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Director: Jalin Fuentes
Company: Pitbull Productions
Cast: Tiger Tyson, Kidd, Viper (III), Chaos (II), Fly Guy, Jason Tiya, Rhythm, Pinky, The Rog, Carmello, Kidd Kai
Critical Rating: AAA
Genre: Gay and Bi

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Critical Rating: AAA

It's hard to deny the star quality of Tiger Tyson, who has built his name into a hot product that sells films. His two scenes here show off what's so damn hot about him: He's a rough, dominant total top that brandishes a huge dick, but also flashes a killer smile and shows brief moments of tenderness. He dirty talks his way through the opening scene, where he feeds both the holes of Fly Guy (including a nice mouth, face whipping with his dick), who is virtually invisible and can't match Tyson's energy. The dream pairing comes later, with Tyson and Jason Tiya spending a long time talking on the couch about their careers before getting naked. It's a hot visual, but the scene is a little one- sided and flat. Most of the scenes have some big dick but lack any connection between performers. The best intensity comes between Carmello and Kidd, while Pinky comes twice in his scene with Rhythm. The finale is somewhat of a snoozer, a talk fest with stroking and minimal oral between The Rog and Kidd Kai.

Retailing: Tyson's name alone is enough to get this attention from your ethnic section.


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Viper (III)
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Jason Tiya
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Tiger Tyson
Chaos (II)
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