Princess Victoria is a 2018 Honoree

The Cauliflower Alley Club is pleased to announce that Princess Victoria will be presented with a 2018 CAC Women’s Wrestling Award at the 2018 CAC Reunion.

Courtesy of Wikipedia: Vickie Otis, better known by her ring name Princess Victoria, was trained in Portland, Oregon by Sandy Barr. She feuded with another of Barr’s trainees, Velvet McIntyre. The two women competed against each other in singles and tag team matches in Vancouver All Star Wrestling. Both women continued their feud while working for NWA Pacific Northwest under promoter Don Owen. They eventually ended their feud and formed a tag team. The duo won the NWA Women’s Tag Team Championship on May 13, 1984 in Calgary, Alberta.

In 1983, the World Wrestling Federation withdrew from the National Wrestling Alliance, and when McIntyre and Victoria rejoined the promotion in 1984, they were immediately recognized as holding the WWF Women’s Tag Team Championship. The duo defended the championship against the team of Wendi Richter and Peggy Lee multiple times, including a match on April 23rd, 1984 in Madison Square Garden. On September 1, 1984, Otis suffered a career-ending neck injury, and the title she held was retired shortly thereafter. Desiree Petersen later replaced Victoria when she was let go from the WWF in 1984. While in the WWF, she also wrestled in singles matches as a challenger against WWF Women’s Champion The Fabulous Moolah.

The Cauliflower Alley Club extends a sincere congratulations to Princess Victoria on her great career, and we look forward to seeing her in Las Vegas in a few short months!

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2 Responses to “Princess Victoria is a 2018 Honoree”

  1. I’ve been hoping for years that my friend, Vicki would make it to CAC and be recognized. Congrats, Vicki! Can’t wait to see you!
    Darla

  2. Finally, a much deserved award!! Proud of you Princess! Long overdue! God bless!