The ability to get people to like you has been important since the beginning of time. It’s why we marry crazy people, keep troublesome but loyal pets and watch certain films and TV programs with second rate writing but sexy actors.

In our Social Media electronic village, being liked is paramount. The interesting site charlotteswebstudios.com/ relates, “In today’s digital world, search engine optimization (SEO) is more than just what its name implies …. SEO today involves creating quality content, creating relationships, becoming popular with users, and engaging in on-going PR campaigns too.

After all, Google and it’s bots are very smart … and getting smarter every day. These days, Google can tell more and more about what actual humans are doing on the web, where they go, what they do, and what they like. What’s more, Google wants to give it’s users quality content that it thinks they will like and will be useful to them.

It means that you need to get more people to find your website useful and to “like” your website so that Google then sees your website as valuable and relevant, and something that it’s users will like. If you can accomplish that, you’ll most certainly start to rank higher in the search engine results pages (SERPS).”

One of the greatest compliments that DWW pays to one of their female gladiators is expressing that the girl was well liked. That is what they had to say about our star Christie when she wrestled Iva, Bella and Edita on the same video. “Christie struggles hard and gives her best, again towards exhaustion. We honor Christie with this video because we believe that she was one of our best, smartest, nicest and friendliest girls ever throughout the existence of DWW.”

fciwomenswrestling.com article, DWW photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, DWW photo

Is it better to be liked or be respected?

Personally, I always go with respected.

That’s another age old question and the answer to that depends upon who you speak to and more importantly what industry you are in. Our female submission wrestling community boasts of wrestlers who are both liked and respected.

DWW’s Christie had a no nonsense wrestling style that demanded respect. She did struggle hard and contested mightily making each match an energetic affair that was often in doubt.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, DWW photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, DWW photo

Her proud resume boasts of facing some of the top stars in DWW lore including Linda, Timea, Csilla, Melanie, Edina, Lenka, Eva, Bella, Iva, Edita, Antonia, Ingrid, super star Luzia, Barbara and others.

Here are two reviews that speak to our elegant beauty being both well-liked and respected.

“This is one of Christie’s and Timea’s first matches early in both their wrestling careers. There are both pins and scissors in this match and while both girls didn’t have much wrestling experience at this time they were trying very hard. Christie was a judo fighter and her judo skills always helped her quite a bit, but Timea is very ambitious and strong.”

Another fan wrote, “This is a memorable pins and submissions wrestling match from the 1999 summer event between two strong lightweights: Melanie and Christie. Judo girl Christie wasn’t strong only but very skilled, too, and it was always pretty hard work making her submit or pinning her. Melanie however was a true fighter. She did everything for winning and her athletic and fit small body was much more powerful than you might think. Also her endurance and fitness were literally out of this world.

This match became a marathon match but no second was boring. This is a true girl fight between two young women who really wanted to win in front of an excited audience.”

We agree. Viewing lean, mean and sweet Christie’s matches was never boring and always intense.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, DWW photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, DWW photo

Perhaps her nice demeanor comes from her name which means Christian. The penetrating naming site sheknows.com adds more pages and inspiration. “People with this name have a deep inner desire for travel and adventure, and want to set their own pace in life without being governed by tradition.

People with this name tend to initiate events, to be leaders rather than followers, with powerful personalities. They tend to be focused on specific goals, experience a wealth of creative new ideas, and have the ability to implement these ideas with efficiency and determination. They tend to be courageous and sometimes aggressive. As unique, creative individuals, they tend to resent authority, and are sometimes stubborn, proud, and impatient.”

Courageous certainly describes Christie. She’s very physical in nature. She loves Steven Segal movies and Guns and Roses music. ZAP! Christie has trained in judo and also loves cycling.

This leads to our great escape.

What is cycling like in Hungary? As of this writing it’s in full bloom.

Let’s turn to our Go To girls and guys at gotohungary.com. Pulling up their cycling shorts they express, “Hungary is a cyclist’s dream come true. Safe and flat bike paths run along rivers and around lakes, passing by historic ruins and highlights of our natural heritage for those who like it more laid-back; while downhill-, dirt- and trial races provide the more adventurous with the right amount of adrenalin.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

fciwomenswrestling.com article, wikimedia photo

Biking culture is blossoming in Budapest, with the young and trendy taking to the streets with their stylishly renovated old city bicycle or cool Csepel single-speed bikes. It’s not just a means of transport; it’s actually a new kind of lifestyle that is celebrated by forward-thinking Budapesters. Biking is more and more becoming a fashionable way to get to work as well – the Bike to Work campaign organized by the Hungarian Cyclist Club (www.bam.hu) is gaining more and more participants every year. In 2014, the BUBI or Budapest Bike system of Public Bike sharing was launched in the capital, encouraging commuters and anyone keen on a little exercise to consider this green and cheap form of transport (the cost works out to practically nothing for journeys of less than 30 minutes). Rentals have been increasing ever since.”

It’s not only Budapest that is great for cyclists; the whole country is perfectly suitable for an extensive ride on two wheels.

The enticing site visit-hungary.com helps us peddle faster. “Hungary has developed dramatically in recent years in response to the increasing demand for cycling tourism. Today, Hungary has more than 2,000 kilometers of cycle track with another 200 in Budapest. In addition, cycling services have risen to European standards, with repair shops, and hotel, camping and catering outlets dotted along the cycle tracks. Cycling is now permitted in a number of hilly and woodland regions, including national parks, but it is important to know that cyclists must keep to marked routes.

If you ever travel to Hungary, please keep those tips in mind.

Christie is as unique as the country she is from. She is elegant, soft spoken, gorgeous and talented. Her sleek upper body structure adds to her stealth like performance and natural attraction. Her wrestling is very straight forward and easy to root for.

It was great to revisit Christie’s memory.

She’s achieved what is so challenging to garner in any industry or circle of life. Not only is she very likable but she is also widely respected as well.

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Sources: brainyquote.com, Wikipedia, fciwomenswrestling.com, fciwomenswrestling2.com, FCI Elite Competitor, https://femcompetitor.com, WB270.com, dwwgalaxy.com, photos thank you Wikimedia Commons.

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