Male Cheerleader KO’ed By Missile Dropkick To The Chin [Video]

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Being a male cheerleader certainly has its pros and cons. Although you may catch abuse from all of the jocks and some of your more masculine friends, you have the opportunity to work with some of the hottest girls in your school on a daily basis.

But although you may be on the mats with women, there is never an appropriate time to act like one. This male cheerleader was unfortunate enough to get KO’ed by a missile dropkick. Instead of taking the hit like a man and walking it off, this guy goes DOWN.

See? Sometimes female cheerleaders do bang male cheerleaders.

Check out the video below via Break!

Jason Thompson | Elite.

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