Common Sense Note
Parents need to know this movie contains a lot of comic action ¿ including some training sessions where Ignacio gets splattered by food and attacked by bees -- and some violence in the wrestling ring (body slams, flying leaps, one character gets a corn cob in the eyesocket). Basically, the stuff 11-year-old boys everywhere will love with nothing to alarm the parents. Some of Nacho's opponents are quirky characters, including some feral dwarf wrestlers.
Mild innuendo between Ignacio and Sister Encarnacion ("I was wondering if you would like to join me in my quarters this night¿for some toast.")
A street fight and lots of action in the wrestling ring, including flying leaps, body slams, and "the Anaconda Squeeze" also, some "don't try this at home" stunts involving rocks, arrows, bees, fruit, and a bull. No blood.
The Mexican accent is played for laughs, i.e. "Puppies" is pronounced "poopies".
Lots of butt-jokes, including passing gas, buttcracks, sphincter-flexing, diarrhea, and feces; also, references to stealing, and even though Ignacio is helping the orphans, he goes against the church elders to become a wrestler.
Drugs / Tobacco /