Heroes Inmortales V live coverage

Hello! AAA’s Heroes Inmortales is taking place tonight. The show is listed as starting at 5PM CST (though it may not actually get going for a while after.) The show appears to be about four hours long, and there’ll be coverage here until the show completes.

We have a chat going via coveritlive. You can find it here. If you’re on a phone or something else that does not handle mobile, try clicking here for the mobile site.

In addition to the chat, live results should turn up below and on Twitter (@luchablog).

Results elsewhere

On Now

1) Cinthia Moreno, Fabi Apache, Mari Apache b Jennifer Blake, Sexy Star, Velvet Sky [glow in the dark]
Tough to follow match. Jennfier wrapped some tape around her arm, but Sexi Star’s gear was the only glow in the dark material that showed up well. Sexi Star pinned Fabi after chair shots to the back, and the rudas danced in the ring after the match.

2) El Elegido, Octagoncito, Pimpinela Escarlata b Alan Stone, Mini Histeria, Polvo de Estrellas [lumberjack]
usual strap match combined with usual Pimpi match. She submitted Alan Stone. After Elegido & Octagoncito left for no apparent reason, the exoticos attacked. Casandro returned to make the save.
3) Abyss & Chessman b Extreme Tiger & Jack Evans [AAA TAG, TLC]
Good match for this sort of thing. Tiger did his guillotine legdrop off a ladder onto Chessman. Rudos rallied, Abyss chokeslammed Tiger thru a table with tacks on it, and Chessman put Jack thru another table before grabbing the belts. New Champs.Still To Come

4) Electroshock b La ParkaBrutus MagnusJoe LiderZorroJeff JarrettLA ParkCibernéticoSilver King[Copa Antonio Pena]
Heavy Metal did not appear. Royal Rumble rules. Parka and Park started, followed by Silver King, Electroshock, Cibernetico. La Parka eliminated himself and Cibernetico and those two fought to the back. Zorro came in, with his stick in play. Jeff Jarrett followed, and Silver King was thrown out. Joe Lider was in next, then Magnus. Park dropkicked Zorro out. Electro lowbridged Magnus to send him out. LA Park monkey fliped Lider off the apron to eliminate him. Jarrett and Park beat up on Electro forever, but when park went to pose on the middle rope, Park tossed him. Jarrett had a fit, then later tried to pull Park off the apron. Park fought him off, but a Masked Zorro ran in to attack, and Electroshock threw him out for the win.

5) El Mesías NC Sting
Sting was promoted as Classic Sting, instead appeared as Joker Sting. Short match. Jarrett led the TNA guys to ringside. Brutus offered a chair, but Sting hit him instead. TNA guys all beat up Sting, Sting and Mesias ran them off. No DQ for any of this, and Mesias and Sting shook hands and posed to end it. No finish, bad match otherwise.

6) Dr. Wagner Jr. b el Hijo del Perro Aguayo [AAA LA, bull terrier]
Octagon & Konnan Big were the seconds, with Silver King wandering out to join in too. Silver and Konnan got involved a lot. Octagon stood around and argued a bit. Expected brawl. Rudos dominated early, Wagner came back while taking off his chain so he could do his dive. Wagner got the chain back around and, after some near falls, hit all six corners for the win. After the match, Octagon came in the ring, and hit Wagner with a chair! La Parka ran down for the save, but he also turned on Wagner. Wagner was totally destroyed, and Konnan announced Parka & Octagon as new members of La Sociedad. They did look skinnier than usual, and they may be setting up a reveal that they’re fakes just like Masked Zorro (which would be overdoing it by two), but the implication here was they were the real Parka & Octagon.

7) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown b Damián 666, Halloween, Nicho el Millionario [cage, mask, hair]
Advertised as a dome cage match, but took place in the usual six side cage. Mini Clown got in the match to start, and took a piledriver. He was up and fighting five minutes later. Order of escape was Mini Clown, Murder Clown, Halloween & Monster escaped somewhere in here, Bestia came in, Bestia left, Joe Lider came in (he’d been stretchered out of the Copa Pena match) to attack Nicho, Bestia came back in to help, Lider destroyed him, Psycho tried to leave, Perros stopped him, Bestia left again, Damian left with him, Lider set up Nicho on a table, Psycho jumped off the top of the cage with a spash, and both Lider and Psycho left for the win. All three Perros (but not Bestia) were shaved. Nicho was strechered out.

