Scissors Session SKYLAR RENE

Scissors Session SKYLAR RENE

So I was excited like a small child for this to happen. Skylar and I have been dancing near and far and never managing to actually make our diaries meet… until this week!

 

Now, caveat. Skylar cannot, for very good health reasons, conduct full or semi competitive sessions. She’s a hard-charging, go get’em kinda girl, and has picked up a few injuries, one of which was badly exacerbated in a match in image4Germany a couple of years ago. (That, and the danger of the hold involved is a discussion for another blog). Anyway, II was about to experience my first ever passive-session, where I was to be crushed senseless by Skylar and her famous, astonishing legs and ass. A new experience, but a transcendent one!

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So in person you’l struggle to meet a nicer girl. For someone who regularly tops the list of the most searched for names on this blog, who looks like she does and has the kind of aura she does, she is down to earth, kind, funny and has a good sense of humour. I cannot recommend her enough, especially if you’re afraid or nervous of sessioning. I’m not, but I can see how she would be superb at that.

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We all know what she’s good at – her scissors are legendary, as much as Rapture, and I can confirm no man would be able to tell the difference between them. The fact they have clashed thigh to thigh and lasted in each others scissors so long during that video is testament to their competitiveness, because I was squealing like a girl before she’d hit even 50% power.

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Yeah if you like scissors this is the girl to go for. At the end, she knocked me out, ignoring my taps (after I had explicitly asked for it) and the slow gradual increase in pressure from those massive but incredibly sexy thighs was relentless and never ending. I certainly didn’t see the end, I was out.

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Skylar is also incredibly sexy, and damn does she know it – and that’s great, because there is nothing hotter than a woman who knows her own attractiveness, and how to use it. I’m not often left stumbling for words, but I was this time.

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You’ll pay a premium for a session with her, a good twice what you would for a UK based wrestler, but she’s worth it. I certainly haven’t regretted it since, the extra cost is justified by the lack of opportunity, without travelling to California.

I think I have a new joint favourite….

 

 

Session RAPTURE

So, last week I managed to complete something i’ve been wanting to do for a very long time, which is meet and wrestle the astonishing Scissor Goddess, the one and only (and I don’t use that term lightly) Rapture.

A long term fixture in the session scene, the Nevada native is a 5’10, 15 inch bicep’d, 1000ibs leg pressing, has-been-training-in-BJJ-since-she-was-3, badass….. but who is also so very astonishingly nice and down to earth I had a brief struggle reconciling what I had expected before we met.

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The venue was the Submission Rooms, as ever – and right from turning up Rapture was absolutely lovely. Chilled out, relaxed, nice. Measured in her responses, but funny and engaging. Oh, and stunning. She’s tall and obviously heavily muscled, but still very female in shape… she’s a real knockout, and is so full figured in every way it can be a little over-whelming in person. Which kind of lets you know how the match would be…

So, that translates. Now, Rapture is super-experienced in the session scene, so if you have a request she can fulfil it. As i’ve said before, I tend to be a bit loose and free/easy with my sessions, I leave it deliberately ambiguous so that the girl can half dictate how it goes. In this case, it resulted in a relaxed atmosphere punctuated by bouts of extremely intense combat!

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She really has the ‘maximum violence’ switch thing down! Affable and nice one second, but in the match its all movement, power and aggression and it’s amazing, and intense. Especially as she’s clearly so well trained, and so FREAKING STRONG (more on that in a second), that intensity of effort can leave a guy overwhelmed and a little light headed! (Not just from the smothers, scissors, chokes that is…). You can tell this girl has been doing BJJ for 15+years too.

She’s in a class of three, this woman (the other two being Venom and Scorpion) against whom you’re pretty much helpless, or at least mostly unable to even slightly control the pace and direction of the match. She’s just too strong, too fast, too skilled to control ANYTHING, and it’s a delicious feeling knowing you’re being genuinely destroyed – and she’s so damn over the top hot doing it!

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LOOK AT HER THIGHS!!!

