Krakow Oil Wrestling for stags
“My Lords, ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to tonight’s kracking prize fight between BBC world champion Ania and Krakow’s Anita! The winner will be decided by 3 falls, 2 submissions or a knockout…”
Perhaps the ultimate stag spectator sport, Oil Wrestling aka Balsamic Babes Combat is a betting man’s favourite. 2 nubile ladies step into the ring and fight it out wearing nothing but bikinis and a lot of baby oil! The final round is the true cherry on the top - one of the spectators (highly recommended for the stag !) can join in and have a go at getting the girls fully naked, watched and cheered on by his beer-swigging mates. There is no doubt about the final result, however, the guy ends up as naked as the day he was born, making it one of our most fun stag ideas.
To make the show even better we’ve combined it with VODKA TASTING! Yes, that’s true- not only will you have a chance to watch 2 gorgeous Polish beauties fighting almost naked but you will also have a chance to explore Polish culture… We mean drinking culture of course - 5 different traditional Polish vodkas plus drinking snacks and a bartender to make a brief introduction to each of the vodkas (history, origins, how it’s produced, Polish drinking habits, etc…) – this can’t be missed !
10 Facts you never knew about vodka
5 facts you never knew about oil wrestling*
*The facts presented here contain no evidence, but they are facts. They were certainly not invented by an unnamed member of Party Krakow staff during their 15 minute coffee break.
The less athletic stag party, going about its business, might wish to consider the idea of simply relaxing, in warm surroundings, and watching a brace of babes, embalmed with baby lotion, having a mock combat.
It’s interesting, but mud wrestling has long been a temple of eroticism reserved for the few. In Krakow, it’s fairly easy to attend a Balsamic Babes’ Clash, or BBC for short. But what is mud wrestling and what are its origins?
The simple definition of mud wrestling is a physical confrontation between 2 people liberally lubricated with mud or baby oil. The name of the game is “fun” and there is normally neither need nor intention to damage an opponent. Presumably due to the fact that embalming fluids are best applied to naked flesh (and a shit load easier to clean up afterwards), minimal clothing is worn. Hence the eroticism and appeal to a macho Krakow stag.
Typically, baby oil wrestling in Krakow takes place in a well heated and sensibly located venue with beer available to calm the spectator. It’s a social occasion and the sporting side is kept to a minimum, but it,s not unknown for stags to place bets on the winner of an exciting bout!
Not much is known about the precise origins of mud wrestling, but it possibly gained its first large scale airing in the 1966 R Lee Frost pseudo-documentary Mondo Freudo. Then, in the 80, a Texan wrestling promoter organized an “Indian Dirt Contest” in a sand pit. The fortunate outcome of an excess of water in the sand pit led to the combatants being caked in mud and the genesis of mud wrestling.
Such is the popularity of the event, that the fun is now available in nightclubs and is even used at fund raising events. For the Krakow stag party members, however, this can only be described as a “fun raising” addition to their itineraries.
But the human mind is a wonderful thing and infinite human imagination has engendered many sub-species of mud wrestling. The lubricant variations now include gelatine, rice pudding and even the ubiquitous mashed potato! Sometimes, participants are expensively dressed in fine evening wear – great fun to see an expensive outfit buggered beyond redemption, but in Krakow, clothing requirements are minimal! And, yes, the hapless stag is pulled into the ring in the final round and has his genital strengths (or weaknesses) publicly displayed for his envious (or derisive) mates!
Oil wrestling is a traditional sport in Turkey where it is often practised in all-male groups. Our readers may be assured, however, that Krakow stag groups only get to see fit and attractive ladies, glowing with health and baby oil, entertaining people and having fun themselves. No sweaty jock staps and no hairy bums to ruin a good day!
This is a harmless bit of fun and risk free for the healthy spectator, although those with weak hearts should seek medical advice before watching a bout between two nubile ladies. The Krakow stag party can certainly relax with oil wrestling – the BBC has finally become erotic!
We don’t mean to brag, but we probably have the market’s friendliest booking conditions: