There is a fairytale about a woodcutter who complained of his poor lot in life. article, Wikimedia photo article, Wikimedia photo

Jupiter (or, alternatively, a tree spirit) granted him three wishes. The woodcutter went home, and his wife persuaded him to put off the wishing until the next day, after he had thought, but while sitting by the fire, he wished for sausages. His wife taxed him for his folly, and angry, he wished the sausages on her nose. Finally, they agreed to use the last wish to take the sausages off her nose, leaving them no better off than before.

That’s what happens when you engage in nonsense.

Malarkey, gobbledygook, jive, balderdash, phooey and hooey are probably not terms that the DWW Hungarian beauty Evi ever utters nor probably never even thinks about in Hungarian.

Whatever the Hungarian synonyms are, when she wrestles, that’s clearly what’s she thinking.

Evi is a no nonsense fighter. article, DWW photo article, DWW photo

By the expressions on her face during a match, Evi is all business and anything else is irrelevant.

That’s why so many fans like me absolutely loved her.

Some of the DWW gorgeous gladiators who not only met her death ray stares but felt her wrestling wrath as well were Timea C, Sofie, Viktoria M, Daniela, Edita, Renata B, Zsuzsa, Simona and Antonia to name a few.

The reviewers seem to agree this makes sense. No non-sense here. “Big strong Evi tries her luck with experienced Edita in a great demonstration of wrestling ability and skill.”

Another reviewer is more expansive but direct (less direct might be considered nonsense). “For those who want a clear, dominant winner here is a treat. Sometimes the winner is so superior she plays cat and mouse with the humiliated loser. All the matches here are extremely one-sided although of course they are real, competitive fights with both winners and losers putting in 100% effort. It’s just that the losers find that no matter how hard they fight, their opponents always find more, and relish their supremacy.

Two children later, Iva is as fit as ever.” article, DWW photo article, DWW photo

Ah the clouds part. So Evi is a mother who has to oversee her flock. I can understand the stern demeanor.

Though she primarily wrestled for the DWW group, Evi would spread her wings and wrestle for another European company that produced matches indoors in a more subdued format.

In my opinion, her signature match was against the feminine and extremely good looking blonde, Renata. The match took place in an indoor DWW room and as often the case; the formidable, shapely, sexy thick mother began to dominate. Renata was game but was no match as Evi completely controlled and brought sensual pain to Renata.

Though not in reviews, Evi felt that Renata was continually scratching her and warned her that it was not a good idea to keep that up. By the no nonsense look on her stern maiden’s face, you knew that she meant business.

When the match was over, easily won by Evi, she showed the interviewer the scratches.

You had to have been there.

Evi’s name means unjust. Hmm, another no nonsense word.

The exceptional naming site explains in no nonsense terms, “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. They tend to be passionate, compassionate, intuitive, romantic, and to have magnetic personalities. They are usually humanitarian, broadminded and generous, and tend to follow professions where they can serve humanity. Because they are so affectionate and giving, they may be imposed on. They are romantic and easily fall in love, but may be easily hurt and are sometimes quick-tempered.”

Passionate? Quick tempered? Does that sound like any blonde mother who wrestles that we know of?

Hungary, formally, until 2012, the Republic of Hungary is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It is situated in the Carpathian Basin and is bordered by Slovakia to the north, Ukraine and Romania to the east, Serbia and Croatia to the south, Slovenia to the southwest and Austria to the west. The country’s capital and largest city is Budapest. Hungary is a member of the European Union, NATO, the OECD, the Visegrád Group, and the Schengen Area. The official language is Hungarian, which is the most widely spoken non-Indo-European language in Europe.

As of this May 2015 writing, there is some very serious no nonsense news coming out of Hungary. According to the respected global United Kingdom news source,, “Hungary’s prime minister has said he wants to debate the possible reintroduction of the death penalty with his European Union partners.

Viktor Orban said current penalties for serious crime were too lenient and capital punishment should be “kept on the agenda” in Hungary.

He raised the issue after the murder of a young tobacconist last week.

Austrian MEP Joerg Leichtfried said bringing back the death penalty would be barbaric.” article, wikimedia photo article, wikimedia photo

Though a cause for alarm, on April 30, 2015 the American newspaper calmed many fears by reporting, “The Hungarian government said Thursday it has no plans to restore the death penalty after European Union leaders warned that Prime Minister Viktor Orban would be in for “a fight” if he considered sidestepping a cornerstone of the EU’s fundamental rights.

Lawmakers from Orban’s Fidesz party on Wednesday said a debate about reintroducing capital punishment was worth considering, provoking a strong response from EU officials.

Orban “should immediately make clear that this is not his intention. Would it be his intention, it would be a fight,” EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker said Thursday.

The head of the EU parliament echoed those comments, saying the legislature’s civil liberties committee would be convened urgently and noting that the EU’s charter of fundamental rights prohibits the death penalty.”

It’s commonly understood that a ban on the death penalty is a cornerstone of EU human rights policies and the 28-nation bloc has criticized countries such as China, Indonesia and the United States for continuing the practice.

In Hungary organized crime groups control most prostitution, stolen car rings, gambling, and narcotics trafficking.

Evi is from a part of the world where no nonsense issues are part of the landscape.

What I loved about watching Evi wrestle was that she truly had the mother and woman next door look which made her matches even more erotic. When she took on the red headed feminine super sexy (please dominate me) Simona outdoors, it was a match for the ages as poor Simona didn’t know what hit or squeezed her.

Female Competition International would like to thank Evi for being a mom who didn’t listen to conventional thinking that women should not wrestle, especially a mother. As a result, as long as there are women’s wrestling fans around the world, then our shapely blonde Hungarian beauty will always be remembered.

Here we tried to avoid the rubbish, gibberish, blarney, claptrap, poppycock, twaddle, hokum and flapdoodle.

DWW’s Evi wouldn’t have it any other way.

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