The Over/Under On Lucha Underground’s ULTIMA LUCHA Part 2

Pre-show notes:

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And now, the Over/Under on Lucha Underground Episode 38, aka ULTIMA LUCHA part two, from Aug. 5, 2015.

Under: Couldn’t Ian Hodgkinson Still Do This

For 38 episodes we’ve had Matt Striker and Vampiro in the announce booth. Things haven’t always gone smoothly. Most of the early episodes are Striker and Vamp trying to see who can pop the biggest boner, or Striker calling a casket a “funerary box” because he’s a specific kind of obnoxiously weird, and we could complain about it. After a while it all kind of evened out, and either they worked out all the kinks or we got used to it. Now Vampiro’s scheduled to face Pentagon Jr. in a PENTAGON JR WINS match, so the announce team changes. The one thing I fear most about the constantly-changing world of pro wrestling is change. It’s why I couldn’t stand NXT backstage interviewer Devin Taylor when she showed up, and will now throw hands at anyone trying to replace her. It’s not even that I like Devin Taylor, I just want some damn constancy. Familiarity.