Match 1: Fuego & Stuka Jr. vs Namajague & Shigeo Okumura for the Arena Coliseo (DF) Tag Team Championship
Arena Mexico, 09/09/2012
Winner: Stuka & Fuego
Match Time: 22:05
Notes: Entrances shown because it's a two match show (and not much of a main even, as you'll see.) Teams enter together anyway. Commissioner is not identified. Referee is Tigre Hispano
1: Stuka and Namajague battle over headscissors on the mat, get nowhere. They switch to trying to hold on and push each other on the mat, but roll right into the ropes. Namajague fakes a lockup and backs up to his corner to tag out. Okumura gets annoyed at the two people chanting for Fuego, which causes two or three more people to join in. Those two also do a bit of mat wrestling, to no long advantage. JCR kills a lot of time talking about the history of these belts. Fuego misses a corner charge a as action picks up, pulls off his in and out corner headscissors. Fuego ducks Okumura clothesline, Okumura clothesline him and dances, but Stuka dropkicks him. Okumura sneaks a tag to Okumura as Stuka corner whips him. Whip reversed, Stuka kip up and out, rolls and is perfectly grabbed into a German suplex by Namajague.
Fuego tries to plancha in, but Namajague moves out of the way. Okumura back in for the brainbuster to finish it.
2: Rudos still in control. Namajague gives Stuka a couple of his double chops to the chest. Whip into Okumura's boots. Headbutt! Okumura tagged in, and kicking the inside of the knee. DDT! One two NO. Namajague teases letting Stuka make a tag, but slams him and pins him with one foot instead. One two NO. Namajague is thrown off balance when Stuka kicks out, and Stuka crawls away to make the tag. Namajague misses a clothesline, Fuego trips him up, but Okumura kicks him for the apron as he runs the ropes. Double chop for Fuego. Okumura holds Fuego for another, but Namajague gets him instead. Boost dropkick, though it looks messy but still sends Okumura out. Stuka drops Namajague up, then the champs do their tope/Asai moonsault combo to lay out the challengers. Replays. Okumura went hard into the barricade. Namajague back in, and tossing Fuego in from the apron. Cover, one two NO. Namajague pounds the mat in frustration. Corner whip, reverse, Fuego charging, leaping clothesline, northern lights. Suplex one two NO. Fuego to the apron, jumping up and leaning on the ropes into a rope flip moonsault one two Okumura pulls Fuego off. Fuego turns and yells at Okumura, Namajague inside cradle, Fuego armscissors armbar and Namajague gives!
Okumura in, stopping Fuego with a quebradora. Okumura yells for another, but Stuka gives him one instead. Both champions in, Whip, Fuego back elbow, wheelbarrow faceslam reverses into an Okumura bodyscissors cradle one two Fuego realizes and breaks it up. Stuka chops Okumura back. Whip, Fuego takes Okumura down, lifts him up, Stuka slaps him over, then runs to the apron and up to the top rope. Top rope splash lands, one two three.
3: Namajague clotheslines Fuego hard and stomps him to start the fall. Fuego gets up and chops Namajague in the chest, starting a big fight between them. It goes to slap to the face, and both go down after a hard one. Namajague roars and slaps Fuego into the corner. Corner whip, charge, Fuego puts Namajague on the top rope, blocks his slap, slaps him, climbs up top, and throws him with a tope rope 'rana. Elbow drop cover one two Okumura breaks it up. Okumura in and kicking Fuego. Forearms and chops. Corner whip, corner clothesline, Fuego thrown down, one two NO. Whip, reversed, Stuka handspring backflip, Okumura charges into a takedown, Namajague rushes in, but Stuka suplexes him onto his partner! Okumura rolls out, Namajague stays in. Corner whip, revers, Namajague charges in, but misses and spears the post at high speed. Stuka flips his partner to the apron, they both climbs to the top rope, carefully, and then dive off – moonsault and deadman's plancha! Referee counts them both out as we get a replay. Fuego and Namajague in, Fuego clothesline, but Namajague won't go down. Clothesline misses, Namajague shoves him into the ropes, Fuego back with a springboard tope, one two Okumura breaks it up. Lot of pin break ups in this fall. Fuego pleads to the audience, then picks up Namajague by his hair. Slap to the chest. Whip, reversed, Namajague hooks Fuego in a leg and arm cradle, Stuka breaks it up without even a pin being counted. Fuego shoulderblocks Namajague, brushing quebrada, Namajague kick caught, Fuego drops him in the splits, and double legdrops his leg. Cover one two Okumura breaks it up. Okumura makes sure to yell at the crow before leaving. Replay of the double legdrop. Back live, Namajague suplexes Fuego and covers one two Stuka dropkick. Okumura comes in to confront him, and they clothesline each other. That should give the other two a moment. Namajague German suplex, Fuego flips out, reverse bodyscissors cradle with bridge, Namajague pulls Fuego off his head and bridge, one two three, both pinned.
