Beautiful But Deadly 6 - More Deadly Women

More beautiful but deadly women with Michele Gutierrez, Zara Phythian, Whitney Jene Harchanko, Christine Theiss and more.

Here is another entry in my "Beautiful But Deadly" series.

This time we have (mainly martial artists) from Jujitsu, kickboxing, Brazilian Ju Jitsu (BJJ), Goju Ryu, Shotokan, Kung Fu, Wado Ryu, Krav Maga and boxing.

And we have actresses, stunt women, a doctor, a yogi and a former American Gladiator contestant....

Christine Theiss

Christine Theiss
Christine Theiss

This is Christine Theiss.
Sorry, make that DR. Christine Theiss.
Christine is not only a doctor, but a professional world champion in full contact kickboxing as well.
She was born on February 22nd, 1980, and started kickboxing at the age of seven.
Christine also posed for Maxim and appeared on the German TV show Spear of Destiny.
You can find out more about her at her website (link below).

Duda Yankovich

Duda Yankovich
Duda Yankovich

Female boxer Duda "Diamond" Yankovich was born in Jagodina, Yugoslavia on September 27th, 1976.
Besides boxing, Duda has a black belt in Shotokan karate that she got at the age of 14.
That made her the youngest black belt in Serbia at the time because they didn’t have "McDojos" that just cranked out black belts.
From Shotokan she moved to kickboxing and became national champion three times.
Not satisfied with that, Duda moved into boxing.
BoxRec has her at 11-2-0, with five wins by KO.
Her last boxing match was a loss to Esther Phiri on May 29th, 2010 at the Mulungushi Conference Centre in Lusaka, Zambia.
As far as I know she is not related to Weird Al.

Zara Phythian

Zara Phythian
Zara Phythian

Zara Phythian is a former 13 times multi style sports martial arts champion in Weapons, Fighting, Forms and Musical Performance Forms.
She got "discovered" at a competition in the US; while she was busy winning four US National Belt Titles.
In 2006, Zara became the first Brit to be inducted into the International Karate & Kickboxing Hall of Fame.
Other people that have been inducted into the IKK Hall of Fame are Bruce Lee, Chuck Norris, Ernie Reyes, Hee Il Cho and Ed Parker.
Zara retired from competition and went full time into acting.
She has appeared in two films so far, Crops (2006) and Underground (2007) and has The Hike (2011), A.B (2011) and Warrioress in production.
You can see her website at the link below.

Michele Gutierrez

Michele Gutierrez
Michele Gutierrez

Michele "Diablita" Gutierrez is a female mixed martial artist fighting out of Las Vegas, Nevada.
She started out as a boxer, then moved into Muay Thai.
Michele was born on June 29, 1981 and stands five foot six and weighs 120 pounds.
She lost her first fight against Felice Herrig at Unconquered 1 - November Reign on November 20th, 2009, but has come back to win three fights in a row against Amy Stacey, Cassie Roddish and Tammie Schneider.
Her current record is 3-5-0.

Whitney Jene Harchanko

Whitney Jene Harchanko - MMA Women
Whitney Jene Harchanko - MMA Women

No I didn’t get an entry from one of my "Most Beautiful" Hubs mixed in here.
Whitney Jene Harchanko (born on July 24th, 1987) is an actress, model and a 2nd degree black belt in American Karate.
This five foot six, 119 pound beauty has been training in her home state of Minnesota at the National Karate Academy of Martial Arts for eleven years.
Whitney even appeared on the MTV2 reality show Final Fu back in 2006.
You can find out more about her at her link below.

Christine Philips

Christine Philips
Christine Philips | Source

Actress, model and stuntwoman Christine Philips has been in martial arts for over twenty years.
She's trained in...(get ready)..Brazilian Ju Jitsu, Okinawan Shuri Te, Goju Ryu, Shotokan, Kung Fu, Wado Ryu and Krav Maga.
Add that to the fact she’s a stunt woman and gets thrown through windows and blown up on a daily basis and I'd wager that Christine is a pretty tough cookie!
She was also a contestant on the American Gladiators TV show.
You can find out more about her in the links section.

