Lucha Libre

Where can I watch Mexican wrestling in Mexico?

Mexico is home to the popular sport of Lucha Libre, or professional wrestling, and there are many opportunities to watch live matches while in the country. Here are a few tips for finding and enjoying a lucha libre match in Mexico: Find a venue: Lucha libre matches are held at various venues throughout Mexico, including arenas such as Arena México in Mexico City and Arena Coliseo de Occidente in Guadalajara. You can check the schedules for these and other venues to find a match that fits your schedule. Buy tickets: Once you’ve found a match you’d like to see, you

Arena Coliseo from the top

Lucha Libre in Arena Coliseo

Arena Coliseo also known as The Lagunilla Funnel, it’s a Lucha Libre venue with a capacity of 5,500 persons founded in 1943. It’s located in Calle de Perú 77 in the neighborhood of La Lagunilla, a few steps away from Centro Histórico (Historic Downtown). This is the second venue in importance in Mexico City just after Arena Mexico. Both venues, Arena Mexico and Coliseo are owned by Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (Worldwide Wrestling Council), the top company of mexican wrestling in our country.   Compared to Arena Mexico this venue has no technology at all. This is the place where mexicans like to attend

Taco al pastor in Taqueria El Caifan
Food and drinks

Taquería El Caifán: tacos and beers before the show

So, when I was thinking about all the route on the experience, decided that we need to teak a break, have a seat and start chatting about the basics of Lucha Libre while tasting a great taco and may be having a beer. The perfect spot for that is Taquería El Caifán in the corner of Juárez avenue and Balderas street. Just in front of the Hidalgo Station Line 3 of Metrobus System. I love this place because they have real great Tacos al Pastor, the most popular taco in Mexico City. Also they have english menus and some service

Palacio de Bellas Artes in Mexico City

Palacio de Bellas Artes: the meeting spot

Palacio de Bellas Artes (Fine Arts Palace)  is a cultural venue located in the Historic Downtown of Mexico City. Is considered the most important venue in the manifestation of the arts in the country and one of the most renowned opera houses in the world. It has been witness of shocking artistic, social and political events. Former president Porfirio Díaz ordered the construction in 1910 in order to celebrate 100 years of Mexico’s independence of 1810. But it was inaugurated until november 29, 1934. One year and two months after the inauguration of the Mexican Company of Lucha Libre. But we