Does Mexico have wrestling?

Yes, Mexico is home to the popular sport of Lucha Libre, or professional wrestling. Lucha libre originated in Mexico in the early 1900s and has since become a beloved pastime and cultural phenomenon. Lucha libre matches are known for their over-the-top theatrics, colorful costumes, and high-flying acrobatics, making them an exciting and unique spectacle to behold.

Lucha libre is a major part of Mexican popular culture, and there are many opportunities to watch live matches while in the country. Lucha libre matches are held at various venues throughout Mexico, including arenas such as Arena México and Coliseo 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.

Attending a lucha libre match in Mexico is a unique and exciting experience that should not be missed. With a little planning, you can easily add this cultural spectacle to your itinerary and have a memorable time in the country.

If you’re considering attending and not to worry about anything, in Lucha Mexico Experience, we offer a 4 hours guided experience around Lucha Libre in Mexico City.

Our main service includes tickets in ringside for Arenas Mexico and Coliseo, a couple of tacos, one beer, free lucha libre mask and a local guide who will provide you with history, context, rules and grounds before getting to the venue. Check our availability.

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