Repeticion Lucha Underground Ultima Lucha 2 Part 3 Julio 20 2016

Watch Replay Lucha Underground S02E18 English May 25 2016

Repeticion Lucha Underground Ultima Lucha 2 Part 3 Julio 20 2016

Repeticion Lucha Underground Ultima Lucha 2 Part 3 Julio 20 2016

Lucha Underground is a professional wrestling franchise produced by the United Artists Media Group. The weekly television series airs in English on the El Rey Network and in Spanish on UniMás, featuring wrestlers from the American independent circuit and Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA), one of the biggest wrestling promotions in Mexico.[1] AAA also owns a percentage of Lucha Underground.[2] The series premiered with its first season on October 29, 2014, that ran for 39 episodes. The second season of Lucha Underground started on January 27, 2016. Prior to the taping of the last Lucha Underground show for season 2 it was announced that the show had been renewed for a third season. It was also revealed that the show would be available on iTunes for purchase. In January 2014 it was announced that producer Mark Burnett of One Three Media would be partnering with filmmaker Robert Rodriguez’s El Rey Network to launch a weekly hour-long television show in the United States in the second half of the year; the show would be affiliated with Mexico’s Asistencia Asesoría y Administración (AAA).[3] In July 2014, the show was tentatively called “Lucha: Uprising”.[4] In August 2014, the show was renamed as “Lucha Underground”, and it was announced that five AAA wrestlers would join the show, namely Blue Demon Jr., Sexy Star, Fénix, Drago and Pentagón Jr. The show would be taped in front of a live audience in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, with the first taping being on September 6, 2014.[5][6] The series premiered on October 29, 2014, on the El Rey Network and airs on Wednesdays at 8:00 p.m. ET.[7] and in Spanish on November 1, 2014, on UniMás where it airs on Saturdays at 4:00 p.m.[8] El Rey is available through cable and satellite television companies Comcast, Time Warner, Cox Communications, DirecTV,[9] Bright House Networks, Dish Network, and Suddenlink Communications.[10] UniMás is available on DirecTV and Dish Network.[11] Unlike other promotions, matches are typically shown in their entirety without commercials. Video packages highlighting wrestlers or storylines, air throughout each broadcast as well as several interactions between either the wrestlers themselves or with storyline promoter Dario Cueto, who is portrayed as a heel.