His star rose quickly once his first match debuted.
It’s easy to see why. Not only was the body extraordinary, evidence of hours of hard work and careful diet planning, but the face was handsome as well. Dark blond hair and bright blue eyes, an enormous smile and dimples you could sink a finger into up to the first knuckle…yes, the fans responded with cash and erections and worshipful blog posts and messages on the BGEast fan lists.
Oh, yes, his star shone brightly. And he was a good wrestler, too. He was just as at home on the mats or the gazebo or the pool or the yard or the ring–something that not every wrestler had the ability to do. He was also ridiculously photogenic.
Every time I watched one of his matches, I thought, we need to do this.
We faced some of the same wrestlers, and yet…
I wanted a ring match more than anything….he wanted a mat match.
And so began the tug of war, the war of words, and the feud.