Hold fast to dreams, for if dreams die, life is a broken-winged bird that cannot fly.

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Mr. Langston Hughes said that.

James Mercer Langston Hughes (February 1, 1902 – May 22, 1967) was an American poet, social activist, novelist, playwright, and columnist from Joplin, Missouri.

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He was one of the earliest innovators of the then-new literary art form called jazz poetry. Mr. Hughes is best known as a leader of the Harlem Renaissance in New York City.

One dream that we would love to see come to fruition is the creation of a true Female Submission Wrestling Hall Of Fame.

“Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world.”… Harriet Tubman

We can think of a number of our female greats who would have automatic entry like the girls from the Danube region which would include Luzia or from Belgium, Nadege and in America, Ariel would be at the top of the list.

Another beautiful Fem Competitor sure to gain entry is Isamar from Northern California.

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Since we have had numerous opportunities to work with Isamar, we are always in awe not only of her talent but her ability to win without hurting her opponent.

She is available for sessions and speaks about this at her WB270 profile. “I have been wrestling for 12 years and training in BJJ for 2 years. I have some boxing and other martial art experience. I am interested in fully clothed semi competitive, competitive, fantasy scissor sessions, lift and carry.  I am very strong and have extremely high stamina.

I am interested in testing myself against male opponents and hopefully dominating them for my own ego. I do everything is a safe manner and to date have not caused nor received any injury while wrestling. I am not interested in harming anyone rather my interest is in testing strength and skill and I would expect the same respect from those with who I do a session! I have my own studio with mats in the San Jose Area.”

The producers at San Francisco Grappling Stars admires that quality in her as well. When she faced the beautiful So. Cal star Samantha Grace, she had a way of dominating her without inflicting injury or pain.

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Here is the match description. “Isamar is a great champion and true sportswoman. That’s really good for the feminine and shapely gorgeous So. Cal star Samantha Grace who is about to get completely dominated by Isamar in very real, fully competitive action. The difference between Isamar and other female warriors in the mat wars is that she will completely defeat you but not hurt you. Here in a close up ground struggle, sweet Samantha gives her best but is woman handled by a true technician.”

Very impressive.

Many of her rarely seen matches can be found at http://grapplingstars.com/fvsf-wrestling-videos/

We will keep dreaming. A Female Submission Wrestling Hall Of Fame will one day become a reality.

Another wrestling hall of fame that is already a reality is the National Wrestling Hall Of Fame in Stillwater Oklahoma.

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At their site http://nwhof.org/ they share their mission. “America’s Shrine to the sport, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame & Museum is a private nonprofit institution whose mission is to honor the sport of wrestling by preserving its history, recognizing extraordinary individual achievements, and inspiring future generations.

Come to Stillwater to visit the National Wrestling Hall of Fame & Museum which reopened in June 2016 following a $3.8 million renovation.

America’s shrine to the sport of wrestling, it now features interactive exhibits and electronic kiosks, as well as the opportunity to watch NCAA Championship matches from the 1930s to present day.”

As of this February 17, 2017 writing, their contributions especially come to life during the newly designated Women’s Wrestling Week, February 10-19, 2017.

At the informative national wrestling site teamusa.org, they report, “USA Wrestling, the national governing body for wrestling in the United States, has declared the week of February 10-19 as Women’s Wrestling Week in the United States. This is the third straight year that USA Wrestling has held this celebration of women’s wrestling.”

Women’s competitive wrestling continues to expand and evolve.

Let’s learn more about the National Wrestling Hall Of Fame from a visiting writer. Please enjoy.


By Kristofer Acampora 

A Must-See Destination for Wrestling Fans in OKC – National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum

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The National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum is located inside the campus of the Oklahoma State University. The National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum is considered to be a pilgrimage for the thousand wrestling fans based in United States and also around the world.

Wrestling is considered to be the oldest form of sport. Originating from the ancient land of Greece and then shifting its base to Rome, the sport of wrestling has a long historical background and therefore this museum was dedicated to wrestling in the year 1976. At present the National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum features various collections, archives, records, statues and also various jerseys.

All these collections, records, photographs and jerseys enlighten the wrestling fans regarding the evolution of the sport of wrestling through the passage of time. The most interesting fact about this museum is that since it is dedicated to the sport of wrestling, this museum features collections, prizes, trophies and medals from all sorts of wrestling competitions – domestic, regional, national and international.

The museum doubles the role as a hall of fame. It means that this museum acknowledges the contribution of the former and retired wrestlers. The retired and the former wrestlers are inducted into the hall of fame keeping in mind their good old days when these same wrestlers used to be invincible. A unique feature of this Hall of Fame is the “Wall” where the famous wrestlers are made immortal for the coming generations to see. At present the “Wall” comprises of six walls.

This wrestling hall of fame and museum contains eleven rooms, each featuring various collections dedicated to wrestling. The museum covers both Greco-Roman and Freestyle wrestling as well as sections dedicated to the female wrestlers. Perhaps no other country has a separate museum dedicated to only wrestling. This national wrestling hall of fame and museum is a must see for lovers of wrestling.

Among Oklahoma City Museum [http://www.oklahomacityhotelsguide.com/hotels-travel/oklahoma-city-museum.html] for Oklahoma City visitors [http://www.oklahomacityhotelsguide.com], National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum is a must-visit destination for wresting fans.

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