Wolf Hudson Joins CockyBoys Pack

Wolf Hudson Joins CockyBoys Pack
JC Adams
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Online studio CockyBoys.com has signed performer Wolf Hudson to a yearlong contract that allows him the flexibility to shoot gay- as well as straight-adult content.

A recent XBIZ Awards nominee for GLBT Performer of the Year, Hudson made his erotic debut in 2006 and has shot for a variety of traditional-media as well as web-exclusive studios on the gay and straight sides of the adult business.

"Wolf's body of work spans genres and boundaries. His notoriety was immediate and sudden," CockyBoys CEO Kyle Majors said. "This Dominican stud is sexy and confident, with tattoos in all the right places, a defined body, and plenty of charisma to boot. He is the ultimate CockyBoy."

Hudson is the latest performer to cast his fortune with a web-exclusive studio. "On the whole, I am exclusive with CockyBoys. If the right project comes along, then something can be worked out," Hudson told XBIZ.

"Internet companies are doing very well right now, considering the economy. I knew if I were to sign with someone, they had to be web-based," he said. "It's the wave of the future and I see a lot of potential in CockyBoys. The DVD companies are still doing a great job, but I felt I had to make my mark on the Internet. It's where I have received most of my success."

His exclusive CockyBoys contract applies solely to the gay side of the adult business. Hudson also will film straight content for Kink.com, another online studio.

"I started with the straight side and have always wanted to cross over into straight porn," Hudson said. "But the work I have up ahead will be hard. It's almost impossible for a model to cross from gay to straight, let alone do both at the same time. Kink.com is very cool about that, which is awesome. I want to bridge the gap in some form. The straight side is missing out on a lot of good performers. And quite frankly, they need to wake up."

Hudson's initial work with CockyBoys included a duo with Jesse Santana, one of the first prominent performers to abandon DVDs for a web-exclusive contract.

"They are easy to work with, and that speaks volumes," Hudson said. "I think this new partnership with CockyBoys will be exciting in that I will expand my horizons and try some cutting-edge stuff with the company. I look forward to seeing what happens for both the straight and gay side, with me smack-dab in the middle."

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