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2020.09.28 05:54 MexicanGuy91 Resumen Leones Negros vs Pumas Tabasco Liga de Expansión

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2020.09.12 22:54 goodgodgetmeout Test-8

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Wrestler Average Total Rating of Top 10 Rated Matches Total Amount of Votes for Top 10 Rated Matches Amount of Votes Top 10 Rated Matches have received in 2020 Amount of Votes for Matches in the Top 10 that happened in 2020 Least Rated Match in the Top 10 Highest Rated Match
1. [20] Chris Hero - Freelancer 9.242 584 74 0 23 votes - 2007/10/27, vs. Ares [9.25, #5] [9.56] 2009/09/04, vs. Bryan Danielson - 90 votes.
2. [27] Kento Miyahara - AJPW 9.157 729 146 75 [1] 52 votes - 2017/10/09, vs. Suwama [9.26, #2] [9.41] 2019/09/03, vs. Naoya Nomura - 79 votes.
3. [29] Jun Akiyama - DDT 9.115 572 112 0 18 votes - 1998/01/26, vs. Mitsuharu Misawa [8.74, #9] [9.47] 2000/02/27, vs. Mitsuharu Misawa - 61 vote.
4. [31] Naomichi Marufuji - NOAH 9.084 821 120 0 35 votes - 2006/01/22, vs. KENTA [9.06, #5] [9.60] 2006/10/29, vs. KENTA - 172 votes.
5. [38] Michael Elgin - Freelancer 9.019 1137 97 0 37 votes - 2017/05/06, vs. Zack Sabre Jr. [8.82, #9] [9.34] 2017/07/22, vs. Kazuchika Okada - 180 votes.
6. [46] Austin Aries - Freelancer 8.942 450 72 0 14 votes - 2005/05/14, vs. Bryan Danielson [8.60, #10] [9.61] 2007/12/29, vs. Nigel McGuinness - 106 votes.
7. [50] Meiko Satomura - Sendai Girls 8.888 389 105 49 [1] 8 votes - 2014/07/10, vs. Io Shirai [8.44, #10] [9.27] 2015/06/14, vs. Kairi Hojo - 63 votes.
8. [51] Marty Scurll - ROH 8.885 814 91 0 19 votes - 2016/04/22, vs. Will Ospreay [8.60, #8] [9.36] 2018/04/01, vs. Will Ospreay - 247 votes.
9. [52] Mayu Iwatani, Yurei - STARDOM 8.867 559 340 207 [3] 11 votes - 2018/08/12, vs. Kagetsu [8.50, #10] [9.40] 2016/12/22, vs. Io Shirai - 115 votes.
10. [53] Daisuke Sekimoto - BJW 8.865 380 65 0 21 votes - 2011/01/15, vs. Big Van Walter [8.55, #8] [9.38] 2012/03/03, vs. Big Van Walter - 44 votes.
11. [55] Katsuhiko Nakajima - NOAH 8.854 444 50 0 12 votes - 2013/10/05, vs. KENTA [8.62, #9] [9.22] 2009/02/11, vs. KENTA - 31 vote.
12. [57] Shuji Ishikawa - AJPW 8.829 462 47 0 19 votes - 2013/06/30, vs. Masashi Takeda [8.80, #5] [9.31] 2015/03/31, vs. Daisuke Sekimoto - 35 votes.
13. [58] Go Shiozaki - NOAH 8.825 456 245 203 [3] 21 vote - 2008/02/23, vs. Austin Aries [8.59, #7] [9.21] 2007/07/16, vs. Bryan Danielson - 37 votes.
14. [60] Takashi Sugiura - NOAH 8.806 413 59 0 21 vote - 2019/09/15, vs. Go Shiozaki [8.59, #7] [9.31] 2015/09/19, vs. Minoru Suzuki - 70 votes.
15. [65] David Starr - [?] 8.759 484 117 0 11 votes - 2016/04/09, vs. Jonathan Gresham [8.58, #6] [9.49] 2019/10/26, vs. Jordan Devlin - 129 votes.
16. [66] Suwama - AJPW 8.758 443 145 113 [2] 15 votes - 2013/07/14, vs. Go Shiozaki [8.44, #7] [9.28] 2017/10/09, vs. Kento Miyahara - 53 votes.
17. [73] Yuji Okabayashi - BJW 8.680 449 63 17 [1] 17 votes - 2020/05/23, vs. Tank Nagai [8.00, #10] [9.31] 2019/07/21, vs. Takuya Nomura - 57 votes.
18. [78] Masato Tanaka - ZERO1, Freelancer 8.661 608 258 165 [3] 26 votes - 2019/12/15, vs. HARASHIMA [8.26, #10] [9.11] 2020/06/07, vs. Tetsuya Endo - 75 votes.
19. [79] Masashi Takeda - BJW 8.660 427 58 0 11 votes - 2018/09/08, vs. Alex Colon [8.08, #9] [9.42] 2018/06/20, vs. Isami Kodaka - 96 votes.
20. [82] Zeus - AJPW 8.650 472 80 37 [1] 22 votes - 2018/09/17, vs. Naoya Nomura [8.26, #7] [9.21] 2020/10/05, vs. Kento Miyahara - 37 votes.
21. [83] Aja Kong - OZ Academy, Freelancer 8.649 301 69 0 10 votes - 2000/02/13, vs. KAORU [8.55, #6] [9.54] 1994/11/20, vs. Manami Toyota - 113 votes.
22. [87] Low Ki, Kaval - MLW 8.627 445 76 0 12 votes - 2007/04/08, vs. Samoa Joe [8.54, #7] [9.54] 2005/12/17, vs. KENTA - 126 votes.
23. [90] Kenoh - NOAH 8.580 442 164 120 [2] 25 votes - 2018/03/11, vs. Takashi Sugiura [8.42, #8] [9.10] 2020/08/10, vs. Go Shiozaki - 71 vote.
24. [94] Kairi Sane, Kairi Hojo, Doku - [?] 8.544 544 71 0 6 votes - 2017/03/26, vs. Konami [8.14, #8] [9.27] 2015/06/14, vs. Meiko Satomura - 63 votes.
25. [96] Mike Bailey - Freelancer 8.513 381 106 52 [1] 15 votes - 2019/11/30, vs. David Starr [8.31, #9] [9.18] 2015/06/26, vs. Roderick Strong - 48 votes.
26. [98] Sami Callihan - IMPACT 8.489 451 116 67 [1] 7 votes - 2016/07/23, vs. Pentagon Jr. [8.29, #9] [8.86] 2018/17/22, vs. Pentagon Jr. - 118 votes.
27. [106] Konosuke Takeshita - DDT 8.386 379 75 31 [1] 12 votes - 2017/07/23, vs. Keisuke Ishii [8.00, #8] [9.36] 2019/07/25, vs. Tetsuya Endo - 110 votes.
28. [107] Jay Lethal - ROH 8.371 386 31 0 15 votes - 2013/03/02, vs. Kevin Steen [8.12, #9] [8.85] 2015/12/18, vs. AJ Styles - 60 votes.
29. [108] HARASHIMA - DDT 8.364 310 90 49 [1] 16 votes - 2015/10/25, vs. Yukio Sakaguchi [8.59, #3] [9.13] 2019/11/03, vs. Konosuke Takeshita - 60 votes.
30. [109] Masaaki Mochizuki - Dragongate 8.357 280 44 0 9 votes - 2018/03/04, vs. Ben-K [7.70, #10] [9.12] vs. 2015/11/01, vs. Shingo Takagi - 67 votes.
31. [120] Kaito Kiyomiya - NOAH 8.314 509 140 86 [1] 15 votes - 2018/11/25, vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima [7.62, #9] [9.19] 2019/06/09, vs. Takashi Sugiura - 68 votes.
32. [125] Momo Watanabe - STARDOM 8.297 453 137 60 [1] 24 votes - 2019/09/07, vs. AZM [7.60, #10] [8.99] 2019/03/03, vs. Jungle Kyona - 85 votes.
33. [128] Keiji Muto, Great Muta - Freelancer 8.264 340 75 0 19 votes - 2008/04/27, vs. Shinsuke Nakamura [7.85, #8] [9.04] 2001/06/08, vs. Genichiro Tenryu - 53 votes.
34. [131] El Barbaro Cavernario - CMLL 8.243 243 21 0 8 votes - 2016/03/28, vs. Mascara Dorada [7.89, #9] [8.89] 2018/06/29, vs. King Phoenix - 45 votes.
35. [132] Jake Lee - AJPW 8.223 394 127 89 [1] 21 vote - 2018/09/22, vs. Kento Miyahara [8.18, #6] [9.04] 2019/04/29, vs. Kento Miyahara - 69 votes.
36. [137] Eddie Edwards - IMPACT 8.171 252 23 0 6 votes - 2011/05/07, vs. Chris Hero [8.00, #6] [9.13] 2011/06/26, vs. Davey Richards - 70 votes.
37. [138] YAMATO - Dragongate 8.170 243 35 0 8 votes - 2018/06/01, vs. Naruki Doi [7.89, #7] [9.13] 2016/07/24, vs. Shingo Takagi - 77 votes.
38. [140] BxB Hulk - Dragongate 8.164 250 52 0 8 votes - 2015/02/05, vs. Jimmy Susumu [7.44, #9] [9.02] 2010/07/11, vs. Shingo Takagi - 45 votes.
39. [142] Arisa Nakajima - SEAdLINNNG, Freelancer 8.155 238 130 86 [3] 8 votes - 2018/11/01, vs. Nanae Takahashi [8.00, #6] [8.90] 2019/11/02, vs. Nanae Takahashi - 48 votes.
40. [144] Jungle Kyona - STARDOM 8.153 381 166 105 [3] 13 votes - 2017/02/23 vs. Kairi Hojo [8.79, #4] [9.15] 2019/08/10, vs. Arisa Hoshiki - 66 votes.
41. [145] Homicide - Freelancer 8.152 157 25 0 8 votes - 2004/05/22, vs. Samoa Joe [7.78, #7] [8.86] 2006/12/23, vs. Bryan Danielson - 36 votes.
42. [146] Mil Muertes, El Mesias - Freelancer 8.144 505 39 0 7 votes - 2011/06/18, vs. LA Park [7.75, #7] [9.16] 2015/01/25, vs. Fenix - 134 votes.
43. [147] Tetsuya Endo - DDT 8.137 359 180 140 [4] 15 votes - 2019/10/27 vs. Jiro Kuroshio [7.12, #10] [9.36] 2019/07/15, vs. Konosuke Takeshita - 110 votes.
44. [150] Rob Van Dam - IMPACT 8.118 477 95 0 23 votes - 2010/08/09, vs. Abyss [7.92, #8] [8.63] 1999/05/16, vs. Jerry Lynn - 63 votes.
45. [152] Koji Kanemoto - Freelancer 8.112 258 54 0 8 votes - 1995/09/25, vs. Wild Pegasus [7.44, #8] [9.32] 1997/06/05, vs. El Samurai - 62 votes.
46. [154] Naruki Doi - Dragongate 8.106 316 144 109 [4] 8 votes - 2018/06/01, vs. YAMATO [7.89, #7] [9.37] 2009/06/09, vs. Bryan Danielson - 98 votes.
47. [156] Jay Briscoe - ROH 8.061 272 39 0 15 votes - 2003/12/27 vs. Bryan Danielson [7.31, #10] [8.79] 2007/03/04, vs. Mark Briscoe - 28 votes.
48. [164] Bandido - ROH 7.959 376 123 52 [1] 5 votes - 2019/03/11, vs. Flamita [7.33, #10] [8.86] 2019/05/23, vs. Will Ospreay - 120 votes.
49. [167] Travis Banks - [?] 7.910 248 68 33 [1] 5 votes - 2017/04/15, vs. Mark Haskins [7.33, #8] [8.80] 2017/05/29, vs. Tyler Bate - 45 votes.
50. [168] Ultimo Dragon - Dragongate 7.903 336 65 0 8 votes - 1990/06/07, vs. Negro Casas [7.44, #9] [8.90] 1996/08/04, vs. Shinjiro Otani - 41 vote.
51. [170] Karl Anderson - IMPACT 7.894 359 48 0 19 votes - 2013/08/11 vs. Tetsuya Naito [7.40, #10] [9.03] 2013/02/10, vs. Hiroshi Tanahashi - 75 votes.
52. [171] Isami Kodaka - BASARA 7.888 245 29 0 5 votes - 2014/10/26, vs. HARASHIMA [7.00, #10] [9.42] 2018/06/20, vs. Masashi Takeda - 96 votes.
53. [172] Daisuke Harada - NOAH 7.884 255 87 75 [2] 7 votes - 2014/11/04, vs. Zack Sabre Jr. [7.50, #9] [8.45] 2018/12/16, vs. Kotaro Suzuki - 28 votes.
54. [173] Jonathan Gresham - ROH 7.883 260 44 7 [1] 5 votes - 2013/10/05, vs. John Klinger [7.50, #9] [8.58] 2016/04/09, vs. David Starr - 11 votes.
55. [175] Kotaro Suzuki - NOAH 7.880 186 12 0 7 votes - 2009/10/15, vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima [8.12, #4] [8.73] 2011/03/05, vs. Katsuhiko Nakajima - 21 vote.
56. [176] Volador Jr. - CMLL 7.872 186 17 0 9 votes - 2016/10/07, vs. El Barbaro Cavernario [8.00, #4] [8.48] 2016/09/30, vs. El Barbaro Cavernario - 24 votes.
57. [181] Lio Rush - Freelancer 7.850 448 51 0 6 votes - 2016/09/10, vs. Joey Janela [8.14, #3] [8.27] 2019/12/11, vs. Angel Garza - 99 votes.
58. [183] Matt Sydal, Evan Bourne - Freelancer 7.834 348 36 0 15 votes - 2004/04/10, vs. AJ Styles [7.81, #4] [8.91] 2015/06/14, vs. Will Ospreay - 42 votes.
59. [185] Chihiro Hashimoto - Sendai Girls 7.816 217 33 0 13 votes - 2019/07/07, vs. Yoshiko [7.86, #4] [9.23] 2019/06/08, vs. Sareee - 61 votes.
60. [190] Hideki Suzuki - BJW 7.786 316 72 50 [1] 5 votes - 2018/05/05, vs. Daisuke Sekimoto [7.00, #10] [8.71] 2017/05/05, vs. Yuji Okabayashi - 48 votes.
61. [192] Alex Shelley - Freelancer 7.783 203 31 0 7 votes - 2009/07/31, vs. Scott Lost [7.25, #9] [8.50] 2008/12/20, vs. Doug Williams - 11 votes.
62. [193] Masato Yoshino - Dragongate 7.780 204 22 0 7 votes - 2018/06/09, vs. YAMATO [7.75, #6] [8.36] 2018/12/04, vs. PAC - 32 votes.
63. [196] Nick Gage - Freelancer, GCW 7.772 150 73 41 [1] 5 votes - 2017/09/16, vs. Ciclope [6.83, #10] [9.25] 2017/12/16, vs. Matt Tremont - 19 votes.
64. [197] Naoya Nomura - AJPW 7.762 348 66 29 [1] 15 votes - 2018/04/08, vs. Kento Miyahara [6.50, #9] [9.43] 2019/09/03, vs. Kento Miyahara - 79 votes.
65. [198] Shinjiro Otani - ZERO1 7.754 225 44 0 9 votes - 2019/03/03, vs. Kohei Sato [6.90, #10] [8.90] 1996/08/04, vs. Ultimo Dragon - 41 vote.
66. [204] Ben-K - Dragongate 7.707 215 51 0 5 votes - 2018/05/19, vs. Kzy [7.67, #7] [8.39] 2019/10/08, vs. Masaaki Mochizuki - 30 votes.
67. [207] Tam Nakano - STARDOM 7.685 309 184 140 [6] 6 votes - 2020/01/19, vs. Kagetsu [6.71, #9] [9.12] 2019/06/16, vs. Arisa Hoshiki - 73 votes.
68. [208] Mark Haskins - ROH 7.679 154 40 0 5 votes - 2017/04/15, vs. Travis Banks [7.33, #8] [8.42] 2016/02/14, vs. Marty Scurll - 18 votes.
69. [212] Shotaro Ashino - Freelancer, AJPW 7.653 204 93 80 [4] 5 votes - 2017/11/05, vs. Kumagoro [6.67, #8] [8.82] 2018/03/14, vs. Manabu Soya - 21 vote.
70. [213] ACH - Freelancer 7.649 300 35 0 6 votes - 2018/11/24, vs. Trevor Lee [7.43, #7] [9.23] 2013/08/31, vs. Kyle O'Reilly - 47 votes.
71. [214] Jimmy Jacobs - IMPACT, Freelancer 7.644 149 23 0 6 votes - 2006/11/25, vs. BJ Whitmer [6.86, #9] [9.03] 2007/03/31, vs. BJ Whitmer - 31 votes.
72. [215] Yuji Hino - ZERO1 7.635 196 76 63 [2] 7 votes - 2012/06/24, vs. Kota Ibushi [7.38, #6] [8.56] 2019/09/14, vs. Daisuke Sekimoto - 24 votes.
73. [220] Tessa Blanchard - Freelancer 7.595 312 104 72 [2] 5 votes - 2018/02/27, vs. Brian Cage [8.00, #4] [8.56] 2018/10/19, vs. Mercedes Martinez - 15 votes.
74. [223] Bobby Gunns - Freelancer, wXw 7.577 152 42 25 [1] 6 votes - 2019/11/29, vs. Alexander Wolfe [6.86, #9] [8.85] 2019/10/05, vs. Timothy Thatcher - 25 votes.
75. [225] Ryuji Ito - BJW 7.564 154 15 0 6 votes - 2010/07/30, vs. Masashi Takeda [7.43, #6] [8.72] 2009/11/20, vs. Jun Kasai - 49 votes.
76. [227] Shigehiro Irie - Freelancer 7.539 159 37 27 [1] 9 votes - 2015/05/17, vs. Akito [8.30, #9] [8.76] 2016/12/25, vs. HARASHIMA - 24 votes.
77. [228] The Great Sasuke - Michnoku Pro 7.521 403 81 0 6 votes - 1999/02/07, vs. Magnum Tokyo [6.86, #7] [9.38] 1994/04/16, vs. Wild Pegasus - 127 votes.
78. [230] Psicosis - Freelancer 7.511 365 59 0 6 votes - 2000/08/27, vs. Yoshihiro Tajiri [6.86, #7] [8.91] 1996/07/07, vs. Rey Mysterio Jr. - 108 votes.
79. [231] Matt Tremont - Freelancer 7.511 112 34 0 5 votes - 2015/03/14, vs. Stockade [6.33, #9] [9.25] 2017/12/16, vs. Nick Gage - 19 votes.
80. [235] Chris Sabin - Freelancer 7.492 302 47 0 8 votes - 2008/12/20, vs. Leon van Gasteren [7.33, #8] [8.43] 2009/01/11, vs. Alex Shelley - 66 votes.
81. [242] Chris Dickinson - Freelancer 7.458 177 101 82 [4] 10 votes - 2019/07/24, vs. Timothy Thatcher [7.00, #8] [8.18] 2019/07/28, vs. Daisuke Sekimoto - 32 votes.
82. [243] Daniel Makabe - Freelancer 7.453 118 55 24 [2] 8 votes - 2020/10/09, vs. Lee Moriarty [7.00, #10] [7.80] 2018/07/13, vs. Timothy Thatcher - 9 votes.
83. [244] Davey Boy Smith Jr., David Hart Smith - Freelancer 7.449 309 39 0 8 votes - 2012/01/28, vs. Davey Richards [7.44, #6] [8.06] 2013/04/07, vs. Shinsuke Nakamura - 51 vote.
84. [245] Susumu Yokosuka, Jimmy Susumu - Dragongate 7.446 208 116 105 [3] 6 votes - 2006/04/23, vs. Ryo Saito [7.29, #6] [8.23] 2020/03/01, vs. Naruki Doi - 30 votes.
85. [247] Shuji Kondo - Freelancer, Dragongate 7.433 126 15 0 5 votes - 2013/01/02, vs. Hiroshi Yamato [6.00, #10] [8.90] 2019/05/03, vs. T-Hawk - 28 votes.
86. [248] Giulia - STARDOM 7.429 249 219 191 [7] 8 votes - 2020/09/05, vs. Saya Kamitani [6.33, #10] [8.42] 2020/10/03, vs. Tam Nakano - 37 votes.
87. [250] Kazusada Higuchi - DDT 7.419 156 38 27 [1] 5 votes - 2018/12/07 vs. HARASHIMA [6.83, #9] [8.71] 2016/09/25, vs. Shuji Ishikawa - 30 votes.
88. [251] AR Fox - Freelancer 7.417 231 48 8 [1] 5 votes - 2018/02/17, vs. Keith Lee [7.00, #8] [9.47] 2016/06/25, vs. Killshot - 115 votes.
89. [258] TJ Perkins, TJP - Freelancer 7.354 358 75 33 [2] 6 votes - 2016/09/11, vs. Matt Riddle [6.57, #8] [9.20] 2016/09/14, vs. Kota Ibushi - 141 vote.
90. [263] Minoru Tanaka - Freelancer 7.281 150 35 27 [1] 5 votes - 2007/10/08, vs. Ryusuke Taguchi [6.33, #10] [8.22] 2017/12/23, vs. Daisuke Harada - 35 votes.
91. [264] T-Hawk - OWE, Freelancer 7.276 216 92 74 [4] 5 votes - 2020/08/08, vs. Kazuki Hirata [5.50, #10] [8.90] 2019/05/03, vs. Shuji Kondo - 28 votes.
92. [265] Tony Deppen - Freelancer 7.268 112 60 22 [2] 6 votes - 2020/07/26, vs. Lee Moriarty [6.57, #9] [8.33] 2019/09/30, vs. David Starr - 23 votes.
93. [266] TAJIRI - Freelancer, AJPW 7.257 280 54 0 6 votes - 1999/01/16, vs. Super Crazy [6.57, #10] [8.58] 2000/01/15, vs. Super Crazy - 25 votes.
94. [267] Utami Hayashishita - STARDOM 7.240 208 100 66 [4] 5 votes - 2019/01/03, vs. Starlight Kid [6.50, #10] [8.25] 2019/08/24, vs. Mayu Iwatani - 27 votes.
95. [268] Konami - STARDOM 7.233 203 118 66 [4] 6 votes - 2017/03/26, vs. Kairi Hojo [8.14, #2] [8.23] 2019/12/24, vs. Konami - 39 votes.
96. [270] Bea Priestley - STARDOM 7.220 235 143 89 [3] 13 votes - 2019/07/24, vs. Momo Watanabe [6.64, #10] [7.89] 2019/05/04, vs. Kagetsu - 26 votes.
97. [272] Sabu - Freelancer 7.208 295 41 0 5 votes - 1997/10/31, vs. Taz [6.33, #10] [7.94] 1997/08/09, vs. Terry Funk - 66 votes.
98. [273] Juventud Guerrera - Freelancer 7.190 304 72 0 13 votes - 1998/11/16, vs. Kidman [6.69, #8] [8.75] 1996/03/09, vs. Rey Misterio Jr. - 54 votes.
99. [276] Dragon Kid - Dragongate 7.155 157 19 0 5 votes - 2009/05/05, vs. CIMA [6.33, #9] [8.16] 2019/05/06, vs. PAC - 24 votes.
100. [277] Titan - CMLL 7.152 227 32 20 [1] 6 votes - 2016/09/20, vs. Mephisto [6.57, #7] [8.41] 2019/02/22, vs. El Barbaro Cavernario - 43 votes.
101. [278] Flamita - ROH 7.137 175 12 0 5 votes - 2019/03/11, vs. Bandido [7.33, #3] [7.95] 2014/05/05, vs. Jimmy Susumu - 20 votes.
102. [284] Keisuke Ishii - DDT 7.060 116 23 6 [1] 6 votes - 2020/02/24, vs. Yumehito Imanari [6.57, #8] [8.00] 2017/07/23, vs. Konosuke Takeshita - 12 votes.
103. [292] Kaz Hayashi - GLEAT, Freelancer 6.934 92 12 0 6 votes - 2011/01/02, vs. Minoru [7.43, #3] [8.33] 2009/08/30, vs. Shuji Kondo - 11 votes.
104. [295] LA Park - Freelancer 6.915 147 32 12 [1] 5 votes - 2013/05/11, vs. Dr. Wagner Jr. [6.50, #7] [8.54] 2019/11/02, vs. Jacob Fatu - 40 votes.
105. [296] Chris Brookes - Freelancer, DDT 6.898 191 124 111 [5] 6 votes - 2020/02/02, vs. Cara Noir [6.57, #8] [7.76] 2020/02/23, vs. Konosuke Takeshita - 41 vote.
106. [297] RUSH - ROH 6.891 148 13 0 5 votes - 2016/01/15, vs. Caristico [5.50, #10] [8.29] 2016/07/14, vs. LA Park - 20 votes.
107. [305] Caristico, Mistico - CMLL 6.815 129 29 25 [1] 5 votes - 2007/07/27, vs. Dr. Wagner Jr. [7.00, #5] [7.82] 2017/10/20, vs. Volador Jr. - 16 votes.
108. [306] Rey Horus, Dragon Azteca Jr. - ROH 6.800 203 29 0 6 votes - 2018/05/25, vs. Jake Atlas [5.43, #10] [7.67] 2016/01/30, vs. Prince Puma - 42 votes.
109. [311] Mr. Anderson, Mr. Kennedy - Freelancer 6.712 273 17 0 6 votes - 2006/05/20, vs. CM Punk [6.57, #6] [9.01] 2010/04/18, vs. Kurt Angle - 105 votes.
110. [312] Chavo Guerrero - Freelancer 6.674 223 33 0 6 votes - 2005/05/05, vs. Rey Mysterio [6.29, #10] [7.59] 2004/06/27, vs. Rey Mysterio - 31 vote.
111. [315] Dalton Castle - ROH 6.506 290 27 11 [1] 11 votes - 2020/09/11, vs. Jay Lethal [6.00, #8] [8.30] 2018/03/09, vs. Jay Lethal - 53 votes.
112. [316] Brody King - Freelancer 6.447 140 49 8 [1] 5 votes - 2019/07/26, vs. David Starr [4.22, #10] [8.22] 2018/07/23, vs. WALTER - 26 votes.
113. [320] Flip Gordon - ROH 6.252 315 32 5 [1] 5 votes - 2018/10/30, vs. Jay Briscoe [5.67, #6] [8.12] 2017/10/15, vs. Will Ospreay - 33 votes.
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2020.09.10 16:39 Anthony_CMJ [OC] The Lucha Underground alumni: where are they now?

