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Old 22-Apr-22, 19:05
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Default Re: Why do women fight through scissors and men don't???

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More and more I think this is a fantasy site. I'm a female versus female fan and I'll see great matches where the women work their way out of and/or are able to power out of scissors.

Any competitive FvsF match where it is not about BJJ there are scissors applied and pressure, and seldom is a scissors a finishing move (over & over). But against men, they have no chance and tapping as soon as the pressure applied.

But all we hear here, is women going at 40% power to submit bigger stronger males in a scissor hold.

What am I missing?
A little of both honestly.

Women have different centers of gravity then men and it many tasks easier for them.

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Since one of the many ways of getting out of many scissorholds involve standing up it's likely women have an advantage in this area. Even companies like Fighting-dolls that allow men to win, the men seem to have more trouble breaking scissorholds then women.

Also, generally companies that don't use jobbers typically use inexperience men vs experience women. Getting out of Scissorholds is pretty counter intuitive.
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Old 23-Apr-22, 05:15
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Default Re: Why do women fight through scissors and men don't???

I must be one of the few men here who fight through leg scissors, LOL
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Old 18-Nov-22, 00:47
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Default Re: Why do women fight through scissors and men don't???

Having wrestled over 500 women and been put in thousands of scissor holds my opinion is men donít want to power out. Itís a great feeling to have my head and neck crushed between a womanís thighs.
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Old 04-Dec-22, 20:52
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Default Re: Why do women fight through scissors and men don't???

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More and more I think this is a fantasy site. I'm a female versus female fan and I'll see great matches where the women work their way out of and/or are able to power out of scissors.

Any competitive FvsF match where it is not about BJJ there are scissors applied and pressure, and seldom is a scissors a finishing move (over & over). But against men, they have no chance and tapping as soon as the pressure applied.

But all we hear here, is women going at 40% power to submit bigger stronger males in a scissor hold.

What am I missing?
When men wrestle women, we don't hold back consciously per say but like there's a bit where we're not like really using all our momentum. In a session, are you going to straight up tackle a girl and try to really throw her? Yes, you'll use your grappling skills and possibly lose if you're not experienced. One thing I'm cognizant about is not hurting someone. Even though you're paying them and have consented to a service, at the end of the day you need to maintain good will. If you really hurt her, who knows who all you've pissed off including her BF, her, etc. On top of that, she has your name and leverage to make your life hell if she wanted. Better to air on the side of caution.
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Old 27-Dec-23, 11:14
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Default Re: Why do women fight through scissors and men don't???

Have you noticed any distinct patterns or differences in the way women and men handle scissor holds in your wrestling experiences, and what factors do you think contribute to these dynamics?
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Old 28-Dec-23, 22:49
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Default Re: Why do women fight through scissors and men don't???

The reality is that women just have a bigger disadvantage when it comes to arm strength compared to leg strength compared to men .you put a man and a woman with similar genetics and height trough the same training and diet. the woman will have much weaker arms but the legs are only slightly weaker so for women its a lot more efficient to use a lot of kicks and scissor holds while punching the opponent is not very effective unless they are way weaker. but against an equal or strong opponent she is better off trying to kick the opponent. i have not checked this but i think if you compare regular boxing vs kickboxing the top female kickboxers can beat a lot more men than the top female regular boxer .and scissor holds are also great for women but they don't get much use in a regular fight since the opponent needs to be in the right position. and a skilled fighter can avoid getting caught .but for women it makes more sense since just beating the opponent into submission will be harder .
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Old 03-Jan-24, 22:56
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Default Re: Why do women fight through scissors and men don't???

Every scissors I've seen has been a complete setup in a fetish vid. Having wrestled girlfriends and guy friends, it's not a very realistic move. If someone can get you in a scissors you're pretty much already spent, except maybe around the neck. I've never understood how popular it is in wrestling vids other than as a prop to show off the woman's quads. I feel like men and women can easily get out of it equally.
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