Ok, this one has taken me a lot of time. I’ve been pretty slack actually, usually my reviews fire up online the day, or day after I wrestle someone and it’s been two whole weeks since my collision with Amethyst Hammerfist, and finally I feel about ready that I can sit down and write an accurate review of the session, and what you as a fan, wrestler or, if you’re another female session wrestler who does videos, will get out of the session.
Amethyst has kind of exploded onto the scene. It’s the best term for her, exploded as she’s all emotion. Nothing is done by halves, nothing is done quietly its anger, happiness, love, laughter, hate, EMOTION in everything she applies herself too, and that comes out online, even before you meet her. She is a prolific (some, me, would say addicted… which is cool, I am too) tweeter, and for the short time she could stand facebook she went mad on there too.
A Submission Room wrestler, she’s also very vocal in how much training she’s doing. With some pretty in depth catfighting experience in the past, the switch to submission wrestling is fairly new here but, as with everything she does, it’s something that she’s charged headlong into and now has base level training in a full selection of martial arts as well as the purer submission style.
I’ll say it now, she has a ways to go. Her intelligence and voracious thirst for knowledge and experience in wrestling and fighting means she is learning FAST but she isn’t a Venom or Athena, with years and years of martial arts training to fall back on… how that translates when you fight her I’ll deal with later, but I think it’s worth this background. Currently her skill level is basic but improving, but probably two weeks after I’ve fought her, at the rate she’s learning she’ll already be noticeably better. If you read this in 2016…. Who knows. Being passionate about everything, and specifically this, can move mountains. Or master the fuck out of a triangle choke in double quick time….
I’ve dealt with the Submission Room experience previously. I think it remains my favourite venue so far… Pippa remains every helpful, but the general setup of changing room and mat room just seems well thought out and comfortable. I’m not saying other places aren’t, I hasten to say, just that TSR seems to ‘fit’ really well. So, bravo and well recommended as ever!
Amethyst… well, when she meets you you’re struck about her smallish physical size compared to her presence. She’s petite but busty, and getting more muscular again by the day – and again when you first meet her she’s actually fairly quiet. Really nice, but quiet, almost like she’s sizing you up but also weighing and measuring you. Whatever, I felt immediately at ease which is the most important skill a session wrestler can have, in it’s own way.
She’s also one of the most aggressively forwards leaning when it comes to working out what a customer wants from the session. Now, I deliberately leave my requests vague – I find it means it’s more natural and my opponent and I slip into the most fun vibe. Amethyst did this, with no qualm, but she certainly asked more questions trying to force me into laying out what I want! I believe this to be her wish to make it the best session possible, rather than uncertainty, to her credit. I’m just an awkward customer…
She’s stunning, clearly, and knows it. Not only this, but an adult modelling background means she’s aware of how to move, stand and… well, pose, to show herself off to best effect.
Lets be absolutely clear – and I know for a FACT some guys reading this are in denial of this fact, or wouldn’t admit it to anyone, what we do, what I write about, this entire industry, is a FETISH. It’s about us guys, usually, getting turned on or excited by wrestling very attractive girls. There’s wild variation between what part of wrestling girls – facesit, scissors, competitive, feet, whatever – that gets us going, but baseline, it’s fetish and that’s OK.
Now I’m going to make a few statements about Amethyst soon, and any session wrestler reading this may get a ‘I fucking do that’ or ‘I can do that as well’ feeling. I know, girls. I know that 95% of girls in this session industy understand that it’s fetish, and can do the sensual, sexy thing very well. The difference I found… in my opinion… that I feel, is that Amethyst really exists in the moment.
I get the feeling… I know… that there is a sub-set of session wrestling girls (no I wont pass names, but they’re out there) who will maybe even recognise themselves when they read this, who do this as a job to make money from easily led guys. It’s a small number but they exist, and I’ve even heard from several how disparaging they are about the fan-base. Maybe they even enjoy their roles as these semifamous ‘faces’ within the niche industry, but the fans are viewed as cash cows, irritants to gain money from… which is, to say the least, a shame. What sets Amethyst apart, from so many (but not all I hasten to add) is that she exists in the fetish, with the guy she’s wrestling.
Many reviews are arriving about her – social media obsessive that she is, attention is high and looking like she does it’s only natural guys want to look at and talk to her– and all say how intense and emotional and tense sessioning with her is. It’s because, like I said, she gets into and enjoys the fetish with the guy. It’s almost her turnon too, to scissor, foot worship, facesit, whatever, and although there is categorically no sexual overtones or especially not actions, the feeling and emotion of two intensely emotionally charged people in the moment of the struggle is there. She is very very good at bringing it to the fore and that’s what makes a session with her so intense.
To talk about the physical side of it – well, she’s strong for her size, out of proportion to it… her legs are vicious and she can leave you senseless if you get trapped in her headscissors… as I found out, twice. She’s constantly aggressive, constantly coming at you, locking herself too you breathing hard and sweaty and with teeth clenched and snarls and grunts of anger…. She doesn’t act, she lets her emotions run wild and the best thing you can do is let yours go in return. She’s small but can take a fall or a hold as well as most… tenacious and, to use her own favourite word, FEISTY.
Currently I’d put her in the mix as a top 3 in the UK fantasy wrestler, and a good semi comp wrestler, and a really fun comp wrestler for guys that aren’t too large. I think, due to her size and still learning phase she’d struggle with some of the huge guys out there… but that’s not to say that she wouldn’t go at you like a hellcat. She’s a naturally good grappler… with more training she’ll be lethal.
I’ll leave you with a story… a description because for all of the words I’ve left above I think it’ll sum up the session as well as anything, so if you’ll indulge me….
We’d been fighting for about 40 minutes… it had got dark outside, and with only one light in the mat room it was more of a golden glow, a halflight, softer than human lighting usually is. She’d worked her way on top of me, and locked thighs around my head and neck, as I was facing up her body, tanned and toned and glowing in the light. Music played, I don’t remember what exactly but it matched the fact the fight had slowed down to a vicious sense… only mine and her gasps filled the air and I stared up the length of her body as I felt her thighs clench around my neck again, squeezing tighter as we locked gazes, her eyes on mine, striking sparks, as her lip curled back and she sneered… four seconds later I was tapping out increasingly frantically and she just kept the hold on, eyes still on mine. It was so cool in the room, and we had been going so hard that our bodies were literally steaming, the mist curling up from bare skin and that’s when we locked gazes through as she scissored me unconscious, left hand grasping my hair to hold me into her legs right elbow propping her up to get a good look at me falling to her…
I think we both took something from that. That’s the feeling you get wrestling her, and I wholeheartedly recommend her to anyone. Be clear what you want, and you’ll get it. Emotion. So often overlooked, but so SO important.