Little Brawler

March 7th, 2011  |  by  |  Published in Uncategorized

Remember how, just hours ago, I decried the child-salon-industrial-complex? Well, I stand by those statements, but I’m not entirely sure I would say it to this kid to his face.

Theodore is our usual wrestling correspondent here on DadWagon–he wrestled in high school and spearheaded DadWagon’s remarkable coverage of the Butt Drag. But I’m stepping in to offer this slightly insane video of “Stevo” Poulin, an elementary school wrestler and NY state champion who struts like a rooster and has similar plumage. I guess if you’re gonna give a kid that haircut, you better make sure he can kick ass.


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