Depending on the territory, Woodin would vary from wrestling as Tim Woods, to the masked Mr. Wrestling. As the latter, he was bedecked in the basic white trunks and white mask and utilize exemplary wrestling technique with a devastating sleeper hold. He became a big star in the South and few played the babyface better. It is possible that his greatest gift to wrestling was in 1975 where he was in the plane crash that ended Johnny Valentine’s career and broke Ric Flair’s back. Woodin was in that plane but as a face traveling with a band of heels, major kayfabe was being broken. He checked into the hospital under his own name and amidst rumors that he was in that crash with Valentine and Flair he wrestled in extreme pain two weeks later to quell those rumors. That in itself may make him Hall of Fame worthy.