Thursday, September 20, 2018

Body Shots: On The Ropes

Royce Isaacs

Zack Ryder

Dezmond Xavier

Jason Cheng


Brian Cage

Jake Something

Dan Matha

Travis "Flip" Gordon

Isaias Velasquez

Eye of the Tiger

Here's 6'1", 224 lb. German wrestler Toni "Tiger" Harting. Aside from wrestling, Harting is also a skilled capoeira, judo and kickboxing competitor.

With tag team partner Michael Schenkenberg

With rivals Marius Al-Ani and Leon Van  Gasteren

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

There Is Always Something

It's been quite a while since I featured independent American wrestler Jake Something. As of this writing, Something has wrestled in 27 matches in 2018 for the following promotions: AAW Professional Wrestling Redefined, Glory Pro, Superkick'd, Impact Wrestling, Border City Wrestling, and Midwest Pro Wrestling Alliance. Watch him in this Glory Pro match and this Superkick'd match (both uploaded two months ago).

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

Tuesdays With Trexxus

Trexxus is the third Singaporean wrestler to be featured here on Beefcakes of Wrestling (the first two are Andreuw Tang and Destroyer Dharma). Trexxus (6'0", 220 pounds) is a mainstay with Singaporean Professional Wrestling (SPW), but he also wrestles as Sean Stallion for Asia Wrestling Entertainment (AWE). Aside from competing in Singles matches, Trexxus competes in tag team matches with partner Andreuw Tang. Watch him wrestle Russian "ass-kicker" Lokomotiv in this match and an opponent named Kuvalda here.

Monday, September 17, 2018

Muscle Monday: David Otunga

David Otunga (6'0", 230 pounds) may have retired from competition in professional wrestling, but he still appears as a commentator or pre-show host for WWE shows RAW and SmackDown. Otunga's last match was on July 5th, 2015 and he transitioned to doing commentary not too long after. The Harvard Law School graduate and one-time laboratory manager of Columbia University's Cognitive Neuroscience Center is also a former reality TV star and sometime actor who's appeared on TV shows like Criminal Minds and the films Live To Tell, Days Like This, and the Halle Berry-starrer The Call.  Otunga, now 38, was married to Oscar winner/recording artist Jennifer Hudson; the couple separated in 2017. Here are some recent pics of WWE's Rookie of the Year of 2010.