One of the most anticipated videos of this year (71%) is the rematch of the best-selling match we have ever produced, MX-86, which featured Tia ( ) and Andreas ( ) in the first ever competitive mixed onslaught.
In the 18 months following Tia’s first visit to Fight Pulse, Andreas has improved a lot. He is considerably stronger and a lot more experienced nowadays, capable of beating the majority of the lightweight roster of Fight Pulse. Surely, there is no way Tia manhandles Andreas and plays with him despite his best effort to fight back, like she did last time. Tia disagrees in the pre-match interview.
And she is right. Tia ragdolls Andreas with seemingly the same ease with which she dominated him in their first encounter. How often do you see a boston crab submission in a real fight? MX-126 is one of the best examples of a complete domination of a man by a woman despite him trying his best. His efforts are inconclusive literally at all times. Tia is simply bigger, faster and stronger than her male opponent. She crushes him with her body, overpowers, immobilizes and forces him to submit repeatedly in every position she puts him in throughout the painful onslaught, while finding time to talk down to him and victory pose over his trapped body.
To better understand the dynamic of this encounter, take a look at these absolutely vicious, primal thrusts by Tia, a ruthless assertion of dominance if we’ve ever seen one:
Match outline: introductory interviews, staredown, the match itself (18 minutes), victory pose (foot on chest, then on face), concluding interviews after credits.
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