Book Description: Lillian Ellison, one of wrestling's longest lived veterans and heroines, is a true legend of the World Wrestling Federation. From her debut in the fifties as "Slave girl Moolah" (dressed in revealing leopardskin) to her triumphant return to the WWF spotlight last year in her title match, Moolah is a female champion like no other. Her questionable ring tactics like choking, stomping, and using foreign objects during matches set the standard for Federation mayhem today. Moolah was there throughout the early days of wrestling, and stayed in the ring throughout the 50s and 60s when women were banned from wrestling "for their own good". By the late '60s she and the girls she trained at Girl Wrestling Enterprises represented the single largest group of female wrestlers in the US. Soon she was recognized by the National Wrestling Association as the undisputed women's champ, a title she would hold for the next 20 years. Moolah is a role model for strong women both on and beyond the mat, and her story is a riotous tell-all from one of wrestling's greatest of all time.