Holy Hell!!! Dashing Dustin is in neon red and yellow trunks, showing off that toned body and chiseled and handsome face. Scrappy looks hotter than ever, this time showing off that rippled and rock-hard body in leopard print trunks. Dustin has some impressive biceps. We want to melt when Scrappy flexes those massive arms. They are as big as the thighs on most guys.
Tanner Martin vs. Paul Castellano
Man in Fights: a gay wrestler’s story - LEO Weekly
A sign on a nondescript building at the intersection of 14th and Corcoran Streets NW has no doubt caused its share of confusion. Wrestling Club, Inc. Passersby are now aware that the building has got wrestling, but no parties. What the hell does that mean? The cryptic sign fronts 14th St. For now, hard-up, often-closeted gay men are no longer slipping in and out of for no-questions-asked romps. For about 15 years, an organization called the D.
Fightplace - The Wrestling Company
Even so, when Ohio Valley Wrestling, or OVW, announced its first openly-gay heavyweight champion, I spent a week in my feelings about actually attending a match. While I was happy to check off yet another item on the gay agenda, the last thing I wanted was to visit a place I imagined was not only hyper-masculine, but a magnet for MAGA hats. When I arrived, the staff was in hustle mode, exuding that universal, pre-show energy as they set up for the match. The place felt charged with the type of creative energy that springs up when people are busy making something special. In a small locker room that could just as easily be called a dressing room, Perry talked to me about showmanship, faith and being gay in an unusual sport.
It is so called because the wrestlers douse themselves with olive oil. The wrestlers, known as pehlivan meaning "hero" or "champion" , wear a type of hand-stitched leather trousers called a kisbet sometimes kispet , which is traditionally made of water buffalo hide, and most recently has been made of calfskin. Unlike Olympic wrestling , oil wrestling matches may be won by achieving an effective hold of the kisbet. Thus, the pehlivan aims to control his opponent by putting his arm through the latter's kisbet.