Viva La Raza! Lucha Weekly
January 29, 2011
By: Josh Boutwell of


Pegasso Undergoes Surgery reported this week that Pegasso underwent knee surgery on Wednesday to correct a right knee injury. He originally injured it in October, took a few weeks off, and then re-injured it in his first match back. They’re saying he will be out for about 20 days which would lead me to believe it’s a minor meniscus tear. Think Alabama Running Back, Mark Ingram, here. He suffered a slight tear of his meniscus in Fall Camp, had a scope to repair the damage, and returned for the 3rd game of the season against Duke. That time table was just about 20 days so one would think this injury is similar.

Sarita TNA Contract Update
Two weeks ago ( I talked about the rumors that said that Sarita (Dark Angel in CMLL) had re-signed a new contract with TNA Wrestling. This past weekend she confirmed via her official Facebook page that she had in fact re-signed with TNA signing a new 2 year deal with the company. She’s still expected to wrestle for CMLL as well.

CMLL 01/21 Arena Mexico Results
1) Leono & Molotov def. Disturbio & Zayco
2) Angel Azteca Jr., Dragon Lee, & Rey Cometa def. Hijo del Signo, Loco Max, & Skandalo
3) Delta, Diamante, & Metro def. Cancerbero, Raziel, & Virus
4) Lightning Match: Polvora def. Sangre Azteca via DQ
5) Blue Panther, Rush, & Valiente def. Mephisto, El Terrible, & Texano Jr.
6) Ultimo Guerrero, Volador Jr., & Rey Bucanero def. Hector Garza, Psicosis II, & Olimpico via DQ
– Pics courtesy of
– Delta Airlines!:

– Metro submits Virus with El Escudo:

– El Terrible hits La Terriblina (his version of Styles Clash):

– Volador Jr.’s newest tribute to a super hero with his ring gear, Wolverine (this guy has to be a comic book nerd):

– Ultimo Guerrero dives:

– Volador Jr. hits a Somersault Plancha:

– Rey Bucanero hits a Plancha:

– Volador Jr. low blows Psicosis for the DQ:

CMLL/NJPW 01/22 “Fantastica Mania Day 1” Korakuen Hall (Tokyo) Results
1) Taichi def. Maximo
2) CMLL Welterweight Title: Ryusuke Taguchi def. Mascara Dorada (c) to win the title!
3) CMLL Middleweight Title: Jushin Thunder Liger (c) def. La Sombra to retain the title!
4) IWGP Tag Team Titles: Giant Bernard & Karl Anderson (c) def. Atlantis & Shigeo Okumura to retain the title!
5) Dragon Rojo Jr. & Tomohiro Ishii def. La Mascara & Tiger Mask IV
6) Averno, Shinsuke Nakamura, & Tetsuya Naito def. Mistico, Hiroshi Tanahashi, & Prince Devitt
– All of the great pics are courtesy of
– Attendance was said to be right under 2,000 here at a sellout.
– Taichi got the win over his lucha rival with the Black Mephisto:

– Dorada loses his belt to Taguchi!:

– Mascara Dorada has been rumored to be suffering from a fairly serious knee injury so it’s no surprise he’s dropped yet another title here. There has been reports he could be taking off a lenghty amount of time after this Japanese tour.
– Liger & Sombra took to the air for their rematch:

– Atlantis flies:

– Bad Intentions retained their belts after Anderson hit the Gun Stun on Okumura:

– La Mascara was said to have had a pretty bad night, even getting laughed at.
– Rojo forced Mascara to submit:

– Mistico dives onto the rudos:

– Averno pinned Mistico clean after the Devils Wings:

