This is no matter of scantily clad wenches tearing each other’s hair out, wallowing in mud or, thanks to the idiotic sponsors of the Sziget Festival, ketchup. Women’s wrestling is a tough but not a sloppy sport, which is attracting growing attention. This year it featured officially at the Olympics.
“The world’s a mat, and all the men and women merely wrestlers,” I muse, while I try to beat my way through the traffic jam on Thököly út. I’m on my way to the Hungarian National Show full text