|Description||Jonny Firestorm vs Reese Wells - ball bash 2 - fight from BG Enterprise.
Good/Evil. Clean/Dirty. Innocence/Experience. Hairy/Smooth. Black Gear/White Gear. It's a study in contrasts. First-timer Reese is a vision in white: clean cut and cute, with a tight, smooth body that flexes and shifts as he warms up in the ring, with pretty piercing eyes and pouty lips, the latest pro to make the jump to BG East in a banner year of debuts. "Where'd The Boss find you, Babies 'r Us?" Jonny saunters in with a Cheshire cat grin, his buzz cut and scruff the first sign that, as bad as he's been, this isn't the same old badass we've come to love/hate. He sheds his robe, unveiling his thicker torso and newly hairy chest, a gruff, rough youthful mini Arn Anderson look reflecting the inner attitude that's compelled him to cut a path of destruction through a Who's Who of hunks and BG East babyfaces.
"Let's see it," Jonny commands, knowing full well that fans mark out for pre-match posing by fresh meat. Reese eagerly obeys, clasping his hands behind his head to reveal his rippling washboard and that surprisingly big bulge that's already earned him praise on the BGE Yahoo groups touting his greater than proportional assets. Impressed but irritated, and no slouch in the oversized equipment department, Jonny's seen it time and time again. "That's the problem with you young kids today," he mocks. "You're all show and no go." An opening collar and elbow lock-up leads to a posturing, chest-pushing fight reminiscent of schoolyard scraps with Jonny naturally assuming the role of the playground bull as he follows a snapmare with a rear chinlock, counters Reese's hammerlock with a fireman's carry into a submission threatening side bow 'n arrow that puts Reese's lean muscles and bulging basket on early display. But While young Reese looks innocent enough, his moves show a broad breadth of experience, as he matches Jonny hold for hold in an impressive display of chain wrestling: armbar to headscissors to surfboard to monkey flip. But our Jonny displayed exceptional power in his recent ring wrecking of the much bigger bodybuilder Braden Charron, and lightweight Reese doesn't have Braden's size advantage. Jonny powers out of Reese's scissors, lifts and slams the rookie and then hangs him in the corner upside down for a Tree of Woe boot-to-body beating. "This is what I do to rookies like you," Jonny revels before dropping an elbow to the throat that leaves the babyface groveling on the mat. Reese has surprises of his own. He survives Jonny's reverse atomic drop and elbow drops to the back to counter a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker attempt with a 'round-the-world hurricanrana that sends Jonny flying. A snapmare of his own into a rear chinlock gives the rookie time to crow and even taunt the 'veteran.'
But Jonny enjoys the thrill of increased attention that comes with hurting and humiliating a rival young hunk, and his appetite for destruction won't be denied. And he is willing to venture deep into the dark side where most young pros barely brave to go. What's more, he has the skill, technique and strength to lead him there. He counters into a hammerlock, sitting on Reese's torqued back to slam forearms into his pumped pecs. A long-held inverted delayed suplex hits with ring-rattling force. And repeated elbows to the kidneys and a series of repeated back breakers and bodyslams set the rookie up for a spectacular, "bodies ain't supposed to bend that way" submission that will leave the audience gasping
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