Famous B and Dr. Wagner Jr. def. Texano in a 2-on-1 Handicap Match
Whatever happened to Wagner in the first place? I remember he and Famous B aligned at the end of Season 2, and he might have been featured for a few episodes early on in Season 3, but we hadn't seen him since. Thus, it was nice to see him return here and make this a more competitive matchup than it would have been otherwise. Texano dominated them anyway, but the heels winning after Brenda interfered was the right result. If there is going to be a Season 4, Texano joining that stable should be interesting.
Killshot def. Dante Fox in a Hell of War Match
Holy shit, this was something else. I mean really something else. WWE has their own Three Stages of Hell matches every so often and they're fine, but this was a true Three Stages of Hell match just with a different name. The first stage alone was incredible that it made me completely forget there were two more stages. They continued to kill each other for the remainder of the match using tables, ladders and even glass and made the most of the lengthy period of time they had. Seriously, this was absolutely unreal and has to be seen to be believed. If you hate hardcore wrestling, you'll probably despise this match, but if not, you'll love it as much as I did. Major props to both men for the literal hell they put their bodies through and for culminating this feud in fantastic fashion.
I wasn't exactly looking forward to Texano vs. Famous B, but what turned into a Handicap match ended up being pretty decent and fun for what it was. Furthermore, Killshot vs. Fox is without a doubt worth going out of your way to see, it is nothing short of spectacular and some of the most insane wrestling I've witnessed in a while. If this is what Ultima Lucha Tres is going to offer, then these next three shows should be amazing.