04/27 AAA Evolucion Lineup (Chilpancingo)

AAA Evolucion (SAT) 04/27/2013 Plaza de Toros Belisario Arteaga, Chilpancingo, Guerrero
1) Flamita, Lucky Boy, Niño de Ébano vs Apolo Estrada Jr., Carta Brava Jr., Dr. Cerebro
2) Fabi Apache, Jennifer Blake, Octagoncito vs La Hechicera, Mini Abismo Negro, Taya Valkyrie
3) Aerostar, Argenis, Súper Fly vs Bugambilia, Mamba, Pasion Kristal
4) Crazy Boy & Joe Lider vs Daga & Psicosis
5) Fénix, Heavy Metal, La Parka vs Chessman, Parka Negra, Pentagón Jr.
6) Cibernético & El Mesías vs el Hijo del Perro Aguayo & Texano Jr.

Air Date: ??? – this fits with the Sin Limite schedule, which would mean airing on 05/04 and 05/11.

Lineup from Aregnis’ Twitter. The lineup mentions six matches, but the last is cut off in the screen shot. I’d figure it’s an Alto Impacto match.

This looks more like a normal taping, name wise, though there again doesn’t seem to be much happening. Mesias does get in the ring for the first time since fighting Demon in Leon, and for the first time since tonight’s title match with Texano. Heavy Metal, Super Fly and La Hechicera all make rare TV appearances.

Crazy Boy & Joe Lider vs Daga & Psicosis is the opposite of rare.

Next taping is 05/12 in Durango

Edit: added opener. Neat to see Carta Brava Jr. get a shot here.

6 thoughts to “04/27 AAA Evolucion Lineup (Chilpancingo)”

  1. Not that this is a bold statement or anything, but…

    Samuray Del Sol is just throwing away money. Based on where Pentagon Jr & Parka Negra are on cards, he was going to have a rocket strapped to him. Dumb.

  2. Not to mention who knows how differently Fenix would be being booked if Samuray was committed to AAA

  3. Seems evident to me Drago got Samurai Del Sol’s spot so wherever you see Drago is where Samurai would have been. Good for Drago, he deserves it and wants it.

    If AAA insists on using Lider/Crazy I wish they’d find something for them to do other than keep re-hashing these annoying midcard garbagefests. Ever since 2007 we’ve had those two and their usual supporting cast (Nicho/Gladiador/random DTU guys/any foreigners brought in) doing the exact same shit. It’s long since tiresome. Now Daga is mixed up in that nonsense.

    Good to see Aero Star booked on TV again even if it is a meaningless undercard match. Babysteps I guess.

  4. I dislike when people talk without knowing. SDS has a Dragongate contract that prevents him from working full time in Mexico. In my opinion making history as Samuray Del Sol at an international level is far more important than wrestling for a promotion like AAA where Samuray would never be able to wrestle the best talent in the world, instead he would just waste his time wrestling people who have no concept outside of just Mexican Lucha Libre. Samuray is too great For AAA, hes better off wrestling all over the world with the best talent and reaching his maximum potential. So in my opinion his desicions to not work for AAA full time is actually the smartest thing for his career.

  5. @Wrestlefan: “I dislike when people talk without knowing. SDS has a Dragongate contract that prevents him from working full time in Mexico. ”

    The part where you dislike people talking without knowing? That applies here too. It would’ve worked great if Samuray could’ve worked AAA full time, but they were still interested in using him part time from all appearances. He could be still wrestling all those very important international venues and then still occasionally slum in front of thousands of fans in Mexico when he had time, wrestling guys who are desperately trying to wrestle styles ‘outside’ of Mexican lucha libre*.

    I think Samuray is pretty well off in that he had multiple good options available to him, but I also think everything could’ve worked out better.

    * – which is something highly annoying, but if you feel like the styles of Dragon Gate USA and elsewhere are the wrestling you like, you owe it to yourself to go watch the Fusion tournament final.

  6. Speaking of talking without knowing…

    – Samurai Del Sol doesn’t have a Dragon Gate contract. He has a WWN Live contract which applies to DGUSA, EVOLVE, FIP & other related brands. He is no more a Dragon Gate contracted wrestler than Christina Von Eerie is.

    – I have no issue with Samurai Del Sol skipping AAA shows to attend WWE training camps. He’s always said that is his goal so I hope he achieves it. As long as he made that clear to AAA when he signed on to take the Octagon Jr. role there is no issue. (Aside from the fact AAA still gave such an important role to him knowing he wanted to leave)

    – Spreading the Samurai Del Sol name around is pointless if his goal is to sign with WWE. They are not going to use that name/gimmick/mask.

    – One does question his decision making abilities when he’s booked on an AAA event in front of 12,000 people and says he will be unable to attend because he has a previous commitment to work a US indy in front of 150 people in Illonois. No offense to the random indy he worked but my guess is 99.9999999999% of that locker room would give up their spot on that show to be his replacement in Mexico.

    – Please don’t even get me started on “the best talent in the world” when you’re in a match with Axxel & Sicodelico Jr.

    – About the only thing you are right on is WWE doesn’t care if Samurai works for AAA or not. Much the same way they don’t give a shit if he worked in Puerto Rico or not. They could care less about his in-ring ability at all since if he does sign he’ll be re-programmed to work WWE style. The most important thing to them is what languages he can speak. Lots of US indy guys who wind up in WWE these days are there for that reason and that reason alone.

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