Here are the results to last night’s episode of Lucha Underground!
Son Of Havoc (w/ Ivelisse) vs. Johnny Mundo
Havoc hasn’t had an easy go of it during his Lucha Underground run, and that continues as he’s stomped in the nuts by Mundo. Havoc battles back with a chop but quickly gets dropkicked and chased to the outside by a Mundo dive.
Havoc knocks Mundo down and hits an impressive flagpole elbow drop. Havoc goes to work on Mundo, concentrating on his neck. Mundo goes for an alley-oop bomb, but Havoc lands on his feet and clocks Mundo.
Mundo drills Havoc with a clothesline for two as the crowd starts to go nuts. Mundo then hits his running knee, but gets kicked by Havoc, who follows up with a flying double stomp and a standing moonsault. Havoc’s bad luck continues as he only gets two.
A Havoc pump kick and back elbow set up a standing star press for two. Havoc goes up top desperately and Mundo misses a Frankensteiner. Catrina is pleading for Havoc to jump, but he waits too long and eats knees on a shooting star press. Starship Pain, fin.
Winner: Johnny Mundo via pinfall (Starship Pain)
King Cuerno attacks Mundo after the match and lays him out.
Here are the results to last night’s episode of Lucha Underground which featured the return of Johnny Mundo (aka John “Morrison” Hennigan)
Earlier in the night inside Dario Cueto’s office, he welcomed back Johnny Mundo and said they’ve both had time to cool off. Mundo said he’s ready for some action. Cueto said he always gives five star main event, then booked him in a match against Cage. Mundo called him a hambone and noted that he tore up the title belt.
Johnny Mundo v. Cage
Mundo delivered some impressive kicks early, but Cage caught him at ringside and tossed him back-first into the ring post. Cage took him back to the ring and threw punches at him. King Cuerno was shown watching from the balcony. The announcers debated what he was doing there, with Vamp questioning whether he has title aspirations of his own.
Mundo dodged a move and then came back with strikes and a spinning wheel kick. Mundo hit the knee to the head and got a two count. Mundo remained on the offensive and scored some near fall. Mundo went for his finisher, but Cage moved and rolled to ringside. Mundo performed a corkscrew dive over the ring post and onto Cage on the floor. Wow. Cuerno came to ringside and attacked Mundo for the DQ.
Cuerno wraped Mundo’s knee around the ring post, then pulled out a chair and hit the knee, which was still up against the post. The broadcast team noted that Cuerno said “the hunt begins again” as he started leaving. Cueto came out and restarted the match. “Is Dario Cueto being a dick?” Vampiro asked about the restart.
Mundo sold the knee and Cage went right after it. Mundo put up a little fight, but Cage applied a modified heel hook. Mundo got free and caught Cage with a kick and then threw punches at him. Mundo performed the Moonlight Drive, but Cage kicked out at two. Mundo set up for his finisher, but Cage cut him off and performed his version of the F5 for a two count. Mundo came back and got a two count of his own, then Cage clotheslined him and performed a Black Widow for the win…
Real Name: John Randall Hennigan WWE Ring Name: John Morrison Birthday: October 3, 1979 (35) Born/Billed: Los Angeles, California Weight/Height: 6'1"/224 LBS Trained: SPW staff, Tough Enough III trainers, and OVW Staff Wrestling Debut: January 27, 2003 WWE Debut: April 2005
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