Alan Extreme & Dinamic Black vs. Imposible & Keshin Black
Black Terry & El Brazo & Negro Navarro vs. Ángel Mortal & Gran Apache & Head Hunter I
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Seeding Battle Royal: Hijo de Pirata Morgan vs. Trauma I vs. Bestia 666 vs. Bobby Lee Jr. vs. Carta Brava Jr. vs. El Hijo del Canek vs. Hijo de LA Park vs. Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 vs. Kung Fu Jr. vs. Ultraman Jr.
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Round 1: Hijo de Mascara Año 2000 vs. Bobby Lee Jr.
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Round 1: Ultramán Jr. vs. el Hijo del Canek
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Round 1: Bestia 666 vs. Kung Fu Jr.
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Round 1: Hijo de LA Park vs. Carta Brava Jr.
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Round 2: Hijo de Máscara Año 2000 vs. Ultraman Jr.
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Round 2: Hijo de LA Park vs. Bestia 666
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Semifinal: Hijo de Pirata Morgan vs. Trauma I
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Semifinal: Hijo de LA Park vs. Hijo de Mascara Año 2000
IWRG Junior de Juniors Title Tournament Final: Hijo de Pirata Morgan vs. Hijo de LA Park
La Legion Extranjera (Angelina Love & Mickie James & Sexy Star & Velvet Sky) vs. Cynthia Moreno & Faby Apache & Mari Apache & Lolita 11:04
Tables & Ladders & Chairs Match: Electroshock & Heavy Metal & Joe Lider vs. La Maniarqua (Chessman & Silver Cain & Ultimo Gladiador) 15:42
Los Bizarros (Cibernetico & Billy el Malo & Charly Manson & Escoria) vs. El Inframundo (La Parka & Dark Ozz & Drago) & Octagon 15:30
AAA World Tag Title Steel Cage Match: Extreme Tiger & Jack Evans vs. Abyss & Mr. Anderson 12:05
6 Man Tag Tournament Final, AAA World Trios Title Decision Match: Los Perros del Mal (Damian 666 & Halloween & X-Fly) vs. Los Psycho Circus (Monster Clown & Murder Clown & Psycho Clown) 11:32
AAA World Heavyweight Title Match: El Zorro vs. Jeff Jarrett 15:30
Mask vs. Hair Match: L.A. Park vs. El Mesias 30:57
AAA Latin American Title Match: Dr. Wagner Jr. vs. Rob Van Dam 16:44
2/12/10: Bam Bam & Bracito de Oro & Fantasy vs. Pequeno Universo 2000 & Pequeno Violencia & Pequeno Warrior. They had their moments, but I thought it was going to be a little better than it was. The first fall was mostly technical, but the matwork was a bit slow, especially from Fantasy. For a guy that looks more like Plata, Oro sure does a nice tope con giro. The 2nd fall was all rudo double and triple teaming, but culminated with an amazing spot where Warrior hit a Frankensteiner with Bam Bam sitting on the shoulders of Violencia who was sitting on the top rope. Why this wasn't the finish of the match, and they instead had Bam Bam go into his lightning routine as if he didn't just fall off a roof was beyond me. The third fall had some great stuff, mainly from Bam Bam who was the star of the match, but was pretty short with the silly Warrior pulls the mask off Oro for the DQ finish out of nowhere. **1/4
2/19/10: Pequeno Universo 2000 & Pequeno Warrior & Pierrothito vs. Bracito de Oro & Electrico & Mascarita Dorada. The 1st fall went right from the average uncreative matwork mainly from Oro & Pierrothito to a couple flying moves for the finish. The 2nd fall was once again all rudo double and triple teaming, but rather than mainly brawling they were more athletic and creative this week, and Electrico hit an awesome no touch tope con giro. The main reason this was better than 2/12/10 was the inclusion of Dorada, who is literally twice as quick and athletic as any of these guys. He was spotted, but they were almost all the highlights of the match. Electrico was also an improvement over Fantasy, though he was basically just memorable for 2 variations of the same dive. Warrior, of course, looks good in these matches, but the feud with Oro continued to result in shorter 3rd falls with weak finishes, though this inverted atomic drop that's actually a low blow is a huge step up from last weeks DQ. **3/4
