Skylar Rene has all the right packaging to become a supreme submission wrestling star. 

Is it ever a good thing to be afraid of someone?

It depends.

You’re a guy who’s agreed to session with super sexy Skylar Rene because you have admired her beautiful flowing long dark locks, her perfectly sculptured body with just the right amount of female muscle and you can’t take your eyes off of that drop dead gorgeous face and caramel silky smooth skin.

So what’s to be afraid of?

She’s up front and challenges you herself at her site. “”Hi, I’m Skylar Rene, and I am here to show you what an incredibly beautiful, extremely powerful, highly skilled woman can do to you… And let’s be honest, that is why you are here too. You’re looking at my picture and you know I am better than you. You are intimidated just looking at me. Perhaps you want a Semi Comp match because you think you have a chance… You don’t. I will have you begging for mercy over and over. You’ve never experienced my power, but you will. Perhaps you want something a little less competitive, but I will not take it easy on you, you will still know you’ve been dominated and beaten. Or perhaps you want to take the easy way out, admit I am your superior and simply worship my incredible legs & beautiful feet.  No matter what you are here for, you will never forget a session with me… Never.” article - photo WB270 article – photo WB270

Does that sound like a challenge, an opportunity or both?

Skylar is an up and coming female wrestler who is creating a lot of buzz in the female submission wrestling world, not only for her star power but her wrestling results as well.

She performed well at a New York event (Please see article Submission Wrestlers Merge) taking on all comers including super star Julie Squeeze. She attended another public event with a splash by appearing at Femwin’s Female Wrestling Extravaganza in July of 2014 (Please see article Fem Wrestling Vegas 2014).

Here is what one satisfied customer had to say about her at the female wrestling listing site wb270, “Skylar is incredibly fit and you can’t help staring at her when she walks into a room (at least I couldn’t) – in my case wearing a bright red bikini.   She looks more amazing than her photos – and some of her latest photos she’s posted are seriously good.

She is a phenomenal package – incredibly fun personality, very strong, will give you as much as you can take (so be careful what you ask for).

We wrestled solid for over an hour.   I had a chance to experience her scissors (her legs are incredibly strong and they never seem to tire).   She shared with me her chokes – given her incredible physique – she has the ability to simply flex certain muscles when you’re in a choke and you instantly tap out.    She has kickboxing on her list of skills, so I decided I wanted to experience it.   Wow.  Between the kicks and her body scissors, she pretty much rounded out my entire abdomen for punishment.    A couple days later – that translates to SORE.  But what a memory.”

By looking at her body, Skylar no doubt has a fantastic fitness regime which is very common with many of the beautiful women who comprise the submission wrestling industry. More beautiful fitness trainers are apparently in the future.

According to the United States Department of Labor, “Employment of fitness trainers and instructors is projected to grow 13 percent from 2012 to 2022, about as fast as the average for all occupations. As businesses, government, and insurance organizations continue to recognize the benefits of health and fitness programs for their employees, incentives to join gyms or other types of health clubs is expected to increase the need for fitness trainers and instructors.”

As of this writing, Skylar hails from Costa Mesa, California. article - photo wikimedia article – photo wikimedia

The respected information site Wikipedia shares, “Costa Mesa is a city in Orange County, California. The population was 109,960 at the 2010 United States Census. Since its incorporation in 1953, the city has grown from a semi-rural farming community of 16,840 to a primarily suburban and edge city with an economy based on retail, commerce, and light manufacturing.

Costa Mesa’s local economy relies heavily on retail and services. The single largest center of commercial activity is South Coast Plaza, a shopping center noted for its architecture and size. The volume of sales generated by South Coast Plaza, on the strength of 322 stores, places it among the highest volume regional shopping centers in the nation.

It generates more than one billion dollars per year.” article - photo wikimedia article – photo wikimedia

The official website of The City of Costa Mesa adds some color. “Just one mile from the Pacific Coast in the heart of Orange County—is one of California’s most eclectic and vibrant cities. The city is home to South Coast Plaza, one of the nation’s largest shopping centers, and the world-class Segerstrom Center for the Arts and South Coast Repertory Theater. Costa Mesa is also the capitol of the action sports industry and the headquarters for companies such as Hurley International, Volcom, RVCA and Paul Frank Industries.

The city’s diverse dining scene has earned Costa Mesa the award from Rand/McNally and USA Today as being the best small town for restaurants west of the Mississippi River. Costa Mesa’s creative bent has given rise to The Lab and The Camp, two counter-culture retail developments, and the SoCo Collection, a cutting edge, environmentally friendly shopping center.”

Skylar Rene is proof that the female submission wrestling industry is attracting top talent from all corners of the globe. What many admire about Skylar is her business savvy, strong marketing strategy complete with multiple websites and her willingness to give it her all on the mats.

So, would you say being in a little bit of wrestling pain is a good thing? Wouldn’t you agree that sometimes a little bit of fear of beautiful feminine female muscle can be a fun thing? This writer has seen and spoken with Skylar in person. She’s the real deal. After meeting her I wouldn’t say fear was my overriding emotion.

I would describe it more like “AWE”.

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