Wrestling Heritage A-Z The A-Z section is the most comprehensive collection of wrestling biographies ever assembled, and continues to grow. From the biggest names in the business to the casual worker supplementing his regular income there is a place for everyone in the A-Z section We invite readers to contribute more information and photos, particularly for those wrestlers where our information is scant. Please get in touch to offer us additional information or photos, and remember to post comments on your own favourite in the
Click the link below to go to the appropriate page or scroll down the page for a link to any individual wrestler.
One of our six original section which started with just six entrants in April, 2007. The Shining Stars section features extended tributes on some of the most important names in the wrestling business, Mick McManus, Les Kellett, Kendo Nagasaki and around 30 more.
There are links to all the Shining Star wrestlers from their A-Z entry, or you can see a list of all the Shining Stars here.
Personality Parade is similar to Shining Stars with extended tributes to some of the less well known, but equally important wrestlers in the business like Ian Campbell, Steve Haggetty and Dwight J Ingleburgh.
There are around fifty wrestlers in Personality Parade.
There are links to all the Personality Parade wrestlers from their A-Z entry, or you can see a list of all the Personality Parade here.
The Wrestling Heritage Guest Book.
We don't ask much for producing this website, but it does make us happy if you leave a comment in our Guest Book.
The Guest Book is only for comments about the site (please post general comments about wrestling or wrestlers in the Talk Wrestling Forum.
More than 250 albums and increasing all the time.
Share your memories and preserve a bit of British cultural heritage.
Everyone can read the forum messages, but to join in the conversation you need to be a member of the Wrestling Heritage website. It's free and easy to join.
For hundreds of more
head over to