UltimaLucha Tres Review, Comments, Etc.

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Now THAT is how you do a special show – take note, WWE. Four nights of great wrestling, with several great matches and at one that’s got a lock on match of the year. Even though there are a few things I’d have done differently, but ultimately there’s nothing worth complaining about that much. There was a significant lack of vignettes which was a little disappointing but they had so many matches and not a lot of time for all of them, so that’s fine.

The first night had two matches. The first was Texano vs. Famous B with Texano’s contract on the line. Famous B got himself a partner after Dario allowed it to be a real handicap match and not just a symbolic one because of Famous B’s arm, and it was Dr. Wagner Jr. as expected. It was a quick and fun match – mainly comedic. The really memorable part was Famous B being flung from the middle of the stairs to the floor, but ultimately Brenda distracted Texano, allowing Famous B to get the rollup win.

And the main event of the first night was the best match of the entire show and the entire year, the Hell of War Match between Killshot and Dante Fox. But, I already wrote a whole post on this match, so you can go here and read that so I don’t have to write it again: https://mzrc.wordpress.com/2017/09/29/i-fight-to-forget-i-fight-because-i-cant-the-hell-of-war/

The second night opened with a vignette that basically showed Ivelisse kicking Jeremiah to the curb after finding out he’s in love with Catrina.

The first match was a battle royal for a unique opportunity, which was fun. It ended up with PJ Black and the Mack, which was the correct two for it to come down to considering everyone who was in it. And Mack won, so that’s cool. And his unique opportunity was a Trios Titles Match with the Serpent Tribe with his partners, Killshot and Dante Fox, two weeks after killing each other in the Hell of War Match. (Although technically, one day or less because these were all taped the same weekend.)

Next was Ivelisse vs. Catrina, which was more of a fight than a match. It was fun – I wish it had been a bit longer, and I hear that a lot of it was actually cut for time. (It happens.) I still question Catrina losing the first match she has just because I feel like if you can teleport, you should never end up in a position to be pinned or submitted. Still it’s a long-running feud that the face should finally get her revenge, so it makes sense for Ivelisse to get the win – and it makes sense for her to use the stone in the process to do so. After the match Jeremiah came out and hit Ivelisse in the knee with a hammer.

And the main event of night two was Fenix vs. Marty the Moth, Mask vs. Hair. This was a good match, although it definitely wasn’t the caliber of the first week’s main event. Knowing that there really was no way that Marty would win, my favorite part of the match was Mariposa leaving Marty and then later hitting him with a chair when he tried to avoid getting his hair cut. Also why would he do the whole “Hell no you can’t cut my hair!” when he agreed to get it cut if he lost and he’s never shown an affinity for his hair at all? Oh well.

The third night started with Sexy Star vs. Taya in a Last Luchadora Standing match. Another very fun match but it still felt a bit short to me. Oh well. And if I’d done anything differently, I’d have had Taya win, because she really should have. Especially now after what’s happened with Sexy Star this year – but obviously they can’t be held accountable for it considering that this was taped in June 2016 and the Sexy Star stuff happened this year. Unfortunately it’s still tough to say what will become of Sexy Star in Lucha Underground once season four happens with all that’s happened – and hindsight being 20/20, Taya winning would’ve been better in the long run.

Next was The Mack, Killshot, and Dante Fox defeating the Serpent Tribe in a very fun match to win the Trios Titles. This was a lot of fun and I’m happy for the Mack, Killshot, and Dante to get themselves some gold before the season ends – they’ve all earned it. As much as I do like the Serpent Tribe, I only like Vibora on the level that I like all three of Mack/Killshot/Dante so I’m not really mad that they lost. It’s not like Vibora was pinned so it’s fine. I’ve loved Mack/Dante/Killshot from day one, and it’s been a long run for both of them without even touching any gold yet. They deserved it – Killshot and Dante had that match. I’m so happy for Mack to finally have a title, and it’s fitting that Killshot and Dante got their first titles too for several reasons. For one, it’s definitely a bit of a thank you to them for killing themselves in that first match. That, and it’s also somewhat of Dante’s redemption in the eyes of the fans – because even if he and Killshot aren’t the best of friends at the moment, there is NO way that the crowd can hate him that much after all that he was put through in hell of war. And it even carries on with Killshot’s and Dante’s story even more perfectly than just the Hell of War match did. I was ready to give Lucha Underground an Emmy just for the story and for the Hell of War payoff, but now you add this in and they should get all of the Emmys.

And the main event of the third night was Pentagon Dark vs. Son of Havoc in a ladder match for the Gift of the Gods Championship.This match was very fun and in parts brutal. The most memorable parts were Son of Havoc going for the Shooting Star but getting a Cutter for his troubles – aka, Shooting Star-KO. And also, Pentagon hit his piledriver through set up chairs to the point where Havoc looked dead. My only real qualm with the match is that Pentagon went and set up a table after this and after Havoc got up, threw Havoc through the table. It was really unnecessary – Pentagon clearly had the match won after the piledriver through the chairs and he did not need to take up all that time setting up the table and all of that when he could’ve just won. I know it’s in Pentagon’s nature to destroy people but I’m not sure that he wasn’t going to just attempt to win after setting it up because Havoc got up before we’d have found out. I’m almost wondering if that was an edit to the match or something because it really feels off to me. Regardless, I’m not mad Pentagon won, but I am a little disappointed for Havoc. I would’ve been disappointed for Pentagon if it was the other way around, because it was tough to pick who I wanted to win more. I think I did choose Havoc by a hair because it’s more of a sentimental pick, but hopefully he’ll maybe get a shot for the title in season four sometime.

