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Old 16-Feb-24, 14:02
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Default How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

Posting and reading the Lee Price thread I'm wondering, back in the late '80s or early '90s, before the Internet, how did guys get recruited to be jobbers or victims in these videos?

A woman I knew who did domination and wrestling sessions did several videos over a weekend, pre-Internet, with Lee Price, Joan Wise, another lady wrestler, and a couple of guys. The lady found out about these videos from a client. Just wondering how many of the males found there way into these videos. I had been in the domination scene for a bit, but never heard of male vs female wrestling until my friend mentioned she was doing a few videos.
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Old 16-Feb-24, 15:32
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Default Re: How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

Probably the same way as any other porn: they were the producers or knew the producers.
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Old 16-Feb-24, 19:13
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Default Re: How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

Same for the days of when the action was on 8mm film.
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Old 16-Feb-24, 19:23
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Default Re: How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

Well, if some YouTube responses on Mildred Burke's old videos can trusted (and that's a big if), guys used to pay exorbitant amounts of money to wrestle her girls. From what's implied some of the matches were 100% private - none of them were ever filmed. Amounts went as high as $1000 back in the 70s, and that's insane.
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Default Re: How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

The guys offered their services/fantasies to the women. It was not necessary for the women to publish an announcement.
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Default Re: How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

Before the internet, there was the AmFem catalog, and producers were listed there. It was possible to write them and ask to be a jobber, which I did a few times, because, back in the day, I was a broke college student struggling my way through grad school and I didn't have money for sessions.

It didn't work but sometimes they wrote back explaining that they were in a different location.

The one time I came closest, was one of Deena Zarra's wrestlers suggested I could be used in a show. Deena only seemed to have little interest, but I realized after the fact, she might have just been waiting to see if I'd express strong interest. I read her lack of interest so I didn't push, but perhaps I could have done some of her videos if I'd said something different.

Meeting people seems to work better than writing producers cold. That's my experience both pre and post internet.

Today, with so many women running Only Fans, it's probably easier to be a jobber than ever before, I would guess. I can't be 100% certain of that, but it seems logical.
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Default Re: How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

Just like today,some producers jobbed in some of their own videos such as Dave Randall of Special Interest and Ron Dvorkin of California Supreme.
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Default Re: How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

There was an element of recruitment as well..

When I was about 19/20 I was attending one of the Extravaganzas in northern Jersey. And was approached by a producer (I recognized him from other videos) to do a wrestling vid. But I ended up not getting a chance. Looking back, it feels like a missed opportunity for me..
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Default Re: How Did Guys Become Jobbers Pre-Internet?

It probably helped to be a family member too. "Tom Jackson" had his brother Joe in some videos for Premier Productions. And Judell Dulong wrestled her brother in what I think was her first mixed film. He was also in one or more videos when she moved to Wyoming?Montana? or Washington State. Her son Jack wrestled his 16 year old sister, and Nancy Skarvan in some early films. He was only 15 years old, imagine the uproar there'd be nowadays!
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Her brother is Jon Pofahl and,as I had been told,their mixed match took place outdoors around January of 1976,but I may be wrong on the date.Judell moved back to her home town of Polson,Montana having moved from Pine Valley,California.Judell eventually moved to Washington state where she worked as a home health care aid before retiring.I had asked this question before,but to maybe jog someone's memory,does anyone know why she and her husband Jack Sr divorced?
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