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2020.09.02 07:45 qwertycoder Boseman, Black Panthers and Rainbows at the angle of 42, a synchromystic map.

We are all sad to hear about the death of Black Panther King Chadwick Boseman. He was a fine actor and played some of the most pivotal roles in his short span of making movies. And he was making some of these movies deep into stage three cancer all while keeping it a secret and smashing it in all of his roles.
Underneath everything there is a hidden saga being told. A strange world where everything is connected by some sort of energy that ebs and flows reality around in particular patterns.
I notice things and point things out that I find to be strange. Many people are quick to say that the things I bring up are “the work of the Illuminati” but I feel that it is no man or group that is running this algorithm of life and death, creation and destruction.
Ill start at the top of my research and just lay out the peculiar findings that I KNEW in my gut would be found. But then again everything is just coincidence......
The strangest thing happened when I looked up his birthday. I checked wikipedia and plugged in the date of birth till death day and saw 43 years.
Then I go to IMDB and also noticed many of the news outlets reporting “dies at 42” and “dies at 43” in about a half and half distribution.
Then almost as Im watching the edits begin and everything that once had his birthday at 11-29-1977 was now changed to 1978
This is not the first time this has happened and especially with someone with such a significant series of date counts attached to their birth and death days.
Born on the 333 day of the year and he lived 42y 8m 4w 2d But this is obfuscated with the alteration of his birthdate.
I stated that this wasn't the first time this happened as it happened with Joan Lee the wife of Stan Lee one of the co-creators of The Black Panther comic book series.

https://www.reddit.com/coincidence/comments/6mj1m9/joan_lee_birth_911_is_77y7m7d_from_911_until_he

Joans birthday 2-5-24 until 9-11-2001 is 77years 7months and 7 days inclusive! Joan died on 7-6-17 which is 5777 days after 9-11-2001!
7-7-17 was the day that Spider-man: Homecoming was released in theaters The day after Joan Lee began her journey HOME.
This is also strange because of the fact that on Trumps Inauguration 2016 he was 70y 7m 7d old. And he met with Putin the day after Joan lees death on 7-7-17 when Putin was entering his 777th month of life
Also note Trumps convergence with Abraham Lincoln, in addition to using Lincolns Bible to be sworn in on the inauguration day mentioned.
Trump’s first full day of life was 770 months, 777 weeks and 770 days after Lincoln was assassinated.

Trump’s first full day in office was 70 years, 777 months, 777 weeks and 777 days from the day Lincoln died. This day was on Trump’s 70th year, 7th month and 7th day of life.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTIw-djmQcY
But if you look now you will see a completely different birth-date
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Boocock_Lee
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1643074/
Here is a screenshot taken the day of Joan lees Death and one cannot ignore the blatent spiderman SYCHRONY Ad.
https://imgur.com/3ECPa1f
I took this screenshot NOT because of the date but because of the SYNCHRONY ad. But doing so gave me a record of the change happening the very next day when it was altered.

We got a little of topic bringing up Joan lee, Trump, Lincoln But it is also the finest example of a tight sync chain connecting multiple folks and also an example of Revisionist history when the dates are changes as we saw with Chadwick Boseman.
Chadwick Boseman was the King of Wakanda and builder of bridges and not barriers.
Black Panther was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby who debuted in the July 1966 edition of The Fantastic Four #52.
Jack Kirby was born 8-28-1917 and the day Chadwick Boseman died would have been Jack Kirby(black Panthers co-creator) 103rd birthday
Boseman played a collection of Real Historic Black figures that were firsts in their fields.
But lets go back to his first listed role.
https://www.slashfilm.com/all-my-children-fired-chadwick-boseman/
Chadwick plays Reggie in the soap opera All My Children and his role was taken over by Micheal B Jordan who would later portray his enemy in the Blockbuster hit Black Panther
The alchemy there is strong. 1 person splitting into 2 versions and they are Nemesis.
Killmonger was a Black Power “destruction of the White Colonists kind of person. “He became a subversive, with dreams of ridding Wakanda of what he termed "white colonialist" cultural influences and return it entirely to its ancient ways.”
Black Power and the Raised fist are symbols of the Black Panther Party symbology. There is a strong current in the Zietgiest right now that is pushing for the 2nd American Civil war.
Chadwicks first major feature film (42) had him play Jackie Robinson the FIRST Black man to join the MLB.
Robinson broke the baseball color line when he started at first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947.[2] When the Dodgers signed Robinson, they heralded the end of racial segregation in professional baseball that had relegated black players to the Negro leagues since the 1880s
Robinson heralded in the Segregation of the MLB. On 4-15-1947
Jack Roosevelt Robinson was born on January 31, 1919, into a family of sharecroppers in Cairo, Georgia. Note: CAIRO
The city was named after Cairo, the capital of Egypt. Why? Hmm.
So Boseman dieing at 42 and playing in the film 42 is not enough to warrant our attention but the icing on the cake is the effect of the CORONAVIRUS on the MLB.

The teams took the field in their No. 42 jerseys but walked off after a 42-second moment of silence.
https://www.thescore.com/mlb/news/2010854
MLB BLM
The on-field celebrations, including the league-wide wearing of number 42, instead took place on Friday, August 28, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the date Robinson met with Branch Rickey to discuss joining the Dodgers as well the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington.
75th and 57th anniversaries of 2 iconic events for the lives of black Americans.
https://www.espn.com/mlb/recap?gameId=401226183 There was a moment of silence before the game for Chadwick Boseman, the actor who played Jackie Robinson in the movie "42." Boseman died from colon cancer Friday, the day Major League Baseball marked its annual Jackie Robinson Day.
This is all made more shocking since it was during the Dodgers game on Jackie Robinson day that the announcement of Chadwicks death was made via Twitter.

Chadwick then went on too play the role of the 'Father of Soul” James Brown, in the film Get on Up
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upeKFdDWk4I
James brown had a ritual that he would perform on stage where he got down on his knees and a cape was placed upon his shoulders to give him the strength to “Get on Up”
https://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music/story-james-brown-cape-83rd-bday-article-1.2623276
https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/funks-founding-father-james-brown-1933-2006-69720/
Boseman starred along side Nelsan Ellis who played Bobby Byrd
In 1952 Bobby Byrd formed and sang with a gospel group called the Gospel Starlighters. During a friendly baseball match at a juvenile prison, he met a young James Brown who was serving time there on robbery charges. Byrd befriended him and arranged for Byrd's family to oversee Brown's parole.[3] This began a personal and professional association that lasted until 1973.

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1734700/
Nelsan Ellis also stared in the 2008 film The Express, along with Boseman. The film being about the first African American winner of the Heisman Trophy another First on the list of Firsts.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0469903/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_27
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Butler
I also took note of Nelsan Ellis playing Martin Luther KING Jr in the film “The Butler”
Which was the final film of Laura Ziskin who died of breast cancer 6-12-2011 (Da 5 bloods releases on the 13th anniversary of Laura's death to Cancer.)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Ziskin
In the late 1960s, after civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, Louis tells his family that he has joined the Black Panthers. Cecil orders Louis and his girlfriend to leave his house. Louis is arrested again. Cecil becomes aware of President Richard Nixon's plans to suppress the Black Panthers.
Remember that Boseman died on the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson day and the 57th Anniversary of MLKs I have a dream speech in the National Mall/Lincoln memorial.
The reason Nelsan Ellis stands out to me is he was connected with Joan Lees death as her death was 7-6 and his was 7-8 and they were mirrors of one another. 93/39 black/white male/female. The mirroring element is highly important. But in seeing Boseman and Ellis together in 2 films made seeing Ellis's birth-date that much more potent.
Nelsan Eliis Born 11-30-1977 Chadwick Boseman Born 11-29-1977
Only 1 day separates the birth of these two men.

We are 3 episodes into the new HBO TV show about Jim Crow era racism in a Lovecraftian horror show called Lovecraft Country which debuted on 8-16-2020 12 day before Jackie Robinson day and Bosemans Death.
The first episode opens with a Dream Sequence.
“The opening monologue we hear in the first sequence of “Sundown” is a quote from the 1950 biopic The Jackie Robinson Story, a rosy recounting of the first officially acknowledged Black baseball player to join the Major Leagues. “This is the story of a boy and his dream,” the narrator recounts as our hero, Atticus, a.k.a. Tic, literally dreams of fighting a war, first against enemies in the trenches, and then against giant UFOs and flying Cthulhus. “But more than that, it is the story of an American boy and dream that is truly American.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jackie_Robinson_Story
A Biopic where Jackie Robinson plays himself.
Note The American Dream and I have a dream, coated with some revisionist history Lovecraft lore that Lovecraft would hate as he was a racist.( he had a cat named “NI##ER)

Da 5 Bloods is Bosemans most recent release who he plays alongside/with Johnathon Majors the man who had the dream about Jackie Robinson destroying the nightmare starspawn creature in the opening scene of Lovecraft Country.
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3718007/?ref_=tt_cl_t1
In LCC Majors is a Korean War vet and in Da 5 Bloods he is involved in the Vietnam War.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9777644/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_3
As he rages to himself, Paul has a vision of Norman who reminds him that he was the one who had killed him, having shot him by accident during the firefight, and that he should let go of his guilt. Desroche's men find Paul and kill him. At the temple, Desroche and the gunmen arrive. After confronting the Frenchman, now wearing Paul's MAGA hat, Otis, Melvin and Vinh start shooting, killing all of Desroche's men. Desroche wounds Otis and tries to finish him off with a hand grenade, but Melvin sacrifices himself by leaping on top of it. Desroche prepares to execute Otis, but David shoots and kills him with Otis's gun. Vinh helps the surviving Bloods share out the gold. Melvin's widow receives his share, and Eddie's goes to a Black Lives Matter organization. Hedy and Simon donate their shares to LAMB in Seppo's name. Norman's remains are brought home to his family by the military. David reads a letter from Paul, who tells him that he will always love him. Otis visits Tiên and bonds with his daughter for the first time.

Well that's a surprise. The Vietnam film flashes forward too today and has both a MAGA hat AND BLM



Kobe and Boseman.......

I made a similar post about the Life and death and synchromystic web of Kobe earlier this year and we are now seeing an interesting mirror in Bosemans death.

https://www.reddit.com/C_S_T/comments/fhudokobecorona_and_the_collective_consciousness_clues/
https://www.bet.com/celebrities/news/2020/08/30/chadwick-boseman-and-kobe-bryant-last-conversation.html
The most obvious correlation is the mirroring of the 2 mens numbers. 42 and 24 and ill point out that Kobe Bryants 42nd birthday would have taken place 4 days before Chadwick's death.
Kobe Bryant died on 1-26-20 1x2x6x2= 24 his number
https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2020/01/26/USAT/7230a522-1cff-4eff-a790-d26281f35538-AP_APTOPIX_Obama_Lakers.JPG
Here is Barack Obama the 44th president and also the First African American President with Kobe Bryant being gifted a jersey.
https://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/in-the-know/514273-obamas-honor-chadwick-boseman-he-was-blessed
Here is President Barack Obama accepting the Gift of the purple Crown with the 42 on in.
https://thehill.com/policy/technology/514329-chadwick-boseman-tweet-bumps-obamas-as-most-liked-post-ever
The most liked Tweet of all time belonged to Barack Obama and since Chadwicks death that title has been taken by the announcement of his death via his personal twitter.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/chadwick-boseman-worried-fans-last-22596856
Chadwick had posted the video to launch Operation 42, a scheme that donated $4.2million worth of PPE to hospital that looked after African American communities most affected by coronavirus.
The actor spoke to the camera about the cause clad in a purple baseball cap wearing the mark of the charity and a full beard.
The same purple hat(crown) he gave too Obama
Corona Virus can be looked as Corona= Crown Virus= Venom of the snake.(via the etymology.
This connects to the chakra system and highlights the “Rainbow Bridge” via the number 42
Purple is the Crown Chakra and the color of nobility and the crown as it is a combination of Red Vs Blue.
https://www.popsci.com/why-rainbows-look-like/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42nd_Infantry_Division_(United_States)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snell%27s_law
Rainbows are all about perspective. In the eye of the beholder The bifrost is the rainbow bridge in the marvel mythos. The way to travel from the realm of man to the realm of the gods. https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Bifrost
Black Mamba and the Black Panther both iconic pass in 2020 the year of perfect vision. Or is it that in hindsight we will see more clearly into 2020.
https://www.hopevscancer.org/product/axc-snake-vs-panthe
https://www.google.com/search?q=snake+vs+panther+tattoo&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwjhkKiqvMnrAhUcQ1MKHR0lBeIQ2-cCegQIABAA&oq=snake+vs+panther+tattoo&gs_lcp=CgNpbWcQAzIGCAAQCBAeUNQTWNQTYPciaABwAHgAgAFhiAFhkgEBMZgBAKABAaoBC2d3cy13aXotaW1nwAEB&sclient=img&ei=qwlPX6GPEpyGzQKdypSQDg&bih=574&biw=1252&client=firefox-b-1-d&safe=strict
The Snake and Cat intertwined is a common trope in the tattoo industry perhaps hearkening back to the 3 sacred animals of the Mayan/Inca mythology.
https://www.ticketmachupicchu.com/inca-trilogy-condor-puma-snake/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Mamba_(comics)
Black mamba is also a cannon character in the Marvel mythos.
And WTF is this my friends?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serpent_Crown
I had no idea this existed but if you look a couple lines up you will see the breakdown of CoronaVirus above as SNAKE CROWN. That is sync in action.
A mystical object with many similarities to the Serpent Crown – the "Cobra Crown" – is shown to have existed during the Hyborian Age that followed the Great Cataclysm.[4] A follower of Set called Thoth-Amon allies himself with some surviving Serpent Men and briefly wields this second Crown. Another receptacle of Set's vast power, the Cobra Crown also enables its wearer to control the minds of others. However, it appears that it was much inferior to the Serpent Crown as its abilities eventually burn out and it is apparently destroyed during the course of a conflict between Thoth-Amon and Conan the Barbarian
Which is a good segway into
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FAsNGckPsY
Chawick Boseman plays Thoth the God of Wisdom and the word in the star studded hit, Gods of Egypt

https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Thoth_(Earth-616)
Thoth is one of the few gods in the pantheon of Wakanda

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow\_Coalition\_(Fred\_Hampton)
The Rainbow Coalition was a multicultural movement founded April 4, 1969 in Chicago, Illinois by Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party, along with William "Preacherman" Fesperman of the Young Patriots Organization and Jose Cha Cha Jimenez founder of the Young Lords. It was the first of several 20th century Black-led organizations to use the "rainbow coalition" concept.
Rainbow-42-Jackie Robinson-Black Panther founded on the 1 year anniversary of the Assassination of MLK
The rainbow has become symbolic of the LGBTQ and Racial equality movements and is also equated with Pride the many colors shining out of the 1 light

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/wp/2018/02/22/civil-rights-hero-john-lewis-is-particularly-moved-by-this-line-from-black-panthe
T’Challa quotes a version of an actual African proverb that says that “the wise build bridges” while “the foolish” build walls. (Some variations on that proverb say “dams” instead of “barriers” or “walls.”)
John Lewis is another powerful Black leader that helped bring us to where we are today.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/21_Bridges
21 bridges was released on the 57th anniversary of the assassination of JFK 21x2=42
Rainbow Bridge.
https://baseballhall.org/discoveshort-stops/jfks-letter-to-jackie
JFK had sent a letter to Jackie Robinson
https://www.irishcentral.com/culture/entertainment/what-song-did-john-f-kennedy-ask-judy-garland-to-sing-to-him-on-the-phone
JFK had Judy Garland sing him Somewhere over the rainbow.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_(film)

Another Of Bosemans Iconic roles as the first black supreme court justice that resided over the case 'Brown Vs the board of education” the case that would end racial segregation in schools.
James Brown was another of his powerful Black men Chadwick Played in his short span of acting.
In 1961, President John F. Kennedy appointed Marshall to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Four years later, President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed Marshall as the United States Solicitor General.
He was appointed to the court of appeals by JFK himself.
“Marshall attended Howard University School of Law, where he worked harder than he had at Lincoln. His mother had to pawn her wedding and engagement rings to pay the tuition. “
Howard university was where Chadwick and Kamala Harris Graduated from as well.
https://imagesvc.meredithcorp.io/v3/mm/image?url=https%3A%2F%2Fstatic.onecms.io%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2Fsites%2F20%2F2020%2F08%2F31%2Fchadwick-boseman.jpg
This would be the final picture posted by Boseman
Some of the information I recived was from Kijani's video on the subject. Some very fine research with more of a religious tint to it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJMkafUoCjA&t=981s

https://twitter.com/extracapsa?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
Another fantastic source of numeric synchronicity from Brother Berg.
666 weeks before Bosemans birth Malcolm X was assassinated 666 months before Bosemans death Malcolm X was assassinated. Black Panther=666 (sumerian Gematria)
https://twitter.com/extracapsa/status/1300126220462374912/photo/1
Boseman=33 died 30 months 30 days after the premier of "Black Panther" =330. Wakanda =330. Boule =330, the black fraternal order founded 3333 weeks before MLK died. Boseman born on the 333rd day of the year.
What is the Boule Society?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sigma_Pi_Phi
Sigma Pi Phi (ΣΠΦ) is the first successful and oldest Black Greek-lettered organization. Sigma Pi Phi was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on May 15, 1904. The fraternity quickly established chapters (referred to as "member boulés"
The word boulé, derived from ancient Greek βουλή), originally referred to a council of nobles advising a king. It is also used by the African-American sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sigma Pi Phi founder Henry McKee Minton and Martin Luther King Jr
Boule was founded 3333 weeks before MLK assassination.
ames Weldon Johnson is a member of Phi Beta Sigma, as is civil rights leader and member of Congress John Lewis
Sigma Pi Phi is open to members of all races, as can be demonstrated by its well-known white member Jack Greenberg, who succeeded Thurgood Marshall as the leader of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.
https://www.imdb.com/video/vi3929254169?playlistId=tt1727373&ref_=tt_pr_ov_vi
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_X_(1992_film)
This explains the fact why there would be no Black Panther without Denzel Washington (Malcolm )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xG5TS-mdNN4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBDMGQmep9I

Ok folks, did I leave anything out? Well im sure by the nature of such research I left everything out. But I went with my gut and showed all the elements that resonated with me in combination with the current zietgiest (spirit of culture)
Let me try and do a TLDR, god forgive me.
TLDR
https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/movies/amp32871563/chadwick-boseman-age-da-5-bloods/
First the Date of birth being altered on all sources was the first red flag.
Chadwick boseman died on the would be 103rd birthday of the cocreator of Black Panther Jack Kirby on the same day as the 57th March on Washington where MLK performed his I have a Dream speech and also the day of the postponed Jackie Robinson day where Boseman Played Jackie and wore the 42.
He played alongside Nelsan Ellis in 2 films Nelsan died 7-8-17 a couple days after Joan Lee whos birthday was also altered and scrubbed off the internet to hide the truth apparent within the facts. Birth till 9-11 was 77y 7m 7 d from 9-11 till death was 5777 days ending up in the middle of Hebrew year 5777 and on dieng on the release date of spider-man homecoming.
This whole thing is about Black white and the Rainbow we are all in, but the light just has to shine at the right angle (42) for us to have 2020 vision, but most likely hindsight will be 2020 and years later all of this will make sense.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1964\_Philadelphia\_race\_riot https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther_Party
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Front_Against_Fascism See also
Antifa (United States)), a contemporary anti-fascist movement COINTELPRO, a series of projects conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic political organizations including the Black Panther Party Rainbow Coalition (Fred Hampton)), a political organisation by Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party


BLM's predecessor and the origin of the popularized raised clenched fist. Was Antifa.

What does all this mean?
Well its all just a coincidence and the ravings of a madman right?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtZ03BzskeU
You may have seen my previous writings on such recent events and that might give you better perspective on the whole. Im not the guy saying these are the biblical endtimes, or the guy saying this is all the work of the illuminati.
Im the guy saying we don't have any clue to what consciousness and reality actually is. Im the guy that believes the universe is the great teacher. EVERYTHING humans know and every idea that has arisen has arisen out of nature. Every animal is a teacher, every process in physics is a teacher, every element of creation by man and god is a teaching tool. We are trying to learn what we are. The universe is a troll but in the way a ZEN master riddles his students with KOANS that ostensibly have no true meaning. But it is the process of play and entertaining ideas and convincing ourselves that every truth could be false and every fallacy could be true.
I don't have the answers, I just see what is there to be seen and I think about what is seen and relay my thoughts and the things I see. You may have to read through this a couple times to understand the crux of each individual link I mention but if you come at this with an open mind you may have an easier time and learn something.
R.I.P Chadwick, Kobe,Martin,Malcolm,James,Thurgood, T'challa and every other black icon in history to bring us to where we are today. We are at the start of the rainbow bridge and we can journey up through all the colors to get to the Crown, for we are all kings and queens heroes and villains on this world stage. PLAY your part!
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2020.09.02 07:42 qwertycoder Black Panther, Mamba,42, and the rainbow bridge, a synchromystic map

We are all sad to hear about the death of Black Panther King Chadwick Boseman. He was a fine actor and played some of the most pivotal roles in his short span of making movies. And he was making some of these movies deep into stage three cancer all while keeping it a secret and smashing it in all of his roles.
Underneath everything there is a hidden saga being told. A strange world where everything is connected by some sort of energy that ebs and flows reality around in particular patterns.
I notice things and point things out that I find to be strange. Many people are quick to say that the things I bring up are “the work of the Illuminati” but I feel that it is no man or group that is running this algorithm of life and death, creation and destruction.
Ill start at the top of my research and just lay out the peculiar findings that I KNEW in my gut would be found. But then again everything is just coincidence......
The strangest thing happened when I looked up his birthday. I checked wikipedia and plugged in the date of birth till death day and saw 43 years.
Then I go to IMDB and also noticed many of the news outlets reporting “dies at 42” and “dies at 43” in about a half and half distribution.
Then almost as Im watching the edits begin and everything that once had his birthday at 11-29-1977 was now changed to 1978
This is not the first time this has happened and especially with someone with such a significant series of date counts attached to their birth and death days.
Born on the 333 day of the year and he lived 42y 8m 4w 2d But this is obfuscated with the alteration of his birthdate.
I stated that this wasn't the first time this happened as it happened with Joan Lee the wife of Stan Lee one of the co-creators of The Black Panther comic book series.

https://www.reddit.com/coincidence/comments/6mj1m9/joan_lee_birth_911_is_77y7m7d_from_911_until_he

Joans birthday 2-5-24 until 9-11-2001 is 77years 7months and 7 days inclusive! Joan died on 7-6-17 which is 5777 days after 9-11-2001!
7-7-17 was the day that Spider-man: Homecoming was released in theaters The day after Joan Lee began her journey HOME.
This is also strange because of the fact that on Trumps Inauguration 2016 he was 70y 7m 7d old. And he met with Putin the day after Joan lees death on 7-7-17 when Putin was entering his 777th month of life
Also note Trumps convergence with Abraham Lincoln, in addition to using Lincolns Bible to be sworn in on the inauguration day mentioned.
Trump’s first full day of life was 770 months, 777 weeks and 770 days after Lincoln was assassinated.

Trump’s first full day in office was 70 years, 777 months, 777 weeks and 777 days from the day Lincoln died. This day was on Trump’s 70th year, 7th month and 7th day of life.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nTIw-djmQcY
But if you look now you will see a completely different birth-date
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joan_Boocock_Lee
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1643074/
Here is a screenshot taken the day of Joan lees Death and one cannot ignore the blatent spiderman SYCHRONY Ad.
https://imgur.com/3ECPa1f
I took this screenshot NOT because of the date but because of the SYNCHRONY ad. But doing so gave me a record of the change happening the very next day when it was altered.

We got a little of topic bringing up Joan lee, Trump, Lincoln But it is also the finest example of a tight sync chain connecting multiple folks and also an example of Revisionist history when the dates are changes as we saw with Chadwick Boseman.
Chadwick Boseman was the King of Wakanda and builder of bridges and not barriers.
Black Panther was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby who debuted in the July 1966 edition of The Fantastic Four #52.
Jack Kirby was born 8-28-1917 and the day Chadwick Boseman died would have been Jack Kirby(black Panthers co-creator) 103rd birthday
Boseman played a collection of Real Historic Black figures that were firsts in their fields.
But lets go back to his first listed role.
https://www.slashfilm.com/all-my-children-fired-chadwick-boseman/
Chadwick plays Reggie in the soap opera All My Children and his role was taken over by Micheal B Jordan who would later portray his enemy in the Blockbuster hit Black Panther
The alchemy there is strong. 1 person splitting into 2 versions and they are Nemesis.
Killmonger was a Black Power “destruction of the White Colonists kind of person. “He became a subversive, with dreams of ridding Wakanda of what he termed "white colonialist" cultural influences and return it entirely to its ancient ways.”
Black Power and the Raised fist are symbols of the Black Panther Party symbology. There is a strong current in the Zietgiest right now that is pushing for the 2nd American Civil war.
Chadwicks first major feature film (42) had him play Jackie Robinson the FIRST Black man to join the MLB.
Robinson broke the baseball color line when he started at first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers on April 15, 1947.[2] When the Dodgers signed Robinson, they heralded the end of racial segregation in professional baseball that had relegated black players to the Negro leagues since the 1880s
Robinson heralded in the Segregation of the MLB. On 4-15-1947
Jack Roosevelt Robinson was born on January 31, 1919, into a family of sharecroppers in Cairo, Georgia. Note: CAIRO
The city was named after Cairo, the capital of Egypt. Why? Hmm.
So Boseman dieing at 42 and playing in the film 42 is not enough to warrant our attention but the icing on the cake is the effect of the CORONAVIRUS on the MLB.