CMLL/NJPW 01/23 “Fantastica Mania 2011 Day 2” Korakuen Hall (Tokyo) Results
1) Jado & Gedo def. Danshoku Dino & Maximo
2) Giant Bernard, Karl Anderson, & Jushin Thunder Liger def. Atlantis, Dragon Rojo Jr., & Taichi
3) CMLL Trios Titles: La Sombra, Mascara Dorada, & La Mascara (c) def. Tetsuya Naito, Yujiro, & Shigeo Okumura to retain the titles!
4) Mask vs. Hair: Tiger Mask IV def. Tomohiro Ishii
5) Mistico def. Averno
6) IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Titles: Prince Devitt & Ryusuke Taguchi def. Kota Ibushi & Kenny Omega (c) to win the titles!
– Yet another sellout here.
– Every match was said to have been well received here.
– Maximo dives onto Jado & Gedo:

– Los Guerreros & Taichi show the IWGP Tag Champs a thing or two about teamwork:

– Now that’s a big splash:

– The spirit of Lucha even got the better of even Bernard as he dives!:

– They went with “Captains Falls” rules for the Trios Titles for some reason.
– No Limit & Okumura prove they can hang with the Trios Champs:

– The champs dive:

– La Mascara tries to make up for his off night the night before:

– Even injured Doradao is half man, half amazing:

– La Sombra always flying:

– Tiger Mask gets his revenge on Ishii with the Tiger Suplex:

– Tiger shaves his rival:

– Averno & Mistico was said to have been excellent.
– Averno evened up the match with Mistico 1-1 after getting Mistico with the Devils Wings in the 2nd fall:

– Mistico hits a rana on Averno:

– Averno hits an Asai Moonsault on Mistico:

– Mistico gets the win with La Mistica:

– Prince Devitt dives:

– Golden Lovers hit the Golden Shower on Taguchi:

– Devitt breaks up the pin:

– Apollo 55 debuted their new finish, the Bloody Sunday (Wheel Barrow Slam/DDT):

– After what was called “an incredible match” Apollo 55 regained their titles:

– But the celebration was short lived. Taka Michinoku and NOSAWA ran out after the match and challenged the new champions to defend the titles against them down the road.
– After what was said to have been 2 very entertaining events as well as 2 sellouts I would suspect CMLL will definitely be back to Japan in the future.

CMLL 01/23 Arena Coliseo Results
1) Bengala & Trueno def. Artillero & Super Comando
2) Astral, Bam Bam, & Mini Fantasy def. Mercurio, Pequeno Nitro, & Pequeno Olimpico
3) Angel Azteca Jr., Metalico, & Skandalo def. Arkangel de la Muerte, Hooligan, & Nitro
4) El Terrible, Texano Jr., & Vangelis def. Angel de Oro, Stuka Jr., & Valiente
5) Ultimo Guerrero, Volador Jr., & Negro Casas def. Psicosis II, Olimpico, & El Alebrije

CMLL 01/23 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Results
1) Acertijo def. El Divino
2) Hierro & Leono def. Camorra & Infierno
3) Meteoro, Ultimo Dragoncito, & Virgo def. Pequeno Violencia, Pequeno Warrior, & Pierrothito
4) Relevos Increibles: Misterioso II & Sagrado def. Felino & Gallo
5) Blue Panther, Brazo de Plata, & Toscano def. Rey Bucanero, Mephisto, & Ephesto

CMLL 01/25 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Results
1) Nube Roja def. In Memoriam
2) Astro Boy & Magnum def. Angel del Mal & Semental
3) Dark Angel, Goya Kong, & Silueta def. La Seductora, Princesa Sujei, & Zeuxis
4) Occidente Middleweight Title: Mr. Trueno (c) def. Puma King to retain the title!
5) Hijo del Fantasma, La Mascara, & Maximo def. Volador Jr., El Terrible, & Texano Jr.

