WTF? Wrestle. Tackle. Flex.

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    Jan 04, 2010 7:09 PM GMT
    Always been a little perplexed by this fantasy, but the amount of guys that hit you up requesting this activity is staggering and worth some discussion. I'm sure this will be met by much friction, but, I don't understand the desire to wrestle, fight or flex feverishly as foreplay.

    Don't get me wrong. I love UFC and pro wrestlers-- they are totally hot. But to put this into regular practice, just doesn't work for me. I mean come on fellas... just how good of a fkk will someone be if they spend all their energy and stamina wrestling you to submission or burning their synapses out by flexxing for hours? The only wrestling I wanna do is to see my lover writhe below me in ecstasy.

    Personally, I partially blame porn. I think some guys see it in videos, but trust me it doesn't work the same in real time. Those guys are taking water breaks between edits, and just watch how much the camera cuts. Most arent even wrestling full out, they are just as fake as WWE and half as hot. And if they are scuflling, they only have enuff energy to basically lay on their side and barely able to get off... wasn't that the point to begin with? Counterproductive.

    Have even had someone who continually contacts me asking to be punched, pummelled and roughed up? WTF?? Why would I do that? I'd feel remorse so bad it'd make my dyk go limp. But maybe you guys can enlighten and add some insight to my blind side. Discuss?
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    Jan 04, 2010 9:13 PM GMT
    Foreplay is as varied as each of personalities. For some men it is gentle stroking, kissing, for others spanking. I never thought I'd like sex after wrestling until I tried it....for me it worked, but it isn't necessary. Whatever gets the testosterone going does it. Call it a fetish, call it preference, but be accepting that everyone has different "buttons"
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    Jan 04, 2010 9:19 PM GMT
    TOPdawg4atl saidAlways been a little perplexed by this fantasy, but the amount of guys that hit you up requesting this activity is staggering and worth some discussion. I'm sure this will be met by much friction, but, I don't understand the desire to wrestle, fight or flex feverishly as foreplay.

    Don't get me wrong. I love UFC and pro wrestlers-- they are totally hot. But to put this into regular practice, just doesn't work for me. I mean come on fellas... just how good of a fkk will someone be if they spend all their energy and stamina wrestling you to submission or burning their synapses out by flexxing for hours? The only wrestling I wanna do is to see my lover writhe below me in ecstasy.

    Have even had someone who continually contacts me asking to be punched, pummelled and roughed up? WTF?? Why would I do that? I'd feel remorse so bad it'd make my dyk go limp. But maybe you guys can enlighten and add some insight to my blind side. Discuss?



    Lord have mercy, how can God make a body like yours and not let you understand that the male domination play in foreplay, the chemicals that are released from the body while you are friendly aggressively wrestling, all add up to one hot experience if you allow it.

    Let me explain:

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    Jan 04, 2010 9:40 PM GMT
    It all depends on the person i'm with, sometimes a little wrestle or boxing foreplay is cool, and a spanking is always welcomed...Then there are times when i just wanna F**K ,,,So, it all depends on who likes what...
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    Jan 04, 2010 9:42 PM GMT
    It's something they are insecure about so it then become erotic to them.
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    Jan 04, 2010 9:45 PM GMT
    It is a fetish. You don't have it.

    It isn't any stranger than the shit you like. It has nothing to do with insecurity. It is just sex.
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    Jan 04, 2010 9:58 PM GMT
    But, Munch, you forget how it gets to be fetish. It's the underlying disorder that originates the fetish, James.
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    Jan 04, 2010 10:02 PM GMT
    I think Im in a bit of agreement with the the op. Kinda perplexing. Tried it before and not a fan.
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    Jan 04, 2010 10:05 PM GMT
    MuchMoreThanMuscle saidDon't waste your time on him, Munching. Mr. Chunks for Brains Baldilox accepts money online to flex for guys with his sub-par webcam. Looks like he's capitalizing on other men's "disorders."


    What a joke.

    I never do any custom videos, so, as usual you're very wrong. In fact, I block just those folks. Same thing here, on Facebook, MySpace, etc. I find those sorts of folks just to weird for my tastes.

    Sucks to be you.

    I have to giggle, because, clearly, you're a fan, and have been by. As I said, sucks to be you.

    You can lash out as much as you want, but, it won't change my views, and it won't get you liked. Sucks to be you. LOL.
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    Jan 04, 2010 10:14 PM GMT
    Someones a little vanilla....
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    Jan 04, 2010 10:22 PM GMT
    Then again, just wrestling or boxing a guy doesn't have to lead to sex

    In fact, why should it

    If you're a guy (gay or straight), it's just fun to wrestle, flex, show off, etc, with a buddy

    It's also a very competitive thing to do

    Sure, either way, it has erotic overtones to it, I don't doubt that. . .

    But I've wrestled with buds (including straight guys) and it was just to see who was strongest, who could pin the other

    I guess it was erotic, but we didn't have sex, didn't even make out

    Maybe it's a straight guy's way of doing a gay thing without feeling like he's gay

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    Jan 04, 2010 10:31 PM GMT
    or maybe it's a straight guy just having fun.
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    Jan 04, 2010 10:39 PM GMT
    Sure. Maybe that too

    Though my impression (could be wrong, I'm not a mindreader) is that the straight guys do seem to really like it

    Like I say, there's usually some attraction or something going on with these things
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    Jan 04, 2010 11:52 PM GMT
    I think it's hot...and it's not necessarily a fetish...though some people who only do it 'lights out-missionary position' would have you believe anything out of the ordinary is a fetish.

    a fetish is something the person has trouble getting off without. a person with a true foot fetish is obsessed with feet and gets off much more easily when feet are in the picture.

