AAA TV (SAT) 05/19/2012 Plaza de Toros de Chilpancingo, Guerrero
1) Mascarita Dorada vs Mini Psicosis [AAA MINI]
Mini Psicosis is the champion
2) Sexy Star vs Mari Apache, Fabi Apache, Lolita [bull terrier, Reina De Reinas]
Sexi Star is the champion
3) Jack Evans vs Teddy Hart, Juventud Guerrera, Psicosis [AAA CRUISER, extreme]
Jack Evans is the champion
4) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Máscara Año 2000 Jr., Texano, Toscano [AAA TRIOS]
Psycho Circus are the champions
5) LA Park vs el Hijo del Perro Aguayo, Dr. Wagner Jr., Cibernético, Chessman [AAA LA]
LA Park is the champion
Projected Air Date: 06/03
The night of champions show is in May after all. No tag titles of either variety, no world title for obvious reasons.
I have no earthly idea why the women’s match is a chain match, or what it could possibly add to that match. Perhaps we’ll all find out the reason together! I am moderately surprised the cruiserweight title match is not a ladder match – it doesn’t need to be one either, but it’s a thing AAA usually does just because. (Edit: it is an extreme match, so probably ladders anyway)
Octagoncito will be in Mascarita Dorada’s corner, while Mini Histeria will be in Mini Psicosis’ corner. If Dorada is sticking around, he might as well be champ. He still appears to be working for Santo’s promotion, which may be a hold up.
The only match I feel strongly about an outcome is the trios title match; Consejo really needs the win if they’re not just another midcard rudo act. They’re closing in on that already, Wagner costing Mascara the match won’t help.
The same few women are going to keep mixing and matching for the women’s title, so it doesn’t seem to mean much who’s champ. AAA’s done very little with the cruiserweight and Latin American titles, they might as well change hands if they other plans. Jack seems least likely to keep his title; either Teddy gets it to set up the rematch later, Psicosis gets it so he and Lider have another reason to never stop fighting each other, or Juvi gets it for being on good behavior for 3 months.