This documentary focused on wrestling in Mexico from AAA, CMLL, LLF, and more. The Netflix and Amazon write up list the Eddie Guerrero is interview, but he is not in this...it was filmed after he died. Several lucahdors are interview from veterans to new comers, as well as several fans.
I had to watch the interview with Villano III twice. His hideoulsy scarred up forehead distacted me from being able to read the subtitles. The general concensus from the veterans is that Lucha Libre is for real, where as the fans and new wrestlers say it is entertainment.
It covers a brief history of Lucha Libre, the importance of the mask, hair matches, the ring girls and more.
Although never interviewd, the DVD features segments on Konnan and Vampiro. Also we travel to Japan and see the Tokyo Dome, although I don't know why.
Near the end of the documentary womens wrestling in mexico is briefly highlighted...we have interviews with Xochitl Hamada, Ariel, Nikki Roxx, and Lufisto.