After years of service, some companies give you a gold watch when you leave. After wrestling in over 25 matches for a company, Chantel Lace was bestowed the honor of being called “One Tough Broad”. article, Chantel Lace Facebook photo article, Chantel Lace Facebook photo

Chantel is a veteran on the women’s wrestling circuit and has worked with some of the industry greats including San Jose champion Isamar, American super star Cheyenne Jewel, legend and webmaster Keri Spectrum, beautiful starlit Kymberly Jane, pretty Nor Cal tough girl Olivia D’Angelo and many more.

When she describes herself, we can appreciate this shapely beauty is willing to try new things, take risks and stand up for her convictions.

At the large membership site Chantel expresses, “I am an Irish and Cherokee Indian model. I have posed in Hustler and taboo magazine. I have also headlined in clubs as a dancer/entertainer. I own my own video production company and I also act and model for several other companies.”

She’s a pretty good wrestler too.

When I watch her matches I can appreciate that she is a high energy dynamo. As far as a scouting report, she’s a competitor that easily defeats newer girls, struggles with those at her level and rarely defeats champions. In terms of her wrestling she truly does seem to qualify as a journey level fighter who is neither on the rise or decline but entertains with a steady performance.

Her private life and career speak to varied engagement and enterprise. Her employment history includes serving as a Fire Fighter, Army Service Woman, Truck Driver, Police Officer, Corrections Officer and was discovered by the electric Rocker Alice Cooper. He hired Chantel to work with the band on two tours as a Theatrical Stage Dancer.

In terms of the sports world, this girl is truly tough. She’s been involved in boxing and no holds barred fighting.

We’re not done yet. article, Wikimedia photo article, Wikimedia photo

Her entertainment resume is laced with gigs as a professional dominatrix at the Moonlight Bunny Ranch in Carson City, NV. She was featured on the HBO documentary show Cathouse: the Series.

When you’ve have life experiences that resemble rock climbing at some points you run into obstacles. One such bump in the road for Chantel was when some of the fire fighters she worked with objected to her alternate career. It made national news. When you read the news articles relating to it, the story is fairly involved but what stood out the most was that Chantel stood up for what she believed in and throughout our life’s journey, for those of us who have stood up for our beliefs, my experience has taught me that you will often look back and see if you could have handled the situation better, but you never regret doing so.

I’ve had my worst regrets when I didn’t stand up for what I believed in, let the situation quietly wash away but never, ever got closure on it.

Chantel seems to take a different approach. She was quoted as saying with passion, “Don’t ever tell me I can’t do something…I’ll promise to prove you wrong!”

I think we can all learn a lesson from Chantel.

Like most female wrestlers, Chantel has traveled extensively but research indicates that Sacramento is the place she most often called home. article, Wikimedia photo article, Wikimedia photo

Female Competition International always desires to educate in our articles so let’s travel to California’s Capitol and briefly view the region that influenced and shaped Chantel’s life.

Our official Tour Guide Wikipedia shares, “Sacramento is the capital city of the U.S. state of California and the seat of government of Sacramento County. It is at the confluence of the Sacramento River and the American River in the northern portion of California’s expansive Central Valley.

Its estimated 2014 population of 475,122 made it the fifth-largest city in California. Sacramento is the cultural and economic core of the Sacramento metropolitan area which includes seven counties with an estimated 2009 population of 2,527,123.” article, Wikimedia photo article, Wikimedia photo

This little known fact stands out. In 2002, the Civil Rights Project at Harvard University conducted for TIME magazine named Sacramento “America’s Most Diverse City”.

Sacramento became a city through the efforts of the Swiss immigrant John Sutter, Sr., his son John Sutter, Jr., and James W. Marshall. Sacramento grew quickly thanks to the protection of Sutter’s Fort, which was established by Sutter in 1839. During the California Gold Rush, Sacramento was a major distribution point, a commercial and agricultural center, and a terminus for wagon trains, stagecoaches, riverboats, the telegraph, the Pony Express, and the First Transcontinental Railroad.”

SUTTER’S FORT article, Wikimedia photo article, Wikimedia photo

Having spent quite a bit of time in Sacramento myself, there are many things that I appreciated about the Valley Metropolis but a few of the assets that really stand out are the area’s parks.

McKinley Park, located in East Sacramento among quaint Tudor brick homes and tree lined streets is a massive park, great for jogging with yuppies and playing tennis practically all day long.

Land Park, located near the old Sacramento Airport is expansive as well and is a great place for weekend BBQs and family outings right in the heart of town.

South of Sacramento is Elk Grove Park well known for its beautiful lake filled with ducks and geese who love to come close to you.

My summary of thought regarding the River City is that from spring through fall there is endless sunshine and it’s fantastic for a wide variety of outdoor activities and raising a family.

Chantel made a nice residential choice.

We hope to continue to see Chantel on the wrestling circuit again. Many of her matches can be purchased at Academy Women’s Wrestling and We Bring It, up in Placerville.

The female wrestling industry is always grateful to the Chantel’s of our community who don’t just pass through, but compete in a lot of matches. Now that I have evolved from exclusively being a fan to a video producer to an industry writer, I can’t tell you enough how I research competitors like Cindy Huntress, Bunny Glamazon, Mikayla Miles and others who could have been super stars but just didn’t participate enough. When that occurs, I feel many things but mostly what I feel is that we as fans missed out.

Chantel Lace?

Thanks for sticking around. We appreciate your skills, beauty, energy and courage of conviction.

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