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- EA brings back college football
- Where things stand in the NHL
- The Chicago Cubs suck
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Andrew’s AAA Triplemania 27 Ratings & Analysis
It’s that time of year again! Triple A has been doing Triplemania free on Twitch.tv for a few years. Let’s see where this show lands!
It’s that time of year again! Triple A has been doing Triplemania free on Twitch.tv for a few years. Let’s see where this show lands!
This year’s Triplemania may have more attention than usual, thanks to the AEW partnership. Young Bucks and Lucha Brothers continuing feud. Cody Rhodes and his issues with Taurus. More people seem intrigued by the prospect of this show.
So for anyone who’s seen a few of these, there is really only one question. Will it be a train wreck or actually a solid show?
If you wonder why the question is relevant, watch Triplemania 25 and you will know. You won’t thank me…you’ll probably hate me. But at least you’ll know.
- Llave a la Gloria Twitch Exclusive Match: Dragon Bane, Astrolux & Arkangel Divino vs Aramis, Arez & Toxin: Dragon Bane wins via 630 Senton – ***
- AAA Mixed Tag Championship Match: Nino Hamburguesa & Big Mami (c) vs Lady Maravilla & Villano Tres Jr vs Sammy Guevara & Scarlett Bordeaux vs Vanilla & Australian Suicide: Maravilla wins via Low Blow/Roll-Up – ** – TITLE CHANGE!!
- AAA World Trios Championship: El Hijo del Vikingo, Myzteziz Jr & Golden Magic vs El Nuevo Poder del Norte (Mocho Cota Jr., Carta Brava Jr.& Tito Santana) vs Las Fresas Salvajes (Pimpinela Escarlata, Mamba & Máximo): Vikingo wins via Inverted 450 Splash – *** ½ – TITLE CHANGE!!!
- Copa Triplemania: Pagano wins – ***
- Reina de Reinas Championship 7 Way TLC Match: Chika Tormenta vs Keyra (c) vs Lady Shani vs La Hiedra vs Taya vs Tessa Blanchard vs Faby Apache vs Ayako Hamada: Tessa Blanchard climbs ladder for title – *** – TITLE CHANGE!!
- Killer Kross, Texano Jr & Taurus vs Psycho Clown, Cody Rhodes & Cain Velasquez: Velasquez wins via Kimura – *** ½
- Laredo Kid, Pentagon Jr & Fenix vs Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks: Pentagon wins via Spiked Fear Factor – *** ¼
- Lucha de Apuestas Hair vs Mask: Dr. Wagner Jr vs Blue Demon Jr: Blue Demon wins via Cinder Block – ****
Dragon Bane, Astrolux & Arkangel Divino vs Aramis, Arez & Toxin – Wow, this was all over the place. If you think you’ve seen a spotfest, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Tornillo, Shooting Star Presses and Fosbury Flops in succession, multiple multi-pin attempts just a lot of craziness. I wouldn’t say it was a good match, but there was so much going on at once, it was definitely entertaining and a good opener.
Wait…there’s a Une Fon short with Blue Demon Jr fighting a Mummy, Werewolf and Swamp Thing. This whole segment is a nice callback to the El Santo movies, even with a “flashback” to one of the old movies. This is already starting off more entertaining than the past two years, even with a few broadcast hiccups.
AAA Mixed Tag Championship Match: Nino Hamburguesa & Big Mami (c) vs Lady Maravilla & Villano Tres Jr vs Sammy Guevara & Scarlett Bordeaux vs Vanilla & Australian Suicide – This match started off fairly amusing. Sammy and Scarlett played up sexy and arrogant, Maravilla continued to flirt with Nino Hamburguesa to get advantages…but then it fell apart. I have yet to see Vanilla perform well at any TripleMania, this one included. A lot of half missed or awkward moves and it just got car crashy towards the end. The finish continues the Maravilla story with Mami and Nino, but the match was fairly throw away.
