Bill Watts

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      • 1939-05-05 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA

      William F. Watts Jr. is an American retired professional wrestler, promoter and former American football player. Watts garnered fame under his "Cowboy" gimmick in his wrestling career, and then as a tough, no-nonsense promoter in the Mid-South United States, which grew to become the Universal Wrestling Federation. In 1992, Watts was the Executive Vice President of World Championship Wrestling but after clashes with management over a number of issues, as well as feeling pressure from Hank Aaron over a racially insensitive interview, he resigned. He was subsequently replaced by Ole Anderson. In 1995, Watts briefly worked as a booker for The World Wrestling Federation. In 2009, he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.

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