Tuesday, April 30, 2019

Scrappy the Heel

A few weeks ago Muscleboy Wrestling released a new slate of matches, and I was glad to see Scrappy make another appearance.  These days, Scrappy is a hot commodity in the world of underground wrestling, and this really gives the blond muscleboy the opportunity to show off  his versitility as a wrestler.  For instance, at Thunders Arena, despite his powerful build Scrappy often finds himself in the jobber role against much bigger dudes.  But MBW gives Scrappy the opportunity to be a heel.  We saw that before in his awesome match against Dante, who has got some good size himself.  In the new release of matches, it gets even better for Scrappy because he gets to impose the full force of his 175 pound physique against Joey McCoy, who weighs in at a mere 135 pounds.  I'll give McCoy some credit for not being a total pushover in this match.  But to be honest, those extra forty pounds of muscle makes all the difference for Scrappy.  I love power moves by muscle boys, and Scrappy does not disappoint.  At times he revels in his superiority.  When you're full of muscles and have a forty pound advantage, there's no question that you got to gorilla press the other dude.  So Scrappy presses McCoy overhead.  Repeatedly.  Wow.  This is what I want to see out of a guy like Scrappy.

But as much as I love watching a dude press a scrawny loser overhead, I like the over-the-knee backbreaker even more.  And we get to enjoy watching Scrappy break McCoy's back over his knee.  Over and over.  And this really is an opportunity for an alpha stud like Scrappy show off his body.  You can't help but notice Scrappy's big traps, bulging biceps and triceps, his powerful pecs, and all the while McCoy is sprawled across his master's knee, his broken body offered up like a human sacrifice to the muscle god that is Scrappy.  No wonder Scrappy looks so happy in this match.

Scrappy is the Happy Heel.

Friday, April 26, 2019

Kasee Likes It

I'm still trying to figure out Kasee of Thunders Arena.  To borrow a phrase from my grandfather, Kasee is a real piece of work.  He was all kinds of goofy and playfulness in his matches against Scrappy.  I thought maybe it was just a thing Kasee had for Scrappy, but here we see him at it again in his Vegas Battles 59 match against Jake.  The blond bodybuilder Jake has got a good twenty pounds of extra muscle to lord over Kasee, and Kasee doesn't seem to mind letting Jake do so.  As the match begins, muscleboy Jake already has Kasee ready for an overhead press.  We're not sure how we got to this point, but Jake seems to be punishing Kasee for something he's already done.  Kasee keeps saying he's sorry for whatever it was, but Jake is not moved by the apologies.  He just wants to dish out punish and make Kasee pay for whatever it was he did.  And for most of the match, Kasee really doesn't seem to mind being Jake's whipping boy.  At one point, Jake taunts Kasee and says, "I think you like it."  That's when it hit me.  Kasee likes it.  When Jake holds him over his heaad, Kasee likes it.  When Jake gets him in a fireman's carry, Kasee likes it.  When Jake crushes his head between his massive thighs, Kasee likes it.  So, that's really all we need to know about Kasee when he's being punished on the wrestling mat.  He just likes it.

You know, I think Jake likes it, too.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

No Mercy

There's a match at Thunders Arena from earlier this year featuring Scrappy and Kasee.  I've been sitting on it for a while trying to figure out just what to say about it.  It's Kasee, really, that I'm struggling with.  I mean, what's up with Kasee?  I can't quite figure him out.  This isn't the first match from TA between these two wrestlers.  I blogged about the other one, talking mostly about how Kasee treated the match as just fun and games.  In that first match, it looked like Scrappy really didn't know how to react to Kasee.  The touching, the flirting, the goofy grins . . . Scrappy seemed to be caught off guard by it, and in the end he paid for it.  Here in their second match up, it looks like Kasee wants to pick up where he left off, but this time Scrappy is prepared.  Kasee maybe wants to play mind games and put Scrappy on his heels by wearing the skimpiest of wrestling gear, but our little blond muscleboy won't fall victim to Kasee's shenanigans in this match.  He shows no mercy.  Kasee never stands a chance against Scrappy who is in total beast mode.  The repeated over-the-knee backbreakers is enough to sell me on this match, but there's so much more to love about it, especially if you enjoy a wrestling match where one young jacked muscle dude totally squashes another.  Scrappy usually doesn't get to be the heel at Thunders Arena, but he gets to showcase his heel persona in this match.  I like it.

This may be Thunders Arena, but Scrappy is all Muscleboy.

For more photos and commentary about this match, check out Joe at Ringside.