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The CMLL Torneo Nacional De Parejas Increibles 2010 or "National Incredible Pairs Tournament 2010" was the first of a series of Lucha Libre (professional wrestling) tournaments for Tag Teams traditionally held early in the year. The tournament was based on the Lucha Libre Parejas Increibles match type where two wrestlers of opposite allegiance, portraying either villains, referred to as "Rudos" in Lucha Libre wrestling terminology or fan favorites, or "Technicos". At times some of the team members were be part of a pre-existing scripted feuds or storylines with each other. There were some exceptions to the "Tecnico teams with a Rudo" rule, but the majority of the teams has been actual Parejas Increibles. In this tournament each team represented the region where they were born or where they learned to wrestle which also excluded any non-Mexican competitors from the tournament. The teams represented the four most important regions of Lucha Libre in Mexico Mexico, Guadalajara, Jalisco, the La Laguna Region and Monterrey, Nuevo León. The team of Máscara Dorada and Atlantis won the 2010 tournament.

Tournament

Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) introduced their annual Torneo Nacional De Parejas Increibles tournament in January 2010. The tournament would feature teams of wrestlers who do not usually team up, in fact most of the teams are on opposite sides of the Tecnico/Rudo (Fan favorite/villain) divide and were often times direct rivals. The participating teams would all represent the region where they were raised or where they learned to wrestle. The 16 teams represented Mexico, Guadalajara, Jalisco, the La Laguna Region and Monterrey, Nuevo León in the tournament. The tournament was a standard single-elimination Tag Team, split into two brackets of eight teams, the two matches for the two brackets took place on the January 22, 2010 Super Viernes and the January 29, 2010 Super Viernes and the final match was held on the February 5, 2010 Super Viernes as the semi-main event of the show.

Tournament participants

Three of the teams in the 2010 tournament were not actually Increibles as Rudos El Felino and Sangre Azteca teamed up, Rudos Ephesto and Euforia were paired as well as tecnicos El Sagrado and Shocker and Héctor Garza and Toscano, done to fit the "Regional" approach. The following teams were part of the 2010 Torneo Nacional De Parejas Increibles, listed by the city/area they represented:

Key
Symbol Meaning
(T) This wrestler is a Tecnico
(R) This wrestler is a Rudo
Mexico City
Guadalajara
La Laguna
Monterrey, Nuevo León

Block A

To determine the team match-ups in the tournament a representative of each team entered a Battle royal where the order of elimination determined when the team would wrestle in the first round – the first two wrestlers eliminated would face off, then the next two and the next two, with the final two men in the ring facing off in the last of the opening round matches.

The first Battle Royal, on January 22, included El Terrible, El Hijo del Fantasma, Averno, Dragón Rojo, Jr., Euforia, Máscara Dorada, Máximo and Misterioso II. The match ended with El Terrible and El Hijo del Fantasma as the last two wrestlers in the ring, which meant their teams would meet in the final first round match that evening. After the match order was determined the actual tournament began. The first match saw Atlantis and Máscara Dorada defeat Dragón Rojo, Jr. and La Sombra. While Atlantis is a Rudo the team got along without any problems, Atlantis wore his old Tecnico style white mask and wrestled a more tecnico style to complement Máscara Dorada. The second match saw Máximo and Mr. Niebla form a team that quickly earned the nickname La Peste con Amour ("the Love Plague") born from Mr. Niebla being part of La Peste Negra ("the Black Plague") and Máximo's Exótico ring character. The team won when Máximo kissed Blue Panther or Misterioso II, distracting him long enough for Mr. Niebla to sneak up behind him to roll him up for the pinfall. The third first round match paired longtime rivals Místico, CMLL's top Tecnico up with Averno, one of CMLL's top Rudos together to face Euforia and Averno's regular partner Ephesto. Místico and Averno came out with a surprising show of unity as they both wore masks that melded their own masks with their partner's mask, the arch-enemies got along in the match, handily winning it. The last match saw El Terrible and Volador, Jr. defeat Hijo del Fantasma and Mephisto to earn their way to the quarter finals.

Atlantis and Máscara Dorada defeateed La Pestre con Amour when Máximo tried to kiss Atlantis to distract him, but ended up kissing Mr. Niebla instead, distracting Mr. Niebla so he lost to a quick roll-up and pinfall. The most talked about storyline of the evening took place in the second quarter final match as Místico and Averno took on Volador, Jr. and El Terrible. Up until that night Místico and Volador, Jr. (Along with La Sombra had formed a trio called "Super Sky Team", but on the night of January 22 that partnership ended in a surprising fashion. During the match Místico wrestled a much more aggressive, Rudo style especially when in the ring with Volador, Jr. Mistico would tear up Volador's mask and win by cheating. Following the match Místico kept attacking Volador, Jr. The semi-final match once again saw Místico continue his newly-found Rudo ways, tearing at Máscara Dorada's mask and wrestling a more brutal style than he usually wrestled. In the end Atlantis forced Averno to submit to win a place in the finals of the match. Initially it was thought that Místico's rudo tactics were just because he was teamed up with Averno, leaving his true aliegeance up in the air at that moment.

