06/28 AAA TV Results (Orizaba)

AAA TV (SUN) 06/28/2015 Plaza de Toros La Concordia, Orizaba, Veracruz [AAA]
1) Australian Suicide & Goya Kong b Machine Rocker & Taya Valkyrie
Psycho Clown introduced Goya Kong, his sister, as the newest member of AAA and the mystery luchadora in this match. Suicide beat Machine. Villano IV interrupted the celebration to declare his family was better than the Alvarado family.
2) Carta Brava Jr. & Súper Fly b Aerostar & Niño Hamburguesa
Aerostar replaced Argenis on 06/17. Super Fly beat Aerostar with a double powerbomb.
3) Dinastía © b Mini Psycho Clown [AAA MINI]
Dinastia’s sixth defense (fourth official, two off TV) was said to be a techinical match. Dinastia won with the Tulancingo Special.
4) Dark Cuervo, Dark Scoria, Joe Lider b Angélico, Drago, Jack Evans
Drago & Joe Lider replaced Fenix & Pentagon Jr. on 06/17. La Secta got a revenge win. Tables were used.
5) Electroshock & Hijo de Pirata Morgan b Monsther Clown & Murder Clown and Averno & Chessman
Originally a Holocausto vs Psycho Circus trios match, Chessman added to the show and Averno moved down a match on 06/17. Electroshock & Pirata beat Monster for the win.
6) Psycho Clown & Rey Mysterio Jr. b El Mesías & Hijo del Fantasma
Rey Mysterio took the place of a surprise wrestler. Psycho Clown was moved up from the semifinal to replace Myzteziz and Texano Jr. replaced Averno. Fantasma replaced Texano, who had an arm injury and blamed it on Psycho Clown. Rey beat Mesias, has not lost since returning.

Air Date: 07/11 & 07/18

Outside of Goya jumping, this was a pretty quiet taping. No TripleMania announcement, no real hint at any new Triplemania matches. A lot of existing feuds are brought up, but this seems more like a placekeeping show than one of the last few before the biggest show of the year. (Maybe it’s not.)

Texano’s injury was left pretty vague. It would seem like it had to occur in the last couple weeks, since they wouldn’t have moved him into the main event during the shuffle if they knew he was hurt, but it’s not clear when. Texano hasn’t been recorded as wrestling since June 1st and was strangely left off the Verano de Escandalo card (though he did do a run-in), so it could also be something he’s been working thru for a while. Not sure when he’ll be back, though it seems doubtful he’ll have any big role on TripleMania. The rudo side is really weak.

I wonder if Goya is Mascara 2000 Jr.’s mystery admirer?

This was the first of three straight weekends of taping. They’re taping again on Friday in Tampico.

Americans beat Dos Caras, Keira defeats Marcela

IWRG (SUN) 06/28/2015 Arena Naucalpan [The Gladiatores]
1) Blue Monsther & Hijo del Alebrije b Enigma & Picudo Jr.
Blue Monsther’s first main show IWRG match after five years of trainee shows. He won!
2) Dragón Celestial, Mr. Leo, Vortize b Aramis, Atomic Star, Super Jack
Mr. Leo replaced Skayde (moved up a match)
3) Apolo Estrada Jr., Oficial 911, Oficial AK47 b Cerebro Negro, Dr. Cerebro, Skayde
Skyade replaced Golden Magic (double booked with All Elite). Oficials and Cerebros challenged each other after the match.
4) Eterno, Negro Navarro, Universo 2000 Jr. b Danny Casas, Solar I, Súper Nova
Rudos took 2/3.
5) Canis Lupus, Coloso Chris, Príncipe Orión b Hijo De Dos Caras, Pantera, Veneno
Coloso Chris is likely Calfironian Chris from the XMW; he and Orion and the Crazy Americans. He beat the usually unbeatable Dos Caras clean.

The Americans winning in the first match makes sense if they’re being built up for a loss later on, but no outsider seems to stay around here that long.

In a ten woman CMLL versus indie women match in Salon Citali, Keira defeated Marcela. That sets up a rematch on their next show.

Today’s Arena Puebla show has Gran Guerrero versus Sombra for the NWA Middlweight championship. It’d be shocking if Sombra lost.

Naito’s returned to NJPW, but he’s continued on with his character change from Mexico – he’s still an Ingobernable member, he’s not getting along with faces like Tanahashi and talking about how much he liked Mexico and teaming with those guys (Sombra’s mentioned specifically.) The next tour is the G1, so teaming with people won’t be much of an issue, but perhaps Sombra will be heading over after that.

Silueta is heading back to Mexico. Reina Isia, La Gitana and La Comandante are still in REINA; Comandante is challenging for a title on their next show.

Segunda Caida reviews Atlantis, Black Warrior, Felino, and Mr. Niebla vs Damain 666, Halloween, Psicosis and Satanico.