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Old 05-11-2012, 10:18 AM   #411 (permalink)
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Old 05-11-2012, 12:08 PM   #412 (permalink)
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Negro Casas vs Angel de Oro - NWA Welterweight Title Match - CMLL Guerreros del Ring - Taped 04-29-12 - Aired 05-05-12

First and formost, a very good match. Casas holds court as usual giving a rub to Angel through some solid ring work and sequences. CMLL desperately needs to get some of these young up and comers over to fill the technico vacuum following the Caras/Wagner/Mistico exodus.
To the match itself, lots of submission and grappling as Casas grounded the usually high-flying Angel de Oro. The younger held his own through 20 plus minutes, though his 'green' shone through on several occasions, and rudo Casas was actively attempting to make him look great throughout.
Not quite Casas/Panther (still my MOTY by the way) but a fun contest that had me legitimately questioning the result.

Looking forward to Angel de Oro honing his skills further on the international stage as he represents CMLL at the BOSJ tourney in Japan.
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Old 05-12-2012, 01:32 AM   #413 (permalink)
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Here are some Triplemania XX news:

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Yesterday, Dorian Roldan announced TripleMania would take place in August. TripleMania has tended to be a June event in recent years (it’s moved around the calendar a few times), and rumors over the last month suggested it’d be moved to July. This is even later. AAA has not confirmed a specific date or location as of yet, or even explained why it’s in August and not June.

The immediate effect is heavyweight champion El Mesías, announced as needing three months to return from a bicep injury, would make it back in time. Mesias feels like AAA’s third most popular tecnico (behind L.A. Par-K and Dr. Wagner Jr., and Cibernético has an argument), but he’s always central to AAA’s plans and they’d definitely prefer to involve him in their biggest show of the year. I don’t think Mesias’ injury is the reason AAA’s pushing back TripleMania, but it’s a nice benefit of the move.

Moving TripleMania to August stacks up the major events in the second half of the year. This seemed like a problem when TripleMania was only going back to July. August for TripleMania means no Verano de Escandalo this year. Pushing back TripleMania also means AAA would go five months between shows with big matches, an extraordinary long time.

AAA appears to have figured out a solution to this problem: this week’s Wrestling Observer Newsletter says they’ll be holding a Night of Champions (Noche de Campeons?) in Orizaba. The WON gives a date of 05/18, which must be a typo – they tape on 05/17 in Chilpancingo and no 05/18 show has been announced anywhere. Something like 06/17 would fit, and everything else starts to fit once you assume there still is a major show coming up in June. AAA specifically announced title matches in Merida, which didn’t seem to make sense when TripleMania was thought to be in July and would be very silly if they were holding them off until August. It makes a lot of sense to be announcing title matches if you’re running a title match show in six weeks (and it’ll be more like four when the announcements start airing.)

AAA’s current champions, who’d presumably be defending at a Night of Champions
Minis: Mini Psicosis – already set to face Mascarita Dorada)
Women: Sexy Star – already set to face Fabi Apache + 2 more (Mari Apache and a tecnica or a TNA woman?)
Mixed Tag: Alan Stone & Jennifer Blake – Alan’s a tecnico, Jen is not? No specific challengers
Cruiser: Jack Evans – vs Teddy Hart, maybe more
Latin America: L.A. Par-K – vs Jeff Jarrett? vs Perro Aguayo Jr.?
Tag: Abyss & Chessman – seems like a multiman, but this explains why Abyss didn’t lose in Merida
Trios: Psycho Circus – vs undefeated Consejo? vs Maniacos?
Heavy: Mesías – stripped of his title? Perro defends/”earns” #1 contendership vs Wagner?

That’s 8 matches, the size of a major show. If AAA skips on doing something with the Heavyweight title or the Mixed Tag, that leaves room for the Psicosis vs Joe Líder death match they’ve been setting up.

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Old 05-12-2012, 11:19 AM   #414 (permalink)
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Viva La Lucha - Continental Conflict

1. Miss Jackie & NY Knockout Nikki vs Christina Von Eerie & Jennifer Blake
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2. Los Luchas vs The Natural Selection vs The RockNES Monsters
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3. Extreme Tiger & Jack Evans vs X-Fly & Bestia 666
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4. Charlie Haas, Super Crazy & Tommy Wilson vs Konnan, Damian 666 & Halloween
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Hey, guys. I just tought I would post this, in case anyone cares. These are CMLL's En Busca de Un Idolo current standings. (Luchador and number of points):


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|1. Titan | 136 |
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|2. Euforia | 130 |
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|3. Diamante | 113 |
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|4. Polvora | 109 |
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|5. Triton | 100 |
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|6. Dragon Lee | 94 |
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|7. Puma King | 86 |
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|8. Niebla Roja | 78 |
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Old 05-14-2012, 10:44 PM   #416 (permalink)
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Listen to the Konnan show, LLUSA/AAA will settle real soon. He promise a big announcement coming up in a couple of months related to this news. But who knows, Konnan could be BSing.

Touring should be their main focus. Their last tour in the US in 2009 average over 5000 fans per show with 7000 being the most for one show. They have a solid fan base in the states.
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Watching Jack Evans vs Teddy Hart in trios action this week. Was struck by a couple of things, firstly they've both come a long way. Their pacing, storytelling, selling etc., they've both advanced immensely over the last decade. Second, How North American their in-ring style really is when in the context of lucha libre, particularly when wrestling each other.

Evans is a superstar in AAA and I'm not surprised he hasn't made a move back to the states yet. He's getting better and better all the time, two years ago while he was competing against the likes of Extreme Tiger I would have put my money on Tiger getting the bigger longer push and reaching the next level of stardom. Not to say that Tiger won't advance or is less talented, but Evans has left him behind and is moving out of the cruiserweight division and into the upper mid-card. Feuding with the likes of Perro jr. is a pretty big deal for a gringo like Evans.
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AAA is kind of a stepping stone to WWE. Jack Evans is not leaving unless WWE come calling.

Fans in Mexico loves Jack Evans(and they used to love Xpac and Ron Killings as well). They don't care about the other gringos like Teddy Hart,Jeff Jarrett,Hernandez,Abyss. Konnan keep using these guys and I don't know why.

Jeff Jarrett never been a draw . He was a lifetime mid carder in WWE, he was on top of WCW at the end when they were dying barely drawing 2000 people to shows, he created TNA and couldn't draw there. Why do Konnan insist on bringing him in and feuding with the top guys?

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I've always wanted to get into AAA or other lucha libre, what is a good starting point?
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AAA is kind of a stepping stone to WWE. Jack Evans is not leaving unless WWE come calling.

Fans in Mexico loves Jack Evans(and they used to love Xpac and Ron Killings as well). They don't care about the other gringos like Teddy Hart,Jeff Jarrett,Hernandez,Abyss. Konnan keep using these guys and I don't know why.

Jeff Jarrett never been a draw . He was a lifetime mid carder in WWE, he was on top of WCW at the end when they were dying barely drawing 2000 people to shows, he created TNA and couldn't draw there. Why do Konnan insist on bringing him in and feuding with the top guys?
Teddy hart is n awesome heel and he has a great reaction the others im agree , Jack Evans isone of the top guys in AAA he has been around weekly shows and a lot of things and I hope this Triplemania have matches like Hecto Garza vs El Mesias for the title and Wagner vs La Park will be a dream match hope one day happens
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