New Japan Announces Lineup for “Wrestling Kingdom”
This week New Japan Pro Wrestling released the card for their huge 01/04 Tokyo Dome show which will feature stars from NJPW, Pro Wrestling NOAH, TNA Wrestling, and CMLL. Taichi, who is currently on a tour of Mexico in CMLL, will be returning to Japan to team with Kenny Omega to face Koji Kanemoto & Ryusuke Taguchi. Also, Strong Man will team with his Japanese buddy Manabu Nakanishi in a 3-Way Dance for the IWGP Tag Team Titles as they face the champions: Karl Anderson & Giant Bernard and TNA’s Beer Money. Then, Hector Garza will team up with Jushin Thunder Liger to face the team of La Sombra & Mascara Dorada in a big Lucha Match! That’s it for the CMLL representatives but TNA’s Rob Van Dam will face off against Toru Yano in a one-on-one match and Jeff Hardy will defend the TNA World Heavyweight Title against No Limit’s Tetsuya Naito! The full card is below.
NJPW 01/04 “Wrestle Kingdom V” Tokyo, Japan Lineup
1) Wataru Inoue, Tiger Mask, Tomoaki Hanma, & Tama Tonga vs. Yujiro, Tomohiro Ishii, Jado, & Gedo
2) Koji Kanemoto & Ryusuke Taguchi vs. Kenny Omega & Taichi
3) IWGP Tag Team Titles 3-Way Dance: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson (c) vs. James Storm & Robert Roode vs. Manabu Nakanishi & Strong Man
4) Jushin Thunder Liger & Hector Garza vs. La Sombra & Mascara Dorada
5) Hiroyoshi Tenzan vs. Takashi Iizuka
6) Toru Yana vs. Rob Van Dam
7) Yuji Nagata vs. Minoru Suzuki
8) IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Title: Prince Devitt (c) vs. Kota Ibushi
9) Hirooki Goto & Okada vs. Takashi Sugiura & Yoshihiro Takayama
10) TNA World Title: Jeff Hardy (c) vs. Tetsuya Naito
11) Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Go Shiozaki
12) Togi Makabe vs. Masato Tanaka
13) IWGP Heavyweight Title: Satoshi Kojima (c) vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi
CMLL 12/10 Arena Mexico Results
1) Hooligan & Mortiz def. Angel de Plata & Guerrero Maya Jr.
2) Delta, Fuego, & Stuka Jr. def. Euforia, Polvora, & Sangre Azteca
3) Copa Jr. Block A Semifinals: Volador Jr. def. Shocker
4) Copa Jr. Block A 1st Round: La Sombra def. Mephisto
5) Copa Jr. Block A 1st Round: Olimpico def. Rush
6) Copa Jr. Block A 1st Round: La Mascara def. Felino
7) Copa Jr. Block A 1st Round: Dragon Rojo Jr. def. Maximo
8) Copa Jr. Block A Quarterfinals: La Sombra def. Olimpico
9) Copa Jr. Block A Quarterfinals: Dragon Rojo Jr. def. La Mascara
10) Copa Jr. Block A Semifinals: Dragon Rojo Jr. def. La Sombra
11) Copa Jr. Block A Finals: Dragon Rojo Jr. def. Volador Jr.
12) Mistico, Latin, & Strong Man def. Hector Garza, Mr. Aguila, & El Terrible
* NOTES *
– Big night for Dragon Rojo.
– Pics are courtesy of CMLL.com.
– Angel de Plata shows off his wings:
– Hooligan & Mortiz double team Angel:
– Delta with an insane dive:
– Fuego dives:
– Stuka Jr. hits a Splash for the win:
– They held a Battle Royal at the beginning of the night to set up the seeding for this block of the tournament:
– The way it worked was the first 8 guys out of the Battle Royal face each other in the order they were eliminated while the final 2 in the Battle Royal are shot straight to the Semfinals (meaning they get a bye from the 1st & 2nd Round). Shocker & Volador were the final 2 in the Battle Royal.
