William F. "Bill" Watts Jr. (born May 5, 1939) is an American former professional wrestler and promoter. Watts was famous under his "Cowboy" gimmick in his wrestling career, and then as a tough, no-nonsense promoter in the Mid-South United States, which grew to become the Universal Wrestling Federation (UWF).
In 1992, Watts was the Executive Vice President of World Championship Wrestling (WCW) but after clashes with management over a number of issues, as well as feeling pressure from Hank Aaron over a racially sensitive piece of correspondence, he resigned. He was subsequently replaced by Ole Anderson who was then succeeded by Eric Bischoff. In 2009 he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame.
- American Wrestling Alliance United States Heavyweight Championship
- NWA Florida Heavyweight Championship
- NWA Southern Heavyweight Championship (Florida version)
- NWA Gulf Coast Heavyweight Championship
- NWA International Tag Team Championship
- NWA Georgia Heavyweight Championship
- Mid-South Wrestling Association North American Heavyweight Championship
- Mid-South Wrestling Association Tag Team Championship
- NWA Louisiana Tag Team Championship]]
- NWA North American Heavyweight Championship (Tri-State version)
- NWA Tri-State Brass Knuckles Championship
- NWA Tri-State Tag Team Championship
- NWA Texas Heavyweight Championship
- WWWF United States Tag Team Championship