Gran Hamada pinned El Texano with the Swinging DDT in 0:00:40. Rating: *
Averno pinned Heavy Metal after a German suplex in 0:04:51. Rating: ** 3/4
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Marco Corleone beat Puma 2 falls to 0: x M. Corleone beat Puma via the Mark Of Excellence in 0:05:31 x M. Corleone beat Puma via a back suplex in 0:07:13 Rating: **
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match With Captain's Rules: Muscle Orchestra (Manabu Nakanishi and Jon Anderson) and La Sombra beat Rey Bucanero, Ultimo Guerrero and Volador Jr. 3 falls to 0: x La Sombra beat U. Guerrero via a German suplex in 0:03:21 x Nakanishi beat Bucanero via the Argentine Backbreaker in 0:20:41 Rating: ***
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Rey Misterio Jr. beat Mr. Aguila 2 falls to 0: x Misterio Jr. beat Aguila via a power bomb in 0:04:29 x Misterio Jr. beat Aguila via the Super Huracanrana in 0:07:07 Rating: ** 1/2
Card rating: ** 1/2
January 2000 recap: Attendance: 200
It has finally arrived the debut of Lucha Libre USA. Once a month the stars of Lucha Libre will make their way to San Antonio, TX to give the U.S. fans a taste of the high-flying action that has put Lucha Libre on the map!
In our first ever match Gran Hamada made a fool out of El Texano defeating him in :40 seconds! The fans really got on El Texanos case after the match.
Averno made his presence known in the company with a big victory over one of the most popular stars in the promotion Heavy Metal. Heavy Metal fell to a german suplex and was very upset with his loss.
Marco Corleone came out and made sure the fans knew he was the biggest name in the company, and that he could see a title belt around his waist in the near future. Corleone made short work of his opponent, Puma winning 2 falls to nothing in his debut match.
In trio's competition Muscle Orchestra, consisting of Strongman Jon Anderson, and Manabu Nakanishi teamed with fan favorite La Sombra to get their first win over heavy competition in Rey Bucanero, Ultimo Guerrero, and Volador Jr. The fans really got behind Strongman and Manabu Nakanishi and were impressed by the physical appearance of Jon Anderson!
Our main event was what brought the crowd out tonight. Rey Misterio Jr took on a popular name in Lucha Libre here in the United States in Mr. Aguila! The high flying action kept fans on the edge of their seats tonight, but in the end Rey Misterio took the victory 2-0 over his opponent.
After the match Rey Jr. thanked the fans for coming out and promised them that Lucha Libre U.S.A. will be the best thing to happen to San Antonio and the South West in a long long time!
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Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Mr. Aguila beat Puma 2 falls to 0: x Aguila beat Puma via the Moonsault in 0:09:36 x Aguila beat Puma via the Moonsault in 0:14:04 Rating: **
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Heavy Metal beat Octagon 2 falls to 1: x H. Metal beat Octagon via spinning headscissors in 0:07:03 x Octagon beat H. Metal via a flying cross body press in 0:07:48 x H. Metal beat Octagon via a medio cangrejo in 0:10:32 Rating: ** 3/4
Muscle Orchestra (Manabu Nakanishi and Jon Anderson) defeated Marco Corleone and Volador Jr. when Strongman pinned Volador Jr. after a running elbow smash in 0:08:49. Rating: ** 1/2 (Ultimo Guerrero no-showed.)
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match With Captain's Rules: Gran Hamada, La Sombra and Rey Misterio Jr. beat El Texano, Averno and Rey Bucanero 2 falls to 0: x Hamada beat Texano via the Swinging DDT in 0:08:06 Rating: *** 1/4
Card rating: ***
February 2000 recap: Attendance: 200
Fans of Lucha Libre were excited to hear that Lucha Libre USA will be running shows every month this year in San Antonio. The crowds have been nice for this upstart promotion, and tonight the fans had a chance to see some of the stars of the company once again.
Mr. Aguila and Puma started the night in singles competition, as always the matches are 2/3 falls, and Aguila wowed the crowd with his moonsault finisher to get a 2-0 victory over the young Puma in our opener.
Two fan favorites in Octagon and Heavy Metal took to the air in our second match. This one was back and forth action between Octagon and Heavy Metal with a third fall being necessary to determine a winner. Heavy Metal put his medio cangrejo submission maneuver onto Octogan to get the victory.
