The legend of Zenyatta grows with every colorful word that is written about her.
In her latest New York Times column, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Maureen Dowd compares Queen Z to the legendary Egyptian queen, Cleopatra:
“In an era when it's hard for women to be powerful and flamboyant at the same time, to be uninhibited and unflappable, Zenyatta and Cleopatra are not merely legends, but role models. They dazzled with glamour, while fiercely and daringly pursuing shrewd strategies to win against the biggest, fastest, most competitive boys. Both divas were renowned for coming from behind, until those last heartbreaking times when they couldn't pull it off.”
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Read more at the New York Times.
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