CMLL 01/25 Arena Mexico Results
1) Durango Kid, Escorpion, & Tiger Kid def. Leono, Molotov, & Starman
2) Hooligan, Loco Max, & Nitro def. Angel Azteca Jr., Angel de Plata, & Sensei
3) Delta, Metro, & Valiente def. Euforia, Vangelis, & Virus via DQ
4) CMLL Womens Title: La Amapola (c) def. Marcela to retain the title!
5) Blue Panther, Mascara Dorada, & Brazo de Plata def. Hector Garza, Mr. Aguila, & Olimpico

CMLL 01/28 Arena Mexico Lineup
1) Cholo & Mortiz vs. Tigre Blanco & Trueno
2) Goya Kong, Lluvia, & Luna Magica vs. Estrellita, La Comandnate, & Tiffany
3) Lightning Match: Electrico vs. Astral
4) Angel de Oro, Sagrado, & Stuka Jr. vs. Misterioso II, Polvora, & Sangre Azteca
5) Maximo, Rush, & Toscano vs. El Terrible, Texano Jr., & Volador Jr.
6) Averno, Negro Casas, & Mephisto vs. La Sombra, Mascara Dorada, & Hijo del Fantasma

CMLL 01/30 Arena Coliseo Lineup
1) Bengala & Robin vs. Disturbio & Zayco
2) Fabian el Gitano, Metalico, & Metatron vs. Bronco III, Demus 3:16, & Inquisidor
3) Bam Bam, Mascarita Dorada, & Shockercito vs. Pequeno Olimpico, Pequeno Warrior, & Pierrothito
4) Metro, Rush, & Toscano vs. Ephesto, Shigeo Okumura, & Yoshihashi
5) Blue Panther, La Mascara, & Brazo de Plata vs. Volador Jr., Negro Casas, & Atlantis

CMLL 01/30 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Lineup
1) El Divino & Virgo vs. Evola & Quca
2) Black Metal & Starman vs. Camorra & Leon Blanco
3) Fuego, Stuka Jr., & Valiente vs. Arkangel de la Muerte, Euforia, & Skandalo
4) La Sombra, Mascara Dorada, & Hijo del Fantasma vs. Ultimo Guerrero, Hector Garza, & Dragon Rojo Jr.

CMLL 01/31 Arena Puebla Lineup
1) Asturiano & Stigma vs. Ares & Espiritu Maligno
2) Metatron, Sensei, & Starman vs. Demus 3:16, Dr. X, & Durango Kid
3) Fuego, Metro, & Sagrado vs. Loco Max, Shigeo Okumura, & Skandalo
4) La Sombra, La Mascara, & Maximo vs. Averno, Volador Jr., & Mephisto
5) Ultimo Guerrero, Negro Casas, & Atlantis vs. Hector Garza, Psicosis II, & Mr. Aguila

CMLL 02/01 Arena Coliseo Guadalajara Lineup
1) Robin vs. Nube Roja
2) Metalico & Molotov vs. Exterminador & Malefico
3) Rey Cometa & Stuka Jr. vs. Mr. Trueno & Rey Trueno
4) Black Metal & Palacio Negro vs. Arkangel de la Muerte & Euforia
5) Maximo, Rush, & Toscano vs. Rey Bucanero, Negro Casas, & Dragon Rojo Jr.

CMLL 02/01 Arena Mexico Lineup
1) Rayo Tapatio I & Rayo Tapatio II vs. Camorra & Mortiz
2) Fabian el Gitano, Metatron, & Trueno vs. Escorpion, Hooligan, & Nitro
3) Diamante, Fuego, & Guerrero Maya Jr. vs. Nosferatu, Vangelis, & Yoshihashi
4) Metro, Rush, & Sagrado vs. El Terrible, Ephesto, & Misterioso II
5) La Sombra, Blue Panther, & Hijo del Fantasma vs. Atlantis, Hector Garza, & Felino


Sexy Star Spotted at CMLL Events

It has been reported all over the Mexican/Lucha media that AAA luchadora, Sexy Star, was spotted in the crowd at both Tuesday & Friday’s Arena Mexico shows. No word from either Sexy Star or AAA whether she has left the promotion.