The third night ended with a vignette showing Puma getting ready before his match on night four. Vampiro comes in and talks to him before Puma walks off, and then Vampiro knelt down and thanked someone he called master. Vampiro having a master can’t be good, I thought. I thought maybe “Oh shit he’s been taking orders from Pentagon this whole time” and it led me to believe what ended up happening on night four to happen.

And finally, night four started with Matanza and El Dragon Azteca, Jr. in a cage match. This was fun, although it was mainly just a Matanza match inside of a cage outside of when he Suplexed EDA through a cage wall and onto the floor a few minutes in. Melissa went to declare EDA the winner but as expected Dario said “Nah, pins and submission only.” Eventually they got back in the ring and once EDA starts to go on a comeback, who would jump off the cage and onto EDA but Black Lotus, making her return. She superkicked EDA into a Wrath of the Gods and Matanza won. A little surprising that she would cost EDA the match considering their business seemed to be finished, really. Regardless, she ends up low blowing Matanza and powerbombing him off the top rope, and turning to attack Dario before Matanza gets back up and hits her with a Wrath of the Gods too.

Next was the Triple Threat Elimination Match between Cage, Mil Muertes, and Jeremiah Crane, and this match was as great as I’d hoped it would be. Now, nothing on the show touches Hell of War, but I feel like this is the match that comes the closest. Hell, it even used another pane of glass that was leftover from Hell of War, and Jeremiah stuck something into Cage’s head that I still don’t know what it was. I loved it, and it was another match where I wasn’t going to be mad no matter who won. I think part of me was pulling for Jeremiah a little bit more than the other two, but it was still cool to see Mil win and his streak remains intact. But after he put on the gauntlet and did his usual pose with his fist on the mat, the lights go out, and Cuerno shows up and attacks him and takes the gauntlet – this being the first time we’ve seen Cuerno since Muertes beat him at UltimaLucha Dos.

Next we finally saw the wonderful documentary Taya made of Johnny Mundo and it was spectacular.

Next was our main event, Johnny Mundo defending his Lucha Underground Championship against Prince Puma, Career vs. Title. This match started at the top of hour two, which meant to me that either this would be a very long match or there would be a ton of shenanigans after it. Anyways, this match was great – I don’t know if I’d say it was better than All Night Long but it was great. Naturally there were a ton of shenanigans after a ref bump with Worldwide Underground, and then Angelico returned and helped get rid of them. And in the biggest travesty and injustice in wrestling officiating history, Rick Knox did a diving Senton onto Worldwide Underground because he’s an idiotic, biased referee who costs Johnny Mundo at every turn. I implore you to fire this man, Lucha Underground, or at least let Matanza eat his face. Anyways, the match would settle down and eventually Puma would pick up the win and I am sad. JOHNNY MUNDO FOREVER!

That would leave room for what I expected to happen once the title match started so early, and that was that Pentagon Dark cashing in his Gift of the Gods Championship for the Lucha Underground Championship match he was entitled to. However, Dario put both of their careers on the line in the match too.

It is a little unfortunate with the internet being what it is and the fact that we all know that Ricochet is done with LU after this show, so it does take a little away from it considering we know who’s going to win because of that. As sad as I am that Mundo lost the title, I suppose Puma winning is still the right move for two reasons – it was definitely the lesser of the two predictable outcomes, and it gives Puma a win at UltimaLucha before he’s done with the company which is cool. Regardless, we knew how this match would turn out. That being said, it was still good, and Pentagon not only was rested, but he broke Puma’s arm early on in the match to put him at even more of a disadvantage. This was cool also because Puma escaped his arm being broken by Pentagon on at least one occasion. Still, Puma looked like he was about to hit the 630 when, lo and behold, Vampiro pulled Pentagon out of the way, leaving Pentagon ready to come back and hit Puma with the Double Underhook Piledriver for the win.

Even as a Johnny Mundo fan, actually being mad at this would just be me blowing smoke for no reason. It makes a lot of sense for a lot of reasons. If you have a Mt. Rushmore of LU, it’s probably Puma, Mil, Pentagon, and Mundo. Puma has always been the guy since night one, while Pentagon grew to be the crowd’s favorite since early in his run. He’s been the heir apparent for a long time now – he’s always been more of an antihero and even at most times he’s really been the heel that the crowd just refuses to boo. Only at times when he’s attacking someone the crowd really loves will they boo, and even then, it’s shortlived. And tonight – the night of Puma’s exit – this was the torch being passed. Pentagon is now the guy, and that seems fitting. It’s the culmination of a three season story. And it seemed like Vampiro had secretly been taking orders from Pentagon all season and his entire thing with Puma was to set him up to be delivered to Pentagon on a silver platter like he was tonight. It also makes sense to get as many UltimaLucha main events out of Puma you can!

Now, one thing – crowd, why were you being dicks to Puma? What’s with the BS “na na na na, hey hey hey, goodbye” treatment? YOU LOVE PUMA I DON’T UNDERSTAND.

Also, Pentagon Dark’s theme song appreciation minute.

Thank you.

