A hobby site created by enthusiasts of 
British wrestling celebrating wrestling and 
wrestlers from 1930 onwards through 
fifty glorious years of British wrestling history





British wrestling history has a name ... Heritage

It's time to discover it.

 Use the menu bar above to discover our wrestling history


For most readers the place to start is the almost 2000 A-Z of wrestlers.

This is the largest collection of British professional wrestlers ever assembled. We include wrestlers active between 1930 and 1988 and invite all our readers to submit memories and information to enhance or extend our collection.


The A-Z of wrestlers provides links to extended tributes to many of our favourites: Shining Stars, Personality Parade and Pioneers. All these pages can be viewed by everyone. That's lots of memories and enjoyment we offer simply because it is our aim to preserve Britain's wrestling heritage. To delve much further you will need to become a member, which is easy and free. so, join Heritage now.  

Places and events

Wrestling Heritage is by far the largest celebration of British wrestling's past, and has been acknowledged by BBC TV in the Timeshift documentary, The Best of British Magazine "Website of the Month," in various publications including The Sun, Lancashire Evening Post, The Mercury (Durban, South Africa), Herald Scotland, The Fiji Times, Wigan Forward, Fighting Spirit, and books authored by David Fowler, Roger Green, James McCarraher, Eddie Rose, Dale Storm,  Adrian Street,  and Martyn Williams. We thank them all for helping us keep alive the memories of British wrestling.

Having discovered or re-discovered some of your favourites, now would be a good time to Join our partner site www.wrestligheritage.com for hundreds of pages about the people, places and events of Britain's wrestling heritage