FEMALE WRESTLING LEGEND PENNING
the former female wrestling AWA Champion legend Penny Banner,
who debuted in the mid 1950s and dated the late Elvis Presley,
to the list of those ready to have their autobiographies published.
Banner's life story, Banner Days, which
recounts her life inside and outside of the squared circle, is
currently taking pre-orders on her official website.
Banner began writing the book after the suggestions
of a newspaper columnist and Ric Flair's late mother Kay, when
they heard her life' s story. Penny tells how she went from a
Cinderella to a wrestling champion who now competes in
the National Senior Olympic games.
The book will chronicle dealing with such
female champion legends as Mildred Burke and June Byers, her
very first tag partner Bonnie Watson, as well many of the other
all time favorites of the Golden Era. Ella Waldek,
Betty Jo Hawkins, Lorraine Johnson, Kay Noble, Judy Grable, Judy
Glover, Peggy Allen, Belle Starr and Verne Bottoms were a few
of the other pioneers of that time.
The political situations that came hand in
hand with being a female professional wrestler during that time
period of male chauvinism are addressed, as well as how
women were barred from wrestling in many cities and states. Penny
tells how they had to prove their worth to the wrestling
commissioners, and the secrets of how to keep their suits "ring-worthy."
She recounts road experiences with her three
tag team partners. There's fun, there's love, romance, thrills
and danger. It would make an exciting, "heartwarming movie," Penny
For further information and Pre Ordering Penny
Banners autobiography, visit her website at:
Days Web Site