3. Still Life With Apricots & Pears
Some wrestlers will claim they are an experience. That they transcend wrestling. That they are art. But for Still Life With Apricots & Pears, that is not a claim. It is a fact.
Breaking out from under the shadow of BLANK and claiming the Young Lions Cup, Still Life made a name for herself as a monovalent and shockingly good sadistic heel in the ring, making the act of creating pain a work of beauty through a methodical in-ring style paired with picture perfect gimmick work. But alongside this, Still Life has shown in recent times that they are just as equipped to be the rookie face who draws cheers as easily as they drew boos in her early career.
Still Life has also showcased her skill goes beyond character and an understanding of face/heel dynamics. Wrestling the match of the show at Effy’s Big Gay Brunch and a beautiful display of wrestling against Lady Frost during Butch Vs Gore, Still Life can put an aesthically amazing action behind her persona.
No matter the persona or how she showcases it, Still Life brings art to bear in the ring. And it is a beautiful art as fit for The Louvre and beyond.