One of the best female bodybuilders of all time. Someone to never forget. This is from a former Wiki entry on her, before the petty, pedantic Nazi editors on Wiki butchered it:
"Denise Rutkowski (nicknamed the Golden Panther) was an American professional female bodybuilder during the 1990s. Her professional bodybuilding career was as remarkable as it was brief. It lasted only a few months. She won her first professional show on 31 July 1993, the Jan Tana Pro Classic in Roanoke, Virginia.  In late November of 1993, she finished in second place at the Ms. Olympia contest, out of a field of 32 women, the largest field in the history of the contest, losing to Lenda Murray. 
After the 1993 Ms. Olympia, at her peak, she suddenly retired from bodybuilding. She would never compete again. Her sudden retirement shocked the sport, as she was seen as an easy contender for the Ms. Olympia in 1994, and women she beat in competitions later became Ms. Olympia winners.
In 2001, when asked to explain her sudden retirement, amid rumors of drug use, she said, "I just went overboard. I did too much of everything, and I began to find myself on a downward spiral." 
In 1994, she had a religious awakening, returned home to Forth Worth, Texas, and enrolled in Calvary Cathedral International Bible College, where she studied for two years.  After graduation, she traveled the country with a religious purpose. She was spotted walking her dog on the boardwalk in Ocean City, Maryland one day by the publisher of Women's Physique World, Bill Jentz, who thought she looked familiar.
In 2000, she returned to Forth Worth, Texas and started lifting weights again, initially to lose weight, she said. Soon after, she considered making a professional comeback at the age of 38.  But it was not to be.
On July 13, 2012, she was charged with Evading Arrest Detention in Fort Worth, Texas. Her mugshot photograph suggests she has undergone gender transitioning and no longer presents herself as female. 
She won her first amateur bodybuilding contest at the 1987 Metroplex Championships in Dallas, Texas. 
During her bodybuilding career in the 1990s, she lived in Venice Beach, California, and had an interest in improving the quality of life for underprivileged children in the neighborhood. She spent time traveling with youth from Venice, California to WWF shows, Disneyland, and sporting events.
In 1994, she had a brief appearance in Dream On (TV series).
• 1987 Metroplex Championships, Dallas, Texas
• 1988 NPC South Texas, middleweight
• 1988 NPC Spring City Classic, heavyweight
• 1990 World Gym Classic
• 1991 NPC Orange County Muscle Classic, heavyweight & overall
• 1991 California State Championships, heavyweight & overall
• 1991 NPC USA Championships, heavyweight
• 1993 NPC USA Championships, heavyweight & overall
• 1993 IFBB Jan Tana Classic
• 1993 IFBB Ms. Olympia -- 2nd place"
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