AAA World Trios Championship: El Hijo del Vikingo, Myzteziz Jr & Golden Magic vs El Nuevo Poder del Norte (Mocho Cota Jr., Carta Brava Jr.& Tito Santana) vs Las Fresas Salvajes (Pimpinela Escarlata, Mamba & Máximo): So watching this match was weird. Salvajes are an Exotico team. So a bunch of cross dressing men kissing the other participants and doing certain things added an element to the match that isn’t often seen outside of Mexico. It lightened up some situations, but my main takeaway is everyone seemed to be in love with the Flying Headscissors. Either way, it was an entertaining match for the vacated trios titles. We saw 3 very different teams, and nothing was bad. Hell I think there was a Diving Canadian Destroyer at one point, but the action was so fast it was a little hard to follow. Good match, just not a ton of storytelling.
Copa Triplemania – Eclipse Jr and Daga start off this Rumble style match, and after that we get new people every minute. The biggest pops came from Konnan entering in a Donald Trump shirt after an interesting promo earlier in the show. Then as he’s just drinking a Modelo on the top turnbuckle, Vampiro enters to a huge ovation. Vamp looks to be in great shape, goes right after Konnan and they slug it out a little. After brushing off Daga and a few other Rudos, Vamp eliminates Konnan and then eliminates himself. All he wanted to do was get Konnan out of the match, and it was a fun moment. The last few came down to Chessman, Pagano and Rey Escorpion…so with Pagano winning I guess that’s fine. Chessman I’ve never been impressed with, Escorpion had a good shot, but got distracted with trying to get the referee to count faster and Pagano was the last Technico to care about.
LA Park shows up afterwards, breaks the trophy, beats the hell out of Pagano and challenges him to a Lucha Extreme match.
Reina de Reinas Championship 7 Way TLC Match: Chika Tormenta vs Keyra (c) vs Lady Shani vs La Hiedra vs Taya vs Tessa Blanchard vs Faby Apache vs Ayako Hamada – So Keyra gets wheeled out in a wheelchair, basically to say she is vacating the title and someone will take her spot. Tormenta attacks the injured champion and we find out the replacement is Ayako Hamada, who last I heard retired after getting arrested for drugs in Japan and vacating the Sendai Girls title in shame. But that aside, this match was interesting. All of the women brought it pretty hard with weapons and high impact spots. But Tessa hit Tormenta with a cookie sheet, Tormenta was probably supposed to land on a ladder, but missed and crashed to the outside. EMTs stretcher her out quickly and the match ends rather abruptly. Not sure if it was called quicker because of a legit injury or if that was supposed to legitimize the injury to Tormenta. Either way, it was fine…just a little weird at times.
Killer Kross, Texano Jr & Taurus vs Psycho Clown, Cody Rhodes & Cain Velasquez – Well this was interesting. Cain Velasquez’s debut match with a few of the bigger names in the game right now, really made this sink or swim. Cody has issues with Taurus, Texano and Psycho Clown has had a feud for years and Kross and Cain makes sense. Kross did try to duck Cain initially, which was nice heel story telling. Cain looked fantastic, and this match was more of the Western style tag match as opposed to the usual Lucha/Tornado style. Everything made sense, little story threads had a good amount of heat added and the finish was great with Cain getting the visible tap from Texano.
Rey Escorpion attacked Psycho Clown and stole his mask, so one has to assume that is Cain’s story to continue with. Pairing him with the face of AAA as well as, Cain more than holding his own, is all a great start to a wrestling career.
Laredo Kid, Pentagon Jr & Fenix vs Kenny Omega & The Young Bucks – This whole match didn’t feel right. The crowd was dead for a lot of things The Elite did, unless the purposefully posed for heat. Obvious heel tactics like taking off Fenix’s mask and low blows everywhere were just overkill. A rivalry that started off as more of a best of the best, became a cliché foreign heel doing dirty heel stuff, it’s really quite sad. The match really wasn’t anything special, a few of the same ole same ole moves and poorly timed triple team moves. Also a very sloppy Reverse Frakensteiner out of the One Winged Angel, from Fenix, while recollecting his mask, did nothing for the match. So yeah, nothing special, it was a slightly above average match, but nothing to write home about.
After the match Kenny Omega challenges Fenix for his Mega Championship with his typical “trying too hard” to sound cool and evil Cleaner style promo. Ugh.