    I think many guys think the wrestling or 'body contact' thing is hot, but we have no problem getting off without it.
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    Jan 05, 2010 12:44 AM GMT
    LittleDudeWithMuscles saidThen again, just wrestling or boxing a guy doesn't have to lead to sex

    In fact, why should it

    If you're a guy (gay or straight), it's just fun to wrestle, flex, show off, etc, with a buddy

    It's also a very competitive thing to do

    Sure, either way, it has erotic overtones to it, I don't doubt that. . .

    But I've wrestled with buds (including straight guys) and it was just to see who was strongest, who could pin the other

    I guess it was erotic, but we didn't have sex, didn't even make out

    Maybe it's a straight guy's way of doing a gay thing without feeling like he's gay


    Interesting, LittleDudeWithMuscles
    I usually wrestle or box with the bi-curious guys i meet, somehow they tend to loosen up after roughhousing a bit,,THEN we screw...icon_wink.gif
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    Jan 05, 2010 12:54 AM GMT
    JGymnast: Yeah, I think a lot of the "straight guys" who like to wrestle, flex, etc are bi-curious, at the very least
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    Jan 05, 2010 1:18 AM GMT
    chuckystud saidBut, Munch, you forget how it gets to be fetish. It's the underlying disorder that originates the fetish, James.


    Why are your sexual desires fine and those of others a disorder?
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    Jan 05, 2010 1:26 AM GMT
    MunchingZombie said
    chuckystud saidBut, Munch, you forget how it gets to be fetish. It's the underlying disorder that originates the fetish, James.


    Why are your sexual desires fine and those of others a disorder?


    Do you not realize who you are asking this question to?
    Everything beyond what Chucky believes is a disorder.
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    Jan 05, 2010 1:27 AM GMT
    tommysguns2000 saidI think it's hot...and it's not necessarily a fetish...though some people who only do it 'lights out-missionary position' would have you believe anything out of the ordinary is a fetish.

    a fetish is something the person has trouble getting off without. a person with a true foot fetish is obsessed with feet and gets off much more easily when feet are in the picture.

    I think many guys think the wrestling or 'body contact' thing is hot, but we have no problem getting off without it.

    *raises hand* I don't need nuffin but your hand icon_razz.gif

    Maybe I have a hand fetish... although I do enjoy a mouth too.. but the hands are usually involved... OMG Super cool I'm kinky weird like the rest of yas YAY icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jan 05, 2010 1:27 AM GMT
    mnjock2003 said
    MunchingZombie said
    chuckystud saidBut, Munch, you forget how it gets to be fetish. It's the underlying disorder that originates the fetish, James.


    Why are your sexual desires fine and those of others a disorder?


    Do you not realize who you are asking this question to?
    Everything beyond what Chucky believes is a disorder, duh.
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    I know. But I like Chucky. I want to help him through this disorder of his icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jan 05, 2010 1:31 AM GMT
    MunchingZombie said
    mnjock2003 said
    MunchingZombie said
    chuckystud saidBut, Munch, you forget how it gets to be fetish. It's the underlying disorder that originates the fetish, James.


    Why are your sexual desires fine and those of others a disorder?


    Do you not realize who you are asking this question to?
    Everything beyond what Chucky believes is a disorder, duh.
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    I know. But I like Chucky. I want to help him through this disorder of his icon_biggrin.gif


    he is just being disingenuous.
    He makes videos of himself in a bikini, flexing, asking for donations.
    Seems to me he doesn't really have issues with it.

    And no judgements on him, but let's get real.
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    Jan 05, 2010 1:47 AM GMT
    Wrestling is not a fetish. A fetish is a sexual attraction or obsession with an inanimate object, or a body part. People may like legs a lot, so they naturally like wrestling holds that involve legs, like scissors. Same with arms and sleepers, etc.

    Fetish seems to have been turned into a negative word, but the fact is if you find yourself looking often at a guy's chest, or arms, or butt, then you have a fetish for that part. It's just part of your sexual liking.
  • cbrock

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    Jan 31, 2010 8:43 PM GMT
    Personally, I love it. I think it's so hot, especially since it started with innocent enough intentions. The sexual side of it is unintentional, but great. I love to see a sexy guy in a wrestling singlet.
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    Jan 31, 2010 9:18 PM GMT
    Start your own RJ thread! Follow this simple form:

    1) Pick something that you don't like, cause... well, you just don't like it.

    2) Start a topic about it, making sure you pepper it with "WTF" and "I just don't get it" or "I just can't see" or "I just don't understand" or "seriously, what's the deal?" at least a half dozen times. The idea is to come across as the most rational, sensible, normal guy in the room, and, without ever explicitly saying so, show that, by contrast, anyone who doesn't think like you is therefore not rational, sensible, and normal.

    3) Make sure that you quote no real facts, and keep things to opinion only -- specifically your opinion only. But use lots of "truthiness" words like "most", "a lot", "staggering amounts", "often", etc. to describe the behavior that you don't like.

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    5) End the opening post with a lighthearted question, such as: "Comments?", "Can someone enlighten me?", or "Discuss!" I mean, you're just a friendly guy having a normal, no-drama conversation here, right?

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  • blackjock62

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    Aug 22, 2010 5:12 PM GMT
    It's really a man thing. Men who come from competitive athletic backgrounds are more likely to want to wrestle. And when a man puts that invitation to you to wrestle, it's a compliment to you. He probably sees you as strong and durable. A man who can be a challeng on the mat since most people who like to wrestle want a competition, not someone they can just thrash. And its good exercise and a practical form of self defense. If you're not from an athletic background and just started lifting to be "attractive" well, you know, you probably just don't get it.