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Lucha VaVoom’s VDay Soiree

Editor’s Note: After the show, Rula was last seen piling into a vintage lowrider with dancers and wrestlers, wildly shouting something about driving to Tijuana. Though she has yet to return from her road trip, an anonymous source did provide us with torn pages from her diary, which held some interesting tidbits concerning Valentine’s Day at the Mayan Theater. Rula’s insightful, yet cryptic notes were instrumental in reconstructing a semi-accurate depiction of the evening’s festivities. Among her many entries, Rula mentions “…at 15 years strong, Lucha VaVoom is a one-of-a-kind experience that continues to produce amazing sold-out events, showcasing talented performers, and attracting a loyal fan base.” Though the final diary entry was cut mid-sentence (and doused in a fiery Mexican salsa), we can confirm there were immense feelings of gratitude towards everyone at Lucha VaVoom for an enchanting experience.


Cupid Loves Sexo y Violencia

Looking for a huge helping of love, romance and hot LUCHA action this coming Valentine’s Day? It’s time for another classic installment of Lucha VaVOOM where electrifying Mexican masked wrestling, burlesque and comedy collide… a perfect date night or place to meet that special someone on Feb 14 & 15 at the Mayan Theater in LA.

This year’s festivities will feature battles that include mind-blowing lucha superstars Rey Fénix, Magno “The Man Mountain” Rudo, Dama Fina, sleazy Joey Ryan, Li’l Cholo, Ruby Gardeña, Dirty Sanchez, the Crazy Chickens, and more!! Sharing the stage with these loco wrestlers will be burlesque performers and other dance superstars such as Michelle L’Amour, Erica Snap, Brynn Broute and Kate Winwegan. Comedy hosts include Blaine Capatch, Jeff Davis and special guest commentator Ron Funches (Curb Your Enthusiasm, Black•ish, New Girl, and Undateable).

For 15 years, Lucha VaVOOM has been delivering a wild mix of Mexican masked wrestling, burlesque and comedy. Founded in Los Angeles in 2002 by Rita D’Albert and Liz Fairbairn, Lucha VaVOOM is good vs. evil played out in quick, exhibition-style Lucha Libre matches where masked heroic wrestlers flip, fly and amaze. It all comes together to make one surreal spectacle of raucous entertainment that always blends the perfect amount of sexo and violencia.

For more information, follow the link below…