Saturday, February 10, 2007

Favorite moves- the Piledriver!

There's something about the piledriver that has always excited me. I look at it as kryptonite for wrestlers. No matter how good you are or how tough you may be, if you get nailed by a piledriver, it's almost always over for you.
Those of you who have been following this blog know that one of my favorite moments of all time was Misty Blue taking a piledriver and then losing a fall. I somehow seem to recall that Magnificent Mimi may have taken one too, but if it did happen, I think that her manager then interfered or something like that.
In any case, I LOVE the piledriver. The problem is that not many people are properly trained to perform them, either on the giving or receiving end, and given the dangers involved, the move is not seen very often in Women's Wrestling.
Professionally trained wrestlers like Vanessa Harding, Hollywood, Hurricane Havana, Lady Victoria and others can perform them well, but in order for them to be on the (schwing) receiving end, they have to be up against a woman who also has the proper training. Female wrestling video producer Sabre Studios is just waiting for the right combination of participants to put in a good piledriver scene and I can't wait.

One exception to the piledriver rule is Sleeper Kid's World who seems to use them with decent frequency in his productions. I came across this awesome video clip on you tube that I will try to share here, and SK & Co. definitely deserve their "props" for some great footage.

(I hope the embedded clip above keeps working for a long time)

The piledriver always has and always will be one of my favorite female wrestling finishing moves. Back in the old days I would have loved to see Wendy Richter, Reggie Bennett, Chyna, Candi Divine and other powerful pros be taken out by one. I'm still optimistic for the future and other powerful looking women being taken out by the "wrestler's kryptonite."

If anyone has good piledriver pictures they wish to share, please let me know!

Monday, February 05, 2007

Classic Poses- Mega Babe

So many little things go into making a perfect, or almost perfect pose. The pics above and below are taken from's Mega Babe series, one of the greatest superheroine stories ever made! These sample pics are incredible too.
Look at the top one.
We've already established on this blog that Tanya Danielle is a superheroine personified. She not only has the looks and body, but check out her expression, the way her arms are down by her sides, the way her powerful legs suddenly seem weak. This is a superheroine who moments earlier was invincible! Undefeatable! Powerful beyond belief. But now? As for the little things, I think the way her hair looks only adds to this great imagery.
The picture below is quite similar, but in a different setting from a different video. One again, Tanya plays weak and helpless in an outstanding fashion. Add in the fact that there's a wrestling ring involved and I find a wide range of my fantasies coming into play here. Tanya nails her role once again, combining facial expressions with sexy body language.

Of course, what REALLY puts the above two shots into proportion in a shot like the one below.

Extreme confidence, total power, incredible beauty. This is a superheroine to be reckoned with. This is an extremely powerful woman who has got it all. She's invincible. Invulnerable. Rarely ever challenged, much less defeated. The idea that such a powerful woman can be made weak and helpess is mind boggling. This picture above is what establishes her as an icon and this is what make the other two pictures above so much more effective.

Prodigal Superheroine Tanya Danielle does a phenomenal job as Mega Babe, A super powered dynamo betrayed by her own body and desires. Hawk Heroines is one of the greatest producers of all time, and I really, really, really, REALLY would like to see more of Tanya Danielle with them in the future. Perhaps they will be the ones to finally give us the ultimate showdown between Tanya and Tylene Buck. It's hard to type with my fingers crossed so I'll just leave it at that.

Saturday, February 03, 2007

Joss Whedon officially off Wonder Woman movie

Joss Whedon officially off Wonder Woman movie
"Okay, stay calm and I'll explain as best I can. It's pretty complicated, so bear with me. I had a take on the film that, well, nobody liked. Hey, not that complicated."