FightPulse fan favorite Akela’s first mixed wrestling encounter is a semi-competitive match against Gregor. Even though Akela is new to the wrestling scene, she is learning fast, and has natural talent when it comes to pins and using her legs. There is no question that Akela (5′ 8″, 136 lb, 24 yo) would easily defeat Gregor (5′ 7″, 154 lb, 36 yo) in a fully competitive match, however we decided to make it semi-competitive since she has not fully recovered from her injury from her match with Xena (FW-11) yet. This video include a vast amount of schoolgirl pins and headscissors. There are a total of 14 pins & scissor submissions scored by the winner.
Match outline: introductory interviews, staredown, the match itself (17 minutes), victory pose (foot on face), final interviews.
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2 Comments on "NC-07: Akela vs Gregor"
A semi-competitive match between Akela and Gregor. After 3 videos it’s still not easy to judge Akela because she’s yet to have a true competitve game. From what I’ve seen so far, and especially from this video, I’ll say that she’s strong (probably stronger than what she looks like) and quick. However her technical knowledge is extremely limited and as a result, a.) her reactions are very slow and b.) there were so many opportunities to submit Gregor that she missed. This is understandable of course because she’s very new into all this. You aren’t going to watch a fierce… Read more »
Thanks a lot for your honest review, Tetekos! I’ve found out that it is not easy to create an environment necessary for the true emotions of the competitors to come out. By far the easiest recipe though that I have is a match in a fully competitive setting. And I couldn’t agree with you more on the point that you are making. That’s why I have been mostly focusing on making competitive mixed wrestling matches, rather than staged. When the opponent is really trying to defeat you in front of a camera, and you have to do your best to… Read more »