Friday, May 31, 2013
If you're in the mood for some old school muscle wrestling, check out the BG Enterprise blog. From there you can buy videos with wrestling, muscle showcase, body worship, and other themes. Of course my interest lies in their wrestling matches. I don't know where BG Enterprise found all these guys, but it looks like they just went to a bodybuilding competion and recruited them to wrestle. Like I've said before, wrestling and bodybuilders are a good fit.
Monday, May 27, 2013
He are some photos from a Combat Zone Wrestling match featuring Uhaa Nation against Aaron MacCormick. Uhaa Nation is a pretty big dude at six foot and 240 pounds, and he also has wrestled for Dragon Gate USA. His real name is Sesugh Uhaa, and in high school he was given the name "Uhaa Nation" when his coach noted that he was as strong as a single nation. How strong is he? I'm sure Aaron MacCormick can tell us.
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Recently I was taking a look at the preview video for a match at Rock Hard Wrestling featuring Brodie Fisher (top photo) and Alex Waters (second photo). In general there are a lot of similarities among the wrestlers at RHW because most fall into the college jock category, and I think this is especially the case for Brodie Fisher and Alex Waters, who have a striking similarity to each other. It makes me wonder if there's a factory somewhere in China that churns out these wrestlers for RHW. Seriously, can you tell these two dudes apart?
Friday, May 17, 2013
It doesn't seem backyard wrestling is as popular as it used to be, but there still are some dedicated dudes out there who take to their backyards in order to live out their pro wrestling fantasies. On Youtube I came across some videos posted by a group of guys in Germany demonstrating verious pro wrestling moves, including the king of wrestling moves - the gorilla press. I like this series of photos because it shows the great arc trajectory as the dude in black sends his hapless opponent flying through the air. The dude in black certainly looks fit, but he's not that big. It doesn't matter. Once you gorilla press another wrestler over your head, that gives you instant aplha stud status.
Sunday, May 12, 2013
I was flipping through the official Wrestling Dictionary the other day and came across the following entry for the word cut: "marked by a well-developed and highly defined musculature <cut abs; see AR Fox>
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
It was about two years ago when I did my first post featuring Tristan Archer. Maybe I'm imagining things, but it looks to me that Tristan has matured a lot over the past couple of years, looking less boy-like and more of a man. He's meaner and leaner, cockier, and he's even gorilla pressing other wrestlers as he revels in his full manhood. Very nice. I like this more mature version of Tristan Archer.
Monday, May 6, 2013
OK, one more about Tony Nese. If you're like me, it's hard to get enough of Tony Nese bodyslamming other wrestlers in the ring. He's a powerful dude who knows how to deliver a good bodyslam, showing us some nice technique and squeezing some ass as he demoralizes his opponents. And here's a little extra in case you can't get enough of Nese's big pecs and eight pack . . .
Friday, May 3, 2013
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Back in January I did my very first post featuring Tony Nese, and one of my wishes for the new year was that Nese would give me more material to blog about. He must read my blog because Nese has delivered in 2013. Here he dispatches Matt Vides with a nice scoop slam during a match at Pro Wrestling Syndicate. I like this sequence of photos because it shows Nese setting up his opponent for the slam. I know how Matt Vides feels at that moment. You're being controlled by a stronger dude and you know the bodyslam is coming. There's a certain anticipation you experience in that moment as you wait for the muscled arm of your opponent to slide through your legs and take a commanding crotch hold for the lift. It's one of the best moments of being bodysammed. And Tony Nese makes it look so awesome. He's built like a Greek god. He looks invincible. There's no hope for Matt Vides here.
On a different note, I wonder what this is all about: