10/20 AAA TV Results (Actopan)

AAA TV (WED) 10/20 Arena Actopan [Black Terry Jr. (flickr), AAA, Mi Lucha Libre, Mi Lucha Libre (2)]
1) Alissa Flash & Sexy Star b Fabi Apache & Mari Apache
2) Billy Boy, Tigre Cota, Tito Santana b Argenis, Crazy Boy, Gato Eveready
3) Joe Lider & Nicho el Millionario b Silver King & Último Gladiador [handcuff]
4) Chessman, Hernandez, Zorro b Cuervo, La Parka Jr., Ozz
5) Damián 666, Electroshock, Halloween b Cibernético, El Mesías, Octagón

2010 AAA TV Chart
Projected Air Date (#961)
Mexico: 10/31
US: 11/13

Tabu, Cibernetico, Escoria/Black Terry Jr.

Alissa picked up the win in the opener.

Segunda did end up as a trios, with Tito Santana being brought in to the Militia and Argenis getting onto the show. Cota got Gato with a sharpshooter.

Tercera had unannounced rules. Nicho & Silver were handcuffed to the ring, with Joe & UG battling to the key. Silver was freed first and Konnan helped the rudos work over Lider. Lider got enough of a comeback to free Nicho, and picked up the win with chair assisted facebreaker.

Konnan helped the rudos again in the fourth match, and Zorro pinned Cuervo with a cane shot to the face. Rudos beat down the tecnicos after the match, with 187 making the save.

Sounds like Octagon & Cibernetico didn’t get along during or after the main event. Octagon was pinned by Halloween after the Motorcycle Rider (with a new mask) appeared and distracted Octagon. Maybe it’s Pentagon? Cibernetico reiterated his anger with Octagon after the match, despite Mesias trying to make peace. Cibernetico also introduced his newest Bizarro – Escoria, who had a new look. Escoria is out of the Black Family, though we didn’t get their reaction to this on this show.

Next taping is Halloween.

3 thoughts to “10/20 AAA TV Results (Actopan)”

  1. Argenis clearly much more deserving of bookings than Aero Star. Maybe he’s on TV so the announcers can take shots at Mistico during the commenmtary.

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