So, with seven minutes left, I knew there was going to be a long end credits scene, and it was awesome. It was in the same vein as the end credits scene from the original UltimaLucha, showing everyone doing something. I’ll mention everything I can remember, in no order. Puma walks out of the temple and leaves his mask. Sexy Star takes pictures with someone before a little girl gives her a music box with a spider in it, saying “She hasn’t forgotten about you.” (It’ll be a shame if we don’t get to find out where this goes, I almost thought they forgot about the spiders thing. ALSO WHAT ABOUT RICKY MANDEL AND THE PHOTOS???) Mascarita Sagrada takes the Rabbit Tribe to see the White Rabbit. Catrina is seen walking away and Jeremiah may be watching her. Fenix and Melissa leave in a car together – there may have been someone following them but I’m not sure. Cuerno is shown with the gauntlet in his trophy room. Back in Kobra Moon’s lair, Drago is chained up still, and Daga walks in with the sword he’s shown in the trailer with and he decapitates Pindar for losing the Trios Titles match for them, taking his place as Kobra Moon’s King. Vampiro is shown in his lair talking to his master, but he mentions Puma being gone and that he’s going to take care of Pentagon or something, and his master appears and it’s some mysterious person we don’t know. So that can’t be good. Matanza is shown locked up in his cell, and Rey is also locked up. And finally, Dario is shown having a drink with the guy who works for the lord and tells him he’ll get the gauntlet back, but he shoots Dario and leaves, briefly saying that new management will take care of Dario’s messes. Dario calls someone, possibly his father, and tells him something before he dies (or doesn’t die). And that’s it.

Pure insanity. What a season finale – what an event as a whole. Great matches, great stories moving forward, and so on. It touched on every story it needed to that felt like it was put aside for a while. This was definitely better than UltimaLucha Dos, and I’m pretty sure I’d put it above the original one too. I can’t wait for season four – let’s hope it gets here sooner rather than later.

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UltimaLucha Tres Final Card and Results

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Career vs. Career Match for the Lucha Underground Championship
Prince Puma (c) vs. Pentagon Dark
Winner, and new Lucha Underground Champion, Pentagon Dark

Title vs. Career Match for the Lucha Underground Championship
Johnny Mundo (c) vs. Prince Puma
My Winner: Either, but Johnny Mundo
Probable Winner: Johnny Mundo
Winner, and new Lucha Underground Champion, Prince Puma

Triple Threat Match for the Gauntlet
Cage vs. Mil Muertes vs. Jeremiah Crane
My Winner: Any of them
Probable Winner: Cage
Winner: Mil Muertes

Hell of War Match
Dante Fox vs. Killshot
My Winner: Either, but Dante Fox
Probable Winner: Killshot
Winner: Killshot

Last Luchadora Standing Match
Taya vs. Sexy Star
My Winner: Taya
Probable Winner: Sexy Star
Winner: Sexy Star

Ladder Match for the Gift of the Gods Championship
Pentagon Dark vs. Son of Havoc
My Winner: Either, but Son of Havoc
Probable Winner: Son of Havoc
Winner, and new Gift of the Gods Champion, Pentagon Dark

Mask vs. Hair
Fenix vs. Marty the Moth Martinez
My Winner: Marty the Moth Martinez
Probable Winner: Fenix
Winner: Fenix

Cage Match
El Dragon Azteca, Jr. vs. Matanza
My Winner: Matanza
Probable Winner: Matanza
Winner: Matanza

Ivelisse vs. Catrina
My Winner: Ivelisse
Probable Winner: Catrina
Winner: Ivelisse

Texano vs. Famous B and Dr. Wagner, Jr.
My Winner: Famous B and Doctor Wagner, Jr.
Probable Winner: Famous B and Doctor Wagner, Jr.

Trios Championship Match
(c) Drago, Vibora, and Pindar (c) vs. The Mack, Killshot, and Dante Fox
My Winners: Either
Probable Winners: Drago, Vibora, and Pindar
Winners: The Mack, Killshot, and Dante Fox

Battle Royal for a Unique Opportunity
Winner: The Mack

WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2017 Predictions, Comments, Etc.

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So, this PPV is happening. This seems like the most inconsequential show they could possibly do. Almost no title matches, no world champion, and for the most part, predictable finishes. So let’s just get through this – there’s no reason not to just breeze through this crap.

Cedric Alexander and Rich Swann vs. Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher

This is a match that’s happening, apparently. I don’t pay attention to the cruiserweights because they still have no idea what they’re doing, so I’m surprised to find a non-cruiserweight title match make it on the show. Still, I have no insight.

Prediction: Cedric Alexander and Rich Swann

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Kalisto (c) vs. Enzo Amore


“When’s Kalisto going to be put in the cruiserweight division?” We all said. Well, here he is now, lol. That being said, everything I said about Enzo being in the Cruiserweight division I stand by (For a reminder, it was just a lot of laughing), but those two segments with Neville destroying him were great. Unfortunately Neville leaving sucks and then we hotshotted Kalisto to a title, and he’s just going to lose it back. STOP PUTTING TITLES ON SOMEONE IF THEY ARE GOING TO IMMEDIATELY LOSE IT. NO. STOP IT.

Prediction: Enzo Amore

WWE Women’s Championship
Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Mickie James


You see, this is what happens when you keep someone champion for too long. They run out of credible challengers. And then WWE throws a challenger without credibility into the title match for no reason – just to be fodder to extend this boring as fuck title reign even longer until we reach the Asuka inevitability. We could have Sasha Banks as a heel running this entire show but instead we have mediocre Alexa hogging the title being not much more than a Bella with talent but still not enough talent to hold a title as long as she has. All the while, NOBODY CARES. Wake me up when something interesting happens on either brand’s women’s division, because I’m really bored of them running with mediocre Alexa and talentless Charlotte/Natalya.

Prediction: Alexa Bliss

Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt

Just why?

Prediction: Finn Balor

Asuka vs. Emma

Outside of the TLC match, this is about the only other part of this show I’m really looking forward to. It’ll be good, no need to guess who’s winning. (GO EMMA!)

Prediction: Asuka

TLC Match
The Shield vs. Braun Strowman, Cesaro, Sheamus, The Miz, and Kane


This should be fun. Again, no need to guess who’s winning.

