Saturday, September 29, 2018

Friday, September 28, 2018

The Cast: Who's Who (Sep 2018)


Another month with no one new, but we do get a new look for all three wrestlers featured. Of course Mimik is always changing his look, but Darius finally gets featured in his Captain Patriot persona and I had to use these big body images for Josh's base model.

The Cave Undercard 23

Darius/Captain Patriot = Justin St. Paul (Bodybuilder)

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Review: Braden Charron vs. Tatum Riggs (BGEast)

BGEast's latest catalogue has been out for a few weeks but this is my first review from it. There was only one must-buy on it, Chase Addams vs. Bruno LaBestia but of course it's one of the last matches to be released on VOD. I get it. It makes perfect sense to hold back the most popular guys to try to drive DVD and own-to-Arena (OTA) sales from guys with less patience than me.

While I wait, I decided to check out Braden Charron vs. Tatum Riggs from the "new" Big Boy Battles series. It's actually just a new name for the long dormant Big n Beefy series (last release was catalogue 84). Why a new name? I don't know but maybe the word beefy turned off some wrestlers and/or fans? I use the term all the time in a positive way but that's all I can think of. Since I liked Big n Beefy, I decided that beef by any other name might still be as tasty. Is it?

Introducing BGEast's new Big Boy Battle series.

Monday, September 24, 2018

Review: Cap vs. Frey (Thunders Arena)

Not to jinx things, but I'm on a pretty good run with videos being right on point. My latest reviews have showcased Wrestler4Hire's intimate and extended pro vs. pro action and Muscleboy Wrestling's erotically charged stud-fests. And now, we have a perfect example of Thunders Arena's fun-filled frathouse shenanigans with Cap vs. Frey.

Cap's back and looking big against
Thunders' resident rookie wrecker.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

Review: Chet Chastain vs. Danny DeMented (Wrestler4Hire)

Chet's back in the cage, putting his undefeated record on the line. Who's his next victim? Why it's some nobody named Danny DeMented.

Chet Chastain vs. Danny DeMented is right in the place where I think Wrestler4Hire does its best and most unique work. It features two pro wrestlers, puts them in a familiar pro wrestling scenario in a private more intimate setting. There's nothing particularly sexual here, but it still ends up being sexy as fuck.

Undefeated in a cage?
Chet might not be ready for Danny.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

Review: Chet Chastain vs. Ty Alexander (Wrestler4Hire)

My next two reviews are related, featuring two Chet Chastain cage matches from Wrestler4Hire. Both are squashes and both should be popular with fans of squashes. I'm posting about them in order, so first up is Chet Chastain vs. Ty Alexander.

It's all coming up Chet in this one.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Review: Austin Tyler vs. Jessie Lee (Muscleboy Wrestling)

I've been loving Austin Tyler for a while, but especially this year thanks to winners like his tag matches at UCW and his battle against Nick Flex at Muscleboy Wrestling. Buying his match against Jessie Lee was a no-brainer. So how'd Austin Tyler vs. Jessie Lee go?

Boot fetishists will love how Austin
shows off his yellow footwear.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Review: Blayne vs. Cap (Thunders Arena)

I'm back with Blayne vs. Cap. It's the third of the three Cap matches I bought from Thunders Arena. I think I watched them out of order, because this is very likely the first Cap video. What makes me say that? Well, Cap isn't even "Cap" yet. The rookie introduces himself as Sean Gainz. It's weird, because at Movimus, Duke Russo started as Tommy Gainz. Maybe Gainz is one of those names that sounds good at first, but isn't. Just one of life's little mysteries.

The rookie takes on my Fave Jobber of 2017.

Sunday, September 9, 2018

Review: Scrappy vs. Cap (Thunders Arena)

Newbie Cap faced great line-up of opponents during his debut week at Thunders Arena, but none bigger than Scrappy. It's a great opportunity, but there's also a risk of being overshadowed by his larger-than-life personality. Facing your buddy who's also still kind of new (Cason) or a jobber who's great with rookies (Blayne) is one thing, but this is the big leagues. So, does Cap rise to the occasion? Does Scrappy let him?

Cap gets his shot at Thunders biggest star.

Thursday, September 6, 2018

Review: Alex Costa vs. Ethan Slade (Muscleboy Wrestling)

Full disclosure: This video was provided to me by Muscleboy Wrestling.

I must be pretty predictable. Or just lucky. I bet you already know what I think of this video. And you're right. I loved it, but more on why coming later.

MBW must know what I like, too. I've already explained I was traveling when the latest catalogue was released, which gave MBW time to share some videos before I could buy them. They sent me exactly the three I would've been buying: Nick Flex/Aspen (review here), Derek Bolt/Quin Quire (review here) and Alex Costa vs. Ethan Slade. That's clean living for you.

Alex is back against another lighter weight stud.

Monday, September 3, 2018

Saturday, September 1, 2018

The Cave Undercard 23: Captain Patriot vs. Mimik

The Cave Locker Room

“You ready, Corey? It's - oh.”

I freeze as I walk in on Corey wearing only shiny red leather pro wrestling boots, braced against the wall, ass out, getting fucked by Ryan, my 6’4”/250-lbs best friend and business partner. Hm. They're in a casual sexual relationship, so it's no big deal except that Corey is wrestling in a few minutes and Ryan's supposed to be out front running one of the cameras.