Sunday, November 18, 2018

Caption This!

From the archives of Beefcakes of Wrestling:
Johnny Gargano (on the mat)

Saturday, November 17, 2018

Albie There

Here's Australian wrestler and social media influencer Albie in a couple of recent matches for the Australian Wrestling Federation.











Friday, November 16, 2018

Flashback Friday: Josh Daniels

It was back in 2015 when this blog featured its last post on independent American wrestler Josh Daniels. Daniels retired from pro wrestling to focus on his acting career. As per his IMDB page, Daniels' last known acting gigs were in 2015-2016; he appeared in a few TV series like Shadow of Doubt, Unraveled, Bunny and Tai, and an episode of Law And Order: SVU. Here's a look back at some of Josh Daniels' best pics on Beefcakes of Wrestling. To see Daniels in action, go to his YouTube Channel by clicking here.












Thursday, November 15, 2018

A Dangerous Man

As promised, here's a whole post dedicated to English wrestler Rex Dangerous. There's not a lot of information I could find on this 6'0", 238 lb. wrestler from Sheffield, England other than he has 9 years experience as a pro and has appeared on the roster of UK promotions LDN Wrestling, Elite British Wrestling, and Phoenix Events. Oh, and before calling himself Rex Dangerous, he used to wrestle as Dangerous Danny Debris. You can watch some of his Danny Debris matches on the EBW&NCWA YouTube channel.










Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Vic Capri Goes To Japan

You know you've got real wrestling skills when you get invited to wrestle in Japan. That's what happened to Vic Capri, the 45-year-old independent wrestler from Chicago, Illinois, USA. Capri and two other independent American wrestlers, Ben McCoy and Justin Dredd, are in Japan to compete against Japanese wrestlers in an MDCW event. Here are some pics Capri uploaded to social media this week.








Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Bradford Is Back

This is only the second full post on 27-year-old Canadian wrestler Bradford Montague, the first was last December 2017. Montague made his pro debut in 2013 and competes in both Singles and Tag team matches. Watch Montague in a Fatal Four Way match against Logan Black, Dylan Black, and Buck Gunderson here.






With Johnny Moran