El Zorro Signs with TNA?
Zorro confirmed with SuperLuchas Magazine this past week that he had signed his deal with TNA Wrestling and says that the agreement between AAA and TNA has been signed as well. He claimed that he had already signed the deal and sent out all of his legal papers for the deal. He’s currently just waiting for his start date. Zorro is also currently the AAA World Heavyweight Champion at this time.

AAA 01/27 TV Taping Results
1) Sugi San def. Ronin
2) Atomic Boy, Fenix, & Gato Eveready def. Dark Dragon, Tigre Cota, & Tito Santana II
3) Billy Boy, Sexy Star, & Yuriko def. Gran Apache, Fabi Apache, & Pimpinela Escarlata
4) Chris Stone & Super Fly def. Aerostar & Octagon via DQ
5) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, & Psycho Clown def. Amadeus, Charly Manson, & Escoria
6) El Zorro & Chessman def. Dr. Wagner Jr. & El Mesias
– All pics courtesy of Black Terry Jr.
– Sugi San vs. Ronin was a Dark Match that likely won’t make TV, but the big thing is that this is the first time Sugi has been in AAA since he blew his knee out back in 2009. Hopefully this means Sugi is back in AAA for awhile. He and Ronin will be wrestling in a Tag Match at the next set of tapings.
– I still have no clue who the Ronin character is:

– Sugi hits a Slingshot Rana:

– Sugi hits his signature Ropewalk Springboard Dropkick:

– Billy Boy hits a Brainbuster on Fabi:

– In between the 3rd and 4th bouts La Sociedad came out to the ring. El Zorro revealed that he had new visions of the future. He claimed that a “tyrant” would fall and that we would also see the return of the “iron mask” that Charly Manson once imprisoned Zorro in (remember the Man in the Iron Mask angle?). If you don’t remember, a little history lesson. Back in 2006 at the culmination of El Zorro & Charly Manson’s heated rivalry they fought it out in a Hair vs. Hair Steel Cage Match. In the end Manson go the win and shaved Zorro’s head, and then Manson & The Dark Family took an Iron Mask that they had that they claimed had an ancient Mayan curse. They put it on Zorro’s head and Zorro began wearing it from then on out. His whole personality changed and he became more of a rudo turning on tecnico partners. Manson was supposed to have some type of mind control over him because of the mask but that angle was dropped when Charly left La Secta/Dark Family and joined the tecnico group Hell Brothers. Eventually Zorro turned tecnico again and took off the mask, giving it to the Hell Brothers leader Cibernetico to prove to him that he was trustworthy.
– Konnan was disturbed by Zorro’s prophecy and was worried that the tyrant was him but Zorro claimed that he didn’t know who it was just that it would happen.
– Aerostar does what he does best:

– The match ended in a DQ when La Militia ran out and attacked Octagon. They ripped the legends mask off once again.
– After the Semi-Main El Zorro came out and began arguing with Charly Manson over the Iron Mask situation.
– After the Main Event Charly Manson ran out and attacked the rudos.

AAA 02/04 TV Taping Arena Naucalpan Lineup
1) Argenis, Atomic Boy, & Gato Eveready vs. Cerebro Negro, Dr. Cerebro, & Eterno
2) Fabi Apache & Sugi San vs. Sexy Star & Ronin
3) 2011 Rey de Reyes Semifinals: Joe Lider vs. Chessman vs. Cuervo vs. Extreme Tiger
4) Heavy Metal vs. Electroshock
5) El Mesias, Espiritu, & Ozz vs. L.A. Park, El Zorro, & Decnnis
6) Nicho el Millionario, La Parka Jr., & Jack Evans vs. Cibernetico, Charly Manson, & Escoria
– Rey de Reyes will have 4 different blocks (4 different Semifinals matches) with the Finals being a Fatal 4-Way.
– This is Heavy Metal’s return match from knee injury.


DG-USA To Hold TWO Live iPPV’s This Weekend!

