Quiet, reflective, soft spoken and observant, you would think she would be named anything except Ingrid Mouth.

Her mouth hardly moves.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, femcompetitor copyright photo

However when it does, it speaks loudly and carries a very big Fem Competitor stick.

Her wrestling career thus far has been about expectations exceeded, opportunities seized and maximized along with potential not only attained but surpassed.

Talk about actions speaking louder than words.

She choked out the very sexy, beautiful, feminine, statuesque blonde Mona Wales (otherwise known in some circles as The Platinum Preacher) who had her class closed and bell rung in the middle of the lesson.

Someone please call security!………….NOW!

She turned the previously undefeated Beretta James into Water Pistol Jamie who fired blanks in an all-out decimation.

Drip, drip, drip.

In what initially appeared to be a showdown with the far more experienced and taller Odile instead turned into a show off; with the match having to be stopped several times due to Odile’s injuries.

My oh my, oh dear, Odile.

For a minute there I thought someone was going to say……. Oh! Dial 911!

The match description indicated that Ingrid’s solid thrashing of the shapely journey level soldier may have sent Odile into retirement. We hope not. She’s too young and sexy for that.

The irony of all of this is that previously when FCI interviewed Ingrid, she stated she didn’t see wrestling as a career path. Hopefully after administering several butt whippings, her thinking has changed. We need to put out an APB in the women’s submission wrestling world for producers to turn over pillow cushions, smash piggy banks, sit on marshmallows eyes closed and wish for Christmas to come four times a year so we can get some money to keep Ingrid interested.

I haven’t been this excited about a new rising star on the scene since Sexy Starlitt who was not only kicking feminine butt and taking names……but cell phone numbers too. Therein is a cautionary tale. As soon as the blonde beauty blazed a startling trail, moments later she was gone and permanently retired.

Ingrid has been upgrading her skills by taking Jujitsu and doing some weight training. Viewing her pre-match interviews she has become very calm and gathers information like asking Odile about her previous injuries that she needs to be careful not to irritate.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, femcompetitor copyright photo

(Whisper… “Or take advantage of”)

She also likes to express that she has very little experience. (Whisper…. “If that’s gamesmanship, I luv it!”)

Typically at this point in a story, FCI would take you to another part of the world that you most likely may have never traveled to. In Ingrid’s case, a city kid, she’s admitted that she hasn’t traveled as much as she would have liked. Time and time again we express that part of the joy of covering the women’s wrestling industry is due the endless global journeys, life lessons and personal interest stories that expand our mind.

Almost every article.

A girl of varied interests, when speaking with FCI, Indrid explained how she loves to bike.

Exercise is really important to me – it’s therapeutic. So if I’m ever feeling tense or stressed or like I’m about to have a meltdown, I’ll put on my iPod and head to the gym or out on a bike ride along Lake Michigan with the girls.………Michelle Obama

The biking culture seems to be far more organized than it used to be. Let’s take a tour through one of Ingrid’s favorite past times.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

The New York Times reports, with an increasingly permanent network of lanes and legal access to office buildings around the city, the bicycle is becoming more entrenched as a mode of transportation. An entity no less mainstream than the United States Department of Transportation is on board, recently describing bicycles and pedestrians as “equals” to trains, planes and automobiles and encouraging further development of cycling infrastructure at the state and federal level.

Close to Ingrid’s home, the informative cycling site liveworkoakland.com pedals us forward.

The bike community abounds and thrives in Oakland and Berkeley, in part because there is such a diverse range of entry points for anyone looking to be a part of a bike-centric community.

The East Bay has a wealth of locally-owned bike shops and bike-friendly businesses that can suit your needs when it comes to finding the perfect bike, parts, and apparel.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

Here are just a few of the many bike clubs in the East Bay Area.

  1. Bay Area Cycling Meetup group

This Meetup group – 3,157 members strong and counting – is for people looking to meet other local cyclists for rides all around the greater San Francisco Bay Area. Rides are tiered by difficulty, from beginner to advanced.

  1. Berkeley Bicycle Club : Billing itself as the “premiere amateur racing team in Northern California,” the Berkeley Bicycle Club puts on at least two notable bike racing events annually – the Berkeley Hills Road Race and BBC/Albany Criterium – and averages about 30 active racers each season.

FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/groups/berkeleybike
TWITTER: @berkeleybike

  1. Bicycle Trails Council of the East Bay
    The BTCEB is a membership-based mountain biking nonprofit group that advocates for fair access to parks and trails of the East Bay, and hosts fun group rides, parties, and social events.
    PHONE: (510) 761-6825
  2. Bike the Bay Cycling Meetup group
    This very active Meetup group is for anyone who wants to meet new people through cycling. Their road rides range from flat, social, brunch or happy hour rides to moderately difficult, mid- to long-distance, 20-100 mile rides with 1,000-5,000-foot climbs. An example of a recent social ride: a flat Saturday morning 20-miler ending up at the Chevy’s in Emeryville for Cinco de Mayo lunch and margaritas.
  3. Bike to Work Day
    Bike to Work Day is an annual day that promotes safe, fun bicycling by encouraging people to bike to and from work in masse. Founded in 1994 by the East Bay Bicycle Coalition, May 8, 2014 marks the 20th anniversary of Bike to Work Day. Energizer Stations, after-work bike parties, and more help to ease thousands of bike commuting newbies and veterans alike into the ride to and from work. PHONE: (415) 787-2893

Man, when I’m riding with the helmet on, I’m invisible. And people just deal with me as the guy on the bike… it gives you a chance to read ’em.…..Brad Pitt

Thanks Ingrid for turning us on to the new world of biking.

I remember that warm, sweaty afternoon in San Jose when I first met Ingrid. It was her first wrestling match ever. Who would have thought that of all the competitors that day, Ingrid would be the one to blaze the hottest victory trail?

That’s what I love about life. It’s full of fantastic surprises.

Which reminds me. Ingrid should really promote her sessions more. She would be great at dominating men too and could charge top dollar for it.

Others are taller, wider and have larger bodies but like all potential champions what Ingrid possesses are the key internal ingredients that separate her from the rest of the sensuous lip gloss gladiators.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, femcompetitor copyright photo

Whatever we can do to influence Ingrid to see wrestling as a career path………

We need to do it now.

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