- Above is the great triple threat ladder match from the latest episode of Lucha Underground.

- Ratings Intelligence has an article about Lucha Underground at this link. The article noted that Nielsen started measuring El Rey Network viewership in November. The network has been averaging 25,000 viewers from October 27th - November 25th. During that period, the four episodes of Lucha Underground that aired averaged 27,000 viewers, slightly above the network average. While there was a big jump in viewership from the first episode to the second, there was a drop after that. The audience has also been skewing older, with the average age going from 48.9 years for the first episode in that period, to 53 years for the fourth.

- Dave Meltzer wrote about some of the uncertainty facing Lucha Underground in the latest issue of The Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Meltzer noted that there will not be new episodes running for the final two shows of the year on December 24th and 31st. On the 31st, El Rey will air the entire season in order till date.

Meltzer noted that the future for the show seemed uncertain given that the show costs hundreds of thousands of dollars for each taping, while ratings have not been moving as expected and the network only pulls in $150 - $300 for a 30 second ad spot. The network recently cancelled El Matador after the first season, even though it had a commitment for a second.

- PWTorch noted that this past week's episode of Lucha Underground drew its largest audience with 34,000. This was up 113% from last week's show, which averaged 16,000 viewers. The week before that drew a series low of 5,000 viewers.