Chicago — Award-winning adult star Will Pounder is the subject of a revealing new interview in Fleshbot’s famous “Twenty Questions” series.
One of the busiest male performers in the World of X, Pounder’s acting chops and sexual performance skills make him the kind of leading man who elevates any scene he’s in, and brings out the best in his female co-stars. Pounder took time from her busy schedule to talk with Fleshbot’s Holly Kingstown in a penetrating new interview for the site
“Male porn star Will Pounder has fucked some of porn’s hottest stars and he has the reputation for being a reliable, nice, kind and considerate performer,” Kingstown’s article begins. “Because of this, he gets cast a freaking ton including by the fine folks at Fleshbot sister site Cherry Pimps.”
Asked for a single piece of advice he would give to brand new male performers, Pounder answered, “People are going to try and convince you to take pills, or inject yourself to get your dick hard. My BIGGEST piece of advice is… don’t. Work out, eat healthy, don’t take anything that’s a vasoconstrictor on shoot days and remember stress and anxiety cause fight or flight and your dick will not work in fight or flight no matter how many pills you take.”
To his fans, Pounder added, “Thank you for all the love and support, kick ass and make today better than yesterday. We have one shot at this thing called life, why not make the best of it?”
Will Pounder is one of the adult film world’s busiest and most esteemed male performers.
In addition to his steady flow of scene work for top studios including Deeper, Brazzers, Reality Kings, Adam & Eve and Penthouse, the rock-steady Pounder has earned a reputation as the king of VR scenes, frequently anchoring shoots for companies such as VR Bangers, Pornhub Originals VR, and WankzVR.
“I must say I’m incredibly grateful,” Pounder remarked. “I’m just a guy from a small town trying to make it in a grown man’s world. I feel like I’m living in a dream working with such beautiful women. Is this even real?”
A devoted health & fitness advocate and accomplished mixed martial artist, while in the Marine Corps he competed on weekends, taught the All-Marine Grappling Team, ran the All-Marine Competition Team at Camp Pendleton, and started the jiu-jitsu club in Marine Corps Air Station Miramar in 2008.
After appearing on the TV series “A Grunt’s Life,” Pounder joined the adult industry in 2017.
In August 2019, he competed in a team grappling tournament televised by UFC Fight Pass, fighting on the team captained by former UFC welterweight, mixed martial artist and boxer Chris “Lights Out” Lytle.
Pounder was honored with two awards, including the coveted the Best Male Newcomer trophy, at the January 2020 AVN Awards ceremony in Las Vegas.