03/18 AAA TV Results (Zapopan) – Rey de Reyes

AAA TV (SUN) 03/18/2012 Auditorio Benito Juarez, Zapopan, Jalisco [AAA, Hablando De Gili Polleces]
1) Pimpinela Escarlata L El Elegido, Alan Stone, Aerostar, Pasion Kristal, Yuriko, Mascarita Dorada, Octagoncito, Mini Histeria, Sexy Star, Fabi Apache, La Hechicera [cage, hair, mask]
Order of escape: Pasion, Hechicera, Elegido, Octagon, Alan Stone, Pequeno Histeria, Aerostar, Mascarita Dorada, Yuriko, Fabi Apache, Octagoncito, and Sexi Star got Pimpinela’s hair.
2) Joe Lider & Juventud Guerrera b Chessman & Teddy Hart and Halloween & Nicho el Millionario and Daga & Extreme Tiger
Moved to the second match. Teddy Hart made his return to AAA as Chessman’s partner. Fenix replaced Daga, who missed the show due the hand injury. Lider & Juvi beat Halloween.
3) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown b Octagón, Silver King, Último Gladiador
moved to the third match. Murder Clown plancha on Gladiador for the win.
4) Billy el Malo, Cibernético, Escoria b Dark Dragon, La Parka, Tito Santana [lumberjack]
Listed as final battle. Milicia & Octagon turned on Parka, giving the Bizarros the win. They came back and saved Parka after the match.
5) Máscara Año 2000 Jr., Texano, Toscano b Dr. Wagner Jr., Electroshock, Heavy Metal
Consejo had to win to stay in AAA, and did. SuperLuchas reported Argenis joined El Consejo, not clear if it played into the finish here and not mentioned elsewhere – possible confusion with Argos? Hombre de Negro took Wagner’s mask to set up the Consejo win.
6) el Hijo del Perro Aguayo b Héctor Garza, Jack Evans, LA Park [Rey de Reyes, final]
After the third match, Jeff, Karen, Konnan and Dorian called LA Park to the ring to apologize to Jeff. Park did not, of course, attacking the men and walking off. Jarrett came back out to cost Park the match. Park then cost Garza the match, putting him thru a table. In a bloody final (and possibly with help from Garza), Perro defeated Jack to win the tournament/sword.
7) El Mesías b Jeff Jarrett [AAA HEAVY]
Abismo Negro, who passed away three years ago, was honored/remembered before the main event. Park cost Jarrett the match and the title by handing Mesias a guitar to use, then faced off with Mesias after the match.

Air Date: 03/25 & 04/01.

AAA’s recap didn’t really add much to the results. Attendance guesses range between 6600 and 8800.

It looked like half the crowd has left by the end of the show. It was an four hour show, as AAA major shows tend to be, and ended at 11 pm local; people left early to make sure they could get home.

So, for TripleMania, they’ve got (right now)

  • Mesias vs Perro and Jarrett vs Park – or Mesias vs La Park – or Mesias vs La Parka vs Perro vs Jarrett
  • Dr. Wagner versus the physical embodiment of CMLL booking
  • Jack Evans having plenty of time for Twitter?
  • La Parka vs Octagon?

There’s been talk of doing a show of some significance on or around 05/15 to mark the 20th anniversary of the promotion. It’s possible one of the matches set up here (Perro getting this title shot?) could take place then and allow them to move onto the next step at TripleMania.

Next taping is 03/30 in Queretaro.

5 thoughts to “03/18 AAA TV Results (Zapopan) – Rey de Reyes”

  1. The photos fill in some blanks:

    – Perrito used a tombstone on Jack to win.

    – Alan Stone was a lumberjack attacking his ex-Militia buddies. He looks like Zorro-Lite.

    – Aero Star jumped off the cage to eliminate himself.

    – No sign of Argenis anywhere so perhaps SuperLuchas confused him with Argos.

    – Match #2 appeared to be your typical AAA TLC style match without anything actually hanging.

  2. Beyond the layers and layers of angles (that may or may not be entertaining, who knows), this looks like a fun show. I’m glad Jarrett dropped the belt, his commitment to AAA seemed to be little to nothing and he was just bringing down the meaning of the belt.

    Second match could’ve stolen the show!

  3. Based on photos, it looks like AAA may have had 5,000 in the building.

    Hopefully more photos become available or television tells us more.

  4. Observer reports 9,000 for RdR.

    Obviously incorrect but what are you gonna do? You can link Meltzer to 5 photos proving that number incorrect and he’s not gonna post a correction.

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