The Over/Under On Lucha Underground Season 2 Episode 11: Fenix Down

Welcome to episode 11 of season two of the Over/Under of Lucha Underground, our gently reworded Best and Worst report about every episode of the best wrestling show on television. If you’d like to read about season one, you can find all of our previous episode reports on our Lucha Underground tag page. For season two, click here.

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And now, the Over/Under on Lucha Underground season two, episode 11.

Over?: A Very Roundabout Dario Cueto Investigation

So the first thing you need to know about this episode is that Dario Cueto’s organized a new Trios tournament, which is the best news. The Trios tournament in season one ended up deciding a lot of stories and matches for Ultima Lucha, and I like each season of Lucha having a certain rhythm. It’s like pay-per-views without pay-per-views. The season premiere, Aztec Warfare, Trios Tournament, Ultima Lucha.

The second thing you need to know is that Officers Reyes and Ryan are beating paired up in a trios team by their police captain as the next step in their ongoing investigation/taking down of Dario Cueto. I love this from a kitschy point of view, but man, aren’t there easier ways to get to Cueto? He’s running an “underground” fighting ring, but there are fans coming in and out of there all the time. Danny Trejo pops in. Ron Funches got a seat, you’re telling me Ron Funches has connections to underground LA fight clubs and the local police can’t get a ticket?