El Dandy vs. El Satanico
For his 2014 retirement tour (a retirement that he largely stuck to minus a few sporadic appearances), El Dandy wrestled his career-long adversary in different locations across Mexico. This was the Monterrey portion of the tour. It was also the mat work heavy match of the series (at least based on whats available in full or clip form online). Overall, this is a good maestro match but it is definitely enhanced by nostalgia. There is something special about watching two guys wrestle a good match almost a quarter of a century after they wrestled their most famous matches against one another.
El Hijo del Santo vs. LA Park
Other Recommended; Bloody
The bloodbath to end all bloodbaths. Santo and Park wrestle a violent, heated match where Santo loses an incredible amount of blood. This match is likely not for everyone. The blood loss is extreme and the rudo/tecnico structure is really blurred to the point of almost being non-existent. However, this is not a match where the wrestlers used blood as an excuse not to have an actual match. There is a lot of great wrestling underneath everything else and of course loads of drama.
La Fiera vs. Jerry “Puma” Estrada
Other:Recommended; Bloody; Chain
With the exception of a confusing and unsatisfying finish, this match has everything one could possibly want out of a chain match. After some early match tentativeness, Fiera and Estrada start swinging for the fences and the results is a wild, unpredictable brawl. There are chain shots of course, but also wild chair tosses, legit head butts (including one to the referee!), and plenty of blood. The match is more than a novelty; you could drop this same match into almost any territory in the U.S. in the 1980’s and it would be among the stronger violent gimmick matches in those promotion’s histories. Estrada has never looked so stuff and the amazing consistent La Fiera is once again on his game. To top it all off, the match is more than just brawling and includes a really neat tope while both guys are still chained together. As mentioned, the abrupt and frankly stupid ending is the one major blemish on an otherwise immensely entertaining brawl.