– La Sombra hits an Asai Moonsault on Mephisto:
– Sombra gets Mephisto with the Moonsault:
– La Mascara gets Felino with the Campana (Rocking Horse):
– Dragon Rojo Jr. takes out La Mascara with a Dragon Bomb:
– Sombra takes out Olimpico with a Somersault Plancha:
– Dragon Rojo Jr. and La Sombra face off:
– Not even the Brillante Driver was enough to give Sombra the win!:
– Dragon catches Sombra!:
– Volador KICKED off the Finals, literally:
– Volador & Dragon traded dives:
– In the end Dragon stunned Volador for the win!:
– Rojo earns wins over Maximo, La Mascara, Sombra, & Volador to get into the Finals against the Winner of next weeks Block. This was easily the biggest night of Dragon’s career thus far.
– Mistico flies in the Main Event:
– Mistico & Strong Man get the win for their team:
CMLL 12/12 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Results
1) El Divino def. In Memoriam
2) Malefico, Puma King, & Tiger Kid def. Leono, Samurai, & Sensei
3) Hooligan, Loco Max, & Semental def. Angel de Plata, Guerrero Maya Jr., & Molotov
4) Fuego, Rush, & Valiente def. Polvora, Shigeo Okumura, & Yoshihashi
5) Mistico, Shocker, & Toscano def. El Alebrije, Psicosis II, & Mr. Aguila
CMLL 12/12 Arena Solidarid Results
1) Golden Boy & Potro Jr. def. Tigre Universitario & Difunto I
2) Hijo del Fantasma & Rey Hechicero def. Ephesto & Misterioso II
3) Sangre Azteca & Virus def. Mascara Purpura & Diamante
4) Ultimo Guerrero & Dragon Rojo Jr. def. Maximo & Sagrado
5) Azteca Title: Atlantis def. Hector Garza (c) & Blue Panther to win the trophy/title!
CMLL 12/12 Arena Mexico Results
1) Artillero, Comorra, & Super Comando def. Bengala, Camaleon, & Trueno
2) La Comandante, Princesa Sujei, & Zeuxis def. Dalys la Caribena, Dark Angel, & Lluvia
3) Angel de Oro, Delta, & Metro def. Euforia, Nosferatu, & Vangelis via DQ
4) La Mascara, Strong Man, & Brazo de Plata def. Negro Casas, Rey Bucanero, & Felino
5) Volador Jr. def. La Sombra
* NOTES *
– Main Event was said to have been one of the best matches all year.
– As the pictures below will describe (courtesy of CMLL.com) they pulled out all the stops to beat each other!
– Sombra wasted no time!:
– Volador answers with his own dive:
– Volador catches Sombra in the 1st fall with the Head Scissors Piledriver!:
– More dives:
– Volador gets Sombra with a Superrana:
– As it looked like Volador was going to win it in 2 straight falls, Sombra caught Volador with the Brillante Driver out of nowhere!:
– Sombra nails Volador with a Hanging Guillotine Leg Drop:
– Sombra catches Volador with a 2nd Brillante Driver but this time Volador was able to kick out:
– Volador finally got the win with the Spanish Fly:
– Volador Jr. wins this round of CMLL’s Feud of the Year (in my opinion):
CMLL 12/14 Arena Mexico Results
1) Rayo Tapatio I & Rayo Tapatio II def. Cholo & Zayco
2) Guerrero Maya Jr., Leono, & Starman def. Apocalipsis, Demus 3:16, & Escorpion
3) Metro, Stuka Jr., & Valiente def. Euforia, Nosferatu, & Skandalo
4) Ultimo Guerrero, Atlantis, & Dragon Rojo Jr. def. Blue Panther, La Mascara, & Maximo
5) NWA Light Heavyweight Title: Shocker def. Texano Jr. (c) to win the title!
* NOTES *
– Shocker ends Texano’s near 2 year reign! This was the first time Texano has defended that belt since December of LAST year. By the way no one seems to be calling this (or the other NWA belts) the CMLL Historic Light Heavyweight Title anymore so neither am I.
CMLL 12/14 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Results
1) Javier Cruz Jr. def. Acertijo
2) Black Metal & Neutron def. Angel del Mal & Evola
3) La Comandante & Princesa Blanca def. Goya Kong & Silueta
4) Angel de Oro, Diamante, & Rush def. Polvora, Shigeo Okumura, & Yoshihashi
5) Averno, Mephisto, & Ephesto def. Mistico, Strong Man, & Sagrado
CMLL 12/17 Arena Neza Lineup
1) Camaleon & Guerrero Maya Jr. vs. Apolo Estrada Jr. & Durango Kid
2) Sensei & Starman vs. Artillero & Super Comando
3) Coco Blanco, Cocolores, & Neza Kid vs. Hermano Muerte III, Puma King, & Tiger Kid
4) Metro & Stuka Jr. vs. Misterioso II & Sangre Azteca
5) La Mascara, Brazo de Plata, & Maximo vs. Rey Bucanero, El Terrible, & Texano Jr.
