• #16 by Timmon on 28 May 2018
  • Very sad news. the street fighter always helped when he could.
    Not that long ago he worked hard to improve the quality of a decaying VHS tape I posted, and was always there with advice on how to upload old material.
    And always appreciative of other members posts, and of course a prolific poster of his own material.

    RIP the street fighter, you are missed.
  • #17 by e_honda on 28 May 2018
  • I just read this last night and was shocked and saddened to say the least. The Street Fighter was one of the most valuable posters of this forum and things will never be the same without him.

    I'm certainly going to miss hearing from him. He not only spent countless hours editing and posting vintage that we all love seeing here, but he'd make great posts with a lot of enthusiastic insight, which included his own personal experiences from the past. He kept things light hearted and entertaining and the best thing about this board was always reading one of his new video posts with commentary.

    I had the fortune of exchanging several PMs with him over the years and he was just a great guy. My condolences to his friends and family and anyone who had the fortune of knowing him.
  • #18 by mfmc on 29 May 2018
  • He was a friend of mine. We fell out of contact. I will miss him. He got me to get out of my house and go to my first fbb show. I'll never forget the guy. He was top notch. I'm really, really sad.
  • #19 by superdeub on 29 May 2018
  • Very sad news...
  • #20 by mangodebango on 30 May 2018
  • I didn't know him personally, but I offer my condolences to his friends and family.

  • #21 by Unicron on 31 May 2018
  • I'm stunned.

    Although we never got the chance to meet in person, we chatted during a live Wings of Strength stream, which he invited me to, and exchanged several PM's about our passions, encounters, and experiences with FBB's. He was the first person I shared a detailed message with about a long-term and very complicated friendship I had with a FBB. Street Fighter suggested I start my own website pertaining to FBB's, but that's still up in the air. He wanted to create a site of his own for Asian FBB's akin to Ebony-Muscle.

    Not to mention, he guided me in the right direction for rare content and some exceptional editing software. I never told him about how my conversation went with someone he suggested I contact, which went real well. I wanted to send him a rare Beate Draebing video I'm sure he would've liked. I regret my procrastination, but everything happens for a reason.

    I believe he's in a much better place now and no longer has to suffer. He was a good guy. My condolences and positive energy go out to his family, loved ones, and friends. He will be missed, but never forgotten. Rest in paradise, my good friend. Your posts still are some of the best.
    • Unicron
  • #22 by femcepsfan on 31 May 2018
  • Really sad and devastating news.

    The Street Fighter was a huge part of why I like this forum. He's posts were always OUTSTANDINGLY brilliant.

    • femcepsfan
  • #23 by ozzyfm on 15 Jun 2018
  • Wow... I'm really, really touched by this very sad news... You guys have already say a lot of very nice things about him, and i come here a few time after you, so i suppose thay what i could say won't be very different from what i' ve read it.

    We exchanged about our love for muscles several times, and he seemed to be such a nice man. His passion was really sincere and his love to share it was also so cool! I will miss him.

    R.I.P. mate...
    • ozzyfm
  • #24 by valentino on 25 Jun 2018
  • Really Sad News...

    Rest in Peace

    The Street Fighter
    • valentino
  • #25 by taedea67 on 27 Jun 2018
  • What a terrible news. He was the one who gave me the ESPN coverage of the first women Musclemania in 1994.  Very knowledgeable guy.  He'll be sorely missed.  My condolences to his family.