12/07 AAA TV Results (Guerra de Titanes 2014)

AAA TV (SUN) 12/07/2014 Auditorio Benito Juárez, Zapopan, Jalisco [AAA]
***Guerra de Titanes, 2014***
1) Dinastía © b Mini Charly Manson [AAA MINI]
Dinastia fifth known defense. Mascarita Sagrada & Mini Psycho Clown were seconds and interfered. Good match.
2) Sexy Star & Taya Valkyrie b Faby Apache & Ivelisse
Sexy pinned Faby (with Taya’s help.) Another pull apart brawl after the match.
3) Joe Lider & Pentagón Jr. b Fénix & Myzteziz and Angélico & Jack Evans © [AAA TAG]
Fenix & Myzteziz missed stereo tope con giros thru a table and Lider & Pentagon beat Jack to win the titles. Pentagon & Lider are 13th Champions. Pentagon now holds half of both tag titles (Mixed w/Sexy Star.) Jack & Angelico fall on fourth known defense.
4) Monsther Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown © b Averno & Chessman [AAA TRIOS]
Cibernetico was missing from the match for unclear reasons. Clowns beat Chessman and Cibernetico showed up a couple minutes after the match. Psycho Circus eight known defense.
5) Aerostar b Súper Fly [mask]
Seconds were Nino Hamburguesa and Hijo del Fantasma. Tirantes started at referee, but Joaquin replaced him with Piero. Aerostar did a dive off the light tower onto all three, then later beat Super Fly for the win. Super Fly is Erick Aguilar Muñoz, 10 years a wrestler, from Puebla.
6) El Patrón Alberto b Texano Jr. © [AAA HEAVY]
Mesias and Perro were seconds. Plenty of weapon usage. Tirantes started as ref in this one too, but Alberto took him out with a superkick. Piero replaced him. Texano tried to counter the armbar with a foul again, but Alberto blocked it and armbared him for the win and title change. Alberto is the 12th champion and first person to have won both the AAA & CMLL Heavyweight titles. Texano falls on his 14th known defense.

Air Date: 01/03 and 01/10, though it might sneak up on YouTube prior that that.

Top two matches sounded particularly good, but the entire show seems to have come off well. Aerostar/Super Fly is being called a MOTYC level match and the main event was what it needed to be. The Fenix/Myzteziz wipe out spot in the tag match is crazy.

Not mentioned in the results was another Perros del Mal/Konnan promo segment, promoting how they had almost all the titles (as a tease in them stealing the main event, I’d guess.) The main event ended with all the tecnicos celebrating with Alberto, as a mirror version of that earlier segment.

No one seems to know what the deal is with Cibernetico showing up late. If it’s an angle, and it’s probably an angle, they didn’t get it over on the PPV or in the results. Maybe there’s some backstage vignette which will fill in the blank, but it didn’t go anywhere here. The Sociedad Ultimatium didn’t seem to go anywhere too, so something unrevealed that connects the two is possible. There also wasn’t the big angle to set thing up for 2015, though Alberto/Perro and Myzteziz/Fenix for the tag titles are obviously out there, and they’re setting up something for the women. Their post match fights feel like teases to a hair match, but I can’t imagine any of those four being thrilled with that idea.

This did only air on PPV; even finding pirated feeds was a problem. (That also might suggest not a lot of people bought this, but those kind of things only take one of the right people to get a feed.) No word on the attendance yet. Show started about 15 minutes after the top of the hour and they finished the main event just a few minutes before 9pm CT – Psycho, Mesias and Alberto were posing on the stage as Sky cut away.

Unsure if we’ve got another taping in 2015. I haven’t seen one mentioned yet on TV, but they were locked in on Guerra de Titanes this week. Next week will make it clear.

5 thoughts to “12/07 AAA TV Results (Guerra de Titanes 2014)”

  1. Thought this was a super show for the most part. Aero Star/Super Fly was a legit MOTYC and one of my favorite matches in AAA. They both brought it with the death bumps, mask ripping & blood. Aero Star’s leap… erm… well… it wasn’t much of a leap… rather his DEATH PLUNGE was truly psychotic. Thank goodness it happened in a major match on a major show rather than some silly DTU show in front of 50 people.

    The 3 way tag was also real good. The spot taking Fenix/Myzteziz out is a must-see spot. Don’t think I’ve ever seen it before and their timing had to be picture perfect or someone would have gotten hurt badly. Finish was really great.

    Opener was another good match. Lots of great nearfalls and a sick finish.

    Main event had good and bad. Good = the parts of the match without ref nonsense. Bad = the parts of the match with ref nonsense. Happy they didn’t do a silly swerve and sent the fans home happy.

    The Ciber thing was stupid and just ripped the fans off a match. Even if you explain it on TV – the live fans paid to see him wrestle & the PPV buyers did too. WTF?

    One of my main takeaways is how AAA is really overdoing the referee bullshit. More than normal. There are zero good referees in AAA. Tonight Piero played the role but we’ve seen him be the evil ref in the past. Tonight they had nonsense in the opener (Maya ignoring interference), the second match (Tirantes helping the rudas), semi-main (Tirantes threatening to help Super Fly) & main (Tirantes openly helping Texano). It’s too much and just a worthless crutch for lazy booking/lazy wrestlers.

  2. The ref stuff is one of my favorite things in AAA. I’m equally entertained by watching rigged refs and by watching Virus title matches. Go figure.

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