6) Shocker & Latin vs. Hector Garza & Mr. Aguila
CMLL 12/17 Arena Mexico Lineup
1) Metalico & Molotov vs. Disturbio & Semental
2) Angel Azteca Jr., Diamante, & Sagrado vs. Cancerbero, Raziel, & Virus
3) Copa Jr. Block B: Mistico, Brazo de Plata, Hijo del Fantasma, Delta, Angel de Oro, Negro Casas, Hector Garza, Averno, Texano Jr., & Misterioso Jr.
4) La Sombra, Mascara Dorada, & Shocker vs. Mr. Aguila, Psicosis II, & Olimpico
CMLL 12/19 Arena Coliseo Lineup
1) Bengala & Metatron vs. Camorra & Mortiz
2) Dalys la Caribena, Lluvia, & Marcela vs. La Amapola, La Seductora, & Princesa Blanca
3) Mexican National Trios Title Tournament Block A: Metal Blanco, Palacio Negro, & Sagrado vs. Arkangel de la Muerte, Loco Max, & Skandalo vs. Fuego, Pegasso, & Rey Cometa vs. Euforia, Nosferatu, & Polvora
4) Blue Panther, La Mascara, & Shocker vs. Ultimo Guerrero, Rey Bucanero, & Atlantis
* NOTES *
– The winning trio of the Tournament will face Metro, Stuka Jr., and the winner of the CMLL.com pollo (likely Delta) to crown new Mexican National Trios Champions.
CMLL 12/19 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Lineup
1) Nube Roja vs. Acertijo
2) Leono, Metal Blanco, & Trueno vs. Malefico, Puma King, & Tiger Kid
3) Angel de Plata, Black Metal, & Metalico vs. Hooligan, Semental, & Virus
4) Maximo, Metro, & Rush vs. Mr. Aguila, Texano Jr., & Olimpico
5) Mistico vs. Psicosis II
CMLL 12/21 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Lineup
1) Angelo vs. Templario
2) Neutron & Palacio Negro vs. Mr. Trueno & Rey Trueno
3) Angel Azteca, Angel de Oro, & Angel de Plata vs. Hooligan, Loco Max, & Skandalo
4) Blue Panther, Delta, & Maximo vs. Negro Casas, Hector Garza, & Felino
5) Mistico vs. Mephisto
AAA 01/02 Arena Naucalpan Lineup
1) Dinamic Black, Sexy Lady, & Violento Jack vs. Aeroboy, Comando Negro, & Ludark
2) Tag Team Cibernetico: Murder Clown & Psycho Clown vs. Bestia 666 & Damian666 vs. Crazy Boy & Joe Lider vs. Rocky Santana & Yakuza vs. Mascara Ano 2000 & Trauma I vs. Black Warrior & Hijo de Pierroth
3) Relevos Increibles: Dr. Wagner Jr. & Electroshock vs. La Parka Jr. & Silver Kain
Dragon Gate USA Announces Full Details on Tag Team Tournament
This week DG-USA announced the full details on the upcoming Open the United Gate Titles Tournament which will begin on 01/28 and end on 01/30. The four team tournament will be Round Robine style with 2 points going to the winner of each match and 1 point going to each team if there is a draw (each match will have a 30 minute time limit). The four teams picked for the Tournament are: Naruki Doi & a mystery partner, Ronin (Chuck Taylor & Johnny Gargano), Warrios (CIMA & Dragon Kid), and finally World-1 (Masato Yoshino & PAC). The tournament matches are listed below (remember if there is a tie for 1st place after the final match, a sudden death match will begin immediately):
– CIMA & Dragon Kid vs. Masato Yoshino & PAC (01/28)
– Naruki Doi & TBA vs. Chuck Taylor & Johnny Gargano (01/28)
