Prediction: Mistress Kara will be a future female submission wrestling icon.

 

In every industry, at every party; garden or inside, at every wedding reception, at every company function, at every high school dance, someone new with exceptional charisma walks into the room and all heads turn, men and women too and they all say to themselves silently with awe…….

Who is that?

In the women submission wrestling world it’s Kara, that’s who.

Blessed with radiant silky raven locks, penetrating eyes, full moist lips, a perfectly sculptured shapely feminine frame and unbridled confidence, Kara possesses something else as well.

Incredible wrestling skills.

This writer found that out when I covered a fully competitive women’s submission wrestling event at a well-lit palatial dojo in Oakland. She was stunning. I tried not to stare but could not help it. I wondered if she could wrestle.

She was taking on sexy Bryn Blayne, a journeyman brunette who had previously carved out one victory after another including dominating well known lady pro Lucky O’Shea in a one sided affair. My money was on Bryn.

Beautiful Nor-Cal Princesses, Kara and Bryn

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Once the wrestling started, I was glad I didn’t have any money in my pocket.

WOW!

Everything Kara does is sensational and impressive.

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Though visiting that day, Kara hails from Oakland, California.

Growing up in northern California has had a big influence on my love and respect for the outdoors. When I lived in Oakland, we would think nothing of driving to Half Moon Bay and Santa Cruz one day and then driving to the foothills of the Sierras the next day.……..Tom Hanks

The Oakland Raiders arguably put Oakland on the map. Previous to the Raiders coming to town, who thought much about Oakland? No doubt the people who lived there and decided to make it home. There are many reasons to desire to reside in Oakland, especially nestled up in the beautiful hills with a breath taking view of San Francisco across the bay, giving you a strong reason to stay home for dinner.

There are other reasons as well.

Oakland has numerous memorable attractions.

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Kaiser Center Oakland Wikimedia

fciwomenswrestling.com article, Kaiser Center Oakland Wikimedia

Let’s start with The Kaiser Roof Garden. Visit Oakland.org explains the garden is 3 acres with over 6,000 feet of combined indoor space. This internationally acclaimed and renowned garden set the stage for green roofs, and has inspired the proliferation of roof gardens across the planet. The Bonsai Garden at Lake Merritt is the permanent home of over 150 outstanding bonsai trees. Bonsai, ‘pot culture’ in Japanese, captures the essence of giant trees and forests in miniature. Of particular interest is the Daimyo Oak, brought to the US in 1867. The Morcom Rose Garden opened in the late 1920s, this eight-acre municipal rose garden features more than 6,000 rose bushes of all varieties. Bloom season is late April through October. Finally for you nature lovers is The Rotary Nature Center, a wildlife refuge, the oldest in the United States, is located in downtown’s Lakeside Park. Visitors here can observe resident and migratory waterfowl at close range and participate in education programs.

In Oakland, there’s water, water everywhere, with plenty of drops to drink but also where adults can engage in romance and play. Lake Merritt is a tidal estuary, which formed about 10-15 thousand years ago when the last ice age ended, but has been extensively modified by people in the last 150 years. It is flushed twice daily by the six hour cycle of high and low tidal flows and receives water from 62 storm drain outfalls around the lake. With water coming from the storm drains and the estuary the lake has brackish water (a mixture of fresh and salt water) but strongly tends toward a marine (salt water) environment.

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When you stroll through the Gardens of Lake Merritt, a seven-acre collection of themed gardens, conveniently located in the heart of Oakland at Lakeside Park, our nation’s first wildlife refuge, you can’t help but fall in love with life again. It truly is breathtaking. (Source Lake Merritt Institute.) Fall in love with that special someone on Gondola Servizio. Glide across Lake Merritt in a beautiful Venetian gondola accompanied by a serenading gondolier. You can enjoy an evening cruise for two or an afternoon group up to six.

This is the village that helped raise Kara.

Her impressive stats found at wb270.com are 5ft – 7 inches, 155 pounds, biceps:14″ thighs: 24″ chest: 38″, D natural, waist: 32″, hips: 38″,  calves:16″.

She has virtually wrestled all of the top stars including Isamar, Ariel, Rapture, Bryn, Fefe, Julie Ginther, and more. Like most female submission wrestlers she has traveled the world including wrestling in London and all over the Americas.

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

Here is her exclusive interview with fciwomenswrestling.com.

FCI: One of the more enjoyable and rich experiences about modern times is the great cities that have evolved over the globe. Everything is so convenient especially in the larger cities where you don’t need a car to survive because of the great public transportation. What are your three favorite cities?

Kara: San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles.

FCI: Fantastic choices. Let’s take them one at a time. Why San Francisco?

Kara: The diversity, theater and culture.

FCI: We seem to think alike. I don’t think there is any other city in the world where you can relax and be accepted for who you are more so than San Francisco. I grew up in The Bay Area and loved it. So, what about New York?

Kara: The culture, art, theater and architecture.

FCI: It’s interesting that you mention architecture. I’ve had many old world European friends during my life and there is a school of thought that in America, we tear down the old structures and replace them with new ones. In America we walk on the past. In Europe they walk with the past. I think the eastern cities like New York are more like Europe in terms of how they treat architecture. This brings us to Los Angeles. Kara, why the attraction?

Kara: The warm beaches, theater, sun and excitement.

FCI: Los Angeles is a great empire. I agree, the beaches, great hotels and people watching while you eat at a sidewalk restaurant or café on a warm fall day is what life is all about. What foreign countries have you traveled to?

Kara: I would love to visit Australia. I have been to London. Their airport security is something else.

FCI: Let’s switch gears and talk about people. What are the most important qualities you like to see in people?

Kara: Sincerity, honesty, curiosity.

FCI: Interesting choices. Anything else?

Kara: Sexuality and being adventuresome.

FCI: Okay, a person being adventuresome. What do you see as your purpose in life?

Kara: To live truthfully and to help others live without fear or regret.

FCI: You’re a very impressive competitor and even more impressive person. Thanks for the interview.

Victor Hugo, one of the greatest and best known French writers said “To love beauty is to see light.”

This writer says, “To witness Kara is to be enlightened.” When she walks into a room and I mean any room, all heads turn.

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Sources: brainyquote.com, Visit Oakland.org, fciwomenswrestling.com, WB270.com, Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons.