Buddy Rogers

Perfect body, the Nature Boy.

Buddy Rogers, born 1921 – died 1992  immigrants from Germany. American professional wrestle ring name “Nature Boy” became one of the biggest professional wrestling stars at the beginning of television era and influential future professional wrestlers. Held the top championship in both the NWA and the WWWF, today known as WWE. He began wrestling at age nine at the local YMCA where he excelled in all sports also served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. 

Pat O’Connor

A far cry from forming

Patrick John O’Connor 1924 – 1990 New Zealand meant to be a sheep farmer but served for six months in the New Zealand Royal Air Force in 1945 and working as a blacksmith to pay the bills. To trained before entering the world of professional wrestling. He won the New Zealand Heavyweight Championship in amateur wrestling in both 1949 and 1950. Then moved to North America in 1955 and worked for Maple Leaf Wrestling and won other championships.

Sweet Daddy Siki

A man that shined his way, creating his own world.

Reginald Siki born 1940 an American-Canadian professional wrestler and singer. Stage name Sweet Daddy Siki, the first African American to compete for the N.W.A. World Heavyweight Championship.

Started wrestling in 1955  moved to Toronto in 1961 because his home base to travel across North America to wrestler and for his country & western band becoming  well known throughout Canada through the 1960s and 1970s. He later taught his craft at Sully’s Toronto Youth Athletic Club on Sunday.

Gorgeous George

Always the prettiest boy with the prettiest hair in the arena is that that George.

Gorgeous George, professional wrestler known his flamboyant effeminate pretty-boy if not outright drag queen, who constantly implied homosexuality but never outright stated.

Crating archetypal, a gimmick that because of his predilections using tactics of lying and cheating every dirty trick inflaming the anger of the crowd became the hated heel.

His character was right dab in the middle of homophobia public and incentivized by United States government Lavender Scare.