– Naruki Doi & TBA vs. Masato Yoshino & PAC (01/29)
– CIMA & Dragon Kid vs. Chuck Taylor & Johnny Gargano (01/29)
– CIMA & Dragon Kid vs. Naruki Doi & TBA (01/30)
– Masato Yoshino & PAC vs. Chuck Taylor & Johnny Gargano (01/30)
More Names & Matches Announced for Dragon Gate/AJPW Super Show
This past weekend All Japan Pro Wrestling & Dragon Gate named the first two matches, as well as the list of competitors, for their 01/24 “Super Fight 2011” Super Show. First, Dragon Gate’s Naruki Doi & Kzy will team up to face AJPW’s Shuji Kondo & KAI. Also, CIMA will team with AJPW’s Keiji Mutoh & Tiger Mask V to face Masato Yoshino, Suwama, & The Great Sasuke in a Dream Trios Match. Representing Dragon Gate at the show will be YAMATO, Masaaki Mochizuki, Dragon Kid, Open the Freedom Gate Champion: BxB Hulk, Don Fujii, Susumu Yokosuka, KAGETORA, Open the Dream Gate Champion: Masato Yoshino, CIMA, Kzy, & 1/2 of Open the Twin Gate Champions: Naruki Doi. Representing All Japan will be Keiji Mutoh, Tiger Mask V, AJPW Triple Crown Champion: Suwama, Great Sasuke, Shuji Kondo, KAI, AJPW Jr. Heavyweight Champ: Kaz Hayashi, Masakatsu Funaki, Ryoto Hama, Hiroshi Yamato, and former IWRG Lightweight Champ: Tetsuya Bushi. Also, INDY performers (All Japan affiliates) Yoshihiro Tajiri, 1/2 of AJPW Tag Team Champs: Akebono, Minoru, NOSAWA, Dynamite Kansai, Aja Kong, Carlos Amano, & Chikayo Nagashima.
Dragon Gate 12/10 Toyama Results
– Dark Match: Takuya Tomakomai fought Wade Fitzgerald to a DRAW
1) BxB Hulk & Yoshiaki Yago def. Shingo Takagi & KAGETORA
2) YAMATO def. Yasushi Kanda
3) Susumu Yokosuka def. Genki Horiguchi
4) Masato Yoshino & PAC def. Ryo Saito & Dragon Kid
5) CIMA, Masaaki Mochizuki, & Ricochet def. Naruki Doi, Gamma, & Kzy
Dragon Gate 12/11 Hiroshima Results
1) CIMA & Ricochet def. Yasushi Kanda & Gamma
2) Ryo Saito def. Shachihoko Machine
3) Susumu Yokosuka def. Makoto Hashi
4) YAMATO & Shingo Takagi def. Naruki Doi & Kzy
5) Masato Yoshino, BxB Hulk, & PAC def. Masaaki Mochizuki, Dragon Kid, & Genki Horiguchi
Dragon Gate 12/12 Aichi Results
– Dark Match: K-Ness def. Wade Fitzgerald
1) Shingo Takagi, KAGETORA, & Cyber Kong def. Masato Yoshino, Susumu Yokosuka, & BxB Hulk
2) Masaaki Mochizuki & Don Fujii def. Super Shenlong & Takuya Tomakomai
3) Kenichiro Arai def. Naoki Tanizaki
4) CIMA, Dragon Kid, & Ricochet def. Takuya Sugawara, Yasushi Kanda, & Kzy
5) Ryo Saito & Genki Horiguchi def. Naruki Doi & Gamma
6) Open the Brave Gate Title: PAC (c) def. YAMATO to retain the title!
Dragon Gate 12/14 Osaka Results
– Dark Match: Super Shenlong def. Wade Fitzgerald
1) Ryo Saito & Ricochet def. Naruki Doi & Naoki Tanizaki
2) Susumu Yokosuka def. Genki Horiguchi
3) Masaaki Mochizuki & Don Fujii def. Shingo Takagi & Shachihoko Machine
4) CIMA & Dragon Kid def. Kzy & Gamma
5) Masato Yoshino, PAC, & BxB Hulk def. YAMATO, Cyber Kong, & KAGETORA
* NOTES *
– Dragon Gate honored Masato Yoshino on this show as this was his 10 Year Anniversary of being in the business.
