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A wrestling mask is a fabric based mask that some professional wrestlers wear as part of their in-ring persona or gimmick. Professional wrestlers have been using masks as far back as and they are still widely used today, especially in Lucha Libre in Mexico. I'd never watched wrestling before. But I heard this was a must-do in Mexico City, so bought some cheap seats for the experience. We bought tickets from Ticketmaster at one if their outlets (see below regarding finding an outlet). I noticed the tickets online were More. Ask Vicky S about Arena Mexico. 1 Thank Vicky S. 7 Nov Mexican wrestling, otherwise known as the lucha libre, is a highly traditional form of light entertainment masquerading as a 'sport' and bedecked in inhuman quantities of spandex and sequins. You'll probably be familiar with at least the look of the lucha libre through pop culture references; think Jack.

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The History of Lucha Libre, or mexican professional wrestling, is intertwined with the history of Mexico, mass media, and entertainment in general. Its following, both in Mexico and other countries, has made it the most popular sport after soccer in a country of million people, and an integral part of pop culture. Lucha libre is the term used in Mexico for professional wrestling. Since its introduction to the country in the early 20th century, it has developed into a unique form of the genre, characterized by colorful masks, rapid sequences of holds and maneuvers, as well as "high-flying" maneuvers, some of which have been adopted in. 7 Nov Mexican wrestling, otherwise known as the lucha libre, is a highly traditional form of light entertainment masquerading as a 'sport' and bedecked in inhuman quantities of spandex and sequins. You'll probably be familiar with at least the look of the lucha libre through pop culture references; think Jack.