Thursday, December 18, 2014

The Moore The Merrier (Part 2)

Here's the continuation of yesterday's post featuring a match between Clay Moore and Chase Stevens. Looking at these pictures, I'd say the most exciting part of this bout was the action that took place outside the ring. In the end, seasoned Stevens, the more seasoned wrestler, bested his younger opponent.

Better luck next time, Clay.

Wednesday, December 17, 2014

The Moore The Merrier (Part 1)

A reader of this blog brought my attention to this set of photos of a match between indie wrestlers Clay Moore and Chase Stevens (thank you, dear reader!). The thing I like most about this match is the fact that both wrestlers have similar builds (beefy) and similar ring gear (black trunks and boots). They also both have dirty blonde hair (although Stevens's is much longer) and some facial hair. And although Stevens has that bad boy/biker look, it's pretty clear that Moore is the heel in this match. These shots were taken prior to the action. In the next post, I'll feature the rest of the photos. Enjoy! (Photo credit: Bobby Forrest)

To be continued.

Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Help Me Get Undressed

Jim from Chicago, a good friend of mine and one of this blog's longtime contributors, emailed this set of photos he took of young independent wrestler John Hudson last December 6th in Waukesha, Wisconsin. Jim attended Blizzard Brawl produced by Great Lakes Championship Wrestling. In the first and last few photos, we see Angel Armoni, Hudson's manager, helping him get undressed/dressed. Hmmm, pretty hot gimmick, don't you think? Hudson's opponent in this match was seasoned veteran Matt Longtime. Jim says the match ended when Longtime was distracted by Armoni and Hudson nailed him with a dropkick. Thanks for the pics, Jim! And thanks for bringing my attention to John Hudson.

While Armoni was helping Hudson into his t-shirt, Longtime attacked him.

Monday, December 15, 2014

Monday Muscle : Rob Terry

Muscle, muscle, muscle. To read about TNA wrestler Rob Terry (aka The Freak)'s training tips, click here.