Block B

The second block matches took place on January 29 and again started with a battle royal to determine the order of matches.The match included El Sagrado, Ray Mendoza, Jr., Stuka, Jr.La Máscara, Rush, Sangre Azteca, Toscano and Valiente with Ray Mendoza, Jr. and Stuka, Jr. being the last two men in the ring. In the first round El Sagrado and Shocker defeated Rey Bucanero and Valiente, taking full advantage of the fact that they were able to get along without problems. Negro Casas and La Mascara defeated El Texano, Jr. and Rush despite the two being involved in a long going rivalry between the [[Casas family#|]] and the Alvarado family (La Mascara is the son of Jesús Alvarado Nieves better known under the ring name Brazo de Oro). Héctor Garza and Toscano defeated El Felino and Sangre Azteca. In the final first round match Último Guerrero and Stuka, Jr. defeated Ray Mendoza, Jr. and Brazo de Plata as Mendoza and Brazo de Plata were uable to put their animocity aside for the night. The longest first round match went 05:11 while the shortest match was 03:52. In the second round La Mascara and Negro Casas defeated Shocker and El Sagrado while Garza and Toscano defeated the bracket favorites Último Guerrero and Stuka, Jr. While Toscano and Garza were both Tecnicos (fan favorites) and had teamed before it was the Rudo (villain)/tecnico team of Negro Casas and La Mascara who worked best together and won the semi-final match, earning the right to face Atlantis and Máscara Dorada the following week for the Parejas Increibles Nacional tournament trophy.

Finals

La Máscara and Negro Casas were clearly the crowd favorites in the finals of the Pareja Increibles Nacional tournament as they were on their "home turf" in Mexico City. La Máscara and Casas faced Atlantis and Máscara Dorada, representing Guadalajara, Jalisco. Unlike the preliminary rounds matches that were only one fall matches the finals featured the traditional Mexican best two out of three falls. La Máscara and Casas won the first fall when Casas pinned Atlantis after 08:07. Atlantis forced Negro Casas to submit and Máscara Dorada forced La Máscara to submit to claim the second fall after 3 minutes and 32 seconds of wrestling. The final fall went 12:30, taking the entire match to the 24:09 mark and saw Atlantis force Negro Casas to submit, followed by La Máscara being counted out as he was outside the ring for more than 20 seconds giving Atlantis and Máscara Dorada the victory and the trophy for the Parejas Increibles Nacional tournament. The tournament was deemed a success by several magazines and websites as it managed to change up the status quo of CMLL.

Tournament brackets

  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                             
 Máscara Dorada and Atlantis W  
 La Sombra and Dragón Rojo, Jr.  
   Máscara Dorada and Atlantis W  
 
   Máximo and Mr. Niebla  
 Blue Panther and Misterioso, Jr.
 Máximo and Mr. Niebla W  
   Máscara Dorada and Atlantis W  
   Místico and Averno  
 Místico and Averno W  
 Ephesto and Euforia  
   Místico and Averno W
 
   El Terrible and Volador, Jr.  
 El Hijo del Fantasma and Mephisto
 El Terrible and Volador, Jr. W  
   Máscara Dorada and Atlantis W
   La Máscara and Negro Casas
 El Sagrado and Shocker W  
 Valiente and Rey Bucanero W  
   El Sagrado and Shocker
 
   La Máscara and Negro Casas W  
 El Texano, Jr. and Rouge
 La Máscara and Negro Casas W  
   La Máscara and Negro Casas w
   Stuka, Jr. and Último Guerrero  
 El Felino and Sangre Azteca  
 Héctor Garza and Toscano W  
   Héctor Garza and Toscano
 
   Stuka, Jr. and Último Guerrero W  
 Stuka, Jr. and Último Guerrero W
 Brazo de Plata and Ray Mendoza, Jr.  


Aftermath

The tournament winners Atlantis and Máscara Dorada did not team up after the tournament ended until they were reunited for the 2011 Torneo Nacional De Parejas Increibles, which they would also win. The only team in the tournament that would actually continue to team up was La Peste Con Amour as Maximo and Mr. Niebla would team up throughout February and March, teasing both Maximo turning Rudo and Mr. Niebla turning Tecnico. The two would team up until mid to late March 2010 when Mr. Niebla suffered a knee injury and the storyline was dropped.

The biggest storyline to come from the tournament was the apparent Rudo turn of CMLL's top Tecnico Místico, a turn that was cemented during the February 5, 2010 Super Viernes where he faced Volador, Jr. in a brutal match that saw Místico work a full-fledged Rudo style. In the second fall Místico pulled his mask off and threw it to Volador, Jr. in an attempt to get Volador, Jr. disqualified. The end came when Volador, Jr. reversed Místico's La Mística and won by applying the same move to Místico. Following the match Místico angrily proclaimed “¡Yo soy la máxima figura de la lucha libre!”. ("I am the greatest figure in wrestling"). On February 12, 2010 Místico lost the Mexican National Light Heavyweight Championship to Volador, Jr. losing two falls to one. In April, 2010 Místico announced that he was done being a Rúdo and returned to the Técnico side, although Volador, Jr. kept suspicious of Místico. The storyline between the two cooled off for a bit, but in late May, 2010 tension resumed as Místico and Volador, Jr. faced off once again over the Mexican Light Heavyweight Championship, with Volador, Jr. retaining the belt. At the 2010 Sin Salida the two were on opposite sides of a Relevos Increibles, Místico teamed with Máscara Dorad and Mr. Águila while Volador, Jr. teamed with Averno and Negro Casas. Averno came to the ring wearing the same combined Averno/Místico mask he had worn for the Parejas Increibles tournament and tried to convince Místico to join the rúdo side, only to turn around and reveal that both he and Volador, Jr. were wearing a combined Averno/Volador, Jr. mask underneath. Volador, Jr. worked as a rúdo throughout the match, losing the match for his team when he tried to cheat but was caught by the referee. The storyline between Místico and Volador, Jr. would continue to build, but remained unresolved when Místico left CMLL to join World Wrestling Federation as "Sin Cara".

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