It’s the straw that stirs the drink swirling with an exotic mixture that comprises the human imagination. Science fiction can do that and so much more.

When the long time DWW statuesque, slender brunette named Denise with model looks anoints the celebrated thespian George Segal as her favorite actor, it brings back memories of one his most disturbing and brilliant roles playing the volatile Henry Bensen. DWW photo DWW press photo

A good read in itself, the entertaining site provides the eerie but plausible foundation purely conceived in the extremely creative mind of writer Michael Crichton which today in retrospect is even more impressive with the technological limitations of the 70s.

Science moves with the spirit of an adventure characterized both by youthful arrogance and by the belief that the truth, once found, would be simple as well as pretty” ……….…..James D. Watson

“Terminal Man is set in a cutting-edge neuropsychiatry research institute within a hospital. Staffed by neurosurgeons, psychiatrists, and computer specialists, the research unit sees the human brain as a massive computer, nothing more, nothing less.

By understanding and manipulating the computer-like qualities of the brain, the doctors hope to cure disease and improve human lives. Their initial focus is on violent individuals who have documented organic brain disease, that is, an obvious physical injury to their brains that has affected their behavior.

Over the objections of his psychiatrist Janet Ross, Harry Benson is chosen for a highly specialized experimental surgery to cure his condition by placing electrodes in his brain, sending monitored, soothing pulses to the brain’s pleasure centers.

Though the operation is a success, there is an unforeseen development. Benson learns how to control the pleasure pulses and is increasing their frequency with disastrous results for him, and the victims of his rampages.”

Yes the above was a very good read. I should know since I devoured it years ago.

Reading Denise is an entirely different matter.

When I first saw Denise wrestle at DWW, if there was ever an everyday looking maiden who should not find herself under constant duress, Denise had that look.

When I see or meet most European women, even if they don’t speak, I can tell they are European not only by look but demeanor. With Denise though, she could easily fool me. She looks like an American runway model.

When it came to her wrestling, it was as though Denise could look into the future and project a much brighter one for herself.  DWW  photo DWW press photo

She loved women’s wrestling in all forms including matches with extreme aggression. There is nothing like letting off some steam after you’ve been wrestling with child rearing all week. To look at her soft, innocent feminine features, you might be surprised that a tigress lies beneath.

In the early part of her grappling career that began in the late 1990s when the DWW elite like Luzia, Hana, Sandra and Petra ruled with an iron fist, Denise tended to struggle. As time has progressed, so has her victory march with her opponents falling like Danube dominoes.

Experience and passion certainly are great teachers.

Her resume is vast and varied. Here a list of some of the fem competitors that have met her on the Vienna mats. Renata B, Luna, Mary Ann, Jana, Pamela, Kimbra, Anita, Mel, Eva N, Dani, Tifany, Jana, Viktoria, Antcha and many more.

We live in a wonderful world that is full of beauty, charm and adventure. There is no end to the adventures that we can have if only we seek them with our eyes open”………Jawaharlal Nehru

An adventurous mother, Denise also loves Alpine Skiing.

It’s an often little understood Olympic sport especially for those who live where the sun shines continually.

The broad information source Wikipedia educates, “Alpine skiing, or downhill skiing, is the sport of sliding down snow-covered hills on skis with fixed-heel bindings. It is characterized by the requirement for mechanical assistance getting to the top of the hill, since the equipment does not allow efficient walking or hiking, unlike cross-country skis which use free-heel bindings.

It is typically practiced at ski resorts which provide services such as ski lifts, artificial snow making and grooming, first aid, and restaurants. Back-country skiers uses alpine skiing equipment to ski off the marked pistes, with the transport by helicopter or snowcat.

There are four competitive alpine skiing disciplines: slalom has short tight turns, whereas giant slalom races are set with more widely-spaced turns. super giant slalom and downhill have few turns; the courses have gates spaced widely apart and skiers often reach 100 km/hr.”

The respected dictionary and information authority contributes, “Alpine skiing, skiing technique that evolved during the late 19th and early 20th centuries in the mountainous terrain of the Alps in central Europe.

The technical events challenge the skier’s ability to maneuver over courses marked by closely spaced gates through which both skis must pass; winners are determined by the lowest combined time in two runs on two different courses. The Alpine combined event consists of a downhill and a slalom race, with the winner having the lowest combined time.”

Anytime I feel lost, I pull out a map and stare. I stare until I have reminded myself that life is a giant adventure, so much to do, to see”.……..Angelina Jolie

What I loved about watching Denise wrestle was her sense of adventure that translated fiercely on the mats using her lethal body scissors to have one opponent after another in a position of anguish and a face wrenched in pain.

She had her strengths. She loved the head lock, leg trip and school girl pin. The challenge that she faced was similar to other tall slender beauties is that her lack of upper body strength lent to other girls face sitting and pinning her as well. It was hard for her to get them off.

Having said that, in a career that spanned over a decade, she mostly came out on top.

Here is praise from another fan. He expresses, “Denise epitomizes the spirit of DWW.  She had some epic battles with Renata. The sight of Denise with her teeth clenched while she applies her scissors speaks to the intensity that the DWW women bring to this sport.  And, she was willing to transcend the time and come back to take on the newer set of girls, without backing down.”

He then concludes, “Denise definitely is a Hall of Famer!”

If the scientists of today were to program the female wrestlers of the future, no doubt Denise’s brain is one to be studied. With a vivid imagination and a great sense of adventure, this DWW action star performs scientific grappling that is perfect and terminal for any time period.

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