04/17 AAA TV Results (Orizaba)

AAA TV (SAT) 04/17 Plaza de Toros la Concordia de Orizaba [AAA]
1) Cuervo, Escoria, EspírituCrazy Boy, Gato Eveready, Relampago
2) Fabi Apache & Mari ApacheJennifer Blade & Rain
3) Billy Boy, Decnnis, OzzExtreme Tiger, Generico, Jack Evans
4) Dr. Wagner Jr.Sabu
5) La Parka Jr., Octagón, Pimpinela EscarlataElectroshock, Silver King, Último Gladiador
6) Chessman, Hernandez, ZorroCibernético, El Mesías, Heavy Metal

Projected Air Date (#936, #937)
Mexico: 05/02, 05/09
US: 05/15, 05/22

2010 AAA TV RecapProjected Air Date (#936, #937)Mexico: 05/02, 05/09US: 05/15, 05/22

If the poster hanging up outside the building says one thing, and the offical press releases of the promotion say another, go with the poster.

No notes on the first two matches, except the women’s match did indeed happen despite not being listed earlier this week.

After the second, La Parka Jr. came to the ring to offer LA Park a match at TripleMania with any stip he wanted. Parka went on to says LA Park had betrayed AAA 13 years ago by leaving, and Parka will shut his big month. Parka also said the character of La Parka is AAA’s, just like Latin Lover, Psicosis, Histeria, Gronda and more, so that makes him the true La Parka. Thinking he should’ve stuck with his first point.

Generico debuted, lost to Ozz. This makes more sense when you consider Billy and Decnnis were his partners and they sure aren’t getting pins. Just surprised the rudos won at all, but maybe today’s theme was to have the foreigners lose to the locals.

Maybe in that same idea, Wagner beat Sabu clean after Sabu went thru a table and took a Wagner Driver. Wagner said he doesn’t need the ex-WagnerManiacos, he’s still Wagner.

Pimpi was the mystery person for the tecnico side. Either before or early on, LA Park (not so done here after all) attacked Parka Jr., dropping him with a martinete. Medical personal tried to get Parka Jr., but Parka and the ex-WagnerManiacos held them off and beat up Parka a bit more. Octagon & Pimpi were outnumbered, so Wagner ran down to help. This was the one time AAA decided to call a disqualification for interfernece, but Wagner proposed starting a new WagnerManaicos with Octagon & Pimpi.

Rudos won the main event, with Mesias and his hurt (and probably not surgically repaired yet) shoulder being the focal point. Zorro took out the arm and beat him via submissions. Rudos continued to attack after the match, until Joaquin Roldan and Vampiro came to the ring. Vampiro then turned on Joaquin, giving him a Michinoku Driver. Dorian approved, and Marisela Pena jumped in the ring to slap her son. Somewhere in here, AAA guys ran in for the save and were destroyed.

2 thoughts to “04/17 AAA TV Results (Orizaba)”

  1. When ratings come out for AAA, we must keep in mind that their “permanent timeslot” of 4-6p was 3-5p instead.

    I don’t know how tv will feel when they are stretching out six matches over two weeks for two-hour episodes. Just as I was getting excited about AAA television potential, this seems like a setback.

    Today’s AAA show on Galavision Mexico looked good.

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