There’s also the strength thing. I mean, this is the girl who went, well, thigh to thigh with Skylar Rene and beat her 3-2 in a scissors challenge, and has held the ‘Scissor Goddess’ self imposed but totally deserved title for years. Man does she deserve it. Last session was Scorpion, who I gave strongest legs title too… well i’m afraid it’s been re-awarded. I guess if you can leg-press 1000ibs then that’s gonna happen… (Scorpion is still cripplingly strong though, ill just make that clear and frankly if either girl gets you you’re tapping before they hit 50% power!)

Raptures arms, legs, either are just so strong it’s untrue, however you wanna look at it the pressure she can exert is phenomenal and relentless… you never get to the point where the pressure maxes out, it just keeps… tightening. Mental. Oh, and DD breasts, literally blot out the light. Plus, unlike a lot of girls since shes tall, grapevines actually work since I couldnt use my length of leg to unwind the hook… I just can’t really describe and do her justice!

 

As you can probably tell, i’m a little light-headed still about this woman. She’s amazing, and although she charges a lot (especially by UK standards) she is worth every single penny/dime. Go visit her in Vegas, or if you find out when she is travelling GO SEE HER. For my part, i’m considering moving to Nevada…

 

 

Session SCORPION

So, I finally got around to locking up with Scorpion. I say finally, because this is take three (all my fault, a mixture of job interruptions and stupidity on my part). Throughout all Scorpion was professional and friendly and understanding, and gently mocking… a class act. This is a theme that has continued into the match!

I’ll put this here, out in front and clear. I’ve heard rumours (and if i’ve heard some others have) and I think it’s time to quash them now. Scorpion is a great technical wrestler, and improving all the time. Any rumours you may have heard of her not being the real deal skills wise are at best out-dated, at worst malicious. So. The session.

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So, in person Scorpion is much like she is if you follow any of her myriad social media efforts – engaging, intelligent and funny. Relaxed before or after the match she has what a lot of the best girls have, the ‘switch’, the point where the focus  comes on and she hurts you. She prefers, by her own admission to fight and beat guys and trust me, it shows.

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I always knew, kinda, what the session was going to be like. Scorpion is in phenomenal shape, and only getting bigger AND more cut. Just tall enough to match more tall guys, short enough to be able to move inside your legs and guard, and muscular/heavy enough to be almost damn impossible to shift from mount. Or your back, or wherever she’s taken up residence.

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That’s because she moves around the mats very well (symptom of her BJJ training) and is getting ever better in the chess game that is BJJ, and mixing it with a dollop of freestyle wrestling. It’s a potent combination if you’re a guy looking for a strong woman with the skills to back it up. I’ve not been in so much after-fight pain since Venom put me through the wringer, and I can’t find much higher praise than that!

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Now, I know I say this every damn time. “Her legs are so strong/her thighs are vicious/her quads are so strong” blah blah…. and to be honest i’ve not wrestled a girl who couldn’t crack ribs with her thighs. Isabella and Venom do stand out as particularly strong… but I think Scorpion has genuinely taken this title. Plus, in her words ‘I LOVE head-scissors’. At no point was I able to last past (in her estimate) about 40 to 50% of her power in a head-scissors. I think the longest I managed to go was 1.7 seconds, and that’s only because she took it slower so I could ‘enjoy it more’…. cheers, Scorpion…

Body-scissors the same, and if you like scissor-holds and applications you must try her out. I can only think of a few girls in the UK and the US who could match her, who aren’t professional body-builders. The advantage she has that despite being so strong, it’s a really functional strength that means she’s as quick and flexible as some one much smaller.

To be honest though, stressing how powerful her scissors are detract from how many other holds she knows. Since starting 8 months ago, pretty much constant and solid training has resulted in a breadth of holds and vicious traps that will leave you tapping out from most angles.

Scorpion was a great match. I had an absolute blast, both before and after the match. I have pretty straight and simple tastes, but having talked to others who’ve visited her, her breadth of capability with what she can offer is pretty damn wide… take advantage guys, especially as she’s stepped out of domme pricing (£200+) down into the standard £150 rate. Take advantage guys, and in extra good news she travels, a LOT.

 

 

Session (fight!) AMETHYST HAMMERFIST

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.

Review FIGHTPULSE

This is the first video review for a while for me, but a company has recently taken my fancy and after a splurge of videos I think it good to comment on it, if only to direct those of you who don’t know of it yet to them, because there is much to like.

