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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of Lucha Underground.
Show Details
Show: Lucha Underground
Date: September 27, 2017
Location: Los Angeles CA
Commentary: Matt Striker & Vampiro
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. Famous B & Dr. Wagner, Jr. def. Texano, Jr.. Famous pinned Texano.

2. Killshot def. Dante Fox, 2 falls to 1.

Detailed Results
Part 1 of Ultima Lucha Tres.

1. Famous B & Dr. Wagner, Jr. vs. Texano, Jr..

Both Famous & Texano are already in the ring. Unsurprisingly, the cowardly agent asked for and got Wagner as his partner, escorted by Nurse Brenda. Famous, of course, got destroyed when he was in there. Texano hit the powerbomb on Wagner, but Famous was legal. Brenda illegally got on the apron, and kissed Texano. Famous with a schoolboy and feet on the ropes. How else could he secure Texano's contract? He can't win a match without cheating.

Winners: Famous B & Dr. Wagner, Jr..

Of course, with Texano now in Impact/GFW, and Wagner unmasked last month at TripleMania 25, this means little in the long term, especially considering the questionable state of LU.

2. Killshot vs. Dante Fox---Hell of War, 2 of 3 falls.

Luckily, we can wipe the stench of the screwjob in the last match with a spectacular match of the year candidate. Yes, this actually took place last year, but will be given consideration since it's airing now.

Round 1 is a 1st blood match. Give Fox credit for some ingenuity here. He sets up 2 chairs and a plate of glass in between. Killshot attempts a superplex, but is sent plunging through the glass. All ref Rick Knox needs see is the blood on Killshot's back, and round 1 goes to Fox.

Fox up, 1-0.

Round 2 is a no-DQ match that picks up where the first fall left off in terms of sheer brutality. This time, it is Fox who juices, as he gets driven through some barbed wire via a running Liger Bomb.

Killshot then follows up with the Storm Cradle Driver (One Winged Angel), and evens the match.

Match even, 1-1.

The final fall is an ambulance match. As the late Gorilla Monsoon often put it, the temple was going bananas. Back & forth they went, and this time, it was Fox going through the glass. He was KO'd upon hitting the floor, and all that was left for Killshot was to hoist his foe over the shoulder and load him into a military ambulance. Game, set, & match.

Winner: Killshot.

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