AAA on Televisa #963 (11/06/2010)

taped Polideportivo La Huizachera, Tehuacan, Puebla, 10/18/2010

using your head

Cinthia Moreno & Esther Moreno vs Alissa Flash & Kitzune Nanoko: AAA throwing people on TV with no introduction or explanation never gets old. Of the four women in the match, Kitzune was the most entertaining to me, which really is not at all what I expected it to turn out. I’m surprised the foreigners won, especially the one that didn’t seem like they were coming back, but I’m trying to make sense of nonsense.

Laredo Kid & Súper Fly vs Decnnis & Tigre Cota: Super Fly is the world’s worst actor, but maybe that was supposed to be the point? Super Fly never did the reveal of the injury being a ruse all along, so it sort of comes off on it’s own as a strange injury angle and not the subtle start of a turn. There was definitely nothing subtle here, including the shot of Cibernetico walking into the building to put this match in it’s correct context. Decnnis & Tigre Cota are fully taking advantage of the opportunity to do wacky bits on TV. That’s the way to go.

Cuervo, Espíritu, Ozz vs Damián 666, Halloween, Super Crazy: Secta came off as important people here, which is pleasantly surprising. This wasn’t the Perros stumbling backwards into a win, but Ozz just being better than Super Crazy on the night. The big difference between rudo Secta and tecnico Secta is the tecnico version wears shirts.

Joe Lider & Nicho el Millionario vs Alan Stone & Chris Stone: Still waiting on the Stones being interesting as a rudo. This was a normal 187 match with the Stones getting a win to set up, uh, probably nothing more than the finish of the match. At some point they’re all start having angles going some place.

El Mesías, La Parka Jr., Octagón vs Hernandez, LA Park, Zorro: Different mask for the skull guy on this show than the last, and he’ll have another one on the next show. That’s one of those things you need to figure out in advance. Also good to figure out: why we should still care about him. Octagon was selling a lot during this match, but he doesn’t seem particularly concerned about his attacker and Skull Mask is suddenly more concerned with La Parka.

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