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Old 12-Feb-18, 18:00
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Default Re: Curious about session women's losses

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Just search for Dia Zerva vs Dragonlily. Youll get a few links to the video.
Dragonlily was supposed to steamroller her en route to the tournament final that year but she hit a brick wall.
Found it! I'm surprised anyone would expect Dragonlilly to beat Dia!
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Old 12-Feb-18, 18:19
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Found it! I'm surprised anyone would expect Dragonlilly to beat Dia!
DL was on fire at the time, invincible. I thought it was her year without a doubt.
But I think it shows how a bad defeat can affect your psychology as per this thread.

Does anybody know any other matches?
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Old 12-Feb-18, 22:05
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I've heard from a few women that they don't enjoy wrestling women as much as guys. Guys are less competitive (on average). Ziggy told me that the craziest women she ever wrestled was Sally McNeil. I never got any details (sorry).

Cindy Huntress, I think, was reluctant to wrestle other women cause she preferred her wrestling one-sided. I heard that somewhere, I think, never met her or talked to her.

Someone here posted that Lee Price would often lose to women (but never to men). She seemed OK with losing to women, and I imagine some women might share the fetish of wrestling with a woman stronger than them or, just enjoy learning from it. Aralia had nothing but nice things to say about Sarah Brook (Sarahsexyred on twitter)
after she was clearly out-wrestled her in a video match, she appreciated how skilled her opponent was.

From my perspective, A lady losing wouldn't put me off wrestling her at all.

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I asked Scorpion during our session about her defeat against Diana (Czech). She had no problem about it. She said Diana is a very good wrestler and it hapenned few years ago when she haven't practiced BJJ. She thinks she is much better now than those days.

I don't know if it effects their business. But definitely it must be little embarrassing thing to lose in front of their fans. Specially against new girls or smaller girls. A good example is Cheyenne Jewel getting beaten by smaller Maria Queen.
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Default Re: Curious about session women's losses

Let's say you can only afford to book one session and you have to choose between two girls whom you like equally (if that's possible) and these girls just wrestled. Who would you book a session with; the winner or the loser?
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Default Re: Curious about session women's losses

I'm surprised Sarah beat Ariella. Actually very surprised.

Extreme Electra told me about her humiliating Devon in a match. Devon was really upset and Electra loved that. Electra I also think crushed Cheyenne Jewell. Electra said the only girl she lost to was Ariel X and she respected Ariel for it.
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Default Re: Curious about session women's losses

I think that the most important for the session wrestlers is to be confident about their fighting level.
There are wrestlers who don't like to wrestle women, or who don't want to do some competitive matches. If they are clear about what they can offer during sessions and their abilities/boundaries, it cannot be hurtful.

About the losses, it is difficult to compare various experiences. Women who work directly with studios can do a lot of competitive matches, and there is a sense of fellowship between the wrestlers even in a case of a harsh defeat.
If the women are sincere and don't completely overestimate themselves, i don't see negative aspects here.
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I was just thinking out of curiosity but do you think when a session wrestler loses to another woman in wrestling and is dominated on video or Clips4sale, do you think that hurts their business? I sometimes see some session wrestlers will lose quite a bit against other women but seemingly dominate men and I wonder how or if that affects them psychologically.
In my opinion I could also be that quite some women dont really care that much if they win or not, its their work and they do it for living. So may be we think more about the situation here than they do actually themselves.
This being the case for some part of the women in the industry, I would agree that some other might have a different point of view.

Concerning the videos, quite some are scripted, and some wrestlers make a living of selling videos in which they are on the receiving end.
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I'm surprised Sarah beat Ariella. Actually very surprised.
To be fair, I didn't see the match, only the tweet afterwards by Ariella. (which I can't find now . . . I looked).
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Default Re: Curious about session women's losses

I may be totally out to lunch here, but I have always been under the impression that the final result of the match is determined by the producer of the video. This certainly would explain why much vaunted wrestlers often seem to lose to lesser opponents.
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