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between the years 1930 and 1988.
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The loss of a giant. A gentle man and a gentleman.
Newsletter Tribute Special
The most influential man in British wrestling was born this week in 1912. Celebrate a fine wrestler and top promoter, Norman Morrell.
Norman Morrell's wrestling credentials are without question, and his amateur record demonstrates that here was a man whose skill equalled anyone and excelled most. For four consecutive years, from 1933 to 1936, Morrell won the British featherweight championship.
This week is the anniversary of the death of one of our great heavyweights. Celebrate Pat Roach.
Light the Blue Touch Paper ..... Those who saw Pat Roach will know what we mean. A man who could wrestle clean but unsmiling. Big Pat was never a convincing villain and yet never a fans favourite either.
Welsh Wizardry is an apt title for our latest addition to Personality Parade.
Who didn't like Tony Charles? We thought not. Not a single hand went up, not even one at the back. As fans for more than fifty years and involved in internet discussions since the early 2000s we can honestly say that we have not come across one fan who did not admire Tony Charles.
Wrestling Heritage celebrates the Wrestling Beatle. He's our latest addition to Personality Parade - Forever A Teenage Idol.
To the wrestling fans he was the amiable Bob Anthony who entranced them with some dazzling wrestling moves.
Wrestling Heritage celebrates Dirty Dominic Pye on the anniversary of his birth.
Imagine a life as the son of a monarch and spending much of adulthood waiting to assume the crown. Okay, just one of our readers will really empathise.
This week we have added eleven more tributes to the stars of yesterday.
Derek Oldham was the man who put The Ghoul out of Action. He's our latest Local Hero.
For quite a few years the name Derek Oldham was one that intrigued us here at Wrestling Heritage. Why?
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