After the match fans gave both superstars a round of applause, with Heavy Metal checking on the condition of Octagon. Octagon raised the hand of Heavy Metal after he came to.
Last month the fans were impressed at the size of Strongman Jon Anderson and the power he brings to the roster of Lucha Libre USA. This month we had our first look at the fan favorite team of Jon Anderson and Manabu Nakanishi, and what exactly they can do in tag team action. They were scheduled to face Volador Jr. and Ultimo Guerrero, but Guerrero never made it to the building and was replaced by Marco Corleone. Nakanishi and Corleone really brutalized eachother during the match, in the end Strongman used a running forearm smash to gain the upperhand, and the victory for Muscle Orchestra in this match.
Marco Corleone took the mic and told Nakanishi that since this ring couldn't hold them tonight, next month they should fight it out in a falls count anywhere match! Nakanishi accepted the challenge.
Last month Grand Hamada embarassed El Texano in the debut match for the promotion when he scored a pinfall in under a minute. This month the two decided to take the rivalry to trio's competition. Both men would serve as team captains and choose Lucha Libre stars from the roster. Hamada picked two of the most popular stars in Lucha Libre in Rey Misterio Jr. and La Sombra to compete against El Texano's partners Averno and Rey Bucanero.
Hamada once against proved he was the stronger competitor when he scored the victory pinning El Texano to earn the win for his team. El Texano swore that it wasn't over between the two of them!
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Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Mr. Aguila beat Puma 2 falls to 0: x Aguila beat Puma via countout in 0:10:56 x Aguila beat Puma via a Frankensteiner from the top rope in 0:15:58 Rating: ** 1/2
No-Countout-No-DQ-Falls-Count-Anywhere Match: Marco Corleone pinned Manabu Nakanishi with the Mark Of Excellence in 0:04:52. Rating: ** 3/4
Interview: Gran Hamada interview
(Ringside announcer Ricardo Rincon introduces Gran Hamada to the fans)
Gran Hamada comes out to a good response from the crowd.
Ricardo tells Hamada that he is a living legend of Lucha Libre, along with all the work he has done in Japan helping start up Michinoku Pro Wrestling, and that it is an honor to have him here in Lucha Libre USA.
Hamada accepts the praises, and tells Ricardo that he has spent his entire life trying to expose the world to this style of wrestling, and that Lucha Libre will soon capture the hearts of the fans in the United States.
::During the audience applause, out comes El Texano who tells Hamada that his entire career has been a joke and he has never accomplished anything in this business, before Hamada gets a chance to interject Texano clubs Hamada with a cheap shot to the groin and beings to stomp away at the living legend.::
(Out comes La Sombra who makes the save for Hamada and tells El Texano that if he is in the mood to play dirty, maybe he should step in the ring with The Shadow with NO Disqualifications and no Countouts as the stipulation! Texano agrees to the match as the ref calls for the bell!)
No-Countout-No-DQ-Match: El Texano pinned La Sombra with the Magistral Cradle in 0:13:57. Rating: **** [Averno interfered against La Sombra.]
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match With Captain's Rules: Heavy Metal, Octagon and Jon Anderson beat Rey Bucanero, Volador Jr. and Ultimo Guerrero 2 falls to 0: x H. Metal beat Bucanero via a waistlock suplex in 0:09:59 Rating: **** 1/4
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Rey Misterio Jr. beat Juventud Guerrera 2 falls to 0: x Misterio Jr. beat J. Guerrera via a dropkick in 0:10:28 x Misterio Jr. beat J. Guerrera via a power bomb in 0:11:03 Rating: *** 1/4
Card rating: *** 3/4
March 2000 recap: Attendance: 235
A wild night as the third edition of Lucha Libre USA takes place from San Antonio Texas.
Mr. Aguila gets a victory over Puma in our opener 2 falls to 0 and proves why he is one of the most dangerous high flying luchadors in the sport today.
Marco Corleone walked away tonight with the victory over one half of Muscle Orchestra, Manabu Nakanishi. Corleone tried to convince the crowd that he was the biggest superstar to ever step foot in San Antonio, Texas!
