Monday, February 1, 2016

Who´s Who?

It is rare to find a fight between sisters, let alone one between twins! I have never seem one. Lacking the real thing, I am going to use this Academy video, from AX-060, with the near-twins Sammi Alder and Theo Steible (With this curious fantasy names, I have never seem these two at any other event).

By the way, it is a nice combat, with good moves and wrestlers displaying their full bush. 

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Note 1: On the top of the Blog Theater you will find today five combats from the AVW Pro-Wrestling League from Japan, which I find particularly entertaining due to their mix of well done holds, sexy attire and hot slim girls. For example, the ceiling hold at 04:30 of AVW 1 is a treat for me (although short...).

Note 2: Now it is the Chrome Browser that is not playing videos! I posted a note on the Blogger Forum about the problem. In the meantime, I am able to use the old Microsoft Internet Explorer with success.
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7 comments:

  1. Hi, FYI - I know you are not a fan of Judell Dulong's, but she had a number of sisters who wrestled!

    Nancy, Susan and Lynetta Skarvan
    Liz Meles and Roz Jansen
    Cindy and Karen Brooks
    Victoria Lee and Caryn Lee

    When sisters wrestled each other (with the excepton of the last two) there was always a special edge to the matches.

    Bobbi

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    1. Thanks, Bobbi, for bringing information to the Blog. But I like Dulong and it is my fault to not had given her more space in my pages. I will fix that in the future.

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    2. Sisters (and brothers, cousins and other close family relations) who compete against each other in contact sports is an area of contention I really don't support ... Now, I'm not saying it shouldn't be done but I am saying I wouldn't do it or want to see it and I'm just not a fan of it ... The competitive nature of such events always runs the risk of "alienating" family bonds that really shouldn't be tested in situations like this (imho) ... so (competitive ... not recreational or for-fun) inter-family, contact athletics is almost always bombed off my radar ... For many families I know this isn't a problem ... but for others it might be ...

      Now, if sisters (or other family) members are competitively competing against each other for, say, practice or improving their skills for an event with other (unrelated) opponents ... that would probably be different since the idea is not really to win but to improve one's skills and performance ... but otherwise, like I say, the experience of one family member winning and one family member losing is just not a great family "benefit" and runs the risk of antagonistic feelings afterwards (at last "under the surface" ... again, imho) ...

      ... just my views.

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  2. Dulong's stuff was the first VHS material I ever had. She sent 3X5 pics of various pairings of her girls in the introductory package she'd send you after inquiring about her ad found in the back of wrestling magazines.

    I'll never forget that pic of Cindy Brooks and Liz Meles in there ... I couldn't believe girls that gorgeous really wrestled and couldn't get a money order out quick enough. The two week wait was brutal ! Money orders and two week waits ... really talking about 'the old days' here , LOL.

    I knew about the three Skarvan sisters but not the others.

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    1. I would add to your remark: after waiting two weeks, a fan could find the product didn´t match his expectations.
      We may have lost the old times excitement due to the present overabundance and immediate availability of thousands of videos. The post "Why Wrestling Fetish..." has more comments on that.

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    2. Without a doubt ... I threw away way more stuff than I kept over the years. I wouldn't say it was the fault of the producer but specific, personal likes / dislikes of the individual that weren't met.

      Though DuLongs material was my first 'animated' viewing of female wrestling other than the rare TV women's pro wrestling, her stuff was never a big favorite of mine. She had very pretty girls wrestling in bikinis for sure, but for me there was always something missing :>/

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  3. interesting interview with Judell by grandaughter

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3seAJzIbtyg



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