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Blue Demon Blue Demon
Blue Demon
Lucha Libre mask of legendary Blue Demon in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Fishman Fishman
Fishman
Lucha Libre mask of the legendary Fishman in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Dr. Wagner Dr. Wagner
Dr. Wagner
Lucha Libre mask Dr. Wagner in a standard size , carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
El Tiburon El Tiburon
El Tiburon
The Shark! Lucha Libre mask El Tiburon in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Shocker Shocker
Shocker
Lucha Libre mask Shocker in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Ephesto Ephesto
Ephesto
Lucha Libre mask Ephesto in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Dos Caras Pink Dos Caras Pink
Dos Caras Pink
Lucha Libre mask Dos Caras pink in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Dos Caras Turquoise Dos Caras Turquoise
Dos Caras Turquoise
Lucha Libre mask Dos Caras turquoise in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Dos Caras Red Dos Caras Red
Dos Caras Red
Lucha Libre mask Dos Caras red in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Rey Misterio Black Rey Misterio Black
Rey Misterio Black
Lucha Libre mask Rey Misterio black in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Rey Misterio Camouflage Rey Misterio Camouflage
Rey Misterio Camouflage
Lucha Libre mask Rey Misterio Camouflagein a standard size , carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
Rey Misterio Blue Rey Misterio Blue
Rey Misterio Blue
Lucha Libre mask Rey Misterio blue in good standard quality, carefully handcrafted from of a small manufactory in Mexico City
24,27 EUR
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Lucha Libre Masks

Action, trash and excellent entertainment at its highest level – all that makes Lucha Libre Wrestling a must-attend event for us at the beginning of every trip to Mexico. To watch this spectacle, we highly recommend to visit the Arena México, the mighty cathedral of Lucha Libre in the Mexican capital. Take a deep look into the soul of the country, which burns brightly for their number one national sport. The masked Lucha Libre fighters, in Mexico known as Luchadores, are folk heroes, equally adored by the young and the not so young. Big names such as El Santo, Blue Demon and Huracan Ramirez can be meanwhile considered as national cultural assets, celebrated as real icons, whose Lucha Libre masks are familiar to every single child. 

The story of the Lucha Libre mask

Lucha Libre masks are used in Mexican wrestling since the mid-30s. In search of marketing ideas for a show event like Wrestling in his home country, the Mexican businessman Salvador Lutteroth picked up the concept of hiding the faces of some fighters behind colourful masks, which has been already practiced in the USA and elsewhere. The Lucha Libre pioneer Lutteroth even went one step further and masked almost all of his wrestlers, creating fictitious villains and superhero identities. Doing this, he added some “good versus evil” drama to the wrestling action in the ring. This was the birth of the Lucha Libre mask and soon the Mexican masked version of the popular american wrestling sport had its first superstar: El Santo, the Saint. Compared to many contemporary versions of the mask, this first world-famous Mexican wrestling mask had a rather simple silvery design, where only the mouth and eye area had been accentuated with subtle applications.

Keeping his identity a total secret and having Rodolfo Guzman Huerta alias El Santo wearing his Lucha Libre mask even outside the ring at all times, created even more mystery around his character. Incidentally, this strategy is still pursued by many Luchadores today! But while almost every Mexican Lucha Libre wrestler will be unmasked at some point in his career, El Santo never had to reveal the face under his Mexican wrestling mask due to a lost wrestling match. After his superstar status in the Lucha Libre ring in the 60ies, he started a quite successful movie career, where he saved the Mexican people from all kinds of misfortune in countless trashy celluloid stripes. Even after he retired from the business, he was never seen without his silver Lucha Libre mask in public.

It was just shortly before his death, when Rodolfo Guzman Huerta shocked his loyal fans by unmasking himself in a 1984 television show, completely unexpected and without any prior warning. He was buried shortly afterwards, needless to say wearing his famous Mexican wrestling mask, and accompanied by more than ten thousand people, leaving the entire country in national mourning.

Superskulls Mexican Wrestling Mask

Since the Golden Age of El Santo, the variety of colours and shapes of Mexican Lucha Libre masks has sky-rocketed. Being very passionate Lucha Libre aficionados, we are always looking for crazy and new creations. And so we add every now and then some fancy mexican Wrestling masks from rookies in the ring to our steady product range of well-tailored Lucha Libre masks of the great heroes of past decades.

