Everyday Luchador

What’s a “luchador”? Here’s a definition off of Wikipedia…

Lucha libre (Spanish for “free fight”) is a term used in Mexico and other Spanish-speaking areas to refer to a certain form of professional wrestling involving varied techniques and moves. Outside of these areas, the term is synonymous with the professional wrestling performed in Mexico and other Latin American countries.

Mexican wrestling is characterized by rapid sequences of holds and moves, as well as spectacular high-flying moves, many of which have been adopted in the United States, and colorful masks. Lucha libre performers are known as luchadores (singular luchador).

Now, watch what happens when this everyday luchador’s roomie — whose name happens to be “Jesus” — comes back after break and wakes up luchador from his nap time…

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  1. Fancasting

    Hey, there is an upcoming Lucha Libre event in Orange County, CA happening from July 15-17 (http://www.ticketmaster.com/artist/1214737).

    I work for a production company that will be there filming an episode for our new ‘ultimate fan search’ show and I am looking for Latino Lucha Libre fans to compete. There will be cool prizes like VIP tickets and a meet and greet with your favorite luchador.

    If you are interested or have any questions, email me at fancasting@gmail.com. (if you email us during business hours, I guarantee we will respond to you within an hour)

    Don’t hesitate! Spots are limited and I can only pick people based off of a first come first serve basis. Thanks!

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