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Old 20-Jul-19, 00:57
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Default Re: United States: Lack of session wrestling talent these days

For what it’s worth, Jennifer, Sara, Scorpion, and Fightbabe can probably give you a good semi-comp pin match.
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Old 20-Jul-19, 01:12
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Default Re: United States: Lack of session wrestling talent these days

While I don't necessarily agree with the OP that there is a lack of talent in the US, I do agree that it has become more quantity over quality.

I believe this is because of sites like Scissor Vixens, Scissor Foxes, and other similar sites. Don't get me wrong, I love what those guys do, but they just introduce sooooo many new girls to the scene. And lets be honest, a good number of them are strippers and B list porn stars who may look amazing, but they have little to no fighting experience. Every once in a while, they do find a diamond in the rough, but the majority are not.
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Old 20-Jul-19, 07:07
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Default Re: United States: Lack of session wrestling talent these days

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While I don't necessarily agree with the OP that there is a lack of talent in the US, I do agree that it has become more quantity over quality.
The thing is, quantity over quality usually translates as more but not as good and I think that is wrong here. In this case more is more, more 'pretty girls' entering does not mean more 'wrestlers' are not entering.
Let's say for a given man 75% of his consideration for who he wants to session with is related to wrestling or/being overpowered. If he has the direct choice between 2 ladies (both are in the same place at the same time, charge the same rate or the difference is small etc), is he ever going to pick the one who is prettier but whose physical abilities are dubious? I assume he will never pick her. So it's likely crowding out that way is not happening.
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Old 20-Jul-19, 16:41
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And here I am, wishing I could even afford a session with any session wrestler. Lack of talent out there, real or perceived, is not a problem for me.
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Old 20-Jul-19, 17:01
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And here I am, wishing I could even afford a session with any session wrestler. Lack of talent out there, real or perceived, is not a problem for me.
Your personal standards make a difference too. I have booked sessions with women who I was unsure about. Usually my hunch based upon profile, pics, and emails turns out to be correct. I can just tell that most of the newer crop American females are going to be a disappointment in comparison to before. I have had countless number of sessions so perhaps your standards raise the more you do it.

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Some of my favorite sessions were with Julie Squeeze, Gia Primo, Rapture, Arekah Lox, and Mahea. They were all different but each one were quality session in thier own way. The first three are retired and the latter two are reduced activity. Amongst the newer crop of American girls there isnt anyone out there who can deliver like they could.

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Old 20-Jul-19, 18:10
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Anyone else notice that there has been a big drop off session wrestling talent in the United States over the past few years? The women who are both attractive and skilled in session wrestling and who have entered over the past lets say 4-5 years are very few and far between. The very few who have entered have extremely tight touring schedules and the veterans have all either retired or dont tour as often anymore. Its mostly unattractive and or unskilled women wrestlers with bad and bitchy attitudes these days. Did years of a strong economy and social media ruin it fot those of us in the United States?

Its almost as if quality has been replaced by quantity.

At the same time, the level of talent has really picked up in Europe and Canada.

Millennials are less likely to participate in youth sports, Gen Z prefer non-traditional sports, and birth rates are low.

Can't say this for certain, but wouldn't surprise me if fewer young women are participating in wrestling, jiu-jitsu or other combat arts.
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Old 20-Jul-19, 19:54
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Default Re: United States: Lack of session wrestling talent these days

“Some of my favorite sessions were with Julie Squeeze, Gia Primo, Rapture, Arekah Lox, and Mahea. They were all different but each one were quality session in thier own way. The first three are retired and the latter two are reduced activity. Amongst the newer crop of American girls there isnt anyone out there who can deliver like they could.[/QUOTE]”

You like what you like. But I would say this. I sessioned with all five of these girls. I agree they are all great. Current US girls that offer similar sessions and in my opinion are just as good: Kayla, Ava, Cypruss, Skylar, Veve, Lana, Lia, Nicky, Safa, Camille, Kim. And I’m pretty sure Mahea and Arekah are still quite active. I saw them recently.
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Old 20-Jul-19, 20:14
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Default Re: United States: Lack of session wrestling talent these days

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Some of my favorite sessions were with Julie Squeeze, Gia Primo, Rapture, Arekah Lox, and Mahea. They were all different but each one were quality session in thier own way. The first three are retired and the latter two are reduced activity. Amongst the newer crop of American girls there isnt anyone out there who can deliver like they could.
Aralia gave me a better session than Gia and that is not a criticism of the latter.
As for Arekah, well replacing the greatest of all time is a tough ask.
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Old 20-Jul-19, 21:08
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I believe this is because of sites like Scissor Vixens, Scissor Foxes, and other similar sites. Don't get me wrong, I love what those guys do, but they just introduce sooooo many new girls to the scene. And lets be honest, a good number of them are strippers and B list porn stars who may look amazing, but they have little to no fighting experience. Every once in a while, they do find a diamond in the rough, but the majority are not.
I mean, if all I want is for a session wrestler to do to me what they do to the guys on those sites--and I do--then most, if not all, of them would be fantastic for me. Attitude, personality, and being able to sell the fantasy would be way more important to me than fighting skill because I don't want a fight--I want to be dominated. I know fighting skill is much harder to come by, so I do feel for guys that want more competitive sessions.
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Old 20-Jul-19, 21:16
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Chicago has a disappointing selection.
Dude you are spoiled. Kayla Woods would be my exclusive session go to if I was in Chicago. Houston now is a wrestling wastle land. I am totally dependant on traveling ladies to come through.
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