Sunday, March 30, 2014

A Good Old-Fashioned Dog-Collar Match

I remember seeing photos of dog-collar matches in magazines like Pro Wrestling Illustrated back in the 1970s-1980s. Those matches looked so brutal and savage; one or both of the wrestlers involved would usually end up bloodied by the middle of the bout. Keeping the tradition alive (sans the blood) are two big independent wrestlers -- Kevin Matthews and Arkim. In this March 22 match for Pro Wrestling Syndicate, both men battle in and out of the ring. In the end, Matthews took the win. (Photos by Scott Finkelstein)

1 comment:

  1. That last image is so hot !

    A beefy, muscled, butch hunk is totally owned - and left knocked out on the floor. His horrified young valet is ringside, helplessly witnessing his hero's exposed manhood left vulnerable to a savage beating. The dazed, humiliated stud's limp body is carried out on a stretcher, accompanied by his sobbing boy.

    Well, that is my fanstasy, anyway.