Mexican wrestling fans demand blood in extreme 'Lucha Libre'

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It is almost nine o'clock at night and fans are anxious in Mexico's Neza Arena, an old and dingy building in one of the most crime-ridden suburbs of Mexico City.

We already have too much violence in this country," said Crazy Boy, head of a company that used to be called Total Ultra-Violent Disaster, or DTU in Spanish, the old name a reference to Mexico's brutal drug violence.

"People come here to enjoy themselves, enjoy what they see, and they're always asking for something more," added Crazy Boy, who declined to give his real name because he said keeping separate identities is key to preserving the sport's allure.

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