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Photos: Lucha VaVoom’s Summer Lovin’ at The Mayan Theater

[dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]he wrestlers pulled out all the stops last Thursday night at the Mayan Theater for Lucha VaVoom's Summer Lovin' night. Event photographer Erwin Recinos was on assignment covering this event.

The night featured a “Battle for the Belt” match with L.A. local and current champ Li’l Cholo defending his title in a fatal 4-way match, plus a special guest performance from non-gender binary performance artist Violet Chachki, winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race season seven.

Death defying aerial pole artist Leigh Acosta starts the show off.

Heather Monroe celebrating their victory with Joey Ryan. It was an interesting match to say the least.

The dream team tag team of Lucha VaVOOM, the Crazy Chickens

Jaguar Rojo made his entrance to ring to wrestle the Crazy Chickens.

Before the ringing of the bell for the match to begin, Jaguar Rojo & Chupacabra attack the Crazy Chickens. Behind the scenes is another environment that the public rarely sees.

Comedian and actor Felipe Esparza made an appearance at Lucha VaVOOM.

"Battle for the Belt", a four way match between (from left to right) Li'l Cholo, Mariachi Loco, Dama Fina and Chocolatay Caliente.

Dama Fina was victorious in the four way match. Congratulations, Dama!

All the players together in a room before the last match and final performances. Lucha VaVOOM performer Michelle L'Amour takes the stage to perform a new act.

Special guest burlesque performer Violet Chachki with the final performance of the night.

The next upcoming show is Lucha VaVOOM’s Halloween Spectacular!, October 24-25. Tickets are on sale now, visit their website to get more details.

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