Thanks for checking out the wrestling links and friends page. Here you can find some of our favorite links to vintage pro wrestling sites and friends in the pro wrestling business. Get information about wrestling history, wrestler biographies, where to go for wrestling DVDs and memorabilia and more.
From time to time, we will showcase a link of special interest by featuring it in the header banner above. Our current featured link is for the Cauliflower Alley Club.
SOLIE’S VINTAGE WRESTLING
An amazing site for wrestling fans. Solie’s Vintage Wrestling is packed with wrestling history, photos, memorabilia, links, videos and DVD’s from the glory days of Professional Wrestling.
THE CAULIFLOWER ALLEY CLUB
A fraternal organization for pro wrestlers, boxers and wrestling and boxing enthusiasts. Don Anderson is a proud member of this club.
Formed to pay tribute to the great wrestlers who performed in Arizona during the 1960s through 1982.
Where Wrestling’s Regional History Lives!
WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO…?
The 1wrestlinglegends.com homepage – A website dedicated to the legends of professional wrestling. This is where you’ll find the most thorough coverage of professional wrestling nostalgia.
WRESTLING – THEN AND NOW
The only wrestling history newsletter published monthly since 1990. Features shoot columns by wrestlers Killer Kowalski, his protege Bryan Walsh and Dale Pierce.
MEMPHIS WRESTLING HISTORY
A great site for true Memphis Wrestling history. Covering some of the biggest names in the business like Jerry Lawler, Sputnik Monroe, Tojo Yamamoto, and more. Also offering wrestling books and DVD’s, interviews, and title belt info as well as specialty items. Dedicated keeping the memories alive.
A really groovy site offering an amazing collection of vintage Memphis Wrestling DVDs. Many classic matches and rare footage including some of the biggest names in the Memphis Wrestling scene. Don Anderson appeared in MEMPHIS WRESTLING IN THE 70s, VOLUME 3 battling it out against Jerry Lawler.
JERRY “THE KING” LAWLER
JIMMY “SUPERFLY” SNUKA