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Wednesday, December 21, 2011

2011 - An Overview of the Best...and the Worst

2011 is coming to a close and in spite of the fact that the end of the year has been a bit over-shadowed by work, it has been a great year for wrestling.  I mean, for me, personally, getting to wrestle.  Sitting here on this cold, gray morning, I decided that it would be a good time to look back on all the guys I've wrestled this past year and mark the highs, and the lows of those encounters.  Amazingly, I've had very few lows. 

Starting way back in January when a "Green Hornet" movie still seemed like it might be a good idea, I got my first taste of wrestling in the second week of the year wrestling with my good friend Mr. A in Chicago.  It was a cold trip up north, but I was kept warm on his mats and in the gym, working out, flexing, and wrestling.  That, my friends, was a definite high. 

About a week later I wrestled Mr. J here in my hometown.  He's a really nice guy.  Much younger than me, but sort of heavy.  He looks like Harry Potter.  Wrestling is maybe a bit of a stretch here.  He was actually far more interested in sex - and sort of bondage sex at that.  I tried to be a good sport, but in the words of Margaret Cho - "This is just not me."

February came along, bleak and cold.  I did not wrestle anyone the whole month, but I watched a lot of wrestling on TV - and by wrestling, I mean college wrestling.  Big Ten Network.  I was especially interested in watching David Taylor from Penn State.  He made it all the way to the end of February without a loss.   Here's David:

 In March I got to wrestle my friend in Chicago again and went on a long trip to Philly to watch the NCAA's.  I had an outrageously great time.  I wrestled several guys in Philly - me wrestling every evening while every day I watched college wrestling live with my good buddy and wrestling friend the Grizz from St. Louis.  At one point I got to wrestle two guys at one time - both of them were very close to my size and build - and I had such a great time.  That was a wonderful trip.  I'm headed to St. Louis in March of 2012 to watch the NCAA championships again.  The only bad thing about Philly was watching David Taylor get pinned in the finals by Bubba Jenkins.  That was a shock, let me tell you.

In April I wrestled one time, again with Mr. J from here in town.  May was sort of barren as well.  Although I did wrestle Mr. T (not the Mr. T) - a guy from the southern part of my state.  Although he professed to be straight, we had a good match.  He was quite a bit bigger than me, but I still gave him a hard time.

June was another great month.  I flew to Washington DC and wrestled guys every day.  Probably the best thing about that trip was meeting M, a now-close friend of mine.  We wrestled and then had dinner.  Since then we've stayed in touch.  I also  got to wrestle some of the guys from the DC area and that was great, too.  They had a friend who let us borrow his basement and mats - and we wrestled all morning one day. 

July introduced me to Mr. G, a guy from Texas who drove up and wrestled me.  He is my size and extremely hot.  We had the best time wrestling.  I want to wrestle him over and over again, but distance and time make it difficult.  Below is a picture of the two of us going at it. 

August I wrestled Mr. G again and, later in the month, a guy whom I'd wrestled years before.  We spent one Saturday morning wrestling and taking pictures.

The rest of the year saw my wrestling sort of fall off.  I did wrestle a guy here in town a month ago - Mr. I - who was really hot and fun to wrestle.  Unfortunately, he doesn't seem to be available very often.  Too bad.

The new year coming up has some promise, but I expect work to be very intense and for me to have to work a lot of overtime hours.  I'm off right now, but oddly have not been able to scare up a match.  So, I'm running and working out and preparing for the holiday.  I hope you guys have a great Christmas and New Years, and I hope to see you sometime in 2012! 

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