Here Are Over 200 True Gay Wrestling Stories (NSFW)

Here Are Over 200 True Gay Wrestling Stories (NSFW)

EDITOR’S NOTE: Frequent DanNation contributor Victor Rook shares a hot gay wrestling story from his Growing Up Wrestling series of books. Put on your singlet and enjoy.

In 2005 I published Growing Up Wrestling, a compilation of 130 stories from men around the world who divulge their most private, intimate, and often homoerotic experiences with wrestling. Now Growing Up Wrestling 2 has been published with even more juicy true stories. Below is a sample of one. Both books are available in paperback and Kindle and Nook ebook formats at the following links:

Growing Up Wrestling

Growing Up Wrestling 2

From Story 206:

I’ve liked wrestling ever since I was a small kid. I liked to watch the wrestlers on TV each weekend and wait for a head scissor or a triangle choke. I didn’t know what those holds were, but they stirred me and got me excited. I remember the first time I saw a schoolboy pin. The muscular wrestler was beating up a larger, overweight wrestler. Finally he pinned him down and sat on his chest. Then he posed and flexed above the fat guy’s face. This is when I knew I had to wrestle! I wanted to feel another guy pin me down and act superior over me. He wouldn’t let the other guy up until he wrapped his legs around his neck and choked him out. Yeah, that’s when I realized I wanted to experience that. I must have been only 10 years old.

My first memorable wrestling experience was when I was in third year of high school. There was a freshmen on the wrestling team, Josh, who was very cocky. I was on the team, but I wasn’t one of the best wrestlers. I used to watch Josh take down any size wrestler, pin them, and make them turn beet red.

One day after practice, Josh was in the weight room. I went in to work out and he laughed when he saw I could only lift one half of what he was lifting. I pushed him and told him he might be able to lift more, but I could take him on the mat. He took the challenge and we went down to the mat room. Everyone was gone at the time.

Josh loved putting guys in head scissors and making them almost pass out before he pinned them. I was hoping for the same torture. We wrestled for about ten minutes when Josh suddenly jumped up, almost climbing me like a tree. He wrapped his legs around my neck and brought me down to the mat. My face smashed snugly against his crotch. He had a tight singlet that left nothing to the imagination. I was pretending to fight to get out of his hold. The more I tried, the tighter my face wedged into his groin and ass. I finally was about to pass out. Josh opened his legs and I acted as if I couldn’t move to keep my face against his sweaty crotch. I could feel him getting a hard-on. He pushed my face away and told me from now on he wanted me to be his training partner every day after practice. He stepped on me as he left the room, and from that day on I knew that’s where I wanted to be.

Wrestling is a way to show dominance over your opponent. I love it when a guy dominates me on the mat. Whether a wrestler admits it or not, there is a certain feeling when you have another person at your mercy. Knowing they have no other choice but to submit to your will when you have them in a hold that they can’t escape. Alpha males love that in any species.

Victor Rook, has produced several award-winning films. “Beyond the Garden Gate” was honored with two Telly Awards, including a 25th anniversary “Best of” Nature award. It went on to air on PBS for four years. Victor served as producer, cameraman, interviewer, narrator, and editor for the STRONGHOLD: In the Grip of Wrestling documentary. He also wrote the song “A Hold on Me” for the credit roll, and published the book “Growing Up Wrestling.”

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