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MaskedMania: Lucha Libre Mexicana 4/27/14
-1hr 40min. Q=Perfect

Latin Dragon & Ultimo Panda vs. Frightmare & Hallowicked. Decent opener with the effort being more outstanding than the skill, but clearly some talent was on display. Although Panda is the only comedy wrestler, his antics tended to determine the character of the match, which was not for the better. He's not much of an athlete, and he's quick to make fun of himself about that, but the other three mostly made up for him. Frightmare & Hallowicked were more impressive as a team than individually with their cohesive double team moves, certainly the better team here, though Dragon may have been the most impressive individually. Panda hit a Panda (crucifix) roll with both opponents on his shoulders to set up the finish. *1/2

Amasis & Ophidian & Green Ant vs. Chuck Taylor & Orange Cassidy & Papadon. I can understand Panda making fun of his lack of athleticism on a show based around athleticism because it's obvious that he's not the caliber athlete of the others so there's no point in pretending that he is, but hoping fans are going to get into a speedy, flashy lucha tag by starting off with a wrestler, Cassidy, pretending to be so lethargic he can barely even stand isn't going to get anyone's juices flowing. Luckily, it was predominantly a showcase for the technicos. The high flying of Amasis & Ophidian took over once Cassidy got out of the way. Amasis was particularly impressive as an athlete, but Ophidian was a little more advanced offensively. Taylor was the only rudo that could really do the lucha style. Papadon was fine, but was basically a power wrestler who took flying moves. Cassidy fought like he was drugged, and was a total buzzkill, his "best" offense being falling on the opposition. This literally would have been a good match if they just tossed any non-descript student who could blend in and take a few bumps out there instead of grinding the match to a halt trying to find comedy where it doesn't exist. **1/4

PWR World Mini's Title Match: Mini Mariachi vs. Pierrothito. The minis tried to steal the show. A higher level of professionalism was evidence in the general quality of the work, but Mariachi choked on a couple of his biggest spots. Pierrothito had about 10 inches and 60 pounds on the former Octagoncito, and was bullying him when he had a hold of him, but no one expected him to win turning a tilt-a-whirl into a powerbomb, including the ref who had an "oh shit" moment after counting 3. The gave Pierrothito the belt, but then extended the match another 5 minutes for no reason, without any real storyline explanation as to why beyond Mariachi wanting another chance to remember to kick out. Mariachi took a few more moves before hitting the flash pin to retain. The best match so far wrestling wise, but something of a debacle. **

Cassandro vs. Matt Cross. They didn't totally gel, but both were individually good. Despite being an exotico, Cassandro's style had almost nothing to do with bringing out the homophobic aspects of his opponent's personality. Cross was actually the better athlete, but Cassandro's athleticism was much more fluidly integrated hitting ranas on the run as opposed to Cross' stand and leap gymnastic style. They did a good job of going back & forth without making it obvious who would win or when. **1/2

Bestia 666 & Damian 666 & Sabu vs. BLK Jeez & Ruckus & Homicide. Chaos. Damian's son Bestia 666 appeared to be the real deal. The match was mostly a showcase for Sabu though, and though that sounds like pure nostalgia, he did do his best to put on a good show. There was no structure or order or direction, but Sabu had the chair in play consistently, and was flying around, even if not as high as 20 years ago, and doing some of his famous table spots. Ruckus was the only rudo that bothered to do anything, showing some impressive athleticism in his own right. Certainly not what one would call a "good match", but it was entertaining for Sabu fans. *3/4

IWL World Heavyweight Title Match: Dr. Wagner Jr. vs. LA Park. A show saving main event. Even though both guys are closing in on 50, mainly due to Wagner, this had the aura and intensity of a legitimate big show main event title match where age was irrelevant, and, mainly due to Parka, the fun to get through the down periods. Wagner is in better shape than he was 15 years ago, and still at the top of his game. The same can not be said for Parka, who is quite chubby these days, but after what started out looking to be a one-man show by Wagner, Parka stepped it up and showed he can still work stiff and pull off some good spots. They displayed a lot of charisma, but they also worked and hit hard, keeping the fans into it throughout. Parka requires a slower pace, but is able to introduce enough shenanigans that his charisma can somewhat mask the down spots. The weirdest spot saw the ref semi-accidentally pinning Wagner in a sunset flip due to a fast count by Parka. Both men were unmasked during the match, but thankfully this didn't result in a DQ, nor did the low blow. ***1/4

AAA UND 9/6/17 AAA TripleMania XXII taped 8/17/14 Arena Ciudad de Mexico
& AAA UND 9/7/17 AAA TripleMania XXIII taped 8/9/15 Arena Ciudad de Mexico
-1hr 30min. Q=Perfect

AAA Reina de Reinas Title Match: Faby Apache vs. Taya

Mask Vs. Hair Match: Psycho Clown vs. El Texano Jr.


Dinastia & Drago & Goya Kong & Pimpinela Escarlata vs. Daga & Mamba & Mini Psycho Clown & Sexy Star

Blue Demon Jr. & La Parka vs. Electroshock & El Mesias

AAA World Trios Title Three Way Steel Cage Match: Averno & Chessman & Cibernetico vs. Angelico & Fenix & Jack Evans vs. El Hijo del Fantasma & El Texano Jr. & Pentagon Jr.

Lucha Underground #9 1/7/15 taped 10/5/14 Los Angeles Lucha Underground Temple
& Lucha Underground #10 1/14/15 taped 10/18/14 Los Angeles Lucha Underground Temple
-1hr 30min. Q=Perfect


Aztec Warfare. 20 man royal rumble to crown the 1st ever Lucha Underground Champion


4-way elimination match: Cage vs. Aerostar vs. Argenis vs. Angelico 5:59

King Cuerno vs. Drago 3:20

Lucha Underground Title Match: Prince Puma vs. Fenix 12:09

Lucha Underground #11 1/21/15 taped 10/18/14 Los Angeles Lucha Underground Temple
& Lucha Underground #12 1/28/15 taped 10/19/14 Los Angeles Lucha Underground Temple
-1hr 30min. Q=Perfect


Cortez Castro & Mr. Cisco vs. Mascarita Sagrada & Pimpinela Escarlata 4:47

Pentagon Jr. vs. Super Fly 5:10

Mariachi Loco vs. Sexy Star 3:49

Falls Count Anywhere: King Cuerno vs. Drago 11:23


Fenix vs. Mil Muertes 3:48

Bael & Mr. Cisco & Cortez Castro vs. Aerostar & Super Fly & Argenis 10:53

Lucha Underground Title Match: Prince Puma vs. Cage 10:18