'We're here for a horse show or a dog show -- not to make babies,' one told Fox 6 in Wisconsin.Beasley however seemed unrepentant on social media and suggested to critics that they did not know 'the real life s*** that people are going through'. He wrestles under the name Bobby Valentino and his character is referred to at matches as 'the gay bar superstar'.First, it's important to mention that the people behind the kiss cam have been known to fake awkward moments like this, and it's very possible that this kiss cam fail was faked as well. There's not a clear record on when the kiss cam first popped up in sporting events, but Deadspin estimates that it became A Thing in the early 90s.Since then, the people controlling the camera have historically panned only to pairs of men and women.Earlier this year, the NFL promised to showcase more diversity in who the people who wield kiss cam power choose to put up on the big screen — including a promise to include more same-gender couples — but this still isn't without problems.
Others who attended the fair were disgusted by the pair.
This man-woman focus ignores the possibility that some sports fans could be in same-gender relationships, and until recently sporting stadiums have made no effort to acknowledge the existence of queer people via the kiss cam.
The NFL showcased it's first same-gender kiss on a kiss cam last year — roughly 26 years after the kiss cam began.
A wrestler and a woman reported to be his ex-wife have been arrested after being caught having sex at the Wisconsin State Fair.
Robert Beasley, 28, and Desiree Anderson, also 28, were filmed engaging in the lewd act on the bleachers at the State Fair Park in Milwaukee on Saturday.