An interview with Gran Hamada went totally wrong when El Texano came out and attacked the legend. La Sombra made the save and challenged Texano to a no countout/no DQ match match here and now, which backfired on the popular Luchador when Averno attacked him with a chair costing him the match. Averno and El Texano stood in the ring raising each others hands while a fallen La Sombra lay motionless in the ring.
In trios competition Heavy Metal captained a team including Octagon and Strongman to a victory over Bucanero, Volador Jr. and Ultimo Guerrero. Technico captain Heavy Metal pinned rudos captain Rey Bucanero to get the victory for his team.
Our main event was advertised as Rey Misterio Jr. vs a mystery man from his past. The crowd was in shock when Juventud Guerrera made his way to the ring, and it was enough to get the fans on their feet and cheer on their hero Rey Misterio Jr.
Rey Jr. won the contest with two pinfalls in a row, with the second one coming off a wild powerbomb that left Guerrera laying on the mat for a few minutes after the final bell. The fans were behind Rey JR. like never before to end another sucessful night of action for Lucha Libre U.S.A.!
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Interview: Ring announcer Ricardo Rincon announces an eight man tournament to crown the first ever Lucha Libre U.S.A. World Heavyweight Champion.
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Juventud Guerrera beat Puma 2 falls to 1: x J. Guerrera beat Puma via the Dragon Suplex in 0:12:33 x Puma beat J. Guerrera via countout in 0:17:55 x J. Guerrera beat Puma via a Frankensteiner in 0:21:48 Puma suffered a neck injury. He will be out for approximately 12 cards. Rating: *** 1/2
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Heavy Metal beat Rey Bucanero 2 falls to 0: x H. Metal beat Bucanero via a waistlock suplex in 0:06:05 x H. Metal beat Bucanero via the Casita in 0:13:07 Rating: *** 1/4
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: El Texano and Averno beat Gran Hamada and La Sombra 2 falls to 0: x Averno beat Hamada via the Devil's Wings in 0:05:10 x Texano beat Hamada via a series of slaps in 0:08:26 Rating: *** 3/4
Volador Jr. pinned Octagon after a flying legdrop in 0:11:59. Rating: ** 3/4
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Muscle Orchestra (Manabu Nakanishi and Jon Anderson) beat Marco Corleone and Ultimo Guerrero 2 falls to 1: x Nakanishi beat U. Guerrero via a sleeperhold in 0:14:07 x M. Corleone beat Nakanishi via disqualification in 0:15:39 x Nakanishi beat M. Corleone via a flying axhandle in 0:26:53 Rating: *** Click here to see highlights.
Card rating: *** 1/4
April 2000 recap: Attendance: 205
A wild one from San Antonio, as Muscle Orchestra gets a victory in our main event so the fans can go home happy.
The night started on a high note as our ring announcer announced that Lucha Libre U.S.A. will be holding an eight man one night only tournament this July to crown our first ever champion. We do not know the names of those that will compete, but the announcement sent a buzz into the crowd before the start of the show.
Juventud Guerrera returned to Lucha Libre U.S.A. to claim a victory over Puma. A serious injury to Puma during the match caused a quick finish. Backstage it seems like Puma might be missing an extended amount of time.
Fan favorite Heavy Metal left the arena with a victory to his name as he defeated Rey Bucanero 2 falls to 0 as these two team captains from last months trio's match met in singles competition.
From there it became a night that belonged to the rudos. El Texano and Averno took on Gran Hamada and La Sombra in a tag team match, which saw Averno and Texano's gameplan come to light. Averno started the match hitting La Sombra with an illegal move that injured his knee and kept him immobile for most of the match. While La Sombra was unable to compete the two rudos constantly attacked a weak Gran Hamada. Averno hit his devils wings finisher on the fallen legend, that basically took him out of the match to score their first pinfall, and minutes later a series of chops from El Texano finished Hamada off and gave the rudos the victory.
La Sombra has sworn he will get vengance on behalf of Hamada for Averno and El Texano's cheating ways.
The rudos continued to have their way on the card when Volador Jr. picked up a victory over Octagon in our next match. Volador proclaimed that he would be the first man to put the world heavyweight title around his waist and be the face of Lucha Libre in the United States.
