Roller Derby Rampage

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Its a great physical work out You dont find at a gym,Or workout routine that is worth paying for. Its fun physically challenging and athletic. A great way to meet new people. And travel to places you'd never consider going. Absolute entertainment and a great way to stay in great shape.

kwik kyra more than 6 years ago

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Maybe you should come see an actual bout sometime Maria... It might change your mind. We don't fight nor try to "disfigure" any other player! We are athletes and the sport is very hard to train for.....

more than 6 years ago

roller girls

Yeah this makes perfect sense to me. Women willing to play a full contact sport and take the money they get and DONATE it to help women who are abused (not by choice), seems perfectly logical to me. These women play the sport not to DISFIGURE each other. It's about a full contact sports team wanting to help, no one complains when football players donate to charities so leave these women who aren't millionaires alone when they choose to keep paying to play so that ABUSE to women stop, instead of pocketing the money.

Casie more than 6 years ago

roller girls

donned fishnet stockings and slammed other woman into walls and attempt to disfigure woman.... ALL TO STOP THE VIOLENCE HUH?
wow sounds liek a lot of thought went into that.

maria more than 6 years ago

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