No longer competitive. It's still fun to play around with this, share experiences, trade holds, the usual non-competitive stuff.
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Last modified: 4/19/2021
lighthouseguy is recommended by Sandon
lighthouseguy was a great host. He was thoughtful, made sure to stop if he noticed me in pain, made sure it was a pleasant experience for me. I had fun as his jobber, and he taught me a few moves.
Sandon is recommended by lighthouseguy
One thing life teaches is that skills can be taught up to a point, but you are either born with a special talent for something or you aren't. If Sandon had the desire and opportunity to pursue wrestling at an early age, he would have been All-State in one of the lower weight classes. He's gone from total beginner to skilled wrestler in a shockingly short time. That's not something he just picked up, he has elite instincts. Sure, with a hundred pound weight difference he may not win but he'll put in an amazing effort. He's a super nice guy too. It's hard to imagine not enjoying a match with him.
lighthouseguy is recommended by hdscissors122
It should only take a few messages with lighthouseguy to really get an idea of how wholesome (and feisty) he is. Before we even met up, he had me laughing on here just reading some of his messages. He has a great sense of humor, to put it mildly, and is truly a great guy off the mats. Our meetup had plenty of teachable moments, and I can honestly say that I came away from our encounter with some added skills and techniques that I will use in the future. Though he may not wrestle competitively anymore, he more than makes up for it in creativity and application. Highly recommended.
hdscissors122 is recommended by lighthouseguy
I assumed hdscissors stood for headscissors. Nope. Highly deadly scissors. His legs belong on a 230 pound linebacker. He knows how to use them, both in regular ways and creatively. He doesn't mind being on the receiving end of some punishment. But he's getting to the point where it will be him, not his opponent, who determines the match's heel-jobber ratio. No worries though, his heel side is careful and won't exceed what you can handle. The non-wrestling part of meeting up with him is as good as it gets. All the good things guys say in reviews apply. Easy and trustworthy match scheduling, intelligent, great sense of humor. The only downside was we enjoyed it so much, the one tapping out and the one earning the tap both had huge smiles. Something vaguely unsettling about that. But I can't wait for it to happen again
lighthouseguy is recommended by Tigawood
Very easy to plan with, fun to wrestle and a great guy to meet up with.
Tigawood is recommended by lighthouseguy
He has an impressive assortment of pro moves that he will apply gently if you prefer. Like me, he's not into serious competitive stuff so we were a good match. He will discuss possible scenarios that might interest you. I don't do cyber but before agreeing to meet he came close to convincing me to try it, he's that good at describing things. So either as an in person or cyber opponent he's definitely worth considering. He's reliable and fun to hang out with after the match.
lighthouseguy is recommended by Lancerwrestler
A crazy fantastic wrestler that I met when I was first starting out. He really takes the time to teach you plenty of techniques and does it in a fun and really efficient way. I definitely need a refresher course from him soon. I 100% recommend him to anyone looking for a really enjoyable match.
Lancerwrestler is recommended by lighthouseguy
Lancer and I were both off the site for a while at different times, so our original recommendations are lost somewhere in cyberspace. But it isn’t hard to do this one because meeting him was a very memorable experience. He was a novice then, and said he had almost no knowledge of wrestling. At first I doubted that, but ultimately I realized he was just an amazingly fast learner. By the end of our second marathon session he was able to hang with me pretty well. As good as the wrestling was, what I remember most was what a joy it was to spend time with him when we were not wrestling. He was such a genuinely nice guy I was tempted to sucker punch him in the stomach just to see if he would lose his cool. But he was way too cute to do that to, and also too obviously a natural athlete to risk the consequences. I’m thinking that at this point Lancer can be a great jobber, a great heel, and a damn tough competitor if that’s what you prefer. If you don’t enjoy meeting up with Lancer, your future is clearly in cyberwrestling.