Former WCW SuperStar wrestler Marcus "Buff" Bagwell has been spending his time in-between wrestling matches as a gigolo on the Showtime series "Gigolos" and is listed on the Cowboys4Angels website for women seeking male companionship. Bagwell reportedly commands $800 for two hours of his "services" to $1,550 for four hours, $3,000 for overnight where a weekend will run one $8,000 and for a full week with "Buff the Stuff" it will cost $25,000. Bagwell also has went on record and said that he has indeed had sex with some of the women who have taken him up on his escort services. Reports that started to circulate Monday say Bagwell has now signed a contract with adult video company Vivid Entertainment, the industry leader in celebrity sex tapes and parodies and that his wife Judy was with him when the contract was signed but according to Vivid the deal has not been signed yet.
Vivid founder and CEO Steven Hirsch said, "Buff has what it takes to be a celebrity sex tape superstar. We don't have a deal yet but discussions are ongoing."
Having had success with former WWE star and Intercontinental Champion Chyna and the number of adult films she starred in, Vivid is obviously interested in Bagwell. Fans have been wondering aloud if a Bagwell and Chyna tape could be a possibility and while anything is possible Chyna is not currently under contract to Vivid though Vivid would most likely welcome her back, especially if it meant her starring in a film with a former pro wrestler.
Bagwell started his career in Texas under a Lone Ranger type masked as The Handsome Stranger and morphed into Marcus "Buff" Bagwell in the now defunct WCW where he won the World Tag Team Championship on four different occasions.
When WCW folded and was bought by the WWE Bagwell made an unforgettable appearance on Monday Night RAW and was released the next day. Bagwell's mother was blamed for helping expedite his release from the WWE after allegedly calling the WWE offices and requesting time off for Bagwell to heal nagging injuries.
Bagwell appeared for a short time for TNA before returning full time to the indie circuit working mostly in the Mid-Atlantic area. In 2012 Bagwell was critically injured in a car wreck and almost lost his life after suffering a seizure while driving. Bagwell was able to recover from a number of serious injuries including a broken jaw and facial injuries that required metal plates to be inserted in his face.