Prediction: The Shield

So that’s that. Review Sunday.

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WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders, and Chairs 2017 Final Card

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TLC Match
The Shield vs. Braun Strowman, Cesaro, Sheamus, The Miz, and Kane
My Winners: The Shield?
Probable Winners: The Shield

Asuka vs. Emma
My Winner: Emma
Probable Winner: Asuka

Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt
My Winner: Don’t Care
Probable Winner: Finn Balor

WWE Cruiserweight Championship
Kalisto (c) vs. Enzo Amore
My Winner: Don’t Care
Probable Winner: Enzo Amore

WWE Women’s Championship
Alexa Bliss (c) vs. Mickie James
My Winner: Sasha Banks
Probable Winner: Alexa Bliss

Cedric Alexander and Rich Swann vs. Brian Kendrick and Jack Gallagher
My Winners: Don’t Care
Probable Winners: Cedric Alexander and Rich Swann

WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Review, Comments, Etc.

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Well, that show was about everything we expected it to be. One incredible tag team match, and then maybe one or two other good matches, and that’s it.

The Usos defeated the New Day to regain the WWE World Tag Team Championship inside Hell in a Cell. This match was incredible as we all knew it would be. Their three previous matches were all amazing, and this did not disappoint. It was fast paced, creative, and entertaining throughout. As always, when a match is this good – the right thing to do is just to direct you to go and watch it, because I shouldn’t be giving it all away for you. Of their four bouts I would probably say their SummerSlam one is still the best one, but this is right behind it.

Rating: ****1/2

Randy Orton defeated Rusev in an average match.

Rating: **1/2

Baron Corbin then defeated A.J. Styles and late addition Tye Dillinger to win the U.S. Championship. This was good, but I probably wouldn’t say it was amazing. Pretty much a standard triple threat match. Still, it was enough to make it the second or third best match on the show.

Rating: ***

Natalya got herself DQ’ed to end a boring match against Charlotte to sadly extend this god awful feud.

Rating: **

Jinder Mahal retained the WWE World Heavyweight Championship in typical boring Jinder Mahal fashion against Shinsuke Nakamura. You could have had something special with Shinsuke, but you’d rather degrade the WWE Title to a sack of rat feces.

Rating: **

Bobby Roode beat Dolph Ziggler in really dumb fashion in a boring match.

Rating: DUD

And then Kevin Owens defeated Shane McMahon in an alright Hell in a Cell Match. First off, this match went 39 full minutes which was 25 minutes too long. I DON’T NEED TO SEE NON-WRESTLER SHANE MCMAHON FOR FORTY MINUTES. So disrespectful to the actual wrestlers to give an old guy who doesn’t wrestle 40 minutes. Honestly, if they’d started with the stuff that was on top of the cell and went from there, I’d actually call this good. But they wasted so much time on the inside when you knew how it would end, so it was pointless. Even then, there was a Coast to Coast which is nothing new. Owens tried to cannonball McMahon through a table but missed – that was moderately interesting. The biggest WTF moment was how the ref called a rope break to break up the pin after the Coast 2 Coast because as we all know there is NO ROPE BREAK IN HELL IN A CELL FFS. Especially when the Cell match is Falls Count Anywhere. Eventually Shane finally decides to leave the cell because, well, he can apparently? So he did. The match could’ve done without all of that because it was slow and led to nothing but the ref looking like an idiot. So eventually Owens gets Shane on the announce table and then climbs the cell, but then takes far too long pacing instead of actually jumping off the cell. So Shane gets up and we waste more time waiting for him to climb up, and they fight on top of the cell for a while. But all they do is tease you with a bunch of moves with no falling off of the cell or no going through the cell so WHO THE FUCK CARES? You just did moves on top of steel at that point so it was just a Chamber match at that point. Either do a couple moves and then move on, or make sure someone goes through the cell. I’m not impressed by moves on top of steel without any actual consequences. Anyways, they start to climb down, Shane knocks Owens off the the table, but of course that isn’t enough for Shane so we have to drag things on even longer as he puts Owens on ANOTHER table, climbs the cell AGAIN, wasting more time, and then does the exact same dive HE ALWAYS does which is not impressive. But he missed because Sami Zayn pulled Owens out of the way, which is legitimately the only interesting thing to come from this match, as he then made Owens cover Shane for the win. If you’d cut twenty minutes and started at the top of the cell they’d have had a far better match.

Rating: ***1/2

Overall the tag match was great, but there’s nothing else on this show I’d actually recommend to others.

Overall Grade: C

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WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Final Card and Results

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Hell in a Cell Match
Kevin Owens vs. Shane McMahon
My Winner: Kevin Owens
Probable Winner: Shane McMahon
Winner: Kevin Owens

WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Jinder Mahal (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura
My Winner: Shinsuke Nakamura
Probable Winner: Jinder Mahal
Winner, and still WWE World Heavyweight Champion, Jinder Mahal

Hell in a Cell Match for the WWE World Tag Team Championship
(c) The New Day (c) vs. The Usos
My Winners: The Usos
Probable Winner: The New Day
Winners, and new WWE World Tag Team Champions, The Usos

Triple Threat Match for the WWE U.S. Championship
A.J. Styles (c) vs. Baron Corbin vs. Tye Dillinger
My Winner: Either
Probable Winner: A.J. Styles
Winner, and new WWE U.S. Champion, Baron Corbin

WWE Blue Women’s Championship
Natalya (c) vs. Charlotte
My Winner: Meteor
Probable Winner: Charlotte
Winner by DQ, Charlotte; Still WWE Blue Women’s Champion, Natalya

Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler
My Winner: Don’t Care
Probable Winner: Bobby Roode
Winner: Bobby Roode

Randy Orton vs. Rusev
My Winner: Rusev
Probable Winner: Randy Orton
Winner: Randy Orton

WWE Hell in a Cell 2017 Predictions, Comments, Etc.

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Oh joy, another PPV. And another PPV where I’m supposed to care about Shane McMahon maybe jumping from a high place and also about a McMahon getting beat up. NEWS FLASH: It’s 2017 and I don’t give a fuck.

Randy Orton vs. Rusev

So, are we going to get a real match this time? Regardless, cut and paste whatever I said about the SummerSlam match and put it here.

Prediction: Randy Orton

Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler

Hey look, Dolph is the first feud for someone from NXT again!

Prediction: Bobby Roode

WWE Blue Women’s Championship
Natalya (c) vs. Charlotte

Why are you doing this to me? Again? What did I do to you? Show me where they hurt you, WWE. Show me where they hurt you so I know why you’re so sadistic that you’d give us this awful match for the third time in 1.5 years. Both women’s divisions are so beyond fucked up right now. On Raw you have had the title on someone who isn’t bad but is also mediocre since April and we’ve gotten to the point where her title reign is so stale that we’ve gotten Mickie James as a challenger who is nothing but title reign extension fodder just so we wait for the Asuka inevitability, while the best talent of Raw flounders from poor writing and the refusal of WWE to run with their actual best talent (Sasha/Emma/Bayley). And on Smackdown we’ve run from mediocre talent Naomi to awful Natalya and now probably god awful Charlotte while Becky sits around with nothing to do. For a “revolution” of women in sports, WWE seems content in pushing the worst of the talent over the best ones. Gross. As far as this is concerned – can we all just take a second to thank whatever false deity that you believe in that this is NOT a hell in a cell match? Because for as much as people bitched and moaned about Sasha/Charlotte being the “first ever Women’s HIAC match” (hope that triggered someone), at least while the story for that one left a lot to be desired, it absolutely deserved to be a cell match and had at least one talent worthy of being in it – unfortunately that match NEVER HAPPENED. It.Never.Happened. Good God Almighty that match’s result which was one of the biggest blemishes/blunders in WWE history NEVER FUCKING HAPPENED. (OH GOD I TRIGGERED MYSELF. Sorry. Moving on.) Anyways….. Imagine if this was the first ever one, or if this was one in general. We’d all have to die. So, as much as I’m rooting for Carmella – GO METEOR!

Prediction: Charlotte

WWE U.S. Championship
A.J. Styles (c) vs. Baron Corbin


Imagine being buried weekly because you know more about concussion issues than the crackpot doctor WWE is using, then being told on screen that you squander all your opportunities that you’ve had, even though the only opportunity you “squandered” was MITB because WWE made you lose the briefcase just because they’re spiteful that you know more than some idiot about important issues? Then you’d be Baron Corbin. That whole situation is bullshit. As much as Corbin should win this, I doubt it.

Prediction: A.J. Styles

WWE World Heavyweight Championship
Jinder Mahal (c) vs. Shinsuke Nakamura


So, if this match isn’t in the Cell, then why should I believe that this match is going to end in any fashion other than how LITERALLY ALL OF JINDER’S TITLE DEFENSES HAVE ENDED? Seriously, the Jinder experiment failed ages ago, and they’re just going to carry this on and kill the brand and by the time Shinsuke Fucking Nakamura lost twice to Jinder Fucking Mahal, they’ll have completely squandered everything that could have been.

Prediction: Jinder Mahal

Hell in a Cell Match for the WWE World Tag Team Championship
(c) The New Day (c) vs. The Usos


Now this will undoubtedly be the best match of the show. I’m looking forward to this more than anything else on the show. I really hope the Usos regain the belts, because there’s literally nothing for the New Day to do with the belts besides be the New Day. New Day are above the titles at this point.

Prediction: The New Day

Hell in a Cell Match
Shane McMahon vs. Kevin Owens


Why in 2017 should I care about someone vs. a McMahon? Why should I feel sympathy for a McMahon being beaten up? I realize that Shane is the likable one, but still, why? So Kevin is going to beat up the son of the millionaire guy who’s running his own business into the ground with awful shows week after week and awful PPVs more often than not? A guy whose company holds tributes for shootings while the boss’s wife works for the administration that helps perpetuate such tragedies? Among all of the other bullshit that they STILL do. Just look at all of the racist promos they’ve had Jinder doing, while they make Jinder a lightning rod for USA chants and xenophobia. Fuck all of that. Go Kevin Owens – beat that guy’s ass.

Prediction: Shane McMahon

Whatever, review Sunday.

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I Fight To Forget; I Fight Because I Can’t: The Hell of War

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Lucha Underground’s UltimaLucha Tres started this past Wednesday night, and it started with perhaps one of the best matches in its entire run. The Hell of War Match – the blowoff match to one of the most well done stories in both the company’s history, and in wrestling history itself.

Killshot has been around since partway through season one, although we didn’t get much backstory to his character until season two. He’s a former soldier who’s been through the many perils of war, and now that that life is behind him, he finds himself at the Lucha Underground Temple doing what he does best – fighting for survival. The title of this post is his words – he fights to forget, and he fights because he can’t.

In season two we saw him battle Marty the Moth, a demented character who stole his dog tags, and that feud capped off in the second episode of season three in a WMD match – another great match. Shortly thereafter Killshot was given a note that said simply “You left me for dead.”

Enter Dante Fox – a fellow soldier that fought with Killshot, and subsequently was imprisoned alongside him by the enemy, among others. Killshot escaped, leaving the rest to die.

