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June Byers | Vintage Wrestling Glamour Girls

June Byers
Vintage Wrestling Glamour Girls Wrestler Stats:
This Texan was the closest rival to Mildred Burke during the "Fabulous Fifties" when professional womens wrestling really became popular. June fought them all, used her left handed forearm smash and fists to wreck havoc, and was a really dangerous wrestler. She won the World Title from Millie in a contested match in which Millie claimed she was robbed of the Title.
Born DeAlva Eyvonnie Sibley, June Byers was one of the first women to be featured on the main stage of women's wrestling.
Debuting in 1944, she spent the first few years of her career attempting to score upset wins over established veterans such as Mae Young and Mildred Burke.

It wasn't until eight years after her first match, in 1952, that she first gained a title in professional wrestling with her tag team partner, Millie Stafford.
Her next taste of gold would come on June 14, 1953, when she won the women's title in a 13-woman gauntlet.
It was from this point onwards that she really entered into the realms of mainstream pop culture, guest starring in many popular television shows.

The biggest challenge of her career would come again in the form of Mildred Burke, who vacated the title before Byers won it herself.
After a year in the making, it was decided that the ultimate champion would be decided in a two out of three falls match.

This match has since been heralded as one of the greatest women's title matches in the history of pro wrestling, and helped to cement the legacy of June Byers as one of the greatest females of her generation.
This title would stick with her throughout the rest of her career, even when she didn't hold a respective championship.

However, the title would also be the scene of her biggest controversy, as she was stripped of the title by the Baltimore Athletic Commission in 1956 after she publicly announced her desire to retire as champion.
This was much frowned upon by many wrestlers as it was seen as a sign of disrespect towards the younger generation. It wasn't long after this that she retired from professional wrestling.
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classic women’s wrestling matches

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Lily Bitter vs. June Byers

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Lily Bitter vs. June Byers