WRESTLING HERITAGE

British wrestling history          
has a name     
    
Heritage


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

15th September


Happy 90th Dicky


Spend thirty seconds with Dicky Swales and you will have a smile on your face. Make that just ten seconds, by thirty you will be laughing out loud. Dicky Swales might be small in stature but he's certainly big in personality. Still is. Larger than life in 2019 as we add him to Personality Parade on the occasion of his 90th birthday.

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15th September

Sunday 15th - It's Scottish Reunion Day

Ron Historyo celebrates with four new albums added to the Gallery

Hamilton 1960-62

Hamilton 1963-65

Hamilton 1966 Onwards

Scotland Various

9th September

Wrestling Heritage remembers a pioneer; a champion of nearly 100 years go.
Harry Pennington was one of Britain's best catch as catch can wrestlers of the 1920s ....

8th September

Everyone loved him. Loved to boo and jeer. A new entry to Personality Parade.

We are talking West Country and our West Country heavyweight champion, a mythical title that never seems to have been won or lost. It just existed. In the red corner, and we can hear the  booing already, Roy Bull Davis.

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8th September

A hard man of the 1940s, Hard as Nails.

Eric Day was a character. A tough man inside and outside the ring and never one to shirk a fight, in the ring or in the street. 

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1st September

It's Time for the Wrestling Heritage 

Awards.

Are you an award winner?

Three times a year Wrestling Heritage celebrates those who make Heritage great. 

That's you, our readers.

Are you an award winner?


September Awards


1st September

TW Archives

It's all about the memories. We preserve more of your wrestling memories, and have added seven more topics.


SEE ALL THE TW ARCHIVES

1st September

Ready for Scotland?

Ron Historyo takes us on another journey of discovery.

Aberdeen 1980s


31st August

Wrestling Heritage remembers Bert Assirati on the anniversary of his death in 1990.

No Angel of Islington

24th August

The colourful Maurice LaRue has died. Was he magnificent? Or just magnificent? Read our tribute, Majestically Magnificent.

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24th August

Well known around the halls for many years, Bill Ogden is our latest Local Hero.
Everyone was someone’s favourite.  That’s very true of Bill Ogden. A man who falls into the category of forgotten names, yet a man  who played  an important part in the history of professional wrestling for so many years. 

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24th August

Remember one of our greats, who died on this day in 1981.

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24th August

Loved by all, Mucky Mal Kirk died on this day in 1987.

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22nd  August

Three Cornered Jack they called him. Born this day in 1905.

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20th August

Remember Les Stent on the anniversary of his birth in 1913.

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14th August

The Iron Man of the Lakes has died. 

11th August

We celebrate Frank Robb,always remembered with fondness.

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11th August

Llew Roberts, not a famous name, but most definitely a Local Hero

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5th August

In Memory of Jim Rawlings, who died recently.

4th August

We add a tribute to an American wartime hero. 

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