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We regularly see the actors themselves — not stunt doubles — hoist each other up on to their shoulders, perform daring leaps and impressive suplexes. They hit the canvas hard and simply get up again. Female nudity played for comedy is vanishingly rare on screen. The scene also served to re-cement the friendship between Ruth and Debbie, so it genuinely was essential to the story. The scene is intimate and powerful, quite unlike the usual female shower scenes that invite viewers to watch as detached voyeurs rather than engage empathetically. Season three focuses a lot on the toll wrestling and performing takes on the body and the mind.
WHEN supply teacher Catherine-Rhiannon Osborne finishes work for the day, she heads to her local gym - but she's not doing a yoga or zumba class. The year-old mild-mannered mum transforms into Kat Von Kaige and fights men twice her size, being kicked in the head, thrown on the floor and attacked with chairs and bats. She's one of hundreds of UK women who take part in professional wrestling matches - a mix of athletics and theatre where participants fight in character. Matches last between ten minutes and half an hour and are same or mixed sex - but all have pre-determined outcomes and wrestlers know who is going to win when the match starts. Weapons such as chairs, metal sticks and baseball bats are used - but all combat moves are dramatised.
By Unity Blott For Mailonline. Model Wrestling Management MWM , which is based in Vauxhall, has 16 models for customers to choose from, and the hefty fee gets them an hour of fun with specially trained models turned fighters trained in boxing and martial arts. Founder Cam sees MWM as a place for men to come and unwind while they forget about the stresses of their day-to-day lives. Scroll down for video.