Fightpulse is one of the European Companies, and has been running for a quite a while now. They have a small number of in house wrestlers, and do a good job of attracting travelling girls to appear in the videos – Skylar Rene, Scorpion and the great VeVe Lane are two such women, both of whom appear on the website.

A few things strike you from the website and the videos themselves, and it’s something I always comment on as its so often overlooked – the production values. Italian Female Wrestling is brilliant, and a few other companies make some effort towards effects, but Fightpulse is really very good, from the lead in, to the graphics to the quality of the video itself. All in all, whatever you watch and from the general experience of using the website, it’s clean, and slick, and well produced.

The videos themselves are good. I will throw in a slight negative, in that the choice is a bit limited right now – especially in Fem vs Fem, but the matches that are there are very good. Diana is a superb wrestler and her match with Veve is a real example of Judo vs Bjj that anyone with an appreciation for the technical side of session wrestling would really enjoy – if anything, watching two so highly skilled women really go for it is brilliant, and I enjoyed the match right up until one woman finally emerged victorious!

The Fem vs Male matches are also good, because the males in them aren’t the usual ‘lie down and take it’ or worse ‘pretend, badly, to fight back’ stock. The guys they bring in go for it, with no holding back so when the women wins it’s so much more intense and satisfying to watch. It’s a good paradigm to establish, and I would commend Skylar Renes MvF matches on the site to anyone. I will say one thing, a common gripe of mine, that they mix Pins and Submissions – that most annoying of styles that prevents either being used fully, and often gives the worse fighter a chance, but there we go – I know plenty of fans who like it!

All in all, this is a short review but one that reflects Fightpulse. It’s a very well run, well shot, well designed company, producing quality matches from an excellent stable of male and female wrestlers, who are often well matched up to produce the best matches. I really would suggest that if you like most forms of FvF or FvM wrestling, go on over and purchase a match, you won’t regret it!

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Session ORSI B and KIMBRA

Well, this is an interesting one for me. As i’ve said before, when I went to Alpha Femmes to wrestle Isabella to directly compare/contrast my previous experiences, I do like matching the same wrestler to a different studio, the first time. Well, i’ve had my first (long overdue) experience of Pippa the Rippers Submission Room Studio is North London, and very impressed I was too!

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So I fought Orsi B, and Kimbra. Orsi B I have fought before, and Kimbra was new to me. However, to begin with the service and studio… for those who have not been. Firstly, it’s easy enough to get too – from the tube, a short walk down residential streets will lead you to where you need to be, and once inside all is well, because it’s a GREAT little set-up. The showers and mats, and changing areas in some of the studios i’ve been too have been a bit…. decrepit? At least, not too fresh. The Submission Room is clean, well maintained, neat and well thought out. The fact it used to be house or flat or similar is obvious and has been well laid out. The matted room is large, and crucially as an air conditioning unit in it, a brilliant addition that is worth it’s weight on a humid day like friday was!

Another mention needs to go to Pippa – faultlessly helpful, and in the face of my awkward time switching was polite an helpful, and although initially my time couldn’t change, when there was a chance she remembered and offered up the switch. I know most studio bosses would do this, but to have it proven is always nice.

So in short, excellently run, and very good facilities… i’d go so far as to say that, currently, it’s my favorite setup within London. I’m not saying others are bad, but the little things mean a lot and it’s just a well thought out area. Anyway, the wrestlers!

Firstly, Orsi B – still stunning, still viciously strong for her size, still as funny and smiley as she was last time. I leap at the chance to wrestle her again, as she’s so much fun each time, mixed with some real skill in catch/submission wrestling un-effected by a BJJ influence, in true mainland european fashion. I have written a full review of my first session elsewhere, and the same applies… if anything though, she’s got even stronger!

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I’d like to focus more time on the new session – Kimbra. Of the same team as Orsi herself, Kimbra is a tall, very athletic woman with a quick smile and a manner at odds with her video performances. Those who have seen her fighting other women for Fem Wrestle will see someone intense, quick, vicious and relentless. She goes for the other women hard, with little to no mercy and no quarter asked or given. Go watch her fight Venom… not wrestle, fight, because that’s what it is.

