06/13 AAA TV Taping (Mexico City) – TripleMania, final lineup (maybe)

AAA TV (SAT) 06/13 Palacio de Los Deportes
1) Fabi Apache, Gran Apache, Octagoncito, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Billy Boy, Mini Abismo Negro, Polvo de Esterllas, Sexy Star
2) Aerostar, Laredo Kid, Super Fly vs Killer Clown, Psycho Clown, Zombie Clown
3) Alex Koslov vs Alan Stone, Crazy Boy, Extreme Tiger [AAA CRUISER, hardcore]
4) Charly Manson, Rocky Romero, X-Pac vs Cuervo, Ozz, Zorro
5) Latin Lover & Marco Corleone vs Joe Lider & Nicho el Millionario [AAA TAG]
6) Dr. Wagner Jr. vs Mesias [AAA HEAVY, UWA Heavy]
7) El Hijo del Santo, Jack Evans, La Parka Jr., Octagon, Vampiro vs Chessman, Electro Shock, Kenzo Suzuki, Silver King, Teddy Hart [cage, control of AAA]

2009 AAA TV Chart
Projected Air Date (#893/#894)
Mexico: 06/21, 06/28
US: 07/11, 07/18

Box Y Lucha’s lineups has the four title matches AAA has on it’s site, but it also has an “also appearing” list of wrestlers. Based on what we’ve been told so far, and who’s left, it’s pretty easy to put things together. Of course, everything’s subject to change until it happens.

Match by match, and note that I’m totally guessing on card order

  1. Minis have been added to the opener. This is Gran Apache’s return after Billy attacked his leg and put him out on 03/04 (though he’s been wrestling off TV in the interim and the injury hasn’t really been brought up much.) Long term plan here seems to be Sexi/Fabi in a mask/hair match, but the goal here should be a good match to start off the show
  2. This isn’t going to be the end of the winning streak either. If the story stays as it has, Super Fly probably has his big fall out with his partners.
  3. There was some thought the commission would have some problem with a ladder/hardcore match, but they seemed okay with Vamp/Mesias last year. This’ll be the stunt show of the night. It’d be quick to do a title change.
  4. More Zorro/X-Pac. The article on the website teased some special stip, so maybe there will be something to seperate this from the other trios they’ve done in this feud. Cuervo replaced Scoria along the way. Maybe Scoria gets added back to give Elegido a way onto the show, since he appears to have gone from being in a co-main event to not being at all.
  5. Why not have Marco and Latin win? Maybe they can get some press out of it, but it’s not like anyone’s really done much memorable with the tag titles when they’ve had it, and at least this duo would be less likely to lose all their non-title matches.
  6. Would Wagner agree to come in if he was not going to be the man? I know my answer to that, though there’s still some wiggle room between “was clearly the victor” and “actually won the match”
  7. Legion has had their six months of fun, and I don’t what there’s left to do if they’re all in control. I just don’t know what they’re going to do next either way – the old status quo of Roldan running AAA and Konnan trying to take over but inexplicably still on the show has been done, and sliding back to it would be lame. Konnan really needs to disappear off TV for a while to sell the trimpuht, but that doesn’t sound like something this company would do.

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06/07 AAA TV Lineup (Pachuca)

AAA TV (SUN) 06/07 Palenque de la Feria, Pachuca, Hidalgo [AAA]
1) Mascarita Divina, Mascarita Sagrada 2007, Octagoncito vs Mini Abismo Negro, Mini Histeria, Mini Psicosis
2) Aerostar, Fabi Apache, Gato Eveready vs Billy Boy, Sexy Star, Tigre Cota
3) Crazy Boy, Laredo Kid, Ultimo Gladiador vs Killer Clown, Psycho Clown, Zombie Clown
4) Jack Evans, La Parka Jr., Octagon vs Electro Shock, Kenzo Suzuki, Teddy Hart
5) Mesias & Silver King vs Dr. Wagner Jr. & Konnan [ri]

2009 AAA TV Chart
Projected Air Date (#892)
Mexico: 06/14
US: 07/04 (hmm, maybe not exactly on THAT day)

Last stop before TripleMania. Note that this will the day after TripleMania in Mexico, so they’re only building that show for TV purposes here.

Main event is a relevos increidble. Given the four they had in, kinda surprised they didn’t team up the Wagner brothers, but perhaps they don’t want to tease that if they’re not going to follow up.

Semimain is Team Roldan vs Team Legion. Normally, that’d mean the finish here is the opposite of what’s going to happen in the cage.

Clowns facing guys they’ve beat, though not exactly in that combination.

First time the Aerostar/Fabi relationship has been addressed in a while, though that may be more about building to the cage match.

Minis match is presented by Guapito, and El Brazo will be special referee.

I think I’ve worked out the complete TripleMania card; will post it later.

Sunday Coliseo results, links

CMLL (SUN) 05/31 Arena Coliseo [Ovaciones]
1) BengalaPrincipe ValientePuma KingTiger Kid
2) Guerrero Maya Jr.Hijo de UltramanStarman DQ René Guajardo Jr.SkandaloVangelis
3) EuforiaNosferatuVirusFabian el GitanoFlashStuka Jr.
4) AtlantisRey BucaneroUltimo GuerreroSagradoShockerValiente
5) Dos Caras Jr.Tetsuya NaitoYujiroHector GarzaHijo del FantasmaLa Mascara

Rudos won the main event in straight falls. Garza was hurt between falls, which made it easier.

Misterioso replaced Rey Bucanero. Nice that Shocker showed up for this one. Guerrero Maya is said to have looked good, but no mention of what drew the DQ.

LuchandoLibre breaks down the Rey Bucanero & Ephesto match to analyze for Rey’s injury. He was limping slightly in the first fall.

Ohtani’s Jacket says Averno vs Panther makes him wnat to give up on current lucha.

The latest Box Y Lucha TV is up.

Apux @ Box Y Lucha has pictures of the Arena Coliseo Acapulco art/music show.

(Watch out for autoplaying music:) Paraiso de la Lucha Libre says Ice Killer had minor surgery on his back. They’ve also got pictures from yesterday’s Arena San Juan show.

In case you’re in Switzerland, here’s the poster for the CMLL matches next week.