In some pretty big news this week, Dragon Gate USA announced that the first two events of this weekend’s 3 huge shows would air LIVE on iPPV via GFL (Go Fight Live). The 01/28 “United: NYC” (tonight) event and the 01/29 “United: Philly” event will air live on iPPV. Tonight’s iPPV will air at 7:00 pm eastern time (6 central) and the 10/29 event will air at 8:00 pm eastern time (6 central). Both of these events will feature matches in the Round Robin-style Tournament to crown the first ever Open the United Gate Champions as well as BxB Hulk defending the Open the Freedom Gate Championship both nights. The final event which will see the culmination of the United Gate Tournament will air on PPV in a few months. For information on ordering the iPPV’s vist:

Dragon Gate 01/21 Aichi Results
1) Dragon Kid & Ricochet def. BxB Hulk & Super Shisa
2) Naoki Tanizaki def. Takuya Tomakomai
3) Masaaki Mochizuki def. Genki Horiguchi
4) Masato Yoshino & Susumu Yokosuka def. Ryo Saito & Yasushi Kanda
5) CIMA, Naruki Doi, & Gamma def. YAMATO, KAGETORA, & Cyber Kong

Dragon Gate 01/22 Okayama Results
1) Gamma & Ricochet def. Masaaki Mochizuki & Takuya Tomakomai
2) Susumu Yokosuka def. Shachihoko Machine
3) Ryo Saito def. Super Shisa
4) Masato Yoshino & BxB Hulk def. Yasushi Kanda & Genki Horiguchi
5) CIMA, Naruki Doi, & Dragon Kid def. YAMATO, KAGETORA, & Cyber Kong

Dragon Gate 01/23 Hyogo Results
1) Dragon Kid, Naoki Tanizaki, & Yasushi Kanda def. Don Fujii, Super Shisa, & Shisa Boy
2) Takuya Tomakomai def. Super Shenlong
3) YAMATO & KAGETORA def. Genki Horiguchi & Ricochet
4) Masaaki Mochizuki def. Ryo Saito
5) Cyber Kong def. BxB Hulk
6) CIMA, Naruki Doi, & Gamma def. Masato Yoshino, K-Ness, & Susumu Yokosuka

Dragon Gate/AJPW 01/24 “Super Fight 2011” Tokyo Lineup
1) Dragon Kid, Tetsuya Bushi, & Power Pro Mask def. Susumu Yokosuka, KAGETORA, & Minoru
2) Dynamite Kansai, Carlos Amano, & Chikayo Nagashima def. Mayumi Ozaki, Aja Kong, & Meiko Satomura
3) BxB Hulk, Jinsei Shinzaki, & Yoshihiro Tajiri def. Kaz Hayashi, Taka Michinoku, & NOSAWA
4) YAMATO def. Hiroshi Yamato
5) Shuji Kondo & KAI def. Naruki Doi & Naoki Tanizaki
6) Masaaki Mochizuki, Masakatsu Funaki, & Minoru Suzuki def. Sumo Fujii, Akebono, & Ryoto Hama
7) CIMA, Keiji Mutoh, & Jushin Thunder Liger def. Masato Yoshino, Suwama, & Great Sasuke
– Crowd was a sellout of 3,200 fans.

Dragon Gate 02/10 Tokyo Lineup
1) Naoki Tanizaki, Ryo Saito, & Genki Horiguchi vs. Super Shisa, Super Shenlong, & Kotoka
2) Cyber Kong vs. Yasushi Kanda
3) K-Ness & PAC vs. Dragon Kid & Ricochet
4) YAMATO & KAGETORA vs. Don Fujii & Kenichiro Arai
5) Open the Dream Gate Title #1 Contenders Match: Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Brodie Lee
6) PAC vs. PAC: Masato Yoshino, BxB Hulk, & Susumu Yokosuka vs. CIMA, Naruki Doi, & Gamma
– The stipulation of the Main Event is that if Yoshino’s team wins then PAC stays with them, but if CIMA’s team wins then PAC will join the Blood Warriors!