Lucha de Apuestas Hair vs Mask: Dr. Wagner Jr vs Blue Demon Jr – Blue Demon’s mask is one of the older family lineages in lucha libre. Demon himself is 20-0 in Apuestas matches while Wagner is 10-1. This was a brutal war, not a match, just a straight up fight. Broken beer bottles, chairs, hammers, and cinder blocks were all used on one another. This was a hell of a fight, lots of blood and the each man’s entourage interfered a little, but just damn. It also looked like Wagner broke a finger at some point, so Blue Demon using a modified Fujiwara Arm Bar often in the match, just looked crazy. I thought it was clever that Wagner used the fact the referee was out of position to visibly tap out, getting Demon to break the submission thinking he won. Wagner eats a cinder block to the skull, and after bandaging the bleeding portions of the man, the hair shaving begins.
Overall Score: 7.25/10
So this was a pretty good show. We saw the beginning of Cain Velasquez’s wrestling career, and seemingly the end of Dr. Wagner Jr’s career. I think Wagner retired after getting his head shaved and Blue Demon just rubbed it in. Getting the surprises of Vampiro, Konnan, LA Park and Ayako Hamada was nice for me. Maybe not everyone, but it popped me nicely.
Also it’s nice to see some stories continue logically, like the Maravilla match. Tessa being the new Reina de Reinas will probably play into Impact’s upcoming Mexico City tapings. So I appreciate the threads there. And of course, even if they were about as over as a funeral, the Elite stuff does still play into All Out and could possibly be used for AAA’s MSG in the future.
Nice show Triple A.
Joe’s CMLL Review & Results (6/18/19)
It was another busy week for CMLL, and The Chairshot has you covered thanks to your friend Joe Dinan! See what happened below.
CMLL at Arena Puebla
Millenium, Tiger Rojo Jr, and Meyer vs Black Tiger, Centella Roja, and Fuerza Chicana
- First Fall: Tigre Rojo pins Chicana with a sunset flip
- Second Fall: Fuerza Chicana pins Millenium with a code breaker
- Third Fall: Tigre Rojo pins Centella Roja with a face buster
This was your typical opener. Back and forth first round with the tecnicos getting the first pin. Second round dominated by the rudos and in the last round the tecnicos got the win. Nothing much else to say as CMLL openers don’t involve much.
Winners: Millenium, Tigre Rojo Jr, and Meyer
Stigma, Arkalis, and King Jaguar vs Cosario de Fuego, El Malayo, and El Perverso
- First Fall: Arkalis submits Fuego with a single leg crab
- Second Fall: Fuego pins Stigma with a muscle buster
- Third Fall: Stigma pins Perverso with a jaw breaker
So Cosario is a new face here this week. He looked pretty decent from what I can see. It looks like King Jaguar got hurt in this match briefly but he came back and his teammates were able to pull out the victory. It’s Puebla saw it’s pretty much the formula of the first match except they did a whole lot more. Pegasso was supposed to be in Stigma’s place but he got hurt at the Sunday show.
Winners: Stigma, Arkalis, and King Jaguar
Esfinge, Triton, and Fuego vs Felino, Misterioso, and Tiger
- First Fall: Misterioso pins Fuego with a neck breaker
- Second Fall: Fuego rolls up Felino
- Third Fall: Tiger pins Triton with a power bomb
We get a quick first fall with Misterioso pinning Fuego. In the second round Triton and Esfinge hit middle rope dives while Fuego rolls up Felino. We had some posturing with the midget Felino brings to the ring and then some team work action. Not long after Tiger pins Triton with a power bomb for the win.
Winners: Felino, Misterioso, and Tiger
Sanson, Cuatrero, and Forastero vs Gran Guerrero, Euforia, and Templario
- First Fall: Cuatrero throws Sanson in the air and he knees Gran Guerrero
- Second Fall: Euforia pins Cuatrero with a pump handle
- Third Fall: Cuatrero launched Forastero into Gran and Templario for the pin
Los Guerrero’s jump Dinamitas to begin this match. We have a brawl on our hands. Dinamitas turn the table and catch Los Guerrero’s slipping and get the first fall. Templario hits a sasuke special while Euforia pins Cuatrero with a pump handle slam. They fight some in the final round until Cuatrero launches Forastero into Gran Guerrero and Templario. They take Templario’s mask as well.