Dragon Gate 12/18 Aichi Lineup
1) YAMATO & Cyber Kong def. Naoki Tanizaki & Kzy
2) Ryo Saito vs. Takuya Tomakomai
3) PAC vs. Super Shisa
4) Naruki Doi & Gamma vs. Shingo Takagi & KAGETORA
5) Masato Yoshino, BxB Hulk, & Susumu Yokosuka vs. Dragon Kid, Genki Horiguchi, & Ricochet
Dragon Gate 12.19 Hyogo Lineup
1) Dragon Kid & Ricochet vs. Shingo Takagi & KAGETORA
2) Ryo Saito vs. Hollywood Stalker Ichikawa
3) Don Fujii & Super Shisa vs. BxB Hulk & Takuya Tomakomai
4) YAMATO & Cyber Kong vs. CIMA & Genki Horiguchi
5) Masato Yoshino, Susumu Yokosuka, & PAC vs. Naruki Doi, Gamma, & Kzy
Dragon Gate 12/21 Tokyo Lineup
1) Naoki Tanizaki, Kzy, Yasushi Kanda, & Dr. Muscle vs. Ryo Saito, Genki Horiguchi, Ricochet, & Dragon Kid
2) Kotoka & Shisa Boy vs. Super Shenlong & Takuya Tomakomai
3) KAGETORA vs. Kenichiro Arai
4) K-Ness & Susumu Yokosuka vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Don Fujii
5) Open the Twin Gate Titles: Naruki Doi & Gamma (c) vs. CIMA & Masato Yoshino
Dragon Gate 12/26 “Final Gate 2010” Fukuoka Lineup
1) No DQ Match: Darkness Dragon vs. Gamma
2) YAMATO vs. BxB Hulk
3) Open the Twin Gate Titles #1 Contenders 3-Way Cyber Kong & Shingo Takagi vs. Masaaki Mochizuki & Don Fujii vs. Ryo Saito & Genki Horiguchi *
4) Open the Triangle Gate Title: Takuya Sugawara, Naoki Tanizaki, & Yasushi Kanda (c) vs. CIMA, Ricochet, & Dragon Kid
5) Open the Dream Gate Title: Masato Yoshino (c) vs. Naruki Doi
* NOTES *
– K-Ness is donning the Darkness Dragon mask for the first time in many years to go after his long time rival.
– * = If CIMA & Yoshino win the Twin Gate Titles on 12/21, they will immediately drop the belts and the 3-Way #1 Contenders Match which will become a match to crown new champions.
Viva la Lucha Premiers “Champions & Challengers” PPV
This past Friday (December 10th) Viva la Lucha premiered their newest PPV, “Champions & Challengers.” Wondering why I never posted about it? Well, that’s because it was never announced before hand, the Viva la Lucha website has had the card for the October PPV ever since that aired and they didn’t even update their Facebook page with info on this PPV until Friday night. Absolutely atrocious promotion for the PPV and really no excuse for it. If you want to catch it, InDemand is running replays of the PPV all month. The poster for the PPV is below but I honestly have no idea what the card even features (other than they are billing it as “a Championship or #1 contendership on the line in every match”.
Lucha Legends Signed for WrestleReunion
It was announced this week that this January’s WrestleReunion show in Los Angeles would feature Lucha Libre legends Dos Caras Sr. (father of WWE superstar: Alberto del Rios) and Mil Mascaras. The two are being advertised as “vendor guests” to the show. Ring of Honor & Pro Wrestling Guerilla will be holding special shows at the event with ROH’s headlined by The World’s Greatest Tag Team (Shelton Benjamin & Charlie Haas) and PWG’s headlined by a Legends Battle Royal. I don’t believe Mascaras or Caras will be wrestling at either show but just there for the WrestleReunion autograph sessions and appearances which will also feature appearences from the original Hart Foundation (Bret Hart & Jim Neidhart), Roddy Piper, Sereena Deeb (former WWE diva and Straight Edge Society member), Terry Funk, Bob Orton, Shane Douglas, Savio Vega, Tito Santana, Sean “Val Venis” Morley, Ken Patera, Barry O, TNA’s SoCal Val, former TNA Knockout: Traci Brooks, Billy Anderson, The Powers of Pain, Mr. Fuji, Mr. Saito, Billy Graham, Torrie Wilson, Nick Mitchell, & Tatanka. Ticket information and VIP information are available at http://www.wrestlereunion.com/.
