Wrestling at Williamsburg

When I was a little kid, I got dragged to visit Williamsburg on vacation several times. To cope with the boredom, I would think about imaginary pro wrestling matches and storylines, often with made up wrestling characters. I would get so excited while imagining these scenarios that I would get erections, but I didn’t know what that meant at the time. “That thing is happening again,” I would think to myself.


One of the characters I imagined was called "The Lady."  She had a weird theme song that had a woman's voice seductively mentioning her name.  She wore a black mask to conceal her true identity, and was one of the toughest wrestlers to beat.  Her finishing move was a french kiss given to her opponent while they lied on their backs in the middle of the ring. (Visual approximation of "The Lady" above)

Another made up wrestling character I had was patterned after Jason Presson's character "McGeorge" from the 1986 Disney Sunday movie The B.R.A.T. Patrol.  He was very muscular, and pretty invincible in the ring.  His ring attire was patterned after real wrestler Billy Jack Haynes.