Fight Pulse fan favorite, lightweight champion, Rage ( ), and Peter ( ) meet for the second time in one of the most spectacular examples of female physical dominance over an aggressive male in a competitive setting, in a real, mixed, no-rounds onslaught!
Rage, before her rapid development as a wrestler, defeated Peter in their first encounter, MX-109, convincingly, but it was at times a tough fight. Can she put an onslaught on Peter now, a year later? The answer is “yes”. MX-150 is an absolute must-watch for the fans of the rare, but rewarding genre of real mixed onslaughts, perhaps Rage’s most dominant MX encounter at Fight Pulse to date, as she crushes Peter’s body and will on the mats.
Rage has become bigger, stronger and significantly more experienced within the year. She beat Peter decisively the first time. This time she displays complete physical dominance over him, humiliating Peter almost throughout the entire onslaught, absolutely loving every minute of her control and torment. Rage systematically outwrestles, controls, pins, immobilizes and subdues Peter, making him submit many times to each hold, sometimes even ignoring his submissions, physically, mentally and verbally humiliating her male opponent, despite him fighting back at every opportunity he finds.
Rage’s ingenuity in physical domination and what she is able to do with Peter is very similar to what the great Hungarian powerhouse, Tia ( ), was able to do to both Peter and Andreas ( ) in two of the most popular MX titles we have ever filmed, MX-125 and MX-86. What makes it more humiliating for Peter perhaps is that it’s done to him by someone relatively new (newer than him to the scene), and without a weight advantage over him.
If you have a hint of claustrophobia, you should not read about this encounter or see any further. Rage crushes Peter throughout most of the match, either underneath her weight while straddling his face or neck, or between her big, powerful legs, plowing through his defense, leaving him no room to escape, and often no room to breathe. Facesitting and headscissors, especially deep reverse straight and figure-4 headscissors, are Rage’s favorite control and humiliation mechanisms, and she knows how to use them to subdue someone in a real fight. This still from the video is representative of what Peter is forced to endure for a long time:
MX-150 is one of the best videos we have ever filmed, and if you are a fan of real female dominance through unscripted, competitive, mixed wrestling, you have to see this onslaught!
Match outline: introductory interviews, staredown, the match itself (23 minutes), victory pose (facesitting, then foot on chest, then on face), final interviews (after credits).