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Plus other countries in Central & South America. Topics on Puerto Rico should be posted under "U.S. & Canada Regional Territories".
I'm wondering myself. I'm always interested in wrestling history of any country, especially the country like Mexico where wrestling has been very popular.
[QUOTE=BadNews]some really neat mexico discussions would be great, but i think none of this crowd knows too much about it.[/QUOTE]
That's my case, I don't follow lucha libre too much.
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i dont know much about lucha, in fact i never saw an actual lucha match only luchadors in the us and japan. but i'd really like to learn more about it can anyone recommend any lucha links? (something wit the quality and completeness of this site would be appreciated)
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[QUOTE=bannabop]I get them on TV..[/QUOTE]
I used to watch them when I was down in mexico.
I can't watch them now where I currently live.
But, I would like to keep up with them via a website or such.
So, does anyone know of any websites?
I try to watch it when ever I get a chance. fast paced-something that takes time getting used to. If I could understand the rules of the tag team matches and the cage matches i would watch them more often. At least when they make matches they stick with the stipulations the loser will get unmasked or have their head shaved!!
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I love Lucha. And have just recently got back from a vistit to Mexico to watch the matches. I also wrestle on some local Lucha show were we bring in talent from Mexico.
The shows in Mexico are awesome. If you are a fan of old time wrestling you would enjoy this. The emotions in the crowd are so intense. It is not uncommon to see female fans crying as they watch the shows!
Some of the talent down there is the best in the world. Rey Bucanero and Ultimo Gurerreo are one of the best tag teams in the world. Then there is guys like Perro Aguayo Jr. who in my opinion is one of the most internationally underrated pieces of talent in the world!
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