This match from XWA Wrestling, recently posted to YouTube, plays on the classic pro wrestling theme of Straight Wrestler vs Queer Wrestler. Fans have been enjoying the sexual tension in matches like this since Gorgeous George began prancing around like a sissy in 1941.
First we are presented with Simon Grimm, a traditional, hetero, no-nonsense brawler with beefy frame, big stretchy blue trunks, and handle-bar moustache straight out of the 1800’s.
He will take a beating from a flaming queer named Cara Noir.
His flamboyance and sissified antics will just add to Simon Grimm’s humiliation — after all, no Real Man wants to lose to a prancing Nancy-boy like this (at least not in public.)
I must say, this Cara Noir is jacked, with a rock-hard body and sculpted abs. He might make an entertaining Baby-Face if they would wipe off that face paint and have him suffer in agony every time he gets in the ring.
Following some fancy grappling by Grimm to establish his Alpha Male excellence, Cara Noir begins the queer baiting. Here they snuggle in the corner of the ring like passionate lovers. The audience is aroused.
The match is played for comedy, as if gay dudes are laughable. This is how male sexuality is usually treated. I suppose feelings of Gay Panic can be averted if the audience can laugh at the homo-erotic antics. (They will just jack off to memories of the match when they get home.)
The story behind the match is that the sissy is taking advantage of Grimm by sexually teasing him. Every time Grimm tries to fight like a man, the queer just distracts him, and we get the sense that Grimm maybe enjoys it — that he’d maybe rather fuck than fight?
Cara Noir jams his opponent’s head into the front of his panty-hose. Grimm then hoists Noir up over his head, walking around with his face smothered in the stretchy fabric. Everybody laughs and kind of feels turned on. Noir then spikes the crotch-sniffing loser on his head to defeat him.
But in this case, Cara Noir is able to defeat his straight, and presumably stronger, opponent. This victory pose really degrades the Real Man who is shown to be weak and submissive to the queer victor. This leaves me wondering if we are supposed to laugh at this silly match, or get all turned on. I suppose both reactions work.