They’ve battled several times over the season. Dante won their first match upon his debut, and after Killshot thought that was over, they teamed together for one match. But, of course, it was far from over. They continued to battle, and Dante would later go on to cost Killshot the Cueto Cup, and Killshot would attack him after Dante was eliminated from the same tournament.

This story was handled beautifully. It handled the perils of war without glorifying it much like many politicians love to do. It handled it without creating some bogus, tired narrative that WWE would give to you of America vs. foreign nation and all the xenophobia and racism that comes with that.

Then comes this match – which, because of how well the story was done, and how good a performer both Killshot and Dante Fox are, both of whom I’ve become big fans of – I was looking forward to this match possibly the most of all the matches scheduled for UltimaLucha Tres. If it’s not the most, it’s definitely in the top three. And it was the main event of night one of four – and if this was the first night, the rest of it will surely be insane. Although they have a tough act to follow.

As far as the match is concerned, it’s certainly not for the squeamish. It wasn’t called the Hell of War for no reason – it’s a 3 Stages of Hell match where the first fall was First Blood, the second a Street Fight, and the final fall an ambulance match. And while there are wrestling companies like CZW where this kind of violence is seen regularly, outside of Lucha Underground, I only regularly watch WWE and recently I’ve started to watch NJPW, so the level of violence in this match is not something I watch on a regular basis.

The first fall is the only one that closely resembles a wrestling match. While they were using weapons, for most of it it was only those you see in a standard No DQ match – chairs, ladders, etc. Killshot would essentially play Whack a Mole with Dante’s head poking out of a ladder, trying to hit him with a chair. Instead, Dante sent the chair flying into Killshot’s face. Killshot would later dropkick a chair into Dante’s face, before taking another hit to the head with a chair on the outside. Dante hit a sick parkour Moonsault off the apron, using the turnbuckle to flip over on top of Killshot who was on top of the ladder. Dante jumped from the stands and hit a leg drop onto Killshot who was laying on the apron with a chair on top of him. And Dante hit a springboard, top rope Spanish Fly.

Dante would eventually go and get a large pane of glass and set it down on two set up chairs so it was elevated off the ground. He would attempt to hit his finisher, the Foxcatcher (an elevated DDT) off the apron and through the glass, but Killshot countered and hit a Uranage onto the apron onto Dante. They got into the ring, and set the glass pane back on top of the chairs inside the ring. Again, Dante would try to hit the Foxcatcher off the top rope, but after Killshot blocked it, Dante would block what looked like a powerbomb into a back drop off the top rope, sending Killshot flying and crashing down the the glass, shattering it to pieces and tearing Killshot’s back apart as the crowd, who up until this point has been going crazy, gasps and then remains silent. Needless to say, the first fall goes to Dante as now Killshot’s back bleeding.

Following this, the match continues. But somewhere in here, the match ceases becoming a wrestling match and became the war it was described as. Dante hit a Lo Mein Pain on Killshot, flipping him off the top rope and through a set up chair, and hit him with a 450 Splash off the top rope while he was on top of a ladder. Killshot hit Dante with a superkick while he was sitting on the second turnbuckle, then planted him headfirst with a DDT. Then Killshot got a huge piece of plywood with many coils of barbed wire on it, propping it up against the ropes. Keep in mind all of that broken glass is still all over the ring. While teasing someone going through the barbed wire, Killshot hits his finisher, the Killstomp, onto Dante and Dante kicks out defiantly at 1. They both scowl at each other as they get up to their knees before Killshot knees Dante in the face, lifts him up and powerbombs Dante through the barbed wire plywood and the crowd loses it.

The look of pain on Dante’s face while the crowd chants “Holy Shit!” and both the referee and many members of the crowd have their hands on their heads or covering their mouths in awe says it all. Dante’s back is now bleeding where skin has been torn off. But that’s not all, as Killshot pulls Dante back up and hits the Storm Cradle Driver onto Dante, forcing his already mangled back to crash down into the pile of broken glass, which easily picks up the pinfall for him, evening the match at a fall a piece.

The third fall begins with several soldiers (real life or actors, I’m not sure) standing with a gurney ready to take one man off in an ambulance. And it started will Killshot suplexing Dante out of the ring, but as Dante falls out, he pulled Killshot out and DDT’d Killshot onto the apron. As Dante tries to push the gurney towards Killshot, Killshot runs and jumps over the length of the gurney and dropkicks Dante. Killshot brings Dante onto the top rope and hits a Death Valley Driver off the top rope onto Dante to the outside and onto the gurney. As Dante crashes off the gurney, he leaves behind blood and the literal skin off of his back on top of the gurney.

Killshot straps Dante to the gurney, but he escapes. However, Killshot hits a Killstomp from the stands onto Dante onto the gurney. Dante dives out of the ring and hits a flipping senton onto Killshot, and then he carries Killshot up to the platform where the band plays. He starts to choke Killshot with a guitar cord, staring directly into Killshot’s eyes – ready to kill him, pointing his fingers in the shape of a gun directly on the crosshairs on the forehead of Killshot’s mask. Killshot, however, finds a bottle and breaks it over Dante’s head. Dante wobbles before falling off the platform, crashing through another, larger pane of glass that was set up below. If you didn’t see Dante breathing, you’d have thought he was dead. (Characters legitimately have died in Lucha Underground, although never in front of the crowd.)

The crowd is eerily quiet now as Killshot slowly makes his way back down to the floor, picks up Dante, and carries him out of the war zone and puts him in the ambulance – winning the match, and more importantly, atoning for leaving Dante to die during war.

