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Winona Barkley
Ring name(s) Winona Littleheart
Princess Little Heart
Cindy Lou
The Lock
Debut 1977

Winona Barkley[1] is a retired professional wrestler better known by the ring names Winona Littleheart (sometimes billed as Winona Little Heart and Wenona Little Heart) and The Lock.

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Career

Barkley, daughter of the daughter of wrestler/booker "Dirty" Dick Barkley, debuted in 1977.[1] She began her wrestling career as Winona Littleheart with the standard "Native American" gimmick, including a fringe vest and feather in her hair.

National Wrestling Alliance

As Princess Little Heart, she was awarded the NWA United States Women's Championship in October 1980.

World Wrestling Federation

As Winona Littleheart, she frequently competed in the World Wrestling Federation in the late 1970s and early/mid 1980s. She often feuded with The Fabulous Moolah and Judy Martin. She also worked as a trainer at Moolah's wrestling school and helped train Wendi Richter.

In 1985, she challenged then WWF Women's Champion Leilani Kai for the title during Kai's short title reign.

Florida Championship Wrestling

Barkley debuted in Florida Championship Wrestling as Cindy Lou, a young woman that used to be friends with Barry Windham and Kendall Windham while growing up. She had been abducted by Kevin Sullivan, who renamed her The Lock (because he kept her under lock and key). As The Lock, she eventually wore a mohawk and wore bizarre clothing and face paint. She joined Sullivan's "Army of Darkness" stable and frequently fought with Sullivan's other valet, Fallen Angel. Eventually Luna Vachon joined the stable and she formed a tag team with The Lock known as "The Daughters of Darkness".[1]

Retirement

Barkley is retired from professional wrestling. She provided back-up vocals for a song on Nasty Savage's 1987 album "Indulgence".

Championships and accomplishments

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