I also enjoy how embedded into society lucha libre has become in Mexico. Statues of wrestlers, vendors selling masks on street corners and even political-activists dressed as luchadors (Super Barrio being the big name I think of....He's even met Subcommandante Marcos of the Zapatista movement!! )
If you like constant botches, mindfuckery type finishes, and egos running wild then AAA might be for you.
Damn you. How dare you besmirch my favorite promotion, LOL.
The description is accurate though, however I don't necessarily view these as a negative and find the product thoroughly entertaining. Character and story wise they're probably the best promotion in the world IMO.
I love professional-wrestling.
"One thing I found out through my experiences in life is that if I don't like something, usually it's me who has to change." - Eddie Guerrero
Only in AAA can you see LA Park teaming up with La Parka, so they have that going for them. Plus, I'm so familiar with their roster that despite all the flaws, I do manage to get a kick out of it. More so when I've learned to turn my brain off and have to deal with the crap that can go down. Aka - The TNA approach.
Wow, the comparison really does go hand in hand.
As far as characters go - AAA has a fun bunch. I'm still a sucker for Chikara in that retrospect, however.
A practical application of an abstract ideal.
I'll be your Opthaumaturge. I'll be your savor of dreams.
I'm always thrown off by the multiple personalities who typically share the same or somewhat similar name, particularly LA Park. LA Park is the ORIGINAL, correct? And some legal trouble occured and he had to change names? Speaking spanish would help me so much right now.