Similar to the tasteful foods a plenty in her home country, La Negra Rosa is a powerful Indie star whose wrestling style is Puerto Rican, yet heavily influenced by the United States.

How we all love Puerto Rico.


There are many reasons why. The global site smiles, “With endless sand, swashbuckling history and wildly diverse tropical terrain, locals fittingly call this sun-washed medley of Spanish and American influences the Island of Enchantment.”

Igniting the audience with the flag of the mother country in tow, La Rosa is a force to be reckoned with.

Her real name is Nilka Garcia Solis.

At her Twitter account she explains her many talents. “Model, Dancer, Superstars of PR’s Wrestling WWC & IWA, Stardom in Japan, Shine Wrestling Tampa, Battling Bombshells FL, Valkyrie NJ, NWA/USA!”

La Rosa began wrestling in Puerto Rico. She worked in World Wrestling Council (WWC) where she became WWC Women’s Champion three times.

In August 2015, La Rosa, under the ring name Rosa Negra, made her Japanese debut by taking part in World Wonder Ring Stardom‘s 2015 5★Star GP tournament.

The premier wrestling site presents some of her accomplishments.

  • WWC Women’s Championship defeating Debbie Rose (October 2, 2010);
  • IWA Championship;
  • Battling Bombshells championship defeating Sienna DuVall and Su Yung in a 3-way match (July 14, 2012);
  • Battling Bombshells Championship defeating Sienna DuVall (September 29, 2012);
  • PWS Bombshells Championship defeating Missy Sampson (May 11, 2013);

Understandably our powerhouse Indie Star is receiving great reviews at

Here they go.

“She has a good deal of power for her size and can frequently take control of her opponents even when they are a good bit larger.”

Passion is one great force that unleashes creativity, because if you’re passionate about something, then you’re more willing to take risks.…….Yo-Yo Ma

“Seen La Rosa in action many times and think she is one of the best on the Indy circuit. Great in ring skills, attractive and not bad on the mic either.”

“La Rosa is one of the best wrestlers I have seen on the Indy circuit. She is a great PWS Bombshells champ and recently defeated Angelina Love. If she ever goes to WWE or TNA and used right, it will be a great show. I Love La Rosa!” article, photo article, photo

So that was from the fans.

When you look at her match history, which is extensive, it’s evident that the industry leaders are mesmerized by her ring feats as well.

The wrestling insider in 2014 evaluates her well. “A relative unknown this time last year, La Rosa Negra has been making waves in the American independent scene over the past twelve months. Competing against some of the top female wrestlers in the country in promotions such as Shine and Pro Wrestling Syndicate, La Rosa Negra is poised to make a huge impact in 2015.

La Rosa is a wrestler that falls under the category “Wrestlers You Should Know, But You Don’t”. One of the most athletically gifted female wrestlers in the scene, La Rosa mixes high flying offense with explosive American Strong Style and her MMA and Boxing training, in a unique hybrid that is all her own. Also, she has a ring entrance that has to be seen to believe.”

Another respected Indie source fleshes out her background. “Born in Dorado on Borinquen and hailing from San Juan, Nilka Garcia swam at the Puerto Rican Naval base, performed at PR & El Show del Medio Dia as a dancer, got roles on El Casco de San Juan and El Show de Sunshine Logroño as an actress, and served as a trainer for Body Fit Concept on Canal 7 Tele Isla and The Spot in West Park Florida. She’s also trained in boxing, mixed martial arts, and professional wrestling with El Profe and Tommy Diablo.”

Pursue one great decisive aim with force and determination.…….Carl von Clausewitz

Puerto Rico is a Caribbean island and unincorporated U.S. territory with a landscape of green mountains, waterfalls and the tropical rain forest of El Yunque National Forest.

La Negra Rosa is as fascinating in the ring as her mother country is outside of it. Especially when it comes to food.

Puerto Rican cuisine has its roots in the cooking traditions and practices of Europe (mostly Spain), Africa and the native Taínos.

Have you heard of the Tainos Indians? Their history is an absorbing one.

The Taíno were an Arawak people who were the indigenous people of the Caribbean and Florida. At the time of European contact in the late 15th century, they were the principal inhabitants of most of Cuba, Jamaica, Hispaniola (the Dominican Republic and Haiti), and Puerto Rico.

Their accomplishments were remarkable.

The nice historic site explains, “The Taíno culture impressed both the Spanish (who observed it) and modern sociologists. The Arawakan achievements included construction of ceremonial ball parks whose boundaries were marked by upright stone dolmens, development of a universal language, and creation of a complicated religious cosmology.”

No wonder their influence on Puerto Rican food is substantial.

Starting from the latter part of the 19th century, the cuisine of Puerto Rico has been greatly influenced by the United States in the ingredients used in its preparation. Puerto Rican cuisine has transcended the boundaries of the island and also has a lot of Asian influence especially Japanese and Chinese, and can be found in several other countries.

Sounds yummy.

So does our Rose.

In watching her on video, what is extremely impressive is the power in her legs and shoulders. You never get the feeling that she is going to lose. One match where her power was on display was when she hoisted the super sexy and shapely DiDi Cruz on her shoulders and began doing squats before she eventually squashed DiDi and leg curled her for the pin.

ROSA VS DiDi article, photo article, photo

It was a super sexy sight hard to forget.

If you haven’t seen La Negra Rosa, you’re missing out. Go online and check out her videos.

Her power, charisma, strength and superb wrestling is a steady diet that nourishes.

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