In 1922, Salvador Lutteroth, former lieutenant of the Revolution and today considered the father of wrestling, created the Mexican Wrestling Company, today known as the World Wrestling Council. This company held its first function in September 1933, thus inaugurating the Arena México. This first function included the famous Irish wrestler Ciclón Mckay and Yaqui Joe, presented as the only Mexican world champion wrestler. From this moment on, Mexican wrestling began to develop its own techniques, acrobatics, rules and folklore, gradually gaining great popularity. Jumps outside the ring, floor-level holds, and the use of ropes to propel each other are part of the unique style of Mexican wrestling, styles that have been adopted in other countries. It was in the fifties where the first legends of professional wrestling were born, such as Santo, Blue Demon or Rayo de Jalisco. Their fame gave them the opportunity to enter the national film industry. The case of El Santo stands out, who filmed several films considered today a jewel of popular Mexican cinematography.