The structure being demolished was the small body of poor "ShortFuse" Mark. The wrecking balls were none other than VeVe Lane and Clobberetta. And as I sit here waiting for my slow-ass editing software to do what I tell it, I can blog a bit about the experience.
"ShortFuse" Mark is an opponent with whom VeVe had shot a previous video match several month ago. He is a very lightweight guy, weighing only 135 lbs, and he has fairly limited wrestling experience. In his original match with VeVe, he came in for a competitive match. She ended up beating him so badly, despite his best efforts to wrestle back, that we ended up billing that as a domination wrestling match.
Then, a little while ago, VeVe got the idea of calling Mark back for a MMA style rematch. I thought it would be a great idea and would certainly make for a great video, especially with the two of them being so close in weight.
After a few set backs in scheduling and rescheduling, we finally all got together on Saturday for the shoot. And this time, not only did VeVe bring her MMA gloves, but she also brought Clobberetta! That's right, folks, this day would surely test the endurance of our dear friend Mark; after his ground & pound match with VeVe, he was to then face Clobberetta.
This was one of our more sadistic video shoot days.
Let me just say that "ShortFuse" Mark is a great sport. Not the strongest wrestler in the world, but definitely a great sport. And with a great attitude! I mean, how many people can, in the course of 1 hour, get the snuff punched, choked, and slammed out of them and then hoisted and tossed like a rag doll... and then hobble to their feet and shake hands with their assailants afterwards? This guy can.
Grounded and pounded by VeVe. Crushed and lifted by Clobberetta.
Oh damn, I am going to have to cut this short now. I have less than 30 minutes worth of work time left, and my program is chugging along here. Almost done with both of these videos and with pulling out the screen stills. The next challenge will be the trailers. So much good material from this shoot; picking and choosing for the trailers is of course going to be a toughy.