IWRG 12/09 Arena Naucalpan Results
1) Eterno def. Alan Extreme
2) Chica Tormenta & Ludark Shaitan def. La Vaquerita & Sexy Lady
3) Avisman, El Hijo del Diablo, & Gringo Loco def. Dinamic Black, Eragon, & Tony Rivera
4) BLack Terry, Cerebro Negro, & Dr. Cerebro def. Aerostar, Gato Eveready, & Relampago
5) Hair vs. Hair: Comando Negro def. Chico Che
IWRG 12/12 “Hijo de Cien Caras Tribute Show” Arena Naucalpan Results
1) Dinamic Black def. Keshin Black
2) Black Terry, Comando Negro, & Magia Negra def. Chico Che, El Pollo, & Miss Gaviota via DQ
3) El Hijo de Anibal, Scorpio Jr., & Tony Rivera def. El Hijo del Diablo, Hammer, & Veneno
4) Super Libre: Pirata Morgan def. Mascara Ano 2000
5) L.A. Park, Hijo de L.A. Park, & Mascara Ano 2000 Jr. def. Silver Kain, Ultimo Gladiador, & Hijo de Pirata Morgan
* NOTES *
– IWRG honored Hijo de Cien Caras at the beginning of the show with his brother L.A. Park and nephew Hijo de L.A. Park in the front row:
– Pirata Morgan left Mascara Ano 2000 a bloody mess in their Super Libre Match:
– Hijo de Pirata Morgan poses with his belts:
– The AAA Tag Champs (Silver Kain & Ultimo Gladiador):
– L.A. Park, Hijo de Park, & Mascara Ano 2000 Jr. paid tribute to Hijo de Cien Caras again before the Main Event:
– In one of the coolest things I’ve seen, L.A. Park honored his fallen brother by wearing not only Hijo de Cien Caras’ mask but his entire ring gear for the Main Event:
– Two of the future superstars in Lucha Libre, Hijo de L.A. Park & Hijo de Pirata Morgan go at it:
– L.A. Park gets the win in honor of his brother:
LL-USA 12/12 “Masked Warriors” Albuquerque, NM Results
1) RelliK & Sydistiko def. El Oriental & Tinieblas Jr.
2) Lumberjack Match: Mini Park def. Rosetta Park
3) LL-USA Heavyweight Title Tournament Finals Fatal 4-Way: Lizmark Jr. def. Marco Corleone, RJ Brewer, & Charly Malice to win the title!
4) Magno & Rocky Romero def. RelliK & Sydistiko
5) Mascarita Dorada & Octagoncito def. Pequeno Halloween & Tigresa Caliente
6) Petey Williams def. Super Nova
7) Blue Demon Jr. def. Tatanka
* NOTES *
– LL-USA held a 10-Bell Salute and moment of silence for Solid before the show.
– They announced that “Masked Warriors” Season 2 would premier in January but didn’t give an official date. Matches 1-3 are for episode 1 and 4-6 are episode 2. The Main Event will not be on TV.
– Supposedly the guy under the Sydistiko mask is former WWE & TNA star, Paul London! I’m not sure how much that benefits LL-USA since they can’t bill him as Paul London, but he’s great in the ring and damn sure crazy as hell like the Sydistiko character.
– Rosetta Park is an unmasked female version of L.A. Park (pic courtesy of Alibi.com):
– Minis and Luchadoras surrounded the ring in that match.
– Marco Corleone won the LL-USA Title in the dead period during the spot shows they held a few months ago but LL-USA decided they would forget that happened and make the Finals a Fatal 4-Way. It was elimination style. Treachery ran out and helped Lizmark and then a man in a blue mask ran out to help. The guy in the blue mask then turned around and hit Malice with a Canadian Destroyer! He removed his mask to reveal it was PETEY WILLIAMS! Eventually Lizmark got the win in the end so he is OFFICIALLY the first LL-USA Heavyweight Champion.
– The Main Event for the 2nd show was Petey vs. Super Nova which is sure to be a great one-on-one match. Petey and RJ Brewer are being billed as a tag team called The Right. They’re also saying that Petey is from Glendale, Arizona (even though he is Canadian). After the match Magno walked out and challenged Brewer to a Mask vs. Hair Match for the next show! I’m glad they’re not forgetting that feud (which was, along with Lizmark vs. Marco, the only real feud they gave any time to).
– Demon vs. Tatanka was just a special attraction that won’t make it on TV.