In our main event, a wild one sent the fans home happy when Muscle Orchestra, who's popularity has taken on a life of it's own, defeated the pompus Marco Corleone and his partner Ultimo Guerrero. Nakanishi was DQ'ed for putting his hands on official Tim White during the second fall and had the fans thinking it was going to be three major victories for the rudo's tonight, but Nakanishi regained his composure and hit Corleone with a double axe handle that would put this match in the history books as a victory for Muscle Orchestra! Corleone tried to attack Nakanishi from behind but hesitated when he realized Strongman Jon Anderson was ready to step in!
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Ultimo Guerrero beat Jon Anderson 2 falls to 0: x U. Guerrero beat Strongman via disqualification in 0:07:30 x U. Guerrero beat Strongman via a powerslam in 0:19:41 Rating: *** 1/2 [Octagon interfered against Ultimo Guerrero.] Click here to see highlights.
Interview: Gran Hamada brings out La Sombra and Rey Jr. Click here to see highlights.
(Gran Hamada is introduced to the fans as he gets a big ovation)
Hamada takes the mic and says that tonight the fans of Lucha Libre will be in for a treat, because tonight, the past, present, and future will go to war in the middle of the ring.
Hamada tells the fans that his entire career has been dedicated to opening peoples eyes to lucha libre wrestling. Hamada said that his time in this business is almost coming to an end, but it won't end until he becomes the first ever Lucha Libre U.S.A. Heavyweight champion! Hamada says that he knows he will be an underdog going into the tournament, but to win the title and call himself the first ever heavyweight champion would be the icing on the cake of his career.
(Hamada calls out La Sombra and Rey Jr.)
Hamada says that in this ring are three different decades of lucha libre wrestling, and tonight it's time to pass the torch. Tonight, the torch is being passed to La Sombra, because he is the Luchador that will take this style of wresting to the next level in this decade. Tonight in the trio's main event, La Sombra is being honored as TEAM CAPTAIN!
La Sombra says that he will make both Misterio and Hamada proud of him tonight and earn the respect that they have given him! La Sombra says that tonight Averno, Juvy and El Texano will be leave this ring in shame when the technios hands are raised in victory!
No-Countout-No-DQ-Ladder Match: Manabu Nakanishi defeated Marco Corleone in 0:29:17. Rating: **** 1/4
Volador Jr. pinned Super Calo with the Frankensteiner in 0:06:44. Rating: ***
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match With Captain's Rules: Heavy Metal, Octagon and Mr. Aguila beat Rey Bucanero, Mosco De La Merced II and Jerry Estrada 2 falls to 0: x H. Metal beat Bucanero via the Casita in 0:11:51 Rating: ***
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match With Captain's Rules: La Sombra, Rey Misterio Jr. and Gran Hamada beat Averno, Juventud Guerrera and El Texano 3 falls to 1: x J. Guerrera beat Misterio Jr. via the Dragon Suplex in 0:06:32 x Hamada beat Texano via the Swinging DDT in 0:10:25 x La Sombra beat Averno via the Brillante Driver in 0:18:41 Rating: *** 1/2
Card rating: *** 1/2
May 2000 recap: Attendance: 225
Two months away from our biggest show of the year. Lucha Libre U.S.A. will soon crown a World Heavyweight Champion, and the roster is starting to take notice of this historic event!
Our opening bout saw a singles match between Ultimo Guerrero and Jon Anderson start out with a "pose off" that Guerrero demanded! Strongman won the pose down strickly based off the crowd reaction, but thats where the winning ended for Strongman. Octagon tried to get involved as he has a little history with Guerrero dating back to our March event when Octagon teamed with Heavy Metal and Strongman to take on the team of Rey Bucanero, Volador Jr. and Ultimo Guerrero.
Octagon attempted to give Strongman a hand, but cost him a DQ in the first fall. In the second fall Guerrero hit Anderson with a powerslam that wowed the crowd! Ultimo Guerrero claimed that he has the best body in all of Lucha Libre U.S.A. and is fit to be the new World Heavyweight Champion.
This was the first loss for Strongman in any type of match since the debut of the promotion.
Gran Hamada claimed that the most memoriable way to end his career would be to become the first ever L.L. U.S.A. World Heavyweight Champion, but tonight was a night where the torch would be passed to the future of Lucha Libre. Hamada announced that La Sombra would be the team captain in tonights main event as Hamada, Misterio Jr. and La Sombra would face Averno, Juventud Guerrera and EL Texano. Aveno would also be given the roll of team captain for the rudos later tonight in our main event.
