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A real world location filled with brown people.

Description[edit | edit source]

A legendary land for wrestling as being the home to the Mexican Luchadores, beings able to wrestle while sawdusted to all hell and still keep going for more without a single fuck given. Some say they employ magic for this but they are just mexican. Warriors from all over the world go to fight each other through Lucha Libre to master their fighting style or their powers. Wrestlers that have participated in any show may may have once participated in a few Luchador matches at some point while getting their career started at underground mudshows, this includes some renown exemplars like Ryan Rave, The Lock, and Ghost.

In the occult world, Mexico is known as the Capital of Magicks, owing it to the land being said to have great mystical potential as well as its people (although not close to the extent Japan is), and its secret Great Library blessed with scholars studying the arcane. For centuries it has been renown the potency of Mexican Magecraft, although this is often ignored and looked down upon by the mages of the civilized world.

Among the artifacts found in the land, some include:

History[edit | edit source]

Some believe that it the strangeness comes from it being the "Land of the Gods" before or during Mayan/Aztecan ages, and that it's such a grand shithole even gods left their curses just lying around, remaining to this day.

Legends tell that the Laws of Wrestling were written in a collaboration with Russian mages, but this might be no more than a legend.

Long ago, a powerful demon known as Belberith was sealed in the Unholy Belt by the Luchador said to have defeated it. Maddened at his defeat, the demon offered his strength to any who would free him. To stop anyone from liberating the demon, it was divided in several belts, which now reside in Britannia.

It is known Peleador Ushiromiya, Battler's cousin, was sent to Mexico by Ushiromiya Kinzo to become adept in Mexican magecraft, as Kinzo himself was a huge fan of magic but his position made it impossible to visit it. However, much to Kinzo's disappointment, Peleador was more focused on learning Luchador moves.

TFR/Season 2[edit | edit source]

During HUNK's travels as a mercenary, he would fight Peleador and win.

TFR/Season 4[edit | edit source]

Drake Bell escapes to Mexico to run away from his debt, but the overwhelming stress breaks his mind and makes him believe he's the Drake Bell from the show, and shortly after returns to TFR speaking mostly spanish.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

In their travels searching for That Man, Maximillion Pegasus and Kaiba Seto visit that land, where they are almost lynched when accidentally stepping into a crossover event with The Illegal Rumble and challenged by La Parka, but the bell rings through the country for the new Dragonball BB episode and they leave.