Staff Pick — Best 1-2-3: Sawyer Wreck 2021 | Sports & Recreation

Orlando place wrestler Sawyer Wreck’s Twitter bio lists her occupations as both of those “experienced wrestler” and “feminist get rid of pleasure,” and when we might concur with most of that conveniently — we will not dare disagree with anything at all she claims, TBF — the killjoy descriptor may well be fake. There was one thing distinctly gratifying about seeing her inflict punishment with almost everything but the kitchen sink on male opponent Dan Drennen all through a (really) hardcore match at Mayhem on Mills’ comeback “Bizarre Science” display in February. Wreck stands at about 10 toes tall, we’re unscientifically guessing, and seems to be like a incredibly distant relation of the Undertaker with her sinister demeanor and jet-black hair. The “Matriarch of Mayhem” has manufactured a name for herself on the more outré, out-there conclusion of the regional wrestling circuit, grappling for the aforementioned Mother, Gainesville’s gonzo Fest Wrestling, and even screening the grisly deathmatch waters in No Peace Underground. There’s nothing at all rather or acrobatic about her style of wrestling. It reminds us of the uncooked physicality of Mad Maxine or Bruiser Brody — just domination by dimensions and power and a willingness to bend the regulations. Following time she wrestles for Mayhem on Mills, you might be suggested not to pass up it, because the major leagues are certain to recognize her sooner somewhat than later. (