Treating us to some Lucha action, Team Gringo immediately walked into the ring disrespectfully, brandishing Laredo and Bandido’s masks. Meanwhile, Team Lucha received huge pops, especially Laredo Kid, for his amazing outfit. At first, the two teams were evenly matched with their high flying and energized spots. Bandido excited the crowd with a tribute to the late Eddie Guerrero, followed by some combination suplexes on Arez. ASF was particularly impressive with his speed, fight, and top rope bouncing arm drags on the much larger Gringo Loco. Suddenly, Flamita Demonic broke the rhythm, flipping off the crowd and bait-and-switching a top rope spot. It was hilarious. The match was filled with high-risk top rope dives, head-scissor rotations, flips, everything you’d want out of a fun Lucha match. The three-way Team Bandido superkicks, head-scissor rotations, and dives through the ring fired up the crowd. Team Gringo was similarly impressive, as Gringo and Arez grounded ASF and Loredo with leg submissions, leading to Flamita Demonic leaping onto Bandido’s shoulders, flipping off the crowd, and rolling to a pin. Team Bandido kicked out as the crowd applauded the match’s creativity. A well-earned “This is awesome” chant encircled the ring. Bandido got a massive pop for his tornado DDT on Gringo, leading to stiff back-and-fourth chops between the two. The two teams collided with an insane double-stacked electric chair spot, bringing both teams to the floor with rapturous applause. Of course, the luchadors weren’t done, as they threw their bodies at each other spot after spot.
Gringo Loco punished ASF with a spike piledriver, pinning him for the three counts, landing the win to Team Gringo. The whole fight felt like a character-filled style showcase. Everyone delivered, especially ASF and Flamita Demonic. The audience agreed, throwing dollars into the ring for the wrestlers, as is traditional in Lucha Libra, as a sign of respect for a great match.