3/18/11: Astral & Electrico & Ultimo Dragoncito vs. Pequeno Nitro & Pequeno Violencia & Pierrothito. The best first fall on the DVD by a mile. Electrico took all the early technical work, not only doing a good job of it, but thus leaving Ultimo & Astral to just fly, and that they did. Astral was just amazing here, hitting 1 spectacular athletic spot after another and generally looking like the best possible version of Mistico. The 2nd fall was short, but the action didn't flag with the rudos dominating the offense, and Ultimo hit a great moonsault to the floor at the end. Again, Electrico really stepped up in the 3rd, doing most of the work for his team. I liked the spot where Astral showboated with a backflip off Pierrothito's chest, but Pierrothito made him pay by leveling him with a lariat. They were verging on a mini MOTY when Astral suddenly reverted to choking form and was heavily booed for blowing two spots at the finish, which was ultimately a crummy count out. ***1/2
7/9/10: Mascarita Dorada vs. Pierrothito 9:47. Excellent performance by both men with Pierrothito bringing a little of everything, being a great base and leading Dorada through a well executed match that was spectacular for his offense as well as obviously Dorada's flying, which like his speed and athleticism is pretty near off the charts. Pierrothito tried to start slow, but once Dorada got going he was making Pierrothito look foolish with his speed. Dorada hit a series of great moves highlighted by a swandive avalanche style Frankensteiner, but Pierrothito got his feet up for a moonsault and surprisingly went to work on him with his athleticism as much if not more than power or stiffness. They began teasing the time limit after Dorada hit a diving rana to the floor, but Dorada continued to have success with his satellite moves leading to the last second victory. ***1/2
1/28/11: Electrico vs. Astral. I really liked the opening because they were quickly able to convey the intensity despite it being a battle of technicos. Once we knew it was going to be a rivalry match where Astral has to prove himself to his hero Electrico, they were able to shift to the expected flying, maintaining the heat with the occasional stiff shot. It was really fast and spectacular, but the execution wasn't always there, with the barely 2nd year wrestler Astral showing amazing potential but also reminding us he's not ready for primetime. The fans weren't willing to cut the kid any slack, not only chanting for Electrico but booing all the flubs. For entertainment value, this was excellent including some sweet spots such as Electrico crushing Astral by turning his swandive huracanrana into a powerbomb and Astral countering Electrico's triangle body attack with a dropkick, but there were just too many problems. It would be easy to say the plethora of mistakes were the proof you need a rudo in the match, but Astral's blown spots were mostly balance issues with the ropes that could have happened against anyone. **1/2
6/10/11: Demus 3:16 & Pequeno Olimpico vs. Astral & Electrico. It just wasn't happening tonight. The rudos dominated the 1st fall and 7/8 with an uninspired mix of stiff slaps and submissions, and it didn't even kick into gear after that. Electrico, who normally does the work of at least 2 wrestlers, was doing his best to more or less take the night off and Astral showed the sloppiest version of himself. *3/4
1/15/10, Torneo Cibernetico: Ultimo Dragoncito & Pequeno Olimpico & Shockercito & Fantasy vs. Pequeno Warrior & Pierrothito & Pequeno Violencia & Pequeno Nitro. A really fluid athletic contest that was a great showcase for the division. Everyone contributed and looked good to the point there was very little difference in quality no matter who was in. Shockercito is a much better athlete than Fantasy, but Fantasy got a lot more time here, and made up for it with an extra effort. It came down to Ultimo vs. Warrior, which was a bit submission oriented after all the high flying leading up to it, but at least there was finally a couple minute stretch without an elimination. ***1/4
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