Apartment wrestling magazines

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Instant Graemlins. UBBFriend: this to someone! This topic comprises 2 s: 1 2. Topic: Apartment Wrestling. The Coach Member Member I'm guessing '80'ish. Someone said Nancy Benoit got her start in one of those spre. I'd never heard that. IP: Logged. Tatsuya Member Member A couple of them were the Sports Review Wrestling that had those apartment wrestling features. One magazine, the Winter Annual, which probably came out late couldn't be early even though that's winter too because I didn't start buying the magazines until summer had an apartment wrestling feature.

Apartment wrestling magazines

The other issue is the August issue and it has no apartment wrestling feature. She would've been 18 at the time. Prior to getting involved in wrestling, Nancy was an inspiring model. A friendship with Florida wrestling photographer Bill Otten led her to getting gigs such as this, along with the cover of Wrestling All Stars with Billy Jack Haynes that many people remember.

I also remember the Muraco cover with the IC belt draped over his shoulder I thought the IC belt back then looked cooler than the WWF belt So if the May issue had an apartment feature and the August I have didn't, we have it pretty much narrowed down to a couple of months when they stopped featuring it IP: Logged.

I also remember the Muraco cover with the IC belt draped over his shoulder I thought the IC belt back then looked cooler than the WWF belt So if the May issue had an apartment feature and the August I have didn't, we have it pretty much narrowed down to a couple of months when they stopped featuring it Would probably make a great TV hit today.

King Francis Member Member Ticketmaster never had them and I always got weird looks when I asked. Then I rolled the big log over and underneath was a tiny, little stick, and I was like, that log had ! KingGregzilla Member Member If you would have read the articles instead of just looking at the pictures you would have known that it was a super secret society and was by invitation only! Dan Shocket probably could have hooked you up I mean at least one of them had to have gone on to at least a semi successful career in porn IP: Logged. I was just a poor fan, trading in coke bottles for money to buy the magazines.

I didn't have any inside connections to those big city, jet setting journalists or any super secret societies. The world of apartment wrestling was just too glamorous and exciting for a young, wholesome, country boy such as I. Milani from NY Member Member I mean at least one of them had to have gone on to at least a semi successful career in porn Seka the adult film star, not the Wild Samoan.

A few questions: How was it presented? Just random pictorials of scantily clad bro wrestling on furniture? Was there rankings? Was it a league? Did the regular writers write this stuff? Was there someone portrayed as champ? I am guessing there wasn't that much thought put into it and it was just another avenue to sell their mags via cheap thrills. The articles were so bizarre there aren't words for them.

But IIRC they were singular events. No championships or ratings. Someone and I'm guessing Dan Schocket since he wrote for an adult magazine wrote a whole story behind the match. They even went as far as to give the women background. While they weren't literary masterpieces, some thought did seem to go into it and the feature was probably the longest thing in the magazine. Mark Nulty wrote that it's been there since the 70's I was only privy to it for around a year since I started buying in and it ended around the summer of I wonder how it was presented when it started and how it "evolved" until it's end In the bizarre world of pro wrestling, this for me ranks up there IP: Logged.

I imagine she inspired a few things, too. I believe in Auburn, and love it. Swimming is just floating forward IP: Logged. When I was kid my mom must been glancing through one of my wrestling magazines. Because the next time I read it the that had an apartment wrestling ad was totally covered in electrical tape. I don't know how I remember this part, but there was a picture of Blackjack Mulligan either on right before or right after it. There were some bizarre in the back s of those mags.

Think there were where you could even have sessions with women bodybuilders If it was Sharon Bruneau offering this service I may have been tempted but you'd probably wind up with Paula Bircumshaw sp? Says the photographer for most of these was Theo Ehret and indeed Dan Shocket wrote most of the pieces.

Says Ehret brought these photos to Weston in the early 's and Weston decided to use them on Sports Review because it was a low seller. The wrestlers hated sharing covers with the scantily clad ladies wrestlers taking the moral high ground! Ken Viewer Member Member I don't watch it and long-ago decided not to post links to it. Sorry, fans of it, but them's the breaks. The board's administrators would likely take it down if someone else posted it, I would hope. Ken IP: Logged. His pro wrestling photography in particular is really striking and beautiful.

The pro wrestling shots and the naked apt. Long out of print, it looks like a new edition is being published next month. It's one of the most stunning collections of wrestling photography I've ever seen. The Golden Spike Member Member Sold it a few years later for a good amount, about 20 times what I paid for it.

Exceptional book. Happ Hazzard Member Member I remember being a bit disturbed by them. I'd almost certainly seen actual porn mags by that time but somehow the grainy black and white apartment wrestling photos seemed far more seedy. I told her she wouldn't get it.

So then I tried explaining it. She totally got it. She said in college there was a girl in her sorority that stripped on the side and also did these.

Apartment wrestling magazines

I prodded and pressed for more details and all I got was that I'm "an old pervert. I read that magazine fairly regularly; but, I don't recall any articles. They used to run for catfight and domination wrestling matches on video, though. You had companies with names like Steel Kittens advertising in several of the non-Apter wrestling magazines, in the early 90s.

Not sure what other magazine it could have been as I only remember the Apter mags, Wrestlings Main Event and New Wave Wrestling and I know none of them ever did Apartment wrestling stuff. I just got a copy of an early 70s issue of The Wrestler on eBay. There are for "party dolls" extra creepy"how to talk to women" with a woman with her bare breasts exposed but taped out, and a few more that were at least PG if not R-rated.

Kind of surprising when you consider how many of these were sold to .

Apartment wrestling magazines

At first I didn't think much of the fact they were there. But I was troubled by their inclusion, since, even though I tried to avoid it as well, a picture of Bob Ellis' head soaking in blood was less of a trial to explain past the parental units than some of those pictures in the back. Used to splash it all over my crotch area after a shower--no joke. I used to get some funny reactions to that back in my early 20's.

Fond memories.

Apartment wrestling magazines

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