Friday, December 29, 2017

Coming Out

A few days ago, big, beefy wrestler Mike Parrow came out as gay to the public. There are still only a few wrestlers in the business who have done what Parrow did (WWE's Darren Young and veteran Pat Patterson are among them) and perhaps we'll see more wrestlers do so in the coming new year. Cheers to Parrow! (To see older posts on Parrow, click on the label at the bottom of the post.) Here are some online articles about Parrow's coming out:
Instinct Magazine
LGBT Weekly

Beefcake wrestler Anthony Bowens congratulated Parrow on coming out, too. Read about it here.

(P.S. I'll be back with a new post on New Year's Eve.)

The Veterans (2017 Recap)

Yesterday, we featured a batch of millennial wrestlers who are between the ages of 20 to 27. Today, we're featuring some of the more "mature" beefcakes who've appeared on this blog in 2017. These are the men whose respective careers have spanned close to two decades, if not longer. Let's hear it for the veterans!
Johnny Moss (37 years old)

Sexy Peter White (38 years old)

Nelson Creed (38 years old)

Chris Colen (37 years old)

Doug Williams (40 years old)

Gabriel Gallo (38 years old)

Franco D'Angelo (41 years old)

Bodyguard (left, 49 years old) with Zeus (35 years old)

Sylvain Grenier (40 years old)

Melvin Maximus (39 years old)
Japanese wrestler Mr. Cacao (an amazing 51 years old!)

Thursday, December 28, 2017

The Millenials (2017 Recap)

There was once a time when I thought young adult men would no longer be interested in becoming professional wrestlers because wrestling, like many other forms of entertainment, would be replaced with something different and exciting in the new millennia. Well, I'm glad I was wrong. Pro wrestling seems to be more popular than ever in this age of computers, smart phones, and digital technology. Here are wrestlers with ages ranging from 20 to 27 who were featured many times in Beefcakes of Wrestling this year. These are young men who know how to do self-promotion on social media platforms like Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube. You can bet you'll see more of them here in 2018.
Tyler Nitro

Cam Zagami

Evan Grey

Austin Theory

Jason Carrion

Kip Sabian

Myron Reed

Noam Dar

TKO Ryan

Sammy Guevara

Tracer X 

Brady Pierce 

Bryen Douglas

Maxwell Jacob Feinstein

Brandon Watts and Randy Summers 

Tyler Bate

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

New To Beefcakes of Wrestling (2017 Recap)

Here's a recap of the beefcake wrestlers who made their debut in this blog in 2017. Not all these men are new to pro wrestling; some just came to my attention this year even though they've been around for a few years already. I hope to feature all of these beefcakes even more in 2018.

Karl Fredericks


Clark Connors

Jeremy Foster

Matthew Palmer

Toni "Tiger" Harting


Adrian Matthews

Cezar Bononi

Luke Menzies

Eric Bugenhagen

Randall Floyd

Jamie Diaz
Bradford Montague 

Tuesday, December 26, 2017

International Beefcakes of 2017

Here on Beefcakes of Wrestling, we feature a lot of wrestlers not only from "The Big 3" places (The US, The UK, and Canada), but several other countries as well. Here's a look back at some of the international beefcakes who appeared here in 2017.
Tristan Archer (France)

Alex (Australia)

La Mascara (Mexico)

Emil Sitoci (Netherlands)

Big Brodie Marshall (Australia)

Aaron Achilles Rammy (Belgium)

Fabio Ferrari (Italy)

Marshall Davids (Australia)

Steinbolt (Sweden)

Kwaito Kid (South Africa) 

Jay White (New Zealand)

Mahabali Shera (India)

Destroyer Dharma (Singapore)

Damien Slater (Australia)

Tetsuya Endo (Japan)

Markus Mytra (Slovakia)

Humberto Garza, Jr. (Mexico)

Tyson dos Santos aka Tyson Furia (France)