“Brawny Brutal Lads and Little Lasses” from Ring Goddess is very much what it says it is. A match with two huge male wrestlers played by Ryan Reeves and Turk Selik taking on their much smaller, and much cuter, foes Tracy Taylor and Amanda Ruffin.
This is a one sided squash to it’s fullest, as Tracy and Amanda barring some VERY brief offence spend the match getting pounded and streched out by their opponents. Very similar to when these same 2 guys took on Helena Heavenly and Josie in a similar premise which I also reviewed.
All 4 performers were great. The girls did a great job playing intimidated and overwhelmed faces, and sold excellently. And Amanda especially was her usual fun goofy self. Turn and Reeves for their part played the merciless bullies to perfection.
The wrestling was solid as all 4 are full on trained pro-wrestlers. Which showed in the action which complete with a referee gave it a very WWE or TNA feel. Minus the large crowd of course. (And yes, I use “large crowd” generously when mentioning TNA, but you all get my point.)
The video wasn’t without some very minor flaws. The most notable is the picture quality. While not bad, the lighting wasn’t great. You could see the action well, and it was filmed great as far as the camera always being where it needed to to get the action. But it did give the video a slightly grainy look. It didn’t take away from the enjoyment at all, at least for me, these things aren’t made by Hollywood and so no one should expect that level of production values. But some used to the more crisp and clear look of some matches filmed in a studio these days will see the difference.
The only other flaw with this is the ring noise. Specifically like all wrestling rings, every move everyone makes makes a loud noise, causing plenty of banging from the ring mat someone falls or even really runs on it. This isn’t their fault, anything filmed in a wrestling ring is going to cause that problem. The Rings are designed to make a lot of noise like that. So it isn’t really a negative, but was worth mentioning.
All in all this is a great video for anyone wanting true pro-style wrestling in a ring for their mixed wrestling videos. Good wrestling, good performance, and 2 cute and convincing jobbers, makes for a fun and entertaining video.
The video has a run time of 16:26 and a price of $16.