AAA on Televisa: 2015-06-13 


Recapped: 06/14/2015

Rain sort of ruins another taping, though some matches turn out well with the higher level of difficulty

Previously: La Secta fouled and destroyed Jack & Angelico. Holocuasto beat people up. Cibernético didn’t show up for a title match. Cage challenged Alberto to a title match.

Mascara 2000 Jr. tries to thank Taya for the shirt and a watch, but Taya makes it clear (in her way) she’s not sending those gifts. Mascara is stumped.

Verano de Escandalo promo

Verano de Escandalo promo, specifically for Cuervo & Escoria vs Angelico & Jack with new promos hyping it as a hair match. Jack’s fired up about La Secta trying to injury them and promises to do just as much to them.

Match 1: Angélico & Jack Evans vs Dark Cuervo & Dark Scoria
Parque Adolfo Lopez Mateos, Reynosa, Tamaulipas, 05/30/2015

not sure why they replayed a bad dropkick

Winner: tecnicos (by DQ)
Match Time: 8:05
Notes: This is an outdoor show, and the ring is already slick from a rain storm, and it’s raining a bit during the match (and the rest of the show.) La Secta attack Jack as he’s getting in the ring and the match is mostly a brawl – the ring is slipper but it also might have happened given the feud. It was the Gueros who brought a wood panel to the ring after they took over. Secta rally back, tape Anelico to the bottom rope, and throw Jack head first thru the panel. Scoria shoves down Piero for arguing with him, Piero gets back up and argues more, and Scoria punches him. That’s finally enough to get the DQ. Piero is more interested in raising people’s arms than breaking up the fight, but security finally arrives.

Jack & Angelico turn around the match quick

Review: [good] this was the best match I’ve seen in a rainstorm all year, and it was an actually good match. The promos before the match set the tone of a brawl and they did brawl. Jack & Angelico did break out fancier moves as it went out, but they were also the ones to bring the weapons to the ring to try and maim the rudos. It didn’t work out, because La Secta appear to be much better cheats, but it was a good match and a better angle to set up the cage match. The rain definitely limited them some, but they accomplished a lot more than you’d guess.

super faceslam
this doesn’t seem like a fun time

Match 2: Monsther Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Brian Cage, Pentagón Jr., Texano Jr.
Parque Adolfo Lopez Mateos, Reynosa, Tamaulipas, 05/30/2015

look at the size of that splash

Winner: rudos (Brian Cage F5 Monsther Clown)
Match Time: 9:03
Notes: Referee is Tirantes. Rudos jump the Circus. A police siren randomly goes off durind the beatdown. About a minute after the match ended, Electroshock and Hijo del Pirata ran in and attacked the Psycho Circus post match.

Review: [ok] this was a more conventional wet ring match, with lots of brawling on the outside to start and then just the safest easiest possible things on the inside for a while. Lots of belt shots. This match features Psycho Clown hitting everyone on both teams and Tirantes with a belt, and then immediately following with a complicated cradle on Texano. They got more comfortable in the last third and did more leading up to the finish. Murder Clown came off as far more protected than Cage – Cage couldn’t even slam him! – which was strange but whatever. Cage did look impressive throwing around Monsther Clown. Electroshock puts down the Psycho Circus and challenges for the trios titles.

F5 on Monster Clown

Match 3: Blue Demon Jr., Fénix, Myzteziz vs Averno, Chessman, Electroshock
Parque Adolfo Lopez Mateos, Reynosa, Tamaulipas, 05/30/2015

Winner: técnicos (Fenix back brridge cradle Electroshock)
Match Time: 6:05
Notes: Ref is Piero. Averno wears his mask to the ring, taking it off as his name gets announced. Rudos jump the técnicos. The ring seems like it’s dried a little bit, and they use it more. The police siren goes off almost nonstop. Electroshock and Chessman have problems during the match, stealing the técnicos from each other. The Hell Brothers got on Electroshock for losing, which led to them brawling and Electroshock getting the worse of it. Hijo del Pirata attempted to make the save, but was put down too. Averno got the microphone to demand to be part of the trios title match with the Hell Brothers and Holocausto, though the siren keeps playing over him. Avero says they only lost at Guerra de Titanes because 3 vs 2 and turns his back on Pirata & Electro – they jump he and Chessman and beats them out. Electroshock took the microphone and took credit for Cibernético missing that Guerra de Titanes match. Cibernético belatedly runs in for the save, and the Hell Brothers hilariously pop up completely fine to beat up Holocausto. Cibernético declares his team will win the trios.

Fenix looking for a new way to break his neck


Review: [ok] A short match, but one that worked for what time it lasted. It was mostly the rudos, with the técnicos only there to do a quick comeback (and Demon and Myzteziz barely there, though Demon did have a sweet baseball slide dropkick.) I’ve never seen someone take a Diamond Cutter like Fenix took one in this match, probably for good reason. Finish looked impressive but also like Fenix may have pinned himself. It was also totally a surprise coming that soon (and with that much time left in the segment), but the real priority was setting up the three way trios match. The sirens were immensely annoying in this segment, rendering this almost unwatchable.

Match 4: El Patrón Alberto & La Parka vs Cibernético & El Mesías
Parque Adolfo Lopez Mateos, Reynosa, Tamaulipas, 05/30/2015

snow? Nah, random confetti

Winner: técnicos [DQ for Cage interference?]
Match Time: 6:57
Notes: Tirantes is referee. Rudos jump the tencicos Parka nails Cibrenetico with a tope about two minutes in, and they both disappear from the rest of the match. Lightning appears to be visible during the match. Tirantes refuses to count a pin for Alberto, and Cage attacks Alberto before he can put Mesías thru a table set up in the corner. Alberto fight Cage off and tries to do it to him instead, but Mesías gets in a backcracker. Cage tries to spear Alberto into the table, but is a little bit off. It breaks enough. Tirantes declares this a DQ despite factoring the rudos 30 seconds prior.

Backstage, a bloody Alberto starts to talk about his match with Cage when Cage and Konnan interrupt. Cage says he’s taking the title back to the US, even if he has to come to horrible México to do it. Konnan and Cage point out they always get the better of Alberto. Alberto screams at Cage and Konnan as they walk off.

Review: [ok] A hurried main event: Cibernético and Parka are pretty much done a couple minutes in, leaving it as a Mesías/Alberto sprint for about five minutes. That turns out to be an actually good idea, though they could use more time – they get in a lot of big spots but get back up because they got to get to the next one. Whenever they have time for a longer match, it should be pretty good. This was a classic nonsensical Tirantes performance, turning twice in about a minute, and Cage’s spear was not so good, but it’s was suitable enough as PPV build. This entire show was pretty much that, though it was bizarre to see the listed main event just tossed off as “Rey Mysterio Jr., also appearing”. They did a lot for the other three matches below it, but nothing for that one or Alas de Oro.

Patron tope