It would be great to receive a dollar, no make that ten dollars for every Euro Beauty that has competitively wrestled over the years and provided sensational sessions as well.
We could then retire on the French Riviera.
In a really, really, really small apartment.
We can’t get enough of them so just in case you’ve been busy, we would like to briefly highlight a few more Euro Eye Candies.
We’ve been to Vienna, Germany electronically a ton of times before, but hey, if there is gold in them thar hills, why not keep mining?
Chastis is a gorgeous German girl who loves to wrestle men. You like that right?
We certainly do.
She expresses in both English and German, “Hi to all mixed wrestlers. I am ready to show you my power and skills. I am looking forward to meeting with you on the mats!”
Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Why don’t we stay on that side of the world and travel to Chastis sister country in Austria to meet Samantha.
She is described as muscular. Femcompetitor Magazine would simply describe her as gorgeous.
She sessions out of Graz, Austria but researching her other info, this beauty is constantly on the go.
Do you speak German? She indicates that is a plus.
Our beauty smiles, “I have an athletic feminine body and like to wrestle men. I am new to the scene but being taught in grappling for quite a while I know I am a tough opponent. I do not speak English. If you e-mail me in English, I first have to translate it by a friend. It will take longer to respond. Obviously, it is better to respond in German.”
Samantha is in fantastic shape and her email is email@example.com
Since we have thoroughly covered the performances of the Danube Princesses wrestling in Vienna it would be great to expand our horizons and look in on Graz.
On 1 July 2015, it had a population of 310,391 (of which 278,050 had principal residence status).
Graz has a long tradition as a “university town“: its six universities have more than 44,000 students. Its “Old Town” is one of the best-preserved city centers in Central Europe.
In 1999, Graz was added to the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage Sites, and the site was extended in 2010 by Schloss Eggenberg. Graz was sole Cultural Capital of Europe for 2003 and got the title of a City of Culinary Delights in 2008.
What are some of those culinary delights?
The fun and informative site wanderant.com shares, “When you hear gourmands rave about “Austria’s delicatessen,” they’re talking about Graz, the country’s gastronomy-wild southernmost city.
With its mild, almost Mediterranean climate, Graz inspires a close relationship with nature — which, in turn, plays out happily in kitchens throughout the city. From its bars to coffeehouses, wine bars to inns to restaurants, you’ll be invited to sample regional delicacies made with products — cherries, apricots, summer mushrooms — from the nearby Styrian regions.
Take a culinary stroll, starting at one of the two central farmer’s markets, still run by local farmers. (Your can’t-miss souvenir: a tasty, dark-green pumpkinseed oil, made in Steiermark.) Southern light cooking dominates in summer, and the city flocks around the countless outdoor dining establishments. Winter brings traditional Alpine cuisine, the famed Christmas markets and Advent season, and some of the cozier meals you’ll find in Europe.”
Did you get all of that?
Good, because here is more to digest.
Dressed to eat, the great travel site travel.ogate.com emphasizes, “In no other Austrian city are chefs in restaurants and inns able to obtain such fine ingredients so easily. Thus, a visit to Graz is always a culinary experience with seasonal highlights. In Graz, good food, accompanied by excellent wine and beer, is, of course, not limited to exclusive gourmet cuisine – it is, like so many things in Graz, everyday quality.”
The tasty site www.afar.com confirms and spreads more mouth-watering good news. “The Austrian cuisine is a colorful journey of discovery. One place in particular takes its culinary tradition very seriously – the southern city of Graz. Austria’s second biggest town remains somewhat undiscovered by overseas visitors, which preserves it as a hot insider tip for gourmets. Graz truly deserves its standing as the country’s culinary capital, as the city is surrounded by fertile land, vineyards, and organic farms, which supply Graz with local, top-quality products. It is only a two hour drive from Vienna and harbors Austria’s most beautiful farmers markets, an abundance of restaurants and an almost Mediterranean atmosphere. The people of Graz know how to live life, and they’re happy to teach you too.”
If you are in that region and decide to wrestle Samantha, you will have plenty of opportunities to explore adventurous places to eat.
In honor of the DWW Maidens who wrestled in Vienna but often came from the Czech Republic, we would like to introduce two other Czech beauties to you.
Please salivate over Zoe.
Wow! Wow! Wow!
Wouldn’t you agree that she is super sexy?
She is based in Pilsen, Czech Republic but will travel to other countries
She is outgoing and fun. She invites, “I’m a friendly, nice person. I’m also a photo model. My hobby is fitness, wrestling and another sports like swimming, roller skating and my work. I know a nice MMA location with mats and ring too in the center of Prague. I like a fan fight session and to meet new people.”
Good to know. Her email is firstname.lastname@example.org
She participates in semi-competitive wrestling, competitive wrestling, domination wrestling, fantasy wrestling, tickle wrestling, scissors and boxing.
|She smiles with open arms and beautiful bright eyes, “I’m also open for new things.”
Covering the stories of female session wrestlers takes us all over the globe and given the experiences that have come out of Europe for decades, it’s always wise to keep an eye on that beautiful and exciting part of the world.
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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.