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  1. It's a wild, bloody Puerto Rican brawl; what's not to love? Miguelito looks so great here as the worlds most badass/hairiest Freddy Mercury. A guy with great punches, throwing lots of punches is probably the easiest match formula for a good match. He had some fucking crazy "fired up" selling too and I liked how he started bitch slapping his opponent as if he wanted more of a fight. Both guys get thrown over the announce table awkwardly, barfight style, and chairs thrown in their face while security guards anxiously watch for potential knife attackers. Castillo's transition to offense was a little weak but his offense looked plenty violent. I also liked his bloody 1000 yard stare. Some bullshit going on for the finish involving Carlos Colon and some other guy which actually ended up being cool aswell.
  2. This match is so dumb. Essentially it's as generic as a lucha showcase match on Nitro match gets, there are several moments where the bad cooperation is just too obvious (like the Russian Legsweep), no one in the crowd cares and they do nothing to win them over, most of the spots aren't that impressive and those that are (like a Frankensteiner off the guardrail getting countered onto a frenking Powerbomb on the floor) are quickly neutralizied by dumb stuff like following that up with another dive, a DDT and then a no-selling sequence straight out of 2010s indy garbage matches. And the match just has to end on a flash roll up, almost as a plea for everyone to forget it ever took place and just turn over to Raw. **
  3. This is about 8 minutes of a title match on TV. Seems like the start and finish sandwiched between a commercial break. Perez Jr. comes off as your better than average regional babyface. He shows a lot of charisma but is also pretty smooth and proficient with his work. Race comes off as typical Harley here, although I was surprised that he could still move around pretty well at this point of his career. He does hit the piledriver on the floor a little more than 2 minutes into the match but Perez Jr. at least tries to cover it up with some good selling considering the situation. The selling at the finish was goofy as Race gets in a belt shot but Perez Jr. seems fine getting a couple of near falls as soon as they return to the ring. Perez Jr. then misses a dropkick and sells it like he just got hit with the belt again allowing Race to get the win.
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