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Match-by-match results and television rating of this edition of Lucha Underground.
Show Details
Show: Lucha Underground
Date: September 6, 2017
Location: Los Angeles, Ca
Commentary: Matt Striker & Vampiro
Reported By: Jacob Gilbert
TV Rating:

Quick Results

1. Drago def. The Mack due to interference from Kobra Moon.

2. Cortez Castro def. Joey Ryan.

3. Matanza Cueto def. the Rabbit Tribe, pinning Saltador.

Detailed Results
Let's just jump right into it.

1. Drago (w/Kobra Moon) vs. The Mack.

An Aztec medallion is on the line in this one. Way too short to suit. Kobra impacts the result of the match, and Mack is screwed again.

Winner: Drago.

Post-match, Drago eats a stunner, but Vibora & Pindar show up, and Mack is beaten down. I guess Mack will find partners to challenge the trios champs.

Dario Cueto announces the following for next week's 100th episode of Lucha Underground:

Matanza vs. Rey Mysterio.
Worldwide Underground vs. Prince Puma and 3 partners to be named.
Pentagon Dark vs. El Dragon Azteca, Jr. for a Aztec medallion.

Mysterio is out next, and Cueto decides to give Rey the night off so he can't interfere in Matanza's match later. If he decides to stay, his & Azteca's matches would be cancelled. Worse, Azteca would be fired. So McMahon-like. Rey takes a hike, but promises to get Cueto. Didn't Johnny Mundo also make that promise before he turned heel?

2. Five-0 Streetfight: Cortez Castro vs. Joey Ryan.

Castro's 1st singles match in LU after three seasons. Ryan, of course, beat Sexy Star last week to reach this point. Billy clubs, nightsticks, and handcuffs abound. Riot police in the house. Matt Striker gets in a Big Boss Man reference. At one point, Ryan collected the riot shields and laid them on the mat, hoping to use them on Castro. Key spot had Castro on the hood of a patrol cruiser. Ryan reaches under the ring, and pulls out a sledgehammer. Cue Striker with the Triple H reference. Castro avoids the hammer, which leaves two big cracks in the windshield. Castro comes back and, with a nod to one of his former running buddies, Low-Ki, hits a running Ki-Crusher on the shields to finish Ryan.

Winner: Cortez Castro.

3. The Rabbit Tribe vs. Matanza Cueto (w/Dario).

Not the squash you'd think. Striker with the drug jokes. The rabbits have a dropkick party in the corner (apologies to the Young Bucks), but a shooting star press, followed by a dog pile press, gets only 2. Second attempt blocked, and Matanza isolates Saltador for Wrath of the Gods.

Winner: Matanza Cueto.

Puma is out, as he was to announce who his partners would be against Worldwide Underground, but before he can, Mundo is out. They reference their past history, as each has beaten the other. What comes out of it is title vs. career, per Dario.

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