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
20th October, 2019
Chameleon was one of the names used by Barnsley's Alan Manterfield in the 1940s, but could equally have applied to Bradford's Alan Dennison, a man of contrasting styles. Starting out as a good guy his physique was more suited to the role he adopted in the early 1960s of a rumbustious hard man who would inevitably lose his temper with bulging eyes and snarling of championship calibre...
Additions to the A-Z.
Will it ever end? More than 2,000 wrestlers and still going strong. This week we have added
Jumping Jim Farrell ….. Paul Farrell ….. Carl Ferdinand ….. Roy Fields ….. Legs Fletcher ….. Patrick Flyer ….. Tony Fraser ….. George French ….. Mike Futa
Remembering Henri Irslinger on the anniversary of his death.
Few people are more worthy of the label of Pioneer than Henry Irslinger. Following British wrestling's twenty years in the wilderness it was Irslinger, along with Atholl Oakeley and Benny Sherman, who introduced All-In wrestling to Britain in 1930.
Two wrestling characters added to the Gallery by Terry Hunt.
Thanks to Terry enjoy two of wrestling's most colourful characters, Tarantula and The Mummy.
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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