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Main Article / December 11, 2018

Fortunate we are as fans in the competitive Female Submission Wrestling and Session Girl Industry when we have the ability to travel around the globe and meet, wrestle or Session with beautiful women from so many countries.

When you view our articles you can see that we have featured gorgeous girls from the United States, Canada, England, France, Ukraine, Russia, Germany, the Czech Republic and Sweden to name a few.

Rarely do we get a chance to visit the Philippines but when we do, we get really excited.

A person in our circle grew up in Daly City, California where there is a large Filipino American population and loved the culture, food and friendships.

The challenge for us in our industry here is that we rarely meet women of Filipino background that grapple.

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In Las Vegas we had the honor of meeting Jei and she was super sexy and very friendly. We loved her so much that along with a group we had dinner with her.

A gorgeous beauty that is making a name for herself in film as an actress is Liza Soberano.

fciwomenswrestling.com, grapplingstars.com femcompertitor.com, photo via Panay News

She started in a range of television series and films, including Wansapanataym (2011), Kung Ako’y Iiwan Mo (2012), She’s the One (2013), Must Be… Love (2013). She rose to prominence after playing the protagonist Maria Agnes Calay in the romantic comedy television series Forevermore (2014–2015) with Enrique Gil.

Since then, she has taken on starring roles with Mr. Gil in romantic comedy films Just The Way You Are and Everyday I Love You (2015), My Ex and Whys (2017), and the television series Dolce Amore (2016) and Bagani (2018). She is confirmed to star in an adaptation of Darna as the eponymous comic book superheroine.

She is also named as Campaign Asia-Pacific’s most popular endorser of 2017.

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As reported at the informative fashion and beauty site philstar.com on August 3, 2016, “As if her career isn’t stellar enough yet, Liza Soberano, one of the most sought-after stars in her generation has gotten another career milestone.

On August 3, the actress/model was officially announced as the newest Maybelline Girl. This marks her first global beauty label endorsement.”

Good for her. She has gone on to land many more coveted endorsements including this one.

As posted at the innovative site lemongreenteaph.com, “Celebrity endorser Liza Soberano recently renews her contract with Dominos Pizza Ph on Jan 26 at Dominos Pizza Mindanao Branch.

Domino’s Pizza Philippines
president Pinky Yee and Liza Soberano’s manager Ogie Diaz graced the event as media witnessed the contract signing.”

We should all keep an eye on her career while salivating over her endorsements. It makes us want to relax with some Domino’s pizza right now. We’ll have a tasty Ensaladang Pinoy vegetable salad to go with it.

Which now brings us to a new Session Girl named Noelle Silva who travels the globe and is willing to travel to meet you. She resides in the Philippines.

Time for a meet and greet.

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At her wb270.com profile she smiles, “Hello, my Name is Noelle and I’m based in the Philippines in Zamboanga City.

I’m into this a few years ago through a good Friend, I learned a few good holds and techniques. I have strong legs from genetics but I do also a lot of swimming and riding horses and I have no fear to use them on a man’s neck.

I love what I do and I’m also available for worldwide traveling if all travel costs are paid. I like all variations of Scissor holds in a Session and love to dominate guys with my legs! I look forward to meeting you for a Session.”

Sounds sexy.

Sounds like fun.

Her email is silvanoelle@outlook.com

Time to travel to Zamboanga City.

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Before we do we should mention something. One of the major aspects of our female wrestling industry that we love is that once we are in the room with that beautiful girl, we can escape the cares of the outside world and get intoxicated in our fantasies.

Unfortunately approaching 2019 from politics and protests to illegal drug distribution we live in an era of strong divisions in the United States, Africa, France, Eastern Europe, the Middle East, India, Pakistan and Latin America. While the United States and France are still considered safe for travel, when visiting certain parts of these other countries at various times of the year, it is important to research the city or region first.

Regarding visiting the Philippines there is a strong travel advisory from the U.S. Department Of State, Bureau Of Consular Affairs to avoid the regions of The Sulu Archipelago, including the southern Sulu Sea, due to crime, terrorism, and civil unrest. Also Marawi City in Mindanao due to terrorism and civil unrest and other areas of Mindanao due to crime, terrorism, and civil unrest.

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/philippines-travel-advisory.html

Noelle is so sensational that if you are cautious of visiting the Philippines, you might contact her regarding traveling to the United States as she is very open to it.

We will now visit the Philippines electronically.

Zamboanga City is a 1st class highly urbanized city in the Zamboanga Peninsula of the Philippines. According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 861,799 people.

It is the 6th most populous and 3rd largest city by land area in the Philippines. It is the commercial and industrial center of the Zamboanga Peninsula Region.

The overall topography of the city could be described as rolling to very steep.

As shared at the widely information source britannica.com, “Zamboanga’s Spanish-style architecture, fine beaches, and mountainous backdrop combine with a climate that is cooler and less humid than that of Manila to make it a favorite tourist spot.

Its name is derived from the Malay jambangan (“place of flowers”), and bougainvillea, orchids, and other tropical flowers line its roadsides.”

Very pretty. A wonderful sight to see.

The team at Trip Advisor have traveled there. Here are a few reviews:

  1. “Great place to visit in the evening, feel the breeze of the ocean and eat some tempura and barbeque with your friends.
  2. “Paseo Del Mar is a beautiful waterfront in Zamboanga. It is not far from Fort Pilar, the main tourist attraction of the city. So, if you go there, I recommend you to take a look of this area.”
  3. “I always go here with my family especially on Sunday because it is near Fort Pilar, so we pass by here for dinner. The most famous restaurant is the Mano-Mano Restaurant, it offers delicious food with cheap price.”

Sounds enticing.

We hope that more beautiful women from the Philippines are introduced to our global industry.

Variety is certainly the spice of life and as our competitive Female Submission Wrestling and Session Girl industry expands, it is encouraging to know that we now have the Philippines on our radar and fantasy menu.

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FEATURE PHOTO – via ABS-CBN News

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Liza_Soberano

https://www.philstar.com/lifestyle/fashion-and-beauty/2016/08/03/1609670/liza-soberano-lands-first-global-beauty-label-endorsement

http://www.lemongreenteaph.com/2018/01/celebrity-ambassador-liza-soberano.html

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zamboanga_City

https://www.britannica.com/place/Zamboanga-City

 


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