Princess Victoria feared no one: man, woman, or beast. The Native American warrior from the pacific Northwest carved a path all across the world wrestling the best fighters the business had to offer. She became a three time tag team champion and a rising star until a tragic accident ended her career without warning. Long before she laced up her boots, Vicki Otis was a fighter.
In this new memoir, She details for the first time the horrific sexual abuse she endured as a child. She shares the story of her escape to freedom, her mentor Sandy Barr, and her unlikely entry into the professional wrestling business. She spins tales about everyone from Velvet McIntyre and Wendi Richter to Roddy Piper and Buddy Rose. She chronicles her disappearance from the spotlight, the rejection of the Fabulous Moolah, and the warm welcome she received when she returned to the pro wrestling community.
The life story of Princess Victoria is a gut-wrenching horror story, a thrilling sports biography, and the testament to a woman’s determination to not only survive but thrive. The road to recovery is not an easy one, and her story is not an easy read. But as Vicki discovered over a lifetime, you can overcome any obstacles with family, and that family does not have to be blood!
Contains graphic descriptions of abuse that may be disturbing to some readers.
Number of pages: 196.
Book includes signatures from Vicki Otis and John Cosper.