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Penny Banner's web site Keep in touch with a wrestling legend, and find out about her book, BannerDays.
Professional Women of Wrestling (PROWW) One of the top women's wrestling sites on the web. Includes vintage videos and photo gallery.
Steel Kittens: Women's Wrestling Women's wrestling, mixed wrestling (male against female), professional wrestling from the USA and Japan
WrestleZone.com Wrestling news, store, online forums and links.
The Professional Wrestling Online Museum The Professional Wrestling Online Museum, with photos, bios, title histories and more.
Online World of Wrestling Monthly wrestling results, articles, and links to other wrestling fan sites.
The Wrestling News Page Wrestling columns, forums, imagery, games and trivia.
Wrestling Informer Wrestling bios, news and history
Pro Wrestling Insider Wrestling news site, includes a long piece on the Fabulous Moolah this month.
Slam! Sports: Wrestling An extreme sports site with a dedicated section for wrestling. Features a great review of Lipstick & Dynamite.
Tim Boyles Photography Great photographer who took the snapshot of Ruth and the gals at the Sarasota Film Festival.

 

 

 


 

 


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Lipstick & Dynamite

Ruth Leitman's Lipstick and Dynamite is a look into the lives of the women who made their living on the professional wrestling circuit.
Full of outstanding archival footage of wrestlers like The Fabulous Moolah and Johnnie Mae Young, Lipstick and Dynamite is primarily concerned with the lives of hardship and hard work these superstars of the ring created for themselves. It could have been the sex, money, injuries, and intrigue that dominated their lives on the road, but the competitive passion of these women have for their sport shines through in director Ruth Leitman’s touching portrait of women who lived hard, and fought even harder.