L.A. Park Set to Debut for LL-USA

It was announced this week that AAA star and Lucha legend, L.A. Park, will finally debut for Lucha Libre USA at the promotions next shows on 02/19 (in Albuquerque) and 02/20 (in West Valley, Utah). The Albuquerque show is a TV Taping. Park was a part of the original series of promo pictures and trailers for the show before it debuted, but his involvement with AAA conflicted with LL-USA dates. He will be making it up and appearing on Season 2. This is good for both LL-USA and American fans.

IWRG 01/20 Arena Naucalpan Results
1) Imposible def. Keshin Black
2) Eterno & Hammer def. Dinamic Black & Miss Gaviota
3) Chico Che, Freelance, & Saruman def. Alan Extreme, Maldito Jr., & Samot
4) Avisman, Bombero Infernal, & El Hijo del Diablo def. Black Terry, Cerebro Negro, & Dr. Cerebro
5) Comando Negro, Ultimo Gladiador, & Scorpio Jr. def. Multifacetico, Pimpinela Escarlata, & Trauma I

LL-USA 01/22 01/22 “Masked Warriors Season 2” TV Taping Results
1) John Revell def. MediaNoche
2) El Oriental & Tinieblas Jr. def. PR Flyer & San Juan Kid
3) Marco Corleone def. Sydistiko via DQ
4) Hair vs. Hair: Magno def. RJ Brewer
5) Petey Williams def. Charly Malice
6) John Revell def. Magno
7) LL-USA Tag Team Titles Tournament Finals 3-Way: El Oriental & Tinieblas Jr. def. PR Flyer & San Juan Kid and RelliK & Sydistiko to win the titles!
8) Mascarita Dorada, Mini Park, & Octagoncito def. Pequeno Halloween, Tigresa Caliente, & Vladamiro
9) Shane Helms def. Lizmark Jr. via DQ
– Still no start date has been announced for Season 2 to start airing.
– This will likely be 2 or 3 shows.
– John Revell is a huge muscle head, he squashed MediaNoche in the opener. Revell kept beating on him until Super Nova came out to try and make the save only to get taken out himself.
– Oriental & Tinieblas Jr.’s official team name is Dinastia now. Two masked men wearing all black (with S.L. on their backs) came out and attacked Puerto Rican Powers behind the referee’s back allowing Dinastia to get the win.
– Marco & Sydistiko (I think it’s still Paul London) was said to have been going really well when Treachery ran out and caused the DQ. SHANE HELMS then ran out to make the save making his debut for LL-USA. Helms cut a promo afterward talking about helping Corleone even the odds against Treachery.
– Magno & Brewer cap off their feud with a traditional Mask vs. Hair Match. Lizzy Valentine & Petey Williams came tot he ring with Brewer. Said to be a really good match. Brewer used a chain to knock Magno out behind the referee’s back and get the pin. The referee then noticed the chain sticking out of Brewer’s tights and ordered the match re-start. Magno eventually got the win over his rival but Brewer decided to just leave instead of getting his head shaved, but Rocky Romero came out and forced Brewer back in the ring. He & Magno then shaved Brewer’s head.
– Malice (Charly Manson) was said to have gotten a huge pop from the crowd (showing it was definitely a Lucha crowd). RJ Brewer interfered in the match allowing Petey to hit the Canadian Destroyer for the pin.
– Before the Magno-Revell match, The Right (RJ Brewer, Petey Williams, & Lizzy Valentine) came out. Brewer cut a promo to huge heat talking about building fences to keep guys like Magno out. Brewer said The Right had a new member and he was being dubbed “The Firewall” of The Right. The big John Revel then came out and though Magno got more offence than MediaNoche he was still pretty much owned by the big man. After the match Super Nova & Rocky Romero ran out to help Magno fight out off The Right, but in the end got beaten down.
– The Tag Titles were finally decided in the 3-Way Dance. It was said to have been yet another great match. The hooded men in black came out again and again attacked the Puerto Rican Powers. In the end Tinieblas got the win for his team with a new submission hold. Dinastia are officially the first ever Lucha Libre USA Tag Team Champions.
– In the Minis/Tigressa match Tigressa just sat on the apron the whole time talking on her phone. Finally Halloween tagged her in but she wasn’t happy. She then beat down all the Minis and left. Isis (formerly Aloisa of WWE’s NXT) made her debut and attacked Tigressa! They fought up the ramp and to the back while Dorada got the win back in the ring.
– Shane Helms made his in-ring debut with LL-USA against Lizmark and got the win in the end after Lizmark low blowed him. Treachery attacked Helms afterward but Marco ran out to run them off.

