Bringing Lucha Libre stateside

Luchadors and Lucha Libre may be wildly successful south of the border, but the industry has yet to achieve much mainstream success in the U.S. - something Lucha Libre is hoping to fix.

Putting the services of Starlight Runner Entertainment in a headlock, luchadors are hoping that the same company that helped reboot Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Transformers can work the same magic for the machismo of the mysterious masked men.

Read more over at Company Town.

Photos: David McNew / Getty Images, Francine Orr/ Los Angeles Times

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