Dos de Tres has videos from the press conference (Latin Lover out of AAA, Dorian on Dos Leyendas, LA Park on La Parka Jr., LA Park on AAA), but you may want to just skip to SuperLuchas meticulous point by point recap of the press conference. I think my comments are going to make it sound like it was more unproductive than it truly was’ it seems like it was just a usual press conference.
Dorian and Konnan spent a fair amount of their speeches attacking CMLL for being lame and copying them, saying they only push their favorites. AAA is oh so clearly different. Dorian told the press that Felino was going to lose tonight, he’s sick of hearing about CMLL being better when they’re in full meltdown and putting everything on two people. Konnan complained that Panico and Franco Colombo are controlling CMLL to help their favorites, leaving others wasted.
Latin Lover was announced as done here. Konnan says Latin Lover complained too much, wanted too much money, and was actually supposed to be the surprise for the Heroes Inmortales show but no-showed that too (so they ended up with Konnan Big; partially, Konnan does not want the blame for Konnan Big!) If this is true, it boggles the mind why they would’ve not only brought him back for Guerra de Titanes, but then had him win a title shot. The Latin Lover firing actually comes off more like Latin Lover had better things to do (TV show). It’s actually sort of tough to fire someone who doesn’t show up.
The only stuff really discussed about AAA was the La Parka/LA Park feud (though Alex talked briefly about the Cruiserweight title and alliances with TNA, NOAH, AJPW and ROH were mentioned in exactly the same amount of detail as this sentence). Park maintains he’s here just to fight Wagner and Parka Jr. – he only needs one match with Parka to beat him up, not really the masks – and then he’s out of here. Park insists he’s not part of AAA, which Dorian and Konnan were not expecting to hear. LA Park did make it clear he’ll show up on tonight’s show.
TripleMania was also announced for June 6, in Palacio de la Deportes. That’s a Sunday, and surely one CMLL will be running an extra show at Arena Mexico.