If you filled up a large room with adults forty and older and asked them to name the best years of their lives, there’s good news and bad news.

Which one do you want to hear first?

I see you’re in a good mood, so here’s the good news.

At forty, Alzheimer’s has not set in so you can still remember the best years of your life.

The bad news?

The best years of your life most likely happened before 25 years old.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo


According to the respected news source www.dailymail.co.uk, they site Psychologist Kristina Steiner, of the University of New Hampshire in the US, who said: “When people look back over their lives and recount their most important memories, most divide their life stories into chapters defined by important moments that are universal for many: a physical move, attending college, a first job, marriage, military experience, and having children.”

Sigh, yes twenty five and under.

For me it was 18-19 years old so I guess I fit the pattern.

The story later summarizes the study’s purpose which is to look at life narratives which can be a predictor of well-being and psychological adjustments as adults.

Our stylish DWW Princess, Bea S, at the time she was surveyed listed her occupation as “student.”

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, dwwgalaxy.com photo credit

Bea? Enjoy it while you can. Savor every moment because they just might be the best years of your young life.

Many fans certainly enjoyed and savored Bea’s grappling moments in competition at the world famous DWW sorority. Her school assignment seemed to involve taking on DWW’s best. Her resume includes battles with Viktoria M, Anita D, Simona, Zsuzsa, Mary-Ann, Luna, Patricia, Dani, Reni, Denise, Vladka, Renata B, Karine, Orsi K, Orsi S, Antscha, Szilvia, Jana N, Laila, Lenka and (whew) Maria.

So often when we researched the newer post 2000 generation of DWW starlets, a few did not meet the important sports axiom female wrestler’s test. Here it is. You must defeat the competitors you are supposed to beat and hope to defeat a champion at least once; then you too have a chance at competing as a new champion.

To fulfill that daunting task, you must have at least one signature win as an underdog. If all of your victories are over competitors you are supposed to defeat, there is a strong possibility that talented though you may be, you have flat lined and are not ascending.

Bea’s style seemed to favor the headlocks and ground wars. In terms of looks and style she reminded me a little of Tiffany.

Bea vs Beautiful body builder Anita D.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, dwwgalaxy.com photo credit

When I reviewed Bea’s record I was very impressed with how she fared against star veterans Denise and Antscha. She also looked spectacular against the pretty, blonde muscular wrestler Anita D. What I admired about her approach with Anita is that even though Anita was a larger girl, when Bea got her in a head lock, she held on like a bull dog and wouldn’t let go.

In all of the above cases, going in I expected less and received much more. You can purchase the matches at www.dwwgalazxy.com.

Well, it’s time to get deep.

According to one of my favorite name meaning sites, www.sheknows.com, the name Bea means among other things, bringer of joy (even after 25). This great site doesn’t stop there. They are not content with just spewing out basic definitions.

They explain and analyze as well as anyone in Motivational Coach speak. Here is what they surmised from the name Bea.

“People with this name are competent, practical, and often obtain great power and wealth. They tend to be successful in business and commercial affairs, and are able to achieve great material dreams. Because they often focus so strongly on business and achievement, they may neglect their private lives and relationships.”

That’s great news for Bea. Her best years may come after twenty five.

Here is the news and inside scoop from a few DWW reviewers about our stylish maiden and bringer of joy.

“Bea S. has some of the strongest legs in the wrestling circuit. Also her headlock is a deadly weapon………

Bea is well known and she’s already feared for her strong scissors and for her deadly head lock…………..

Bea had often proved against very strong opponents how strong she is and she’s getting really stronger any time we meet her…….

Bea is a much underrated fighter as since she was skilled enough she hardly ever lost a match, even when she had wrestled against much bigger opponents.”

High praise indeed.

The management seemed so impressed with Bea that in 2007 they had a tournament that featured our Hungarian darling against four opponents.

A fun girl by nature, Bea enjoys Hip Hop music, spaghetti, coke (she’s still young), aerobics and watching Julia Roberts act and have the best time of her life (even after 25).

Bea loves music and dancing – young dancers in Budapest

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

When watching Bea’s matches, one thing that becomes clear is that she is very determined. This is a trait that brings out the best in us and hones our toughness.

I love how the educational and intriguing site georgiaelitemagazine.com describes this important winning trait with a growl. “Determination is the tool we use to give us the will to win. Determination is the tool we use to help us win in spite of our limitations. Determination is the tool we use to dig ourselves out of a hole. Determination is the tool we use to improve our relationships.   Determination is the tool we use to reach our goals. Determination is the tool we use to succeed.”

They are clearly determined to use the word determined.

Bea was part of the DWW Hungarian Women’s Wrestling team led by the sexy Viktoria M.

Let’s briefly travel to Hungary to visit Bea’s cultural heritage and instead of our usual just the facts approach, let’s have one of the better times of our lives and look at the food.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

The delicious site foodbycountry.com gives us a taste. “The reign of King Matthias (1458–90) was a high point in Hungarian history, for both culture and food. Through his Italian wife, Queen Beatrice, King Matthias brought Italian cooking to Hungary. During this period, cooking was raised to a fine art.

When the Turks invaded Hungary in the sixteenth century, they brought their cooking customs with them. These included the use of the spice paprika and a thin, flaky pastry called filo (or phyllo ) dough. The Turks introduced coffee to Hungary.

Austria’s Hapsburg monarchy gained control over Hungary from the seventeenth century to the beginning of the twentieth century. Under Austrian rule, German and Austrian cooking styles influenced Hungarian eating habits. During this period, Hungary became famous for its cakes and pastries.”

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

So, you can see why Hungarian food is so varied and extremely tasty. I can smell it now.

I must admit I had a great time reviewing Bea’s matches online and watching some video. This cutie is a great talent and seems to have a great time at whatever she’s doing. Not only is she fun to watch, she’s clearly having fun.

This Danube princess gives us hope that with the right circumstances, attitude, approach and a smile on our face; the best years of our lives may be yet to come, even if we are over twenty five.

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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling.com, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, https://femcompetitor.com, www.dailymail.co.uk, www.sheknows.com, georgiaelitemagazine.com, foodbycountry.com, dwwgalaxy.com, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.