AAA TV (SUN) 12/05 Auditorio Benito Juarez, Zapopan, Jalico
1) Gato Eveready, Octagoncito, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Decnnis, Mini Abismo Negro, Polvo de Estrellas
2) Aerostar, El Elegido, Octagón vs Alan Stone, Chris Stone, Súper Fly
3) Silver King & Último Gladiador vs Joe Lider & Nicho el Millionario and El Ilegal & Hernandez [AAA TAG, Ladder]
4) Espíritu, Extreme Tiger, Jack Evans, La Parka Jr. vs ???, Cibernético, Escoria, Taboo
5) El Mesías vs LA Park
6) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Damián 666, Halloween, X-Fly
7) Dr. Wagner Jr. vs Zorro [AAA HEAVY]
2010 AAA TV Recap
Projected Air Date (#967)
I haven’t been on the boards today, so this may have been posted on one of those first, but I saw it on En El Ring.
With the obvious exception of the second match, everything makes sense based on the TV angles they’ve done so far. Super Fly on the rudo team is no surprise, but unless they did a backstage angle to explain it in Leon, they won’t have actually done the turn before this show happens. After all this build up, forgetting to do the actual turn is just about right.
Once Lider brought in a ladder for no reason, it was pretty obvious they were doing a multiteam ladder match soon. I’d guess Ozz & Cuervo would be in this too if they weren’t in a different country.
Mystery man is a New Bizarro. Tecnico side are the guys who the Bizarros have attacked (plus Tiger.)
First time Mesias & Park have had a singles match. That’s really the second biggest match on the show.
Cage match does NOT have hair or masks on the line. When this feud started, it seemed very likely the Perros would be the ones to finally end the streak. Not nearly as likely with X-Fly involved.
Zorro and Dr. Wagner theoretically could have title singles matches for two straight Sundays. They could be in the Lucha Libre Premier finals tomorrow and this title match on Sunday, which may tell you all you need to know about who’s actually going to be in those finals. We like Zorro, but he seems to be just a guy to get to be a challenger here and it’d be a surprise if the title changes hands.
It’s a bit surprising AAA didn’t just use up Chessman’s title match here. If they’re going to adhere to their own rules, Chessman now must cash in the title shot at Rey de Reyes. (They may not.)