Pro wrestler dies from steroids

Ellison and her second husband Johnny Long began training women to become female wrestlers, which included Ella Waldek , Daisy Mae, and Katherine Simpson. [8] Long later contacted promoter Jack Pfefer , who agreed to book some of the wrestlers at his shows. [8] After marrying wrestler Buddy Lee, he began helping Ellison train the female wrestlers. [46] After she left Pfeffer's promotion in the 1950s, Ellison found it difficult to book her trainees in shows due to Pfeffer's influence over other National Wrestling Alliance promoters. [46] Ellison claimed Pfeffer would threaten to reveal the pre-planned nature of wrestling if any other promoters did not do as he liked. [46] As a result, Ellison began selling cosmetics door-to-door and Lee opened a service station to make enough money to pay their bills. [46] They later began to book their wrestlers, including Judy Grable in Boston, under promoter Paul Bowser . [21]

Pro wrestler dies from steroids

pro wrestler dies from steroids

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