Winners: Sanson, Cuatrero, and Forastero
Ultimo Guerrero, Angel de Oro, and Niebla Roja vs Mascara Ano 2000, El Terrible, and Rey Bucanero
- First Fall: Terrible submits Ultimo Guerrero with a boston crab
- Second Fall: NIebla Roja gets Bucanero in a pinning combo
- Third Fall: Terrible pins Ultimo Guerrero with a roll up
Another match that begins with a brawl. Terrible gets Ultimo in a boston crab. They continue to fight each other. Just brawling pretty much and Niebla Roja catches Bucanero in a pinning combo. The final round was a more slowed down back and forth. Ultimo gets Terrible in a submission but the ref gets distracted by Mascara. Ultimo gets upset and then Terrible rolls him up for the win.
Winners: Mascara Ano 2000, El Terrible, and Rey Bucanero
CMLL Arena Mexico Tuesday
Kaligua and Angelito vs Pequeno Violencia and Pequeno Olimpico
- First Fall: Violencia pins Angelito with a senton splash
- Second Fall: Kaligua pins Violencia with a splash off of Angelito’s shoulders
- Third Fall: Olimpico pins Kaligua after getting his feet up on a moonsault
Typical CMLL opener. Violencia and Olimpico hit a double power bomb and Violencia hits a senton to pin Angelito. They also pin Kaligua but there wasn’t any point to it. Rudos double team for the whole second round until a come back is made. Kaligua does a splash off of Angelito’s shoulders on Violencia. Olimpico gets hits feet up on a moonsault by Kaligua and pins him.
Winners: Pequeno Violencia and Pequeno Olimpico
Oro Jr, Robin, and Super Astro Jr vs Raziel, Cancerbero, and Espiritu Negro
- First Fall: Robin pins Raziel with a swanton bomb
- Second Fall: Raziel pins Super Astro with a spinning falcon arrow
- Third Fall: Raziel and Cancerbero submit Robin and Super Astro with a double submission
Most of the first round is spent feeling each other out and grappling. Towards the end everyone starts to trade spots and Robin gets the pin. The second round is quick with the rudos getting the advantage. Raziel pins Super Astro with a spinning falcon arrow. The rudos continue to hold the advantage starting the last round. Raziel and Cancerbero get Astro and Robin in a double submission for the win.
Winners: Raziel, Cancerbero, and Espiritu Negro
(Match Relampago) Virus vs Drone
- Virus pins Drone with a vertabreaker
Drone and Virus grapple for like the first third of this match then Drone hit a nice middle rope dive. Back in the ring Drone goes for his knees in the corner but Virus rolls him up. Drone fights out and fights back. Virus rolls him up again but Drone kicks out. Drone goes for a split legged moonsault but completely misses. So Virus puts his foot on the rope because he’s not gonna look like a fool. Virus hits a middle rope elbow drop. Virus hits a vertabreaker to pin Drone.
Marcela, Sanely, and La Jarochita vs Dalys, Tiffany, and Reyna Isis
- First Fall: Marcela submits Dalys with a surfboard stretch
- Second Fall: Tiffany pins Sanely with a face buster
- Third Fall: Dalys submits Marcela with a torture rack
Lots of fighting going on in this match so far. Sometimes the women aren’t the best wrestlers or luchadors but in my opinion they bring a realistic intensity that guys on their card level don’t. Maybe they feel like they need to prove themselves. Jarochita and Sanely hit sentons on Dalys then Marcela submits her. In this round the rudos get the advantage and do some team work action. Tiffany hits a face buster on Sanely for the pin. The rudos continue to have the advantage in the third round. They start to trade spots and stopping pin falls. Finally Dalys catches Marcela in a torture rack for the win.
