Read our tribute to George Gordienko
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One of the greatest heavweight wrestlers to visit Britain ..read more
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Read our tribute to Spencer Churchill
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They called him The Cover Man, and it was easy to see why. Spencer Churchill made a successful transition from body builder to pro wrestler ..read more
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Read our tribute to Patrick O’Connor
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2w ago
The Bearded Wrestler was something of an enigma for us for years. No mask to conceal his identity, but who was he ..read more
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Read our tribute to Max Martin Schultz
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2w ago
Max Martin Schultz has the misfortune of holding a tragic niche in the history of British wrestling ..read more
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Read our tribute to Mike O’Sullivan
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2w ago
A powerful heavyweight with little regard to the rules ..read more
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Read our tribute to Steve Clements
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Steve Clements was a man with two distinct identities, one on each side of the Atlantic ..read more
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Read our tribute to Jim Hipkiss
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2w ago
Jim Hipkiss was hidden away in the depths of the Wrestling Heritage A-Z for years, noted as a short lived 1930s wrestler with a background in judo. Whilst that turned out to be true we found there was much more to his story ..read more
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Read our tribute to John Quinn
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2w ago
By the late 1970s British wrestling was jaded and in need of a boost. Not quite a saviour, but it wasn’t for the want of trying, was a twenty stone, leotarded, bearded and solid Canadian, John Quinn.  ..read more
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A British History of Australian Wrestling Part 5
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2w ago
In the heritage tradition, Part 5 will look at some of the lesser-known Brits who contributed to establishing pro wrestling in that period.  ..read more
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Read our tribute to Tiger DeLisle
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2w ago
The one man circus. A 1930s wrestler with characteristics familiar to fans of the 1960s and 1970s ..read more
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