KinkMen Prepped for 'Naked Kombat'
The spotlight is on "unscripted competitive male wrestling," the studio said. "Muscular studs go head-to-head in a fierce battle for sexual dominance, pounding each other into the mat to determine who gets pounded in the ass." Naked Kombat launched today with eight "matches" and 1,400 photos. New vignettes are scheduled to update every Thursday. House director Van Darkholme is overseeing production.
Notable names taking part in the launch include Brock Armstrong, Cayden Banks, Tober Brandt, Shane Erickson, Wolf Hudson, Nick Moretti, Christian Owen, Patrick Rouge and Tyler Saint.
"Each Naked Kombat match consists of four rounds: three eight-minute fighting rounds followed by the sex round," the studio explained. "Throughout the match, points are awarded for maintaining control of one's opponent, executing classic wrestling holds and, of course, grabbing, slapping, fingering, licking, face-sitting and maintaining an erection."
For the final round, the wrestler who accumulates the most points "gets to dominate, humiliate and fuck the loser, any way he desires."
The studio said future matches may incorporate a live audience.
Darkholme said Naked Kombat was partially inspired by Kink.com's female wrestling site, UltimateSurrender.com. The company allowed him to put his own BDSM-flavored spin on its all-male version.
"The sight of two naked men locked in combat, pitting their bodies against each other, is unbelievably hot," he said. "It combines my love of muscle with a visceral intensity. Naked Kombat will focus primarily on wrestling, but we'll also incorporate other combat sports — boxing, mixed martial arts and so on, all with an erotic edge."
"There will also be fighting in oil, mud and water. This is unscripted, real fighting. We'll explore every kind of physical challenge for two gladiators struggling for sexual dominance."
Online studio Kink.com launched in 1997 with Hogtied.com and a focus on demystifying alternative sexual practices. Operating from the historic San Francisco Armory, a decommissioned National Guard facility the company purchased in 2007, its portfolio of sites includes affiliate network KinkyDollars.com.