Mexican Wrestling shone in Mérida with “Amazonas y Titanes” 


The Centro de Convenciones Yucatán Siglo XXI became the epicenter of the excitement and adrenaline of Mexican Wrestling, with the event “Amazonas y Titanes” that took place on September 3 in the city of Mérida, Yucatán. On this evening, the loss of Octagon took the spotlight. 

In a night full of rivalries and emotions, Octagón, a living legend of Lucha Libre, formed a third party with two other great figures: Máscara Dorada 2.0 and Titán. In their confrontation they met Fuerza Guerrera, who had the support of the Templar and the Son of Villain III as teammates. 

The evening celebrated Octagón’s 20 years in the world of Lucha Libre, but unfortunately, the celebration ended in disgrace for him and his two companions. In a confrontation that kept fans on the edge of their seats, Octagón and his third party lost their masks when they lost to their rivals. 

But not only the titans of men’s Lucha Libre shone at night in Mérida, since the Amazons also made themselves present in the ring. The national champions of couples, Lluvia and Jarochita, joined the Justiciera to face the Chilean figures: Stephanie Vaquer, La Catalina and Gema Andrade. 

“Amazonas y Titanes” once again demonstrated why Mexican Wrestling is one of the most exciting and passionate sports in the country, drawing fans of all ages and corners of the country to Mérida, Yucatán to witness this action-packed night, drama and emotion in the ring. 

  Source: Record