There's no reason your grilling set-up shouldn't be as badass as the meat it serves -- though not the meatheads it serves, as Mikey Triceps knows all the strippers down at Baby Dolls by name. Forging high-end implements for true meat warriors: Ox Brand Forge.
Using decidedly old-school blacksmithing and forging techniques to create nasty one-off 'Q-tensils, Ox's the work of a craftsman with over thirty years of experience, and whose claim to fame is (seriously) that he "manufactured the knife used by actor Leo Rossi in the film Maniac Cop 2"...he makes nice 'Q-tensils. Things get medieval in his dimly lit garage, where, eyeballing for temp, the business ends are hammered from steel or copper, and then fastened with custom rivets (to prevent food trap-age) to similarly beat-out handles designed for "form, strength, and functionality" to ensure they're "strong enough to be run over by a truck" -- appropriate, as these things are actually going to contribute to your spare tire. Mean grill-struments range from the classic fork/ spatula/ meat hook trio "The Wave"; to "The Knuckle" with twisted steel wrapped around the handles; to a less exact, more primitive-looking set with a fork, spade-like spatula, and battered hook collectively dubbed "The Wicked", also what people in Boston call "the anything".
The man with the hammer's also got a smattering of hazardous, knife-shaped mewelry, and is willing to do custom work from candelabras to hanging brackets, which Mikey clearly doesn't need to do any more of -- have you seen those things?