Join us on a journey through the wrestling venues of Britain and travel further afield, wrestling has a heritage all over the world.
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Hundreds of towns, a thousand venues.
A directory of the wrestling halls of Britain with the memories of those who watched their grappling favourites all those years ago.
Professional wrestling was staged in just about every town in the United Kingdom...
Working Men's Clubs, Public Halls and the most glamorous venues of them all. Our wrestling heroes could be seen appearing at the Royal Albert Hall one night and Willenhall Baths the next.
Take a look around some of the wrestling halls of Britain.
Blood Sweat & Speedway
Down the Palais
Hastings Pier Memories
St James Hall
Saturday Night Wrestling
Friday Fight Night
Time traveller extraordinaire Ron Historyo invites you into his time machine for the journey of a lifetime, exploring the towns and cities of the country from the perspective of Britain's wrestling heritage.
Confessions of a salesman with behind the scenes tales at the New St James Hall, Newcastle.
Little did the management realise that ice cream vendor David Sutherland was taking notes to share with Wrestling Heritage readers decades later.
The vibrant city of northern England hosted professional wrestling most nights of the years, from the smallest of smoke filled clubs to the grand daddy venue of them all, the Kings Hall at Belle Vue.
Ron Historyo has been seeking them out.
Free Trades Hall
Central & East
Life just goes on getting better.
Martin Campbell continues his search for the greatest wrestling in Britain.
Golden Days for Fenland