“Tiny vs The Tiniest” from Sleeperkid’s World has definitely been one of the most talked about videos in a while. Sleeperkid is not known for having a lot of men wrestling on his site, besides Sleeperkid himself. But he definitely found a memorable heel in Tiny.
This video featured Sleeperkid wrestlers Luna and Sparrow Summers taking on the giant of a man in Tiny. A huge guy with a WWE level physique who is already becoming a fan favorite with fans who appreciate matches where the guy wins. And it isn’t hard to see why.
Luna and Sparrow Summers, who as you can probably guess spend the entirety of the match being tossed around like the petite girls they are, are naturals for this video. Both making great hapless jobbers.
Both sell excellently as they are dominated, one at a time and together, by the larger monster. Both sell the moves well as they are manhandled by Tiny, and play the role of understandably scared wrestlers as well. Both girls are definitely at their best in this video, especially Sparrow who’s facial expressions are top notch.
Tiny plays his role of monster heel well. As he demolishes the girls with some nice moves. I have no idea who plays Tiny, but he seems to have had at least some pre-wrestling training which helps sell his credibility in this. Although given his size not much is needed. There is also some moves that make nice use of the fact a big man is taking out two petite opponents, most notable his lifting them both over his head, a double bearhug, and lifting both girls over his head in a gorilla press then turning it into a piledriver.
There are some instant replays in this video. Which as far as I know is a new thing for Sleeperkid’s World, but a nice idea and one he should consider using again (if he hasn’t already. I freely admit I have not seen every video he has put out).
There is also some commentary from Jacquelyn Velvets, who films the match, during the video. Personally I didn’t think it added much to it but obviously that is a matter of preference. Some fans I know have the opinion they would rather hear the battle without any extra sounds or commentary. But Jacquelyn’s are not real frequent (hardly someone talking non-stop) so most, even if it isn’t their thing, shouldn’t find it distracting.
The production values were good as usual. The lighting was great and the camera was always on point for where it needed to be. There is a brief moment around the 2:30 mark where someone off screen’s hand come into the shot, and another where the camera photographing the match can be seen. But bioth are so brief most probably missed them and they don’t hurt the quality of the video.
I highly recommend this match to our readers. In this genre most videos are not for everyone, as fans can be very particular about what they want. But for a blog like Women Defeated this should please most. Especially those who like to see smaller girls overwhelmed by a larger opponent as they don’t get much smaller than Luna and Sparrow Summers, and seldom every get anywhere close to as big as Tiny.
This video has a run time of 19:30 and a price of $17.99.
Also, my fellow blogger B.N. Da Supa Mark has reviewed this video. You can check out his review by CLICKING HERE!