Welcome to the evolution of Ringbelles – a second semi-regular audio show to go alongside the flagship Women Of Wrestling Podcast.

Fight Like A Girl is a bite-sized audio podcast – it won’t be put onto iTunes, and can only be downloaded from Ringbellesonline.com. It is a more focussed programme than the WOW Podcast, concentrating on a single topic rather than a wrestler’s entire career. However, it won’t just be talking to wrestlers – we’ll be talking to a wider section of the wrestling industry. Who, you may ask? Well, you’ll have to wait and see.

For now though, let’s introduce you to Faith Lehaine, who is our first Fight Like A Girl guest. She joins Lee Burton for an account of her recent wrestling tour of Nepal – a country not well-known for its grappling credentials, but loves wrestling nonetheless. Find out how much, as well as her tales about the culture, getting to grips with the lingo and more, by clicking the link below to hear the 15 minute show. Enjoy.

Faith Lehaine discusses her trip to Nepal – left click to play in browser, right click and choose “save target as” to store it to your hard drive

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shonshu says:

The Nepalese are hard little/big men. They make good Momo. They actually watch WWE a lot. So it’s kind of understandable that they would want some wrestling. Also they are not allowed to kiss a woman or they could get killed by the girls relatives.