“Come at Me, Bro” (2019), by Ethan Fuirst , with Ryan Meyer and Jake Murphy, by Nautilus.
Two gay athletes, perhaps in a college space, decide to try something different: a wrestling match, with purple mouth guards (similar to football players’) which make kissing less intimate. The guy with the vulnerable plaket button shirt gets pinned but survives.
I can remember a wrestling PE class in 11th grade when I accidentally kicked the assistant principal as he walked by. I also remember a softball game where I pitched a shutout and hit an inside-the-park homer.