Mexican lucha libre wrestler Cadete reacts after being punched by a rival in a wrestling exhibition match during the sixth annual Lucha Libre: the Experience expo in Mexico City
Mexican lucha libre wrestler Cadete reacts after being punched by a rival in a wrestling exhibition match during the sixth annual Lucha Libre: the Experience expo in Mexico City August 19, 2012. Lucha Libre is characterized by the colourful masks and costumes of its fighters, and for the acrobatic stunts they often perform during their matches. Fighters are traditionally divided into two categories, rudos and tecnicos. Rudos, or tough guys, are known for breaking the rules of the matches and also for their spectacular acrobatics and moves. Tecnicos, or technicians, are known to adopt a more formal wrestling style similar to Greco-Roman wrestling. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: SPORT SOCIETY ENTERTAINMENT)
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