Actually, less a preview and more picks, since I already kind of did the preview.
Show will air on TV. It will not air on TV, there is no stream. There will be a live chat, time still TBD.
AAA TV (SUN) 12/02/2012 Auditorio Benito Juarez, Zapopan, Jalisco
***Guerra de Titanes, 2012***
1) Cuervo, Fabi Apache, Mascarita Dorada, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Halloween, Mari Apache, Mini Charly Manson, Yuriko
Probably a 8-10 minute tecnico win, as the perpetual feuds (Dorada vs Manson, Apaches, Pimpi versus every other exotico) continue .
2) Juventud Guerrera vs Fénix, Daga, Teddy Hart, Psicosis, Jack Evans, Joe Lider, ? [AAA CRUISER, Ladder]
Juventud Guerrera is the champ
We still have no idea who the mystery person is; they haven’t even hinted at someone on TV. Xema Ion is working TNA spot shows this weekend; he’s listed as being on the Gran Forks show tonight. It scarcely matters, as does this title – like the minis one, they’ll tease feuds for the championship, then throw everyone in a multi-man match. These matches tend to have some cool spots and some spots that do not look so cool (usually involving Lider and Nicho.) I’ll guess Juvi wins, but your guess is as good as mine
3) La Parka, Octagón, Octagon Jr. vs ??, ???, Silver King
Octagon Jr. is debuting here, but like the last match, we don’t have any hints about who Silver King is teaming with. Toscano and Mascara Ano 2000 Jr. make sense, but I’m not sure why they wouldn’t just say them if it was them. There’s a surprise coming.
Yesterday’s AAA had a couple strange news items related to this match. Octagon & Samuray del Sol were being shadowed by a mystery person at the AAA offices. The following skit showed a silhouette of someone in a Parka mask and a digitized voice talking about not forgetting what had been done to him and vowing revenge at Guerra de Titanes. Maybe Tabu has remembered he was destroyed by his brother last year and should be doing something besides just hanging with the Bizarros? Normal booking has the tecnico with the new gimmick winning in his debut, but I think the rudos have a trick or two.
4) Monster Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Devil Rocker, Machine Rocker, Soul Rocker
No surprises in this one; this should probably be the most basic Clowns vs Rockers match possible since they’ll be doing it another hundred times between here and TripleMania (at AAA’s usual pace). Clowns nearly win, Uro interferes, Rockers get the win.
5) El Mesías vs Texano Jr. [AAA HEAVY]
Mesias is champion. Fenix will be his second, Silver King will be Texano’s second.
I don’t think anyone believes Texano is going to win the title on this show. This is more a match to show he’s capable of being at this level. Mesias likes to have epic matches on big shows, this is Texano’s chance to prove he’s capable of having them with him. Texano is a great prospect, but has got to prove it and this is as good an opportunity as he’s going to get. Finish and post match will probably involve whatever the next step is for El Consejo.
6) Cibernético vs Vampiro, Dr. Wagner Jr., LA Park, el Hijo del Perro Aguayo, Chessman [cage, hair, mask]
I liked the Heroes Inmortales cage match because it was short. I hope I like this one for the same reason. Chessman is the obvious loser. They’ve focusing so strongly on the three individual rivalries and avoiding all mention of the cage match coming down to two people who aren’t feuding. That often means they want to ‘surprise’ people later. There’s plenty of other reasons for Vampiro not to get Chessman’s hair. I’m going to be randoma nd take perro Aguaoy Jr., though I dont’ have a great reason why.