Lucha Underground on El Rey Results
November 26, 2014
Boyle Heights, California
Commentators: Matt Striker, Vampiro
Recap by: Jason Namako of Wrestleview.com
We see video highlighting what took place on last week’s show with Drago & King Cuerno, Chavo Guerrero, Johnny Mundo, Prince Puma, The Crenshaw Crew, Big Ryck and Dario Cueto.
We go into Dario Cueto’s office where Konnan is speaking with him.
Konnan says that Prince Puma wanted to come in here personally to pay you a visit, but I put a leash on that cat because if he would have come in here instead of me, he would have cracked your skull wide open.
Cueto asks Konnan if he supposes I offer you thanks, then offers Konnan a drink.
Konnan declines, saying he doesn’t drink with people who attack Puma from behind.
Cueto says he is not perfect, but he is only one man, there is only so much he can do. Besides, those guys don’t respond to me, they respond to Big Ryck, I don’t have anything against Prince Puma.
Konnan says that if that is the case, you wouldn’t have a problem putting a match together between Big Ryck and Puma and we can handle that tonight.
Cueto asks Konnan what does he have in mind.
Konnan says a Boyle Heights style match. Do you know what that is? Its not a wrestling match, its a street fight, anything goes.
Cueto says he can drink to that.
Cueto goes to take a sip of his drink, but Konnan cuts him off and says that on second thought, I will take a drink and he takes Cueto’s glass from him and takes a drink. Konnan says that is good, thanks Cueto and leaves.
We go inside the Temple for our opening match.
“The Man of a Thousand Deaths” Mil Muertes w/Catrina vs. Drago
Crowd chants for Drago as the bell sounds. Muertes attacks Drago from behind as the bell sounds and stomps away at him. Big chop by Muertes, but misses a clothesline. Drago with a Tiger flip, blocks a couple shots by Muertes, avoids a corner charge, then hits a springboard corkscrew body press to Muertes for a 1 count. Lucha bump by Drago, but Muertes comes back with a big right hand, followed by a snap slam. Muertes unloads with right hands from the mount on Drago. Drago sent outside by Muertes. Muertes goes out after Drago as we see King Cuerno watching from the balcony. Muertes sends Drago face-first off the announce table, then into the barricade. Back in, Muertes distracts the ref, allowing Catrina to hot-shot Drago across the middle rope. Muertes with a running powerslam to Drago for a nearfall. Crowd wills on Drago. Another big right hand by Muertes, followed by a running shoulder to the ribs. Muertes runs into a superkick by Drago in the corner. Drago fights back with right hands and leg kicks, followed by a leg sweep for a nearfall. Another lucha bump by Drago, followed by a springboard Tornado DDT for a nearfall. Drago heads up top and leaps off, but Muertes catches him in mid-air with a Spear!
Muertes takes Drago straight to hell for the win.
Winner: “The Man of a Thousand Deaths” Mil Muertes by pinfall (Straight to Hell)
Afterwards, Catrina gives Drago the lick of death and wipes the dirt off her shoes on him. Muertes & Catrina celebrate his win and leave as Cuerno continues to watch on from the balcony.
We then see Cuerno make his way down the stairs and to the ring. Cuerno grabs Drago, then lifts him up and nails him with a Death Valley Bomb. Cuerno slithers out of the ring and stares down a fallen Drago as he leaves.
Back from commercial, we see a vignette on Johnny Mundo.
We go backstage as Dario Cueto runs into Mil Muertes and Catrina. Cueto says that was a fantastic victory Muertes had tonight.
Catrina says that we know the darkness Cueto is trying to hide. Mil Muertes learned long ago, you can’t keep darkness locked away forever.
Cueto walks off.
Son of Havoc w/”The Huntress” Ivelisse vs. Mascarita Sagrada
Sagrada with a spinning headscissors early. Wheelbarrow arm drag by Sagrada, followed by a springboard armdrag that sends Havoc to the outside. Sagrada feigns a dive as Ivelisse calms down Havoc and gives him instructions. Back in, Havoc goozles Sagrada, but Sagrada turns it into a wheelbarrow victory roll for a nearfall. Sagrada off the ropes, but Ivelisse trips him up. Havoc then hits Sagrada with a flapjack. Havoc stands on Sagrada’s throat, then places him up top and gorilla presses Sagrada down, followed by a standing moonsault. Havoc taunts the crowd, but does not go for a cover. Havoc continues to work over Sagrada as we see an unknown woman watching from the balcony. Sagrada leaps off the middle rope, but Havoc catches him with a big boot for a nearfall. Havoc sends Sagrada to the outside, where Ivelisse nails him with a boot to the head. Havoc puts his foot on Sagrada’s chest for a nearfall. Havoc misses a boot and a clothesline, then Sagrada wipes out Ivelisse on the outside with a tope con hijo! Sagrada with a shoulder to the ribs from the apron, followed by a hot-shot. Sagrada scares off Ivelisse, chasing her around the ring. Havoc goes outside to console Ivelisse, but that allows Sagrada to head up top and wipe out Havoc with a crossbody!
Back in, Havoc misses a clothesline, then Sagrada with a tilt-a-whirl into another victory roll for the win.