The teams took the field in their No. 42 jerseys but walked off after a 42-second moment of silence.
https://www.thescore.com/mlb/news/2010854
MLB BLM
The on-field celebrations, including the league-wide wearing of number 42, instead took place on Friday, August 28, commemorating the 75th anniversary of the date Robinson met with Branch Rickey to discuss joining the Dodgers as well the 57th anniversary of the March on Washington.
75th and 57th anniversaries of 2 iconic events for the lives of black Americans.
https://www.espn.com/mlb/recap?gameId=401226183 There was a moment of silence before the game for Chadwick Boseman, the actor who played Jackie Robinson in the movie "42." Boseman died from colon cancer Friday, the day Major League Baseball marked its annual Jackie Robinson Day.
This is all made more shocking since it was during the Dodgers game on Jackie Robinson day that the announcement of Chadwicks death was made via Twitter.

Chadwick then went on too play the role of the 'Father of Soul” James Brown, in the film Get on Up
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=upeKFdDWk4I
James brown had a ritual that he would perform on stage where he got down on his knees and a cape was placed upon his shoulders to give him the strength to “Get on Up”
https://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/music/story-james-brown-cape-83rd-bday-article-1.2623276
https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/funks-founding-father-james-brown-1933-2006-69720/
Boseman starred along side Nelsan Ellis who played Bobby Byrd
In 1952 Bobby Byrd formed and sang with a gospel group called the Gospel Starlighters. During a friendly baseball match at a juvenile prison, he met a young James Brown who was serving time there on robbery charges. Byrd befriended him and arranged for Byrd's family to oversee Brown's parole.[3] This began a personal and professional association that lasted until 1973.

https://www.imdb.com/name/nm1734700/
Nelsan Ellis also stared in the 2008 film The Express, along with Boseman. The film being about the first African American winner of the Heisman Trophy another First on the list of Firsts.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0469903/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_27
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Butler
I also took note of Nelsan Ellis playing Martin Luther KING Jr in the film “The Butler”
Which was the final film of Laura Ziskin who died of breast cancer 6-12-2011 (Da 5 bloods releases on the 13th anniversary of Laura's death to Cancer.)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laura_Ziskin
In the late 1960s, after civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination, Louis tells his family that he has joined the Black Panthers. Cecil orders Louis and his girlfriend to leave his house. Louis is arrested again. Cecil becomes aware of President Richard Nixon's plans to suppress the Black Panthers.
Remember that Boseman died on the 75th anniversary of Jackie Robinson day and the 57th Anniversary of MLKs I have a dream speech in the National Mall/Lincoln memorial.
The reason Nelsan Ellis stands out to me is he was connected with Joan Lees death as her death was 7-6 and his was 7-8 and they were mirrors of one another. 93/39 black/white male/female. The mirroring element is highly important. But in seeing Boseman and Ellis together in 2 films made seeing Ellis's birth-date that much more potent.
Nelsan Eliis Born 11-30-1977 Chadwick Boseman Born 11-29-1977
Only 1 day separates the birth of these two men.

We are 3 episodes into the new HBO TV show about Jim Crow era racism in a Lovecraftian horror show called Lovecraft Country which debuted on 8-16-2020 12 day before Jackie Robinson day and Bosemans Death.
The first episode opens with a Dream Sequence.
“The opening monologue we hear in the first sequence of “Sundown” is a quote from the 1950 biopic The Jackie Robinson Story, a rosy recounting of the first officially acknowledged Black baseball player to join the Major Leagues. “This is the story of a boy and his dream,” the narrator recounts as our hero, Atticus, a.k.a. Tic, literally dreams of fighting a war, first against enemies in the trenches, and then against giant UFOs and flying Cthulhus. “But more than that, it is the story of an American boy and dream that is truly American.”

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Jackie_Robinson_Story
A Biopic where Jackie Robinson plays himself.
Note The American Dream and I have a dream, coated with some revisionist history Lovecraft lore that Lovecraft would hate as he was a racist.( he had a cat named “NI##ER)

Da 5 Bloods is Bosemans most recent release who he plays alongside/with Johnathon Majors the man who had the dream about Jackie Robinson destroying the nightmare starspawn creature in the opening scene of Lovecraft Country.
https://www.imdb.com/name/nm3718007/?ref_=tt_cl_t1
In LCC Majors is a Korean War vet and in Da 5 Bloods he is involved in the Vietnam War.
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt9777644/?ref_=nm_flmg_act_3
As he rages to himself, Paul has a vision of Norman who reminds him that he was the one who had killed him, having shot him by accident during the firefight, and that he should let go of his guilt. Desroche's men find Paul and kill him. At the temple, Desroche and the gunmen arrive. After confronting the Frenchman, now wearing Paul's MAGA hat, Otis, Melvin and Vinh start shooting, killing all of Desroche's men. Desroche wounds Otis and tries to finish him off with a hand grenade, but Melvin sacrifices himself by leaping on top of it. Desroche prepares to execute Otis, but David shoots and kills him with Otis's gun. Vinh helps the surviving Bloods share out the gold. Melvin's widow receives his share, and Eddie's goes to a Black Lives Matter organization. Hedy and Simon donate their shares to LAMB in Seppo's name. Norman's remains are brought home to his family by the military. David reads a letter from Paul, who tells him that he will always love him. Otis visits Tiên and bonds with his daughter for the first time.

Well that's a surprise. The Vietnam film flashes forward too today and has both a MAGA hat AND BLM



Kobe and Boseman.......

I made a similar post about the Life and death and synchromystic web of Kobe earlier this year and we are now seeing an interesting mirror in Bosemans death.

https://www.reddit.com/C_S_T/comments/fhudokobecorona_and_the_collective_consciousness_clues/
https://www.bet.com/celebrities/news/2020/08/30/chadwick-boseman-and-kobe-bryant-last-conversation.html
The most obvious correlation is the mirroring of the 2 mens numbers. 42 and 24 and ill point out that Kobe Bryants 42nd birthday would have taken place 4 days before Chadwick's death.
Kobe Bryant died on 1-26-20 1x2x6x2= 24 his number
https://www.gannett-cdn.com/presto/2020/01/26/USAT/7230a522-1cff-4eff-a790-d26281f35538-AP_APTOPIX_Obama_Lakers.JPG
Here is Barack Obama the 44th president and also the First African American President with Kobe Bryant being gifted a jersey.
https://thehill.com/blogs/in-the-know/in-the-know/514273-obamas-honor-chadwick-boseman-he-was-blessed
Here is President Barack Obama accepting the Gift of the purple Crown with the 42 on in.
https://thehill.com/policy/technology/514329-chadwick-boseman-tweet-bumps-obamas-as-most-liked-post-ever
The most liked Tweet of all time belonged to Barack Obama and since Chadwicks death that title has been taken by the announcement of his death via his personal twitter.
https://www.mirror.co.uk/3am/celebrity-news/chadwick-boseman-worried-fans-last-22596856
Chadwick had posted the video to launch Operation 42, a scheme that donated $4.2million worth of PPE to hospital that looked after African American communities most affected by coronavirus.
The actor spoke to the camera about the cause clad in a purple baseball cap wearing the mark of the charity and a full beard.
The same purple hat(crown) he gave too Obama
Corona Virus can be looked as Corona= Crown Virus= Venom of the snake.(via the etymology.
This connects to the chakra system and highlights the “Rainbow Bridge” via the number 42
Purple is the Crown Chakra and the color of nobility and the crown as it is a combination of Red Vs Blue.
https://www.popsci.com/why-rainbows-look-like/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/42nd_Infantry_Division_(United_States)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snell%27s_law
Rainbows are all about perspective. In the eye of the beholder The bifrost is the rainbow bridge in the marvel mythos. The way to travel from the realm of man to the realm of the gods. https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Bifrost
Black Mamba and the Black Panther both iconic pass in 2020 the year of perfect vision. Or is it that in hindsight we will see more clearly into 2020.
https://www.hopevscancer.org/product/axc-snake-vs-panthe
https://www.google.com/search?q=snake+vs+panther+tattoo&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwjhkKiqvMnrAhUcQ1MKHR0lBeIQ2-cCegQIABAA&oq=snake+vs+panther+tattoo&gs_lcp=CgNpbWcQAzIGCAAQCBAeUNQTWNQTYPciaABwAHgAgAFhiAFhkgEBMZgBAKABAaoBC2d3cy13aXotaW1nwAEB&sclient=img&ei=qwlPX6GPEpyGzQKdypSQDg&bih=574&biw=1252&client=firefox-b-1-d&safe=strict
The Snake and Cat intertwined is a common trope in the tattoo industry perhaps hearkening back to the 3 sacred animals of the Mayan/Inca mythology.
https://www.ticketmachupicchu.com/inca-trilogy-condor-puma-snake/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Mamba_(comics)
Black mamba is also a cannon character in the Marvel mythos.
And WTF is this my friends?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Serpent_Crown
I had no idea this existed but if you look a couple lines up you will see the breakdown of CoronaVirus above as SNAKE CROWN. That is sync in action.
A mystical object with many similarities to the Serpent Crown – the "Cobra Crown" – is shown to have existed during the Hyborian Age that followed the Great Cataclysm.[4] A follower of Set called Thoth-Amon allies himself with some surviving Serpent Men and briefly wields this second Crown. Another receptacle of Set's vast power, the Cobra Crown also enables its wearer to control the minds of others. However, it appears that it was much inferior to the Serpent Crown as its abilities eventually burn out and it is apparently destroyed during the course of a conflict between Thoth-Amon and Conan the Barbarian
Which is a good segway into
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1FAsNGckPsY
Chawick Boseman plays Thoth the God of Wisdom and the word in the star studded hit, Gods of Egypt

https://marvel.fandom.com/wiki/Thoth_(Earth-616)
Thoth is one of the few gods in the pantheon of Wakanda

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rainbow\_Coalition\_(Fred\_Hampton)
The Rainbow Coalition was a multicultural movement founded April 4, 1969 in Chicago, Illinois by Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party, along with William "Preacherman" Fesperman of the Young Patriots Organization and Jose Cha Cha Jimenez founder of the Young Lords. It was the first of several 20th century Black-led organizations to use the "rainbow coalition" concept.
Rainbow-42-Jackie Robinson-Black Panther founded on the 1 year anniversary of the Assassination of MLK
The rainbow has become symbolic of the LGBTQ and Racial equality movements and is also equated with Pride the many colors shining out of the 1 light

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/comic-riffs/wp/2018/02/22/civil-rights-hero-john-lewis-is-particularly-moved-by-this-line-from-black-panthe
T’Challa quotes a version of an actual African proverb that says that “the wise build bridges” while “the foolish” build walls. (Some variations on that proverb say “dams” instead of “barriers” or “walls.”)
John Lewis is another powerful Black leader that helped bring us to where we are today.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/21_Bridges
21 bridges was released on the 57th anniversary of the assassination of JFK 21x2=42
Rainbow Bridge.
https://baseballhall.org/discoveshort-stops/jfks-letter-to-jackie
JFK had sent a letter to Jackie Robinson
https://www.irishcentral.com/culture/entertainment/what-song-did-john-f-kennedy-ask-judy-garland-to-sing-to-him-on-the-phone
JFK had Judy Garland sing him Somewhere over the rainbow.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marshall_(film)

Another Of Bosemans Iconic roles as the first black supreme court justice that resided over the case 'Brown Vs the board of education” the case that would end racial segregation in schools.
James Brown was another of his powerful Black men Chadwick Played in his short span of acting.
In 1961, President John F. Kennedy appointed Marshall to the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Four years later, President Lyndon B. Johnson appointed Marshall as the United States Solicitor General.
He was appointed to the court of appeals by JFK himself.
“Marshall attended Howard University School of Law, where he worked harder than he had at Lincoln. His mother had to pawn her wedding and engagement rings to pay the tuition. “
Howard university was where Chadwick and Kamala Harris Graduated from as well.
https://imagesvc.meredithcorp.io/v3/mm/image?url=https%3A%2F%2Fstatic.onecms.io%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2Fsites%2F20%2F2020%2F08%2F31%2Fchadwick-boseman.jpg
This would be the final picture posted by Boseman
Some of the information I recived was from Kijani's video on the subject. Some very fine research with more of a religious tint to it.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJMkafUoCjA&t=981s

https://twitter.com/extracapsa?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor
Another fantastic source of numeric synchronicity from Brother Berg.
666 weeks before Bosemans birth Malcolm X was assassinated 666 months before Bosemans death Malcolm X was assassinated. Black Panther=666 (sumerian Gematria)
https://twitter.com/extracapsa/status/1300126220462374912/photo/1
Boseman=33 died 30 months 30 days after the premier of "Black Panther" =330. Wakanda =330. Boule =330, the black fraternal order founded 3333 weeks before MLK died. Boseman born on the 333rd day of the year.
What is the Boule Society?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sigma_Pi_Phi
Sigma Pi Phi (ΣΠΦ) is the first successful and oldest Black Greek-lettered organization. Sigma Pi Phi was founded in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on May 15, 1904. The fraternity quickly established chapters (referred to as "member boulés"
The word boulé, derived from ancient Greek βουλή), originally referred to a council of nobles advising a king. It is also used by the African-American sorority Alpha Kappa Alpha
Sigma Pi Phi founder Henry McKee Minton and Martin Luther King Jr
Boule was founded 3333 weeks before MLK assassination.
ames Weldon Johnson is a member of Phi Beta Sigma, as is civil rights leader and member of Congress John Lewis
Sigma Pi Phi is open to members of all races, as can be demonstrated by its well-known white member Jack Greenberg, who succeeded Thurgood Marshall as the leader of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.
https://www.imdb.com/video/vi3929254169?playlistId=tt1727373&ref_=tt_pr_ov_vi
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malcolm_X_(1992_film)
This explains the fact why there would be no Black Panther without Denzel Washington (Malcolm )
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xG5TS-mdNN4
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eBDMGQmep9I

Ok folks, did I leave anything out? Well im sure by the nature of such research I left everything out. But I went with my gut and showed all the elements that resonated with me in combination with the current zietgiest (spirit of culture)
Let me try and do a TLDR, god forgive me.
TLDR
https://www.cosmopolitan.com/entertainment/movies/amp32871563/chadwick-boseman-age-da-5-bloods/
First the Date of birth being altered on all sources was the first red flag.
Chadwick boseman died on the would be 103rd birthday of the cocreator of Black Panther Jack Kirby on the same day as the 57th March on Washington where MLK performed his I have a Dream speech and also the day of the postponed Jackie Robinson day where Boseman Played Jackie and wore the 42.
He played alongside Nelsan Ellis in 2 films Nelsan died 7-8-17 a couple days after Joan Lee whos birthday was also altered and scrubbed off the internet to hide the truth apparent within the facts. Birth till 9-11 was 77y 7m 7 d from 9-11 till death was 5777 days ending up in the middle of Hebrew year 5777 and on dieng on the release date of spider-man homecoming.
This whole thing is about Black white and the Rainbow we are all in, but the light just has to shine at the right angle (42) for us to have 2020 vision, but most likely hindsight will be 2020 and years later all of this will make sense.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1964\_Philadelphia\_race\_riot https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Panther_Party
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_Front_Against_Fascism See also
Antifa (United States)), a contemporary anti-fascist movement COINTELPRO, a series of projects conducted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation aimed at surveilling, infiltrating, discrediting, and disrupting domestic political organizations including the Black Panther Party Rainbow Coalition (Fred Hampton)), a political organisation by Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party


BLM's predecessor and the origin of the popularized raised clenched fist. Was Antifa.

What does all this mean?
Well its all just a coincidence and the ravings of a madman right?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KtZ03BzskeU
You may have seen my previous writings on such recent events and that might give you better perspective on the whole. Im not the guy saying these are the biblical endtimes, or the guy saying this is all the work of the illuminati.
Im the guy saying we don't have any clue to what consciousness and reality actually is. Im the guy that believes the universe is the great teacher. EVERYTHING humans know and every idea that has arisen has arisen out of nature. Every animal is a teacher, every process in physics is a teacher, every element of creation by man and god is a teaching tool. We are trying to learn what we are. The universe is a troll but in the way a ZEN master riddles his students with KOANS that ostensibly have no true meaning. But it is the process of play and entertaining ideas and convincing ourselves that every truth could be false and every fallacy could be true.
I don't have the answers, I just see what is there to be seen and I think about what is seen and relay my thoughts and the things I see. You may have to read through this a couple times to understand the crux of each individual link I mention but if you come at this with an open mind you may have an easier time and learn something.
R.I.P Chadwick, Kobe,Martin,Malcolm,James,Thurgood, T'challa and every other black icon in history to bring us to where we are today. We are at the start of the rainbow bridge and we can journey up through all the colors to get to the Crown, for we are all kings and queens heros and villains on this world stage. PLAY your part!
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2020.07.25 23:53 Imannyz Liga MX: Guard1anes 20-21 Kit List

With the start of a new season comes new kits to show on the field. As tradition as I have done for this subreddit (16-17/17-18/18-19/19-20), I will be compiling a list of all the uniforms released for the 20-21 season (Apertura 2020 - Clausura 2021). Over time as matches are played I'll update the list with better quality pictures. I will upload kits of the women's teams only if they are unique then the men's like Chivas femenil. New this time is that alongside showing Liga MX and Ascenso MX (now known as Liga de Expansión MX) teams, I will also upload the kits for the newly-created league: Liga de Balompié Mexicano. Which team do you think had the best kit, which one the worst ones ?

Liga MX

Imgur album to see all Liga MX kits: https://imgur.com/a/UUptI9c
Imgur album to see all Liga MX Femenil kits so far: https://imgur.com/a/Qaivuae
CLUB HOME AWAY THIRD SPECIAL FEMENIL
America Home Away JAN 2021
Atlas Home Away JAN 2021
Chivas Home Away JAN 2021 Femenil Home/Femenil Away
Cruz Azul Home Away Third
Juárez Home Away Third
León Home Away JAN 2021
Mazatlán Home Away JAN 2021 GNP Cup/GNP Cup Prototype*
Monterrey Home Away JAN 2021 75 Year Anniversary
Necaxa Home Away JAN 2021
Pachuca Home Away JAN 2021
Puebla Home Away* JAN 2021
Pumas UNAM Home Away JAN 2021
Queretaro Home* Away JAN 2021
San Luis Home Away JAN 2021
Santos Laguna Home Away JAN 2021
Tigres UANL Home Away Leaked Third Kit
Tijuana Home Away JAN 2021
Toluca POSTPONED/Home* Away Third
MISC INFO *
Mazatlán Copa GNP Protoype - This jersey was originally presented first to public but for unknown reasons, it was replaced by a slightly different one in the Cup
Puebla Away - Made out of 100% recycled material
Queretaro Home - Will be white for this 19-20 season to commemorate the club's 70 year anniversary with the team's first historical uniforms being white.
Tijuana Away - Graphic pattern continues in the backside to create an "X" for "Xolos"
Toluca - Toluca will present their new uniforms later this year due to their kit supplier Under Armour having manufacturing problems due to COVID-19. For now, they're using the ones from last year.

Liga de Expansión MX

Note: Teams in Liga de Expansión MX will release their new kits sometime in August which is the rumored start of the league
CLUB HOME AWAY THIRD SPECIAL
Alebrijes TBA
Atlante TBA
Morelia TBA
Cancún TBA
Celaya TBA
Cimarrones TBA
Correcaminos UAT TBA
Dorados TBA
Leones Negros UDG TBA
Mineros TBA
Tampico Madero TBA
Venados TBA
Tapatío TBA
Pumas Tabasco TBA
Tepatitlán TBA
Tlaxcala TBA

Liga de Balompié Mexicano

Imgur album to see all Liga Balompié kits so far:https://imgur.com/a/Rzoy6HR
CLUB HOME AWAY THIRD ALTERNATIVE
Acapulco Leaked Home
Acaxees de Durango TBA
Atlético Capitalino Home Away Third
Atlético Ensenada Home Away Third
Atlético Jalisco TBA
Atlético Veracruz Third
Chapulineros de Oaxaca Home Away Third Alternative 1/Alternative 2/Prototype Home
Faisanes de Yucatán Home Away Third
Furia Roja TBA
Halcones de Zapopan TBA
Industriales Naucalpan Home Away Prototype Home/Prototype Away
Jaguares de Jalisco Home
Leones Dorados TBA
Lobos BUAP TBA
Los Cabos F.C.
Neza Home
San José F.C. TBA
Club Veracruzano de Fútbol Tiburón Away Third
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2020.07.25 05:54 Imannyz Liga MX & Ascenso MX 19-20 Kit List Revisited

Because of quarantine, I was finally able to update the kit list for both Liga MX & Ascenso MX teams for the 19-20 season. As I've done for a couple of years now (16-17/17-18/18-19), I have compiled all the kits worn this recent Apertura and Clausura. I've added a femenil section for teams that have a different uniform than the men's like Chivas and Monterrey. I will make a kit list for the 20-21 season which has just started tomorrow Which team do you think had the best kits? which one had the worst?

Liga MX

CLUB HOME AWAY THIRD SPECIAL FEMENIL1 FEMENIL 2
America Home Away Third
Atlas Home Away Third 70 Years of Adidas*
Chivas Home Away Third Femenil Home Femenil Away
Cruz Azul Home Away Third Femenil Home* Femenil Away
Juárez Home Away Third Breast Cancer Awareness
León Home Away Third 75 Year Anniversary Femenil Home Femenil Away
Monterrey Home Away Third Club World Cup Home*/Club World Cup Away* Femenil Home Femenil Away
Morelia Home* Away Third Alternative* Femenil Home Femenil Away
Necaxa Home* Away Third Coca-Collab Collab*
Pachuca Home Away* Third Femenil Home Femenil Away
Puebla Home Away Third 75 Year Anniversary
Pumas UNAM Home Away Third Breast Cancer Awareness*
Querétaro AP 19' Home/CL 20' Home* AP 19' Away/CL 20' Away None
San Luis Home Away* Third
Santos Laguna Home Away Third Breast Cancer Awareness/Goalkeeper Appreciation/Coca-Cola Collab*
Tigres UANL Home Away Third*
Tijuana Home Away None Star Wars Collab 1*/Star Wars Collab 2/Coca-Cola Collab Femenil Home Femenil Away
Toluca Home Away Third
Veracruz Home Away Third Unreleased Kit*
Referee Uniforms
Imgur album to see all Liga MX kits: https://imgur.com/a/plIplSx
Imgur album to see all Liga MX Femenil kits:https://imgur.com/a/ZKoVIwz
MISC INFO*
Atlas "70 Years of Adidas" Kit - Several adidas-sponsored teams like Atlas received a uniform similar in design between each other but having different colors
Cruz Azul Femenil - Identical uniforms to the men's team but have a different crest
Monterrey CWC Home - Created purely for this tournament, it is based on the team's uniforms in the 70s.
Monterrey CWC Away - Identical to their third kit but having a single sponsor to comply with FIFA regulations
Morelia Home - Inspired by their past hoop jerseys
Morelia Alternative - Last year's third kit used in a Copa MX match against Cimarrones
Necaxa Home - Inspired by their 2000 Mundial de Clubes Jersey worned against Manchester United
Necaxa, Santos Laguna, and Tijuana Coca-Cola Collab Jerseys - Never used in games, commercial sponsorship.
Pachuca Away - Inspired by their championship jersey from Clausura 2016
Pumas UNAM Home & Away - Features subtle pre-Hispanic symbols of the sun(Home) and the rain god Tlaloc(Away)
Pumas UNAM Breast Cancer Awareness Kit - Made exclusively for the femenil team
Querétaro - Had Puma as a kit supplier for Apertura 2019 then changed to Charly for Clausura 2020
San Luis Away - Inspired by the club's past colors, Blue and Gold
Santos Laguna Goalkeeper Appreciation - The goalkeeper's uniform used in one game against León to celebrate goalkeepers
Tigres UANL Third - Like in the past, third kits are never worn in matches due to the Club board's rules
Tijuana Starwars Collabs - Sponsorship with Disney to promote Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Veracruz Unreleased Kit - Kit for Clausura 2020 not released due to the disaffiliation of the team

Ascenso MX

CLUB HOME AWAY THIRD SPECIAL
Alebrijes Home Away Third Alternative 1/Alternative 2
Atlante AP 19' Home/CL 20' Home* AP 19' Away/CL 20' Away AP 19' Third
Cafetaleros de Chiapas Home Away Third
Celaya Home Away Third Michel Homage*
Cimarrones Home Away Third
Correcaminos UAT AP 19' Home/CL 20' Home* AP 19' Away/CL 20' Away AP 19' Third/CL 20' Third AP 19' Breast Cancer Awareness/CL 20' Army Appreciation
Dorados Home Away Third Alternative*
Leones Negros UDG Home Away Third Copa Leones Negros*
Loros de Colima Home* Away Third
Mineros Home Away Third*
Potros UAEM Home Away Third
Tampico Madero Home Away Third
Venados Home Away Third
Zacatepec AP 19' Home/CL 20' Home* AP 19' Away/CL 20' Away AP 19' Third*/CL 20' Third*
Imgur album to see all Ascenso MX kits: https://imgur.com/a/UaNlqgs
MISC INFO*
Alebrijes - Inspired by indigenous Oaxaca art
Alebrijes Alternative 1 - Features a slightly different color scheme compared to the third kit
Atlante - Had Kappa as a kit supplier for Apertura 2019 then changed to UIN for Clausura 2020
Celaya Michel Kit - Used in a commerotative match to honor their past Spanish player Michel Gonzalez
Correcaminos UAT - Had Pirma as a kit supplier for Apertura 2019 then changed to Silver Sport for Clausura 2020
Dorados Alternative - Last year's away kit used in a few Copa MX matches
Leones Negros UDG Copa Leones Negros Kit - Made for the team's annual summer cup tourney
Loros de Colima - Kits have been virtually the same for a couple of years
Loros de Colima Third - Never worn in a match
Minero Third Kit - Inspired by indigenous Zacatecas Art
Zacatepec - Had Bee Sport as a kit supplier for Apertura 2019 then changed to Keuka for Clausura 2020
Zacatepec AP 19' & CL 20' Third - Both were ever worn in a match. CL 20' revealed by the designer on twitter a few months after the CL 20' ended due to COVID-19
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2020.07.18 19:27 CheemsBurbgerMac Historia de Venezuela 101: un recorrido a través de las campañas y jingles electorales (1973 - 1988)

