AAA TV (SUN) 10/12/2014 Domo San Luis, San Luis Potosi, San Luis Potosí
1) Dinastía, Faby Apache, Niño Hamburguesa, Pimpinela Escarlata vs Eterno, Mamba, Mini Abismo Negro, Taya Valkyrie
2) Angélico vs Jack Evans, Joe Lider, Hijo del Fantasma ©, Bengala, Aerostar, Súper Fly, Steve Pain [AAA CRUISER]
Hijo del Fantasma’s second defense
3) Monsther Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Averno, Chessman, Cibernético [street fight]
4) Myzteziz vs La Parka, Blue Demon Jr., Australian Suicide, Zorro, Pentagón Jr., Fénix, Daga [Copa Antonio Pena, lumberjack]
5) El Mesías & El Patrón Alberto vs el Hijo del Perro Aguayo & Texano Jr.
Air Date: 10/25 – and only one week, because it’s surprisingly only five matches? They do make it up in volume of people in those matches.
This show only slightly follows from recent TV, but Alberto wrestling in his first big match in front of his home town crowd was always going to be the big draw. Tickets went on sale already, run from 903 to 91 pesos ($67 to $7USD), and the two most expensive sections are already sold out (or at least not available on TicketMaster.) This entire show is the first step to Guerra de Titanes, and the main event should be the first step to Alberto/Texano.
past Copa Antonio Pena winners
2007: Charly Manson
2012: Texano Jr. (and then vacated by DQ)
2013: La Parka
La Parka has a good chance of winning this for a second time, though Myzteyz and Demon also figure to have chances to win (and Zorro could use a reason to exist; he’s barely been around this year.) It’s a weird assortment of guys, with Fenix, Daga, Pentagon and Suicide usually existing in a different universe than other four guys, and boosted out of the previous match to give other guys a shot.
The Hell Brothers being matched up with the Psycho Clowns give both sides something to do. It seems like a setup to a trios title match between now and December, depending on what the plans are for Blue Demon.
Twenty years from now, someone’s going to be looking thru AAA results in 2014 and be totally confused about us saying Steve Pain was ever gone. He gets the missing title shot from TripleMania (now just missing Eterno), and Bengala and Aerostar go from being sad about failing on their shots to getting another one right away. Such is life in AAA. If the cruiserweight title is meant to mean something, Fantasma should hold it for a lot longer, but it’s unclear if it’s supposed to mean anything. The match should be chaos. Aerostar & Super Fly will be at each other and Lider gets to do the prop violence he missed out on last multiman match.