It’s no mystery or illusion. Mystique is really good.
“She longs for the old days of Marilyn Monroe and Audrey Hepburn, stars who had real glamour and mystique. We only knew so much about their lives; the rest was a mystery.”
Victoria Louise “Pixie” Lott is an English singer, songwriter, and actress who said that.
Her debut single, “Mama Do”, was released in June 2009 and went straight to number one in the UK Singles Chart.
Our Mystique, who wrestles at London Wrestling Studios, to some of us who have long been around the women’s wrestling industry, purposeful or not, is somewhat of an enigma.
She smiles, though she soon will be lethal. She is slender, yet incredibly strong. She doesn’t boast a long list of special training disciplines, yet she is very skilled. Every time I watch her compete, she seems to win…..and smile.
If we look to folklore for answers, another Mystique is a fictional character associated with the Marvel Comics‘ franchise X-Men. Created by artist David Cockrum and writer Chris Claremont, she first appeared in Ms. Marvel #16.
Wikipedia continues, “Throughout most of her history, Mystique has been a supervillain, founding her own Brotherhood of Mutants and assassinating several important people involved in mutant affairs. Mystique herself is a mutant, a shape shifter whose natural appearance includes blue skin and yellow eyes. At one point, she mentions that she is over 100 years old.
Little is known about Mystique’s past due to the fact that she can eliminate the outward signs of aging with her shape-changing power, and it’s not known exactly how old she is.”
In the female wrestling industry, we’re curious but not overly concerned about a female wrestler’s past. It’s her present and future that captures our attention and Mystique the submission wrestler clearly has a bright one.
Here is what one of the leading women’s wrestling industry’s event producers, London Wrestling Studios had to say about her. “Mystique is truly a unique girl; this beautiful young lady came to us straight after finishing school in 2008! Although she is relatively petite, due to her highly competitive nature, she can dominate opponents quite a lot bigger than herself.
Having undertaken a series of strength challenges, Mustique is currently, pound for pound, our strongest wrestler. As many have already found, when she clamps her scissors on, you will know all about it! As you can see in her pics, Mystique loves to wrestle in custom made wrestling outfits, so prepare to be distracted as you are squeezed and submitted.”
She has submitted many.
The notches on her Bren LMG are notable and varied. Medusa, Ashley, Star, Thunder, Shelby Beach, Jenny, Meteor and the “unofficial” champion Sable have all given Mystique their best shot. I’ve actually read on other competitor’s Twitter pages where the competitor concedes defeat to her even before the match begins.
You wouldn’t concede defeat to her even before your session begins would you?
If you would like to wrestle our British maiden you can do so by traveling to Central London.
Shall we go there together?
The informative travels site golondon.about.com shares, “London is a wonderful place to visit but you do need to plan in advance to make the most of your time. There is an incredible amount of options to consider: when to visit, where to stay, what to see… I hope this helps make the planning simpler for you.
London’s public transport is easy and safe to use.
Between the Underground rail system and the bus routes, you can get almost anywhere you want fairly cheaply. Or if you’ve got a little more money, a black taxi will take you there.
If you are only staying in London for a short time (a week or less) it would be best to stay in central London to avoid wasting time traveling. It is remarkably easy to get around London on public transport so don’t worry too much about which area in central London; if you find a hotel you like, or can get a great deal, then as long as it’s central you will be fine.”
The fantastic information source Wikipedia adds, “Central London is the innermost part of London, England. There is no official definition of its area, but its characteristics are understood to include a high density built environment, high land values, an elevated daytime population and a concentration of regionally, nationally and internationally significant organizations and facilities.”
You can relax, make a day of it, get whipped by Mystique….excuse me, I mean wrestle Mystique and then take in a fine dinner.
At experienceproject.com here is what one very satisfied customer had to say about our LWS tough chick.
“On the day I session wrestled with Mystique, a beautiful petite lady wrestler, she met me at the train station in East London. It was my first visit to the London Wrestling Studio, having used other such places previously. She led the way as we walked to the studio. As we chatted, me telling her of the type of session I wanted. I then knew it’d be a good session with an open minded beauty.
Her specialty was headlocks and she put me into plenty. My head and neck were stiff and felt strange for a while after the session. Mystique belly-smothered me quite a number of times. Heaven!! I asked if she’d session wrestle me again and she said yes.”
Many say the film character Mystique was the heart and soul of the film X-Men First Class stating emphatically, “Winning us over when we first meet her as a scared and hungry little girl. Throughout the film, she’s the most likable character.”
When someone possesses charisma and a certain mystique, it can entice us to want to peel away the layers. It’s easy to long for the aura and magic of the past encased in perfection by our imperfect memories.
What this writer likes about young Mystique is that she is clearly about the future. As she continues to compete victoriously, not only is watching her in the present enjoyable, the future also looks very bright too.
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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, golondon.about.com, experienceproject.com, londonwrestlingstudio.co.uk, jonathanlast.com/x-men-first-class-the-temptation-of-mystique, fciwomenswrestling.com, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, femcompetitor.com, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.