AAA’s posted it’s next TV taping lineup (updated to include seconds)

AAA TV (FRI) 11/30 Gimnasio Agustin Millan de Toluca, EdM Lineup
1) Mascarita Divina & Octagoncito vs Mini Charly Manson & Mini Chessman
2) Pirata Morgan & Charly Manson vs Crazy Boy & Joe Lider vs Cuervo & Ozz vs Mascara Divina & Oriental [AAA WORLD TAG]
3) Alan Stone (w/Chris Stone) vs Intocable (w/El Elegido)
4) La Parka Jr., Super Porky, Brazo de Plata Jr. vs Hator, Scorpio Jr., Zumbido
5) Muerte Cibernetica (w/the Black Family) vs Cibernetico (w/Chessman)

I can not believe they’re doing Cibernetico’s first match back on just another TV show.

Either it’s a remarkable coincidence that all of the teams who won their matches are having their group matches on the next taping, or it’s just a normal single elimination tournament and the points thing is amazingly wacky feint. I’m not sure which one it is! This is TRIPLE A!

Maybe results for last night’s taping will surface in a bit?

CMLL announced Universo 2000 & Shocker vs Kenzo Suzuki & Marco Corelone will main event at 12/01 major show in a hair match (haven’t made it clear if it’s a double hair match, but I guess that’s a safe assumption). Reports have it airing on Sky PPV, so I guess that’s the idea for all major shows – well, till this one bombs. They’re going to have to load up the semimain to make this work (Mistico vs Warrior surely), but this feud hasn’t exactly been lighting the world on fire.

Gotta figure there’s probably 2-3 weeks of Arena Mexico shows after the PPV – will they still run a big end of year show? Will that be on PPV? They could’ve used better spacing, but then then they’re only giving these things 14 day builds anwyay.

It’s interesting to note, with this week being the big set up for the hair match, the clip that was shown on Accion was of the main event tag title match. Thy highlight Mistico’s conrer plancha, and it’s pretty much all him in the clips.

AAA’s clips were of Porky, Intocable, and Parka vs Scorpio, Alan, and Zumbido – the 10/22 taping in Salamanca. It was a six man, but a lot more ran in, and then the finish was overturned by the heel ref for no reason made clear – it was an AAA main event.

Ovaciones had a largely unnoteworthy story about Monday’s CMLL vs Indy Revolution show. They did mention that, because all the matches on the show were just so gosh darn big, march order was randomly drawn. If the numbers came out of the hat the correct way, Loco Max and Hombre Sin Nombre could’ve been in the main event! (Of course, one could sarcastically point out that’d draw better than Shocker/Universo vs Kenzo/Corelone, but I would never think of such a thing.)

Super Muneco got stretchered out of his match at an indy show this week (with photos!), but he’s still listed on Ovaciones preview. CMLL.com still has him listed.

The opener still hasn’t been announced, but Robert’s prediction of minis is probably right, unless they can find indy women of note.

The 5a Estacion “Me Muero” video with Mistico is up on Univison’s site and other legal sites, but I can easier embed it via YouTube.

Which is better, the drumstick or the watermelon? I don’t know if the watermelon is pre split, but I’m convinced Heavy Metal wanted to try it without help a few times.

site note: Website’s back to normal, until I get all the links set up good on the new page. The individual pages will look odd til then, and I hope you can get by.