Lucha Libre Mazatlan on February 8 at the “Live Show” wrestling function

Professional Wrestlers pepper the next Wrestling Show “Show En Vivo”, which will be on February 8 in Mazatlan.

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Mazatlan, Sin.- With the presence of the pure cream of wrestling both national and foreign, at the Gran Plaza facilities, the event was made official on Friday, February 8 at 8:45 p.m. Center for Multiple Uses -CUM-, where the Triple A stellar caravan will come, with an event recorded for television for the first time in the history of Mazatlan.

Enthusiast Arturo Rivera made the official presentation of the event with great enthusiasm, where Puerto Rican Vanilla Vargas, La Parka, Blue Demon Jr. and Son of the Phantom were.

Precisely Blue Demon commented that this land brings him good memories for what he is motivated after returning after several years of absence:

I come to fight, this is Lucha Libre and I am very happy because many years ago I believe that Mazatlan was one of my first places where I started and being here in February is an honor for me”.

He commented on the great effort he has made, the company Show en Vivo together with the sponsors, to invest the necessary and bring this great event.

Starting today starts the pre-sale with tickets from 95 pesos, it is expected that from January 2 will come to light the full poster of the function.

The fighters were very happy to be part of this historic function in Mazatlan that has been a venue full of success in the recent past.

Local promoter Felipe Silva, along with coordinator Vicente Martínez, join forces to bring the most select fighters to South Sinaloa. It will be the first time that the CUM receives an event of these necessities.

 

The Puerto Rican Vanilla Vargas, The Parka, Blue Demon Jr., and Son of the Phantom, signed autographs to the noble fans and also took the photo of the memory, person and group.

Before that there was no lack of clinging to words in the press conference, especially El Hijo del Fantasma with La Parka, provoking the hubbub of the fans.