Links to the wonderful world of wrestling (and a bit more). To place a reciprocal link to your site email us at [email protected]
Websites and page links belonging to the Wrestling Heritage family.
Tribute to a great British wrestler
An archive of the weekly newsletter available for all members.
Wrestling memories in verse
The place we celebrate the forgotten heroes of wrestling - the fans.
Websites belonging to Wrestling Heritage members (beginning with those wrestling related).
The online home of the British Wrestlers' Reunion, celebrating British wrestling past and present.
The Official Website of the Legendary Masked Wrestler and Mystic.
An ongoing project to list all the matches aired by ITV between its first airing in 1955, and 1988 when Greg Dyke cancelled British wrestling broadcasts.
A lovely site combining Sheila's poetry and the wrestling memories of Dwight J. Inglburgh.
Mike Hallinan's posters and programmes from the pre war days.
An authorative and important documentation of US wrestling history from the 1800s to the present day.
The official website of Tony "Banger" Walsh.
A tribute to one of Britain's greatest heavyweights from historian Mike Hallinan.
A remarkable collection of wrestling photos documenting the golden age, offering the opportunity to purchase.
The Wigan wrestler talks aboout his days at Riley's Snakepit.
The authoratitive site on Japanese wrestling, run by Heritage friend The Great Hisa. Visit his other site too: www.wrestling-titles.com.
The website of the BBC 4 documentary, When Wrestling Was Golden
Preserving the golden years around the world.
Wrestling statistics from around the world
Wrestling discussion up to 1989
Wrestling discussion initiated by the late Clawmaster, James Zordani, who died in September 2014
Best of British is a nostalgia magazine celebrating everything that is British, from the past to the present.
Interacting with all aspects of Britain's past
Classic radio for classic wrestling fans
The research centre of the University of Texas at Austin.
The TV we loved on the nostalgia television website,
Sporting memories from the people of Stoke On Trent.
The website for players, parents and anyone interested in basketball.
Scotland's oldest hospital radio station and Bruce Welch (Bill Bryden) is a presenter.