acknowledges some of the many the professional wrestlers who represent Indigenous Peoples and First Nations. Documenting and celebrating their careers is important to us and we welcome feedback.

Indigenous Peoples Turned Pro Wrestler

Aboriginal wrestlers didn’t always dance to the same tune

Don Eagle’s name lives on

Wrestling came easy to Sandy Partlow

Friendship with Don Leo Jonathan key to Jay Clintstock’s career

Chief Thunderbird: Canadian legend

Remembering the full life of Princess Tona Tomah

Jack, Jerry and Wes Brisco story archive

Princess Victoria: A career cut short

Billy Two Rivers: From the ring to the Oka Crisis

Wavell a Starr on the rise

Friends remember Chief White Owl

Life hitting Wahoo McDaniel hard

Remembering actor/wrestler Chief Suni War Cloud

Stefan Epic’s journey: From Fabulous Creebird to talk radio


Adam Ryder morphs into ‘The Haida Heartthrob’

Guest column: All hail Wavell Starr, the true First Nations Sensation

‘Thunderblood’ Charlie Norris dead at 59

Mayes McLain was a gridiron legend turned wrestling star