Match21: Freesbe & Oro Jr. vs Akuma & Camorra
Arena Mexico, 10/30/2012
Match Time: 10:06
Notes: Referee is Bestia Negra. This is the first time Oro and Akuma have made TV, though they've been made an appearance on the Terra web show.
1: Pairs are Oro/Akuma and Freesbee/Akuma and are unnoteworthy. Akuma spears Oro the second time thru and finishes him with a motocicleta (to the side) rather quickly. Freesbe dropkick Oro out, but immediately gets submitted by Camorra.
2: Rudo domination includes a nice spinning fireman's slam by Akuma. Oro fights off corner charges to start the comeback, but Akuma stands and looks dumb for about a half minute when Freesbe is too late starting to climb up, then too slow doing the actual climbing. Camorra clears out Oro, but gets submitted by Freesbe. Oro barely gets to Akuma on his moonsault but does just enough.
3: Freesbe showcase includes a push off headscissors on the floor. Oro pulls off the Angel de Oro kip under clothesline bit, and a backflip roll into a casadora armdrag. Diving headscissors finished it off. Oro plays to the crowd a lot, which actually seems like a good thing at this level. Freesbe cradles up Camorra a lot, Camorra kicks out a lot, and Camorra fouls him for no particular reason for the DQ.
Match 2: Camaleón, Pegasso ©, Sensei vs Artillero, Hooligan ©, Súper Comando
Arena Mexico, 10/30/2012
Winner: técnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 12:48
Notes: Referee is Bestia Negra. Isis is watching from the apron again.
1: Sensei ties Super Comando up, Super Comando is able to throw him away. Match is held out when Artierllos is ruled not to have tagged in close enough to the corner. Normal early match sequence between him and Camaleón. Hooligan is in briefly before Pegasso headscissors and dropkicks him out. Isis grabs Pegasso, and the announcers call it going bad before Hooligan even starts his kick. Other four in, técnicos start off well, but Sensei boots Camaleón into an Artillero takedown, and the Militia immediately submit them both.
2: Rudos hold the ring, frequently kicking the técnicos from the apron. Artillero has good form on his fake marital arts pose, more elaborate than Super Comando. Everyone pounds Sensei in the corner nicely. Pegasso takes the low blow dropkick this week. Comeback is off he técnicos tripping the técnicos, and Sensei out kicking Super Comando. Sensei lock finishes Comando, and Hooligan and Camaleón return to finish it with another armbar. Pegasso casadora cradles Artillero, not that it matters.
3: Sensei show off his kicks. Camaleón has a ramp running springboard armdrag or Super Comando. A couple quebradoras, and Comando walks out on his knees. Pegasso puts Comando in a time killing hold, rudos break it up, técnicos come in and are sent into each other. Rudos return the favor. Boost spot goes better this tie, Camaleón headscissors Comando out and Sensei backdropping Artillero out of the the other way. Both técnicos slingshot out for dives – or really failed dive, since the rudos sweep them off the apron – but Sensei's catches his leg in the top rope on the way over and hurts his knee. Captains back in, Pegasso gets in a plancha before Hooligan takes him down and submits him with an odd hold.
Match 3: Fuego, Sagrado, Triton vs Arkángel de la Muerte, Cancerbero, Raziel
Arena Mexico, 10/30/2012
Winner: técnicos (2-0)
Match Time: 13:24
Notes: Referee is Tirantes.
1: Triton/Raziel long mat sequence is highlighted by Raziel trapping Triton in a step over armbar for a while, and Triton really not having an escape for it. He eventually trips Raziel away, stomps him angrily, and holds his arm as he tags out. Huh. Fuego/Cancerbero isn't interesting. Sagrado/Arkangel is, more for the Cancerberos refusing to help Arkangel when he asks. Sagrado makes the same comeback anyway. Sagrado gives Arkangel the quebradora to send him out, then appears to forget he's supposed to stick around to be hit by the other rudos. Raziel & Cancerbero rush in with no one to hit, and Triton and Fuego are totally confused by Sagrado tagged him. Triton comes in and they get the the quick finish they wanted to do. The Cancerbero/Fuego finish has about 18 steps to it and is not worth the effort.
