Mil Muertes being eliminated within seconds of entering Aztec Warfare II. Why? Because he's the only guy capable of going toe to toe with Matanza, and that showdown demanded its own main event later.
After seeing Prince Puma hold onto the championship for over 30 episodes, it seemed strange that Fenix only held onto it for a single week before Aztec Warfare II. But think of this: Matanza was clearly going to win the championship so whoever had it was going to lose it. Fenix getting it beforehand ensured that Mil didn't have to lose to Matanza yet, so Matanza could shred everybody else in Aztec Warfare II.
PJ Black & Jack Evans vs. Aerostar & Drago in a tag-team nunchaku match. Nunchaku are weapons where two ends are connected (like a tag team). In addition, all the nunchaku were placed in a way that required two people to reach them.
Why did Mundo call his Gift of the Gods cash in match for the week after Aztec Warfare III? Because with Aztec Warfare taking up the whole episode Dario couldn't make him defend the belt.
The Season 4 trailer has Paul London covered in blood. Considering his character in the previous season, what made him snap? And, moreover, what exactly (or who exactly) is the White Rabbit and what type of agenda do they want?
We find out that London willingly killed Mascarita to prove that he would offer anything for the White Rabbit's guidance. Son of Havoc better not learn that his close friend was murdered by these kooky cultists....
London is so deranged that he offered both his partners to Matanza as sacrifices in the belief that that is what the White Rabbit requested. And we mean "belief" because "The Hunted" reveals that the White Rabbit asking where Mala Suerte and Saltador went, revealing that he never requested that at all. This really makes you wonder how messed up London is, and also implications on Mascarita's sanity if he knew the White Rabbit.