Not long ago I moved to a part of the country where, on bright, sunny summer weekends, I frequently see hand drawn yard signs advertising “Tag Sale.” I’d never heard this term before, but I’ve since learned it is equivalent to what I grew up calling a “Garage Sale,” (yard sale, rummage sale, etc., etc.). Apparently around here, when you’ve accumulated more stuff than you honestly have room to keep, you slap a price tag on it and call it a tag sale.
Along those lines, Ty Alexander recently told me that he has decided he simply has to do a serious culling of his notoriously massive wrestling gear collection. The Trophy Boy has been dishing out fashion advice and cataloging every piece of ass-hugging gear he can get his hands on since he was out of diapers. I have it on very, very good authority that Ty’s gear collection has a bedroom all to itself. So just imagine what it must mean that he’s run out of room and now needing to pare down in order to keep purchasing more.
So here’s your chance to do Ty a solid and score some Ty-approved gear to start your own collection with (it’s kind of like a sourdough starter). I’ve seen on Facebook that he’s trying to organize this superhuman undertaking by starting with singlets. Presumably, he will move on to his mammoth collection of square cuts, designer briefs, and jock straps. I don’t know if his personalized Trophy Boy copyrighted trunks and wristbands will be tagged. I’m pretty sure not everything you can see him wearing in the photos I’ve included in this post will be available (I’m just enjoying the excuse to post some of my favorite Ty fashions modeled by the Trophy Boy himself).
However, I will go out on a limb and say that I’d bet Ty would be willing to sell them laundered or not. For those Ty-Heads out there, I’d bet he’d even be willing to work up a sweat in them before packaging them up for you. If I were you, I’d ask for a photo of him wearing them to accompany your fashion purchase to verify that they have, indeed, housed his beautiful bubble butt. I cannot verify if that would cost you extra. Ask for the Bard discount.