A terrorist organisation blackmails a big oil corporation into paying
them ransom for each barrel of petrol produced - which is why big oil
turns to masked wrestler Santo and promises him to pay an amount to
charity for each barrel produced if only he takes down the terrorists.
Santo travels to Puerto Rico, where he and his voluptous girlfriend Marta
(Rossy Mendoza) have no problems attracting the baddies. They also soon
find out they are using robots impersonating imprisoned criminals. So
Santo (who has a wide array of facial masks in this one) dresses up as
priest to infiltrate a prison, takes out quite a few robots and then blows
up the prison, while at the same time the first instalment of the ransom
money blows up into the baddies' faces.
Case solved? Well, not so fast,
because the brains behind the terrorist organisation hasn't been found out
yet - but he isn't really good at keeping a low profile, instead reveals
himself as Enrique (Carlos Suárez), one of the big oil company's own
boardmembers, and fiancé of the owner's daughter Vanessa (Gilda Haddock),
and it's not long before he takes Vanessa hostage, but makes the mistake
of taking her to his own yacht which is of course easy for Santo to track
down, and ultimately Santo just beats all the baddies, both human and
robot, to a pulp to save the day.
This is really a rather
sloppily put together Santo flick that features very careless editing,
scenes so under-lit they are hard to decipher, and wrestling matches that
are thrown into the film with little narrative rhyme or reason. On the
plus side of course, you've got Santo as a master of disguise, Santo's
busty girlfriend who can hold her own, and some silly-looking robotic
innards - so it's at least childish fun, if on a technical (and probably
also budgetary) level not one of Santo's better films.