“Before Amethyst there was nothing”
John Lennon once said that before Elvis, there was nothing. I say, before Amethyst there was nothing.
I know that is slightly insulting to the fantastic wrestling scene in the UK that has developed over the last few years, however Amethyst has raised the bar and taken it to an all together different level. In a previous review I wrote a couple of years ago, I said that Amethyst had single handedly transformed the mixed wrestling scene. That still stands true today.
It seems pointless to go through a blow by blow of a session with her, so I will just summarise what makes her so good. During the match she emits a cacophony of sound- grunts, groans, screams, cries and giggles in equal measure. Whilst some well-known wrestlers are content to wait patiently, with an impassive look on there face as they seek an opportunity to apply an arm bar, Amethyst is all attack, throwing caution to the wind. Even when defending from a seemingly impossible position she does everything in her power to escape, rather than signal her surrender. She is as fit as a fiddle and wrestles on relentlessly, paying no attention to the time. She is lost in the moment and appears to enjoy every moment of the battle. Of the many positive attributes that Amethyst portrays. I would say, that the top three would be- 1. Attitude. 2. Passion.3.Energy. Anyone who has never experienced The Hammerfist is missing a trick. I guarantee that you will have a great time, you will be exhausted, you will probably be beaten, you will leave euphoric and you will be looking to return as soon as possible.