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Author: Joey     Date: June 26th, 2015     Filed In: Lucha Underground Results

Sorry for being really late on this guys, been a hectic week! The match is a really good, must watch match! Anyways, here are the results, courtesy of WrestlingInc.com-

Johnny Mundo vs. Prince Puma in an Iron Man Match for the Lucha Underground title

A lock up starts things. Crowd is strongly behind Puma. Mundo’s in control as Puma fights back and tries to go after Mundo’s leg. Enziguri by Mundo. Puma gets kicked and falls out of the ring. Mundo goes for a dive but misses. Puma dominates. We heard for Commercial.

We’re back and Puma is going for the pin. They brawl some more, Puma gets the first pin with a school boy roll up. Mundo is seething. Puma continues on the offense and hits a standing moonsault for a 2 count. Puma goes on top but Mundo counters with a dropkick. Puma hits a running cutter but Mundo uses the ropes to get his pin. It’s allowed because of the No DQ rules. It is now 1-1.

Both men rest for a few seconds then face off again. Mundo then goes viciously after Puma in an attempt to dominate him. Both men fight in the corner. A stunning hurricanrana by Puma. Both guys are out of the ring now. Mundo grabs a chair and a toolbox from under the ring. He tries to powerbomb Puma on the box but Puma counters and slams Mundo off of the box instead. Mundo grabs a crowbar and hits multiple shots to Puma. Mundo throws him in the ring for the three count. He hits the moonlight drive for another pin. Mundo continues to brutalize him and Puma can hardly stand without help. He hits the end of the world or another pin. It’s now 4-1. Striker mentions the dangerous of concussions to the audience. Puma has a break for a few seconds and hits DDT but Mundo gets to the ropes. Mundo is back on the offense and he hits a vicious neckbreaker on Puma as as we head to break. Man, Puma is getting absolutely brutalized here.

We come back and Mundo is grabbing the ladder. He hits Puma on the head with it. Mundo sets up the ladder near the balcony. Mundo gets up on the ladder for a dive but Puma interrupts him and slams him onto the floor. The two men then fight in the crowd. Puma gets back over the rail and grabs the tables and starts piling them up. He stacks up 4 tables in all and goes to suplex Mundo through them but Mundo escapes and kicks Puma to the ground. Mundo gets back on the ladder and grabs the mic. He reminds everyone how far ahead he is. He tells the band to play some music while he drinks water and chills out for the next 13 minutes.

Puma gets up, hits Mundo with a 2×4. Then he grabs a guitar from the band and hits Mundo with that too. Jeff Jarrett should due for gimmick infringement. The fans go nuts. Puma spears Mundo through the tables. Puma eventually manages to throw Mundo in the ring and gets a three count, closing the gap. Mundo gets up and fights back. Puma hits a driver for another two count. The score is 4-3. Mundo tries to leave, seemingly trying to fight the clock. Puma chases him all over the place.

Alberto interrupts the match and attacks Mundo, throwing him into the announcing table and on the steps. He says his issues with Mundo aren’t over yet. He throws him back into the ring and Puma hits a cradle shock for the one-two-three. Alberto gets on the mic and says he’ll fight both Mundo and Puma in the future.

Mundo and Puma get back to their feet and exchange moves. There’s a rush of pin attempts but neither man gets the three count. With only a few seconds to go, Puma hits a dropkick and nails his finisher for the pin. He wins and is still champion. Superb match and one people should go out of their way to see.

Winner: Puma

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