Riddle me this sports fans; how do you make a CMLL Puebla show even worse than usual? Simple; you take the already bad show, put it on the same day it’s always on and then air it one hour later than usual thanks to Daylight Savings time, thus forcing us all to stay up an hour later to watch the sludge. And that’s the secret to a truly terrible Puebla show. If you were fortunate enough to miss this dredge, here’s what occurred.


Astro & Meyer defeated Ares & Sombra Diabólika two falls to one.


Arkalis, Halcón Suriano Jr., Oro Jr. defeated Black Tiger, Espíritu Maligno, Policeman two falls to one after the technicos submitted the rudos with a triple submission spot. Cool ending, but an overall forgettable match give or take Halcón Suriano’s performance.


Fuego, King Jaguar, Pegasso defeated Disturbio, El Perverso, Virus two falls to one after King Jaguar submitted Perverso and Fuego pinned virus. Somehow even more forgettable than the last match. How forgettable you ask? I completely forgot Perverso was in this match…and he was the most notable rudo. Ouch.


Bestia del Ring, Templario, Terrible defeated Ángel de Oro, Atlantis, Niebla Roja two falls to one after Terrible pinned Roja with a Last Ride Powerbomb and Bestia pinned Oro with the Cuerno style Tombstone Piledriver. Oro was given a neck brace and stretchered out after the match but it appeared to be selling; for CMLL’s sake I hope it is. Match was a colossal bore with the exception of a few sequences between Atlantis and Templario, with the rudo proving to work around the legend’s limitations just as well as the Dinamitas do. The Homenaje a Dos Leyendas build continues to be cold.


Ephesto, Mephisto, Volador Jr. defeated Cavernario, Dragón Lee, Mistico two falls to one after Volador pinned Mistico with a Canadian Destroyer. The best match on the show despite being a slightly above average match; just goes to show how shitty the rest of the show was! Cavernario and Volador looked great switching roles and Dragón Lee had some moments, but the match was little more than an exhibition in the end. SAVE US LA PARK!