Chikayo Nagashima, Fabi Apache, Meiko Satomura vs Christina Von Eerie, Jennifer Blake, Sexy Star: hey, these Japanese girls actually want to have a match this time! Too bad they’re in one built around throwing drinks at Mari Apache. This was still more fun than it should’ve been, though maybe they could’ve shown a replay of the finish so we could’ve got the spot they built around.
Alan Stone & Chris Stone vs Cuervo & Ozz: Worked better than last week, though they probably could’ve done this breakup without facing group every week. I liked the idea of angry/gullible Chris Stone being distracted by Hijo de Tirantes lies, that was a nice touch.
Heavy Metal, Octagón, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Electroshock, Silver King, Último Gladiador: I don’t understand why Electroshock & Metal were feuding before this match, but I understand why they might be after this match. Chris Stone and Heavy Metal both seem to be doing losing streak storylines at the same time, though at least they’re going different ways with it. It felt like they did what they usually do, but over a much shorter time, so I was okay with it.
Extreme Tiger, Joe Lider, Nicho el Millionario vs Alex Koslov, Chessman, Super Crazy: I am liking matches with 187 and Tiger. AAA must’ve broken me. I’m not sure about debuting the Perros in a semimain, but the match worked pretty well.
Cibernético, Dr. Wagner Jr., La Parka Jr. vs Hernandez, LA Park, Zorro: This was just okay, and then had the brawl that had fifteen things going on with it to make it hard to follow (including Tirantes/Apache, which seems totally unnecessary unless Tirantes is wrestler or Apache is becoming a referee.) The three way title match setup is more apparent in retrospect, though I still don’t understand why Vampiro didn’t attack Silver King.
Konnan sometimes does that nerd thing where they’re so excited to share their knowledge on something, they blurt it out even though no one besides them actually cares at that moment. It’s so weird to think of Konnan as a nerd.