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Lucha Libre wrestlers perform for free in Mexico's poorest neighborhoods

The Caravan Super Tarin traveling wrestling show brings Mexico's Lucha Libre wrestling to the capital's poorest neighborhoods, orphanages and prisons, giving free performances to those who don't have the money to buy a $22 ticket to see a professional wrestling event at one of Mexico City's big arenas.

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Mexican Lucha Libre wrestlers, El Dolar and Dement Extreme perform during a Caravan Super Tarin traveling wrestling show on the outskirts of Mexico City.

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Fans squeeze between two walls to watch a Caravan Super Tarin traveling wrestling show on the outskirts of Mexico City.

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Mexican Lucha Libre wrestling masks are attached with clothespins to a wire, on display for sale in a school yard during a wrestling show in Mexico City.

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Mexican Lucha Libre wrestlers Brazo de Plata Junior, left, and Shadow perform outside the ring in a poor downtown neighborhood in Mexico City.

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Mexican Lucha Libre wrestler Mixteco Jr., hugs an elderly woman during a Caravan Super Tarin traveling wrestling show on the outskirts of Mexico City.

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