Nota: Todos los créditos de creación de este contenido pertencen a pianogirl282. Todas las atribuciones y derechos son atribuidos a este user.
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Primero que nada, quisiera darle gracias a los mods por darme luz verde para escribir y publicar este post.
Desde que estudié la historia de Venezuela en la universidad, desarrollé un interés hacia las cuñas electorales y los jingles políticos. Y bueno, dada la cuarentena, me tomé la tarea de recolectar parte del material relacionado al tema, y decidí escribir este post por cultural general y compartirlo con ustedes.
DISCLAIMER: Aquí no estoy apoyando a ningún bando político en específico ni daré opiniones sobre los candidatos presidenciales como políticos, así que a los que sufren cada vez que leen los nombres de CAP, Caldera o Chávez, por favor respiren y tómense un vaso de agua antes de venir a drenar sus frustraciones aquí.
Empezamos:
Elecciones de 1973: Los candidatos principales fueron Carlos Andrés Perez (Acción Democrática), Lorenzo Fernández (COPEI), Jesús Paz Galarraga (MEP-PCV), José Vicente Rangel (MAS-MIR) y Jóvito Villalba (URD). El ganador fue CAP, quedando Lorenzo Fernández en segundo lugar.
La campaña electoral de 1972-1973 es sumamente importante para la historia política venezolana, debido a que es la primera vez que se implementan recursos como jingles publicitarios, estudios de focus group, estrategias de marketing y también incluyó la presencia de estrategas extranjeros para las campañas electorales, resaltando el caso del Grupo Gallup de Washington, US, que fueron quienes asesoraron mayormente la campaña electoral de CAP. Se dice que la campaña electoral de este periodo también originó el estudio de la opinión pública en el país.
CAP fue el pionero de la publicidad electoral. Su campaña presidencial se basó en las consignas "Ese hombre sí camina" y “Democracia con energía" que lo volvieron un candidato sumamente popular, ya que esas ideas lo acercaron mucho a la población de clase media/baja. Es la primera vez que en Venezuela se vendió un mensaje político. La campaña de CAP también se centró en el petroleo y sus posibilidades como instrumento económico y político.
CAP tuvo la asesoria directa de Clifford White y George Gaither, quienes eran de los mejores talentos de la mercadotecnia, y también trabajó con Chelique Sarabia, quien fue el compositor de sus jingles.
El jingle de CAP para esta campaña sin duda ha sido el más efectivo y popular en la historia del país, titulado "Ese hombre sí camina": Versión corta / Versión larga. La letra y la música fueron altamente efectivas, razón por la que se considera que Carlos Andrés ha sido el político más popular que ha tenido el país junto a Chávez. Su campaña lo vendió como un hombre del pueblo, honesto, reacio, que no tenía miedo a enfrentar a sus adversarios, etc.
Lamentablemente no encontré material audiovisual sobre los otros candidatos.
Elecciones de 1978: En esta oportunidad los candidatos principales fueron Luis Herrera Campins (COPEI) Luis Piñerua (AD), José Vicente Rangel (MAS), Diego Arria (Causa Común) y Luis Beltrán Prieto Figueroa (MEP) El ganador fue Luis Herrera, quedando Luis Piñerua como segundo con más votos.
Se dice que para esta campaña, a pesar de que también hubo asesoría externa de expertos en marketing, hubo un empobrecimiento en el mensaje electoral, aún cuando hubo incremento en la popularidad de los candidatos.
Luis Herrera tuvo una cuña publicitaria sin música, simplemente basada en que la pobreza no debía continuar. La cuña electoral se tituló "Carlota Flores". Aquí otro spot publicitario de LHC con la misma temática.
Sin embargo, a Herrera también se le conoce como el "presidente de la cultura" gracias a los aportes que hizo durante su presidencia a la cultura nacional.
En el caso de Luis Piñerúa, este sí tuvo un jingle político, también compuesto por Chelique Sarabia. Se tituló "¿Con quién estás tú, compañero?".
Nota: esto no es de importancia, pero mi abuela me cuenta que una tía estaba bebé durante esta campaña presidencial y le respondía al televisor "Correcto" cuando pasaban la cuña de Piñerua 😂
Del resto de los candidatos no encontré material audiovisual tampoco.
Elecciones de 1983: Los candidatos principales fueron Jaime Lusinchi (AD), Rafael Caldera (COPEI), Teodoro Petkoff (MAS) y José Vicente Rangel (MEP) El ganador fue Lusinchi, quedando Caldera en segundo lugar.
Para el momento de esta elección, ya la población sentía rechazo ante el gobierno de Herrera Campins, entre otras razones, por el viernes negro del 83. Se atribuye el concepto de "voto castigo" a la victoria de Lusinchi, quien no tenía una gran popularidad o carisma como político, y este tampoco tenía el apoyo de Rómulo Betancourt en AD.
La campaña de Lusinchi fue efectiva, aunque solamente tenía el mensaje electoral de "Sí". El jingle político se tituló "Dile sí a tu país". Es relativamente sencillo, con un caracter marcial y una letra súper simple y patriótica.
En el caso de Caldera, su campaña se basó en la consigna "Un millón de empleos" y además fue altamente personalista, basándose en él como hombre en vez de como político. Esta ocasión fue la quinta vez que Caldera se postuló a una elección presidencial. Su campaña fue impopular, debido a la crisis económica originada en el gobierno de Herrera-Campins, lo cual generó un rechazo hacia COPEI. Sin embargo, se dice que este ha sido el mejor resultado electoral que tuvo en su carrera política.
El jingle de Caldera decía: "Caldera, un hombre de experiencia, que sabe gobernar, un hombre inteligente, que sabe a dónde va" (video aquí)
Campaña electoral de Caldera/COPEI: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Campaña electoral de Lusinchi/AD: 1, 2, 3.
La campaña de JVR tuvo el slogan "Dale una oportunidad" y contó con el apoyo musical de Alí Primera. Tuvo el apoyo de la Liga Socialista junto al MER y PCV. Fue la tercera vez que se postulaba a presidente, y en esta ocasión fue resultado de una división con Teodoro Petkoff. Video aquí de su campaña.
En el caso de Teodoro Petkoff, fue su primera candidatura presidencial, apoyada por el MIR y MAS. Su slogan fue "Salvemos al país del abandono" y básicamente se basó en desprestigiar a gobiernos anteriores. El título de su cuña fue "Hamos vivío mar!" y muestra a una señora en estado de pobreza, cansada de la situación. Aquí la campaña electoral del MIR.
Elecciones de 1988: Los candidatos principales fueron Carlos Andrés Perez (AD), Eduardo Fernández (COPEI) y Teodoro Petkoff (MAS). El ganador fue CAP y quedó Fernández en segundo lugar.
Se mantuvo la misma estrategia de marketing electoral y propaganda proselitista con alta difusión en medios de comunicación. En el caso de CAP, este mantuvo su mismo concepto de hombre popular que le dio la victoria en 1973, pero ahora con la tarea de ganar de nuevo al pueblo, ya que este había perdido simpatía por AD tras la falta de carisma de Lusinchi.
La simpatía de CAP siempre fue el elemento más importante de sus campañas, mostrándolo como un hombre enérgico que estrechaba manos, hablaba con el pueblo, saltaba charcos, etc. En esta oportunidad, CAP contó con el apoyo de distintas celebridades, tal como José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma" y vendió el mensaje electoral basado en el recuerdo de la bonanza petrolera durante su primer mandato, y todos los aspectos postivos que trajo, tal como el programa de becas "Gran mariscal de Ayacucho"
Aquí un video del pianista David Ascanio (beneficiario del programa Ayacucho) formando parte de la propaganda a favor de CAP.
Sus jingles políticos fueron "Fuerza de la esperanza" y "Tamborera", sin embargo también siguió utilizando el muy exitoso "Ese hombre sí camina" de 1973.
Aquí hay un spot publicitario de CAP dando un mensaje, hablando de cómo ha sido un "profeta" originario del Táchira para el pueblo.
La campaña de Eduardo Fernández tuvo la consigna "Eduardo está contigo" y fue altamente criticada, ya que el candidato decidió aumentar su popularidad no solo visitando rancho por rancho, sino además quedándose a dormir en varios hogares de clases populares. Se dice que esto afectó su imagen. Aquí otros videos de su campaña con el apodo de "El tigre" (y aquí otro)
NOTA: Encontré un video electoral de este año, pero de una candidatura de Oswaldo Álvarez Paz, pero no logro ubicar si fue para estas elecciones o las del 93. Si alguien sería tan amable de aclarar, lo agradecería.
¡Gracias por leer! Si este post tiene popularidad, consideraré seguir la línea de tiempo desde 1993 hasta la campaña de Chávez en 2012.
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2020.06.03 21:39 pianogirl282 Historia de Venezuela 101: un recorrido a través de las campañas y jingles electorales (1973 - 1988)

Primero que nada, quisiera darle gracias a los mods por darme luz verde para escribir y publicar este post.
Desde que estudié la historia de Venezuela en la universidad, desarrollé un interés hacia las cuñas electorales y los jingles políticos. Y bueno, dada la cuarentena, me tomé la tarea de recolectar parte del material relacionado al tema, y decidí escribir este post por cultural general y compartirlo con ustedes.
DISCLAIMER: Aquí no estoy apoyando a ningún bando político en específico ni daré opiniones sobre los candidatos presidenciales como políticos, así que a los que sufren cada vez que leen los nombres de CAP, Caldera o Chávez, por favor respiren y tómense un vaso de agua antes de venir a drenar sus frustraciones aquí.
Empezamos:
Elecciones de 1973: Los candidatos principales fueron Carlos Andrés Perez (Acción Democrática), Lorenzo Fernández (COPEI), Jesús Paz Galarraga (MEP-PCV), José Vicente Rangel (MAS-MIR) y Jóvito Villalba (URD). El ganador fue CAP, quedando Lorenzo Fernández en segundo lugar.
La campaña electoral de 1972-1973 es sumamente importante para la historia política venezolana, debido a que es la primera vez que se implementan recursos como jingles publicitarios, estudios de focus group, estrategias de marketing y también incluyó la presencia de estrategas extranjeros para las campañas electorales, resaltando el caso del Grupo Gallup de Washington, US, que fueron quienes asesoraron mayormente la campaña electoral de CAP. Se dice que la campaña electoral de este periodo también originó el estudio de la opinión pública en el país.
CAP fue el pionero de la publicidad electoral. Su campaña presidencial se basó en las consignas "Ese hombre sí camina" y “Democracia con energía" que lo volvieron un candidato sumamente popular, ya que esas ideas lo acercaron mucho a la población de clase media/baja. Es la primera vez que en Venezuela se vendió un mensaje político. La campaña de CAP también se centró en el petroleo y sus posibilidades como instrumento económico y político.
CAP tuvo la asesoria directa de Clifford White y George Gaither, quienes eran de los mejores talentos de la mercadotecnia, y también trabajó con Chelique Sarabia, quien fue el compositor de sus jingles.
El jingle de CAP para esta campaña sin duda ha sido el más efectivo y popular en la historia del país, titulado "Ese hombre sí camina": Versión corta / Versión larga. La letra y la música fueron altamente efectivas, razón por la que se considera que Carlos Andrés ha sido el político más popular que ha tenido el país junto a Chávez. Su campaña lo vendió como un hombre del pueblo, honesto, reacio, que no tenía miedo a enfrentar a sus adversarios, etc.
Lamentablemente no encontré material audiovisual sobre los otros candidatos.
Elecciones de 1978: En esta oportunidad los candidatos principales fueron Luis Herrera Campins (COPEI) Luis Piñerua (AD), José Vicente Rangel (MAS), Diego Arria (Causa Común) y Luis Beltrán Prieto Figueroa (MEP) El ganador fue Luis Herrera, quedando Luis Piñerua como segundo con más votos.
Se dice que para esta campaña, a pesar de que también hubo asesoría externa de expertos en marketing, hubo un empobrecimiento en el mensaje electoral, aún cuando hubo incremento en la popularidad de los candidatos.
Luis Herrera tuvo una cuña publicitaria sin música, simplemente basada en que la pobreza no debía continuar. La cuña electoral se tituló "Carlota Flores". Aquí otro spot publicitario de LHC con la misma temática.
Sin embargo, a Herrera también se le conoce como el "presidente de la cultura" gracias a los aportes que hizo durante su presidencia a la cultura nacional.
En el caso de Luis Piñerúa, este sí tuvo un jingle político, también compuesto por Chelique Sarabia. Se tituló "¿Con quién estás tú, compañero?".
Nota: esto no es de importancia, pero mi abuela me cuenta que una tía estaba bebé durante esta campaña presidencial y le respondía al televisor "Correcto" cuando pasaban la cuña de Piñerua 😂
Del resto de los candidatos no encontré material audiovisual tampoco.
Elecciones de 1983: Los candidatos principales fueron Jaime Lusinchi (AD), Rafael Caldera (COPEI), Teodoro Petkoff (MAS) y José Vicente Rangel (MEP) El ganador fue Lusinchi, quedando Caldera en segundo lugar.
Para el momento de esta elección, ya la población sentía rechazo ante el gobierno de Herrera Campins, entre otras razones, por el viernes negro del 83. Se atribuye el concepto de "voto castigo" a la victoria de Lusinchi, quien no tenía una gran popularidad o carisma como político, y este tampoco tenía el apoyo de Rómulo Betancourt en AD.
La campaña de Lusinchi fue efectiva, aunque solamente tenía el mensaje electoral de "Sí". El jingle político se tituló "Dile sí a tu país". Es relativamente sencillo, con un caracter marcial y una letra súper simple y patriótica.
En el caso de Caldera, su campaña se basó en la consigna "Un millón de empleos" y además fue altamente personalista, basándose en él como hombre en vez de como político. Esta ocasión fue la quinta vez que Caldera se postuló a una elección presidencial. Su campaña fue impopular, debido a la crisis económica originada en el gobierno de Herrera-Campins, lo cual generó un rechazo hacia COPEI. Sin embargo, se dice que este ha sido el mejor resultado electoral que tuvo en su carrera política.
El jingle de Caldera decía: "Caldera, un hombre de experiencia, que sabe gobernar, un hombre inteligente, que sabe a dónde va" (video aquí)
Campaña electoral de Caldera/COPEI: 1, 2, 3, 4.
Campaña electoral de Lusinchi/AD: 1, 2, 3.
La campaña de JVR tuvo el slogan "Dale una oportunidad" y contó con el apoyo musical de Alí Primera. Tuvo el apoyo de la Liga Socialista junto al MER y PCV. Fue la tercera vez que se postulaba a presidente, y en esta ocasión fue resultado de una división con Teodoro Petkoff. Video aquí de su campaña.
En el caso de Teodoro Petkoff, fue su primera candidatura presidencial, apoyada por el MIR y MAS. Su slogan fue "Salvemos al país del abandono" y básicamente se basó en desprestigiar a gobiernos anteriores. El título de su cuña fue "Hamos vivío mar!" y muestra a una señora en estado de pobreza, cansada de la situación. Aquí la campaña electoral del MIR.
Elecciones de 1988: Los candidatos principales fueron Carlos Andrés Perez (AD), Eduardo Fernández (COPEI) y Teodoro Petkoff (MAS). El ganador fue CAP y quedó Fernández en segundo lugar.
Se mantuvo la misma estrategia de marketing electoral y propaganda proselitista con alta difusión en medios de comunicación. En el caso de CAP, este mantuvo su mismo concepto de hombre popular que le dio la victoria en 1973, pero ahora con la tarea de ganar de nuevo al pueblo, ya que este había perdido simpatía por AD tras la falta de carisma de Lusinchi.
La simpatía de CAP siempre fue el elemento más importante de sus campañas, mostrándolo como un hombre enérgico que estrechaba manos, hablaba con el pueblo, saltaba charcos, etc. En esta oportunidad, CAP contó con el apoyo de distintas celebridades, tal como José Luis Rodríguez "El Puma" y vendió el mensaje electoral basado en el recuerdo de la bonanza petrolera durante su primer mandato, y todos los aspectos postivos que trajo, tal como el programa de becas "Gran mariscal de Ayacucho"
Aquí un video del pianista David Ascanio (beneficiario del programa Ayacucho) formando parte de la propaganda a favor de CAP.
Sus jingles políticos fueron "Fuerza de la esperanza" y "Tamborera", sin embargo también siguió utilizando el muy exitoso "Ese hombre sí camina" de 1973.
Aquí hay un spot publicitario de CAP dando un mensaje, hablando de cómo ha sido un "profeta" originario del Táchira para el pueblo.
La campaña de Eduardo Fernández tuvo la consigna "Eduardo está contigo" y fue altamente criticada, ya que el candidato decidió aumentar su popularidad no solo visitando rancho por rancho, sino además quedándose a dormir en varios hogares de clases populares. Se dice que esto afectó su imagen. Aquí otros videos de su campaña con el apodo de "El tigre" (y aquí otro)
NOTA: Encontré un video electoral de este año, pero de una candidatura de Oswaldo Álvarez Paz, pero no logro ubicar si fue para estas elecciones o las del 93. Si alguien sería tan amable de aclarar, lo agradecería.
¡Gracias por leer! Si este post tiene popularidad, consideraré seguir la línea de tiempo desde 1993 hasta la campaña de Chávez en 2012.
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2020.04.05 16:14 fxckingrich A complete list of all Marvel characters owned by Sony

NAMED CHARACTERS :
  1. A’Sai
  2. Abigail Slade
  3. Ace / “Ace” Spencer
  4. Agony / Leslie Gesneria
  5. Alexis Sharp
  6. Alien Symbiote / Alien Costume (origin of the black-suited Spider-Man)
  7. Alison Mongrain
  8. Amanda Saint
  9. Amun / Jon Kasiya
  10. Amy Chen
  11. Andros
  12. Angus (Sandy Aitchinson’s bloodhound)
  13. Angus Munro
  14. Answer, The / Aaron Nicholson
  15. Anti-Venom / Eddie Brock
  16. Antro / Hashi Noto
  17. Anubia / Anubis
  18. Apocalypse (first appearing in Vampire Tales #7)
  19. Arachne / Dr. Sylvia Yacqua
  20. Arachne / Julia Carpenter
  21. Arachne as an alias for Jessica Drew
  22. Araknet, The Spider-God
  23. Araña / Anya (Ana) Sofia Corazon
  24. Ariadne / Julia Carpenter
  25. Ariadne Hyde as an alias for Jessica Drew
  26. Armada
  27. Armand Dubroth
  28. Arnold Strunk
  29. Ashcan / Alexander “Alex” Woolcot
  30. Aura / Annie Herd
  31. Banjo
  32. Barnett, Geoffrey “Boss”
  33. Basilisk / Wayne Gifford
  34. Batwing / James “Jimmy” Santini
  35. Belladonna / Narda Ravanna
  36. Bert Gilmore
  37. Big Man (I) a.k.a. Mr. Big / Frederick Foswell
  38. Bigman (II) / Janice Foswell
  39. Big Wheel, The / Jackson Weele
  40. Binka Ivana
  41. Black Alfred
  42. Black Cat / Felicia Hardy
  43. Black Fox, The / Raul Chalmers
  44. Black Insect Swarm
  45. Black Tarantula (I) / Carlos LaMuerto
  46. Black Tarantula (II) / Fabian LaMuerto
  47. Blackie Gaxton
  48. Blaze (I) / Ashley Crawford, Thomas and Barry (students participating in a hoax)
  49. Blaze (II) / Kirk Donaghue
  50. Blitz
  51. Blitzgeist 2099
  52. Blood Leader
  53. Blood Rose / Richard Fisk
  54. Blood Spider
  55. Blood-Tide
  56. Bloodbath aka Bloodbather, “Subway Vampire Killer”
  57. Bloodlust / Beatta Dubiel
  58. Bloodshed / Wyndell Dichinson
  59. Bloodthirst
  60. Blowtorch
  61. Bluebird (I) / Zora Loftus
  62. Bluebird (II) / Sally Avril
  63. Bombadier
  64. Bomblast / Parmenter
  65. Bones (I) / Rosa Estevez
  66. Bones (II) / Bess Bliss
  67. Morgan Boone
  68. Bounty Hunter / Tommy Barrett
  69. Brainstorm / Jimmy
  70. Bramer
  71. Brother Power / Achmed Korba
  72. Brown Raincoat
  73. Bruno Grainger
  74. Buddy Corbett
  75. Buel a.k.a. Plasmmage, a.k.a. Gremlyn-Lord
  76. Bugeye / Abner
  77. Burglar a.k.a. Carjacker / Carradine
  78. Buzz, The / Jack Jameson
  79. Buzzard
  80. Caesar “Big C” Cicero
  81. Caiman
  82. Calypso / Calypso Ezili
  83. Captain Power / Dr. Christina “Chris” Carr
  84. Captain Zero
  85. Cardiac / Dr. Elias “Eli” Wirtham
  86. Carlyle, nicknamed Carlyle Calamari
  87. Caretaker of Arcturus IV
  88. Carnage / Cletus Kasady
  89. Carrion (I) / Prof. Miles Warren clone
  90. Carrion (II) / Malcolm McBride / Malcolm MacBride
  91. Carrion (III) / Dr. William Allen
  92. Cat a.k.a. Cat Burglar, Prowler
  93. Cat, The / Walter Hardy
  94. Chakane
  95. Chakra
  96. Chameleon, The / Dmitri Smerdyakov a.k.a. Dmitri Kravinoff
  97. Chameleon 2211
  98. Chance / Nicholas Powell
  99. Charles H. “Charlie” Buchanan
  100. Charlie
  101. Charlie Shaddock
  102. Chief Inspector Krahn, RCMP
  103. Clash
  104. Clifton Arliss
  105. Col. Buchinsky
  106. Coldheart / Kateri Deseronto
  107. Commanda / Catherine D’Anton
  108. Commuter / Ron
  109. Conchita Hernandez
  110. Connie Hunt
  111. Conundrum
  112. Cordite
  113. Corona / Dagny Forrester / Dagney Forrester
  114. Crazy Eight
  115. Creaux
  116. Creep
  117. Crime-Master (I) / Nick “Lucky” Lewis
  118. Crime-Master (II) / Nick Lewis, Jr.
  119. Critical Mass / Arnie Gunderson
  120. Crown a.k.a. Hunger
  121. Crushtacean
  122. Cyber Scarlet Spider / Joseph “Joe” Wade
  123. Cyber-Spider / Peter “Pete” Benjamin Parker
  124. Cyber-Hunters
  125. Cyberslayers
  126. Cyborg X
  127. Cyclone / André Gerard
  128. D.K. / David Kalen
  129. Daniel Lindy
  130. Dark Angel as an alias for Jessica Drew
  131. Dark Mairi of the Shore / Mairi
  132. Darter / Randy Vale
  133. Daze
  134. Dead Aim
  135. Deadmaker / Anatolovich
  136. Dealer, The
  137. Death-Flame
  138. Delilah
  139. Demogoblin / an unknown demon fused with Jason Philip “The Hobgoblin” Macendale, Jr.
  140. Demon-Fire Cult (villain team)
  141. Dentist, The
  142. Dick Packer
  143. Digger (I)
  144. Digger (II / former mobsters known as “The Vegas Thirteen”, including Freddie Carnevale, Santo Castellani, Jimmy “Little Man” Desanti, Louis Fredone, Tony Mascapone, George Sims and seven others
  145. Discord
  146. Disgraziato
  147. Disruptor / Richard M. Raleigh
  148. Doctor Angst / Jonas Mueller
  149. Doctor Hope
  150. Dr. David Langford
  151. Dr. Emil Kovax – Mordechai (Bloodbath) Kovax’s father
  152. Dr. Jacob Weisenthal
  153. Dr. Jonas Harrow
  154. Dr. Judas Traveller and his Host
  155. Doctor Nero / Dr. Royce Nero
  156. Doctor Octopus (I) a.k.a. “Doc Ock” (I) / Dr. Otto Octavius
  157. Doctor Octopus (II) a.k.a. Lady Octopus, “Lady Ock” / Dr. Carolyn Trainer
  158. Doctor Paine / Dr. Thaddeus Paine
  159. Don Fortunato / Vincente Fortunato
  160. Don Moroni
  161. Doppelganger a.k.a. Spider-Man Doppelganger
  162. Dormouse, The
  163. Doug Powell
  164. Dragons / street gang
  165. Dryrot / Paul Contoni
  166. Duke (first appearing in Spider-Man: The Lost Years #1)
  167. Dumont, Harry
  168. Dusk (I) / Peter Parker
  169. Dusk (II) / Cassie St. Commons
  170. El Muerto / Juan Carlos Estrada Sanchez
  171. El Toro Negro (The Black Bull) / Sergio Torres
  172. El Uno
  173. Electro / Maxwell “Max” Dillon
  174. Electro / Hyper-Electro
  175. Eli Rumsford
  176. Elmak the Light-Shaper
  177. Emilio – Morbius Victim
  178. Empathoid, The
  179. Emperor of the Eastern Galactic Sector
  180. Ephex, The
  181. Equinox a.k.a. Thermodynamic Man, The / Terrence “Terry” Sorenson
  182. Ezekiel / Ezekiel Sims
  183. FACADE (Full Acclimation Combat And Defense Explo-skeleton) / unknown alter ego – suspects include Archer Bryce and Cole Cooper
  184. Fancy Dan (I) / Daniel Brito
  185. Fancy Dan (II) / Dan Rubinstein
  186. Faze
  187. Finisher, The / Karl Fiers
  188. Firearm
  189. Firebrand / Russ Broxtel
  190. Firefist
  191. Firelight / Gabriel “Gabe” O’Hara
  192. Flare
  193. Flipside / Junior – robot
  194. Flying Fox
  195. Fogg / Thomas Fogg
  196. Foreigner, The / Basil, Rafael Sabitini, Lt. Christopher “Kris” Keating and others aliases
  197. Fox, The / Reynard Slinker
  198. Foxy Briggs
  199. Frank Cortese
  200. Frank Cruz / Franz Kraus
  201. Frank Gibbs
  202. Frankie the Fish
  203. Freak
  204. Fusion (I), the Twin Terror / Hubert and Pinky Fusser
  205. Fusion (II) / Wayne Markley
  206. Future Max / Max
  207. Fyodor Rebrov
  208. Gale
  209. Gantry
  210. Gatekeeper, The
  211. Gaunt / Prof. Mendel Stromm
  212. Gauntlet / Alfredo Morelli
  213. Gavin Thorpe
  214. Genetrix
  215. Gentleman, The / Gustav Fiers
  216. George Hill
  217. Gibbon, The / Martin Blank
  218. Goblin, The – from Spider-Man Noir
  219. Goblin God / Peter Parker
  220. Goblin 2099 / Gabriel O’Hara
  221. Goblinettes
  222. Gog (an alien, first appearing in Amazing Spider-Man #103)
  223. Gorath Tenclaws
  224. Gray Goblin, The Gabriel Stacy
  225. “Green goblin” / Nalan Oberoi
  226. Green Goblin, The (I) / Norman Osborn II
  227. Green Goblin, The (II) a.k.a. “The New Goblin” / Harold “Harry” Osborn
  228. Green Goblin, The (III) / Dr. Barton “Bart” Hamilton
  229. Green Goblin, The (IV) / Phillip “Phil” Urich
  230. Green Goblin, The (V)
  231. Green Goblin, The (VI) / Norman “Normie” Harry Osborn
  232. Green Goblin – Ultimate Green Goblin
  233. Green Goblin / Crusher Hogan
  234. Green Goblin / Peter Parker
  235. Green Goblin Construct
  236. Gremlyns, The
  237. Griffins (Demon-Fire Cult member)
  238. Grim Hunter / Vladimir Kravinoff
  239. Gripes
  240. Grizzly / Maxwell Markham
  241. Grunz
  242. Guardian / a hulking, or large, clone of Spider-Man
  243. Gunplay / Miho Mikashi
  244. Gunther Stein
  245. Guy Jones
  246. Hal Goldman
  247. Hammerhead a.k.a. Brain Dead / Joseph
  248. Hardcases (Vic Slaughter’s mercenaries)
  249. Hardshell / Leila Davis
  250. Harrier
  251. Headhunter
  252. Headsman, The
  253. Helleyes
  254. Hermit / Timothy Quail
  255. Hershell (first appearing in Web of Spider-Man #28)
  256. Hobgoblin, The (I) / Roderick Kingsley
  257. Hobgoblin, The (II) / Arnold “Lefty” Donovan
  258. Hobgoblin, The (III) / Ned Leeds
  259. Hobgoblin, The (IV) / Jason Philip Macendale, Jr.
  260. Hobgoblin, The (V)
  261. Hobgoblin 2211 / Robin Bourne
  262. Homo Arachnis / Carlton Drake
  263. Honcho
  264. Honeysuckle Muldoon
  265. Hornet (I) / Peter Parker
  266. Hornet (II) / Eddie McDonough
  267. Human Fly, The / Richard Deacon
  268. Humbug / Prof. Buck Mitty
  269. Hybrid / Scott Washington
  270. Hydro-Man / Morris Bench
  271. Hypertron a.k.a. Bobster / Sturdevant E. “Bob” Robbins
  272. Hypno-Hustler and the Mercy Killers
  273. Iguana, The
  274. Izumi (Spider)
  275. Jack / child-sized clone of Spider-Man
  276. Jackal / Prof. Miles Warren
  277. Jack O’Lantern / Jason Philip Macendale, Jr.
  278. Jackpot (I) / Sara Ehret
  279. Jackpot (II) / Alana Jobson
  280. Jacks / miniature clones of The Jackal and Spider-Man
  281. Jaime Jade
  282. Jake Martino
  283. Jason Havershaw
  284. Jason Tso
  285. Jefferson Bolt
  286. Jennings, Miss
  287. Jeremiah Slade
  288. Jimmy “The Mouth” Tannen
  289. Jimmy-Six / Giacomo Fortunato
  290. Joe Smith a.k.a. “A Guy Named Joe” / Joseph “Joe” Smith
  291. Joey
  292. Joey Beal
  293. Joey Z
  294. Jonathon Caesar
  295. Josephine “Joey” Pulaski
  296. Joshua Coolridge
  297. Joystick / Janice Olivia Yanizeski
  298. Justin (Demon-Fire Cult member)
  299. Kaina / Marcy Kane
  300. Kaine / flawed clone of Peter Parker
  301. Kaneshiro
  302. Kangaroo (I) / Frank Oliver
  303. Kangaroo (II) / Brian Hibbs
  304. Katabolik
  305. Kid Ock / Oliver “Ollie” Osnick
  306. Killerwatt
  307. Killshot
  308. Klara – Mordechai (Bloodbath) Kovax’s mother
  309. Knight / Malcolm Knight
  310. Knockout / Elizabeth Rawson
  311. Komodo (first appearing in Scarlet Spider Unlimited #1)
  312. Kraven The Hunter (I) / Sergei Kravinoff
  313. Kraven The Hunter (II) / Alyosha “Al” Kravinoff
  314. Kraven (III) / Ana Tatiana Kravinoff
  315. Kurudred the Blood Drinker a.k.a. Tyrant of Dolara, a.k.a. Master of the Night Spawn
  316. Kwaku Anasi / Spider-Man
  317. Lace
  318. Larry Arnold
  319. Lasher (I) / Ramon Hernandez
  320. Lasher (II)
  321. Leather
  322. Legar, Miguel
  323. Lena Ivana and her “Amulet of Change”
  324. Leroy Tallon
  325. Leticia Mason
  326. Lightmaster (I) / Dr. Edward Lansky
  327. Light-Master (II
  328. Lightning Fist
  329. Living Brain, The
  330. Lizard, The / Dr. Curtis “Curt” Connors
  331. Lizard Offspring
  332. Lobo Brothers, The / Carlos and Eduardo Lobo
  333. Loop Lash
  334. Looter, The a.k.a. Meteor Man / Norton G. Fester
  335. Lucky Lobo / Francisco Lobo
  336. Mad Jack / Daniel Berkhart & Maguire Beck
  337. Mad Hatter, The
  338. Madam Web / Madame Web / Cassandra Webb
  339. Madame Fang
  340. Madame Fate
  341. Mandy Tyler
  342. Major Toler Weil
  343. Malo
  344. Man-Monster a.k.a. Smasher
  345. Man-Mountain Marko / Michael Marko
  346. Manslaughter Marsdale / Marsdale
  347. Man-Spider / Peter “Pete” Benjamin Parker
  348. Man-Spider / Antoine Tarantella
  349. Man-Spider – 1994 Spider-Man television series
  350. Man-Wolf / Starwolf / Ultimate Man-Wolf / Col. John Jameson
  351. Mary Slade
  352. Mass Carnage
  353. Master Monarch
  354. Master of Vengeance / Dwight Faron
  355. Master Planner / Dr. Otto Octavius
  356. Master Programmer / artificial intelligence, based on the mind of Dr. Otto Octavius
  357. Medea
  358. Medgar DuPaul
  359. Megawatt / Dirk Leyden
  360. Menace / Lily Hollister
  361. Meteor Man / Norton G. Fester
  362. Mindblast / Danielle Forte
  363. Mindworm / William Turner
  364. Mirage / Desmond Charne
  365. Misery / Melissa Carsdale
  366. Miss Arrow / Ero
  367. Mister Negative / Martin Li
  368. Molten Man / Mark Raxton
  369. Molten Man / Charles “Charlie” Weiderman
  370. Monster of the Moors aka The Madman of Mansion Slade
  371. Montana (I) / Jackson W. Brice
  372. Montana (II) / Montana Bale
  373. Morbius the Living Vampire / Dr. Michael Morbius
  374. Morlun
  375. Morris “The Snake” Diamond
  376. Morris Forelli
  377. Morty Phillips
  378. Mouth
  379. Mr. Brownstone / Garrison Klum
  380. Mr. Nacht
  381. Mr. Nobody
  382. Mr. P. & Mr. Q
  383. Mr. Zodiac / Astro; sometimes in persona as Jane Virgo
  384. Ms. Fortune / Laura
  385. Mud-Thing / Sandman (Flint Marko/William Baker) and Hydro-Man (Morris Bench) fused together
  386. Murder[er] By Spider
  387. Muse / Shannon Fitzpatrick
  388. Mutilation Killer, The
  389. Mysterio (I) / Quentin Beck, sometimes posing in character under aliases like Dr. Ludwig Rinehart
  390. Mysterio (II) / Daniel “Dan” Berkhart
  391. Mysterio (III) / Francis Klum
  392. Myth Monster, The
  393. Nails Hogan
  394. Nardi
  395. Nautilus
  396. Nightwatch / Dr. Kevin Barry Trench
  397. Nichols (first appearing in Morbius #2)
  398. Nocturne / Angela Cairn
  399. Ogre
  400. Oliver (Sister Saint’s servant)
  401. Operator, The / Lenny Flynn
  402. Orbit (member of the Spacemen)
  403. Ortega, Alberto
  404. Ortega, Pilar – Alberto Ortega’s wife
  405. Osborn, Norman – clone
  406. Osborn, Normie III
  407. Osborne, Norman – from 1602
  408. Other, The / otherwordly being with Spider-Man’s powers
  409. Overdrive
  410. Override / Dr. Gregory “Greg” Herd
  411. Ox, The (I) / Raymond Bloch
  412. Ox, The (II) / Ronald Bloch
  413. Ox, The (III) / Bruno Sanchez
  414. Pale Rider
  415. Parasite
  416. Patch (I) / Frederick Foswell
  417. Patch (II)
  418. Paul Tannen
  419. Persuader, The / Roland Rayburn
  420. Phage / Carl Mach
  421. Phelps (boss of the Jagged Club)
  422. Phillip Cussler, Sr.
  423. Phineas T. Coroner
  424. Phreak / Steve Petty
  425. Pigeon
  426. Piranis
  427. Pity
  428. Poison / Cecelia Cardinale and the other-dimensional entity named Ylandris
  429. Poison / MacDonald “Mac” Gargan
  430. Poison-Lark
  431. Polestar
  432. Primal Lizard
  433. Pro
  434. Prodigy (I) / Peter Parker
  435. Prodigy (II) / Richie Gilmore
  436. Prodigy, The
  437. Proto-Goblin / Nels Van Adder
  438. Prowler, The (I) / Hobie Brown
  439. Prowler, The (II) / “The Cat”
  440. Prowler, The (III) / Rick Lawson
  441. Pulse-2
  442. Pulse-3
  443. Pulse-4
  444. Puma, The / Thomas Fireheart
  445. Purty Larry
  446. Pyromania
  447. Quorum
  448. Rabbi Krause
  449. Ramshot / Samuel Caulkin
  450. Ranger, The (first appearing in Peter Parker: Spider-Man #1)
  451. Rapier / Dominic Tyrone
  452. Raptar
  453. Rasheed ven Garmchee
  454. Rattler / Henry Bingham
  455. Raul Quentino
  456. Ravage
  457. Rayessa
  458. Razorback / Buford Hollis
  459. Razorwire (I)
  460. Razorwire (II)
  461. Reaper (first appearing in Vampire Tales #7)
  462. Reapers / street gang
  463. Red / Norman Osborn
  464. Red Nine / Wallace Jackson
  465. Reid (first appearing in Morbius #25)
  466. Replicoids / duplicates of Richard and Mary Parker
  467. Reverend Daemond aka Daemond the Sorcerer
  468. Rhino, The a.k.a. Mecha-Rhino / Alex O’Hirn, born as Aleksei Mikhailovich Sytsevich
  469. Ricochet (I) / Peter Parker
  470. Ricochet (II) / Johnathon “Johnny” Gallo
  471. Ridgeway, Meg
  472. Rigor
  473. Riot / Trevor Cole
  474. Ripster
  475. Roberto DeNatale
  476. Robot Master / Prof. Mendel Stromm
  477. Rocket Racer / Robert Farrell
  478. Roland Treece
  479. Rose, The (I) a.k.a. Blood Rose / Richard Fisk
  480. Rose, The (II) / Det. Sgt. Blume
  481. Rose, The (III) / Jacob Conover
  482. Sandman, The / Flint Marko, born as William Baker, a.k.a. Sylvester Mann
  483. Sandstorm / Tony Trainor
  484. Sandy Aitchinson
  485. Sarah Stacy
  486. Satellite
  487. Savage Fin
  488. Scar the Stalker / Brian Lash – Loop’s son
  489. Scarlet Spider (I) / Ben Reilly
  490. Scarlet Spider (II) / Joseph “Joe” Wade
  491. Scarlet Spider (III) / Michael
  492. Scarlet Spider (IV) / Van
  493. Scarlet Spider (V) / Patrick
  494. Scarlet Spider (VI) / Chu Chi Huan
  495. Scarlet Spider (VII) / Felicity Hardy
  496. Schemer, The / Richard Fisk
  497. Schizoid Man / Chip Martin
  498. Scorcher, The / Steven Hudak
  499. Scorpia / Elaine Coll
  500. Scorpion, The / MacDonald “Mac” Gargan
  501. Scream / Donna Diego
  502. Screech / Maxwell “Max” Taylor
  503. Screwball
  504. Scrier / Charles Bates
  505. Scrier, Jr. a.k.a. Scrier Junior / Matthew DeRoma
  506. Sean Dunne
  507. Sentry (I) / Curtis Elkins
  508. Sentry (II) / Senator Stewart Ward
  509. Seth Youngblood
  510. Shade / Jake
  511. Shadrac (I) / Gray Dolman
  512. Shadrac (II) / Dr. Gregory “Greg” Herd
  513. Shaker
  514. Shaman / Threetrees
  515. Shathra / Sharon Keller
  516. Shell
  517. She-Venom (I) / Anne Weying
  518. She-Venom (II) / Patricia Robertson
  519. Shiwa ven Garmchee
  520. SHOC / Neal Aiken, born Todd Fields
  521. Shocker / Herman Schultz
  522. Shot
  523. Shriek / Sandra Deel a.k.a. Frances Louise Barrison
  524. Silence-1
  525. Silence-2
  526. Silver Sable / Silver Sablinova
  527. Silvermane / Silvio Manfredi
  528. Simon Stroud
  529. Sin-Eater (I) / Det. Stanley “Stan” Carter
  530. Sin-Eater (II) / Michael Engelschwert
  531. Sin-Eater (III) / Emil Gregg
  532. Sister Saint aka Mrs. Agnes
  533. Sister Sun Sha Shan
  534. Six-Armed Spider-Man / Peter “Pete” Benjamin Parker
  535. Skinhead / Edward “Eddie” Cross
  536. Skull-Jacket
  537. Slambeaux
  538. Slasher, The / Elyse Nelson
  539. Sleeper
  540. Slime / sentient empathic slime within NYC sewers
  541. Slyde / Jalome Beacher
  542. Smithville Thunderbolt, The (I) / Fred Hopkins
  543. Smithville Thunderbolt, The (II) / Ludlow Grimes
  544. Smythe (I) / Prof. Spencer Smythe
  545. Smythe (II) / Alistair Alphonso Smythe
  546. “Snake” Sanchus
  547. Snaky Duvall
  548. Sneak Thief
  549. Sorcerer, The / Jonathan East
  550. Spark
  551. SpellCheck / Benjamin “Ben” Pancake
  552. Spider / Peter Parker-Carnage symbiote
  553. Spider (1602) / Peter Parquagh
  554. Spider Clone / Ben Reilly
  555. Spider-Amoeba
  556. Spider-Carnage / Ben Reilly and the symbiote Carnage
  557. Spidercide / clone of Spider-Man
  558. Spider-Demon / Demon Spider-Man
  559. Spider-Girl (I) / May “Mayday” Parker
  560. Spider-Girl (II) / Betty Brant
  561. Spider-Girl 2020 / May Parker
  562. Spider-Hybrid, The
  563. Spider-Kid / Oliver “Ollie” Osnick
  564. Spider-Lizard / Peter “Pete” Benjamin Parker
  565. Spider-Man (I) / Peter “Pete” Benjamin Parker
  566. Spider-Man (II) / Ben Reilly
  567. Spider-Man (III) / Miles Morales
  568. Spider-Man (IV) / Gerry Drew
  569. Spider-Man 2099 / Miguel O’Hara
  570. Spider-Man 2211 / Dr. Max Borne
  571. Spider-Man imposter / Ron Corbett
  572. Spider-Man imposter / Marc Noletti
  573. Spider-Man imposters / David, Mike and a third, unnamed actor
  574. Spider-Man: India / Peter Prabhakar
  575. Spider-Man Noir / Peter Parker
  576. Spider-Man Robot a.k.a. el Arana del Diablo (The Spider of the Devil, or Devil’s Spider)
  577. Spider-Slayers / various “Marks” of robots
  578. Spider-Venom
  579. Spider-Wasp / Sharon Keller
  580. Spider-Woman (II) / Julia Cornwall Carpenter
  581. Spider-Woman (III) / Martha “Mattie” Franklin
  582. Spider-Woman (IV) / Charlotte Witter
  583. Spider-Woman (V) / Mary Jane “MJ” Watson
  584. Spider-Woman / May “Mayday” Parker
  585. Spider-Woman / unnamed female, Earth 92124
  586. Spider-X / Brian Kornfield
  587. Spindrifter / Marandi Sjörokker
  588. Spinneret
  589. Spoiler, The
  590. Spot / Dr. Johnathon Ohnn / Dr. Jonathan Ohnn
  591. Squid, The / Don “Donny” Callahan
  592. Stag Beetle, The / Krolnek
  593. Stalker
  594. Stampede
  595. Starngore / Maxwell “Max” Dillon
  596. Steel Spider / Oliver “Ollie” Osnick
  597. Stegron the Dinosaur Man / Dr. Vincent Stegron
  598. Stone / Gerald Stone
  599. Strongarm / Cary Armstrong
  600. Stunner / Angelina Brancale
  601. Styx / Jacob Eishorn
  602. Sugar Face
  603. Sundown / Dr. David Patrick Lowell
  604. Supercharger / Ronald “Ronnie” Hilliard
  605. Swift-1
  606. Synario / Angela Bradford
  607. Synthetic Man, The a.k.a. The Hollow Man / robot into which The Sorcerer projects his consciousness
  608. System
  609. Tadj (first appearing in Morbius #30)
  610. Tangle
  611. Tara
  612. Tara and the Children of the Comet
  613. Tarantula (I) / Anton Miguel Rodriguez
  614. Tarantula (II) / Capt. Luis Alvarez
  615. Tarros
  616. Tendril / River Verys
  617. Terrier (II) / Gordon “Gordo” Savinsky
  618. Therak / Theodore “Theo” Davros
  619. Thermite
  620. Thousand, The / Carl King
  621. “Three Fingers” Eddie Enders
  622. Thunderclap / Stanly George Johnson
  623. Timespinner / robot created to impersonate Spider-Man
  624. Tinkerer, The (I) a.k.a. The Terrible Tinkerer / Phineas T. Mason
  625. Tinkerer, The (II) / Elijah Stern
  626. Tom Cochrane
  627. Tombstone / Lonnie Thompson Lincoln
  628. Tordenkakerlakk a.k.a. The Thunder Cockroach
  629. Toxin / Patrick “Pat” / “Paddy” Mulligan
  630. Toy / robot created by The Tinkerer
  631. Tracer
  632. Troglodyte
  633. Turbine / Joline Cargill
  634. Twit
  635. Typeface / Pvt. Gordon “Geordie” Thomas
  636. Uber-Machine
  637. Undertaker, The / Conrad Eisenstadt
  638. Vaalu
  639. Vacuum
  640. Valeri Kasatanov
  641. Ven-orpion / MacDonald “Mac” Gargan (aka The Scorpion)
  642. Venom (I) / Edward Charles “Eddie” Brock
  643. Venom (II) / Angelo Fortunato
  644. Venom (III) / MacDonald “Mac” Gargan
  645. Venom (IV) / Daniel Jackson
  646. Venom / “Black Ops” Venom / Flash Thompson
  647. Venom / “The Suit” Venom / Eddie Brock, Jr.
  648. Venom / Edward Saks
  649. Venom / Spider-Girl, May “Mayday” Parker
  650. Venom 2099
  651. Venture
  652. Vermin / Edward Whelan
  653. Vic Slaughter
  654. Vince Granetti
  655. Vincent “Vince” Tannen
  656. Virus, The / Corman
  657. Vladimir (first appearing in Morbius #25)
  658. Vladimir Kravinoff
  659. VR-39 / Master Programmer’s cyberspace creation
  660. Vulture 2099, The
  661. Vulture, The (I) / Adrian Toomes
  662. Vulture, The (II) / Blackie Drago
  663. Vulture, The (III) / Dr. Clifton Shallot
  664. Warfare
  665. Warrant / Gray Garrison / Grey Garrison
  666. Webber
  667. Web-Man
  668. Wendigo, The / elemental creature (first appearing in Amazing Spider-Man #277)
  669. Wes Cassady / Wesley Cassady
  670. Whiplash / Leean Foreman
  671. Whisper-3
  672. White Dragon
  673. White Rabbit / Lorina Dodson
  674. Wild Whip
  675. Will O’The Wisp / Jackson Arvad
  676. Willy Stein
  677. Winston Shepherd
  678. Winston Walker
  679. Wraith, The / Brian DeWolff
  680. Wysper / Jennifer “Jenny” Stewart
  681. Xanja
  682. XP-2000 a.k.a. XP
  683. Yith
  684. Yokai (The Damned)
Teams/Groups/Gangs :
  1. Amazing Siskinsky Sisters, The / Sophie Siskinsky and her sisters
  2. Anarchists for Freedom
  3. Arcane Order of the Night / Andrew Carpathian and his cult members
  4. ARES (Assassination, Revolution, Extortion, and Sabotage)
  5. Band of Baddies
  6. Banko Squad / armed robbers
  7. Barons, The / street gang
  8. Bedrocks
  9. Black Apostles, The
  10. Black Hoods, The / terrorists in Northern Ireland
  11. Blazing Skulls muggers
  12. Blue Boys / criminal gang
  13. Brll’nah>Zhhk<, The / alien race
  14. Cabal of Scriers, The
  15. Cell-12
  16. Cult of the Jackal
  17. Death Squad
  18. Deathweb
  19. Destructoids
  20. Diggers / Life Foundation operatives
  21. Dragon Lords, The / White Dragon, Tommy Li and other street gang members
  22. Enforcers, The
  23. Exterminators, The / team of villains led by The Chameleon
  24. Femme Fatales
  25. First-Strikers; Magenta, Brown, Red, Green – villains
  26. Foragers (Packrat and Solly)
  27. Gathering of Five
  28. Intruders, The
  29. John, Paul, Ringo, and George (teenage thugs, first appearing in Spectacular Spider- Man #110)
  30. Jury, The
  31. League of Three Threes, The
  32. Legion of Light
  33. M’Sieu Tete’s Gang (Goldie, Shiner and Silent Joe)
  34. Maryjanes
  35. Masters of Mayhem
  36. Meridian Institute
  37. Misfits (group featuring Spider-Kid but for the sake of clarity, specifically excluding Frog-Man and Toad)
  38. Mimes, The
  39. Monks of the Hidden Temple, The / High Priest (Guardian of the Light), Giant One and other guardian monks
  40. National Crime Syndicate
  41. New Enforcers, The
  42. Order of the Goblin, The
  43. Outlaws, The
  44. Penny Ant-Es
  45. People’s Liberation Front / terrorist group
  46. Praetorian Guard, The
  47. Protectors / Life Foundation mercenaries
  48. Q-4 / Russian mercenaries
  49. Rat Pack (a criminal gang, first appearing in Amazing Spider-Man #220)
  50. Ricardo, Freddy and Dumbo
  51. Rogues, The
  52. Shadowforce Alpha
  53. Silencers / mercenaries
  54. Silver Squad, The
  55. Sinister Seven, The
  56. Sinister Six, The
  57. Sinister Syndicate, The
  58. Sinister Twelve, The
  59. Sisterhood of the Wasp, The
  60. Slingers, The
  61. Snake Clan / Faire de Lain and his followers in their Peruvian tribe
  62. Spacemen, The
  63. Spider Clan / Taran, High Priestess of the Temple of the Great Weaver, and her followers in their Peruvian tribe
  64. Spidergirls
  65. Spider Society, The
  66. Spider-Man Revenge Squad, The a.k.a. The Legion of Losers
  67. Spider-Squad / 3 unnamed criminals (a strongman, an acrobat, and a tumbler)
  68. Stalkers
  69. Students of Love / Teacher, Brother Bruce, Brother Guy, Brother Lenny, Sister Betty (Betty Brant), Sister Jane, Sister Kate (Kate Cushing) and other cult members
  70. Subhumans, The / NYC sewer-dwellers who assist Morbius
  71. Team Spider
  72. Technomancers, The and their Menagerie / Master Om, Maegis Gunther Senreic, Maegis Hamilton Cromwell and others
  73. Terror Unlimited / terrorist group
  74. Tiger’s Claw, The (street gang)
  75. Timmy, Chester and Myron (former A.I.M. agents who tried to steal Hypertron 1.0)
  76. Time-spinners – Spider-Man 2211
  77. Ultimate Enforcers, The
  78. Universal Liberation Army / terrorist group
  79. Venom Task Force / Det. Clark, Det. Steen and other members of the police task force
  80. Vulturions
  81. Waiters, The / tuxedo-wearing assassins
  82. Warzone / Alpha, Bravo, Charlie and Delta
  83. Wicked Brigade, The
  84. Wild Pack / The Delta Team - band of mercenaries led by Silver Sable
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2020.02.10 20:52 ZeroLolisPlan The Venerated Loboa! It Is Unveiled At Last! The Worst Puebla Player of the Decade!!!!!

