Holy crap!!! That's WAY exceeding any hopes or expectations I had! Amazing work! Can't wait to hear who you've gotten!
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So the names Vegas posted who were supposed to be there
Rey Mysterio Konnan Ultimo Dragon LA PARK Hijo De LA PARK Penta Zero M Rey Fenix El Mesias Ricky Banderas (Mil Muertes) Psychosis (Nicho) Solar Solar Jr Juventud Guerrera John Hennigan Taya Valkyrie Rey Horus (Dragon Azteca Jr.) Keyra Thunder Rosa Damian 666 Bestia 666 Lil Cholo (Mala Suerte) Mariachi Loco (Saltador) Marty "The Moth" Martinez Pirata Morgan Fuerza Guerrera Willie Mack Puma King Tiger Felino Polvora Rush Serpentico Super Crazy Brody King Douglas James Maximo La Mascara Demus El Misterioso Mano Negra Negro Navarro El Cobarde Piloto Suicida Shamu Jr Acero Dorado Sin Limite Bionico Dr Maldad
Taking out the names already in FG (Konnan, Crazy, Mack, Rosa, Marty the Moth)....that means for possible LOW signings, LA Park, Psychosis, Juventud and Rey Misterio.....any of those would be amazing...that more than one might be signed..incredible.
Some of the other Mexican wrestlers would likely be either a Best of Mexico set and/or PP cards.
Either way.....amazing stuff still coming from FG.
God, if we get Negro Navarro I'll personally fly out to Vegas and wash his car...or something. Lucha and especially classic lucha are SO underrepresented among bootleggers--and I'm guilty of it as anyone when I pass off on lucha so I can research guys who only wrestled for '70s IWE in Japan or lumpy WAR mid-carders or whatever my LOW obsession is at the moment. I could live the rest of my life just running Negro vs. Johnny Saint over and over again.
Helpful tip in the semi-unlikely event that Fuerza Guerrera is signed: add a mechanic where his opponent's Deathjump is an automatic A, to simulate his propensity to peer off the top turnbuckle like Wile E. Coyote overlooking a cliff before inevitably crashing and burning.