Discussions about unity, working together, cooperation and a good old fashion mutual back scratch among the DWW community in the glory days was like preaching to the choir. Like most idiomatic expressions, its message can apply in any time period.

Anita P, a super sexy, tough Danube Warrior Princess caught a lot of fans attention and mine as well. Once it was time to research her country of origin, I found it a little challenging then decided it didn’t matter anyway.

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Imperfections aside, the DWW girls were part of one European Union and Anita symbolized that well.

She also personified what we love at Female Competition International (FCI). When a mature woman decides to wrestle in our great sport it sends a message that like Anita, women of all ages and walks of life should give wrestling a try. It’s fun, great exercise and addictive.

Anita primarily wrestled from 2008-2010.

Her respected resume includes competing against solid to stellar grapplers in Luna, Vladka, Renata, Eva N, Nina, Anastasia, Emanuella, Patricia, Leslie, Antonia, Tiffany and others.

Every star should have a signature match which expresses to the world they have arrived in the Big Leagues. Anita’s matches against the always tough Anastasia and the highly skilled veteran Antonia was her coming out party.

Here is how Anita is described by the DWW Management. “Anita P. is a strong and mature woman and she hates losing. She’s very aggressive.”

Another reviewer supports that view. “Anita P. is a strong and powerful woman. She has had a few matches two years ago but then she disappeared. Now she’s back, heavier and stronger and more confident than ever. She wants to become the best.”

I love watching her struggle in mat warfare. Being a Big Sexy Girl, she’s a competitor who has a little bit of the bully in her and can be very aggressive as Anastasia found out the hard way. Anastasia at least twice needed a break because she was in pain or got hit in the wrong place.

Tattoo and all, our Anita is one beautiful but rough customer.

Since our inception FCI has preached that all divisions of women’s wrestling should merge (https://femcompetitor.com/?p=938 Women’s Wrestling, The Case For The Big Three To Merge.) The corporations, universities, hotel chains, banks, airlines and others understand the importance of that concept.

DWW in my mind with female wrestlers from Hungary, Austria, Germany, the Czech Republic and competitors that visited from other countries like England, Belgium and France was a microcosm of the European Union.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

Anita influenced me to reflect on that powerful concept. We’ve all heard of the European Union but besides using a common currency, do you know anything else about it? How long has it been in existence? How and why was it formed in the first place?

FCI hopes to entertain and educate. Let’s have the information professors educate us.

Let’s start with our favorite foundation builder, Wikipedia. “The European Union (EU) is a politicoeconomic union of 28 member states that are located primarily in Europe. The EU operates through a system of supranational institutions and intergovernmental negotiated decisions by the member states.”

Let’s stop here and define supranational, which means having power or influence that transcends national boundaries or governments.

Okay Wikipedia. Please keep going.

“The institutions are: the European Commission, the Council of the European Union, the European Council, the Court of Justice of the European Union, the European Central Bank, the Court of Auditors, and the European Parliament. The European Parliament is elected every five years by EU citizens.

The EU has developed a single market through a standardized system of laws that apply in all member states. Within the Schengen Area, passport controls have been abolished. EU policies aim to ensure the free movement of people, goods, services, and capital, enact legislation in justice and home affairs, and maintain common policies on trade, agriculture, fisheries, and regional development.”

The borders inside the Schengen Area between Germany and Austria

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

That is a lot more than I understood. My view focused on the money flow but as you can see much more is involved.

Wikipedia sums up this part. “With a combined population of over 500 million inhabitants, or 7.3% of the world population, the EU in 2012 generated a nominal gross domestic product (GDP) of 16.584 trillion US dollars, constituting approximately 23% of global nominal GDP and 20% when measured in terms of purchasing power parity. If it were a country, the EU would come first in nominal GDP and second in GDP (PPP) in the world.

Additionally, 26 out of 28 EU countries have a very high Human Development Index, according to the UNDP. In 2012, the EU was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.”

There are clearly many benefits to organizing and cooperating, be it individuals, families or countries.

What was the foundation of the union that would place it a position to earn a Nobel Peace Prize?

The EU participates in all G8 and G20 summits.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

The perfect site to answer that question is europa.eu/, the official EU website that provides access to information published by all EU institutions, agencies and bodies.

Let’s listen in. “The European Union is set up with the aim of ending the frequent and bloody wars between neighbors, which culminated in the Second World War.

As of 1950, the European Coal and Steel Community begin to unite European countries economically and politically in order to secure lasting peace. The six founders are Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands.”

That makes great sense. Let’s conclude by asking the professor the question, what does it take to become a part of the European Union?

“Becoming a member of the EU is a complex procedure which does not happen overnight. Once an applicant country meets the conditions for membership, it must implement EU rules and regulations in all areas.

Any country that satisfies the conditions for membership can apply. These conditions are known as the ‘Copenhagen criteria’ and include a free-market economy, a stable democracy and the rule of law, and the acceptance of all EU legislation, including of the euro.”

Wow! This is a subject we will pick up when we write about another Danube beauty.

For now, we want to thank Anita for inspiring us to reflect on the DWW girl’s great cooperation and unity.

Anita didn’t wrestle long but she sure had a strong following and made a major impact. We loved her power. Feared her Strength. Salivated over her looks and applauded her tenacity.

We are extremely happy that Anita P is part of our global women’s wrestling union.

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