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The Riot Squad
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We are back. Following our short break we are now resuming our regular updates. This week we've

  • New galleries from Skegness, Newcastle and Coventry
  • A family trio join Personality Parade.
  • Heritage reaches the end - or at least the end of the "Beyond the Heritage Years" series with the years 1997-2017.

Details and links on our news page.


British wrestling history has a name - HERITAGE

March 11, 2018 at 7:06 AM Flag Quote & Reply

David Mantell
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Thanks guys.  Good to have my complete project now up online.

Recommended reading experience for folk - Rewind to a year of your chooseing in the early/mid 1970s and read your way through to the Epilogue to really get a feel for Old School British Wrestling's coninued existence from the the Heritage Years to the 21st Century and up to the present day and beyond.  That way, you can experience in a few hours' reading what loyal ringsiders in Croydon, Hanley, Bristol, Worthing, Southampton, Bradford, Norwich and other points inbetween have experienced over a great number of years.

March 11, 2018 at 1:27 PM Flag Quote & Reply

David Mantell
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By the way, something that needs putting right in the 1975 page - Daddy didn't unmask Kendo (beyond usual nose height) in the Blackburn bout, only in the later December 1975 Solihull bout.

March 11, 2018 at 4:01 PM Flag Quote & Reply

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