IWRG 01/23 Arena Naucalpan Results
1) Dinamic Black def. Keshin Black
2) Kamilion & Sexy Lady def. La Hechicera & Ludark Shaitan
3) Comando Negro, Gran Apache, & Masada def. Cerebro Negro, Negro Navarro, & Multifacetico
4) Hair vs. Hair: Black Terry def. Angel Mortal
5) Damian666, Bestia 666, & X-Fly def. Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, & Oficial Fierro

CHIKARA 01/23 “Chaos In The Sea of Lost Souls” ECW Arena Results
1) Ophidian, Amasis, & Hieracon def. Icarus, Chuck Taylor, & Johnny Gargano
2) Daizee Haze def. Madison Eagles
3) Grizzly Redwood & Brodie Lee def. Dasher Hatfield & Sugar Dunkerton
4) Tursas, Lince Dorado, & Sara del Ray def. Willie Richardson, Acid Jaz, & Marshe Rockett
5) Obariyon & Kodama def. Hallowicked & Frightmare
6) UltraMantis Black def. Sinn Bodhi via DQ
7) Eddie Kingston def. El Generico
8) Mike Quackenbush, Jigsaw, Fire Ant, & Soldier Ant def. Claudio Castagnoli, Ares, Delirious, & Tim Donst
– Jonathan Gresham was made an OFFICIAL member of the Osirian Portal before the first match and renamed Hieracon.

IWRG 01/30 Arena Naucalpan Lineup
1) Lolita & Sexy Lady vs. Lily Fighter & Ludark
2) Dinamic Black, Freelance, & Multifacetico vs. Hammer, Magnifico, & Masada
3) IWRG IC Lightweight Title: Dr. Cerebro (c) vs. Comando Negro
4) IWRG IC Tag Team Titles: Pirata Morgan & Hijo de Pirata Morgan (c) vs. El Brazo & Veneno
5) IWRG IC Trios Titles: Oficial 911, Oficial AK47, & Oficial Fierro (c) vs. Damian666, Bestia 666, & X-Fly

PWR 02/05 San Francisco, CA Lineup
1) Four Corners Match: El Mariachi vs. Vinnie Massaro vs. El Cazador vs. El Galactico
2) Timothy Thatcher vs. Mr. Wrestling IV
3) El Hijo de Chupacabras & El Dragon de Plata II vs. Derek Sanders & Bryan Cage
4) Alissa Flash vs. Taylor Wilde
5) Oliver John vs. KAFU
6) Vaquero Fantasma & Amnesia vs. Hijo de Rey Misterio & Anarkia
– Originally Flash was going to face former WWE diva Tiffany, but she had to pull out of the match. Now, former TNA Knockouts Champion Taylor Wilde will replace her in a match that’s being billed as her “Retirement Match.” Wilde recently left TNA Wrestling and then announced that she was retiring (for now at least) to focus on finishing school.

I wanted to let everybody know, I’ll be a guest on “The Teachers Lounge” with Dave Stephens & Anthony Valvo here on the Wrestleview Radio Network (WrestleView VIP) to discuss the upcoming Royal Rumble PPV as well as make predictions for the match. To listen and sign up, click here!