Who hasn’t seen at least a few episodes of Dragon ball Franchise? The multi-pronged series with the same Goku in the same (which must be smelly by now) Gi has over a thousand episodes with one and a half epic battles. And if you live in Mexico, in addition to watching all of these episodes, you’ve probably watched them from the crowd like these cartoons were fighting in the heavyweight division of the world championship.
Mexico has that third largest fan base to the Dragon ballwhere the series has aired on public channels since the 1990s, outperforming both Japan and the US. And it’s not hard to see why when you ask what these three countries have in common. (Aside from losing wars against America). They all share a culture obsessed with wrestling, a love of eccentric characters who talk to each other for hours before, during, and after an over the top fight. But Mexico doesn’t just enjoy the Luchador atmosphere of DB;; it returns that Lucha loves libre by turning episodes into massive public fight nights with her own fancy fight posters.