07/04 AAA TV Results (Merida)

AAA TV (SUN) 07/04 Poliforum Zamna, Merida, Yucatan [Yucatan]
1) Billy Boy & Tigre CotaAerostar & Súper Fly
2) Alex Koslov, Christina Von Eerie, Jennifer BlakeFabi Apache, Mari Apache, Pimpinela Escarlata
3) Alex Koslov, Hernandez, ZorroCibernético, Jack Evans, Rocky Romero
4) Damián 666, Halloween, Super CrazyDr. Wagner Jr., Joe Lider, Nicho el Millionario
5) La Parka Jr.LA Park

2010 AAA TV Chart
Projected Air Date (#947)
Mexico: 07/25
US: 08/07

The article says over 6,000 people showed up, but they have some slight errors elsewhere in the article.

Aerostar took Laredo Kid’s spot. After he and Super Fly lost, Super Fly was angry with his partner. Here we go again! I guess Octagon only made peace with  Fly & Laredo, not Aero.

Pimpi was about to kiss Alex when Alex stopped him and superkicked him for the win. This was the last ‘week’ of Mari’s time as a maid, so she attacked the rudas after the match. Alex attacked back, and Aerostar ran out for the save.

Alex came back to work the tercera, subbing for Chessman. Lucky for him, it was a short match. Unluckily for the tecnicos, it was short because Rocky Romero turned on them, joining the Legion. Later in the show, Joaquin vowed to make Rocky regret joining the Legion. It seems like he’s getting the cruiserweight match at Verano, so I don’t believe he’ll regret it all that much.

Damian pinned Nicho clean with the la valagueza to take the semimain.

The main event had plenty of shenanigan – Piero, Hijo de Tirantes, Konnan, and Super Crazy all got involved for one side or another- but Parka got his pinfall, the only tecnico win of the night. Legion & Perros ran in post match, AAA ran them off.

AAA mentioned the next couple of tapings on TV this past Sunday
07/25 – Mexico City (Expo) – a three week break.
07/29 – Toluca

Also, Verano was announced as 08/14, a week later than originally mentioned. That means they’ve still got to announce an early August taping as the usual lame duck show.

AAA hasn’t announced any matches for Verano yet, though it’s not difficult to guess a lineup. The Lucha Libre Expo taping looks to be very important; that’s the show people are going to see a couple weeks before the event, so they’ve got to make the top matches very clear by then.

2 thoughts to “07/04 AAA TV Results (Merida)”

  1. Opener looks fun but who knows if it’ll air. They cut the SLP opener from TV yesterday with roughly the same level of wrestlers involved.

  2. AAA website says Laredo/Super Fly in the opener so maybe the newspaper screwed up saying Aero Star was involved.

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