taped 2012-09-16 @ Centro Civico de Ecatepec, EdM
Dinastia & Mascarita Dorada vs Mini Charly Manson & Mini Histeria 2: The worst Mini Charly Manson has looked since the start of this recent rudo run; he seemed off in being in the right place for moves and taking them well with Dorada. The double rotation headscissors ended poorly, but Manson almost dropping Dorada on his head on the moonsault was more of a problem. Dorada looked frustrated by the end of the match. They’ve been much better together other weeks. Histeria and Dinastia were good on their stuff, though almost too good early for the crowd to get into it.
Cuervo & Fabi Apache vs Gran Apache & Mari Apache: Maybe people shouldn’t be that into Cuervo. Crowd was very into Cuervo here for whatever reason, and he turned in a below part performance for him. It was really odd, everyone else was great and the crowd really wanted to see him do stuff, but Cuervo did little and seemed slower and less athletic than usual. Apaches remain great together. I have no idea how Halloween ends up figuring into this but that might make for some fun matches as well.
Cibernetico, Hector Garza, Ozz vs Chessman, Halloween, Psicosis: This was one helped by the crowd a great deal. It was not bad, but was much better for the crowd being into everything. Hector Garza was the opposite of this crowd, looking like he could not be less emotionally into this match at all. Maybe he’s not thrilled with this tcnico turn either. Ozz looked out of it in a different fashion at the end of the match, but AAA did a good job of making the final spot look better on TV then it probably did live. Everyone else was their usual selves.
Dr. Wagner Jr., Electroshock, Jack Evans vs Mascara Ano 2000 Jr., Silver King, Teddy Hart 2: Makes sense this didn’t air on the main show. These guys knew they had a very easy crowd and decided to milk it as long as possible. Match went way longer than it needed to be and the crowd was tired by the end; there might have been a good 14 minute match trapped under the weight of a 22 one here. Teddy and Wagner at the end was at least something different and played off Mexican independent day.