Krush Wrestles a Butch Thespian

Three years ago, independent filmmaker and actor Russ Russo challenged Krush to a no-holds-barred wrestling match. According to IMDb, Russ has scores of acting credits, many of them low-budget horror films (How did I miss Bikini Bloodbath Car Wash?). I only know for sure that I saw him in an episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm (I haven't missed a single episode of CYE, ever). Krush remembers handsome Russ as posing a bigger challenge than he thought he would. Russ was solidly built but a good bit smaller than Krush. In fact, Russ, with a background in high-school wrestling, puts up a damn good fight. But, as is so often the case, it's not good enough to stop Krush from cracking a few tapouts from him and most definitely not good enough to squeeze even one submission out of Krush. Now, by popular demand, this contest is available again on Krushco. Watch it. It's a good one. 


  1. His Wikipedia article says good things about several of his more significant roles.

    Good looking and, from what little could be seen in these photos, a decent body.

    I'd like to see him in other matches. He could be a decent grappler.

    For me the unfortunate thing about Krushco is that he INEVITABLY crushes his opponent. One reason I don't care for wrestlers who always win is that a certain unpredictability is part of the excitement that keeps a wrestler from being a bore. Ditto for the constant jobber.

    I won't watch certain guys because the results are so certain. He'll win/lose and it doesn't seem to matter much what the strengths or weaknesses of him and his opponent are.

    1. I do win most of the time, but not always. Case in point: my recent match against ZACK. And you'll be surprised by what happens at the end of the next match I'll be releasing that took place between me and Russ. Keep watching!

  2. What an awesome match! The feistier the opponent, the more enjoyable it is to watch Krush do what he does best: dominate. Even matches certainly have their place, but there is nothing better than a good old-fashioned squash job every now and then.

  3. Although Krush usually wins his matches, this is hardly surprising since he is a real submission grappler with actual wrestling skills. That's not the case with most video wrestlers, whether heels or jobbers, who are usually acting out a choreographed scenario.

    If you would like to see Krushco matches with some "unpredictability," where Krush takes on highly skilled opponents, I'd recommend in particular his matches against Takeo (two videos) or the Army Cadet (two videos).

    I've watched all the Krushco videos -- many times over -- and am thrilled about the re-release of his matches with Russ. Watching Krush use his catch and submission skills against guys with high school or collegiate wrestling experience is always a huge turn-on for me!


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