Everyone is briefly confused and argues with Tigre Hispano. Tecnicos are distraught. Stuka ducks a clothesline and headscissors Okumura out. Stuka runs, big tope to wipe out Okumura. It takes a while for them to pull themselves back up, but enough time for a replay. Stuka in and calling for one more – tope, no, he pulls up as Okumura moves. Okumura on the apron and knocking Stuka back. Okumura climbs up top, but Stuka elbows him and climbs up. Okumura pushes him back, then climbs up top himself. Missile dropkick misses! Casita, Tiger Hispano running a long way to count it, one two NO. Crowd into the match. Both slow up. Okumura off the ropes, Stuka powerbomb, one two NO. Stuka scoops and slams Okumura, then runs to the corner. Stuka climbing up, even as Fuego waves and screams or him not to do tit. Top rope splash – misses! Okumura layout reverse DDT one two th-NO. Okumura frustrated, by scooping Stuka again. Michinoku Driver one two NO. Okumura is running out of moves! Let's keep showing the same crowd shots, why not. Stuka clothesline ducked under, Stuka fireman drops him, and drops him a second time. Stuka up top, Fuego watching with his heads on the head, crowd not sure about this – splash connects! Stuka lays on top, one two three!
Fuego carries Stuka around. Namajague argues the count with the referee, getting nowhere. Okumura lays on the mat. Champions get their belts back, and Namajague helps Stuka to the back.
Match 2: Atlantis ©, Diamante Azul, Shocker vs Felino, Mephisto ©, Mr. Niebla
Arena Mexico, 09/09/2012
Winner: rudos (2-0)
Match Time: 9:17
Notes: Entrances here as well. Also, a break before the match gets started. That's a clue! Referee is Rafael Maya.
1: Opening is Felino pulling Azul's in various directions, before whipping him into a Niebla kick. Niebla singlehandedly clears out the técnicos, leaving Mephisto with really nothing to do but hang out with Zacarias. Felino does bring over Shocker so Mephisto can get in an elbow and feel included. Niebla brawls with Atlantis on the outside, then brings him in to rip at his mask in a more visible area. Mephisto bends Shocker off the middle rope for some Zacarias kicks. Rudos work over Atlantis. Atlantis make a totally legal tag to Azul, but Maya disallows it because the rudos want to work over Atlantis for a bit longer. Felino taunts in Azul thinking the ref will stop him, and the ref is not so much in a hurry to stop Azul. He gets back off, eventually. Rudos work over Atlantis' mask a lot. Azul finally gets in and Niebla bails. Mephisto confuses Azul by offering a handshake and sneaks in a kick, then Felino takes over for chop. Announcers still refer to Azul as DF heavyweight champ. Azul rallies back and chops Felino. Whip, reversed, Azul runs the ropes, Felino clotheslines him and dropkicks him fast. Tag to Shocker, but Felino pulls Azul back. Shocker's legal here, so the ref pulls Azul back while the rudos work over Shocker. More chops, slaps and kicks until Shocker rolls out. This feels like a long fall, but it's just been a lot of one thing. Felino finally cradles Atlantis for the pin.
2: Azul monkey flips Niebla, but Felino knocks him down with a running shoulderblock. Felino manages to shoulderbreaker Azul, no small feet given the big difference in size. Mephisto kicks and slaps Azul hard, until Azul falls over. Mephisto taunts the técnicos. Atlantis gets the best of Mephisto and Niebla briefly before they get it together. Atlantis sidesteps a corner charge to start the comeback proper, taking care of all three rudos by himself. Azul missile dropkicks the Pesta Negra due awkwardly, then Azul and Atlantis tope those rudos. Shockercito and Mephisto lug it out, both avoiding each other's shots with limited success. Shocker get the knockdown blow and the time killing hold but Niebla boots to break that up. Other four all in, rudos knock down both técnicos, kiss, and Felino drops Azul in position for Niebla as he goes up. Top rope splash, inverted figure four, técnicos are down.
A child dressed up as Zacarias is very happy, though unhappy when they stop playing the Peste Negra music (which he/she was dancing too) so Felino can ask for the title match. In the background, one of the producers talks to Zacarias about the other parrot. You can tell this wasn't a hard match, Felino never took off his vest. Niebla burps into the microphone before also making the challenge. Atlantis accepts for his team next week, then they brawl again. Or Felino just runs for Azul as the other two tumble around on the ground.
After replays, the two parrots dance together.