CMLL Guerreros del Ring on 52MX #422 (12/21/2013) 
Recapped: 01/04/2014

Ripper and Sagrado promos lead into...

Match 1: Sagrado, Solar I ©, Stuka Jr. vs Negro Navarro ©, Olímpico, Psyco Ripper
Arena Coliseo Guadalajara, 12/10/2013

  1. técnicos
  2. rudos
  3. rudos

Winner: rudos
Match Time: 15:40
Rating: good
Notes: Referee is Estrada

1: Navarro and Solar start because why not. Navarro traps Solar in a figure four lock early, but Solar escapes and ties him up into a nudo for a moment. Navarro shows off a standing figure four arm trap hold, but the arm isn't trapped so much for Solar not to be able to escape. Solar again goes for a hold and doesn't get it in for long. Navarro with a one legged tapatía, leading into a double pin. Next up is a chinlock cross legged tapatía, but Solar escapes that and puts on his own tapatía variant. Crowd approves as they break free from each other. Solar armdrags and headscissors Navarro around, more counts on a cradle, and a face off. They tag out at just over four minutes. Sagrado and Olímpico are heavy on the armdrags in their mat work, with Olímpico busting out a headscissors form the mat. Ripper and Stuka are last, not really doing the mat wrestling, though Stuka shows off some counters on Ripper's moves. Exchange of dropkicks sends Ripper out. Olímpico in to cut of the dive, but Stuka traps him in a suástica. Ripper returns in time to break that up. Ripper Gori Stretch, Sagrado overturns that with a superkick, Stuka sunset flip, Sagrado adds a front bridge, Navarro easily breaks that up. Sagrado sent out, Stuka out on his own, Solar runs in, grabs Navarro in reverse hammerlock and rolls him to the mat for an headscissors. Solar adjusts and ends up in a modified Dos Caras clutch for three.

2: Navarro and Stuka exchange armdrags, and Navarro likes spinning at the face off. Solar knocks Olímpico down repeatedly, but runs into a hiptoss. Solar dumps Olímpico out, but Olímpico skins the cat back in. Olímpico's turn to run into a hiptoss, and both guys take turns kicking each other away. Dueling dropkicks and face off. Sagrado goes for his usual flying moves on Psicosis, misses on the run up the corner plancha, and Ripper pulls him halfway up in a tapatía for the submission. Solar in and dropkicking Ripper, Navarro shoulderblocks him out, Stuka back elbows him, Olímpico takes down Stuka and finishes him with the Cirsto Negro.

3: Olímpico with the rare double stump puller on Solar. Solar barely gets his own hold on before Navarro's in to break it up. Navarro with a nudo variation of his own, but Sagrado breaks it up for a step over double armbar. Ripper's turn, whipping Sagrado in the ropes to set up an inverted Indian deathlock with armbar. Stuka breaks that up. Ripper and Stuka battle to the middle rope for a Stuka middle rope superplex. That's a strange submission! Olímpico stops the count, then breaks up the pin. Olímpico with an escalara, more or less, then solar gives him a Solarina (the cool hanging upside down hold.) Navarro breaks that up, puts on a cruz nipona. There are no tag rules her, obviously. Sagrado knocks Navarro over with two taps, a scorpion with armbar barely on before Ripper kicks to breaks it up. Ripper quebradora, and a second. Cover, one two Stuka breaks it up. No kickouts! Stuka suplex, and he tries the double stomp puller. Olímpico slaps him hard for stealing his hold, then puts on his own. Sagrado breaks it up. This is a merry go round. Olímpico and Sagrado tie each other up, roll to the ground for a double pin, one two, they both kind of roll up a shoulder, then drop down again, one two three. Double pin. Ripper and the referee have to untangle them before they go out. Ripper kicks Stuka in the corner, but Stuka cogs and ripper spears the post. Stuka all the way up, deadman's plancha. Navarro and Solar left to finish it, Navarro blocks one clothesline but not the second. Solar sunset flip, Navarro breaks free, Solar small package, two count. Solar Dos Caras clutch one two NO. Solar clothesline, tries another hold but thrown off. Solar clothesline one more time, Navarro turns into a wristlock, then an elbow lock on the ground. Solar gives.

Match 2: Súper Halcón Jr. vs Cancerbero in a lightning match
Arena Mexico, 12/15/2013

Winner: Cancerbero via motocicleta
Match Time: 7:06 (7:34 on clock)
Rating: ok

Promos by Volador and Negro, separated by a commercial break, leads up to this. Negro specifically says he wants Volador's title.

Match 3: Atlantis, Valiente, Volador Jr. © vs Felino, Negro Casas ©, Pierroth
Arena Mexico, 12/15/2013

  1. rudos
  2. técnicos
  3. rudos

Winner: rudos (2-1)
Match Time: 11:30
Rating: ok
Notes: Referee is Tigre Hispano.