Wagner/Park in Tijuana, Heroes Inmortales preview

AAA (FRI) 10/07/2011 Auditorio de Tijuana [The Gladiatores]
1) Flecha Roja DQ Pensamiento Negro Jr.
dq for mask pull.
2) Colibri & Extasis b Viento & Zarco
These guys had apparently been yelling at each other the internet all week. Tecnicos won by taking falls 2/3, though Colibiri and Extasis didn’t get along and Colibiri turned after teh match.
3) Diamantina, Profeta, Sexy Star b Lolita, Rubi Gardenia, Urzus
Sexi Star distracted the referee and cheated to beat Lolita.
4) El Mesías & Extreme Tiger DQ Konnan & Nicho el Millionario
Tony Casanova and Zarco wrestled most of the match instead of Konnan, with Sexi Star helping out too. Konnan fouled Mesias for the DQ.
5) Dr. Wagner Jr. b LA Park [WWA HEAVY]
Change of titles on the line; originally it was the AAA Latin American title. Wagner won the first with a casita, LA Park took the second with a half crab after putting Wagner thru a table, Wagner Driver took it in the third, with Park needing medical help to get to his feet.

Heroes Inmortales

1) Cinthia Moreno, Fabi Apache, Mari Apache vs Jennifer Blake, Sexy Star, Velvet Sky [glow in the dark]

A match! I have great faith in Sexy Star finding something that glows in the dark, but I’m still not sure why the lights are out. Or what happened to Rosita and Lolita. Rudas won, because why not.

2) El Elegido, Octagoncito, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Alan Stone, Mini Histeria, Polvo de Estrellas [lumberjack]

Elegido’s on the show because, uh, they’re in Monterrey and Laredo Kid hasn’t taken stripping lessons? I guess this continues the Pimpi vs Exoticos feud. Every match so far has had Pimpi win only to get beat up after teh match, perhaps that’ll continue.

3) Abyss & Chessman vs Extreme Tiger & Jack Evans [AAA TAG]

Abyss is here regularly for the big shows and they don’t much with the title outside the big shows, so they could have him win. Seems like more another chance for the champions to beat bigger people. Possibly the best match on the show.

4) Electroshock vs La Parka, Heavy Metal, Joe Lider, Zorro, Jeff Jarrett, LA Park, Cibernético, Silver King, Brutus Magnus [Copa Antonio Pena]

A MATCH. They should probably remember to do something with Jeff Jarrett to set up a title match. Maybe something where he and LA Park cost each other the match, and a lucky third party (La Parka?) gets the win?

5) Dr. Wagner Jr. vs el Hijo del Perro Aguayo [AAA LA]

A brawl where people stop selling to pose to the crowd a lot. Should have the largest reaction on the show, and most likely match not to ahve a finish. Should be Wagner’s win to pay back for losing last week, maybe with Konnan Big being accidentally responsible.

6) El Mesías vs Sting

Mesias always wants to have great matches on big shows, btu Sting is not going to be up for the usual 30 minute marathon match. Something more about 8 minutes, where everyone gets to do their trademark spots, and Mesias gets the win when the TNA guys screw up Sting, seems about right.

7) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Damián 666, Halloween, Nicho el Millionario [dome cage, mask, hair]

Perros lose. These’s no way the Clowns should lose their masks to the Perros if Perro Jr. isn’t part of the team. This will be the match to end all that match, and the violence will probably reflect that.

I’ll be hosting a chat for this show. I’ll put up the post later, but you can also find it here.

Other News

Black Terry Jr. posted the four way opener from the DTU/IWRG show.

Volador Jr. says he couldn’t imagine winning Leyenda de Plata, but did not want to let his people down. He’s willing to give Lyger a rematch, if he puts his title or mask on the line.

Atlantis says all the fouls and mask pulling he’s encountered recently is awakening the warrior within that fought in bloody battles, and Mr. Niebla may pay the consequences.

La Catedral has been busy: he points everything he saw wrong in Volador’s performance on Friday’scredits Starman for good work in openerspraises Ray’s performance, roots for a Negro Casas/Blue Panther hair matchyanks the chances of those in today’s #1 contender match, and is excited for next Friday’s women’s trios.