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Peggy Fowler, also known by her ring name Peggy Lee Leather, Lady X, and The Thug, is an American professional wrestler.

Wrestling career

World Wrestling Federation

Peggy Lee competed in the World Wrestling Federation in the mid-1980s. In 1984, she formed a tag team with Wendi Richter and frequently challenged WWF Women's Tag Team Champions Velvet McIntyre and Princess Victoria. By 1985, Leather and Richter split up. Richter became a face and won the WWF Women's Championship. Leather challenged Richter for the title, but was unsuccessful.

American Wrestling Association

After leaving the WWF, she competed in a lingerie battle royal at the AWA SuperClash III pay-per-view event on December 13, 1988.

Powerful Women of Wrestling

Leather also worked for David McLane. She competed in his nationally televised professional women's wrestling league, The Powerful Women of Wrestling (POWW). During her time in POWW, she had a notable feud with her former WWF tag team partner Wendi Richter. She also feuded with long-time adversary Bambi.

Ladies Professional Wrestling Association

Leather joined the Ladies Professional Wrestling Association and competed as Lady X. She defeated Susan Sexton on January 31, 1991 in Laughlin, Nevada to win the LPWA Championship.

At the LPWA Super Ladies Showdown pay-per-view event, she lost the LPWA Championship when she was defeated by Terri Power.

Women of Wrestling

From 2000-2001, she wrestled as The Thug in David McLane's televised Women of Wrestling promotion, where she frequently feuded with long-time rival Selina Majors (previously billed as Bambi). Thug defeated Majors in a steel cage match at the WOW Unleashed pay-per-view event. Off-camera, Majors and Thug served as trainers for the inexperienced talent.

Independent circuit

On January 29, 2005, Leather appeared at Wrestle Reunion in an eight-woman tag team match (teaming with Sherri Martel, Krissy Vaine, and Amber O'Neal against Wendi Richter, Malia Hosaka, Bambi and Jenny Taylor).

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

  • Other titles
    • NDW Women's Championship (1 time)
    • NWL Women's Championship (1 time)

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