This was not only the likely conclusion to a brilliantly written, season-long story, but a masterpiece of storytelling. It’s not so much a wrestling match as it is art. As cynical as many of us wrestling fans can become as we watch it for years and years, it’s great to know that there are still performers like Killshot and Dante and writers such as those that work for LU and commentators such as Matt Striker and Vampiro, that, when all of their best efforts combine, can create such a work of art. Crying is one thing wrestling has rarely made me do – it’s mainly only happened after a death or a retirement – the only matches that I’ve cried from were the first four of five NXT Women’s Title matches on the Takeover specials from 2015. Until this match, that is. I found myself, a few hours after having watched it, still thinking about how brilliant it was.

A lot of people who don’t understand professional wrestling will ask you “Why do you watch that fake stuff?” because they don’t understand. Well, whenever someone asks you that, all you need to do is point them to this match. Because once someone watches it, it will change what they think of this art form forever.

UltimaLucha Tres Predictions, Comments, Etc.

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Finally, a show worth talking about. This Wednesday marks the beginning of UltimaLucha 3, the WrestleMania of Lucha Underground, the show that will blow any WrestleMania in recent years out of the water. I am so pumped for this – the only downside is that it’s over the course of four weeks which means for agonizing weeks of work before I know everything that’s going to happen. But from 9/27 to 10/20 we’ve got four shows that I’m sure will all be excellent as Lucha Underground always is.

Now, before I get into the predictions, I was to mention a few things. First, some of the match graphics are crappy photoshops (Do you even call chopping things up in Paint photoshopping?) so I apologize for that. Unfortunately LU hasn’t put them all up on social media by now like they normally do so I did what I could. The ones that look normal I just screenshotted the images from the most recent episode after buying that episode on iTunes.

Also, I do know the match order but I’m not going to list it. However, I do know there are two matches that happen that are NOT announced yet but I have no idea what those matches are. A solid guess is Serpents vs. Rabbits for the Trios Titles and something that combines The Mack, Aero Star, Joey Ryan, Cortez Castro, and a few others I may haven’t mentioned. I want to throw PJ Black and Mariposa in there but who knows.

That being said, let’s get into it. And we’ll start with a poorly photoshopped one for fun.

Texano vs. Famous B

What’s that? You’re not surprised that Texano is part of the match I’m least looking forward to? Shock! Anyways, whereas I wasn’t interested in his first UltimaLucha match, this should actually prove amusing just because Famous B is hilarious. Also his arm is broken right now because of Pentagon so that should make it even sillier. Now, it’s being called a handicap match and I’m not sure that it’s just because Famous B has a broken arm or if he may end up with a mystery partner. Regardless, since Famous B gets Texano’s contract if he wins, I’m fairly sure he’s going to find a way.

Prediction: Famous B

Ivelisse vs. Catrina

This match was made for UltimaLucha Tres on episode one of this season. Let’s think about that – 35 episodes ago. You know when that episode aired? Septermber 7th, 2016. One year and twenty days before this match actually airs. But, this feud has been built since the original UltimaLucha. Catrina cost Ivelisse and company the Trios Titles after hitting Ivelisse with the stone, and then she cost Ivelisse her Lucha Underground Title match on episode one of season two, and she cost Ivelisse her match with Taya at UltimaLucha Dos. Catrina’s been fucking with her for ages and naturally we’ve wanted to see her get revenge. It’s unfortunate that Ivelisse got injured AGAIN this season and we haven’t seen her since somewhere in the first half. We haven’t seen her since 2016. But anytime Jeremiah and Catrina are on tv that counts as buildup. Regardless – as much as I love Ivelisse, her backstage attitude and her dumb tweets about depression notwithstanding, I can’t foresee Catrina losing her first match. I mean, Catrina can just disappear out of people’s clutches – how can she possibly lose?

Prediction: Catrina

Cage Match
El Dragon Azteca, Jr. vs. Matanza


The first half of the season ended with a Death match between these two, and now we’re getting a cage match after we’ve circled back around to it. So, what exactly did Matanza do to Rey Mysterio? Will EDA finally get the revenge he’s been seeking since he got to the temple? I don’t know. I wouldn’t be surprised but the smart answer is no.

Prediction: Matanza

Mask vs. Hair
Fenix vs. Marty the Moth


Fenix continues to be the one really good wrestler they have that I can’t get into. His character isn’t sympathetic and his attitude towards women when in matches against them is unbearably annoying. His match against Mariposa just pissed me off especially since I LOVE Mariposa. And Marty is awesome, but as much as I want him to win, I can’t imagine how he’s going to make that happen.

Prediction: Fenix

Ladder Match for the Gift of the Gods Championship
Pentagon Dark vs. Son of Havoc


Now while this kind of seems thrown together last minute since they don’t really have a feud, this should still be great. While Pentagon failed to win the title at UltimaLucha Dos and he’s still over as hell, it’s hard to not root for Havoc after being screwed out of the main event of this show by Dario at UltimaLucha Dos – and if he wins, he could still insert himself into that main event. And maybe he will. That being said I still want that main event to be one on one so I don’t really know what I want to happen. Maybe Havoc will win but Pentagon will be pissed and break his arm so Havoc won’t get the main event.

Prediction: Son of Havoc

Last Luchadora Standing Match
Sexy Star vs. Taya


Now this is going to be a tad weird after recent events in AAA, but this match was taped a year before that happened so it’s not really relevant. Still, Taya had better win, even though I’m fairly positive Sexy Star will win again. But now – moving forward, when season four happens (it’s going to happen stop pretending it won’t), it’s possible there won’t be anymore Sexy Star because of all that’s happened – so I’m hoping Taya wins. Also, is that spider story still happening with Sexy Star? Does it have anything to do with Ricky Mandel’s photos??

