Solie’s Vintage Wrestling was founded by San Francisco musician Earl Oliver.

It first appeared in 1995, named in honor of announcer Gordon Solie, and was one of the earliest known pro wrestling websites to appear on the internet.

Jim Ross of the WWE cites him as the most significant influence on his career as an announcer. 

The website had a number of innovative features, most notably, one of the most extensive collection of wrestling title histories on the internet. It was also home to “Solie’s Wrestling Newsletter“, of which Oliver was the editor, and all 753 editions were put online following the end of its run in November 2003. is considered a valued reference among wrestling fans and the internet wrestling community.

As of 2010, it is the oldest continually active pro wrestling website on the internet.



Be sure to visit Solie’s Wrestling Videos for classic Pro Wrestling action. 

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