Only When You Are Close

Sometimes, it is only when you are as close to defeat as you can possibly imagine, that you find it within yourself to cinch in the winning submission hold. A catfight is a messy affair, where rivals grasp for and cling to each other so tightly, that moments of reset, where a new attack may be launched without restriction can be rare. Often, they only come when your opponent thinks you are on the verge of collapse, and pose little to no threat to them, other than posing the quandary of what they shall do to you, upon your screaming and tearful submission. But such moments of confidence are fraught with peril – and such assumptions rife with risk, as Amanda (shown above) has just discovered.

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