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Jasinto Ramirez, a wrestling fan to the bone, brings this retablo to Saint Pancras thanking him because he met in person El Santo and Blue Demon at the Constantino cinema’s arena in Puebla.

1953

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When I put this mask on I decided I’d never fight without her. I knew that in my career it’d be my life, my soul and my body, my good and my bad, my beginning and my end. All my life would become blue. And no one, not even my best friend would find out who I am and who is Blue Demon.

1948, Mexico

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Jasinto Gonzalez offers this retablo to the Holy Child of Atocha because Blue Demon won the fight, so Jasinto got a lot of dough from the bet.

Puebla, 1958

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I thank the Virgin of Guadalupe because my shoulder, which they hurt me in Tijuana, got better.

Blue Demon

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Thank you, Virgin of Guadalupe, for healing my knee that I injured in a fight.

Blue Demon, 12–XII–65

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14-years old Juanito Cruz thanks the Virgin because the Blue Demon didn’t surrender and defeated the Death. He gave me a wheelchair that he had promised because my legs are hurt and I can’t walk. Look after him, Virgin. He’s my idol and a very good man.

Mexico City, 1990

I thank the Virgin of Guadalupe because my idol El Santo won an important fight against Blue Demon.

Sandro Moro

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April 1976, in the city of Monterrey The Pharaoh was fighting against Blue Demon and almost semi-fainted. He entrusted himself to the Lord of Anxieties. When the rival was about to rip The Pharaoh’s mask away, the light in the coliseum went off. And that saved The Pharaoh’s career. In sign of his gratitude he dedicated this retablo.

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