The complete intro of the two previous The 20/11 Rule How Teams Are Doing can be here. Just a little house-keeping thing for me to have around and for you if anyone actually liked whatever happened.
Loboa, The Abridged Bio
Eisner Loboa was – no, is, because he’s still playing somewhere in South America – a Colombian-born football player who plied his trade as either a left or right midfielder and enjoyed going deep into the opponent's box, though he never scored a lot of goals during his career. His adventure through football land began in 2006 for Deportivo Cali in his home country of Colombia, appearing only seventeen times with the club, until 2010 when he was loaned to Deportivo Pasto, another club in Colombia but at the time played in the second division, with the hopes of gaining some minutes there. Didn’t really work out though, so he packed up his bags, said goodbye to his family, and set sail for new land with a rich culture and a new professional football league: Chinese Super League. There he arrived at his new club Shanghai Greenland Shenhua, which resides in Shanghai, as the name implies, with renewed hopes to finally establish himself as a regular player. Loboa was only in China for six months, appearing fifteen times with eight of them coming off the bench, the goal of becoming a starter kind of didn’t go so well, but he did enough. He received a call to once again go to a foreign land, not on a loan this time, because you see Loboa had been bought, no longer owned by Deportivo Cali, and his destination was Leon, a Mexican club that played in the Ascenso MX, his new owners.
Mexico Lindo
The Ascenso MX, or as it was known before 2012, Primera A, has always been a league with major instability. Loboa arrived at an Ascenso MX that looks very different from what it does today, there were a total of 16 teams, only five of which are still in the league: Leones Negros, Correcaminos, Celaya, Dorados, and Merida. The rest have either disappeared – Lobos BUAP, Veracruz, Neza, Altamira, Morelos, and Indios – or currently in the Liga MX – Necaxa and Leon – or have gone down to lower divisions – Cruz Azul Hidalgo, Irapuato, and La Piedad. None of that really matters though. Eisner Loboa was signed before the start of the Clausura 2012 season, where he had hopes of becoming a starter. He continued to be a sub player, making sixteen appearances in the regular season with twelve of them being from off the bench. Nevertheless, he had finally made an impact, he scored goals, 3 of them, and he was playing well. At age 24 Eisner Loboa under Gustavo Matosas had clicked as an impact sub, and the team was the undisputed leader of the Ascenso MX that season, beating Lobos BUAP 7-2 aggregate for the Clausura Championship; culminating with a 6-2 aggregate win over Correcaminos for a spot in the Liga MX, Leon was a first division team after so long.
El Bi and the Rise of Loboa
Being a team in the Liga MX is never easy, it’s a tough business that very few can manage. Being a recently promoted team in the Liga MX is never easy, from the beginning there’s a huge disadvantage, everything is stacked against the team, and most fail to stay up. There are various strategies a team can employ to stay afloat, and by many, I mean two important ones. Pump money into the team to buy first division class players with the intention of having their higher quality be good enough to become a decent team. Or stick it out with the promoted players, the ones that have been with the team, manager, and fans, with the hopes that they will be good enough. Leon stuck to the latter, most of the squad was retained with a few new signings and Matosas was given the green light to keep the historic Leon in the Liga MX for good. Eisner Loboa was kept, he had done well in the Ascenso MX and was owned by Leon. Now in the Liga MX Loboa had new hopes to be a starting player, finally, his work had paid off, from the Apertura 2012 to the Clausura 2014, he would appear 68 times for Leon, with 43 of them being as a starter, as well as participating in the Copa Libertadores. He was a part of the squad that won both the Apertura 2013 and Clausura 2014 championships. He was an important piece in the historic Bicampeon Leon, a well-loved player in the fanbase. Then during the transfer season of the summer of 2014, from the halls of the hotel where the draft was once held, came one of the bombas del mercado. Eisner Loboa was going to Puebla.
The Arrival of the Venerated Loboa
At the time of Loboa’s unexpected transfer to Puebla, he had hit his peak market value: $1.14 million US dollars. Why was someone worth that much going to Puebla, a team that was going through a very rough time? No one knows, I mean someone knows, it’s just not any one of us, only the people in Leon and Puebla at the time know. Nonetheless, a deal had been struck, Loboa was to head to Puebla on a year-long loan.
In Puebla this signing was met with much anticipation, the team was preparing for a fight to finally leave any fear of relegation in the past. The other signings on the season had left the fans a bit cold, most of the extranjeros had little clout in the Liga MX like Jhon Fredy Pajoy and Wilberto Cosme, others were just decent players like the return on Luis Noriega or Luis Loroña, then there were the obligatory loaned players, like Rodolfo Cota from Pachuca; Luis Esqueda from Queretaro; Marlon de Jesus Pabon from Monterrey; the list goes one. The biggest signing thus far was the legend himself Cuauhtémoc Blanco, but he was like forty years old. To make matters worse, there had been a major shake-up in the squad thanks to the departure of key players. Matias Alustiza was leaving the squad for the first time since arriving back in the Apertura 2012, as was Carlos Sanchez (Yes, the same one that was in Monterrey two years ago, the River Plate player, that scoundrel.) whose one year loan was over and was more than happy to leave this shipwreck behind for River Plate. Just those two were some of the brightest spots in the weak squad from last season, but the one departure that really hurt the most was everyone’s favorite American: Damarcus Beasley. After the Clausura 2014, Beasley felt it was time to go back home to the MLS, after more than a decade of having left the US.
By the time the presentation of the team before the fans in the Estadio Cuauhtémoc rolled around, the total number of signings was fourteen - I don’t even remember when the presentation happened, the opening game was against Xolos on July 18, so it must have been a week earlier – there was, admittedly a little bit of hope surrounding the team, sure most the new arrivals were decent to troncos at best, but with Eisner Loboa? Perhaps Ruben Omar Romano could breathe some life into the older players, and the new extranjeros might turn out to be serviceable, add those together to the quality of Loboa, then we might have a shot at having a good tournament. As Romano had said in a press conference a few days earlier, “We have armed a team to compete and be in the top eight.” The fans, all one hundred of them who showed up that chilly morning, held on to that sliver of optimism, as the players were paraded in front of them, going up the catwalk one by one. The barra doing their classic barra things, which is creating hype, (Coincidentally, I remember the barra taking up half of the space in the little section opened of the stadium but looking through photos of the event show that there were very few of them. I guess memory really is the smoothest of liars.) as the players smiled and waved, showing they were happy to be here. Then the announcer said the magic words: Eisner Loboa. The clapping grew louder, you could hear the cheers from the stands, Venga Loboa! Venga Loboa! Venga Loboa! Excitement! Here he came! The man of the hour! Loboa was the man, man! Our ticket to a good tournament, our hopes and dreams rest on your shoulders Loboa, with your skills this could be it!
The Apertura 2014
One can’t know what happens in the locker room, what the coach practices with the players daily, or what emotional state the players are in, but there is one thing we can tell: when the team is playing like garbage. It didn’t really take that long for the team to fall apart honestly. One of the best games of the entire season was the first match, Xolos vs Puebla when my lifelong crush with the Loroña family began thanks to the winning goal by Luis Loroña. Loboa was a starter in that match, alongside other new refuerzos Rodolfo Cota, Efrain Cortes (Who is distinctly remembered for getting a red card then spitting on a Xolos player - I can’t remember their name - and promptly being suspended for a few games, only to get injured on his return and be out for the rest of the season. What fond memories you and I have.), Wilberto Cosme, and others that aren’t too important. The gist is, Loboa, in his debut game with Puebla, did bupkis. It wasn’t entirely his fault, sure, for the most part, he was just kind of there, then when Cortes got sent-off he couldn’t go on the offensive anymore. What the hell, he gets a pass.
Unfortunately for him, the next few games wouldn’t provide many excuses. The next game was against Veracruz, a classic 0-0 tie for a Clasico that was suffocatingly boring, followed by the other fondly remembered match against America that was a loss by four goals to one. I only remember it because Raul Jimenez scored a hat-trick and was immediately sold to Atletico de Madrid, that match was also the birth of the Cuauh meme. The fourth game was Cruz Azul, a 1-0 loss. However, by that point it was already clear to anyone who had watched Puebla play, Loboa was pretty bad, Christ was he bad. In the first three games, he was a literal ghost, nonexistent presence on the field, and merely content to spectate. That Cruz Azul loss? Eisner Loboa was already a bench warmer. He wasn’t even in the next game against Tigres, which was a 1-1 tie, but he was present on the pitch for Monterrey, Romano’s last chance to not be sacked. Puebla lost so he was sacked and replaced with no less than El Chelis, everyone’s favorite schlockmeister.
El Chelis, as we all know, is a very strange creature, both an honest man and a pathological liar, who can very quickly change opinions and contradict himself. When Ruben Omar Romano was sacked after the sixth game, El Chelis was brought in to reinvigorate the team with his patented hyping up, so he quickly started picking his favorites. That’s what El Chelis does you see, he finds the players he is emotionally connected to, which is to say, his friends, and exclusively uses them, everyone else can skydive into the elevator shaft of the Burj Khalifa without a parachute. Eisner Loboa was snubbed, of course, why else would I be telling you this?
Pause, for a moment, what I’ve been relating to you thus far has come from two places, first research, going back through the internet to find the match info from the Apertura 2014, Eisner Loboa’s past, and other things that required a refresher. The primary source has been me, my memory, what I remember from those days of antiquity because I was already neck-deep in this Puebla craze that started in 2010. Unfortunately, things that may have been important, such as the entire roster of Puebla from the 2014-2015 football year or the lineups or when a manager was sacked, five years ago have been cast out by memory; likewise, we live in a time where everything can be documented and accessed easily, but the Liga MX or Puebla for that matter, have never been that smart. I say this to you now, upfront because I can’t remember if Loboa was snubbed by Chelis or was simply injured and the internet can’t remember either.
For the next four games Eisner Loboa was not considered by El Chelis, stay at home, no need for you, four games in which Puebla won one (Morelia) and tied three (Queretaro, Jaguares, and Chivas). He had been replaced, in his stead Chelis placed his bets on a young Alfonso Tamay, who was in his prime, and “Messi” Acuña, who was not in his prime; both turned out to be very satisfactory. Certain circumstances by week 11 – against Pumas- meant that Eisner Loboa had to be called up to sit on the bench since the starter now was Jhon Freddy Pajoy, Chelis is very strange, he can never have a consistent line-up even when he has good results. Loboa was subbed in at the 65th minute, the game was tied 1-1, Noriega opened the score at the 29th minute and Lalo Herrera tied at the 48th, for Mario de Luna, a defender, Chelis wanted to win. Well if that was his intention then he failed because Puebla lost. Loboa did nothing, again. This is a recurring theme you see, like in music, the tonic of the piece. Again, those certain circumstances meant that Eisner Loboa was once again relevant, he saw action in every match henceforth, either as a sub-in or as a starter, but never completed a game. He never really had an impact in any of those games, always just kind of… there… participating, but not being the Loboa he was brought in to be. This all culminated in the week 15 match at home against Pachuca (Tie, tie, and loss, were the results of the previous games.), when at half-time, with a score of 1-0, Loboa was subbed in to replace Pajoy to keep up the intensity and hopefully increase the scoreboard. What happened was something a person only gets to witness once, like Haley’s Comet passing by Earth, after 39 minutes on the field Loboa was subbed out for Flavio Santos. The sub had been subbed. In the 39 minutes he was on the field Pachuca tied the game, and he was not helping the team, so he was replaced. El Chelis later in the post-match press conference called it an attitude problem, Loboa wasn’t showing any attitude on and off the field, that’s why he had to sub him out.
The last few games of the season were just as unmemorable as those preceding them, save the last one. Week 17, last game of the season, Puebla vs. Santos. It was the last call to enter the liguilla, Santos needed to win to secure their spot, a tie would leave them in the hands of fate. I can tell you one thing, it wasn’t exciting because of Loboa, he was subbed out at halftime to bring in the real hero: Cuauhtémoc Blanco. Santos had laid all their cards on the tables, they WANTED to win, so by half time they were up two goals with a dazed Puebla that didn’t know what to do. Thanks to the godlike efforts of Cuauh the playing field was evened 2-2, but Santos wasn’t ready to let go of the liguilla dream, and at the 82nd minute Carlos Izquiredoz put the final nail in the coffin with a devastating third goal. Was it over? Of course not! A Santos player, El Chato I think, forfeited a penalty during extra time. Who else but El Cuauh to take the penalty? 3-3, a heart-stopping tie that cock-blocked Santos. With that exciting ending the Apertura 2014 curtain closed for Puebla, a total of 16 points, the product of two victories, 10 ties, and 5 losses. Eisner Loboa played 702 minutes, participated in 12 games, and 8 games as a starter, the relative same numbers he got in one good season at Leon, yet, it was different, in those 702 minutes, 12 games, and 8 starting lineups he did nothing. In 702 minutes, 12 games, and 8 starting lineups all Loboa managed to do was stand around playing safe passes and weak crosses and failed dribbles and no assists and weak plays and get subbed off. In 702 minutes, 12 games, and 8 starting lineups he couldn’t even deliver a scintilla of the talent he had demonstrated at Leon, and if for some reason the planets had aligned while Haley’s Comet was in the sky making a Supermoon that was also a Bloodmoon allowed Eisner Loboa to make a good play or pass, it wouldn’t be one one-billionth of talent he had in him.
Conclusion
Eisner Loboa was loaned to Puebla for a year, the Apertura 2014 and the Clausura 2015, there’s no need to even go into the Clausura 2015, he was no show. He only played 3 games the entire season, for a total of 123 minutes. It was even more miserable than the first season, completely erased from the team, not even considered for the bench, what a low point. Whatever he did with his career after Puebla doesn’t mean anything to me, because Loboa was never the same again. After the year at Puebla he was loaned to Atlas, where he was reunited with Gustavo Matosas, then one season later he was moved to Morelia, afterward, he left the Liga MX and hasn’t returned. He was once valued at $1.14 million US dollars, today is only worth one-fourth of that. Eisner Loboa was the worst signing of the Puebla of the entire decade because of who he was and what he represented, not because he was, objectively speaking, the worst player in Puebla of the decade, far from it. His teammate, Marlon de Jesus Pabon, was an infinitely worse player than him, as was Ivan Bella, or Nano Ramos, or Matias Abelairas, or Carlos Salom, or Armando Wila, or Maicon dos Santos, Edgar Hernandez, Luis Landin, Venado Medina, Daniel Osorno, Jhon Freddy Pajoy, Ezequiel Rescaldani, Isaac Diaz, Ricardo Centurion, Cristian Palacios, Saul Villalobos, Damian Schmidt, Franco Arrizala, Federico Gonzalez, Mauro Cejas, Pablo Caceres, Gabrial Esparza, Jhon Mondragon, all of these players were worse players, but they aren’t the worst signing. Eisner Loboa was THE fichaje bomba; the one who was supposed to rise up as the star player; the one to lead with quality; the one TV pundits were supposed to say, he should be in a better team; the one to save the team from relegation. The one who didn’t transcend, that’s what he was. A disappointment to the fans. No one ever expected anything from the list of players mentioned above, they were troncos, then they left, and nobody gave a damn. Eisner Loboa was different. The hype made the fall even harder; the resentment is greater because we knew there was talent in him. How did he dip in quality so hard? You might say he was never that good, to begin with, the Bicampeon era was his absolute peak, something he would never reach again. Maybe he resented the move to Puebla, he was having success in Leon, he thought Puebla was beneath him, so he wasn’t going to try. Maybe he couldn’t keep his ego in check, but as a card-carrying Puebla fan, I reveal at last! Eisner Loboa, the worst player in the last ten years
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2020.01.26 02:30 detroitlibertype Live Lucha Libre AAA World Wide - We are born to fight Tour 1/25/20- Official Discussion Thread - FREE on Twitch in English & Spanish

AAA's first televised event for 2020 is tonight in Mexico City. The event is called Nacemos para Luchar or We are born to Fight. It's the first Televised show since the death of La Pakra so I expect the show will start with a tribute to him. The main event will be amazing, a Trios match between Psycho Clown and Lucha Bros against Faccion Ingobernable (Rush, L.A. Park, and Bestia del Ring). This match will be full of great moves and intensity, Konnan has announced that Faccion Ingobernable come to destroy AAA but Psycho and Luchas Bros will try to stop them. The Semi-final, it’s about the rivalry Drago and Blue Demon Jr., but today they will have company including Monster Clown's first televised appearance since loosing his mask to Aerostar at Triplemania Regian last month. Personally I'm most looking forward to the opening match for the AAA World Mixed Tag Championship which includes Lady Maravilla's first match against Big Mami since Maravilla lost her hair to Mami at Guerro de Titanes, the final event of the 2019 Total Conquest Tour.
Scheduled Start: 20:00 Local Time (9:00 p.m. EST, AAA is notorious for starting late)   Arena: Pepsi Center WTC, Benito Juárez, Distrito Federal, Mexico  
Capacity: 7,505  
 
Ways to Watch  
Free For All Live  
Twitch.TV in English Bernardo Jose Guzmán and Adrián G. Mendoza  
Twitch.TV in Spanish Jose Manuel Guillen and Former WWE and Current AEW Spanish Announcer Hugo Savinovich  
 
VoD is available via Twitch for Subscribers. Subscription is only $4.99 a month, or FREE with Amazon Prime.  
Spoiler Alert This Live Twitch stream will be cut up into smaller segments to make up the regular AAA TV Show.  
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Announced Card (Subject to Change, even more so because it's AAA)  
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Offical Links and Social Media
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2020.01.25 17:08 Lones1 AAA returns on Twitch Tonight at 9 PM


Here's the matches for tonight.

  1. Big Mami & Niño Hamburguesa vs Dinastía & Lady Shani and Arez & Keyra and Lady Maravilla & Villano III Jr. © [AAA MIXED TAG]
  2. Máscarita Sagrada, Mr. Iguana, Taya vs Abismo Negro Jr., Demus, La Hiedra
  3. Aramis, Myzteziz Jr., Octagón Jr. vs Carta Brava Jr., Mocho Cota Jr., Tito Santana
  4. Hijo Del Vikingo, Murder Clown, Puma King vs Rey Escorpión, Taurus, Texano Jr.
  5. Aerostar, Drago, Pagano vs Blue Demon Jr., Chessman, Monsther Clown
  6. Fénix, Pentagón Jr., Psycho Clown vs La Bestia Del Ring, LA Park, Rush Toro Blanco

9 PM in the East Coast.
6 PM in the West Coast.

English Twitch for AAA.
Spanish language Twitch for AAA.

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2020.01.03 16:37 sconce2600 The List: 2020

Edit 4/9/20: The lineup potentially leaked on the official website, bold names denote the names leaked (this may change upon an official release).
This is a list of acts that are potentially playing OSLs 2020. I intend to update this list via edit from now until the lineup drop. If you want to add someone to this list just comment below and I will modify the list and credit your handle next to the edit. If you want to find someone in particular quickly I suggest you use ctrl F.
POTENTIAL HEADLINERS
POTENTIAL UNDERCARD:
Playing five tracked festivals
Playing four tracked festivals
Playing three tracked festivals
Playing two tracked festivals
Playing one tracked festival
Added by users, not currently playing any heavy crossover festivals so far
The following have appeared at OSLs once before but have not released new material since their first stint and are therefore less likely to appear in 2019 (To date only Beck and Vance Joy have returned WITHOUT new material, making the following acts much less likely)
The following is a list of bands that have played OSLs more than once and the gaps between return performances, considering only five acts have ever played OSLs three times, all acts in this section should be considered less likely than acts that have played OSLs once or never. Note that no act has ever returned quicker than a three year gap, Givers, Fantastic Negrito, and Big Boi were all makeup performances for prior year cancellations.
Headliners
Threepeaters
Three year gap
Four year gap
Five year gap
Six year gap
Seven year gap
Eight year gap
Ten year gap
The following are past lineup drop dates, all lineup drops from 2012 to 2019 have occurred on a Tuesday:
ACTS CONFIRMED PRIOR TO LINEUP DROP:
Clement Marfo: cracked via bigpavelski35 from a Twitter clue video posted by OSLs Twitter.
Orville Peck
Zhu
Tyler, The Creator
Brittany Howard
The Hu
The 1975
Below are names on the potential lineup leak that occurred on 4/9/20 on the official Outsidelands website that were not included on either list:
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2020.01.02 00:24 ErdrickLoto Ligeretrospective Master List: Sixty-two full length matches from the storied career of "The Raging Beast God" Jushin Thunder Liger

Fuji Yamada vs Mark "Rollerball" Rocco: June 13, 1987
Liger vs Owen Hart: NJPW Top Of The Super Junior II, April 28, 1991
Liger and Pegasus Kid vs The Steiner Brothers: NJPW Grand Cross In Hiroshima, April 4, 1994
Liger vs Hayabusa: NJPW Super J Cup Preliminary match, April 16, 1994
Liger vs The Great Sasuke: NJPW Super J Cup Semifinal, April 16, 1994
Liger vs Satoru Sayama: Exhibition match, NJPW and WCW present Wrestling Dontaku in Fukuoka Dome, May 1, 1994
Liger vs "Flyin'" Brian Pillman: WCW Monday Nitro, September 4, 1995
Liger vs Eddie Guerrero: WCW Main Event, September 7, 1995
Liger vs Gran Naniwa: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Quarterfinal, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Ultimo Dragon: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Semifinal, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Gedo: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Final, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Chris Benoit: World Cup Of Wrestling, WCW Starrcade, December 27, 1995
Liger vs The Great Muta: NJPW Super Grade Tag League, October 20, 1996
Liger vs Dr. Wagner Jr.: CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship match, November 15, 1996
Liger vs Rey Mysterio Jr.: WCW Starrcade, December 29, 1996
Liger vs Shinjiro Otani: J-Crown Championship match, NJPW Fighting Spirit, February 9, 1997
Liger vs Koji Kanemoto: IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship match, NJPW Summer Struggle, July 15, 1998
Liger vs Satoshi Kojima: NJPW G1 Climax, August 8, 2001
Liger vs Minoru Suzuki: Mixed Martial Arts fight, Pancrase Spirit 8, November 30, 2002
Liger vs Ebessan: NJPW Best Of The Super Junior X, May 23, 2003
Liger vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru: GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship match, NOAH Departure, July 10, 2004
Liger vs "The American Dragon" Bryan Danielson: Ring of Honor Weekend Of Thunder, November 5, 2004
Liger vs Samoa Joe: TNA Bound For Glory, October 23, 2005
Kishin Liger vs BADBOY Hido: New Japan Pro Wrestling, CTU 2nd Anniversary - CTU Dominate in Korakuen, July 30, 2006
Liger vs Tiger Mask: NJPW Best of the Super Juniors Semifinal match, June 17, 2006
Liger vs Petey Williams: World X Cup Second Round match, TNA Sacrifice, May 14, 2006
Liger and Puma (TJ Perkins) vs Ultimo Dragon and Kazuchika Okada: UWA Hardcore vs Toryumon Japan, May 25, 2007
Liger vs Yujiro Takahashi: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XIV, June 1, 2007
Liger vs Milano Collection A.T.: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XIV, June 8, 2007
Liger vs. CIMA: Open The Dream Gate Championship match, Dragon Gate Pro-Wrestling Festival in Kobe, July 1, 2007
Liger vs Billy Ken Kid: Michinoku Pro 4th Fukumen World League First Round match, August 30, 2007
Legend (Liger and AKIRA) vs No Limit (Naito and Yujiro): IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match, New Japan Brave, April 13, 2008
Liger vs Minoru Tanaka: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XV, June 1, 2008
Liger vs Místico: CMLL Domingos De Coliseo, September 20, 2009
Liger vs Último Guerrero: CMLL World Heavyweight Championship match, September 25, 2009
Liger vs Taiji Ishimori: Pro Wrestling NOAH Autumn Navigation Junior Heavyweight League match, October 15, 2009
Liger vs Delirious: Pro Wrestling NOAH Junior Heavyweight League Semifinal match, November 1, 2009
Liger vs Naomichi Marufuji: NJPW Super J Cup, December 22, 2009
Liger, AKIRA, Kota Ibushi, and Taichi vs Atsushi Aoki, Fujita Hayato, GENTARO, and Jado: NJPW Super J Cup, December 23, 2009
Liger vs. Negro Casas: CMLL World Middleweight Championship match, NJPW Wrestling Dontaku, May 3, 2010
Liger vs "The Notorious 187" Homicide: Jersey All Pro Wrestling Notorious Thunder, May 22, 2010
Liger vs Kota Ibushi: NJPW Best of the Super Juniors XVII, June 6, 2010
Liger vs La Sombra: Campeon Universal del CMLL Tournament Final, August 13, 2010
Liger vs Azrieal vs Bandido Jr. vs Kenny Omega vs B-Boy vs El Generico: Jersey All Pro Wrestling Light Heavyweight Championship match, December 10, 2010
Liger vs Mike Quackenbush: JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship match, Jersey All Pro Wrestling 13th Anniversary Show, December 12, 2010
Liger and Hector Garza vs La Sombra and Mascara Dorada: NJPW Wrestle Kingdom V, January 4, 2011
Liger vs Tony Nese vs Davey Richards: Pro Wrestling Syndicate Supercard, April 4, 2013
Liger and Tiger Mask vs No Mercy (Genba Hirayanagi and Maybach SUWA Jr.): GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match, Pro Wrestling Noah Summer Navigation, August 24, 2013
Liger vs Zack Sabre Jr.: Pro Wrestling NOAH Winter Navigation, November 27, 2013
Liger vs Martin Kirby: Preston City Wrestling Supershow 3, November 15, 2013
Liger and Tiger Mask vs Cho Kibougun (Hajime Ohara and Kenou): Pro Wrestling Noah NTV G Cup Junior Heavyweight Tag League match, August 2, 2014
Liger vs Steve Anthony: NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship match, National Wrestling Alliance/Vendetta Pro Wrestling Casino Royale, April 13, 2015
Liger vs Jay Lethal vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs Mark Briscoe: ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, May 13, 2015
Liger vs Jeff Hardy: Northeast Wrestling's Wrestling Under the Stars 5, August 27, 2016
Liger vs Dalton Castle: Ring of Honor Reloaded Tour, September 24, 2016
Liger vs Ryusuke Taguchi: WhatCulture Pro Wrestling World Cup Japan First Round match, August 7, 2017
Liger and Flip Gordon vs The Briscoe Brothers: ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, May 9, 2018
Liger vs Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters mascot Frep the Fox, June 13, 2018
Liger vs Rocky Romero: NJPW x CEO - When Worlds Collide, June 29, 2018
Liger vs David Finlay: NJPW Lion's Break Project 1, November 10, 2018
Liger vs Caristico vs Negro Casas vs Ultimo Guerrero: CMLL Super Viernes el Adios de Mexico, July 19, 2019
Liger, Keiji Muto, and Kento Miyahara vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (SANADA and BUSHI) and KAI: Kyohei Wada and Fumihito Kihara Produce - The Destroyer Memorial Night - White Masked Demon King Forever, November 15, 2019
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2020.01.02 00:22 ErdrickLoto Ligeretrospective Master List: Sixty-two full length matches from the storied career of "The Raging Beast God" Jushin Thunder Liger

