In this spectacular escape challenge, our powerful newcomer, Suzanne (stats), immobilizes her male opponent, Marek (stats), and victory poses over him for 11 rounds, including her favorite facesit victory poses and foot chokes.
Suzanne’s dominant spirit shines in NC-162, which is filled with fantastic victory poses, making it an absolute must-see for the fans of the genre.
Here is a full description of the Escape Challenge style including the list of holds used:
This style consists of 11 rounds – 11 immobilization challenges. One of the competitors, the immobilizer, has to hold their opponent in each of 11 pre-defined holds / pins for one minute, within which the competitor being held tries to escape. If there is no successful escape, the point for the challenge is awarded to the immobilizer, otherwise her/his opponent receives a point.
The competitors take position for each hold and are instructed to start the challenge. 10 seconds before the time limit (at 50 seconds), they are informed about the timestamp. If the immobilization has been achieved, and point rewarded, the immobilizer performs a victory pose, while maintaining the hold whenever possible.
The holds, in the sequence they appear in the video, are:
1. Schoolgirl pin with arms pinned above
2. Reverse schoolgirl pin with arms pinned below
3. Grapevine pin
4. Triangle pin
5. Lotus lock
6. Full-nelson / bodyscissors combo
7. Figure-4 headscissors with arm trapped
8. Reverse headsit (with face buried in feet)
9. Foot choke (ankle scissors with arm control)
10. Gogoplata-style pin (with ankle across the throat)
11. Victory pose pin (one-foot-on-chest pin)
If you enjoy watching females subjecting males to prolonged holds, with males struggling to escape without success and being humiliated as a result each time with a long victory pose, NC-162 is for you!
Match outline: all the challenges listed above (18 minutes), final victory pose (foot on face).
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1 Comment on "NC-162: Suzanne vs Marek (escape challenge)"
A very pleasant surprise.