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  • Adele Burghall

    PAST - Lucha Libre Masks A popular part of a Mexican wrestler’s persona is his or her mascara, or lucha libre mask.  The masks play an important part of the storyline, and can also provide some anonymity in a country enthralled by the sport of Mexican wrestling. ( Lucha, M, 2009)

  • Sasha Mahar

    Santo, Blue Demon, El Rayo

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