11/27 AAA TV Results (Toluca)

AAA TV (SAT) 11/27 Villa Charra de Toluca
1) Jennifer Blake, Tigre Cota, Tito SantanaCrazy Boy, Fabi Apache, Gato Eveready
2) Mascarita Divina, Mini Charly Manson, OctagoncitoMini Chessman, Mini Histeria, Mini Psicosis
3) Decnnis, Silver King, Último GladiadorExtreme Tiger, Jack Evans, Laredo Kid
4) Cibernético, Escoria, TabooEl Ilegal, Hernandez, Zorro
5) El Mesías, Joe Lider, La Parka Jr.Damián 666, Electroshock, Halloween

2010 AAA TV Chart
Projected Air Date (#966)
Mexico: 12/05
US: 12/18

Secret taping = sponsored by AC Delco with free tickets, so they didn’t need to advertise it.

No Super Fly appearance. Or turn.

Cota pinned Crazy boy. Charly beat Chessman.

Silver cut off Tiger going for the 450 and superplexed him to take the third. After the match, Silver King kicked Electroshock (not present) out of the Maniacos and promised a new member soon.

Taboo and Escoria were the ‘new wrestlers’, I guess. Ilegal tried his senton on Scoria, Cibernetico pulled his friend out of the way and dropped Ilegal with a stunner. Scoria added a top rope legdrop for the win. Amadeus and Nygma hit the ring post match to beat up Ilegal some more, with his partners fleeing.

Electroshock did not get along with his partners, and they were fighting among themselves. Mesias got the pin with a DDT on Electroshock. La Sociedad destroyed Electroshock after the match, blocking anyone from making a save for some time.

7 thoughts to “11/27 AAA TV Results (Toluca)”

  1. I saw your tweet of the flyer yesterday – Where I live, there are massive GE and P&G plants/offices/subcontractors, and about once a year the company will hold a “private” function at Kings Island, a local amusement park. Essentially, the corporation will buy the place out, and then the employees and their families get to go for free.
    I am assuming that is what GM/Delco did here, and it was probably either a ridiculously hot crowd, or a dead one. If it was families excited to see lucha, it will probably be a crazy crowd. If it is people who went because they are kind of expected to by the employer, it could be very dead.

  2. I think fans had to spend $30 USD on auto parts and you got to attend the autograph session at 4p and show at 7p.

  3. Was 2010 the bloodiest year in the history of AAA? At this point they are a full-fledged blood territory like PR or a US indie.

    The AC Delco taping would be the first time in years that Corona didn’t have the ring mat.

  4. Guerra de Titanes looks to be an event full of sangre y cornea. But as long as El Zorro defeats Wagner it’s a happy ending.

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