MX-49 is a pins-only competitive mixed wrestling match in judo gis, between Diana (5′ 9″, 154 lb; 175 cm, 70 kg; 23 yo) and Joseph (5′ 10″, 137 lb; 178 cm, 62 kg; 33 yo). This is the second match in this particular style, first one being our popular female wrestling title, FW-17, with Diana and Xena.
Joseph is our most aggressive male wrestler. He is always looking for opportunities to attack, and is never passive. Joseph is fast. He also has a very strong grip, thanks to his mountain climbing background, which Diana comments on in the post-match interviews. Unfortunately, none of that mattered. Diana is a black belt Judoka, and her experience was too much for Joseph to handle. She also feels at home in a judo gi, for obvious reasons. Despite his best effort, Joseph gets pinned time and time again in various perfectly executed pins – tight front schoolgirl pins, reverse schoolgirl pins, grapevine pin, as well as judo pins, such as kesa-gatame and kami-shiho-gatame.
This is an intense and aggressive mixed wrestling match where the male is outclassed, overpowered, and pinned again and again.
Match outline: introductory interviews, staredown, the match itself, victory pose (tight schoolgirl pin bicep flex, then foot on chest), final interviews.
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6 Comments on "MX-49: Diana vs Joseph (pins only rules)"
Is there a victory pose in MX-49?
The answer is in the description 😉
But what kind of victory pose? Thank you.
Have you read the description? It’s there.
Oh, Got it. I’m sorry. Are there any where she puts her foot on his face covering his mouth and nose ? And if you do have any like that which ones would be the longest in that pose? Her foot on his face, covering his mouth and nose? If so let me know. I might be interested in purchasing any but exactly like that. Thank you and sorry for the bother.
Seems a shame that this is pins only, and the only competitive mixed judo match on the side has only two submissions…. oh well, I guess that mixed judo is too much of a niche interest to get much serious attention paid to it…