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With its masks, its characters, and the way it is perceived, lucha libre is an essential part of the Mexican culture.This piece chronicles the culture of the Luchadoras and the essential aspects of the sport such as the iconic accessories, the good vs. evil aspect, and the dedicated fans.
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