ADDITIONAL WRESTLING TOPICS, PORN STARS AND
WEBCAM SHOWS INCLUDE THE FOLLOWING
The names of yesterday
Back when 'World
of Sport' ruled the airwaves, British
Wrestlers were household names. Everyone
could name the top wrestlers, even if
they didn't follow the sport, and would
know when and where the regular
wrestling visits to the local community
Here are just a few
of the top names of yesteryear. See how
many you can remember.
- Kendo Nagasaki
- Big Daddy
- Mick McManus
- Jackie Pallo
- Johnny Saint
- Les Kellet
- Bomber Pat
- Paul Lincoln
- Dynamite Kid
- George Kidd
- Steve Logan
- Mike Marino
Legendary Wrestler of
of yesterday or today hold more intrigue
than Kendo Nagasaki. The masked warrior,
still plying his trade as in his glory
days, holds a captive feel over the
audience and his opponents that all
wrestlers would long for. Whether
blessing the ring with the Ceremony of
the Salt, or dismantling his opponents
with ease during the contests, Kendo
Nagasaki is a clear indication of what
the glory age of British Wrestling was
The names of today
The wrestlers of
today and still plying their crafts
around the halls and social clubs of the
UK. In many ways this shows dedication,
as the financial rewards and recognition
are just not there in the same way that
they were for the warriors of the past.
Here are just a few of the top names
of today. How do they rate and what
potential do they have?
- Anarchist Doug
- Phoenix Jodie
- Dave Moralez
- Zack Sabre Jr
- James Tighe
- Martin Stone
- Nick Aldis
- Phil Bedwell
Renowned Wrestler of
shown here dominating former WWE star
Eugene, is often seen in main events all
around the country, and is a true
example of what training and dedication
can bring to the modern British
Wrestling scene. Having both an aura of
respect around him and a physically
imposing presence he is a true example
of where the sport of professional
wrestling could be heading.
Yesterday or Today?
How do the wrestlers
of yesterday compare with the wrestlers of
The world of
wrestling has changed dramatically in
recent years. The high intensity style
of the WWE means that very few British
Wrestlers enter looking to learn the
traditional British craft. The more
Americanised style may lose some
viewers, but it can also produce some
incredibly gifted British wrestlers.
This is your chance to say, which
era produced the best British Wrestling?
The old 'World of Sport' era of
(roughly) the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s?
Or, the modern era of today?
truly means British Wrestlng to you?
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