AAA TV (SUN) 11/03/2013 Domo de Parque Solidaridad, Tonala, Jalisco
1) Faby Apache, Jennifer Blake, Mascarita Sagrada vs Mary Apache, Mini Psycho Clown, Taya Valkyrie
2) Aerostar, Ludxor, Venum vs Carta Brava Jr., El Apache, Pentagón Jr.
3) Angélico, Australian Suicide, Jack Evans vs Eterno, Juventud Guerrera, Steve Pain
4) Monsther Clown, Murder Clown, Psycho Clown vs Dark Cuervo, Dark Scoria, Dark Spíritu
5) Cibernético, el Hijo del Perro Aguayo, Fénix vs ?, Chessman, Texano
Air Date: 11/09. Oddly, this doesn’t look like a two week taping but they don’t tape again until 11/15 in Queretaro. Pre-emption? Heroes Inmortales a three week show? A match added here at the last minute? A taping added? Dunno, but something doesn’t add up.
Every match on this show has a chance to be good, and some could be a lot beter than that.
Perro is cheered a lot of places. Tonala is the place he started, so he’ll be even more cheered there. Mystery person figures to be Hijo del Fantasma, with his name kept off the lineup in case it leaked early.
Semimain follows up on the Secta/Psycho Circus bit from the TV taping prior to Heroes Inmortales. AAA’s hinted at Cuervo/Mary mixed tag challenges, Ozz versus Daga for the Cruiserweight title, and La Secta versus Psycho Circus for the trios titles, all of which can’t be happening at the same time. Maybe one’s happening early than Guerra de Titanes. (I’ve changed the way La Secta are listed in results, to match what AAA is doing on their posters at the moment, retroactive to the start of the year.)
Juvi’s been telling people on social media his new group is Anarquia with Steve Pain and Eterno – and there they are! Only Juvi can go from being on the outs with the promotion to getting a new trio with two of the most promising rudos. I believe Eterno was supposed to be Billy el Malo’s mystery protege at one point, but that’s gone nowhere.
Ludxor and Venom would seem to be the new Nino de Ebano & Lucky Boy characters, though no idea which is which right now. Ludxor and Venom were part of the Space Cadets tecnico unit in mid 90s to the early 2000′s (with Venom played by two different luchadors.) They are indeed Antonio Pena creations – the luchadors involved originally were doing a Power Rangers character until lawyers got involved, and Pena came up with new ideas. They’re interesting characters to be brought back; a lot of AAA’s celebrations of the past focus on the first couple of years of the promotion, so it’s different and cool to see something back from a little later in the company’s history.
First Mini Psycho Clown TV appearance in 13 months.