Prediction: Sexy Star

Hell of War Match
Killshot vs. Dante Fox


This is either the match I’m looking forward to the second or third most, depending. Dante Fox is fucking awesome. And so is Killshot. I’ve become such a big fan of Dante in a limited amount of time. And this storyline has been great and this match is going to be insane. It’s two out of three falls – I’m not sure if the falls will have stipulations. I’m not really sure if I care who wins that much – the winners are the crowd.

Prediction: Killshot

Cage vs. Jeremiah Crane vs. Mil Muertes

This match is also going to be insane. I love all three of them so much. And if I can just say, I’m so happy that Sami Callihan left NXT and is now here because him as Jeremiah Crane is everything he could have been in WWE and so much more. Now this is being called a Gauntlet Match and I’m not sure if it’s just because it’s for the gauntlet or because it could actually be a gauntlet match. I hope it’s still a triple threat. Also this is going to lead to the conclusion or continuation of one of the season’s biggest stories – will Cage keep the gauntlet and Dario and the mysterious lord get what they want to do Jeremiah or Mil get the gauntlet for Catrina to give to her mom, Captain Vazquez, so Catrina gets the amulet? I have no idea how all of that’s going to play out.

Prediction: Cage

Career vs. Title Match for the Lucha Underground Championship
Johnny Mundo (c) vs. Prince Puma


And finally, the match we’re all waiting for – Johnny freaking Mundo defending his Lucha Underground Championship against Prince Puma. The first main event of Lucha Underground – season one, episode one; the final two in Aztec Warfare 1 to crown the first Lucha Underground Champion; the first All Night Long match. Johnny and WWU winning the Trios Titles from Puma and Rey and EDA. And now this, the main event of UltimaLucha Tres, with Puma’s LU career on the line. This match will be great, we already know that. And sadly it’s a little anticlimactic since we know Ricochet’s not going to come back next year, so we know he’s not going to walk out with the belt. But we still don’t know if either Havoc or Pentagon could have anything to say about it.

Prediction: Johnny Mundo

Well, the review’s not for a month, so get some popcorn and enjoy the shows.

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WWE No Mercy 2017 Review, Comments, Etc.

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Well, I would actually say that was a fairly good show, although there are some things to take issue with.

I have to question why the match that started the show was The Miz vs. Jason Jordan. You’d want to start the show with something hot and this wasn’t it. It’s not that the match was bad, because it was a fairly enjoyable match – but this feud isn’t hot and the Jason Jordan storyline is floundering. He’s a good wrestler but the story is so fake that it’s not going to go anywhere – and stop making manufactured nepotism an issue when real nepotism is running rampant within the company. Anyways, it was a decent match but of course Jordan was “cheated” out of a win so sadly it will continue.

Rating: **1/2

Finn Balor vs. Bray Wyatt was next and I have to say – I enjoyed this match more than either of their previous two. I was really into this and enjoyed the psychology of it. But, commentary – a “Man vs. Man” match? LOL. That’s what every wrestling match involving two dudes is. “Bray suckered Finn into this match?” Um, what? He suckered Finn into a kind of match he’s had a ton of times? WHY ARE WE ACTING LIKE FINN WOULD’VE BEEN THE DEMON AT ALL?

Rating: ***1/2

Dean Ambrose and Seth Rollins defeated “The Bar” to retain the tag titles in another really good match. I’m really happy to see Ambrose and Rollins together because it’s the spark the tag division has needed on Raw. We still need more well built teams around them and we need Ambrose/Rollins vs. Revival to be the endgame here. Regardless this match was great – although commentary was awful during it.

Rating: ****

Alexa Bliss sadly retained Sasha Banks’s WWE Women’s Championship in a pretty good Fatal 5 Way. I had a fun time with it even though Alexa retaining again was deflating. Also, Bayley ate the pin again because?? Have her pin Nia.

Rating: ***

John Cena vs. Roman Reigns was what it was. It was really just Roman Reigns is SO FUCKING OP yet again. He kicked out of FOUR AA’s, one off the top rope, two directly back to back. What the actual fuck. I don’t have a problem with the first one and the super one, but then the two back to back ones? LMAO. And Cena lost from two Spears, one through a table.

Rating: ***1/2

Well, we’ve come to the somber part of this review. Ladies and gentlemen, we’ve gathered here today to pay respects to the death of the Cruiserweight Division – so everyone, please, take a knee. The Cruiserweight Division, much like sanity this country, died today. A blithering idiot won the Cruiserweight title today, and a blithering idiot thinks that he can foolishly get people to boycott the NFL. (Because, you know, people will ever stop watching football. Also, he should realize that when conservative morons such as himself try to boycott things, it makes those things wildly successful because then even more people will watch than ever because they won’t have to deal with watching things in the presence of racist nazis at the same time! Conservatives – making things better by going and hiding under a rock! Regardless, everyone that takes a knee is far more American than Trump supporters and their blind patriotism (AKA douchebaggery) since those who take a knee are doing it to help repair a nation that the President broke so you know, keep pretending that they’re protesting a piece of fabric (MUH FABRIC!!) and a song while you continue to love pretending to be persecuted and that your freedom of speech is being “infringed upon” meanwhile you keep doing things that ACTUALLY infringe upon free speech. Conservatives – the biggest hypocrites to ever exist!) Anyways.

Rating: DUD

And Brock retained the title which makes me sad. Honestly the second Braun was in the Kimura for a long time and Braun started selling the arm I got deflated. Any chance he had of winning disappeared. Sigh.

Rating: ***

Anyways, outside of the Cruiserweight Title match it was still a pretty good show.

Overall Grade: B-

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