Daisy Ducati consumes a lifestyle of varied interests and challenges.
“Well guess who decided to show up to her match?”
That’s what she expressed to a competitor she had been dominating in a fully competitive women’s submission wrestling match who finally, finally became aggressive. I guess she has a sense of humor too. Artistically speaking she seems to be many things and at least of a couple of people as well.
Is it Daisy Ducati or Nikki Lux? Or both?
I’ll choose both since I researched both names and her picture appears in both places.
Before I was assigned to cover the wrestling shoot in San Jose that would feature well-known San Francisco-San Jose bay area female submission wrestlers Isamar Guiterrez, FeFe, Penny Barber and Bella Rossi, I was excited to learn that Nikki Lux would be there so I was a little surprised when she introduced herself as Daisy Ducati.
There were many matches that day so I decided my conversation with Daisy about her name rotation would have to wait for a future event that I’m certain will come. How would Daisy do?
I knew that she previously wrestled at an event promoted by a San Francisco East Bay women’s wrestling company but I didn’t hear about her results. The wrestlers here are all experienced so I wasn’t sure how she would do but immediately in to the first match my question was answered.
Daisy, I mean Nikki, I mean Chickie; whatever….this beauty can truly wrestle!
Not to give anything away but one match that I thought was certain to be a competitive show down turned out to be an exciting show off for Daisy. Wow!
At her website Daisy says, she’s “a fierce fetish princess with an insatiable appetite for all things kinky. A lifestyle switch and fetishist, Miss Daisy has a lot of tricks up her shiny latex sleeves, with over ten years of fashion and commercial modeling experience.”
At her other website Nikki sayzzzz, she is “is a dynamic and eclectic model with a wide range of skills. She is strong, flexible and exceptionally creative with posing as well as concepts. Nikki is also a skilled actress with a diverse range of experiences.”
Create your own visual style… let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others.
Who do you believe?
I believe both so I’m going to call her Nikki Daisy not to be confused with Doris Daisy.
Sure I jest, because while watching Daisy I could tell she had a sense of humor. If you hang around her friend Penny Barber, an experienced wrestler/work in progress comedian in training; if you don’t you have a sizable sense of humor you better develop one.
Like many of the competitors we have interviewed, Daisy Ducati hails from San Francisco, truly one of the most breathtaking, exciting and educational centers of the world.
When we highlighted the beautiful and talented wrestler FeFe (see FCI article FeFe Submission Wrestler), the focus was the San Francisco art world. When we dialed in on a competitor who owns a business named Dana Vixen (FCI Dana Submission Wrestler), the focus was San Francisco’s small business industry. Today given Daisy’s unique talent we’d like to look at one of the most unique museums in the world, the San Francisco Exploratorium.
Wikipedia shares, the Exploratorium is a museum in San Francisco whose stated mission is to change the way the world learns. It has been described by the New York Times as the most important science museum to have opened since the mid-20th century, an achievement attributed to “the nature of its exhibits, its wide-ranging influence and its sophisticated teacher training program”. Characterized as “a mad scientist’s penny arcade, a scientific funhouse, and an experimental laboratory all rolled into one”, the participatory nature of its exhibits and its self-identification as a center for informal learning has led to it being cited as the prototype for participatory museums around the world.
The Exploratorium was founded by physicist and educator Frank Oppenheimer and opened in 1969 at the Palace of Fine Arts, its home until January 2, 2013. On April 17, 2013, the Exploratorium reopened at Piers 15 and 17 on San Francisco’s Embarcadero. The historic interior and exterior of Pier 15 was renovated extensively prior to the move, and is divided into several galleries mainly separated by content, including the physics of seeing and listening (Light and Sound), Human Behavior, Living Systems, Tinkering (including electricity and magnetism), the Outdoor Gallery, and the Bay Observatory Gallery, which focuses on local environment, weather, and landscape.
Since the museum’s founding, over 1,000 participatory exhibits have been created, approximately 600 of which are on the floor at any given time. The exhibit-building workshop space is contained within the museum and is open to view. In addition to the public exhibition space, the Exploratorium has been engaged in the professional development of teachers, science education reform, and the promotion of museums as informal education centers since its founding. Since Oppenheimer’s death in 1985, the Exploratorium has expanded into other domains, including its 50,000-page website and two iPad apps on sound and color, and has inspired an international network of participatory museums working to engage the public with general science education. The new Exploratorium building is also working to showcase environmental sustainability efforts as part of its goal to become the largest net-zero museums in the country.
This is the beauty of living in or near San Francisco; like Daisy Ducati, so much is designed in unique packages.
After this writer has viewed several of Daisy’s matches, the scouting report is in and the analysis has marinated. If private wrestling companies can continue to provide work for Daisy and she participates in larger events like Femwin’s Las Vegas Extravaganza, she will emerge as one of the top submission wrestlers in the world. We know that is saying a lot but given our over 20 year collective experience, we are confident this is true. She is a super talent.
Her only apparent weakness is when she is caught in a strong scissor hold while on her knees, instead of fiercely applying her elbows to her opponent’s thighs to break the hold, she tends to submit.
The other beauty to Daisy is that she is very personable and after viewing her Twitter, very knowledgeable about varied subjects of human interest.
You’ve heard it before, we’ve said it before, but hey; so have others. Seriously folks.
Daisy Ducati can become a big time player.
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Sources: Wikipedia, brainyquote.com,Twitter, fciwomenswrestling.com, Ms. Daisy’s photos copyrighted by fciwomenswrestling.com and femcompetitor.com