Winners: Dalys, Tiffany, and Reyna Isis
Atlantis, Kraneo, and El Audaz vs Mephisto, Hechicero, and Ephesto
- First Fall: Ephesto pins Atlantis with a slingshot splash
- Second Fall: Kraneo pins Hechicero and Ephesto with a splash
- Third Fall: Ephesto kicks Audaz mid air for the win
They feel each other out some but it transforms into the rudos teaming up on the tecnicos. Mephisto power bombs Audaz and Ephesto gets slingshot onto Atlantis for the pin. This round continues with the rudos dominating. Kraneo gets crotched on the barricade. A come back gets made and Kraneo goes to splash Hechicero and Ephesto but Audaz keeps doing it. Kraneo tells him to stop and then he does it. Atlantis and Mephisto square off in the final round. Audaz leaps off of the stage to hit a hurricanrana on Hechicero. Hechicero hits a running knee and a springboard drop kick on Kraneo for the pin. Hechicero throws Audaz in the air and Ephesto kicks him for the win.
Winners: Mephisto, Hechicero, and Ephesto
Soberano, Titan, and Stuka vs El Terrible, Bestia del Ring, and Forastero
- First Fall: Bestia hits a senton on Stuka for the pin
- Second Fall: Soberano pins Terrible with a hurricanrana
- Third Fall: Bestia pins Soberano with a cradle tombstone
We start the match with some grappling. It evolves into Terrible and Bestia getting heat on the tecnicos. Bestia hits a senton on Stuka for the pin. Rudos continue to get heat in the next round. Soberano gets launched and Bestia and Forastero turn their backs. Soberano hits a hurricanrana and pins Terrible. Titan starts hot in the last round, using his agility on everyone. Later in the round Soberano, Stuka, and Titan each hit a middle rope dive at the same time. Terrible catches Stuka with a power bomb and Bestia hits a cradle tombstone on Soberano for the win.
Winners: El Terrible, Bestia del Ring, and Forastero
CMLL Arena Mexico Friday
Star Jr and Magia Blanca vs Espanto and Akuma
- First Fall: Akuma pins Star with a muscle buster
- Second Fall: Star pins Akuma with a corner drop kick
- Third Fall: Star Jr pins Akuma with a springboard frog splash
Espanto and Akuma come out on bikes. They spend the early part grappling as usual. Espanto hits a splash on Magia. Akuma pins Star with a muscle buster. Rudos continue to work over the tecnicos. Tecnicos make a come back and Star hits Akuma with a corner drop kick. There’s some back and forth action. Espanto slips on the ropes. Blanca hits a top rope death valley. Star hits a springboard frog splash on Akuma.
Winners: Star Jr and Magia Blanca
Triton, Esfinge, and Rey Cometa vs Polvora, Kawato San, and Tiger
- First Fall: Rey Cometa pins Polvora with a 450
- Second Fall: Tiger takes Triton’s mask for the DQ
They do some typical feeling out grappling. Triton hits an asai moonsault on Tiger. Esfinge gets Kawato in a pinning combo. Cometa hits a 450 on Polvora. There’s a lot of back and forth action in round 2. Trading a lot of spots. Rudos start to team up on the tecnicos. They fight back and hit a pair of middle rope dives. As in all 3 of them hit 2 middle rope dives. Tiger rips Triton’s mask. Esfinge hits a big asai moonsault on Polvora. Kawato runs at Cometa but Cometa hits a Spanish fly off of the apron. Tiger takes Triton’s mask.
Winners: Triton, Esfinge, and Rey Cometa
Valiente, Soberano, and Atlantis Jr vs Cuatrero, Forastero, and Hijo del Villano III
First Fall: Soberano pins Forastero with a lionsault.
Second Fall: Forastero pins Atlantis Jr after being launched into him
Third Fall: Valiente pins Cuatrero with a lung blower
We have some decent back and forth action. Valiente hits a big middle rope dive on Cuatrero. Soberano hits a lionsault on Villano III and pins him. Atlantis Jr and hijo Villano trade blows in this round. After some back and forth Cuatrero launches Forastero into Atlantis Jr and Soberano for the pin. In round 3 the rudos have the advantage. A come back gets made and Soberano and Atlantis Jr hit middle rope dives and then Valiente hits a big one on Forastero. They all trade big moves but the pins get broken. Soberano hits some kind of vortex tornillo to the outside. Valiente hits a lung blower on Cuatrero for the win.
