Difference between revisions of "Distrito Federal Box Y Lucha Commission"

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The commissions are technically responsible to make sure all luchadors and referees are qualified and licensed to be ring, that the promoters are operating properly and that championships matches are within the rules set down (including participants making weight.) In recent years, they've been reduced to collecting a fee from promoters from running the show, collecting a fee for licensing, and being a prop for storylines.
 
The commissions are technically responsible to make sure all luchadors and referees are qualified and licensed to be ring, that the promoters are operating properly and that championships matches are within the rules set down (including participants making weight.) In recent years, they've been reduced to collecting a fee from promoters from running the show, collecting a fee for licensing, and being a prop for storylines.
  
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The Mexico City commission is the specific governing body of the Mexican national championships. Those titles include:
 
The Mexico City commission is the specific governing body of the Mexican national championships. Those titles include:
  
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* [[Mexican National Women's Tag Team Championship]]
 
* [[Mexican National Women's Tag Team Championship]]
  
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The Distrito Federal Box Y Lucha commission also governs the local state championships:
 
The Distrito Federal Box Y Lucha commission also governs the local state championships:
  

Revision as of 08:15, 8 October 2010

The Distrito Federal Box Y Lucha Commission is the leading regulating group of lucha libre in the country. Each state has it's own commission, and each is able to run it's area as it wants under the national rules, but the Mexico City commission covers the most amount of shows, largest populace, and all of the national championships.

As of August 3, 2010, the commission consists of

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The commissions are technically responsible to make sure all luchadors and referees are qualified and licensed to be ring, that the promoters are operating properly and that championships matches are within the rules set down (including participants making weight.) In recent years, they've been reduced to collecting a fee from promoters from running the show, collecting a fee for licensing, and being a prop for storylines.

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The Mexico City commission is the specific governing body of the Mexican national championships. Those titles include:

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The Distrito Federal Box Y Lucha commission also governs the local state championships: