Things tend to get little crazier in Mexico: the partying's dangerously hard, you're almost guaranteed to get a tattoo, and the kidnappings are so well orchestrated, even Mel Gibson couldn't figure them out if you were standing there peeing down your own leg. Proving the same goes for the wrestling (and burlesque): Lucha Va Voom
Billed as a combination of "sexo y violencia" (sex and violencia) and making its first stop in Philly, LVV's a mash-up of brawn and boobs, featuring blaring music-/pyrotechnics-backed lucha libre fights interspersed with comedy and sassy burlesque shows, as opposed to American wrestling interspersed with Mt. Dew commercials and domestic violence. The four matches (skilled, costumed fighters using high-flying acrobatics along with ground moves to administer whoopins) feature The Crazy Chickens (costumed in beaks and feathers), the appropriately-costumed Dirty Sanchez, Magno, Saber Cat, the Lilliputian Mini Chupacabritas & Li'l Chicken, and Super Parka, which you totally need in that Fortress of Solitude, that place is cold! Adding some tasslin' to the wrasslin': between-fight burlesque acts serving up flamboyant strip teases along with the high-flying circus-trained trapeze-ing Wau Wau Sisters and the hula-hooping Karis, whose skill with the hoop is surpassed only by the ability to fashionably disrobe, which can also be said for Margaret Thatcher, no matter how many times Wikipedia pulls the edit
Tying the whole thing together is host and apparent comedian Blaine Capatch, previously of MadTV and...ok, that's about it...who announces the dancers and warms up the crowd, just like you do with your leg every time Gary Sinise wanders into your life these days.