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Fake identity vs real oneBbdestroyer6969's blog


I used to be on here and other sites using a fake identity. I was either josh or draco. Draco was a young ripped muscled guy and josh was a huge guy. As you read tjis you may have chatted with me . Now i find myself finding it hard to get anyone to chat when i used my real pic and stats. To those that have and are xhatting with me THANK YOU...as for the guys that now wint give me the time of day you have just procen my shallow fears coming true. Time to chat with tjose care and to hell with the shallow fuckers out there.

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Last edited on 8/24/2016 6:16 PM by Bbdestroyer6969; 6 comment(s);
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Real From The FakePsych Jock7's blog


Meetfighters is one of the greatest sites to date. Everyone can agree with that. We have a large variety of styles and guys to choose from, and for once there is a wrestling site that is not all about sex (Not that it's a bad thing). My point is that meet fighters bring fighters together in order to do what men love to do...

Brawl.

From a young age we were little gladiators. Play fighting with our buddies or brothers. Even football was created to ease our hunger for battle. Overtime we gave into those urges and turned fighting into a sport. Who else but humans would turn something so savage into a game?

Can you blame us? I mean, you all know how it is when you are in a ring or on the mats. It's an orgasmic and addictive feeling. I guess we get so much pleasure out of brawling because all our life we are battling an invisible force. We never know if we're winning or losing. It's tranquil, yet nauseating. But in a fight, you get to see that force which pushes back at you. That force of muscle and determination. You're so use to fighting the invisible force, this is actually a relief.

The art of war is fascinating. What is even more fascinating is our desire to fight for pleasure. I guess you can say we enjoy the science behind brawling. How are brain and body come together as one, as your subconscious takes over. Pure instincts... Is there any other way to live?

Surprisingly, there is.

Since the beginning of time fighting has been about sport, war, and survival. In this new day of age, we have people who think of it as something purely sexual. Why? I do not know, and I do not judge. To each his own. I'm glad this community has grown enough that it has little sub styles.

Not many people are like that. A lot of the hardcore, real fighters think this is a joke, and wonder why men would even stoop so low as to turn this beautiful sport into a teenage drama. To those people, I say CALM DOWN! Don't look at it as a nuisance. Think of it as Elementary Sports. I know it upsets you to see big muscle guys who can't fight, but loves to do prostyle matches. It's ok. There are other real fighters out there for you. Look up, not down.

If you are a real fighter, please feel free to drop me a message at times. I enjoy talking about anything related to Mixed Martial Arts.

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Last edited on 8/23/2016 4:25 PM by Psych Jock7; 0 comment(s);
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Weekly ChallengesFighterGuyy blogja


MuscleLuke's Blog UpdatedMuscleLuke's blog


Got a hot new post on my blog about my latest meet! It's a hot 2 vs 1.

https://muscleboywrestler.wordpress.com/2016/08/23/wrestle-meet-11/

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Last edited on 8/23/2016 6:26 PM by MuscleLuke; 3 comment(s);
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Of fatness and fitnessIronbull's blog


After injury I treated myself to a summer under the tender loving care of a personal trainer. 12 weeks of protein shakes and gym/pool work (including one gruelling coached session a week) come to an end this week.

Before: 98 kgs on the scales. What???!!! Fat bastard.
After: 90 kgs. Better. Target 88.
Before: Diet based around carbs, always hungry. Regularly ate 2500+ calories a day net of exercise
After: Carb control, high protein, occasionally hungry. Max 2000 calories a day gross of exercise
Before: Waist 40. Clothes tight. Starting to look for specialist speedo shops. Couldn't do up shirts. Felt flabby. Was flabby.
After: Waist 36. Clothes fit again. Feel comfortable and in better proportion.
Before: Chest 46. At least 4" of that was back fat. Man boobs are not a good look.
After: Chest 48. Leaner and harder.
Before: max 4 dips. Agony. Painful elbow joints for days after.
After: max 20 dips. Tough but well within range
Before: benchpress 60kgs. Afraid of the bar.
After: benchpress 100 kgs. No fear of the bar, especially with a good spotter.
Before: handstand impossible. That pissed me off.
After: handstand with 5 dips. Yay!
Before: Ambled round gym doing comfortable exercises and checking my phone while I slobbed out in between them. No great pleasure. Who am I kidding?
After: Destroyed each exercise. Explosive power. Worked to failure and staggered out of each session. Euphoria that lasted 2 days sometimes.
Before: profile photos that are shameful. Look at that f***ing gut.
After: new profile photos when I get the chance

The moral of the story. If you aren't happy with your body, get a personal trainer who understands diet as well as exercise. A trainer will focus you, push you, give you nowhere to hide and make you come out fighting. One happy customer.

