|Real name||Richard Johnson Williams|
|Date of birth||July 13, 1942|
|Place of birth||Norfolk, VA|
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|Billed from||Norfolk, VA|
Butch Williams (born Richard Johnson Williams on July 13, 1942), is an American professional wrestling announcer currently working for the WNWA.
Williams made his wrestling debut in 1959. He mostly wrestled on the independent circuit. He is best known as being one half of the Good Ol' Boys tag team with Dennis Jordan. They won several tag team titles on the independent circuit. Williams retired in 1986 and started selling insurance. In 2000 he became the color commentator for the WNWA, a position he still holds, opposite play by play man Chuck Roberts.
Personal Life and views
- Williams is divorced and has four children.
- Williams tends to favor the heels.
- Williams is an avid golfer.
- Williams has a fear of the face Irish wrestler Seamus Street, calling him a terrorist. He has no such qualms about the heel Muslim Militants however.
- Williams's catchphrase is "What? I didn't see it?"
- Finishing and signature moves
- Body Slam
- Regular moves