Post by The Natural Eddy Valintino on Aug 7, 2019 21:44:26 GMT -5
I was shocked Cain Velasquez did the things he did at Triplemania. Im happy for the guy. Overall Triplemania this year from what I watched was better than the last 2 years. Can't say much bad about it. I wish the main event lasted longer since Im used to lucha de apuestas matches going over 20 in AAA. Blue Demon Jr bladed deep. His blade job qualifies for a 10 on the Muta scale. At one point, his right arm and chest was covered in blood. He was still dripping blood like a faucet after the match.
Post by I Hate My Job on Sept 16, 2019 10:19:29 GMT -5
Cain Velasquez did a great job again in his match at the AAA show last night. He got the win for his team with a Lethal Injection (Handspring Cutter) on Taurus. If he gets a few more matches under his belt, all promotions-WWE, AEW, New Japan, MLW, etc would be lining up to sign him.
Mattel, please make a Summerslam 1989 Randy Savage
Selling figures online is not going to solve collector's problems of not getting their toys.
La Parka died due to a head injury he suffered during a match in October. RIP.
Geez. RIP to La Parka...the OG Chairman!
Actually "WCW's Chairman," is still alive. La Parka that just died was Jesus Alfonso Huerta Escoboza, who took over the gimmick of La Parka in AAA in 2003, when the original, Adolfo Tapia, signed with CMLL. Escoboza had for a time wrestled as La Parka Jr., while La Parka was working in WCW. Once Ibarra had signed with CMLL, AAA boss Antonio Pena sued him, claiming he owned the copyright to the gimmick. This lead the original La Parka changing his name to L.A. Park, and for a time being, having the skeleton part of his ring gear be different colors, and then eventually changing the design of the mask itself. Still a tragic loss.