So I was expecting much the same, an intense match which would leave me battered and panting and adrenaline soaked. In all fairness, the first two aspects are correct… but her attitude in person is totally not what I expected. She’s warm, and nice and attentive, checking to make sure that the match was within the realms of what i’d like (i’m useless at specifying, either rules or attire or anything, I tend to just leave it as it gives me a chance to see what the wrestlers do when left to their own devices). I mean, when locked up that intensity shone through, and we flipped and flung all over the place fighting for position, but outside of the actual grappling Kimbra couldn’t be a nicer person.

She’s a tall woman, with impressive musculature which can lead, should you be so inclined, into strength tests and long protracted muscle to muscle struggles, something she is more than happy to lock up with. Her long limbs are lithely muscled and her legs, in line with so many women in this business are frighteningly strong, and i’d actually put them up with Venom and Isabella in some of the top three i’ve had the ‘pleasure’ of experiencing. Her knowledge of joint holds is good too, and she will use the wide wide range of locks on most parts of your arm should you be unwary with how you leave an arm trailing.

Her scissors and triangles are as you’d expect, viciously tight and easily applied. I got the feeling she was leaving off using them too much, as unless you’re as stubborn as I can be, she understands that to trap someone with them will gain a tap, body or neck, and to avoid repetitive wrestling mixes it up with her good knowledge of the holds. I got the feeling a few times that she was well within her comfort zone, and was ranging her effort up an down with mine, a great talent and one which would recommend her to guys new to wrestling or new to the scene – some girls would just go all out and smash the shit out of the guy… solving nothing and possibly scaring him away. Not so in Kimbras case!

Both girls charge a little more than we’re used too in the UK industry – a function of the travel, I guess, which can take you unawares. However, I would not hesitate to recommend either girl, should you have the chance to wrestle them. Both girls will give you a good competitive match, Kimbra will break you, Orsi will hammer you. Either way you’ll have a great time.

Interview AMETHYST HAMMERFIST

I shouldn’t have favourites if I do this, but I do. There are a few women who I can’t help but like the style of – for whatever reason, be it looks, technique, attitude or skills. A real newcomer to the scene, Amethyst is slowly worming her way into that list by her sheer fucking attitude – it’s brilliant, ‘fiesty’ doesn’t begin to cover it, but it also covers a really keen intelligence and a brilliant ethic. I would put money on her becoming a firm fan favourite, and until that point, enjoy the interview – I think you’ll be as impressed as I am!

1. Amethyst… So. new(ish) to the scene? I hear you have history with fighting girls, like a girl?
Like a girl? I have more of a history fighting men actually, but that’s another story, most of which can be read in my criminal record file. I am a good girl now though, I really am and I wish for there to be no more court cases or broken things.

2. Ah, so a cat fighter… is there anything else? Are you trained in any other form of combat?

I did Karate as a kid, after I got brought home by Police the foster family suggested I do some sort of martial arts. I achieved a purple belt, which is practically a black belt. I currently train in BJJ,  but mostly do boxing now; I do that far more often. I go to the gym when I can, I love weight lifting; I love that pain after a good session and seeing my muscles grow.

3. Quite the fighter then… who introduced you into session wrestling?
Some weird but lovely dude when I was 19. I did catfighting and a couple of wrestling clips, then became a stripper, then an adult TV presenter, then I thought I should do something with this amazing brain of mine and took my fake tits to university and got a First, but now I want to just roll around sweating and grunting and hurting people being Amethyst Hammerfist.
4. Which studio do you fight out of currently?
The Submission Room, London, but am free to travel elsewhere, especially The Bahamas

5. What’s your approach to the wrestling then? Is it different vs a guy than it is vs a girl?

Certainly! I don’t like fighting girls, unless I know I could beat the crap out of them. And with men, well, I am way more sexy and use that as a weapon, which I can’t do with hetro girls. I really need to fight women who are sexually attracted to me… I need to fight some lesbians, clearly. I would love to fight some straight/bi trans-men. Talking of sexuality and gender… I have a transgendered friend who wants to tag-team with me, she’s very sexy and great fun and has the best arse and thighs you have ever seen. If anyone fancies taking us both on, let me know.

