US wrestler Sam Adonis, supporter of US President Donald Trump, holds a flag of him as he prepares to go up the ring at the Arena Mexico in Mexico City on March 5, 2017. / AFP / YURI CORTEZ
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Deafening boos erupt as Sam Adonis strides to the ring, a mocking smile on his face – and in his hand, a U.S. flag emblazoned with a portrait of Donald Trump.The very presence of a smirking "gringo" in the ring at this hallowed venue is a provocation – let alone one who praises Mexico's national hate figure, Trump.For Adonis, provocation – along with falling over and pretending to beat up huge men in tights – is a full-time job.Adonis is the son of a U.S. wrestling promoter and younger brother of an American former star wrestler."Chicken! Out!" yells the crowd as Adonis bashes a prostrate opponent with his American flagpole.Adonis welcomes the abuse.
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