Review of Knockout Boxers IV

Review of Fem Wrestling RoomsKnockout Boxers IV – 15 Mins

Two young beauties, Becca and Peyton, are dressed in sports bras, tiny bikini bottoms, and boxing gloves and stand in the corners of the ring. It’s a known fact that they’re very competitive and LOVE to fight each other whenever the chance arises! They’re each given a mouthpiece for protection and the rules are explained. If a girl is knocked down she gets a 5 count to rise. The girl with the most knockouts in 15 minutes is declared the winner. The fight goes back and forth with each boxer slamming their gloves into their opponents face and belly. This match is brutal and contains several knockdowns and intense knockouts! The boxing gloves fly as they hit each other with all they have, going back and forth with each girl knocking each other out over and over again. Sometimes they get hit so hard that the mouthpieces fly or fall out of their mouths. As an added attraction the girls do a sexy foot on face victory pose when they win a round! Don’t miss this awesome boxing match!

If the invisible foe series is arguable my favorite series from FWR this is the definite number 2 series. I love everything about this matches, tons of knockouts, flying mouth pieces, tons of heavy punches and amazing dazed reactions to those punches, and the 5 count KO actually does a great job of keeping the video at a pretty high pace. Then add in the fact that this is Becca vs Peyton, #1 vs #2 at FWR in my book and only greatness follows when a match starts with Becca vs Peyton, every time. These girls know how to work both sides of the fence and there is no better example than this right here. These matches are just like a personal highlight reel for all the things I love about boxing vids, I’m not going to list them again, but you should get the idea. I don’t have a single complain to thing I would change about this, well, make having there girls in boots instead of barefoot, but that’s not enough to spoil my love for this vid and this two amazing performers. Overall, this and the rest of this series are definitely “must own” in my opinion.

Overall Score: 10/10