British wrestling history has a name - Heritage
Wrestling Heritage celebrates the glorious days of
British professional wrestling
between the years 1930 and 1988.
Wrestling Heritage - Preserving Britain's social history
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We have a double helping of fun for Doctor Death fans. Discover his unmasking (it's earlier than you think), how a seemingly unrelated Ricky Starr decision had huge implications for wrestling and the curious inscription on the cup awarded to Dr Death.
A NEW TRIBUTE
The demonic German Karl Von Kramer looked every bit the part. Until he opened his mouth that is, because Karl Von Kramer wasn't all that he seemed.....
More Recent Additions
Sam's Riverside Restaurant in Crisp Road, Hammersmith (Hammersmith Broadway Tube) is now serving The Haymaker, a Rum based cocktail dedicated to wrestler Chick Knight.
In 1946 it took Bert Assirati more than an hour to knock out Francis Gregory in a British Heavyweight Championship match in Aberdeen.
We are saddened to report the sudden death of erstwhile Reunion organiser, wrestler and promoter. Frank Rimer died peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of Friday morning.
Shining Stars - the most famous names in wrestling
The Galleries - Where a picture is worth a thousand words
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About Wrestling Heritage
Wrestling Heritage is a non commercial hobby site produced by two fans of the 1960s and many enthusiastic members. Our aim is simply to celebrate all those involved in British professional wrestling between 1930 and 1988.