Monday, March 31, 2014

Great Outfits, Bellies Not So

My beloved Mutiny, one of the nicest wrestlers in the business, is losing the battle against the weight as the combat below reveals. Fortunately, the skimpy outfits are sexy and grab our attention along with interesting holds. By the way, her adversary, Dayana, should be her mate in the local chapter of the Weight Watchers. The video is MW-379.

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12 comments:

  1. They're actually Very much at a Good weight: Not scrawny ... Not so thin that they could be put on a Facebook homepage for a group of fems 1 step ahead of being anorexic ... and definitely Not candidates for Weight Watchers [not by a long shot (imho)].

    They're both Gorgeous (again, imho).

    The wrestling part ??? ... If it weren't for the fact that this event was basically an exercise in fun (not funniness, which it sucks at) it would hardly be relevant ... but at least the participants make up for that in appearance.

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  2. Fair and balanced. You're speaking the truth.

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  3. Why, again, is there a comment suggesting the women in this video are overweight or somehow not visually pleasing? Beautiful, sensuous women come in all shapes and sizes, and some of us...I'd guess many... welcome lush full bodied ladies and don't need for every attractive woman to be a rail thin, pin-up styled woman. you have such a tremendous site, why spoil it with the constant negative comments about women's weight...?

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  4. Maybe to elicit more feedback from users to the page. There are ample visitors but little conversation. The creator of this blog's opinions are his, whether I agree or not is a space for a great debate. Irregardless of our differing options, I applaud him for his effort to create such an abundant resource for all varieties of female combat with fresh content almost daily. It's a surprise to me that no one usually comments unless they disagree as opposed to the opposite.

    I've always wondered always wondered what the thought process and discussions of those in attendance at the live events (Ultimate Surrender to DWW to Hellfire Club). Are there any meaningful conversations or is everyone just awkward? Anybody care to comment who has been to one??

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    1. Thanks, I couldn´t have a better answer. I publish every comment (except spam and offensive ones) to incentive debate, fresh views and possibly change producer´s strategies. Unfortunately, feedback is not frequent and comes mostly from US (50% of the Blog viewers). Anyway, it is something...
      As to your suggestion, I would love to hear first-hand reports of those events. More, since I know a couple of fighters (Mutiny, Ziggy and Lynn Marie) have stop by this Blog, it would be remarkable if we could know THEIR view about this odd business.

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  5. I think she's gorgeous and in no way shape or form overweight. She's got curves, like Kate Upton. I'd much rather find her waiting for at home for a bedroom wrestling session than alot of the other girls who fill the adult wrestling scene today.

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  6. I disagree. They are in no way overweight. I think they both are ultra-sexy with their curves and would love to wrestle either in any state of dress or undress. Some of the girls on fightingdolls have similar builds and turn me on just as much. I especially like seeing a curvy girl dominate a skinny one.

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  7. A woman's perspective - not as a matter of aesthetics (to each their own!) but Mutiny simply does not look healthy at that weight to me.

    Bobbi

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    1. Hmmmmm ... interesting female observation ... That's a good statement of what I'm referring to. It will definitely be a sign of progress in society when all of us finally get over the belief that equating "substantial" women [i.e., so-called "plus-size" women or women who have more mass and weight than whoever happens to be on this month's homepage of the latest women's fashion sites or shown on the hard cover magazines (and no ... that doesn't mean obese, which would be bad no matter what)] is a sign of "unhealthiness."

      Actually, as hard as it might be to believe, for women in this genre such substantial body mass and weight is probably a sign of good health (imho) ...

      I completely agree with you that each has his or her own aesthetic likes and dislikes. My point is I only hope for the day when one can separate aesthetics from what constitutes a state of good health ... because they don't necessarily belong in the same category (again, imho).

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  8. Panther,

    As a woman, I really appreciate men like you who are not hung up on size!

    I would disagree with you on one point. There is weight below obese at which a person can just be unhealthy. Given Marilyn/Mutiny is 5'3 or so and has a naturally petite frame, carrying so much extra weight can put a strain on her heart, knees, bones, and joints. Obesity is a major problem, but short of being obese carrying so much extra weight can be unhealthy both in the short term and long term. Bobbi

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    1. Much Thanks for that Bobbi ...

      Yes, I can understand your points. I suppose you could be unhealthy even if your mass and weight are "over" what is medically gauged to be appropriate but not considered obese for your height and physical frame.

      So I'd only say if Mutiny or any female is given a clean bill of health after a physical exam and consultation with a doctor about her overall weight, caloric intake, exercise habits and overall lifestyle, there's nothing for her to change or be worried about.

      Is it possible to have a good health report despite being what would appear to be overweight ? ... Yes, and so that's why I think a good physical exam is so important on a periodic basis for everyone and maybe even more frequently for females who "appear" to be overweight (or underweight) relative to their height (petite, medium or tall).

      All the above factors (plus others like metabolic activity, certain hereditary traits, others) I think need to be considered before you can say what weight level is unhealthy, short- or long-term or whenever (again, imho).

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  9. How come Mutiny did so much great competitive stuff with "fighting style" but when she started her own company strictly lesbian/powderpuff. I guess that's what sells. She "rolled around" with Nadege. What a waste!! I would love to have seen two such seasoned athletes wrestle for real. Great bodies none the less.

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