There’s nothing worse than being the weak link in a tag team.
As you will undoubtedly remember, my debut match for BGEast was a tag match on Masked Mayhem 2, where I joined my bud Maxx Thunder in the ring to take on two big, beautiful studs, Drew Russell and Alexi Adamov.
I never really thought I’d enjoy a tag match, but with Maxx at my back and those two beautiful men in their skimpy baby blue bikinis on the other side of the ring…I could feel my cock stirring in my trunks and the desire to see those handsome hunks suffer rising in my loins.
If you’ve seen the match, you’ll also know that I was the weak link in Team Thunder, only insofar as Alexi caught me off guard at one point–never get cocky, no matter how easy the match has seemed so far–and put me through the ringer, even tagging big Drew Russell in to add to my humiliations. He eventually got me to submit, too, the big bitch.
Team Thunder eventually triumphed, beating the crap out of the two big pretty boys.
I still regret not getting a ring match with Alexi, just the two of us–I still remember the great joy he took in torturing me when had the chance, and while there was definitely some payback in that match, I’ve always wondered how a singles match with the two of us would turn out.
Well, not really. I would have handed Alexi his ass, like I did Drew when we got into the ring for a singles match. It’s more that I’m disappointed that the fans didn’t get a chance to see me handling Alexi by myself, playing his body like a drum.
It would have been a classic.
I never did another tag match for BGEast–although I came close a couple of times. That’s another regret of mine; it would have been awesome to team up with, say, the Enforcer and take on a team like Patrick Donovan and Mitch Colby.
And I found myself enjoying watching tag matches–like Brute Baynard & Matt Thrasher taking on Morgan Cruise and Damien Rush on Tag Team Torture 19.
(to be continued)