Winners: Valiente, Soberano, and Atlantis Jr
(Match Relampago) Rey Bucanero vs Euforia
- Euforia wins with a roll up
They do some grappling and Bucanero tries to tear at his mask. Bucanero hits a whisper in the wind to the outside. Euforia hits a monkey flip to change momentum. They have a relatively uneventful back and forth. Bucanero hits a whisper in the wind again and goes for a pin but Euforia rolls him up.
(Copa Dinastia) Mistico and Dragon Lee vs Ultimo Guerrero and Gran Guerrero vs Angel de Oro and Niebla Roja vs Mascara Ano 2000 and Sanson
We have the battle royal to determine the order. Sanson and Dragon Lee are the last two remaining.
Angel de Oro and Niebla Roja vs Gran Guerrero and Ultimo Guerrero
- Angel de Oro pins Gran Guerrero with a super kick
Roja and Gran start out together going back and forth. There’s a lot of fast paced action and fighting on the outside. Gran hits a drop kick off of the apron on Niebla Roja. Roja hits a dive over the top rope onto Ultimo. Angel de Oro hits a golden moonsault on Gran. Oro and Roja hit stereo super kicks and Oro pins Gran.
Winners: Angel de Oro and Niebla Roja
Dragon Lee and Mistico vs Mascara Ano 2000 and Sanson
- Mistico submits Sanson with a fujiwara arm bar
Lee and Sanson start out moving fast trading counters. Lee goes to handspring to the outside but he gets caught for a power bomb on the barricade. Ano and Sanson beat on Lee. Mistico knocks Sanson to the outside then he hits an over the top rope dive. Dragon Lee rolls up Mascara for the pin. Lee knees Sanson for a two count. Then Mistico gets him in la mistica for the win.
Winners: Dragon Lee and Mistico
Angel de Oro and Niebla Roja vs Dragon Lee and Mistico
- Niebla Roja submits Dragon Lee with a rock the boat submission
Fast paced action that see Oro and Roja knocking Lee and Mistico to the outside. Oro and Roja hit stereo dives. There’s a lot of high spots in this match. Now Lee and Mistico hit stereo dives. Oro and Roja hit stereo super kicks on Lee but he barely kicks out. Lee then hits the leaping hurricanrana on Roja off of the apron to the outside. Mistico hits a canadian destroyer on Oro. Oro no sells and then hits one of his own. Mistico hits la mistica on Oro to eliminate him. Roja hits a top rope face buster on Mistico and now it’s Lee and Roja. Lee hits a running drop kick but Roja gets his hands on the ropes. Roja hits a flipping DDT on Lee for a close two. Lee hits the corner double stomp on Roja for a close two. Roja hits a poisonranna and then the rock the boat submission on Lee for the win.
Winners: Angel de Oro and Niebla Roja
Austin Theory, Caristico, and Volador Jr vs Rush, Negro Casas, and Cavernario
- First Fall: Rush pins Austin Theory with a corner drop kick
- Second Fall: Austin Theory pins Negro Casas with a neck breaker
- Third Fall: Caristico pins Negro Casas with a roll up
It’s weird that Austin Theory is here cause he might not ever come back. Casas, Rush, and Cavernario jump the tecnicos. Cavernario hits a snap suplex on Volador and Rush hits the corner drop kick on Austin Theory for the fall. Cavernario goes to rip at Caristico’s mask. The tecnicos fight back and Austin Theory pins Casas with a neck breaker move. There’s some brawling on the outside now. Caristico works fast hitting a hurricanrana on Casas, then he fakes a dive. Volador hits a hurricanrana on Rush and then dives over the top. Theory hits a flipping neck breaker and then hits some kind of flipping face buster on Cavernario. Caristico school boys Negro Casas for the win.
Winners: Austin Theory, Caristico, and Volador Jr
Time to pick up a new Chairshot shirt!
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