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14th Aug '17 2:00:32 PM kazokuhouou
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* Zigzagged in the ''WesternAnimation/Sealab2021'' episode "Splitsville": The two Debbies and Yumi end up getting in one over Quinn. However, while the bar patrons got a good view of the fight in universe, the viewers of the show didn't, thanks to an overturned table blocking their view. Still, the girls were very vocal about what happened, especially when their tops ripped off.
6th Aug '17 8:34:55 AM TheDocCC
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* Played for laughs in Futurama a couple of times. For example, in the episode Jurassic Bark, Fry is motivated by a chance to resurrect his long-dead dog and he completely ignores Leela and Amy wrestling in skimpy outfits. A few other times, the men are quite happy to watch a catfight.
2nd Aug '17 4:57:37 AM benda
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* Notoriously averted [[http://youtu.be/oGFr_NcKyfo?t=6m10s in the music video]] for Creator/MyleneFarmer's "Libertine": the fight features hitting a head with a bottle, swinging a firepoker and blood flying around. Bonus points for the video actually being highly erotically charged (unsurprisingly, if you know who [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertine libertines]] are). Same goes for "Pourvu Quelles Soient Douces", sequel to "Libertine" ([[MudWrestling despite even featuring some mud]]).

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* Notoriously averted [[http://youtu.be/oGFr_NcKyfo?t=6m10s in the music video]] for Creator/MyleneFarmer's "Libertine": the fight features hitting a head with a bottle, swinging a firepoker and blood flying around. Bonus points for the video actually being highly erotically charged (unsurprisingly, if you know who [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertine libertines]] are). [[http://youtu.be/L0DwIefImuA?t=10m15s Same goes for for]] "Pourvu Quelles Soient Douces", sequel to "Libertine" ([[MudWrestling despite even featuring some mud]]).
2nd Aug '17 4:55:09 AM benda
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* Notoriously averted [[http://youtu.be/oGFr_NcKyfo?t=6m10s in the music video]] for Creator/MyleneFarmer's "Libertine": the fight features hitting a head with a bottle, swinging a firepoker and blood flying around. Bonus points for the video actually being highly erotically charged (unsurprisingly, if you know who [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertine libertines]] are).

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* Notoriously averted [[http://youtu.be/oGFr_NcKyfo?t=6m10s in the music video]] for Creator/MyleneFarmer's "Libertine": the fight features hitting a head with a bottle, swinging a firepoker and blood flying around. Bonus points for the video actually being highly erotically charged (unsurprisingly, if you know who [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertine libertines]] are). Same goes for "Pourvu Quelles Soient Douces", sequel to "Libertine" ([[MudWrestling despite even featuring some mud]]).
31st Jul '17 12:52:16 PM benda
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* Notoriously averted [[http://youtu.be/oGFr_NcKyfo?t=6m10s in the music video]] for Creator/MyleneFarmer's "Libertine": the fight features hitting a head with a bottle, swinging a firepoker and blood flying around. Bonus points for the video actually being highly erotically charged (unsurprisingly, if you know who [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Libertine libertines]] are).
24th Jul '17 7:22:16 AM Scorntex
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* ''ComicBook/TheSimpsons:'' Subverted in an issue where Mr. Smithers becomes Homer's assistant. He and Marge get into increasingly petty arguments, and at one point it looks like Marge has start attacking him, complete with hissing... only they've been distracted by two actual cats fighting outside.
20th Jul '17 10:39:59 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* There was one in the short Fox Soap Opera Generations see it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqJhp6fScQk here]]

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* There was one in the short Fox "Fox Soap Opera Generations see Generations." See it [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqJhp6fScQk here]] here]].
* ''[[Series/{{GLOW2017}} GLOW]]'': The ShowWithinAShow is centered on female wrestling and the titillation that it provides viewers. The director calls it "porn you can watch with your kids." In the first episode, an actual catfight breaks out between two women in the ring, and the other wrestlers can't tell if it's real or not.
19th Jul '17 12:27:08 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''Film/TwoDaysInTheValley'' features a fight between Creator/TeriHatcher and Creator/CharlizeTheron that was featured heavily in the advertising campaign.
13th Jul '17 9:44:11 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Wrestling/JimCornette believes men make better managers than women because whimpy men tend to be more [[VeryPunchableMan punchable]] and that women who can't wrestle are best for this trope. That said, on shows he has anything resembling an authoritative position, such as Wrestling/SmokeyMountainWrestling, Ohio Valley, Wrestling/{{TNA}} or Wrestling/RingOfHonor, he's made his preference for actual matches between trained women athletes than for cat fights. His lamentation being there are simply less of those athletes available since Fabulous Moolah stopped working as a trainer.
* Ring of Honor did feature some cat fights during its early years, mostly between The Lovely Lacey and Becky Bayless, representing rival splinters of Special K. But given Special K's [[TheGimmick gimmick]] was [[DrugsAreBad being too strung out to wrestle properly]], it fit them. Otherwise, even Allison Danger and Ariel from the exotico Christopher Street Connection had matches with joint locks, stiff strikes and impacts, even in the former's fan service heavy encounters with [[Wrestling/MickieJames Alexis Laree]]. Post Special K, Lacey herself had a violent feud with Wrestling/DaizeeHaze.

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* Wrestling/JimCornette believes men make better managers than women because whimpy men tend to be more [[VeryPunchableMan punchable]] and that women who can't wrestle are best for this trope. That said, on shows he has anything resembling an authoritative position, such as Wrestling/SmokeyMountainWrestling, Ohio Valley, Wrestling/{{TNA}} or Wrestling/RingOfHonor, he's made his preference for actual matches between trained women athletes than for cat fights.fights visible. His lamentation being there are simply less of those athletes available since Fabulous Moolah stopped working as a trainer.
* Ring of Honor did feature some cat fights during its early years, mostly between The Lovely Lacey and Becky Bayless, representing rival splinters of Special K. But given Special K's [[TheGimmick gimmick]] was [[DrugsAreBad being too strung out to wrestle properly]], it fit them. Otherwise, even Allison Danger and Ariel from the exotico Christopher Street Connection had matches with joint locks, stiff strikes and hard impacts, even in the former's fan service heavy encounters with [[Wrestling/MickieJames Alexis Laree]]. Post Special K, Lacey herself had a violent feud with Wrestling/DaizeeHaze.Wrestling/DaizeeHaze.
* Averted by the "Cathouse Brawl" Ohio Championship Wrestling booked between [[Wrestling/MadisonRayne Lexi Lane]] and Sassy Stephie, [[NonIndicativeName even though it was billed]] as a "catfight". There two had hated each other for years, there were {{no holds barred|contest}}, and Lexi ended up legitimately injuring Stephie.
13th Jul '17 10:35:40 AM CosmicFerret
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* Horrifically subverted in ''Film/CabinFever: Patient Zero''. A bikini-clad protagonist and a female scientist do get into a brawl over control of the sole boat off the island, but as both of them are in the late stages of the flesh-eating virus being studied on said island and thus kind of falling apart, the result is bloody and gruesome FanDisservice.
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