When in need, Isamar is a friend indeed.
Working with Isamar is well…..not like work. It’s fun!
You can cover her wrestling events as a writer and wish that they lasted forever. You can sit down at a fancy Mexican restaurant and professionally wine and dine her for the latest scoops and receive fantastic relevant honest information that far exceeds expectations.
Though the scenarios may change, the faces involved as well; one thing that is always consistent is Isamar’s loyalty to the girls. Her female wrestling friends who she finds work for.
In today’s over crowded competitive world, at times loyalty seems to be a word only found in the dictionary. So let’s go there and remind ourselves what it means.
One school of thought is that loyalty is faithfulness to commitments or obligations. Another could express being unswerving in allegiance.
I like the latter because it could also imply that you will protect the interests of those you are loyal to without them knowing so. They don’t have to remind or prompt you to do so because you do it from the heart.
“Success is the result of perfection, hard work, learning from failure, loyalty, and persistence”.………..Colin Powell
This writer has worn and continues to wear many hats.
When I first started filming female wrestling a few years ago, virtually no one in Nor Cal wanted to work with me. I had to travel all the way to Southern California to produce my first shoot in a market that was novice friendly. Even there two of the competitors cancelled on me the night before the morning shoot. There was only one person in Nor Cal that was willing to give me a chance and guarantee that the wrestlers would show up.
Her name was Isamar.
She has also been very loyal to me in giving me access to certain private shoots that would be off limits to others. So one of the ways I try and reward her is to break bread at fancy Mexican restaurants that are abundant in the booming San Jose area.
To examine Mexican food here in America and in particular California would be too easy. Let’s do it Anthony Bourdain style and swerve away from the common tacos, burritos and enchiladas that we have been spoiled with.
Let’s take some risks.
Isamar is from Mexico so why don’t we drive there and look at some foods that are off the beaten path.
The exotic site travelandescape.ca gets us off to a great start. “One of the greatest parts of traveling is trying new things—especially new foods. And Mexico is full of new experiences in the culinary department.
Jugo verde literally means “green juice.” There is no recipe for green juice, as it depends on what green vegetables are available during the season. Most jugo verdes will at the very least include apio, or celery, as it juices quite nicely. The rest of the juice is made of up the juice of a variety of green vegetables, with the occasional twist of an orange or lemon. This stuff may look like green slime, but it is actually pretty tasty and jam-packed with nutrients.
As you walk the streets of Mexico, you are bound to pass carts bursting with colorful fruits, both in cups and artfully carved on top of sticks. You might notice that several of the fruits are dusted with a fine red powder—chili powder, to be exact. To a newbie traveler, adding spice to a sweet fruit may seem strange, but this is standard procedure in Mexico. You might be surprised at how much you enjoy the combination.”
Have you tried those dishes before? The writer from that travel site has one more suggestion.
“Not too long ago, I went to Baja California and tried ostrich, or avestruz for the first time. Seeing as it is a bird, I was expecting something along the lines of “tastes like chicken.” I was pleasantly surprised to find that ostrich is actually a red meat. It is a bit tough, but it tastes great on a kebab.”
The visually pleasing site delish.com shares a few more off the cobblestone road ideas. Let’s sip Yucatan Lemon Soup. “Although it’s traditionally made with limes (and you could certainly make it that way), Meyer lemons add a gentler, subtle twist to this classic Mexican soup with shrimp, garlic, and lots of fresh cilantro.
Mole is a thick, rich, and spicy Mexican sauce traditionally made from a blend of chiles, ground seeds or nuts, spices, and a small amount of unsweetened chocolate. Here, it elevates ordinary chicken to something extraordinary.”
Finally here’s what The Dallas news revealed. “Mexico City is often cited as one of world’s top culinary destinations, right up there with Paris, Rome and Tokyo. There’s never been a better time than now to experience Mexican cuisine.
In recent years, Mexico City has undergone a culinary renaissance. Local chefs, many educated abroad, are returning to their roots. They are reimagining old traditions and redefining the notion of Mexican gastronomy through the use of local ingredients with new techniques and imaginative presentation.”
“I take things like honor and loyalty seriously. It’s more important to me than any materialistic thing or any fame I could have”.……..Lloyd Banks
Like most female wrestlers, Isamar has traveled extensively and it’s always a joy to dine with her because she treats you like royalty and her knowledge of Latin cuisine is superb.
The world renowned motivational speaker Napoleon Hills educated us to something that we can relate to especially if we have experienced it firsthand. If so, it can be a source of deep pain that can create long term scars.
He expresses, “The Lack of loyalty is one of the major causes of failure in every walk of life.”
This tribute falls into the category of appreciating someone while they are still alive and in this case, professionally in your life. It’s not wise to wait until later. Later is often too late.
As the female wrestlers in Nor Cal can tell you; we all appreciate Isamar’s loyalty.
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As was stated in our original Mission Statement we also wish to cooperate with female submission wrestling sites that promote the services of the female submission wrestlers and paint them in a positive light in appreciation for their willingness to continue to entertain in our great industry ( femcompetitor.com ).
In the new world of competitive women’s wrestling the competitors that are most valuable are those that can drive honest traffic through the social media.
So far our top leaders are Cindy Huntress (FCI Powerful Cindy Huntress ), Lia Labowe (Lia Labowe-Dominator!), DWW’s Luzia (Luzia-DWW Hall Of Fame Wrestler Is Perfection), French Canadian Mutiny (Mutiny, A Wrestler From Canada With Talent Beyond Borders), ring legend Misty Blue Simmes (Misty Blue Comes Home), Skylar Rene (Skylar Rene, Female Wrestler, The Total Package) and the star of our story, the dynamic Isamar (Isamar Gutierrez-A Sensational Wrestler And Recruiter!).
The power of the new world that’s arriving is that the industry will not have to rely so heavily on eroticism to drive sales. Revenue will be generated through selling ad space to advertisers on our conservative websites.
It’s great to know that Isamar is the face of the new world of women’s wrestling and that should come as no surprise.
There is no question that she possesses the right internal qualifications.
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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, dwwgalaxy.com, fciwomenswrestling.com, fciwomenswrestling2.com, femcompetitor.com, dictionary.reference.com, merriam-webster.com, dallasnews.com, travelandescape.ca, Isamar’s photos thank you femcompetitor.com, Mexican cuisine photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.