I love seeing hot men get worked over. I equate the suffering you see on a guy’s face getting beat up with him getting penetrated. The eyes clench in pain, the mouth gasping wide open in shock (so big it can deep throat a thick cock), and the visible pain are similar to getting fucked.
Tristan Archer is as top 10 as any wrestler — any supermodel or man really — can get in terms of looks. Handsome face, well-muscled pecs, abs, arms, quads, ass: he’s the total package (there’s that too!).
Tristan seems to have a steady stream of matches, including this one reported by Ringside of late. This particular match caught my eye because of 1) its recency and 2) the great camerawork. I usually write about matches I’ve seen long ago and frequent, but I saw this match pretty much a week after it came out. The cameraman did a great job of getting a lot of closeups and in HD, which translates to some great photos and gifs to create and salivate over.
There’s something really hot about seeing a guy get asphyxiated. A choke is open-handed so in a sense it’s more intimate. Tristan sells it well flailing his whole body around, his groin gyrating even. The hidden face showcases his flexing body all the more erotically, but when you do see his struggling face, it’s eyes are winced and the mouth really wide open as I’ve described before — the perfect suffering face.
Here are some stills that show the struggle of the face, or the struggle of a well-muscled body where the face is hidden (click pics for more hi rez shots):
In wrestling, there is ebb and flow with the hero suddenly finding the strength to take on all his opponents. There’s excitement in that for sure, but for a hot guy, I root for his demise. Often a blind-sided attack that is just too much will stop the hero in his tracks and he will run miscalculated into an opponent’s powerful grab or just get dropped to the floor by a powerful blow.
Another type of momentum stopper is the corner beatup. The choke above certainly falls in this category. One of my favorites I like to call the “ab ram” — a series of midsection spears that certainly convey an “Unfff” feeling.
There is just something so delicious about an unfair fight. Well, if it’s for someone you’re rooting against, the satisfaction is in having got the better of the person in an underhanded way. This is usually a snub at the hero’s insistence on playing fairly. Coordinated attacks often have that extra excitement (or tug) as a result.
Likewise, a simple one guy grab, the other guy punches is also very effective at showing this unfair dominance.