Cyberfights 143: Mikey Henderson The Suicide Kid
CAST: Arden Craig, Frankie Kazarian, GQ Gallo , Ja Jakobe, JD Michaels, Johnny Handsome, Keiji Sakoda, Matt Stryker, Mikey Henderson, Ritchie Destiny, Smelly, Travis Lee
DIRECTOR: Ron Sexton
RELEASE DATE: 6/1/2014
MATCH 2: MIKEY HENDERSON VS ARDEN CRAIG
MATCH 3: MIKEY HENDERSON VS JOHNNY HANDSOME VS TRAVIS LEE
MATCH 4: MIKEY HENDERSON VS JA JAKOBE
MATCH 5: MIKEY HENDERSON VS GQ GALLO
MATCH 6: MIKEY HENDERSON VS FRANKIE KAZARIAN
MATCH 7: MIKEY HENDERSON VS MATT STRYKER
MATCH 8: MIKEY HENDERSON VS JD MICHAELS
MATCH 9: MIKEY HENDERSON VS RITCHIE DESTINY
What would a Cyberfight be without the one and only Mikey Henderson, AKA "The Suicide Kid". He`s everything you`ve come to expect from Cyberfights. Whether you`re a long time fan, or a newbie, you will be impressed, astonished, and at times totally turned on by the incredible athleticism and attitude displayed by this broad-shouldered, powerfully built, cocky grin wearing wrestler. With Cyberfights 143 we invite you to view not one, not two, but NINE outstanding Mikey Henderson matches in a row. It`s over an hour of Master Mikey doing what he does best: kicking ass!
From a strictly aesthetic perspective, this shoot features a cavalcade of good looking guys, in varying types to please all perspective viewers. These are not the blown up, overly muscled types. These guys are naturally strong and beautifully displayed in mind-blowingly tight speedos and fight shorts, framing stunning asses and packages.
We begin with an ensemble battle, featuring a dizzying, almost overwhelming congregation of tough guys. "How the hell did you get this match?" one strapping wrestler says to another. Then it`s just arms, and legs, and fists, and fury. If you can keep track of the action, you`re doing better than most. This is so much more than a group fight. The tight camera angles and sweeping shots will make you feel as if you`re actually in the ring with these brutal bruisers. This is what if actually feels like to be right in the thick of it with the likes of broad and beefy Keiji Sakoda, Travis Lee, and more.
All too soon we pull away from the mass brawl and take things back to the basics, when Suicide takes on Arden Craig. These guys are well-matched and ready to roll, throwing each other from one end of the ring to the other. Looking toned in his tight black trunks, Suicide just can`t resist kissing his own biceps, which further enrages Craig.
Johnny Handsome and Travis Lee are next in like to take on Suicide. That`s right, Suicide takes on two massive men at once, in a three-way battle royal. Camel clutches, body slams, and gut punches...all set to the soundtrack of painful moans, groans, and screams of submission.
Enter Ja Jakobe, a spiky haired ginger in a sleek blue singlet. He`s young, slim, fresh-faced, and ready to fight. Suicide isn`t threatened at all."
"You know, there`s this thing called a gym," says Suicide to the kid. "Go to it...work out a little."
Will the juvenile Jakobe show Henderson how it`s done?
From the look of him, G.Q. Gallo is more up to Mikey`s speed. He`s a big, raven-haired looker in green and black speedos.
"Not the face!" Gallo cries, as Suicide show`s him just what he thinks of the prettyboy`s good looks.
Of the nine outstanding matches found here, perhaps the greatest of these is the match-up between Henderson and Frankie Kazarian. For once we actually see a twinge of fear in Henderson`s eyes. He knows he`s up against a champion. There`s a difference in the way these guys circle each other. They pace themselves. They pause. The question their moves. There`s respect here. And something else...something almost akin to reverence. Headlocks...back-breakers...long held lock ups...these guys are in it to win it. The painful twists, the hurdling throws.
Suicide is back, and better than ever, in Cyberfights 143!