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There have been many fictional depictions of wrestling; the largest professional wrestling company worldwide is the United States-based WWE, which bought out many smaller regional companies in the late 20th century, as well as its primary US competitors World Championship Wrestling and Extreme Championship Wrestling in early Other prominent professional wrestling companies worldwide include the US-based Impact Wrestling known as Total Nonstop Action Wrestling , Ring of Honor ; when talking about professional wrestling, there are two levels: the "in-show" happenings that are presented through the shows, happenings which are outside the scope of performance but have implications on the performance, such as performer contracts, legitimate injuries, etc.
Because actual events are co-opted by writers for incorporation into storylines for the performers, the lines are blurred and become confused. Special care must be taken; the actions of the character should be considered fictional events, wholly separate from the life of the performer. This is similar to other entertainers; some wrestlers would incorporate elements of their real-life personalities into their characters if they and their in-ring persona have different names.
Historians are unsure at what point wrestling changed from competitive catch wrestling into worked entertainment; those who participated felt that maintenance of a constant and complete illusion for all who were not involved was necessary to keep audience interest. For decades, wrestlers lived their public lives; the pra.
It featured seven matches. Wrestlers were portrayed as either heels or faces as they followed a series of tension-building events, which culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches. The promotion is referred to by its previous name Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre.
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Founded in , it is the oldest professional wrestling promotion still in existence. CMLL has been nicknamed "The serious and the stable", referencing their conservative booking style and their traditional structure to how wrestlers are used and allowed to express themselves. Outside live television broadcasts, CMLL has not shown, they have a few steel cage matches and on occasion have Super Libre matches where there are no disqualifications, but otherwise do not promote any variety of matches that would be considered hardcore wrestling, nor match types such as Ladder matches.
CMLL has on occasion fired wrestlers for excessive violence, like the use of chairs, during a match or for using profanity while addressing the crowd during a show. CMLL recognizes and promotes twelve "World Championships" for various weight divisions and classifications, six national level and six regional level championships. Founder Salvador Lutteroth funded the building of Arena Coliseo in , making it the first building in Mexico built for professional wrestling.
Prior to , lucha libre shows in Mexico were promoted by foreign promoters doing the occasional match through Mexico or a few scattered local promoters along the U. During a trip to El Paso, Texas Lutteroth witnessed a professional wrestling show and was intrigued by the show and the main event Greek wrestler Gus Pappas. Four years Lutteroth, along with his financial backer Francisco Ahumada chartered Empresa Mexicana de Lucha Libre, the first Mexican owned wrestling promotion in the country.
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EMLL held their first shown on September 21, , considered the "birth of Lucha libre" and led to Lutteroth being known as "the father of Lucha Libre ". EMLL tried to book Arena Nacional, the premier boxing venue in Mexico City but the promoters would not let him rent it, forcing Lutteroth and EMLL to take up residence in Arena Modelo , an abandoned and run down facility that Lutteroth was able to use as his home base; the concept of Lucha Libre became popular, so much so that the EMLL 1st Anniversary Show drew a sell out crowd of 5, paying fans.
Through the use of the masks and ring characters EMLL helped create the sacred position of the mask in Lucha libre, making it the ultimate status symbol for luchadors.
In order to expand their business EMLL began working with a number of local wrestling promoters across Mexico, allowing them to use the EMLL name and some of their contracted wrestlers while gaining access to local wrestlers in return; each booking office was independent of each other but the main office in Mexico City had the final say if there were disputes over who would be able to book certain wrestlers.
In , a masked wrestler clad in silver known as El Santo , a man who go on to become a cultural icon in Mexico and is cited as the greatest Mexican wrestler of all time. To solve the problem Lutteroth financed the construction of Arena Coliseo in Mexico City, the first arena in Mexico built for professional wrestling and the first sports building in Mexico to have built in air conditioning.
The arena, nicknamed the "Lagunilla Funnel " due to its interior shape would hold over 8, spectators when configured for Lucha libre or boxing. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Psycho Clown Psycho Clown in March Main article: Los Psycho Circus. Main article: Alvarado wrestling family. See also: Luchas de Apuestas. Hairs match. Retrieved October 12, Retrieved June 2, Slam Wrestling! Retrieved July 31, HarperColins Publisher.
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Elite; la sorpresa fue Puma King" in Spanish. Monster Clown's real name is not a matter of public record, as is often the case with masked wrestlers in Mexico where their private lives are kept a secret from the wrestling fans. In the summer of he was forced to change his ring name from Zombie Clown to Monster Clown due to copyright problems.
The wrestler who would later be known as Monster Clown began his professional wrestling career in as the enmascarado masked wrestler "Highlander" working primarily in and around the Tijuana , Baja California area. The "Aliens" character was that of an actual alien from space who had come to earth to wrestle. He was even given a mascota a Mini-Estrella companion called "Mungo". The odd duo joined up with Madrox and Kriptor to form the group "Los Alienigenas" and worked a feud with the colorful duo of El Alebrije and Cuije. Los Psycho Circus developed a rivalry with The Dark Family, teaming with Chessman to even the sides between the two teams.
Wagner, Jr. The match ended with Psycho Clown escaping the cage, leaving X-Fly inside and forcing him to have his hair shaved off. Hairs steel cage match to take their hairs. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For the archetype villain, see Evil Clown. Main article: Los Psycho Circus. See also: Luchas de Apuestas. Hairs match. Retrieved June 22, Retrieved June 2, HarperColins Publisher. Retrieved October 12, Super Luchas in Spanish. Retrieved June 20, June 6, AAA official website.
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