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Rey Misterio Jr., Rey Misterio Sr. & Transformer vs Juventud Guerrera, Fuerza Guerrera & Psicosis (AAA Sin Limite 03/05/95)

AAA March 5 1995 Rey Misterio Jr. Rey Misterio Sr. Transformer Juventud Guerrera Fuerza Guerrera Psicosis Rey vs Juventud Rey vs Psicosis Apizaco

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#1 Loss

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Posted 12 October 2011 - 04:55 PM

Talk about it here.

#2 Loss

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Posted 14 November 2011 - 07:44 PM

Not really that good of a match. The rudos are way, way, way dominant in the first fall and for a big part of the second, and at the end, the technicos make a late, unconvincing comeback in the last few minutes of the match. There is some fun stuff. Psicosis' top rope legdrop to the floor from the top rope is beyond words, but overall, I wasn't a huge fan. The tag the previous month is on another level.

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 03:12 AM

Yeah this wasn't very good. Psicosis and Rey Jr did a decent job and Psicosis taking out Transformer with that leg drop was nuts. After that, the match fell flat.

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Posted 31 August 2014 - 01:15 PM

This was okay, but the opening is one of the more tepid lucha brawls you'll ever see. Transformer is so obscure that Luchawiki doesn't even have a page for him--he's a fat, lazy fuck who suddenly puts on the best sequence of the match with a fun gymnastic comedy routine with Guerrera. He's subsequently taken out by an INSANE senton from the top rope to the floor by Psicosis--one of the spots of the year, hands down. It's sold big and Transformer is out for the match, while at the same time the technicos are awarded a fall for some reason. The rudos continuing to rain down on Transformer as he's being lifted onto a stretcher is pretty funny. Some good action to follow, as Juventud and Rey, Sr. in particular have a few nice Japanese-style bombs to toss into the usual lucha action, but Loss is right that the technico comeback down 2-on-3 seems hollow, though Rey's counter to pin Psicosis and Fuerza's pratfall sell were good. For some reason the technicos have to pin all 3 rudos to win, which adds to the anticlimactic finish.

#5 Zenjo


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Posted 14 March 2017 - 06:19 PM

Transformer was unintentional comedy gold in this one. I was in stitches laughing at his terrible bumping and selling. The guy under the mask was Kendo, who appeared on the 1990 Yearbook in Hamada's UWF. He seemed to be a cult hero over there for some reason. I thought he was complete shit.

His day is cut short when Psicosis does an amazing top rope senton onto the floor and takes him out. Transformer does a stretcher job and the fun is over. The match ended up as a complete mess like normal in AAA.

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