Girls Can't Fight! Brought up before, this review was requested and sponsored by presenting the relevant materials to your truly. GCF is a part of the Combat Fetish series, which generally has hot girls and great combat choreography, which(combined with the promise of bad girls getting their just desserts) really made me look forward to reviewing these clips. Each volume features two different fights, so let's review them one at a time: The first fight is between a spoiled pop star played by Emily Addison and her bodyguard. It's pretty much everything I've wanted from this series. Emily is really hot and a great actress, her bitchy character perfectly deserving what happens to her. The fight is well directed, with Emily being obviously weaker than her bodyguard, but using her sexy body and dirty shots she manages to put up a fight that goes back and forth in an interesting manner. Sadly, this is the best fight in the series and the only one to both utilize a proper bad girl and have the fight go back and forth. The next fight in the first volume is Nicole Oring challenging a douchebag in her gym to get out of her holds. He does so a few times by grabbing her sensitive bits, then she tries to get into a real fight - which he uses as an opportunity to strip and molest her. This is a far less interesting fight - it's very repetitive and one-sided. Also, while Addison's fight was an actual fight, this is a "wrestling" fight, focusing on boring holds and with little interesting action. Furthermore, the male fighter is SUCH a huge douche. The bodyguard in the Emily Addison segment has the douche uniform goatee and spiked hair, but he actually comes off as fairly sympathetic. The guy in Oring's segment, however, has such a punchable face and such annoying behavior, that I would much rather see Nicole pound his face in. Overall, I'd recommend volume one, if only for Emily's section. Volume two, however... The second volume opens with Capri Cavalli trying to physically throw out a roommate who won't pay his rent, which doesn't go well for her. The douchebag duties are more evenly spread this time around, with both participants being extremely annoying. More importantly, though Capri is a very beautiful woman, she apparently has absolutely no stage fighting skills, which make the fight very lacking in action. Capri takes one shot at the guy, he grabs her and holds her for a while, he let's her go and try to talk things over only for her to take another shot. I generally present Combat Fetish videos as examples of custom productions that don't rely on endless repetition to pad out their videos, but this is an exception to that rule. In the next segment Paris Kennedy is facing of with the douchebag wrestler from segment two of the first volume. He's a repairman who refuses to believe girls can fight, so she decides to demonstrate. I know that Paris is great at stage fighting, and she does her best to enliven the proceedings here, but apparently the non-actiony nature of the last segment this guy appeared in was due to his lack of skills - the best he can do is grab Paris a bit in shoddy looking holds and laugh in his best impression of a parody of a saturday morning cartoon villain. Overall, I'd give the second volume a pass, and recommend to the creators to tailor the third volume (if there will be one) to the first fight in the first volume.