In watching the DWW exotic beauty Luisa compete, she seems to epitomize why many of us love the women’s wrestling industry.

Luisa wasn’t the strongest, most talented, victorious or skilled of the Danube compound, but that’s okay. We will always believe that if the average woman tries wrestling, especially when there is money involved, she will want to continue to compete and improve.

In terms of her magnificent beauty, she possessed the statuesque legs of a model and the striking exotic looks of a Gypsy Princess ready to act in a James Bond movie.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, dwwgalaxy.com photo

It’s okay that at times Luisa struggled. Many do. Just try your best, that’s all we ask and you’ll still make global news.

Isn’t that happening to Luisa right now?

Her battles raged against Sonia, Maggy, Monique, Elisa, Kim-Ly, Lara, Eva N. Anni and Pia.

Like M&Ms, she loved to melt in your arms and unlike the coated candy, in your hands too.

Sometimes she would scream “Yeow!”

Monique reduced her to tears.

Here is how one DWW reviewer describes her match against Monique. “Two newcomers Monique and Luisa not only show us one hard struggle but their shrieks and moans can raise a dead from his coffin.”

Another speaks from a different angle.

“This is a pins and submissions wrestling match from our recent event. Luisa is a big and strong woman but she’s unskilled and lacks of experience. So does newcomer Monique, too. However, this was one of the most exciting wrestling matches of this event. There are two unskilled and inexperienced wrestlers in a real fight who’re both proud and beautiful strong and big women. Soon it became clear to us that one woman was much stronger and better than her rival.”

Her match against Maggy was capsulized this way. “Their wrestling style was a style like your untrained girlfriends would wrestle and fight each other if they decided to wrestle for you.”

You can do anything as long as you have the passion, the drive, the focus, and the support.Sabrina Bryan

Other times she would beg her opponent to stop scissoring her because it hurt too much.

Interestingly in Spanish and American, the name Luisa means Famous in War. In Polish, the name signifies Famous Battle Maid.

The reflective naming site sheknows.com adds, “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.”

Luisa wrestled from 2010 to 2011.

Our beauty hails from the Czech Republic.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

According to eupedia.com, here are some fascinating and unique facts about Luisa’s home country.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

  • The Czech Republic is almost entirely surrounded by mountains (except to the south, toward Austria and Slovakia). Mountains mark a natural border with Germany and Poland.
  • 90% of Czechs have completed at least secondary education – the highest score in the EU (along with Poles, Slovaks, and Slovenes).
  • According to the 2001 census, 59% of the Czechs are Agnostic, Atheist, or non-believer, 26.8% Roman Catholic and 2.5% Protestant. Only 19% said that they believed in God, meaning that about 11% of the self-declared Christians were only Christian in name (or by tradition).
  • The Czech Republic has the most hospital beds per inhabitant in the EU.
  • Czech people have the second highest death rate for cancer in the EU (after Hungary).
  • Czech people are the world’s heaviest consumers of beer.

Economy

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, Wikimedia photo

  • The Czech Republic is the second richest Eastern European country after tiny Slovenia. The GDP per capita (PPP) of Czech people is similar to that of Portuguese or Greek people.
  • Prague’s GDP per capita (PPP) is twice the Czech national average, and higher than any EU member states’ national average except Luxembourg. Prague has the 12th highest GDP per capita (PPP) of the 269 NUTS-2 Region (province level) in the European Union, and the highest outside the UK, the Benelux, France, Germany, Austria and Sweden.
  • Within the EU, part-timers work the longest hours in the Czech Republic (about 24h/week). However, part-time work is very rare in this country.
  • Reporters Without Borders ranked the Czech Republic as the 5th best country in the world (out of 168 countries listed) for freedom of press in 2006.

Those are fascinating facts from a country that has produced so many thrilling and exciting DWW wrestlers.

The informative site everything-everywhere.com provides us with some more eye opening facts about the Luisa’s stomping grounds.

  1. The Czech Republic is the #1 beer drinking country in the world. The Czech’s drink more beer per capita than anyone else in the world, consuming on average 43 gallons (160 liters) per person, per year. The original Budweiser can be found in the Czech Republic. The Czech city of Pilsen is the home of pilsner. Former Czech president Václav Havel used to take visiting heads of state to local pubs to have a beer. Beer is known to have been brewed here since 993AD.
  2. Famous Czechs. Some of the famous Czechs you might have heard of include: NHL players Jaromír Jágr and Dominik Hašek, Oscar winning director Miloš Forman, Oskar Schindler, Sigmund Freud, Ivana Trump, supermodel Petra N?mcová, tennis greats Martina Navratilova and
    Ivan Lendl, composer Antonin Dvorak, writer Franz Kafka, and early geneticist
    Gregor Mendel. Best of all, the polka tune “Roll Out The Barrels”, played during the 7th inning stretch at every Milwaukee Brewer game was written by a Czech Jaroslav Vejvoda.
  3. The Czech Republic is castle capital of the world. Given its location in the center of Europe, there were armies from all sides who always wanted to come through what is today the Czech Republic. As such, they built a lot of castles. Over 2,000 of them are in the country today which is the highest density of castles in the world. Prague castle is also the largest castle in the world by area at over 7 hectares (18 acres).
  4. Standard of living. The Czech Republic has the highest standard of living of any former Soviet Bloc country. Current per capita GDP is on a par with western European countries like Portugal and Greece. They have the most hospital beds per capita in the EU, the highest rate of secondary education, and the 5th freest press in the world according to Reporters Without Borders. Per capita GDP in Prague is higher than any other EU country except for Luxembourg. I’m sure I could cut and paste the bit above about beer consumption here too.

Luisa had passion, energy and intensity to make up for her lack of experience. She was fun to watch and very easy on the eyes. Everyday women should wrestle and not become overly concerned about stats. That’s for the upper echelon. Sometimes it’s okay just to have fun.

Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you.Oprah Winfrey

Just ask Luisa. In spots she seemed to be having the time of her life.

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

http://www.eupedia.com/czech_republic/trivia.shtml, dwwgalaxy.com

http://everything-everywhere.com/2011/04/19/8-things-you-might-not-have-known-about-the-czech-republic/