Holly Luger

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Vital Statistics

Wrestler Name: Holly Luger

Real Name: Holly Fayette

Birthday: April 26, 1952

Death Date: April 22, 1985

Hometown: Billings, MT

Billed From: Every Woman's Nightmare

Marital Status: Single

Alignment: Heel

Height: 5’7”

Weight: 158

Theme Music: “The Holly Chorus” (her own parody of the “Hallelujah Chorus”)

Wrestling Debut: March 6, 1978 (Tulsa)

MVW Debut: July 10, 1980

Debut Opp: Supergirl

Last Match: June 29, 1984

Last Opp: Supergirl

Style: Top Notch Brawler

Finishing Move: Nightmare (swinging neckbreaker)

Favorite Moves: hurancarana, grapevine, sunset flip

Weapon: chain

Notable Feuds: Supergirl

Image: Magnificent Mimi

Personal History

Holly was born on April 26, 1952, to Gregory and Gretchen Fayette, in Billings, MT. After graduating high school, she went to college at the University of Tulsa with a softball scholarship. Graduating from Tulsa with a Bachelor of Science in Art History, Holly found herself without a job.

She became a fan of Wild West Wrestling out of Oklahoma City during her time in Tulsa. She approached Conrad Altmann, looking for any kind of work in the organization. The job she found herself with came with a high price. To keep her job as one of the WWW's female wrestlers and managers, she was forced to be a sex slave for Altmann and the current Heavyweight champion, Wild Bill McClintock. During this time, she became pregnant with her daughter Monica (Miss Fortune).

Once she became "damaged goods," Altmann fired her for "inability to fulfill her contractual obligations." After giving birth on September 18, 1979, she received a job offer from Holly Springs High School to teach Art. She began to wrestle for CWA in Memphis in March 1980. Not impressing Jerry Jarrett too much, she tried out for the MVW in July 1980.

During her MVW career, she feuded almost completely with Supergirl. She was forced to retire after her June 29, 1984 match against Supergirl. Citing medical complications, she reluctantly announced her retirement after the match. Holly died of a congestive heart failure on April 22, 1985.

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