Abyss has been confirmed for the upcoming AAA TV tapings in Orizaba on June 30. Abyss, who still holds one half of the AAA World Tag Team Titles is scheduled to once again team with his AAA tag partner Chessman to defend the titles against Cuervo and Ozz.
TNA Vs AAA News Update: TNA Wrestler Confirmed For Upcoming AAA House Show
Posted 20 June 2012 - 02:57 PM
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Posted 20 June 2012 - 05:44 PM
The chances of us ever seeing AAA stars in TNA is slim to none at this point. The problem is it does nothing for either company if AAA comes on TNA television. Think about it the only reason TNA even started this working agreement is because they wanted a foothold in the Latin American wrestling market and AAA in return gets big name American wrestling talent to appear at their shows. Essentially if AAA let their wrestlers appear on TNA television they get simply get nothing in return. It's not like there going to win the American audience over because their show only airs for the most part in Mexico. AAA wrestling in TNA does nothing for TNA either. It's not like the average audince is going to care about some no name Mexican wrestlers. I personally would love to see some AAA talents in a TNA ring however from a buisness perspective the idea would be totally useless and wouldn't do anything for either promotion.
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Posted 20 June 2012 - 05:49 PM
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Posted 20 June 2012 - 09:23 PM
AAA airs nationally in the United States on Galavision. Stars like La Parka and Rey Mysterio Jr. were able to get over with U.S. audiences in WCW. If advertised and promoted (a serious IF when it comes to TNA, this is still one of their biggest problems) it could do a lot to help increase their hispanic audience.
On top of that, with Chris Sabin on the shelf, and an X-Division title tournament likely, with the X-Division themed pay per view coming up, there is no better time to bring in some AAA stars, at least in the short term. They wouldn't have to dominate the show, in fact they shouldn't. However, being a part of the tournament, or gauntlet match, or however TNA decides to handle the title, would be a good idea. TNA even has bargaining chips since Triplemania is coming up and AAA want more TNA talent for the show.
Posted 21 June 2012 - 12:12 AM
Posted 21 June 2012 - 10:05 AM
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