I was browsing the links in order to make a housekeeping, due to Google Blogger failure to fix the updating problem (after six months, I guess it is not a priority...), when I stumble upon the venerable Fighting Females Video Rental Club (FFVRC). I checked the link and they are alive with 7,000 titles to rent! Since they opened up in 1984, they should be the oldest female fighting related business in operation.
I used their services in 1990s for a couple of years and they were always reliable. The only shortcoming was the difficulty of getting the first priority video in the request list; but, since they had so many unseen fights, it was not a big deal to get the second or third option.
I wander how they have gotten to stay in business after so many changes in technology - PCs were still a novelty and the Web was just a twinkle in Tim Berners-Lee eye. My VHS player, for instance, should nowadays be an iPhone dock connector after being recycled...
Browsing its huge catalog, one may find fighting gems - like Video Sports combats, which are almost impossible to watch over the Internet. How much does it cost a VHS player on eBay????