Wow… what can I say? I loved everything about this video and think it’s the best of the X Club Wrestling series so far (which is really saying something since I’ve enjoyed all of them). Episode 6 features a tag team match between The Rockets—a spunky team consisting of Francesca Le and Ela Darling—and the aptly named Team Evil, played by Paris Kennedy and Annie Cruz. The whole video is just so entertaining from start to finish that I recommend it for any fan of fantasy wrestling and can pretty much guarantee that you won’t be disappointed.
We begin with a recap of the previous episode, in which Jenny “GI” Jewell (Kymberly Jane) was, per usual, beaten and humiliated by multiple opponents. We learn that several wrestlers want a rematch with Jewell, but since she’s out recovering from injuries (and maybe seeking therapy after being physically and sexually abused several times), General Manager James Jackson (Rifferus) placates the members of Team Evil by promising them a “no disqualifications” tag team match against The Rockets.
The match begins, with Team Evil making an incredibly dramatic entrance with the two members kissing and making out prior to the match. The Rockets take advantage of this distraction by attacking Team Evil just before the bell rings. They work together as a team to wallop Team Evil and dominate the early stage of the fight.
And yet for some reason, there’s a sinking feeling that things are about to take a turn for the worse for The Rockets. And indeed they do. Once the tables turn, they turn all the way. The Rockets experience just about every possible form of physical punishment and humiliation imaginable. For about 20 minutes, The Rockets are beaten, tied up, punched, kicked, hit, and sexually abused with a strap-on.
Like I said, I really enjoyed this video. In addition to the wild fantasy wrestling action, there are a lot of little details that make it a lot of fun. From Wolf Hudson’s brief appearance, to Team Evil’s hilarious reaction to a surprising plot twist, to Annie Cruz’s extremely slow entrance after being tagged at a pivotal moment, to Rifferus’ brief but awesomely hammy performance, there are several moments that really made me laugh. It’s a really fun video that all fans of fantasy wrestling should enjoy.