The future. OK it's not cheap. 12 weeks cost £540. Protein shakes are more expensive than pizzas. 5 workouts a week take time. But it's the best time and money I have spent in a long time.

I don't want to be thin. Screw the BMI "normal" range. I like being stocky. More to do though. Target now to lose a couple more kilos, press 130, do 50 dips, and a load more strength targets. Gain powerful musclegut. Bulk out shoulders. Get serious quads.

The difference between what you are and what you want to be is what you do. Raise your hand if you understand.

Last edited on 8/22/2016 8:18 PM by Ironbull; PermaLink

2016-08-21Albert73RE Italy's blog


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Last edited on 8/21/2016 12:15 PM by Albert73RE Italy; 1 comment(s);
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Match requestsVanman81's blog


From reading Admin's poll requests it seems that match requests may finish.

I personally think this would be a shame, I have had a large number of matches this way.

In my personal opinion it's a better way than just sending blank challenges. If one guy says I want a match and another replies that he wants it too then there is a good chance fighters will meet.

This feature is probably used most in the UK so I am a bit biased I suppose.

What are your thoughts on it?

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Last edited on 8/21/2016 7:22 PM by Vanman81; 14 comment(s);
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Wrestling in RioWrestlerandGeek's blog


Just a small rant:

I am very disappointed at the US coverage of Olympic level wrestling. My biggest gripe? We had a first time woman gold medalist whose story and victory took backstage to some stupid behaviour issues from our swimmers. I mean seriously? She is an American dream story and I bet no one has even heard about it. I didn't even get to see wrestling on TV. I only watched because my coach showed the live internet coverage online. I mean come on!!

Now, I won't lie, my inspiration to keep going with this sport and training to reach the top has come from a Georgian wrestler who I happened to have a slight crush on when I first saw him a few months ago. But something about how he wrestles and doesn't care how much his opponents weigh in at; a skinny looking guy but with so much technique.

And all this bologna about age too. Many of our Olympic gold medalists are in their 30s!!! Yeah...so before any of those haters out there try to put me down, let me say this, I will keep wrestling, and I will keep competing, and maybe I will be our first GAY wrestler to reach the podium. And even if I don't, it still is a lot more than what most attempt to do.

That is all. have a great rest of your summer, avid readers of my blog here.

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Last edited on 8/20/2016 4:32 AM by WrestlerandGeek; 4 comment(s);
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Correlation between stars awarded for blog entries and actual participationedscissors's blog


This will either get masses of 5 stars ... or universal 1 star rating: I'm preparing myself for the worst.

Some of my blog entries have elicited carefully considered written responses - for which I have always tried to offer respectful thanks to the authors, whether they agree with me or not.

Awarding one star, however, and not offering any comment, seems to me a soft option. It's your right on our fine site, of course, but I have noticed that those who award one star rarely send a comment and thereby remain anonymous.

Today, someone commented on a previous entry in my blog and (if I am reading the signs right) he clicked on 3*. An absolutely fair assessment taken in the spirit it was meant - of constructive criticism - with the reasoned and reasonable comment.

And now, I think I'd better retire behind a convenient hedge before the barrage of flack gets going!

Edward

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Last edited on 8/19/2016 6:04 PM by edscissors; 8 comment(s);
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Santa Monica, I Love YouWORLD OF RAWR


I'm back in the muggy GA, but Santa Monica was magical for a work trip.

The beach was a 15 minute walk. One of the guys from Global made an account here and favorited me. Thanking him got a lecture and I chuckled about it while reading his profile.

You know those moments when you realize someone that normally is thousands of miles away is really close and you organize things at lightning speeds?

Yeah. That happened.

I had work and dinner, but with guys that like to be relaxed so I got back to my hotel just in time to relax before meeting this guy.

He was shorter than I thought but profike accurate in every aspect. We talked a bit and unwound, changed clothes, rolled a bit and laughed a lot. He got me in some good holds and he's pretty strong. I thoroughly enjoyed that.

We hated having to end things a couple of hours later but he's coming to GA so that's a plus.

I thought about how I packed for the trip. I've started including wrestling clothes just in case and I think that says a lot about how much I'm getting into all of this.

Until next roll. o/

Last edited on 8/20/2016 2:53 AM by synxiec; 0 comment(s);
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