Lucha Libre wrestlers made a pilgrimage to Mexico City's Basilica of Our Lady Guadalupe on Wednesday to celebrate Mass.
"We came to give thanks for these last 20 years and for all the people that support and follow us. They support us thanks to the Virgin (of Guadalupe), and we'll continue to be here," said Phoenix, a masked wrestler.
Lucha Libre is Spanish for "free fighting" and the fighters arrived at the Basilica to give thanks for their fans and for the 20th anniversary of AAA, one of Mexico's most popular professional wrestling federations.
The sport is popular because of the colourful masks and costumes of its fighters, and for the acrobatic stunts they perform during their matches.