Angie Woolum

Angie Woolum
Angie Woolum

This five foot four, 126 pound beauty is Angie Woolum.
Angie's ring nickname is "The Mingo Warrior".
That comes from the Native American Mingo tribe who were considered fierce warriors.
With her hand speed, powerful kicking techniques and grappling skill, it may be hard to believe this lady was once a Homecoming Queen.
At one time she was rated ninth by the International Female Boxing Association (IFBA), she is an undefeated kick boxer, she was the first female American to win an
International Sport Jujitsu Association (ISJA) World Title in Full-Contact Sport Jujitsu and she fought for Chuck Norris in his World Combat League (WCL) for the Miami Force.
Angie has a good internet presence and you can find out more about her in the links below in the link section.

Liz Shayne

Liz Shayne
Liz Shayne

This gorgeous young lady is yogi, martial artist, teacher and Vice President of Budokon International, Liz Shayne.
She started out in Yoga, moved to Power Yoga, then to Northern-Style Kung Fu, Yang-style Tai Chi and Chen-style Tai Chi.
Liz currently holds a certification from the Beijing Tai Chi and Kung Fu Academy in Tai-Chi Quan and is a certified Budokon Sensei.
You can find out more about Budokan and Liz at the link below.

Mika Nagano

Mika Nagano-Japanese female MMA fighter and pro wrestler
Mika Nagano-Japanese female MMA fighter and pro wrestler

Mika Nagano may look cute, but this young lady is a Japanese female MMA fighter and pro wrestler.
She was born on December 29th, 1983 in Gifu, Gifu, Japan and her nickname is "Future Princess".
Mika stands five foot three and weighs 114 pounds.
Okay we all know that wrestling is scripted and they say who wins.
But her MMA record is a respectable 14-9-0.

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leeberttea 6 years ago

I'd like anyone of them to give me a good once over!

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vydyulashashi 6 years ago from Hyderabad,India

the beautiful and dangerous

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gramon1 6 years ago from Miami

We need more women in the martial arts. Thanks for your posts. I don't think that many women realize that performing martial arts will contribute to their femininity. The few girls we have at the dojo are gorgeous. Maintaining a physical discipline through the growing years helps them develop beautifully. Also, the self confidence they get helps them deal with men's insecurities when they get in relationships.

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Linda MS Enos 6 years ago from Beautiful Manoa Valley

As always so awesome, beautiful, easy to read!!!

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drcrischasse 6 years ago from NH/Foxboro

These women scare me!

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captainchris 6 years ago

Only a fool would messed up whit this wonderful ladies!

Whitney Jene Harchanko is a real beauty!

Great hubs!

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Jasmine JellyBaby 6 years ago

Wow these women are really hot and them being kick ass babes makes it even better! very nice hub and Gramon 1 is right, we do need more women martial artists!

Nathan @ Deal Life Insurance 6 years ago

Scare you?? I think there could not be more sexy in a lady!

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midesmedia 5 years ago from Montevideo, Uruguay

Thanks for the links to all the girls. Awesome stuff :-)

Dr. Electro 5 years ago

You are missing out if you keep overlooking Holly Holm. Seriously.

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Cagsil 5 years ago from USA or America

Okay, you have one lady here I would take and wouldn't mind taking a beating from, as long as she would be willing to nurse me back to health when she is done kicking my ass. :P :) That woman would be Liz Shayne. :)

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sabrebIade 5 years ago from Pennsylvania Author

Liz is gorgeous no doubt!

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kungfukid 4 years ago from Los Angeles, California

great hub.

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limpet 2 years ago from London England

The glamorous English actress Honor Blackman began taking judo lessons as a wartime dispatch rider during the closing stages of world war II. By the time Miss Blackman was picked to portray Dr Cathy Gale in the second season of the cult T.V.series The Avengers she was already up to the yellow belt level. During fight sequences landing on cement floors continuously was energy draining to say the least. Miss Blackman never had to use a stand in /stunt double but she admited karate was something she knew nothing about but was willing to learn. The karate scenes were carefully choreographed and very realistic. Honor Blackman eventually published a hand book on Women's self defence.

Vincent 13 months ago

Christine Philips, Whitney Jene. and Zara are BSers in that their accomplishments are nothing more than fluff. Philips has no real things on her acting resume and the stunts in film are pretty tame so you don't get "blown up" and windows are easily broken for such "stunts" and is an insult to those who do more than that. Zara's accomplishments are not hard to do considering the federations overseeing the hall of fame in which there is no one regulating body and pretty much anything goes.

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sabrebIade 11 months ago from Pennsylvania Author

All I can say is Zara Phythian, Kick-Boxing 4th Dan, Taekwondo 4th Dan, Shokotan Karate 2nd Dan, Two Guinness World Records and Trained 13 World Champions...

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