6. Who’s your favorite opponent thus far… if you have one?

I do have one but I can’t say his name. It was a very hot, sweaty and intense match with lots of eye contact and we were flipping over, all over the place, and bouncing everywhere. There was a real connection and energy between us. Think we may have fancied each other a bit.

7. If you could call anyone out in the session industry right now, who would it be? Girl, and guy?

There are tonnes of men I want to session with, I shall wait for them to come to me! April Hunter would be my number one, I fucking love her, she is hot as fuck. I’d love to do some crazy shit with Saharra Huxley but in a wrestling match, she’d pulverize me. I’d get her back in other ways though!

8. I must ask – do you have a favorite move? If so, why…

I love so many, I love the creativity and effectiveness of the moves… the whole size vs skill thing is fascinating and empowering. There are moves I like, and moves I like doing. I love doing Guillotine Chokes and Hammerlocks and obviously it feels great when I have someone in a Triangle Choke, and even better when that’s stemmed from a Mounted Triangle Choke. If I fancy my opponent, or think they fancy me, I like administering a hard and busty Grapevine and holding hard as fuck until I hear their pants rip.

9. So what plans… sessions vs guys, any fem vs fem competitive stuff in the works?
I’m doing a pro wrestling course with This is Progress as I want to learn how to Moonsault. I am working on personal weird projects, belly punching and some fetish films. I’d like to get into the whole beatdown thing more, they didn’t call me The Hammerfist for nothing, I have a lot of rage and hammerfisting just makes me feel so good, so any hardcore subby pain sluts out there, do give me a call! As for mixed wrestling, I’m not yet ready for female competitive so I will carry on training, I just want to get better, that is my aim. If I get real good, I’ll travel the world wrestling and possibly hammerfisting.

10. Would you go back to catfighting?

Yeah, totally! I kind of wish I could do it RIGHT NOW as I woke up really fucking angry today (pissed off about my shoulder and back injury preventing me from boxing and weight lifting), it’s making me moody as fuck and I want to beat the shit out of someone, but in a fun way, on film.

11. What could guys expect from a session with you?

Well, first of all it depends on what they are after, I specialise in various things. Overall though: energetic, intense, sweaty and feisty FUN. I think men are usually surprised by my intelligence and kind nature – I might have a sadistic and violent streak but I care deeply about people, especially emotionally, and I just want everyone to feel good. I like making people feel good.

12. Who do you admire currently in the industry?

I said this in my last interview, it’s not changed. Scorpion and Killpussy. Killpussy is the kind of woman I used to look up to as a child, and want to be like, physically and in attitude. Scorpion is not only an awesome wrestler but a truly dedicated and very professional one, she’s taught me some real cool things which totally encouraged me. Giving her time to help new girls, for free, that’s pretty cool, truly grateful for that, and she’s a cracking personality. In the US Veve Lane and Saharra Huxley, I would love to do some freaky shit with Saharra, she looks like she’s as twisted in the mind as I am! I bet I could out-twist her though.

13. Do you have any travel plans?

I love travelling. That is when i am at my happiest. When I was in my 20’s I travelled the world, best time of my life. To travel with wrestling would be awesome, so basically I have to get really good so I can do that.

14. What’s the next move for you then…?

Well, I’m going to a breathplay/cling film/vacbed party in an hour or so, so I guess I had better practice holding my breath… and not moving.

15. Any final points?
I believe in that quote”successful people build each other up”. This is a niche scene, which means it deserves some love. It doesn’t matter what studio you work for (if you predominantly work for one), it shouldn’t matter if you use one studio more than others (every one of us is entitled to chose wtf we want/to work where the fuck we want) – we should all support each other; the girls to be even more badass and confident session fighters, the men who session with them should be encouraging them, and everyone should respect each other’s differences and onions to avoid politics and bitching, and worse, gossip! If you love the scene you’d surely want it to be a happy, safe and fulfilling place which grows and achieves and does all it wants to? Yep, not everyone is going to get on; if you have beef with someone, fine, keep it to yourselves away from the scene where most of us get on by treating it with respect and using it to share with each other all the awesome things it has to offer.

 

Oh, and eat your greens!