Marco Corleone challenged Manabu Nakanishi to a ladder match, with a contract hanging from the ceiling that would grant the winner a spot on the eight man torunament for the title. Marco came to the ring and told the fans that he is the man that Lucha Libre U.S.A. needs to carry this company into the future, and it would be crazy for him not to be in the tournament.
Things didn't quite go Marco's way tonight as Nakanishi came out and got a victory in a wild match! In the end Nakanishi grabbed the contract and crushed Marco's dreams by eliminating him from the eight man tournament!
Volador Jr. picked up a win over the debuting Super Calo tonight. Volador Jr. has been entered into the eight man tournmanet and has been impressive in his last few matches.
In trio's competition Heavy Metal captained a team of Octagon and Mr. Aguila to defeat Rey Bucanero and the debuting Mosca De La Merced II and Lucha Libre legend Jerry Estrada. Rey Bucanero was not happy with Heavy Metal getting the victory over him once again!
Our main event was excellent, and the reason the fans were in attendance, as we made room for the future of Lucha Libre! The trio's main event came down to the young lions as La Sombra scored the third and final pinfall over Averno to lead the team of Hamada, and Rey Misterio Jr. to a victory over their rudo opponents!
Rey Misterio Jr came out to endorse La Sombra as the future of Lucha Libre, and the future of Lucha Libre U.S.A.!
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Two-out-of-three-Falls Match With Captain's Rules: Rey Bucanero, Mosco De La Merced II and Volador Jr. beat Heavy Metal, Super Calo and Mr. Aguila 2 falls to 0: x Bucanero beat H. Metal via the Castigo Bucanero in 0:33:35 Rating: **** 1/4
Interview: Marco Corleone wants a shot to get back in the tournament.
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Gran Hamada beat Jerry Estrada 2 falls to 0: x Hamada beat Estrada via the Swinging DDT in 0:04:08 x Hamada beat Estrada via the Swinging DDT in 0:08:03 Rating: *** 1/2
Jon Anderson defeated El Texano by disqualification in 0:01:12. Rating: ** [Averno interfered against Jon Anderson.]
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: Ultimo Guerrero beat Octagon 2 falls to 0: x U. Guerrero beat Octagon via a stomp in 0:15:35 x U. Guerrero beat Octagon via the Guerrero Special in 0:20:11 Rating: *** 3/4
Two-out-of-three-Falls Match: La Sombra beat Juventud Guerrera 2 falls to 0: x La Sombra beat J. Guerrera via the Brillante Driver in 0:05:50 x La Sombra beat J. Guerrera via the Brillante Driver in 0:11:50 Rating: *** 1/4
Card rating: *** 1/4
June 2000 recap: Attendance: 245
La Sombra had a chance to take the spotlight in our main event and thats exactly what he did as we get ready for next months World Heavyweight Tournament!
We started off the night as Rey Bucanero and Heavy Metal continue their rivalry this time with never members of their trio's. Bucanero replaced Estrada with Volador Jr. and Octagon was replaced with Super Calo from last month. In a shocking turn of events Mr. Aguila turned RUDO and struck Metal in the back of the head with a standing drop kick, allowing Rey Bucanero to get the pinfall victory over team captain Heavy Metal! Super Calo was in shock, but helped roll Metal out of the ring before anymore damage could be done. Aguila embrassed Bucanero, Volador and Merced after the match.
Marco announced that he feels he was robbed in the ladder match last week, and he wanted a second chance to compete in the heavyweight tournament. Nakanishi came out and told Marco that he lost fair and square and should leave the ring. Marco refused to leave until Nakanishi attacked Marco and fought him to the back stage area!
In a battle of Lucha Libre Legends, Gran Hamada defeated Jerry Estrada to earn the number one seed in the eight man tournament next month. Hamada took the mic and said that next month he plans on finish add the Lucha Libre U.S.A. World Heavyweight Title to his list of career accomplishments. Hamada left the ring with the fans chanting his name.
