Tiffany. It's supposed to be excessive violence, but they never called the fall for Tiffany. Graphic says CMLL won, which is not exactly correct.
2: Team CMLL still in control. Estrellita screams a lot. Still just brawling. Invasors take a moment to regroup on the outside. Tiffany walks thru and past a double drop toe hold spot, which may explain why there hasn't been much wrestling in this match. She this the ropes and comebacks, where Sujei gets her for good that time. Camel clutch double dropkick spot is broken up with the Invasors pulling out the CMLL women to start the comeback. This is a kick, chop, dropkick, based comeback, of course. Estrellita hiptosses and dropkicks Sujei around, then gives Blanca a horrible looking dropkick. It gets slightly better from there. Blanca and Estrellita reverse whips until Blanca is sent into a Marcela flying headscissors, by far the best thing int his match. Blanca escapes Marcela's double underhook, but Marcela sidesteps Sujei' kick and Blanca takes it. Marcela leads them into a Estrellita missile dropkick. Estrellita and Marcela both go for dives – Marcela planchas Blanca fine, but Estrellita comes up woefully short on her silla and Sujei just kicks her. That was so short, that had to be the plan. Amapola gives Tiffany a I-Have-No-Idea – maybe it was supposed to be a double choke bomb? That does not get the pin. Amapola dumps Tiffany in front of the corner, but Tiffany sneaks in from behind her, inverted crucifix powerbomb off the bottom rope, one two three. Tiffany celebrates, kicks Amapola out of the ring, and gets her arm raised. Graphic is STILL WRONG.
Tiffany challenges Amapola to a title match and we're done.