The Boss at BG East has been a generous and kind friend of neverland since its inception, which is a little ironic, considering his severe brutality and lack of compassion to every wrestling opponent he’s ever laid eyes on. He has gently, but firmly, helped me with course corrections here and there, and when the mood strikes him, he’s an outstanding volunteer copy editor. So I was not exactly surprised when Kid Leopard dropped off a year-end batch of behind-the-scenes photos, because he knows full well my intense infatuation with seeing what the BG East boys look like when the video cameras are on pause. KL is nothing if not an enigmatic figure, however, as demonstrated by the absence of a message to go with the presents he delivered. The only words on the subject of the holidays that I’ve heard from him this season have been an unequivocal (and I’m quoting), “Bah! Humbug!” Now that sounds like The Boss to me! In any case, here are some year-end treats especially for me, but I’ll let you enjoy them as well…
Without more context, I’m guessing that this is KL and Jonny Firestorm watching the hairy-chested shirtless scenes in 3D of Henry Cavill as the 2013 Man of Steel.
Again, I’m going out on a limb because of the absence of backstory, but I’m going to say this is a couple of Kids (Kid Leopard and Kid Jean-Luc Picard) in costume to terrorize small children and steal their candy at Halloween. Regardless, I guarantee you that I’m having Star Trek homoerotic wrestling dreams tonight!
And this mysterious photo is clearly of yet-to-be released BG East newbie, Ty, getting some humiliating discipline at the wrong end of someone’s boot and camera. I don’t know if this is the Boss’ response to me taking an immediate shine to melt-in-your-mouth Ty, or whether this is what happened to the babyface as a result of Ty sending me a holiday greeting card without the Boss’ permission. Either way, I say hell, yeah!
With Kid Leopard at the helm, BG East has been fueling my erotic fantasies for most of my adult life, and there are just no words of gratitude sufficient to thank him for his artistry, imagination, and wrestling genius. I’d offer him best wishes for the coming year, but having seen a sneak preview of what he’s been cooking up at recent tapings, what’s the point? He’s going to take 2014 and wring every ounce of blood, sweat and cum out of it, and serve it up to you and me like only he can. “Thanks,” just doesn’t cover it, Kid Leopard!