MAIN EVENT: REY DE REYES CHAMPIONSHIP
Roxi Johnson (c) vs Amy-Jo Smyth
Hammerstein vs Keira Johnson
Honey vs Storm vs Scott Ferguson
Alan Envy vs Wayne Williams
The American Ultras will address their future!
The winner take all contract signing will take place between Diaz and Dragon!
Julliet Brooks confronts Al Thani!
GOL! Rey de Reyes: Roxi Johnson
GOL! Soaring Eagle Champion: Juliet Brooks
GOL! Trios Champions: The Dogs of War
Super Falcon Cup: Amy-Jo Smyth & Honey
The Christmas Brawl: Team Technicos
Gods of War Pandoras Box Holder: Julian Tijerina
La Azteca Rumble: Roxi Johnson
Lucha World Cup: Dogs of War
Hecho En Mexico 2018: 28/1
Chapter Dieciséis: Help is on the way dear! 04/3
El Gran Anniversario II 25/3
Awesome Epic Japanese Kaiju Hour! 29/4
Thundercunt and lightning. Very very frightening 27/5
Shut up and Take My Money! 01/7
Eternal Lucha III 29/7
Post by El Propietario de GOL! on Jan 10, 2016 9:16:09 GMT
OUR LUCHA DE APUESTAS
Máscara contra máscara ("mask versus mask"): two masked luchadores bet their masks, the loser is unmasked by the winner.
Máscara contra cabellera ("mask versus hair"): a masked wrestler and an unmasked one compete, sometimes after the unmasked one has lost his mask to the masked one in a prior bout. If the masked luchador wins, the unmasked one shaves his head as a sign of humiliation. If the unmasked luchador is the winner, he keeps his hair and the loser is unmasked.
Cabellera contra cabellera ("hair versus hair"): the loser of the match has his head shaved bald. This can occur both between unmasked wrestlers and between masked wrestlers who have to remove their mask enough to be shaved after the match.
Máscara o cabellera contra campeonato ("mask or hair versus title"): if the title challenger loses, they are unmasked or shaved. But if the champion loses, the challenger is crowned the new champion.
Máscara o cabellera contra retiro ("mask or hair versus career"): if the masked or haired luchador loses, his opponent wins the mask or hair. But if he wins, his opponent must retire.
Carrera contra carrera ("career versus career"): Loser must retire.