Fairytales are brimming with beautiful blonde maidens who look like her, talk like her and despite what you hope to think, even walk like her, where someone in their feminine eye sights goes ouch.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, disneywikia photo

The brim we speak of after all emanates from the Brothers Grimm.

Yes, sometimes a very grim one.

The story of the Feather Bird is right out of a midnight horror film.

The sensational shapely Indie Blonde Princess Kimber Lee looks like she’s right out of a fairytale. You expect her to be sugar and spice, which she is, but most times in the ring, she’s certainly not everything nice.


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fciwomenswrestling.com article, kimber lee facebook.com photo credit

The Brothers Grimm, Jacob (1785–1863) and Wilhelm Grimm (1786–1859), were German academics, philologists, cultural researchers, lexicographers and authors who together specialized in collecting and publishing folklore during the 19th century.

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They were among the best-known storytellers of folk tales, and popularized stories such as “Cinderella” (“Aschenputtel”), “The Frog Prince” (“Der Froschkönig”), “The Goose-Girl” (“Die Gänsemagd”), “Hansel and Gretel” (“Hänsel und Gretel”), “Rapunzel“, “Rumpelstiltskin” (“Rumpelstilzchen”),”Sleeping Beauty” (“Dornröschen”), and “Snow White” (“Schneewittchen”). Their first collection of folk tales, Children’s and Household Tales (Kinder- und Hausmärchen), was published in 1812.

Not all of their sensuous princesses were passive damsels waiting to be rescued.

The informative global source huffingtonpost.com fleshes out the fantasies, “It’s true that many of the girls in Grimms’ Fairy Tales are helpless victims, waiting around for the inevitable rescue. But there are also plenty of conniving princesses, clever maidens, heroic serving girls, and supernatural queens. The girls who populate these old stories are far more varied and interesting than the stereotype allows.”

Shapely beautiful Kimber Lee needs no one to rescue her.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, photo by-tabercil-own-work wiki

When you enjoy her wrestling videos online and she enters the gladiatorial ring, it’s easy to imagine and, dare we say, even fantasize that she will be the Ring Goddess Heroine but most times, nothing could be further from the truth.

Kimberly Ann Frankele is an American professional wrestler, better known by her ring names Kimber Lee and Princess KimberLee.

She is best known for her work on the independent circuit.

We love those Indie fairytale princesses.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article, photo by-tabercil-own-work wiki

With tag team partner Cherry Bomb, collectively known as The Kimber Bombs, they have held the Shine Tag Team Championship and the Shimmer Tag Team Championship both once. She has also formerly held the WSU Tag Team Championship with Annie Social, and the Chikara Grand Championship.

Kimber was born and raised in the fresh air of Seattle, Washington.

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fciwomenswrestling.com article – Wikimedia Commons photo

She originally aspired to be a dancer thus pursuing and becoming The Fairytale Ring Princess that she evolved into was inspired by WWE great Chyna.

After moving to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, to attend college, Kimber began training at the Combat Zone Wrestling Academy.

She was the first woman to graduate from the school, initiating her illustrious career in 2011.

That’s when the character Kimber Lee was born.

Kimber first began competing for Women Superstars Uncensored (WSU) in April 2012 as part of the promotion’s J-Cup Tournament, where she lost to Athena.

She and Athena really bring out the mean princess in each other.

As her tale evolves, our blonde Indie Princess debuted for Shine Wrestling at their sixth show in January 2013, where she lost to Nikki Roxx.

At Femcompetitor Magazine we have formed our opinion of her.

Despite her sugary appearance she truly can be a rough and tumble maiden. She loves the hip toss and can get physical with the best of them including subduing her opponent while she herself is straddled across the rope.

Pretty amazing to watch.

Other fans have opinions about her as well.

At cagematch.net, a fantastic Indie wrestling discussion site, more reviews flow downstream. Here are two.

“Kimber Lee has proven herself as one of the more notable independent female wrestlers currently active, with her willingness to take on any opponent, regardless of size, style or gender. She has an adaptable ring style, able to work technical wrestling, striking, and even a bit of brawling. She’s also a top-notch seller and has proven her toughness by showing no hesitation to take big bumps. Although she’s already made a prestigious name for herself – notably becoming the first female top champion of a non-female-specific promotion with her CHIKARA Grand Championship win – she’s still only 25, and seems to constantly be striving to hone her craft – it seems she can only get better from here.”

And another. “Kimber Lee truly amazes me. The first time I saw her wrestle was on a shimmer DVD that took place back in 2013. And when I found out that she only had like 2 years’ experience, I was shocked because she already wrestled like a veteran.”

We are impressed as well.

Her toughness is now becoming legend which includes her battles with males. At the respected news and information source philly.com they speak to this. “The perception in combat sports is that a woman would not and should not step into the ring or octagon with a man. The perception is that it is a mismatch heavily in favor of the man.

Don’t tell that to the women or professional wrestling that wrestle against men on a weekly basis on the independent circuit. Leading that charge is University of the Arts graduate and Seattle native Kimberly Frankele, better known to wrestling fans as Kimber Lee.”

Okay, we won’t tell that to Kimber Lee.

In some of the Brothers Grimm tales the princess involved exacts revenge.

The good news is that while Kimber often pounds out her revenge in the ring, she has a very bright a sunny outlook about her pathway going forward.

In her interview at the enjoyable grappling news site wrestlezone.com, when asked if she sees the global giant WWE in her future, she smiled, “Absolutely. That’s the biggest platform that we have to perform. It’s a way to reach more people. It’s also one of the only avenues that you have to do this as a full-time job, which would be amazing. But I don’t want to go there to be what the Divas have been, I would want to make a change.”

Sounds good. Bold, courageous, innovative and very certain about what she wants.

Now that’s a fairytale princess that we can all get behind.

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