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This is it (an Ultima Lucha Dos, night three preview)

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This is it. Season two is a wrap after tonight’s two hour extravaganza, and we likely won’t return for new action in The Temple until 2017.

But don’t be sad. You always have iTunes. And here’s what’s coming your way on a loaded show!

The battle to determine who’s the baddest b**** in Boyle Heights starts early with this war of words:

Another woman makes her long awaited debut as Black Lotus steps in the ring against El Dragon Azteca, Jr. for the next chapter in a story which goes back to season one for its roots. Meanwhile, Azteca’s old partners on the Dream Team have a...


The team who beat Rey Mysterio, Prince Puma and the Dragon for the Trios title, Worldwide Underground (Johnny Mundo, Jack Evans & PJ Black) defend their belts against another honorable group of friends in Fenix, Drago & Aerostar.

And LU’s main title, and the soul of Lucha Underground, is on the line when Vampiro’s disciple Pentagon, Jr. goes one-on-one with Dario Cueto’s brother, the Monster (and champ) Matanza.

Hopefully no one dies.

Check out our full preview for the whole event here, and predictions for each match here.

See you tonight.

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