Fuji Yamada vs Mark "Rollerball" Rocco: June 13, 1987
Liger vs Owen Hart: NJPW Top Of The Super Junior II, April 28, 1991
Liger and Pegasus Kid vs The Steiner Brothers: NJPW Grand Cross In Hiroshima, April 4, 1994
Liger vs Hayabusa: NJPW Super J Cup Preliminary match, April 16, 1994
Liger vs The Great Sasuke: NJPW Super J Cup Semifinal, April 16, 1994
Liger vs Satoru Sayama: Exhibition match, NJPW and WCW present Wrestling Dontaku in Fukuoka Dome, May 1, 1994
Liger vs "Flyin'" Brian Pillman: WCW Monday Nitro, September 4, 1995
Liger vs Eddie Guerrero: WCW Main Event, September 7, 1995
Liger vs Gran Naniwa: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Quarterfinal, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Ultimo Dragon: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Semifinal, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Gedo: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Final, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Chris Benoit: World Cup Of Wrestling, WCW Starrcade, December 27, 1995
Liger vs The Great Muta: NJPW Super Grade Tag League, October 20, 1996
Liger vs Dr. Wagner Jr.: CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship match, November 15, 1996
Liger vs Rey Mysterio Jr.: WCW Starrcade, December 29, 1996
Liger vs Shinjiro Otani: J-Crown Championship match, NJPW Fighting Spirit, February 9, 1997
Liger vs Koji Kanemoto: IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship match, NJPW Summer Struggle, July 15, 1998
Liger vs Satoshi Kojima: NJPW G1 Climax, August 8, 2001
Liger vs Minoru Suzuki: Mixed Martial Arts fight, Pancrase Spirit 8, November 30, 2002
Liger vs Ebessan: NJPW Best Of The Super Junior X, May 23, 2003
Liger vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru: GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship match, NOAH Departure, July 10, 2004
Liger vs "The American Dragon" Bryan Danielson: Ring of Honor Weekend Of Thunder, November 5, 2004
Liger vs Samoa Joe: TNA Bound For Glory, October 23, 2005
Kishin Liger vs BADBOY Hido: New Japan Pro Wrestling, CTU 2nd Anniversary - CTU Dominate in Korakuen, July 30, 2006
Liger vs Tiger Mask: NJPW Best of the Super Juniors Semifinal match, June 17, 2006
Liger vs Petey Williams: World X Cup Second Round match, TNA Sacrifice, May 14, 2006
Liger and Puma (TJ Perkins) vs Ultimo Dragon and Kazuchika Okada: UWA Hardcore vs Toryumon Japan, May 25, 2007
Liger vs Yujiro Takahashi: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XIV, June 1, 2007
Liger vs Milano Collection A.T.: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XIV, June 8, 2007
Liger vs. CIMA: Open The Dream Gate Championship match, Dragon Gate Pro-Wrestling Festival in Kobe, July 1, 2007
Liger vs Billy Ken Kid: Michinoku Pro 4th Fukumen World League First Round match, August 30, 2007
Legend (Liger and AKIRA) vs No Limit (Naito and Yujiro): IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match, New Japan Brave, April 13, 2008
Liger vs Minoru Tanaka: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XV, June 1, 2008
Liger vs Místico: CMLL Domingos De Coliseo, September 20, 2009
Liger vs Último Guerrero: CMLL World Heavyweight Championship match, September 25, 2009
Liger vs Taiji Ishimori: Pro Wrestling NOAH Autumn Navigation Junior Heavyweight League match, October 15, 2009
Liger vs Delirious: Pro Wrestling NOAH Junior Heavyweight League Semifinal match, November 1, 2009
Liger vs Naomichi Marufuji: NJPW Super J Cup, December 22, 2009
Liger, AKIRA, Kota Ibushi, and Taichi vs Atsushi Aoki, Fujita Hayato, GENTARO, and Jado: NJPW Super J Cup, December 23, 2009
Liger vs. Negro Casas: CMLL World Middleweight Championship match, NJPW Wrestling Dontaku, May 3, 2010
Liger vs "The Notorious 187" Homicide: Jersey All Pro Wrestling Notorious Thunder, May 22, 2010
Liger vs Kota Ibushi: NJPW Best of the Super Juniors XVII, June 6, 2010
Liger vs La Sombra: Campeon Universal del CMLL Tournament Final, August 13, 2010
Liger vs Azrieal vs Bandido Jr. vs Kenny Omega vs B-Boy vs El Generico: Jersey All Pro Wrestling Light Heavyweight Championship match, December 10, 2010
Liger vs Mike Quackenbush: JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship match, Jersey All Pro Wrestling 13th Anniversary Show, December 12, 2010
Liger and Hector Garza vs La Sombra and Mascara Dorada: NJPW Wrestle Kingdom V, January 4, 2011
Liger vs Tony Nese vs Davey Richards: Pro Wrestling Syndicate Supercard, April 4, 2013
Liger and Tiger Mask vs No Mercy (Genba Hirayanagi and Maybach SUWA Jr.): GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match, Pro Wrestling Noah Summer Navigation, August 24, 2013
Liger vs Zack Sabre Jr.: Pro Wrestling NOAH Winter Navigation, November 27, 2013
Liger vs Martin Kirby: Preston City Wrestling Supershow 3, November 15, 2013
Liger and Tiger Mask vs Cho Kibougun (Hajime Ohara and Kenou): Pro Wrestling Noah NTV G Cup Junior Heavyweight Tag League match, August 2, 2014
Liger vs Steve Anthony: NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship match, National Wrestling Alliance/Vendetta Pro Wrestling Casino Royale, April 13, 2015
Liger vs Jay Lethal vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs Mark Briscoe: ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, May 13, 2015
Liger vs Jeff Hardy: Northeast Wrestling's Wrestling Under the Stars 5, August 27, 2016
Liger vs Dalton Castle: Ring of Honor Reloaded Tour, September 24, 2016
Liger vs Ryusuke Taguchi: WhatCulture Pro Wrestling World Cup Japan First Round match, August 7, 2017
Liger and Flip Gordon vs The Briscoe Brothers: ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, May 9, 2018
Liger vs Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters mascot Frep the Fox, June 13, 2018
Liger vs Rocky Romero: NJPW x CEO - When Worlds Collide, June 29, 2018
Liger vs David Finlay: NJPW Lion's Break Project 1, November 10, 2018
Liger vs Caristico vs Negro Casas vs Ultimo Guerrero: CMLL Super Viernes el Adios de Mexico, July 19, 2019
Liger, Keiji Muto, and Kento Miyahara vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (SANADA and BUSHI) and KAI: Kyohei Wada and Fumihito Kihara Produce - The Destroyer Memorial Night - White Masked Demon King Forever, November 15, 2019
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2020.01.02 00:16 ErdrickLoto Ligeretrospective Master List: Sixty-two full length matches from the storied career of "The Raging Beast God" Jushin Thunder Liger

Fuji Yamada vs Mark "Rollerball" Rocco: June 13, 1987
Liger vs Owen Hart: NJPW Top Of The Super Junior II, April 28, 1991
Liger and Pegasus Kid vs The Steiner Brothers: NJPW Grand Cross In Hiroshima, April 4, 1994
Liger vs Hayabusa: NJPW Super J Cup Preliminary match, April 16, 1994
Liger vs The Great Sasuke: NJPW Super J Cup Semifinal, April 16, 1994
Liger vs Satoru Sayama: Exhibition match, NJPW and WCW present Wrestling Dontaku in Fukuoka Dome, May 1, 1994
Liger vs "Flyin'" Brian Pillman: WCW Monday Nitro, September 4, 1995
Liger vs Eddie Guerrero: WCW Main Event, September 7, 1995
Liger vs Gran Naniwa: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Quarterfinal, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Ultimo Dragon: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Semifinal, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Gedo: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Final, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Chris Benoit: World Cup Of Wrestling, WCW Starrcade, December 27, 1995
Liger vs The Great Muta: NJPW Super Grade Tag League, October 20, 1996
Liger vs Dr. Wagner Jr.: CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship match, November 15, 1996
Liger vs Rey Mysterio Jr.: WCW Starrcade, December 29, 1996
Liger vs Shinjiro Otani: J-Crown Championship match, NJPW Fighting Spirit, February 9, 1997
Liger vs Koji Kanemoto: IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship match, NJPW Summer Struggle, July 15, 1998
Liger vs Satoshi Kojima: NJPW G1 Climax, August 8, 2001
Liger vs Minoru Suzuki: Mixed Martial Arts fight, Pancrase Spirit 8, November 30, 2002
Liger vs Ebessan: NJPW Best Of The Super Junior X, May 23, 2003
Liger vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru: GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship match, NOAH Departure, July 10, 2004
Liger vs "The American Dragon" Bryan Danielson: Ring of Honor Weekend Of Thunder, November 5, 2004
Liger vs Samoa Joe: TNA Bound For Glory, October 23, 2005
Kishin Liger vs BADBOY Hido: New Japan Pro Wrestling, CTU 2nd Anniversary - CTU Dominate in Korakuen, July 30, 2006
Liger vs Tiger Mask: NJPW Best of the Super Juniors Semifinal match, June 17, 2006
Liger vs Petey Williams: World X Cup Second Round match, TNA Sacrifice, May 14, 2006
Liger and Puma (TJ Perkins) vs Ultimo Dragon and Kazuchika Okada: UWA Hardcore vs Toryumon Japan, May 25, 2007
Liger vs Yujiro Takahashi: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XIV, June 1, 2007
Liger vs Milano Collection A.T.: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XIV, June 8, 2007
Liger vs. CIMA: Open The Dream Gate Championship match, Dragon Gate Pro-Wrestling Festival in Kobe, July 1, 2007
Liger vs Billy Ken Kid: Michinoku Pro 4th Fukumen World League First Round match, August 30, 2007
Legend (Liger and AKIRA) vs No Limit (Naito and Yujiro): IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match, New Japan Brave, April 13, 2008
Liger vs Minoru Tanaka: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XV, June 1, 2008
Liger vs Místico: CMLL Domingos De Coliseo, September 20, 2009
Liger vs Último Guerrero: CMLL World Heavyweight Championship match, September 25, 2009
Liger vs Taiji Ishimori: Pro Wrestling NOAH Autumn Navigation Junior Heavyweight League match, October 15, 2009
Liger vs Delirious: Pro Wrestling NOAH Junior Heavyweight League Semifinal match, November 1, 2009
Liger vs Naomichi Marufuji: NJPW Super J Cup, December 22, 2009
Liger, AKIRA, Kota Ibushi, and Taichi vs Atsushi Aoki, Fujita Hayato, GENTARO, and Jado: NJPW Super J Cup, December 23, 2009
Liger vs. Negro Casas: CMLL World Middleweight Championship match, NJPW Wrestling Dontaku, May 3, 2010
Liger vs "The Notorious 187" Homicide: Jersey All Pro Wrestling Notorious Thunder, May 22, 2010
Liger vs Kota Ibushi: NJPW Best of the Super Juniors XVII, June 6, 2010
Liger vs La Sombra: Campeon Universal del CMLL Tournament Final, August 13, 2010
Liger vs Azrieal vs Bandido Jr. vs Kenny Omega vs B-Boy vs El Generico: Jersey All Pro Wrestling Light Heavyweight Championship match, December 10, 2010
Liger vs Mike Quackenbush: JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship match, Jersey All Pro Wrestling 13th Anniversary Show, December 12, 2010
Liger and Hector Garza vs La Sombra and Mascara Dorada: NJPW Wrestle Kingdom V, January 4, 2011
Liger vs Tony Nese vs Davey Richards: Pro Wrestling Syndicate Supercard, April 4, 2013
Liger and Tiger Mask vs No Mercy (Genba Hirayanagi and Maybach SUWA Jr.): GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match, Pro Wrestling Noah Summer Navigation, August 24, 2013
Liger vs Zack Sabre Jr.: Pro Wrestling NOAH Winter Navigation, November 27, 2013
Liger vs Martin Kirby: Preston City Wrestling Supershow 3, November 15, 2013
Liger and Tiger Mask vs Cho Kibougun (Hajime Ohara and Kenou): Pro Wrestling Noah NTV G Cup Junior Heavyweight Tag League match, August 2, 2014
Liger vs Steve Anthony: NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship match, National Wrestling Alliance/Vendetta Pro Wrestling Casino Royale, April 13, 2015
Liger vs Jay Lethal vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs Mark Briscoe: ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, May 13, 2015
Liger vs Jeff Hardy: Northeast Wrestling's Wrestling Under the Stars 5, August 27, 2016
Liger vs Dalton Castle: Ring of Honor Reloaded Tour, September 24, 2016
Liger vs Ryusuke Taguchi: WhatCulture Pro Wrestling World Cup Japan First Round match, August 7, 2017
Liger and Flip Gordon vs The Briscoe Brothers: ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, May 9, 2018
Liger vs Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters mascot Frep the Fox, June 13, 2018
Liger vs Rocky Romero: NJPW x CEO - When Worlds Collide, June 29, 2018
Liger vs David Finlay: NJPW Lion's Break Project 1, November 10, 2018
Liger vs Caristico vs Negro Casas vs Ultimo Guerrero: CMLL Super Viernes el Adios de Mexico, July 19, 2019
Liger, Keiji Muto, and Kento Miyahara vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (SANADA and BUSHI) and KAI: Kyohei Wada and Fumihito Kihara Produce - The Destroyer Memorial Night - White Masked Demon King Forever, November 15, 2019
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2020.01.02 00:13 ErdrickLoto Ligeretrospective Master List: Sixty-two full length matches from the storied career of "The Raging Beast God" Jushin Thunder Liger

Fuji Yamada vs Mark "Rollerball" Rocco: June 13, 1987
Liger vs Owen Hart: NJPW Top Of The Super Junior II, April 28, 1991
Liger and Pegasus Kid vs The Steiner Brothers: NJPW Grand Cross In Hiroshima, April 4, 1994
Liger vs Hayabusa: NJPW Super J Cup Preliminary match, April 16, 1994
Liger vs The Great Sasuke: NJPW Super J Cup Semifinal, April 16, 1994
Liger vs Satoru Sayama: Exhibition match, NJPW and WCW present Wrestling Dontaku in Fukuoka Dome, May 1, 1994
Liger vs "Flyin'" Brian Pillman: WCW Monday Nitro, September 4, 1995
Liger vs Eddie Guerrero: WCW Main Event, September 7, 1995
Liger vs Gran Naniwa: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Quarterfinal, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Ultimo Dragon: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Semifinal, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Gedo: Wrestle Association-R Super J Cup Final, December 13, 1995
Liger vs Chris Benoit: World Cup Of Wrestling, WCW Starrcade, December 27, 1995
Liger vs The Great Muta: NJPW Super Grade Tag League, October 20, 1996
Liger vs Dr. Wagner Jr.: CMLL World Light Heavyweight Championship match, November 15, 1996
Liger vs Rey Mysterio Jr.: WCW Starrcade, December 29, 1996
Liger vs Shinjiro Otani: J-Crown Championship match, NJPW Fighting Spirit, February 9, 1997
Liger vs Koji Kanemoto: IWGP Junior Heavyweight Championship match, NJPW Summer Struggle, July 15, 1998
Liger vs Satoshi Kojima: NJPW G1 Climax, August 8, 2001
Liger vs Minoru Suzuki: Mixed Martial Arts fight, Pancrase Spirit 8, November 30, 2002
Liger vs Ebessan: NJPW Best Of The Super Junior X, May 23, 2003
Liger vs Yoshinobu Kanemaru: GHC Junior Heavyweight Championship match, NOAH Departure, July 10, 2004
Liger vs "The American Dragon" Bryan Danielson: Ring of Honor Weekend Of Thunder, November 5, 2004
Liger vs Samoa Joe: TNA Bound For Glory, October 23, 2005
Kishin Liger vs BADBOY Hido: New Japan Pro Wrestling, CTU 2nd Anniversary - CTU Dominate in Korakuen, July 30, 2006
Liger vs Tiger Mask: NJPW Best of the Super Juniors Semifinal match, June 17, 2006
Liger vs Petey Williams: World X Cup Second Round match, TNA Sacrifice, May 14, 2006
Liger and Puma (TJ Perkins) vs Ultimo Dragon and Kazuchika Okada: UWA Hardcore vs Toryumon Japan, May 25, 2007
Liger vs Yujiro Takahashi: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XIV, June 1, 2007
Liger vs Milano Collection A.T.: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XIV, June 8, 2007
Liger vs. CIMA: Open The Dream Gate Championship match, Dragon Gate Pro-Wrestling Festival in Kobe, July 1, 2007
Liger vs Billy Ken Kid: Michinoku Pro 4th Fukumen World League First Round match, August 30, 2007
Legend (Liger and AKIRA) vs No Limit (Naito and Yujiro): IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match, New Japan Brave, April 13, 2008
Liger vs Minoru Tanaka: NJPW Best Of The Super Juniors XV, June 1, 2008
Liger vs Místico: CMLL Domingos De Coliseo, September 20, 2009
Liger vs Último Guerrero: CMLL World Heavyweight Championship match, September 25, 2009
Liger vs Taiji Ishimori: Pro Wrestling NOAH Autumn Navigation Junior Heavyweight League match, October 15, 2009
Liger vs Delirious: Pro Wrestling NOAH Junior Heavyweight League Semifinal match, November 1, 2009
Liger vs Naomichi Marufuji: NJPW Super J Cup, December 22, 2009
Liger, AKIRA, Kota Ibushi, and Taichi vs Atsushi Aoki, Fujita Hayato, GENTARO, and Jado: NJPW Super J Cup, December 23, 2009
Liger vs. Negro Casas: CMLL World Middleweight Championship match, NJPW Wrestling Dontaku, May 3, 2010
Liger vs "The Notorious 187" Homicide: Jersey All Pro Wrestling Notorious Thunder, May 22, 2010
Liger vs Kota Ibushi: NJPW Best of the Super Juniors XVII, June 6, 2010
Liger vs La Sombra: Campeon Universal del CMLL Tournament Final, August 13, 2010
Liger vs Azrieal vs Bandido Jr. vs Kenny Omega vs B-Boy vs El Generico: Jersey All Pro Wrestling Light Heavyweight Championship match, December 10, 2010
Liger vs Mike Quackenbush: JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship match, Jersey All Pro Wrestling 13th Anniversary Show, December 12, 2010
Liger and Hector Garza vs La Sombra and Mascara Dorada: NJPW Wrestle Kingdom V, January 4, 2011
Liger vs Tony Nese vs Davey Richards: Pro Wrestling Syndicate Supercard, April 4, 2013
Liger and Tiger Mask vs No Mercy (Genba Hirayanagi and Maybach SUWA Jr.): GHC Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship match, Pro Wrestling Noah Summer Navigation, August 24, 2013
Liger vs Zack Sabre Jr.: Pro Wrestling NOAH Winter Navigation, November 27, 2013
Liger vs Martin Kirby: Preston City Wrestling Supershow 3, November 15, 2013
Liger and Tiger Mask vs Cho Kibougun (Hajime Ohara and Kenou): Pro Wrestling Noah NTV G Cup Junior Heavyweight Tag League match, August 2, 2014
Liger vs Steve Anthony: NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship match, National Wrestling Alliance/Vendetta Pro Wrestling Casino Royale, April 13, 2015
Liger vs Jay Lethal vs Shinsuke Nakamura vs Mark Briscoe: ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, May 13, 2015
Liger vs Jeff Hardy: Northeast Wrestling's Wrestling Under the Stars 5, August 27, 2016
Liger vs Dalton Castle: Ring of Honor Reloaded Tour, September 24, 2016
Liger vs Ryusuke Taguchi: WhatCulture Pro Wrestling World Cup Japan First Round match, August 7, 2017
Liger and Flip Gordon vs The Briscoe Brothers: ROH/NJPW War Of The Worlds, May 9, 2018
Liger vs Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters mascot Frep the Fox, June 13, 2018
Liger vs Rocky Romero: NJPW x CEO - When Worlds Collide, June 29, 2018
Liger vs David Finlay: NJPW Lion's Break Project 1, November 10, 2018
Liger vs Caristico vs Negro Casas vs Ultimo Guerrero: CMLL Super Viernes el Adios de Mexico, July 19, 2019
Liger, Keiji Muto, and Kento Miyahara vs Los Ingobernables de Japon (SANADA and BUSHI) and KAI: Kyohei Wada and Fumihito Kihara Produce - The Destroyer Memorial Night - White Masked Demon King Forever, November 15, 2019
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2019.12.30 18:45 Fod1987 2010-2019: A Retrospective of the Decade That Was In Liga MX.

As we exit the 2010's and go in the '20's, I have compiled some stats from the past decade of Liga MX. If you want to see more stats let me know and I will do research and update the post.

Championships in the Decade:

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Tigres UANL (5)

Two tied with 3:

America (3)
Santos Laguna (3)

Three tied with 2:

Monterrey (2)
Toluca (2)
Leon (2)

Five tied with 1:

Pachuca (1)
Chivas (1)
UNAM (1)
Tijuana (1)
Toluca (1)

Tigres UANL led the league with 5 titles followed by America and Santos Laguna lifting the trophy 3 times.
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Most Points:

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A Visual Look at the Amount of Points Earned This Decade

  1. Tigres UANL: 568
  2. Monterrey: 560
  3. America: 549

These 3 teams were the most dominant in the decade when it comes to cumulative points earned. They are the only teams to clear 500 points. The 4th place was Santos Laguna with a distant 499 a full 50 points behind.
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Most Liguillas Made:

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  1. America (17)
  2. Tigres UANL (16)
  3. Monterrey (15)* (Monterrey finished 9th in the Clausura 2013 but 8th seed Queretaro was relegated and was unable to play in the Liguilla)

Once again Tigres, Monterrey and America dominated this stat. The next closest team was Monarcas Morelia with 11 liguillas made. 2 years worth of tournaments separated the top 3 and the rest of the league.
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Most Consecutive Liguillas Made:

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  1. Tigres UANL (13) *Active Streak
  2. America (9)
  3. Monterrey (6)

No surprises here. The same 3 teams had the longest streaks in the decade. 4th place was Morelia with 5 consecutive Liguillas.

On the flip side, the most consecutive tournaments without a Liguilla were:

  1. Puebla (10)
  2. Veracruz (8)
  3. 3 teams tied with 6: Cruz Azul, Tijuana, and Queretaro
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Most Super-Lideratos:

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  1. Tigres, Monterrey, Cruz Azul (3)
  2. America, Toluca, Santos, Tijuana (2)
  3. Chivas, UNAM, Leon (1)

Not a dominant team as it was spread out in this category. Tigres, Cruz Azul, and Monterrey had 3 with several teams tied with 2 and 1 a piece.
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Championships won by seed:

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  1. (2)
  2. (8)
  3. (5)
  4. (1)
  5. (1)
  6. (0)
  7. (0)
  8. (3)

An interesting stat. The second seed was the most successful with 8 titles followed by the third seed at 4. Also to note there was no number 7 seed winner this decade and there has never been a number six seed win the Liguilla.
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Most Finals Made in the Decade:

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  1. Tigres UANL (7) 5 titles, 2 sub titles.
  2. America/Santos (6) both had 3 titles and 3 sub titles.
  3. Monterrey (5) 2 titles, 3 sub titles.
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And now a look at each team that played in Liga MX in the 2010's. In order by points won.

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TIGRES UANL:

Titles: (5) AP 2011, AP 2015, AP 2016, AP 2017, CL 2019
Sub Titles: (2) AP 2014, CL 2017
Points: 568
Liguillas Made: 16
Liguilla Streak: 13
Super Lider: 3

This was Tigres decade. After 29 years of a title drought they lifted the trophy 5 times, had 2 loses in the final and also had a Final Appearance in the Libertadores which they lost to River Plate. Lead by Andre Pierre Gignac Tigres has established itself as one of the premier teams in Liga MX. With Tuca set to step down in the immediate future, will Tigres be as successful as they were in the 2010's. Time will tell.

RAYADOS DE MONTERREY:

Titles: (2) AP 2010, AP 2019
Sub Titles: (3) CL 2012, CL 2016, AP 2017
Points: 560
Liguillas Made: 15
Liguilla Streak: 6
Super Lider: 3

Monterrey has become a focal point of Mexican Football. Armed with the most expensive roster and a myriad of stars, Monterrey finally ended an almost 10 year title drought beating America in the 2019 Apertura final. With no end in sight to quality players arriving, Monterrey will be a favorite to win the title every season in the following decade.

AGUILAS DEL AMERICA:

Titles: (3) AP 2013, AP 2014, AP 2018
Sub Titles: (3) AP 2013, AP 2015, AP 2019
Points: 549
Liguillas Made: 17
Liguilla Streak: 9
Super Lider: 2

Unquestionably Mexico's biggest team, America has maintained itself as a top club winning 3 titles in the decade and becoming the winningest team in the process with 13 Liga MX Championships. Heading into the next decade, America will remain a fixture of Mexican Football and will certainly add more silverware before the 20's end.

SANTOS LAGUNA:

Titles: (3) CL 2012, CL 2015, CL 2018
Sub Titles: (3) BI 2010, AP 2010, AP 2011
Points: 499
Liguillas Made: 12
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 2

A team with 36 years of existence, Santos has won an impressive 6 titles in their short history. The club lately has become a team with home grown talent as opposed to years past when they had a big budget. No matter their formula, Santos for the most part has been in the hunt for the title. As a new decade approaches, we'll see wether they can maintain thier success.

