01st Sep2018

‘AAA Triplemania 2018’ PPV Review

by Nathan Favel


Welcome to the AAA Triplemania 2018 review, right here on Nerdly. I’m Nathan Favel and we have lots to cover so let’s get to it… before we are another week late on this.

Match #1: Dragon Bane, Astrolux and Freelance beat Draztik Boy, Latigo and Aramis – Trios Match

This was a thrilling stunt show with one death-defying risk after another. Any one of these guys could be a big star in the future.

Match #2: Sammy Guevera beat ACH, Australian Suicide and Shane Strickland – AAA World Cruiserweight Championship Match

This was another wild match that was a thrill a second. I always worry about the risks that luchadors put themselves through with the style, but they are gonna do it despite themselves. This match had a lot of hard work in it and will really get your blood pumping.

Match #3: Nino Hamburguesa and Big Mami beat El Hijo del Vikingo and Vanilla, Angelikal and La Hiedra and Dinastia and Lady Maravilla – AAA Mixed Tag Team Championship Match

This was a really good match that went for a while and gave the crowd their money’s worth.

Match #4: Bandido and Flamita beat Aero Star and Drago, Golden Magic and Laredo Kid and DJZ and Andrew Everett – Four Way Tag Team Ladder Match For A Tag Team Title Shot

This match was an explosion that repeated itself a thousand times and was more amazing each time it did so. Everybody here was incredible and their daredevil stunts made my balls shoot up my ass. I hope nobody got hurt doing this, even though I’m pretty sure somebody got an ache or pain at the end of it all.

Match #5: Tito Santana, Mocho Cota Jr. and Carta Brava Jr. beat Mamba, Maximo and Pimpinela Escarlata and Taurus, Puma King and Hijo de LA Park – Four Way Tag Team Match

This thing came and went like a lightning bolt. This was good stuff.

Match #6: OGT (Chessman, Super Fly and Averno) beat MAD (Juventud Guerrera, Jack Evans and Teddy Hart) – Trios Tag Team Lumberjack Match

This was another good one. There was more brawling here than at any point on the card so far. This match stood out because it was worked differently from every-thing before it.

Match #7: Rey Escorpion, La Mascara and El Texano Jr. beat Murder Clown, Joe Lider and Pagano – Trio Tag Team Street Fight Match

This might be the most gruesome match of the year. I can’t even quantify how dangerous this match was. There was fire, blood and every kind of violent taboo here that you just don’t see too much of. If you ever wanted to see a Frontier Martial Arts Wrestling death match in Lucha Libre, then this is your wet dream come true.

Match #8: Lady Shani beat Faby Apache – Mask Versus Hair Match

This was a fine match that served to end the streak of the trios matches. I enjoyed the action here and the suspense of a wrestler being stripped of their match was just as strong as ever.

Match #9: Fenix beat Brian Cage, Jeff Jarrett and Rich Swann – Four Way AAA Mega Heavyweight Championship Match

This was an excellent match that gave the right guy the title.

Match #10: Main Event – LA Park beat El Hijo del Fantasma, Pentagon Jr. and Psycho Clown – Four Way Steel Cage Mask Match

The idea here was Park beat Fantasma and took his mask. This was an excellent match that people were really invested in and worked as the main event.

News Of The Night:

  1. Konnan and Vampiro might be having a Loser Leaves Town Match in the near future.
  2. Dr. Wagner Jr. challenged LA Park to a Mask Versus Hair Match for next year’s Triplemania.
  3. Dr. Wagner Jr. came out dressed as La Parka and scared the life out of Jeff Jarrett.

Final Verdict: 4.5 out of 5 – Despite the monotony of the numerous trios matches, this card had some outstanding wrestling that made it all worthwhile.


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