May peace, harmony,good humour and friendship continue between members
I have and am having a amazing time, met 3 perfect jobbers recently which has been a success so long live that.
also the group Tag meet at Walthamstow wrestling room 22nd march 2017 went extremely well with some brilliant wrestlers and I want to thank the guys who attended a big thankyou , they worked extremely hard to ensure the day ran smoothly, we all got in the ring unfortunately there were uneven number of 5 guys but hey it still went well as we took it turns to tag partners and one guy referee with thanks to Essexuk britpro who played the role well, then we felt it was time to teach the guys the art of pro wrestling , give and take and by gum it worked well,
future World of sport style pro tag to come
I read a post on Facebook the other day that put an evil grin on my face. The post would put that same grin on many of the faces of the members of MeetFighters. The post was from another guy into wrestling and it read: “It is wrong that I want to wrestle one of my co-workers?”
See…I’m sure all of you reading this have that evil grin and are nodding your heads like I did. I wanted to respond, ‘that’s not only 100% right, but that’s a daily occurrence for anyone who gets into wrestling, fighting or any type of power-based sport”. Face it, not a day goes by when you don’t see a guy that you’d love to wrestle. Maybe it’s his face that grabs you as you wonder what that handsome face would look like trapped in your biceps as you lock on a headlock. Or maybe it’s his body that propels you to launch into a fantasy world where you have a need to determine if you could beat him in a match.
It happens in the office. It happens on the street. In the train on the way to work. At the beach. In the gym. In a restaurant. Any place where able-bodied men are allowed to roam freely. It’s natural for guys into wrestling to fighting to experience a heightened curiosity about a well-built guy they encountered in everyday life. I’ve found myself obsessing over guys I’ve seen on the beach or in the gym. Something about seeing more of their bodies or their muscles engaged in an activity tend to get my mind racing about squaring off against them. And groups like this only intensify our curiosity since we see that wrestling attracts a much larger cross section of men than we may have thought possible. Maybe that stud you are checking out on the pec deck is just as into the primal needs to beating the crap out of another man as you are. Perhaps that hot young Republican looking dude filing away at the office has the same needs that you have that only can be squelched by an hour on the wrestling mats.
I’ve found these day dreams to be quite normal. Any guy drawn to wrestling and fighting will naturally size up an opponent and wonder about the skills and power of another man. It beckons up those primal needs that draw us to wrestling in the first place. We need to see what another man can do, how his muscle and mind will respond to our moves and holds. Do we have the skills to take this studly stranger down? Is he hiding a secret talent under that suit? So the next time you see a guy that makes you wonder, give an evil grin, bounce your pecs…and maybe just maybe, you’ll find an opponent.
Is it me or do others find Idle Members annoying especially those that join the site, don't complete their profile and never log in again...
I appreciate that some guys are not able to log on regularly but would it be an idea to clear idle profiles from the site if they weren't used for a specified period.
What do others think...?
I'm writing this as more to get how I feel out. It's probably a bit raw and a bit contradictory - and let's face it - self indulgent. But it's not the kind of things I can write or say to my friends or facebook.
So early hours of the morning, I'm watching the blue lights of the ambulance go into the distance. It's taking my dad away. He appears now to be stable but at the time ... we've been down this road with his health before and here we are again. I'm so worried, concerned and upset. But there's a different emotion there this time: guilt.
My greatest fear whenever I'm wrestling isn't that my body will turned up dumped in a wood somewhere. That used to be a legitimate fear. Now it's the missed calls, the voicemails and the texts that I've not seen because I've been too busy wrestling to notice them. I was at a great group meet on Sunday, but found myself having to go and check my phone to make sure I hadn't missed any messages. I hadn't - but I have missed things. I kinda feel instead of spending that Sunday away, I should've been home. I should've really. Maybe.
It's what made me decide to cut down on my wrestling. I am missing things. I'm worried if something happens I'm miles away - at least on average about a two hour train ride. Crippling guilt.
If I lived in London or Manchester - not so bad. Grab a match after work, and home like it's a school night. But I'm not doing that. I'm all over the place, having to overnight and the like. I dunno - at this precise moment that feels selfish of me. I dunno.
I know a fair few others on here have the responsibility towards others - be it elderly parents, ill partners, kids, and family. I have heard them say things about the juggle and the balance. The guilt too. I understand that now.
As I'm writing this, I'll be making my mum a cup of tea and try to persuade her to shut her eyes for a moment or two. She's been up longer than me. My turn to take the strain. She was doing that Sunday whilst I was out wrestling.
So that's my blog. It's not upbeat, funny or witty. They never are ;)
But its how I feel at the moment. I'm not sure I'm a good person. At this time I'm on a wrestling site blogging and sending reflexive trash talk messages in between.
There's a part of me that thinks I shouldn't cut down or cutback but cut out wrestling completely. But that's just how I'm feeling now and I have responsibilities to my opponents too. So I'm sticking around but I'm going to be quieter. Adjusting.
I'm not sure what road those blue lights were lighting up for me, my dad and mum just yet, and not sure where it is taking me.
Thanks for reading. I'll no doubt delete when I realise how non wrestling this is. Just had to vent.
traveling to mexico in may, any guys there want to wrestle? Playacar area
Basically the indy shows are working in a gray area of the current regulations from Washington State Athletic Commision. Really something that should be fixed.
So this spring break was wonderful for sightseeing and exploring but what it wasn't good for was wrestling. After months of planning and reaching out it seemed that my Ireland adventure was going to be filled with fun and sport but that was not really the case. I understand that complications happen and one of my matches let me know right away that something came up and that we would have to cancel and thats fine, He let me know before the day of the meet and all was dandy. What is not OK is telling me the day of the match that they cant make it or better yet canceling half an hour before for no good reason. Then I had a match set for this morning. I paid for the Hotel and everything only to have one more cancelation this morning prompting me to write this to blow off some stream.
Long story short don't cancel the day of and waste peoples times and money its not cool...
Also side note:
Ireland was beautiful and would go back in a heartbeat just dont think I will be looking for matches next time
Get asked a lot why I’m on a “gay” sight looking to wrestle “IF” I’m “really” a straight guy. First and foremost, because I LOVE to wrestle!! There’s something very primal about it and the competitive gratification is unmatched! To take another man and basically force him to acknowledge your superiority is completely intoxicating to me! Yes, I can understand why this is a physical turn-on for a gay man, but for me… think of it as mental high. There has never been and never will be anything sexual before or after with my opponent. Yea, I know I’m pressed so close to another man you could put a sheet of paper between us, but to me that’s just the sport.
Don’t get me wrong though, it’s not just the competition. I also enjoy all the friends I’ve made, because I know it takes mutual respect to wrestle me. I like to think I’m a fun guy to wrestle. Yes, I’m out to win, but I’m also out to have fun, just not in a sexual way. I’m prone to talking some trash in my victim’s ear, “Come on you lil puss, you gonna let a str8 guy school you like this?” and I’ve been known to count “1 – 2 -…” pull him back up and say, “No, no, no… I’m not done working you over, boi!” But make no mistake, IF I wrestle you, it’s because you’ve won my trust. Basically, I’m not going to bash your life choices, and I ask for that same level of respect in return.
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