Sunday, August 14, 2011
I figured I'd continue on the theme of my last post, but with a little twist. Although I usually prefer to do the bodyslamming, there are some guys I want to bodyslam me. These guys here fall into this category. The first is Batar from Thunders Arena, and his technique is why I think it would be fun to be slammed by him. You can see examples here and here. He gets a deep, tight crotch hold and lifts you up high. These earn high style points in my book, and it makes for a beatiful bodyslam. The next guy is Zack Vazquez, who wrestles at Thunders Arena, Rock Hard Wrestling, and other productions. There's something about him that intimidates me, not exactly sure what, but it's a good intimidation. If we faced off together, it probably wouldn't be long before he took control and scooped me up for a slam or otk backbreaker. The third guy is Dave Calbrese from No Rules Wrestling. He's earned my respect by being a tough wrestler who can slam just about anyone. He would be fun to wrestle. And finally, there's Austrian wrestling stud Sexy Peter White. There's no doubt he would have my ass flying across the ring.
Saturday, August 13, 2011
There's a little game I like to play sometimes which I'll share with you. Basically, it's whenever I see an athletic guy, I categorize him into whether or not I want to bodyslam him. The guys here all fall into the category of guys I definitely want to bodyslam. First is Aryx Quinn (aka Tristan Baldwin) who wrestles for several Internet groups, most notably BGEast. He's a little bigger than me and more muscular. But dominating a bigger muscular guy is pretty fun, so I would love to get my hands on him and slam his ass. The next guy is the Travis Lee I mentioned in my last post. I'm in a bigger weight class than Travis was, so it should be pretty easy to scoop him up and carry him around before dumping him back onto the mat. And how cool would it be to bodyslam an NCAA champion? The third guy is Jake Jenkins from Rock Hard Wrestling and BGEast. Now, who wouldn't want to slide his arm through this dude's crotch and grab his butt as you lift him up into the air. Make sure you mock him mercilessly while you parade him around in humiliating fashion. I wouldn't mind wrapping my arms around him for a massive bearhug, too, but that's for another blog. I don't know who the last guy is, but he just represents all wrestlers I see at wrestling tournaments. I wish I could bodyslam each and every one of them.
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
When I think of Travis Lee and wrestling, I think of the wrestler from Cornell who won a couple of NCAA championships a few years back. This guy here in the Cyber Fights match against Suicide Kid definitely isn't the same person. I haven't learned a whole lot about him, other than it looks like he and Suicide Kid had a rivalry going back in the early days of Cyber Fights. Other than some more Cyber Fights matches, it doesn't look like he's done much wrestling in the past ten years. Which is too bad. At 5'11" and a lean, muscular build, he cuts a pretty good figure in the ring, especially in those blue wrestling shorts. He showed great strength by tossing around Suicide Kid several times in this match. If anyone has an update on the whereabouts of Travis Lee or Suicide Kid these days, please share.
Sunday, August 7, 2011
My last few posts have featured squash jobs, but the match here is different. This is another old Cyber Fights match featuring Suicide Kid, and this time he wrestles Travis Lee. Although a good squash job can be entertaining, I like better those matches between muscle boys of roughly equal size. It gives the appearance of being a real wrestling match with two guys competing in the same weight class. This match gives us Suicide Kid and Travis Lee who are both heavily muscled and advertised at about 195 pounds. There's a lot of good give and take in this one with the action going back and forth before Suicide Kid takes the match by winning two out of three pin falls. And of course he gets in a few good bodyslams in the process.
Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Most of you probably are familiar with WWE wrestler Mason Ryan. Here are some pictures from a match of his against Evan Bourne (aka Matt Sydal). This is another squash match. Ryan has about 100 pounds on Bourne. The guy's a beast. Watching this reminded me of back in high school and even in college, when I liked to wrestle some of the bigger guys on my team, and predictably things usually didn't go my way. I did it for a couple of reasons. First, it was a good reality check, reminding me that I wasn't the shit (of course, losing to a guy in my own weight class did that too). Second, I thought it was good practice. Training with a bigger and stronger guy can help better prepare you when you go up against an opponent in the same weight class. Like they say, what doesn't kill you makes you stronger. But there's a limit. You don't walk out onto a mat or step into a ring with a guy who outweighs you by 100 pounds and has biceps the size of your head. I kinda doubt Evan Bourne is a better wrestler now on account of his run-in with Mason Ryan.