Monday, January 18, 2016

All Over The House

I do not know for how long they have been around but I took notice of Underground Girlfight Club very recently. The catfights seem quite real with common looking girls battling each other with hearty enjoyment. The producer likes to vary the scenario using living rooms, kitchens, dorms and even basements as combat settings. 

There are good moments in their tapes as you can watch in the selection below. However, there are downside scenes (for my taste) in several episodes as such as fighters tied by chains, others clad as clowns and creative ideas that do not work.   

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A final note: the original videos have much better image quality.
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6 comments:

  1. Always amazed me when I'd see a Crystal Film clip like these of this producer of girls having a real, set-up fist fights and allowing it to be filmed and sold. I always wondert where the hell they find these girls and even more , who convinced them that this was a 'good idea', LOL. These girls must be fighting for bail or drug money ... pretty sad.

    Sure, I'm a female wrestling fan but there's a big difference between this stuff and say, Foxy Combat, Fighting Dolls, Les Femme Fatale, etc.

    Oh, and nice basement, huh :>) ? LOL Foxy Combat and these guys definitely have different tastes in decor in which to hold their contests , LOL

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  2. (Uh ... pardon me for a minute ... but I have a brief question:

    Astrogalo ... Is the video embedding for all the posted videos here A-OK ??? ... Have you changed any code or media player configurations in the blog ??? ... because right now, all I'm getting are blank, white boxes where the other day all the posted videos were being shown and played normally ... I always maintain the latest and current Firefox and media player plug-ins (for Flash; Shockwave; etc.) but right now the embedded videos simply aren't showing up as they are on other Blogger blogs ... Are the embedded videos showing up and playing A-OK for you when you view the blog ??? ... Thanks for your answer ...)

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    1. It is the second reader who complains about video playing malfunction in the last days . And both are Firefox users. No, I haven´t changed anything in my Blog settings. From my side (a Chrome and MS Explorer user) everything is ok. It is really strange you can watch videos on other Blogger blogs. I suppose every one use the same technology:storage by YouTube and playing by Adobe Flash. That is the reason you see a blank space when you access my Blog on Apple tablets: they do not support Adobe (btw, for very good reasons...). Could you try another browser? Chrome seems to be the top browser these days and it is under Google empire. Please, let me know if you could solve the problem.

      Thanks for bring this subject to my knowledge.

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  3. Much Thanks for your reply and recommendations ... After using the Blogger Help center, it seems this crap has affected other Blogger bloggers and their followers, too, whether using Firefox or IE (which has the same damn problem) ... [FF users have a herd mentality when it comes to fixing problems (as if anyone didn't already know this) -- it's like a lightening bolt reflex by FF users to get the damn B.S. fixed a.s.a.p.] ... So I'll have to troubleshoot on my end and get this crap fixed ... BTW, yes, Chrome is always possible (or Safari, etc.) and can always be tried but if others are experiencing this (in desktop mode, like me) with FF and IE there must be a fix for either one or a (some) bug(s) that need fixing in the Blogger code (and if true, it means the Blogger techs at Blogger need to get off their damn asses and get busy) ... FF (as you no doubt know) has its Flash restrictions but still allows for its usage [it ain't dead yet even with all the HTML 5 encoding and Adobe, though moving away from Flash, still has some decent reasons to support it at least for the foreseeable future (imho)] ... So will keep you posted on this crap as I can ... Much Thanks, again ...

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  4. I had the problem and mentioned it. I tried again yesterday and it was working so I figured FF or Flash did something, this morning getting the white screen again.
    Easiest solution is just using Chrome IMO

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    1. (OK ... The good news is the embedded videos are now showing and playing ... so here's hoping this blank, white-box, no-show crap is 404'd for good ... we'll see what happens ...)

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