El Texano went one on one with Strongman tonight, which ended in a DQ when Averno came down and attacked Strongman with a chair to the back right in front of referee Charles Robinson. Strongman took Averno by the throat after no-selling the chair shot. Texano took out Strongmans knees and the two stomped on Anderson until Nakanishi came down to clear the ring and make the save. Averno and Texano laughed their way to the locker room.
Ultimo Guerrero took on Octagon after last months incident where Octagon tried to get involved in the Guerrero/Strongman match, which led to Guerrero getting the DQ victory. Tonight Guerrero won the match 2 falls to 0 and continued to claim he has the best body in all of Lucha Libre U.S.A.
Our main event saw the future of Lucha Libre, Luchador La Sombra get a clean 2 falls to 0 victory over Juventud Guerrera, and helped solidify the claim that he is the best young star in the company.
Brackets for the 8 man tournament next month have been released and they are as follows.
[Round 1]: Gran Hamada pinned Mr. Aguila with the Swinging DDT in 0:07:11. Rating: ** 3/4
[Round 1]: Rey Misterio Jr. pinned Heavy Metal with the Super Huracanrana in 0:04:21. Rating: *** 1/4
[Round 1]: Volador Jr. pinned Manabu Nakanishi after a springboard moonsault in 0:10:09. Rating: *** 1/2 [Marco Corleone interfered against Manabu Nakanishi]
[Round 1]: La Sombra pinned Rey Bucanero after a moonsault bodyblock in 0:04:51. Rating: *** 1/4 (Averno no-showed.)
[Semi-Finals]: Gran Hamada pinned Rey Misterio Jr. with the Swinging DDT in 0:04:37. Rating: *** 1/4
[Semi-Finals]: Volador Jr. pinned La Sombra after a flying legdrop in 0:11:15. Rating: *** 3/4
[Finals]: Match for the vacant World Heavyweight Championship: Volador Jr. pinned Gran Hamada after a flying legdrop in 0:06:05. Rating: *** 3/4 (Volador Jr. won the World Heavyweight Championship.)
Card rating: *** 1/2
July recap: Attendance: 350
In front of our largest crowd to date Volador JR. becomes the first ever Lucha Libre U.S.A. World Heavyweight champion, and ends the destiny of Gran Hamada in our tournament finals.
Our opening match saw a very confident Gran Hamada defeat the recent rudo turned, high flying, Mr. Aguila. Hamada hit his swinging DDT to make it to the second round.
Rey Misterio Jr. defeated Heavy Metal in the first round. Both technico's shook hands and Metal wished Jr. luck in the second round.
Volador Jr. defeated Manabu Nakanishi with a little assistance from Marco Corleone. Marco told Nakanishi that if he couldn't win the World Heavyweight title tonight, than neither can he!
In our final first round match La Sombra defeated Rey Bucanero to advance to a match with Volador Jr. in the Semi Finals.
Second round action saw what most figure to be a major upset as Gran Hamada defeated a younger, faster, more athletic Rey Misterio Jr. to make it to the finals. It was a shocking upset, that had the fans in the crowd on their feet. Rey Jr. took the mic and said that if he had to lose a match to anyone on the Lucha Libre U.S.A. roster, it would be to Gran Hamada. Rey Jr. gave Hamada words of encouragement and told him to go complete his destiny!
Volador Jr. pinned La Sombra, who has been on a roll for quite some time. Volado Jr. told everyone that he planned on taking the World Heavyweight title, and he was only one match away.
During the main event El Texano and Averno both tried to interfere in order to guarantee a Volador Jr. victory for the rudos, but La Sombra and Rey Jr. both prevented Texano and Averno from getting to the ring.
With Averno and Texano eliminated from the equasion, all the Technico's on the roster came down to the ring to cheer on Hamada. Nakanishi, Strongman, Rey Jr, Heavy Metal, Octagon, and La Sombra all came to the ring, followed by the rudo's in the locker room including Rey Bucanero, Mr. Aguila, Marco Corleone, Juventud Guerrera, Ultimo Guerrero, and Mosca De La Merced II.
The finish of the match came when Volador Jr. hit Hamada with a flying legdrop to get the victory and become the first ever Lucha Libre World Heavyweight champion. Volador took the mic and screamed that he told everyone that this was what he planned to do! The rudos put Volador Jr. on their shoulders and paraded him around the ring at the dismay of the technicos.
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