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
We are saddened to report the sudden death of erstwhile Reunion organiser, wrestler and promoter. Frank died peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of Friday morning.
He was without doubt one of the best. A man who ranked alongside the likes of Dermpsey, Riley and other graduates from Riley's Wigan gym.
On the anniversary of his birth (19th February) in 1931 we add our tribute to Mel Riss.
Remembering the key events in British wrestling history.
The Flying Fortress was just one of the evocative descriptions of a man who swaggered his way into, and in, the ring for the best part of thirty years. On the anniversary of his birth (17th February) in 1903 we add our tribute to the irrepressible Cocky Chick Knight.
A TIMELINE SPECIAL
Martin Campbell is back with another gem.
Martin takes a look, with flyers, posters and ads at our lads of the 1960s and 1970s as they travelled the world.
On the anniversary of his birth in 2017 Wrestling Heritage celebrates the flamboyant welterweight champion of the world, Gentleman Jim Lewis. Read our tribute...
Shining Stars - the most famous names in wrestling
More Recent Losses
Sadly we report the death of former referee and MC Mal Mason on 1st December.
More Recent Tributes
It's All About the Memories
The Galleries - Where a picture is worth a thousand words
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