AAA Verano de Escandalo TV report on Galavision featuring the debut of D-Generation Mex
AAA Verano de Escandalo (Part 2)
By: Xavier Hernandez
Show aired on: 10/18/2008
The show opens with a video package which recaps last week's show. In case you missed it, The Morenos are the new Mixed Tag champs, Mini Charlie Manson became the first AAA Mini Champion, the Hermandad won the AAA Tag titles, and Cibernetico retained his belt, thanks to some Mesias distraction. For this part, Porky will wrestle his "last match", plus the Legion meets the AAA army, and a Steel Cage match between Mesias and Vampiro.
*In-Ring Segment: The show opens the same way it did last week, with the Konnan/Roldan angle (Look for the first report of VdE to read the translation of this long segment).
-Apparently, they are teasing the chairshot that Fabi delivered on his father last week, was actually on purpuse.
-Next week, Psycho Circus will look for their 200th straight victory. They will face the Harts and Kenzo, which are labeled their "most dangerous opponents to date".
-The Konnan/Roldan feud continues, and it doesn't seem to end anytime soon.
-Chessman was the biggest loser of VdE. Will Chessman look for retribution?
-The Antonio Pena Memorial Show will take place in October. AAA will organize a mass for him, and everyone is invited to come.
*Pretaped Segment: Alebrije talks to Elegido, and both say that they can't let Porky go. They must beat the Metros, and keep cheering Porky to raise his self-esteem. Both promise they won't let Porky retire. This leads to the video that recaps the feud between the Brazos (you know the story).
1) Brazo de Plata, El Elegido & Alebrije (w/Cuije) vs. Metrosexuales (El Brazo, Decnnis & Escorpion Negro w/Guapito)
Prematch Comments: It is announced that this will be Porky's very last match as a professional. The announcers blame El Brazo for Porky's decision. They say his entire family only made their name out of Porky (so Brazo de Oro doesn't count?). Brazo simply says Porky doesn't belong to his family, and he still hates fat people. The crowd begs Porky not to retire. The referee Tirantes Sr. grabs the mic, and he wonders why Porky is retiring now, when he should have been retired a long time ago. Tirantes says the best luchador in the Alavardo Family is Brazo (Very funny segment when Tirantes talked).
-First Fall: The Metros immediately attack the tecnicos, and Brazo goes right after Porky. Brazo generates cheap heat, by yelling "America" in front of a Guadalajara crowd, who hates Club America. The Metros use the triple team attack every tecnico individually. The tecnicos finally make the comeback. Brazo begs for mercy, and even hugs Porky. Elegido hits the Inverted Hercules Cutter on Decnnis. Brazo tries to convince Porky, but he doesn't fall for the trap. Cuije hits a suicide dive on the Metros, followed by Alebrije. In the ring, Decnnis tries many moves, but Porky is on fire. Porky pins Decnnis with a second rope Plancha.
Winners: Brazo de Plata, El Elegido & Alebrije
-Aftermath: "Las Golondrinas" is played after the match, because it's a Mexican song to say good-bye. The Metros attack Porky, but Pimpinela Escarlata comes to the rescue. The tecnicos try to convince Porky, but seems like he won't change his mind. The announcers tell the crowd to say good-bye to Porky, and Rivera even wants Elegido and Alebrije to retire as well. The announcers ask Marisela Pena (another Roldan), and she says he cannot leave because his contract hasn't expire yet. So Porky will not retire, and he dances for the crowd. Backstage, Pimpi tells Alebrije that he won't let Porky retire. Pimpi promises to organize a huge party for Porky, and that should pull him out of his depression.
2) La Parka, Gronda & Superfly vs. Zorro, Kenzo Suzuki & Electroshock
-First Fall: Evene on a supercard, the Legion matches do not change at all. Seemns like a regular TV main event match. Electro goes after Fly, and the Legion does their typical triple team attack. Zorro brings his kendo stick for more damage. The tecnicos finally start the comeback, and the Legion is in big trouble. Parka tosses Kenzo out of the ring, but Zorro attacks him with the kendo stick. Fly and Electro are alone inside the ring. Electro delivers hard punches on Fly. Electro tries a Flapjack, but Fly counters it into a Hurricanrana for the three count.
Winners: La Parka, Gronda & Superfly
-Aftermath: The heels attack Fly, and even Konnan joins the beating. Out of nowhere, the DX music hits the arena, which can only mean one of two things: HHH and HBK jumped to AAA, or X-Pac has returned. Obviously, Sean Waltman has returned, and asks for Zorro's kendo stick. Surprisingly, Waltman hits the Legion guys, and the crowd goes nuts for him. Waltman grabs the mic, and talks good spanish. He says this is a new day for AAA, because "D-GENERATION MEX" is here. He even brings tow words "Suck It". The Legion is very confused about Waltman's statement.
3) Steel Cage Match
Mesias vs. Vampiro
-First Fall: Oh boy, should I really call the entire match? The match starts off in the crowd, and both men brawl before getting inside the cage. If you've seen the matches at TripleMania and the match in Queretaro, then you will not see anything out of the ordinary. Some of the best spots are when Vampiro chokeslams Mesias off the middle of the cgae, and when Mesias jumps off the top with a Plancha. Tons of foregin objects are inside the cage, including the classic neon lightbulbs. Both men bleed buckets, and the crowd seems to love everything they see in this match. Both men try to escape, but they both return to cause more damage on each other. Mesias calls the Secta guys for more help. Mesias tries to leave, but the Secta guys do not let him go. The Secta guys enter the cage, and they attack Mesias. Vampiro capitalizes on this and escapes the cage.
-Aftermath: Vampiro celebrates his victory, but the Secta guys also attack him. Big Dark Ozz arrives with chair in hand to destroy Vampiro. Both Vampiro and Mesias are taken on stretchers, and the true winners are the Secta guys. Backstage, the Secta guys say they are happy to abandon Mesias. They don't need him anymore, because they are way too good to be with him. Ozz claims he will do what Mesias couldn't do: Finish off Vampiro!
FINAL COMMENTS: Overall, a regular show. Regarding the in-ring performances, the first two matches didn't bring anything new to the table. The matches from last week were way better. The Cage match was so boring, and I alomost feel asleep during the match (no joke, it's true). The ending was good, and it was smart to have the Secta turn on Mesias. The Porky angle is somewhat good, and will see if it keeps developing more. The Electro/Fly feud is still pushed very hard, and hopefully this ends in a "mask vs. mask" match, which is something that hasn't happened in a LOOOONG time in this company.
About X-Pac's return, ARE YOU KIDDING ME? This guy is doing "D-Generation-MEX"? He was supposed to wrestle Rey Bucanero for the CMLL Light Heavyweight title at the CMLL Anniversary show (which in my view, is the biggest show in Mexico), but instead he ended up back in AAA to form this "stable". Stay tuned for the following weeks, to see how AAA changes drastically.
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