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Fight Club


The first rule of Fight Club is, you do not talk about Fight Club.

I picked up the Alba Fight Club skin from MOJO Skin and instantly had to find a boxing ring.  The skin is a group gift near the front welcome area of MOJO Skin.   MIAMAI sent the shushibrown Jeanie hair to sub-o members a few days ago.  The hair seems a bit displaced and messy, perfect for a sweaty knock out fight.  The pink Yoga outfits are from RezIpsa Loc are L$75 for a set of two pink outfits.  This is a limited time offer only (These were offered for the Lazy Sunday event and are still available).

Of course I had to find some boxing gloves to complete the look.  There are a free pair of blue boxing gloves at Lonsdale Boxing Gym.  The gloves are animated so you can actually knock your opponent out in the ring.  If you’d rather throw punches in your own ring theres a dollarbie boxing ring on MarketPlace here: https://marketplace.secondlife.com/p/Boxing-ring/431070

The Fight Me Poses are free in the Diesel Works Animations hunt.  The Diesel Works Animations hunt has ten hidden signs to find with 8 couple poses, a pose Martini glass with 7 poses included, and the unisex Fight Me pose set of 11 poses.

We often get negative comments when beat up role play type skins are shown.  I am wearing the skin to portray the strong confident woman that I am.  This skin in no way is an abused skin, but a skin of a champion athlete… a warrior.


*RezIpsa Loc: Yoga Outfits in Pinks (L$75)

*Lonsdale Boxing Gym: Boxing Gloves (L$0)

*MIAMAI: Jeanie Hair (SOM – L$0)

*MOJO Skin: Fight Club Alba Skin (Group – L$0)

*Diesel Works Animations: Fight Me Poses (L$0)

*{TERHO}: Emoter HUD (L$0)



Author: Renee Lowenhart

Fabulously Free in SL ☆FabFree Blogger: www.fabfree.wordpress.com☆ ★Owner of the FabFree and FabLucky in world groups★

5 thoughts on “Fight Club

  1. Hi Renee,

    this is a completely off-topic comment lol. First, I want to congratulate you and all the staff on such great job you do here… so good that fabfree is my default page when my browser opens lol (addicted who?).

    Actually the reason for this comment is to ask you guys for help. I know you know a lot of people and stuff, and I’m trying to find the creator of my favorite skin, cause I want more!

    Unfortunately it seems he or she left SL or something as now the profile shows as disabled.

    Here’s is a link to a post of mine showing the skin, I would be really grateful if any of you could take a couple of mins to go and check it (and hopefully get me some info on it lol).


    Thanks for your time 🙂

    Venus Nurmi


  2. if you already have the profile info that’s all anyone is going to be able to provide. If the designer left SL then probably wont be able to get more skins by the designer, unless they return.


  3. Looking at the skin on your blog Venus, it is very very close to LAQ skins.. The glow, the shading and everything.

    If he or she has left SL but you like the style of the skin, maybe try out some LAQ skins 😀


  4. Hi, thanks a lot girls, I’ll definitively check LAQ. 😀


  5. I’m okay with this kind of presentation of the beat up skin. It’s the ones that — usually through the advertising of them — present the scars and bruises of physical abuse (as opposed to equitable combat) as “sexy” or “pretty” that I find pretty repulsive. A tough gal in the boxing ring is one thing; a hot-because-she’s-abused, ‘cry your pretty eyes out’ battered chick is quite another. Context means a lot. It seems the fashion for the latter has peaked and started to die out. I’m not running across that as much as I was last year.

    Not that I’m a fan of violent contact sports, which are sometimes pretty exploitative of the players, but that’s a different debate and one that I am somewhat less passionate about. Or at least not passionate enough about to exert much SL blog commentary on.