Winner: Mascarita Sagrada by pinfall (Tilt-a-Whirl Victory Roll)
Sagrada celebrates his win afterward while Ivelisse & Havoc complain about the loss.
Intergender Grudge Match: Sexy Star vs. “The Mexican Warrior” Chavo Guerrero
Star shoves Chavo, then Chavo piefaces her. Star with a shoulder tackle, but Chavo does not go down, then pulls Star down by the hair. Chavo stands on Star’s throat, then rakes her face against the turnbuckles. Chavo kisses Star, then Star slaps him. Star avoids a corner charge, Chavo misses a clothesline and Star nails him with a running rana, sending Chavo to the outside. Star grabs a chair and goes to hit Chavo with it, but the ref stops her.
Star then hits the ref with a kick down low, forcing the ref to call for the bell.
Winner: “The Mexican Warrior” Chavo Guerrero by DQ
Afterwards, Chavo begs off, but then Pentagon Jr. runs in and takes the chair away from Star. Pentagon nods at Chavo, then Chavo grabs Star and looks to hold her for Pentagon to hit her with the chair, but then Fenix runs in and lays out Pentagon with a springboard one-legged kick, kicking the chair back in Pentagon’s face. Fenix with a windmill kick to Chavo, then he alley-oops Star into a rana on Pentagon, sending them fleeing from the ring. Fenix with a fake move to scare Chavo & Pentagon off. Fenix raises Star’s hand as they stand tall in the ring.
Main Event in a Boyle Heights Street Fight: Big Ryck w/The Crenshaw Crew vs. “The Future of Flight” Prince Puma
Crowd chants for Puma as the bell sounds. The two stare each other down, then Ryck goozles Puma. Puma fights back with right hands, but Ryck with a knee to the ribs. Ryck with a forearm, but Puma fights back with kicks. Ryck then chokes Puma in the ropes with his knee and mocks the crowd’s chants for Puma. Another forearm by Ryck in the corner, then sends Puma bouncing off the turnbuckles. Puma fights back again with kicks, but Ryck brings him out of the ropes the hard way. Puma avoids a corner charge with a kick to the knee, sending Ryck face-first off the middle turnbuckle. Crenshaw Crew come in, but Puma with a shot to Cisco, then a springboard arm drag and a running rana to Castro. Ryck catches Puma from out of the corner, but Puma counters a slam with a tilt-a-whirl DDT, sending Ryck to the outside. Puma with a head of steam and wipes out Ryck and the Crenshaw Crew with a Space Flying Tiger Drop! Back in, Ryck & the Crenshaw Crew corner Puma and the distraction by the Crenshaw Crew allows Ryck to nail Puma with a clothesline. Series of elbow drops by Ryck, followed by right hands from the mount. Back elbow by Ryck, then he rakes his boot against Puma’s face. Puma fights back, but Ryck with another knee to the ribs. Soccer kick to the back by Ryck, then he chokes Puma with his boot in the corner. Cisco throws in a trash can to Ryck, who wedges it in the corner. Ryck sends Puma into the wedged trash can in the corner. Cisco throws in a chair as Ryck gorilla presses Puma and snake eyes him onto the trash can! Crenshaw Crew come in as Ryck sets up the open chair. Ryck takes a seat as the Crenshaw Crew work over Puma, hitting him with a double flapjack. Ryck paintbrushes Puma in the back of the head, but Puma slips out of a double back suplex by the Crenshaw Crew and hits them with a DDT/Flatliner combo, then knocks Ryck out of the chair with a running dropkick! Puma avoids a kendo stick shot by Castro and nails him with a head kick. Puma grabs the kendo stick and nails Cisco in the ribs with it, followed by a kendo stick assisted backstabber. Puma nails Ryck across the back with the kendo stick, but it has little effect on him. Ryck blocks another kendo stick shot and nails Puma with a short-arm forearm. Crenshaw Crew bring a ladder into the ring and set it up in the corner. Ryck sends Puma into the ladder, then the Crenshaw Crew continue to stomp away at Puma. Ryck brings a table into the ring, then grabs the kendo stick as the Crenshaw Crew places Puma in the Tree of Woe across the ladder. Puma has nowhere to go as the Crenshaw Crew hold his arms. All of a sudden, we see Johnny Mundo leap from out of the balcony into the ring. Mundo avoids a kendo stick shot by Ryck and nails him with the Flying Chuck! Enziguri by Mundo knocks Cisco off the apron, then a running basement knee strike to Castro. Mundo releases Puma from the ladder, then throws it down on top of the Crenshaw Crew! Ryck has the kendo stick again, but Mundo takes him down and unloads with right hands from the mount. Mundo grabs the chair and goes to nail Ryck with it, but Ryck ducks and Mundo accidentally hits Puma with the chair! Crenshaw Crew then lay out Mundo with the 3-D style Codebreaker!
Book of Ryck by Ryck to Puma through the table for the win.
Winner: Big Ryck by pinfall (The Book of Ryck)
Ryck & The Crenshaw Crew stand tall afterwards and celebrate their win while Mundo checks on the fallen Puma as the show closes.
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