CRUZ AZUL:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (2) AP 2013, AP 2018
Points: 494
Liguillas: 10
Liguilla Streak: 3
Super Lider: 3

Where to start with Cruz Azul. In the midst of a 22 year title drought, Cruz Azul came close twice losing to arch-rival, America, twice this decade. A heartbreaking loss in the Apertura 2013 final still haunts the team, as America goalkeeper Moises Munoz famously headed in the tying goal in added time to send the game to penalties where America would win. With turmoil and a change at the squad's leadership, will Cruz Azul have a third straight decade without a title?

DIABLOS ROJOS DEL TOLUCA:

Titles: (1) BI 2010
Sub Titles: (2) AP 2012, CL 2018
Points: 485
Liguillas: 9
Liguilla Streak: 4
Super Lider: 2

As the 2000's closed, Toluca had just had a dominant decade. With great offensive teams led by the likes of Cardozo, Vicente Sanchez, and Sinha, Toluca set the league on fire. The 2010's however proved to be difficult. While contending almost every year Toluca only won one title and also lost two finals. Still, they are bound to once again be a club that has the potential to be in the hunt every year.

TUZOS DEL PACHUCA:

Titles: (1) CL 2016
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 455
Liguillas: 8
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 0

Pachuca has become Mexico's Power Plant, producing top tier players and exporting them to Europe. Hector Herrera, Chucky Lozano, and Erick Gutierrez have established themselves in Europe and Pachuca has savvy leadership that will most likely keep producing talent. While the titles have slowed down ater a fantastic 2000's run they still command respect and figure to fight for liguilla spots every tournament.

PUMAS UNAM:

Titles: (1) CL 2011
Sub Titles: (1) AP 2015
Points: 447
Liguillas: 9
Liguilla Streak: 3
Super Lider: 2

Pumas historically has produced home grown talent that has kept them in the mix for the title. Lately, however, their well has run dry. It'll be interesting to see wether they can revive thier academy and return to consistent success.

MONARCAS MORELIA:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (1) CL 2011
Points: 427
Liguillas: 11
Liguilla Streak: 5
Super Lider: 0

Morelia started strong this decade. Losing a final in 2011 and making a string of consecutive Liguillas. Hard times ensued however and the team struggled for much of the following years, nearly avoiding relegation in 2017 after a miracle goal in added time by Ruidiaz at Monterrey to secure thier stay. They had thier most successful campaign in the Apertua 2019 making it to the semifinals.

CHIVAS DE GUADALAJARA:

Titles: (1) CL 2017
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 389
Liguillas: 7
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 1

Mexico's second most winningest team had a rough decade. While they had a Double in 2016 winning both the League and Cup, Chivas at one point was second to last in the relegation table only above lowly Veracruz. With strong signings this offseason, Chivabros are optimistic the worst years are behind them for a storied club.

PANZAS VERDES DE LEON:

Titles: (2) AP 2013, CL 2014
Sub Titles: (1) CL 2019
Points: 386
Liguillas: 8
Liguilla Streak: 3
Super Lider: 1

Leon came back with a roar (pun intended) tonLiga MX after a lengthy stay in the Ascension League. Winning two titles and becoming the last team to achieve back to back titles. They have remained a force and have entrenched themselves in the top places of the relegation table where they figure to remain. With a new stadium in the works, they'll be a top team in the 20's.

GALLOS BLANCOS DE QUERETARO:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (1) CL 2015
Points: 386
Liguillas: 5* (They made the liguilla in 2013, which would have made it 6 but were not allowed to play as they were relegated. 9th seed Monterrey was then inserted into the Liguilla.)
Liguilla Streak: 1
Super Lider: 0

Queretaro has had several delegations but have found a way ($$$$$) to return to Liga MX. They made a final in 2015 and had a successful Apertura 2015. The goal for the sub is to distance themselves from the bottom of the relegation table. A serious effort has been made to their infrastructure from the youth teams up so there is hope for the fans.

XOLOS DE TIJUANA:

Titles: (1) AP 2012
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 380
Liguillas: 6
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 2

Tijuana quickly established itself in Liga MX winning the title in 2012, a year after being promoted to the top flight in Mexican Football. With a stadium that's still being upgraded and a rabid and loyal fanbase, Tijuana is poised to have a successful decade.

LOS ZORROS DEL ATLAS:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 377
Liguillas: 5
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 0

A historic club that hasn't won a title since 1951, Atlas nonetheless has a loyal fanbase. A historically strong youth development franchise, they have groomed some of the best Mexican Footballers in Mexican history like Rafael Marquez and Andres Guardado. Will they finally break trough in the 20's is uncertain but thier fans deserve better.

PUEBLA FC:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 372
Liguillas: 1
Liguilla Streak: 1
Super Lider: 0

One of the most consistently mediocre teams in Liga MX, Puebla nonetheless has been able to remain in Liga MX after a dreadful 2000's that saw them descend for a couple of years. Ownership will have to find a way to make the club better if they want to remain in Liga MX.

JAGUARES DE CHIAPAS:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Liguillas: 5
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 0

A now defunct club, Chiapas had two versions when they descended once, only to buy newly promoted San Luis to replace the first version after Queretaro bought the team (only in Liga MX) to remain in the top flight. While they had several successful campaigns, Chiapas once again descended in 2017 in the Morelia miracle and was soon disbanded.

RAYOS DEL NECAXA:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 198
Liguillas: 3
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 0

A team that had great success in the 90's and 2000's Necaxa found themselves in the Ascension League for a long while, eventually relocating from Mexico City to Aguascalientes. When they returned, Necaxa has had a couple of good seasons that have left them in the upper mid positions of the relegation table.

TIBURONES ROJOS DE VERACRUZ:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 187
Liguillas: 2
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: LOL

What can be said that hasn't already being said about Veracruz. One of the original teams in Liga MX, Veracruz has descended several times only to find a way to return. Its latest incarnation had a disastrous end with the tea achieving only 8 points in the calendar year due to bad play and sanctions for non payment due to players. After the Apertura 2019 the team was dissolved and the future of the name and logo remain in limbo.

POTROS DE HIERRO DEL ATLANTE:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 139
Liguillas: 1
Liguilla Streak: 1
Sub Lider: 0

Once a cornerstone of Mexican Football, Atlante has flounder in the Ascension League since 2013. Will they ever make it back? They won a title in 2007 but quickly devolved in quality. There has been word of thier return to Mexico City from Cancun, but nothing has materialized.

REAL SAN LUIS:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 128
Liguillas: 1
Liguilla Streak: 1
Super Lider: 0

San Luis's former iteration held on to a place in Liga MX for a very short two stints eventually being relegated 2 times in less then 4 years. After remaining in the Ascension League for years, the team was bought and moved to Chiapas after a series of moves that saw Queretaro buy Chiapas, Chiapas buying San Luis to replace their team, and Veracruz buying newly promoted La Piedad to bring back Veracruz to the top flight... only in Liga MX.

ESTUDIANTES TECOS:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 81
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0

Tecos has the distinction of being the only club in Mexico to have ascended from the third division all the way up to the top flight and won a Liga MX title. Though they were relegated early in the decade and later dissolved, Tecos now has returned and currently play in the Second Division (Third Tier) after being promoted from the Third Division (Fourth Tier) recently.

LOBOS BUAP:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 71
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0

A team that remained in Liga MX for 2 years, being relegated after thier first season and the paying $6 million USD to remain, Lobos place would eventually be sold to Bravos de Juarez making way for football to return to Ciudad Juarez.

LEONÉS NEGROS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE GUADALAJARA:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 35
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0

A team with previous roots in the top flight, Leones has largely remain in the lower divisions. They had a cup of coffee back this decade but were relegated back after only one year. Often in the mix for an Ascension Title, we'll see if they can come back up.

DORADOS DE SINALOA:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 29
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0

A constant powerhouse in the Ascension League, Dorados have failed to maintain a spot in Liga MX ascending twice and being relegated twice very quickly both times. Still, with constant trips to the playoffs in the Ascension League, smart bet would be that they find themselves back in Liga MX in the next 10 years.

ATLETICO SAN LUIS:

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 20
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0

Top Flight Football has returned to San Luis Potosi. Backed by Atletico Madrid, San Luis has a solid future in Liga MX. They had an ok first tournament that was marred by a riot erupting against heated rival Queretaro that saw thier stadium being banned for a game.

BRAVOS DE JUAREZ

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 18
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0

Ciudad Juarez also got Liga MX football back this year. Buying Lobos BUAP place in the league Juarez has a serious ownership that wants to establish themselves. Time will tell. The fanbase is there to support the club.

INDIOS DE CIUDAD JUAREZ

Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 15
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0

Ciudad Juarez's first team had thier first taste of Liga MX Football in the late 2000's eventually being relegated in 2010. The team then was affiliated with the University of Ciudad Juarez being eventually dissolved in 2016.
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There you have it. A quick glimpse into the decade that was in Liga MX. For all the faults the league has, it is unquestionably as exciting as any league in the world. As they seek to branch out and become more international, hopefully the league will expand its borders and reach a bigger audience.
I will be doing a follow up with a look at all the finals that took place in the 2010's from the Bicentenario 2010 won by Toluca to the Apertura 2019 won by Rayados.
Cheers.
Stats were compiled by Wikipedia and the Liga MX App
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2019.12.30 16:11 Fod1987 2010-2019: A Retrospective of the Decade That Was In Liga MX.

As we exit the 2010's and go in the '20's, I have compiled some stats from the past decade of Liga MX. If you want to see more stats let me know and I will do research and update the post.
 

Championships in the Decade:

 
Tigres UANL (5)
 
Two tied with 3:
 
America (3)
Santos Laguna (3)
 
Three tied with 2:
 
Monterrey (2)
Toluca (2)
Leon (2)
 
Five tied with 1:
 
Pachuca (1)
Chivas (1)
UNAM (1)
Tijuana (1)
Toluca (1)
 
Tigres UANL led the league with 5 titles followed by America and Santos Laguna lifting the trophy 3 times.

Most Points:

 
A Visual Look at the Amount of Points Earned This Decade
 
  1. Tigres UANL: 568
  2. Monterrey: 560
  3. America: 549
 
These 3 teams were the most dominant in the decade when it comes to cumulative points earned. They are the only teams to clear 500 points. The 4th place was Santos Laguna with a distant 499 a full 50 points behind.

Most Liguillas Made:

 
  1. America (17)
  2. Tigres UANL (16)
  3. Monterrey (15)* (Monterrey finished 9th in the Clausura 2013 but 8th seed Queretaro was relegated and was unable to play in the Liguilla)
 
Once again Tigres, Monterrey and America dominated this stat. The next closest team was Monarcas Morelia with 11 liguillas made. 2 years worth of tournaments separated the top 3 and the rest of the league.

Most Consecutive Liguillas Made:

 
  1. Tigres UANL (13) *Active Streak
  2. America (9)
  3. Monterrey (6)
 
No surprises here. The same 3 teams had the longest streaks in the decade. 4th place was Morelia with 5 consecutive Liguillas.
 
On the flip side, the most consecutive tournaments without a Liguilla were:
 
  1. Puebla (10)
  2. Veracruz (8)
  3. 3 teams tied with 6: Cruz Azul, Tijuana, and Queretaro

Most Super-Lideratos:

 
  1. Tigres, Monterrey, Cruz Azul (3)
  2. America, Toluca, Santos, Tijuana (2)
  3. Chivas, UNAM, Leon (1)
 
Not a dominant team as it was spread out in this category. Tigres, Cruz Azul, and Monterrey had 3 with several teams tied with 2 and 1 a piece.

Championships won by seed:

 
  1. (2)
  2. (8)
  3. (5)
  4. (1)
  5. (1)
  6. (0)
  7. (0)
  8. (3)
 
An interesting stat. The second seed was the most successful with 8 titles followed by the third seed at 4. Also to note there was no number 7 seed winner this decade and there has never been a number six seed win the Liguilla.

Most Finals Made in the Decade:

 
  1. Tigres UANL (7) 5 titles, 2 sub titles.
  2. America/Santos (6) both had 3 titles and 3 sub titles.
  3. Monterrey (5) 2 titles, 3 sub titles.
 

And now a look at each team that played in Liga MX in the 2010's. In order by points won.

 
TIGRES UANL:
 
Titles: (5) AP 2011, AP 2015, AP 2016, AP 2017, CL 2019
Sub Titles: (2) AP 2014, CL 2017
Points: 568
Liguillas Made: 16
Liguilla Streak: 13
Super Lider: 3
 
This was Tigres decade. After 29 years of a title drought they lifted the trophy 5 times, had 2 loses in the final and also had a Final Appearance in the Libertadores which they lost to River Plate. Lead by Andre Pierre Gignac Tigres has established itself as one of the premier teams in Liga MX. With Tuca set to step down in the immediate future, will Tigres be as successful as they were in the 2010's. Time will tell.
 
RAYADOS DE MONTERREY:
 
Titles: (2) AP 2010, AP 2019
Sub Titles: (3) CL 2012, CL 2016, AP 2017
Points: 560
Liguillas Made: 15
Liguilla Streak: 6
Super Lider: 3
 
Monterrey has become a focal point of Mexican Football. Armed with the most expensive roster and a myriad of stars, Monterrey finally ended an almost 10 year title drought beating America in the 2019 Apertura final. With no end in sight to quality players arriving, Monterrey will be a favorite to win the title every season in the following decade.
 
AGUILAS DEL AMERICA:
 
Titles: (3) CL 2013, AP 2014, AP 2018
Sub Titles: (3) AP 2013, AP 2015, AP 2019
Points: 549
Liguillas Made: 17
Liguilla Streak: 9
Super Lider: 2
 
Unquestionably Mexico's biggest team, America has maintained itself as a top club winning 3 titles in the decade and becoming the winningest team in the process with 13 Liga MX Championships. Heading into the next decade, America will remain a fixture of Mexican Football and will certainly add more silverware before the 20's end.
 
SANTOS LAGUNA:
 
Titles: (3) CL 2012, CL 2015, CL 2018
Sub Titles: (3) BI 2010, AP 2010, AP 2011
Points: 499
Liguillas Made: 12
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 2
 
A team with 36 years of existence, Santos has won an impressive 6 titles in their short history. The club lately has become a team with home grown talent as opposed to years past when they had a big budget. No matter their formula, Santos for the most part has been in the hunt for the title. As a new decade approaches, we'll see wether they can maintain thier success.
 
CRUZ AZUL:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (2) CL 2013, AP 2018
Points: 494
Liguillas: 10
Liguilla Streak: 3
Super Lider: 3
 
Where to start with Cruz Azul. In the midst of a 22 year title drought, Cruz Azul came close twice losing to arch-rival, America, twice this decade. A heartbreaking loss in the Clausura 2013 final still haunts the team, as America goalkeeper Moises Munoz famously headed in the tying goal in added time to send the game to penalties where America would win. With turmoil and a change at the squad's leadership, will Cruz Azul have a third straight decade without a title?
 
DIABLOS ROJOS DEL TOLUCA:
 
Titles: (1) BI 2010
Sub Titles: (2) AP 2012, CL 2018
Points: 485
Liguillas: 9
Liguilla Streak: 4
Super Lider: 2
 
As the 2000's closed, Toluca had just had a dominant decade. With great offensive teams led by the likes of Cardozo, Vicente Sanchez, and Sinha, Toluca set the league on fire. The 2010's however proved to be difficult. While contending almost every year Toluca only won one title and also lost two finals. Still, they are bound to once again be a club that has the potential to be in the hunt every year.
 
TUZOS DEL PACHUCA:
 
Titles: (1) CL 2016
Sub Titles: (1) CL 2014
Points: 455
Liguillas: 8
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 0
 
Pachuca has become Mexico's Power Plant, producing top tier players and exporting them to Europe. Hector Herrera, Chucky Lozano, and Erick Gutierrez have established themselves in Europe and Pachuca has savvy leadership that will most likely keep producing talent. While the titles have slowed down ater a fantastic 2000's run they still command respect and figure to fight for liguilla spots every tournament.
 
PUMAS UNAM:
 
Titles: (1) CL 2011
Sub Titles: (1) AP 2015
Points: 447
Liguillas: 9
Liguilla Streak: 3
Super Lider: 2
 
Pumas historically has produced home grown talent that has kept them in the mix for the title. Lately, however, their well has run dry. It'll be interesting to see wether they can revive thier academy and return to consistent success.
 
MONARCAS MORELIA:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (1) CL 2011
Points: 427
Liguillas: 11
Liguilla Streak: 5
Super Lider: 0
 
Morelia started strong this decade. Losing a final in 2011 and making a string of consecutive Liguillas. Hard times ensued however and the team struggled for much of the following years, nearly avoiding relegation in 2017 after a miracle goal in added time by Ruidiaz at Monterrey to secure thier stay. They had thier most successful campaign in the Apertua 2019 making it to the semifinals.
 
CHIVAS DE GUADALAJARA:
 
Titles: (1) CL 2017
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 389
Liguillas: 7
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 1
 
Mexico's second most winningest team had a rough decade. While they had a Double in 2017 winning both the League and Cup, Chivas at one point was second to last in the relegation table only above lowly Veracruz. With strong signings this offseason, Chivabros are optimistic the worst years are behind them for a storied club.
 
PANZAS VERDES DE LEON:
 
Titles: (2) AP 2013, CL 2014
Sub Titles: (1) CL 2019
Points: 386
Liguillas: 8
Liguilla Streak: 3
Super Lider: 1
 
Leon came back with a roar (pun intended) tonLiga MX after a lengthy stay in the Ascension League. Winning two titles and becoming the last team to achieve back to back titles. They have remained a force and have entrenched themselves in the top places of the relegation table where they figure to remain. With a new stadium in the works, they'll be a top team in the 20's.
 
GALLOS BLANCOS DE QUERETARO:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (1) CL 2015
Points: 386
Liguillas: 5* (They made the liguilla in 2013, which would have made it 6 but were not allowed to play as they were relegated. 9th seed Monterrey was then inserted into the Liguilla.)
Liguilla Streak: 1
Super Lider: 0
 
Queretaro has had several delegations but have found a way ($$$$$) to return to Liga MX. They made a final in 2015 and had a successful Apertura 2015. The goal for the sub is to distance themselves from the bottom of the relegation table. A serious effort has been made to their infrastructure from the youth teams up so there is hope for the fans.
 
XOLOS DE TIJUANA
 
Titles: (1) AP 2012
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 380
Liguillas: 6
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 2
 
Tijuana quickly established itself in Liga MX winning the title in 2012, a year after being promoted to the top flight in Mexican Football. With a stadium that's still being upgraded and a rabid and loyal fanbase, Tijuana is poised to have a successful decade.
 
LOS ZORROS DEL ATLAS:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 377
Liguillas: 5
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 0
 
A historic club that hasn't won a title since 1951, Atlas nonetheless has a loyal fanbase. A historically strong youth development franchise, they have groomed some of the best Mexican Footballers in Mexican history like Rafael Marquez and Andres Guardado. Will they finally break trough in the 20's is uncertain but thier fans deserve better.
 
PUEBLA FC:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 372
Liguillas: 1
Liguilla Streak: 1
Super Lider: 0
 
One of the most consistently mediocre teams in Liga MX, Puebla nonetheless has been able to remain in Liga MX after a dreadful 2000's that saw them descend for a couple of years. Ownership will have to find a way to make the club better if they want to remain in Liga MX.
 
JAGUARES DE CHIAPAS:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Liguillas: 5
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 0
 
A now defunct club, Chiapas had two versions when they descended once, only to buy newly promoted San Luis to replace the first version after Queretaro bought the team (only in Liga MX) to remain in the top flight. While they had several successful campaigns, Chiapas once again descended in 2017 in the Morelia miracle and was soon disbanded.
 
RAYOS DEL NECAXA:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 198
Liguillas: 3
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: 0
 
A team that had great success in the 90's and 2000's Necaxa found themselves in the Ascension League for a long while, eventually relocating from Mexico City to Aguascalientes. When they returned, Necaxa has had a couple of good seasons that have left them in the upper mid positions of the relegation table.
 
TIBURONES ROJOS DE VERACRUZ:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 187
Liguillas: 2
Liguilla Streak: 2
Super Lider: LOL
 
What can be said that hasn't already being said about Veracruz. One of the original teams in Liga MX, Veracruz has descended several times only to find a way to return. Its latest incarnation had a disastrous end with the tea achieving only 8 points in the calendar year due to bad play and sanctions for non payment due to players. After the Apertura 2019 the team was dissolved and the future of the name and logo remain in limbo.
 
POTROS DE HIERRO DEL ATLANTE:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 139
Liguillas: 1
Liguilla Streak: 1
Sub Lider: 0
 
Once a cornerstone of Mexican Football, Atlante has flounder in the Ascension League since 2013. Will they ever make it back? They won a title in 2007 but quickly devolved in quality. There has been word of thier return to Mexico City from Cancun, but nothing has materialized.
 
REAL SAN LUIS:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 128
Liguillas: 1
Liguilla Streak: 1
Super Lider: 0
 
San Luis's former iteration held on to a place in Liga MX for a very short two stints eventually being relegated 2 times in less then 4 years. After remaining in the Ascension League for years, the team was bought and moved to Chiapas after a series of moves that saw Queretaro buy Chiapas, Chiapas buying San Luis to replace their team, and Veracruz buying newly promoted La Piedad to bring back Veracruz to the top flight... only in Liga MX.
 
ESTUDIANTES TECOS:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 81
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0
 
Tecos has the distinction of being the only club in Mexico to have ascended from the third division all the way up to the top flight and won a Liga MX title. Though they were relegated early in the decade and later dissolved, Tecos now has returned and currently play in the Second Division (Third Tier) after being promoted from the Third Division (Fourth Tier) recently.
 
LOBOS BUAP:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 71
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0
 
A team that remained in Liga MX for 2 years, being relegated after thier first season and the paying $6 million USD to remain, Lobos place would eventually be sold to Bravos de Juarez making way for football to return to Ciudad Juarez.
 
LEONÉS NEGROS DE LA UNIVERSIDAD DE GUADALAJARA:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 35
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0
 
A team with previous roots in the top flight, Leones has largely remain in the lower divisions. They had a cup of coffee back this decade but were relegated back after only one year. Often in the mix for an Ascension Title, we'll see if they can come back up.
 
DORADOS DE SINALOA:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 29
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0
 
A constant powerhouse in the Ascension League, Dorados have failed to maintain a spot in Liga MX ascending twice and being relegated twice very quickly both times. Still, with constant trips to the playoffs in the Ascension League, smart bet would be that they find themselves back in Liga MX in the next 10 years.
 
ATLETICO SAN LUIS:
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 20
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0
 
Top Flight Football has returned to San Luis Potosi. Backed by Atletico Madrid, San Luis has a solid future in Liga MX. They had an ok first tournament that was marred by a riot erupting against heated rival Queretaro that saw thier stadium being banned for a game.
 
BRAVOS DE JUAREZ
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 18
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0
 
Ciudad Juarez also got Liga MX football back this year. Buying Lobos BUAP place in the league Juarez has a serious ownership that wants to establish themselves. Time will tell. The fanbase is there to support the club.
 
INDIOS DE CIUDAD JUAREZ
 
Titles: (0)
Sub Titles: (0)
Points: 15
Liguillas: 0
Liguilla Streak: 0
Super Lider: 0
 
Ciudad Juarez's first team had thier first taste of Liga MX Football in the late 2000's eventually being relegated in 2010. The team then was affiliated with the University of Ciudad Juarez being eventually dissolved in 2016.
 
There you have it. A quick glimpse into the decade that was in Liga MX. For all the faults the league has, it is unquestionably as exciting as any league in the world. As they seek to branch out and become more international, hopefully the league will expand its borders and reach a bigger audience.
I will be doing a follow up with a look at all the finals that took place in the 2010's from the Bicentenario 2010 won by Toluca to the Apertura 2019 won by Rayados.
Cheers.
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2019.12.15 04:15 Garizard1 AAA Guerra de Titanes (2019) Live Thread

Didnt see one posted so I made my own (is that okay?). If one is being posted soon no problem but the show has already started (https://m.twitch.tv/luchalibreaaa).
Aramís, Dinastía, and Octagoncito vs. Mini Psycho Clown, Arez, and La Parkita Negra Trios match
Niño Hamburguesa, Mascarita Dorada, and Mr. Iguana vs. Demus, Villano III Jr., and Látigo Trios match
Taya Valkyrie, Faby Apache, and Octagón Jr. vs. Poder del Norte (Mocho Cota Jr., Tito Santana, and Carta Brava Jr.) vs. Abismo Negro Jr., Ayako Hamada, and Keyra Three-way Lumberjack Trios match
Brian Cage, Puma King, Murder Clown, and Pagano vs. Killer Kross, Taurus, Texano Jr., and Chessman Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Atómicos match
Lucha Brothers (Pentagón Jr. and Fénix) (c) vs. Angélico and Australian Suicide vs. El Hijo del Vikingo and partner TBA Three-way Tag team match for the AAA World Tag Team Championship
Big Mami vs. Lady Maravilla Lucha de Apuestas, Hair vs. Hair match
Psycho Clown, Dr. Wagner Jr., and Drago vs. Blue Demon Jr. and Dinastía Muñoz (La Bestia del Ring and Rush El Toro Blanco) No disqualification Trios match
The big angle on this show is Big Mami vs Lady Maravilla in a hair vs hair match. This rivalry has been going on nearly a year. Lady Maravilla started flirting with Big Mami's mixed tag team partner Nino Hamburguesa so to cost their team matches. Eventually Big Mami and Nino Hamburguesa lost the mixed tag titles to Lady Maravilla and Villiano III Jr. So Big Mami has challenged her to a hair vs hair match. Also their is the broadcast debut of Rush in a new faction with LA Park and Konnan determined to bring down AAA (Konnan does this gimmick alot.).
Here is a great write up : https://www.voicesofwrestling.com/2019/12/13/aaa-guerra-de-titanes-2019-preview/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter.
As always in Mexico, card subject to change.
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