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The following information is based on the timeline created by the heritage committee and is currently being shown at the Castillo de Pria, a digital copy can be found here.
In turn, both textual and photographic information was kindly donated by Professor Paul Reborido.
AAA originally announced that together with Grupo Modelo, specifically "Victorian Beer", to arrange "Copa Victoria", a trios tournament with teams from around the world competing in a one night tournament. Fênix, Electroshock and El Hijo del Fantasma; La Parka, El Texano Jr. AAA vice president Dorian Roldán explained the rules in a video uploaded to AAA's official You Tube channel.
At the time of the announcement AAA revealed that the first team to represent AAA would be the team of Alberto el Patron (team captain), Myzteziz and Rey Mysterio Jr.. and Cibernético took place on April 30 with Psycho Clown, El Zorro and Averno to took place May 2. The tournament would consist of trios matches structured in quarterfinals, semi-finals and a final, plus an extra match to determine the third place.
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