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Mar 14

Remembering Former Raging Stallion Exclusive Roman Ragazzi

AEBN and gay porn fans all over the globe are mourning the loss of onetime Raging Stallion Studios exclusive performer Roman Ragazzi, who passed away Thursday, February 23, 2012. He was 38 years old and a native of Israel. Even in this sad time, we’d like to remember and celebrate his beauty.

 

This hairy muscle stud’s rock-solid and furry body was a large part of his charm, but his manly, handsome face with its constant five o’clock shadow was what drew a lot of us in first. His tree-trunk legs and six-pack abs were a thing of pure beauty. From head to toe, Roman was perfectly proportioned and would have fit right in on Mount Olympus. Maybe his best physical trait of all was that thick, nine-inch cock that he clearly knew how to use (see him fuck Damien Crosse in the 2008 release Home Bodies), although he was mostly a bottom. By far his most popular movie in our theatres has been Grunts: The New Recruits, a military fetish classic released in November 2007 – Roman’s real-life military training added realism to his scene with superstar Ricky Sinz that took it over the top. He appeared in all three volumes of the Grunts series.

A former Israeli military trainer, Roman began performing in 2007 and shot to the top of the ranks as one of Raging Stallion’s prime studs during his all-too-short career. Raging Stallion head Chris Ward named Roman the studio’s Man of the Year in 2008 — unfortunately the same year he was embroiled in a scandal after The New York Post‘s Page Six outed him for working at the Israeli consulate, forcing him to resign.

 

Roman stopped doing porn in 2008 and started a personal training and fitness company called Freedom Fitness. He returned to the spotlight this year when he appeared alongside fellow former porn stars Blu Kennedy and Nick Gruber in the January issue of Out Magazine for a fashion spread titled “New York’s Finest.”

 

“He was probably the hottest man I have ever filmed — a massive man of pure beauty, intelligence and kindness. He was perfect in every possible way,” Chris Ward said upon learning of Roman’s passing.