Friday, February 2, 2018

Sad News...

I have just found that Nadege, one of the best known names in the women fighting sport, passed away after a five month battle against cancer. Although a person with a slender figure, she was a fierce competitor trained early in his career by Beatrice Goffin. On the other hand, she was not shy in participating in the erotic side of our preferred sport as you can see in this post. Nadege was one the most referred stars here in the Blog as you can see in the references on the page left column. She had a baby not much time ago and was just 36 years old.


R.I.P., Nadege D´Eurweilher.
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14 comments:

  1. That's terrible. I always loved her matches. I don't recall seeing her lose, and she almost always did competitive.

    RIP

    --Sam

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  2. Yes, I just recently found out about this horrible news, too ...

    So again, let me just offer my deepest and most heartfelt condolences and solace for her loss while sharing the mourning and sorrow of her passing ...

    May she be free from all pain and suffering in her afterlife and may her family and friends always cherish her memory forever ...

    Amen ...

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  3. 1 Message from Hungary. Rest In Peace.

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  4. And I always thought I would see her again, May God Bless her Soul

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  5. I am very sad!!! A sadly lost!!! Estoy muy triste. What a sock!!! She IS a really competitive woman!!!

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  6. such a sad loss. I considered her just about the best in pound for pound ratings. She would easily beat girls in her own weight class; and could hold her own against bigger opponents.
    We have lost a few of late; I think of Candy, Santana, and now Nadege. I know that they were of different styles; etc, but gave us much viewing pleasure.


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  7. Great loss in catfight and wrestling history.

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  8. What a shocker !!! One of my very favorites ... one who could do any kind of match and do them all very well.

    So sad to see her go especially after just having a baby.

    RIP Nadege

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  9. Terrible news. She seemed like a happy, lovely person. RIP

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  10. This is a very sad day. I enjoyed her bouts on APL in the early days; she had spirit and drive. She was a great female catfighter and wrestler. Condolences to her family, son and relatives. May she rest in peace. So Sad.

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  11. Heartbroken. She was a favorite of mine. Such a beautiful and athletic woman. RIP

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  12. In the 2002 tournament Nadege being interviewed mentioned how she "loved wrestling" and she certainly did and was the most exciting girl to do so. She was big physically but she took on many women far bigger and won most of them. I know she was a good person that had fun wrestling and competing and many will miss her and of course that includes me. RIP Nadege, you are well loved.

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  13. What is her last fight in the catfight or wrestling? Is any video of her last fight?

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