Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Cock


The average Beyond Wrestling show looks like a John Waters take on pro wrestling, filmed inside your grandmother's tropicalia aquarium by the photographer who shot Bigfoot for the Weekly World News.  If that's not "gay" enough to attract a big gay following, I don't know what would be.

Surely, we have enough old-school gays to maintain a tradition of sick humor and bad taste.  Or have we dropped the ball on frightening the horses and epating the bourgeoisie?  To get equal rights, must we first prove ourselves to be equally bland?

In BW's latest installment of "Pop" Culture on YouTube, tousle-haired Danny Danger wrestles Johnny Cockstrong in a funny, hair-raising, and outrageous match that mounts a full-frontal assault on the senses, the kind of over-the-top show that in the not-so-distant past only the most flaming fairies could have devised. 

Twenty-year-old Danger, 5'10", 150#, is as cute as a yaoi ninja, and Johnny Cockstrong is a 6'3", 180-pound superhero with a fondness for leopard-print underwear and a finishing move that's a head-in-tights piledriver he calls the "dickstroyer."   Yes, that's right:  a superhero in leopard undies who finishes his opponents by sticking their heads against his cock and piledriving them to the floor.

People, did you hear what I just said?

And it's free.  Beyond Wrestling is putting this match and all the others from its August "Pop" Culture show on YouTube in installments.  You can watch them all for nothing.

Sometimes the best things in life are free.

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for exposure! We'll make sure Johnny Cockstrong reciprocates, if you catch our drift.

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  2. Hmm, looks interesting. Defintiely worth checking out. That finishing move you described sounds similar to the one I've seen on some Dramatic Dream Team (DDT or D2T, a Japanese promotion) matches on YouTube. I think "gay" wrestler Danshoku Dino does that same opponent's head-in-his-trunks-piledriver move, too. DDT's comedy matches are fantastic! And they have the most bizarre characters and matches, to wit: "Misutero - An "invisible wrestler" i.e. non-existent. Opponents sell moves of a wrestler who isn't there, and the title is held by nothing and no-one but the wrestlers and referees act as if they can see and pin the "invisible wrestler". Muscle Sakai "won" the title from this "invisible wrestler" by using a "ray gun" and "infrared visor" to shoot the "invisible wrestler", winning the belt on a KO decision. (from Wikipedia)"

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