La Parka vs. Muerte Cibernetica
MASK VS. MASK
Type: Mask vs. Mask
A typical overbooked AAA main event match in many aspects. This mask match has more than a half-a-dozen wrestlers hanging around ringside at any given time, in-ring interference throughout, rudo referees, weapons, and everything you’ve come to expect from AAA. The most egregious part of this particular match is when a brawl breaks out between the non-match participants that spills to the backstage area. Instead of letting it go, AAA cuts away from the ring constantly to show what is going on in the back which needless to say, proves to be quite the distraction. When La Parka (II) and Muerte Cibernetica are allowed to actually have a wrestling match the results are decent but those opportunities are few and far between.
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La Parka Jr. vs Muerte Cibernetica – Mask vs Mask: The winner was obviously never in doubt so it was just a matter of killing time until Parka could get his win. These guys unfortunately had to follow the previous match which would be like booking Atlantis vs Panther in a mask match but having Bucanero/Guerrero for the Light Heavyweight Title in the main event. Usual AAA smokescreens as Cibernetico was at ringside with Porky and La Secta made their way out rather quickly. The mini’s also made their way to ringside but surprisingly didn’t dive all over the place as I expected. Vampiro/Octagon got involved by chasing some rudos to the back. So in between shots of the chaos in the ring, you had Vamp/Octagon and the minis fighting various rudos backstage. All the guys in Mexican Power ran out to finally lead the Parka Jr. comeback. He did a tope suicida onto Muerte and then it was time for more chaos as La Secta and Mexican Power went at it. Juventud/Psicosis dove onto two Secta members and Lider did a running somersault plancha on the other side of the ring. They made their way to the stage area and Crazzy Boy climbed up the lighting stand(about 10-12 feet) and did a moonsault onto everyone! It actually wasn’t that spectacular b/c the week before on TV he did a moonsault from WAY HIGHER so this was kind of a letdown for the big spot to end the night. Muerte Cibernetica had Parka Jr. pinned in the ring somehow but I think Porky(maybe someone else) counted to three and Muerte stood on the second turnbuckle celebrating his win. Parka got up and snuck up behind to hit a running power bomb. Tirantes ran into the ring and counted the three! Ricky Banderas was obviously under the mask and the night ended with Parka Jr., Mexican Power and Porky all celebrating in the ring as fireworks went off. Mess of a match but had some fun moments so I’ll give it a half point meaning my final Triplemania rating is: 6 out of 7.