2: Triton starts with his showcase, over ambitious triple jump headscissors to finish it. Crowd chants for Fuego, a técnico, which is unexpected. Fuego back bend is expected. Match includes a half minute because Raziel rolls out instead of making a tag, leans near the barricade to recover and annoy the fans, and Tirantes won't let Arkangel in to continue. Something no one would've noticed if they had stopped the match. Sagrado and Arkangel continue where they left off. Tecnicos take turns working over Arkangel, with the Cancerbero breaking holds but refusing to tag Arkangel out. Cancerbero relents and tags in to work over Triton, and rudos start the beatdown proper from that. Triton takes the Cancerbero roll over senton, doesn't know he's supposed to leave. Cancerberos double team the others, with Arkangel repeatedly going to the middle rope as if his partners are going to hold up a técnicos for his low blow dropkick. Arkangel is dim tonight. Cancerbero does hold Fuego for Arkangel to kick, and Arkangel takes advantage for a armscissors variation. That looks like the finish, but Fuego doesn’t give. Arkangel holds Fuego, Fuego moves, Cancerberos kicks down Arkangel. That was inevitable. Cancerberos go back to double teaming, with a nice backdrop/double elbow drop bit for Triton and a short boost dropkick in the corner on Sagrado. Arkangel tries to help by holding Sagrado, but it fails and his partners slap him down. Sagrado's kicked out, but Arkangel has had enough and shoves both of his partners. Fuego and Triton set up more spots for the rudos to accidentally hit Arkangel, and Arkangel dices these aren't accidents. Rudos fight, técnicos roll them all up, three count.
Tecnicos celebrate while the rudos fight behind them. Técnicos are totally interested in this conflict (as is Tirantes!) Cancerbero & Raziel unmasked Arkangel and stomp him into the mat.
CMLL History: Arena Coliseo, built during the time of World War II and with the funds from a lottery result.
Match 4: Diamante Azul, Mistico, Stuka Jr. vs Euforia, Niebla Roja, Último Guerrero
Arena Mexico, 10/30/2012
Winner: rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 12:00
Notes: Guerreros enter as a group. Referee is Bestia Negra.
1: Pairs are Niebla Roja/Místico, Azul/Euforia (aggressive mat battle), and Stuka/UG oddly. UG quickly overwhelms Stuka, sends him out, and throws him around outside to kick off the rudo charge. Beatdown goes a ways, getting in the flying sit on Místico and setting up Euforia for one of the Guerreros old spots – Gori stretch on Stuka, Indian deathlock on Diamante Azul at the same time.
2: Stuka takes the new slingshot into a dropkick spot the Guerreros like. Niebla Roja out punches Azul, in a significant upset. That never seem to happen for Tiger. Azul is sent in the corner, Euforia trips him down by routine, then Euforia remembers to stand him up for Niebla's backflip double heel kick instead. Niebla Roja treats Místico to his flapjack kick. Místico starts the comeback by running up the ropes and headscissoring a charging Euforia. Niebla Roja kicks Místico down but misses a charge on Stuka and throws himself out, Stuka drops UG in the center of the ring, but fakes out the splash to deadman's plancha Niebla Roja while Azul gets in his dive on on Euforia. Mistica II takes it.
3: Azul press slams UG and armdrags Euforia. Niebla Roja goes sky high on the monkey flips. Stuka is fast and taking advantage of rudos bumbling; he goes a coupe of the old Místico spots with Ultimo Guerrero. Diving thru the ropes headscissors nicely finishes it. This Místico is more like late Místico, nothing but headscissors, including the front flip one on Euforia. Also, he gets booed. UG takes the knee bump out, and barely catches Místico (nearly head first into the ground.) Niebla Roja gives Stuka long set up into a jackhammer, and Euforia beats Diamante Azul with both the Euforica Special but also a leg scissors cruz nipona.
Lance: Disturbio frog splash on Camaleón
Tecnico: Starman diving overhead headscissors on Hooligan
Castigo: Marcela top rope double stomp on Tiffany.
Sensacional: Dark Angel plancha to the floor on everyone.
Espectacular: Diamante Azul's ramp dive onto Misterioso
Match 5: Black Warrior, Mr. Águila, Volador Jr. vs Atlantis, Delta, Guerrero Maya Jr. for the Mexican National Trios Championship
Arena Mexico, 10/30/2012
Winner: técnicos (2-1)
Match Time: 15:00
Notes: No entrances. Referee is Tirantes. No Mije, who's instead in Guadalajara with the other Invasors. Mr. Aguila has his gear this week, and a X skull facepaint! Volador is Iron Man.