Our Lucha Libre masks come from a traditional manufactory in Mexico City, where they are handcrafted with the experience of three generations. The mexican wrestling masks offered here are tailored in a standard size, where one size fits almost all. In case the Lucha Libre mask is a little too big, you can adjust the fit of the mask by tightening the lacing on the back side.

If you consider yourself a connoisseur: our Lucha Libre masks are not the ordinary tourist junk from the streets, but Mexican wrestling masks of good standard quality. They stand out from the cheap asian copies that are offered in several carnival shops by their perfect fit and of course the crucial portion of authenticity. 

Viva México, Viva la Lucha Libre!

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Lucha Libre Masks

Action, trash and excellent entertainment at its highest level – all that makes Lucha Libre Wrestling a must-attend event for us at the beginning of every trip to Mexico. To watch this spectacle, we highly recommend to visit the Arena México, the mighty cathedral of Lucha Libre in the Mexican capital. Take a deep look into the soul of the country, which burns brightly for their number one national sport. The masked Lucha Libre fighters, in Mexico known as Luchadores, are folk heroes, equally adored by the young and the not so young. Big names such as El Santo, Blue Demon and Huracan Ramirez can be meanwhile considered as national cultural assets, celebrated as real icons, whose Lucha Libre masks are familiar to every single child. 

The story of the Lucha Libre mask

Lucha Libre masks are used in Mexican wrestling since the mid-30s. In search of marketing ideas for a show event like Wrestling in his home country, the Mexican businessman Salvador Lutteroth picked up the concept of hiding the faces of some fighters behind colourful masks, which has been already practiced in the USA and elsewhere. The Lucha Libre pioneer Lutteroth even went one step further and masked almost all of his wrestlers, creating fictitious villains and superhero identities. Doing this, he added some “good versus evil” drama to the wrestling action in the ring. This was the birth of the Lucha Libre mask and soon the Mexican masked version of the popular american wrestling sport had its first superstar: El Santo, the Saint. Compared to many contemporary versions of the mask, this first world-famous Mexican wrestling mask had a rather simple silvery design, where only the mouth and eye area had been accentuated with subtle applications.

Keeping his identity a total secret and having Rodolfo Guzman Huerta alias El Santo wearing his Lucha Libre mask even outside the ring at all times, created even more mystery around his character. Incidentally, this strategy is still pursued by many Luchadores today! But while almost every Mexican Lucha Libre wrestler will be unmasked at some point in his career, El Santo never had to reveal the face under his Mexican wrestling mask due to a lost wrestling match. After his superstar status in the Lucha Libre ring in the 60ies, he started a quite successful movie career, where he saved the Mexican people from all kinds of misfortune in countless trashy celluloid stripes. Even after he retired from the business, he was never seen without his silver Lucha Libre mask in public.

It was just shortly before his death, when Rodolfo Guzman Huerta shocked his loyal fans by unmasking himself in a 1984 television show, completely unexpected and without any prior warning. He was buried shortly afterwards, needless to say wearing his famous Mexican wrestling mask, and accompanied by more than ten thousand people, leaving the entire country in national mourning.

Superskulls Mexican Wrestling Mask

Since the Golden Age of El Santo, the variety of colours and shapes of Mexican Lucha Libre masks has sky-rocketed. Being very passionate Lucha Libre aficionados, we are always looking for crazy and new creations. And so we add every now and then some fancy mexican Wrestling masks from rookies in the ring to our steady product range of well-tailored Lucha Libre masks of the great heroes of past decades.

Our Lucha Libre masks come from a traditional manufactory in Mexico City, where they are handcrafted with the experience of three generations. The mexican wrestling masks offered here are tailored in a standard size, where one size fits almost all. In case the Lucha Libre mask is a little too big, you can adjust the fit of the mask by tightening the lacing on the back side.

If you consider yourself a connoisseur: our Lucha Libre masks are not the ordinary tourist junk from the streets, but Mexican wrestling masks of good standard quality. They stand out from the cheap asian copies that are offered in several carnival shops by their perfect fit and of course the crucial portion of authenticity. 

Viva México, Viva la Lucha Libre!