There are certain things Mexico makes that're just better than the US, like Coca-Cola with real sugar, and donkey shows, unless of course you've hit the Puyallup Fairgrounds to further research a livestock investment. Proving wrestling's better in Mexico too: Lucha VaVOOM.
Coming to Seatown for the first time, LA based LVV combines brawn and boobs via pyrotechnic backed one fall Mexican wrestling matches (Lucha) interspersed with hilariously racy burlesque (Va Voom), resulting in a non-stop two-hour extravaganza for people "who like a little sexo with (their) violencia", an awesome phrase unless its coming from your grandparents. The top-turnbuckle awesome includes a bout between the 275lb purple robed/booted Chocolate Caliente and the cheestastic WWE alum Joey Ryan, plus tag- team-style action involving the super-hairy upper lipped/crotched Dirty Sanchez; hot-pants wearing fireman El Bombero; and mini-wrestlers like the bright yellow winged/beaked Lil' Chicken, whose only responds to the question of why he crossed the road with "YEAHHH" and "WHAT?!?". Meanwhile, the va voom's provided by the burlesque stylings of L.A. showstoppers Ursulina, hula-hoop hottie Karis, and shimmying sensation/Coachella videographer Lux LaCroix; plus a performance from the PDX's own "Queen of the Tassle Twirl" Lucy Fur, whose attendance should be a relief, because those who're truly damned make up the "Under Whirled".
Because ears need entertainment too, the whole thing's subject to Mystery Science Theater 3000 wittiness by a selection of regular hosts, and guest comedians like Jack Black who, after sitting in on a show, proclaimed Lucha "the sh*t!", also the final determinant of exactly which donkeys going to be your real sugar.