DW on Twitter, follower of the fight scene – professional to fantasy, it says, he first wrote to me on the 19th July, 2015, five months ago; the month I started wrestling at Submission Room, London.
DW and I began our relationship talking about his mixed wrestling blog, I loved his enthusiasm, his passion for wrestling. I’m always attracted to passionate people and to writers too as I love to write, myself. I like people who know how to express themselves. He asked me to do an interview for his blog, I did so and he told me my answers were the funniest answers he’d had. I ended that interview talking about how I believed people in this scene should respect each other’s choices, from what I have experienced, most do. When that interview was posted over social media I received many messages telling me that my statement about respect within the scene was so refreshing. I was glad I’d reached people. My next blog post is, in fact, going to be about just that. Respect. I was totally new then, I’m a only a bit new now but in many years time I will still have the same views about respect within the scene as they’re the same views I’ve had in every scene I’ve been in. I’ve been in a few. I’m a niche kinda girl, mainstream stuff makes me itch. I’ve always been drawn to the kookier things in life.
DW was definitely the first person to give me advice, not always asked for, in fact, notoften asked for, but always appreciated (though once or twice I ignored his words of wisdom and stuck to my way) and there are times I wish I had listened to him. And when he told me he preferred me with blond hair, I dyed my hair EXTRA CRAZY PUNK PURPLE PINK, just for him, for our upcoming session. We talked in depth, openly, honestly, still do. I learnt a lot about the scene via Comments of a Wrestler and learnt tonnes more talking to DW via Twitter. We had great chats. He disliked me referring to him as “dude”, so I refer to him as “dude”. Our private thread on my Twitter is like a commentary of my journey so far. We’ve discussed everything. In only five months.
And then we had a session, after he “got his emotions in check” he wrote this awesomereview. Since his review men have wanted to have a session with me “just like in that review”, but, of course, you can’t recreate something that happened between two people, at a certain time, in a certain space. DW and I share a passion and are passionate people, the session was electric; you can’t just order that like a pizza. There is such thing as wrestling chemistry (a blog about that coming soon too). Like any chemistry, people can have chemistry on the dance floor, in bed, in a team, in a band; you either have it, or you don’t. That’s not to say wrestling is bad when there is no chemistry; I still have full-on, fun, feisty, fulfilling sessions with men when there isn’t that wrestling chemistry. So far, there are just four men who I have had awesome wrestling chemistry with. I think you know who you are.