What time is Lucha Libre?

If you’re a fan of lucha libre, or professional wrestling, you may be wondering what time lucha libre matches typically take place. The answer to this question can vary depending on the specific event and location, as well as the schedule for the night.

In general, lucha libre events are held in the evenings, with matches typically starting around 7:30 to 8:30 PM. This allows fans to attend the event after work or school, and ensures that there is plenty of time for multiple matches and other entertainment.

Of course, the exact start time for a lucha libre event can vary depending on the location and the specific promotion. Some events may start earlier in the evening, while others may begin later at night. Additionally, the start time may also be affected by factors such as television schedules or pre-show activities.

In CMLL Promotion that hosts events in Arena Mexico and Arena Coliseo, these are the times of start for their events:

  1. Tuesdays of Arena Mexico – 19:30 pm
  2. Spectacular Fridays of Arena Mexico – 20:30 pm
  3. Retro Saturday of Arena Coliseo – 19:30 pm
  4. Family Sundays of Arena Mexico – 17:00 pm

Overall, lucha libre matches are typically held in the evenings, with start times ranging from around 7:30 or 8:30 PM. If you’re planning on attending a lucha libre event, be sure to check the schedule in advance to get an idea of the exact start time. Whether you’re a die-hard fan or just curious about this exciting and thrilling sport, you’re sure to have a great time at a lucha libre match!

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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