1: Maya and Warrior have an extended battle on the mat, which includes Maya headstanding out of a headscissors and holding Warrior in an vice until Warrior can get to the ropes. Warrior tries to speed it up, but misses the corner splash and takes the heel kick for two. Warrior drops Maya with a spear for two. Aguila takes over and puts Maya in a surfboard, then turns him over for a pin. Maya's come back includes blocking chops from both hand and connecting on a wheel kick. Maya tags rout there to Delta, and he and Aguila start off unsmooth with each other. It picks up with a Aguila headscissors, Delta popping up right away to clothesline him. Delta powerslams and armbars Aguila, but Warrior breaks that up. Aguila reverses a whip, flapjacks Delta, and legdrops him for two. Delta dumped to the floor, but of course the match isn't allowed to continue without him tagging out. Aguila brings Delta back in, spinebuster, and tag to Volador to jump in and stomp. Volador takes a moment to point to his fans. Armbar on Delta, but close enough to let him tag in Atlantis. Atlantis is fired up. Volador rope flip, Atlantis quebradora, Volador escapes, front cracker, superkick, and out goes the técnico. Volador set up, but then walks into a Delta plancha instead of a dive. Volador back up quick, shoulderblock, off the ropes, Atlantis trips Volador and pulls him out a bit, Volador kicks him from the apron, but still runs into a quebradora on the outside. Delta rushes Warrior own and hooks on a Triangular del Solar. Maya puts Aguila in a suástica. Rudos give.
2: Warrior kicks down and low blow headbutts Warrior to stat, with the rest of the rudos rushing in to stomp, then to stop the técnicos from helping. Delta's pulled in and knocked around. Warrior lands his middle rope legdrop, but it takes Tirantes forever to count the pin and Maya breaks it up. Volador drops him, and Warrior slingshot in for an elbow drop. Tirantes is again slow to get in position and count, though no one's reacting to it. Back suplex and boot to the face sends Maya out. Atlantis is in and kicked out in no time. Maya return, slides out a whip, and Warrior blasts him with a tope. Aguila's jumping heel kick sends Delta out, and Aguila crashes on him with a slingshot tope con giro. Volador runs into a quebradora, slips out on the next, regains his footing, and drops Atlantis with a backcracker for three.
3: Warrior's unmasked Maya on the outside and is doing his pose in Maya's mask, but apparently Tirantes doesn't notice? No disqualification. Warrior throws Maya's mask back on top of him. Back in the ring, Volador avoids an Atlantis corner charge and drops him with a backcracker for two, then covers again to be sure. Bodyscissors cradle only gets Volador two, and causes Volador to argue with Tirantes. Atlantis reverse cradle causes both to be pinned for two. They tag out, Delta and Aguila rush in. Delta headlock, back elbows, Aguila picks him up back suplex style and drops him forward into his face for two. Aguila off the ropes and trying a casadora, but Delta stops and drops him hard with a Buca Storm – but only two. Aguila still looks out, Delta drags him to the corner for the climbing moonsaults. Delta goes a little long with the top rope one, and Warrior slingshot in to break the pin with a stomp. Maya screams at Warrior from outside the ring, but Warrior keeps Delta in and legdrops him on the back of the head. Maya break up that pin and covers Warrior himself for two. Maya clothesline blocked , Warrior spins him around and drops him good with a DDT. One two NO. Everyone's covering like this might be the finish. Corner whip, reversed, Maya charge in, Atlantis leaps over and corner sunset flips him one two NO. Maya stops a whip, snap mares Warrior to the mat, and puts him in a kneeling suastica. Warrior won't give, but he needs some help. Maya rolls him over into a cradle, and Warrior is able to escape the pin before three. Maya with a double armbar bridging cradle of craziness, only two. Maya 'rana, one two reversed one two NO. Corner whip, reversed, Warrior rolls out, Maya blows thru him with a tope con giro and hits the barricade hard. Delta and Aguila in, reversals leave Aguila dropkicking and empty corner, and Delta following him out with the tope con giro. Volador and Atlantis back in again. Volador kicks Atlantis into the corner, Atlantis flips him to the apron, Volador swing kicks him away and springboard planchas in. Volador's 'rana, Atlantis rolls thru, Volador back up to his feet – and into the Atlantida, again! Volador is done.
Atlantis seems shocked he won. Delta runs in, picks him up,t hen runs out to go check to see if Guerrero Maya is alive. Guerrero Maya is very disoriented, but Delta throws him back in so he can get his arm raised. Maya collapses a bit, but Atlantis helps him up for a hug. Rambo comes in the ring to hand the belts to the old, and new champs. Rudos raise their own arms behind them, and take off quick.
Announcers talk about the title change and wrap up the show.