AAA TV (WED) 06/16 Auditorio Miguel Barragan de San Luis Potosi [DosDeTres, AAA]
1) Gato Eveready, Gran Apache, Relampago b Billy Boy, Decnnis, El Brazo
2) Cuervo & Escoria b Alan Stone & Chris Stone
3) Alex Koslov, Chessman, Kenzo Suzuki b Heavy Metal, Jack Evans, Pimpinela Escarlata
4) Electroshock & Último Gladiador b Dr. Wagner Jr. & Octagón
5) Hernandez, LA Park, Zorro b Cibernético, Joe Lider, Nicho el Millionario
2010 AAA TV Chart
Projected Air Date (#942)
No Konnan on the taping, since he was at E3. No Perros, though they did not go unmentioned. LA Park did a promo (at least for Dos de Tres) saying he and Dorian were friends again and the Perros were coming in to destroy AAA. LA Park was in a good mood on the show, with AAA’s recap noting he was doing bits from his first run in AAA as La Parka. He also annoyed Marisela Pena enough that Pena threw a drink at him. Park powerbombed Lider onto chairs to pick up the win.
Early on the show, Wagner was talking about winning the title and defending it against anyone, when he was interrupted Vampiro. Vampiro said Dr. Wagner Junior had hurt his knee many years ago, and wanted revenge. They brawled here. After the semimain, with Electroshock beating Wagner, Vampiro ran down again and attacked Wagner. Not sure how this will come off on TV, but this was kind of hilarious on Dos de Tres’ video, because security flooded the ring to presumbably keep them apart, except they all just stood in the ring and watched for a while until Vampiro pulled Wagner’s mask. Not sure if they came into the ring too soon or something else was supposed to happen. Electroshock was conflicted by the Vampiro/Wagner fight, leaving to the entrance then returning to do a lot of staring.
It seems like this is the setup for Vampiro challenging Dr. Wagner Jr. at Verano de Escandalo. You can see some logic in using Big Star Vampiro vs Wagner as a top match, especially on a show like this where they don’t have as long to build. The idea doesn’t hold up much past that – there are other guys who could’ve meant as much as Big Names and Vampiro/Wagner is going to be a poor match. AAA doesn’t seem to want to see Vampiro in the ring – he’s been pulled from more TV matches (2) than matches he’s actually had since coming back (1) – so putting him in a singles match is crazy.
With Electroshock hanging around and AAA loving to do multiman matches, it probably won’t be Vampiro vs Wagner one on one by the time the show runs around.
Chessman pinned Metal in the tercera.
Alan & Chris were having issues in their match and after their loss. I’m not sure the point of a breakup angle of guys who are barely on this show; even if one turns, it doesn’t mean much and it shouldn’t be expected to go anywhere.
There appeared to be no follow up to Relampago’s bit at TripleMania; he was the same opening card tecnico as he has ever been and got the pin on El Brazo. Maybe they taped something backstage, but if there’s nothing going on by Sunday’s taping, this has great possibilities of being a wacky lucha meme.