Xtreme Lucha (XL) February 17 Review

February 19, 2013 by
Filed under: Past Events, Press Release, Wrestling News 

Lucha Xtreme (LX) is back on GFL as a weekly Sunday series and this week get ready to catch up on all things LX as everything centers on the upcoming iPPV where all LX titles will be on the line.

On the February 17 edition, The INS (INS Enforcer JR Kratos & INS Legacy Brian Tannen) wrestled the Suburban Commandoes. The INS looks like they were cut from granite and had a definite strength advantage against the Commandoes. But the Commandoes are two cagey veterans and gave the INS fits throughout the bout. But the INS was superior on this day as they got the pinfall and picked up momentum as they look to claim their stake as the #1 tag team in LX.

In the main event, Wiseguy defeated Sheik Khan Abadi in a non-title match do to countout. Wiseguy hit the forgetaboutit (leg lariat) on the United States Champion Abadi and he champ had enough as he purposely got himself counted out. There is going to be nowhere for Abadi to run as him and Wiseguy have a date with the title on the line at LX’s next iPPV.

Check out this FREE episode of professional wrestling hailing from Fresno, California as Lucha Xtreme continues its distinctive brand and style of professional wrestling.

Lucha Xtreme Wrestling Entertainment is an independent professional wrestling company that fuses both the lucha libre and American styles of professional wrestling. The company’s athletes have thrilled fans around the world.

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