Giant tag team duo Kris Kay and James Kenna face a new threat at Worthing’s Assembly Hall next week.
Promoter John Freemantle said: “Kay, the burly Southern Area heavyweight champion, and the towering 6ft 8in Kenna, who between them weigh in at around the 40st mark, feature in the top of the bill bout on Monday’s big half-term grappling spectacular (February 16).
“Emerging from the opposite corner will be former WWE star The Zulu Prince, now back campaigning in the UK after a two-year spell on the other side of the Atlantic, and the self-styled ‘Prince of Mumbai’, Rishi Ghosh.
“Kay and Kenna came out on top on their last Worthing appearance against tough-guy Londoners Stingray Stevenson and Rob Cage, but they will face a test of a different kind against the wily, rule-bending pairing of the African warrior and his Indian partner.
“The main singles match on the card features ‘The Polish Eagle’ Wolf Alexander, while the star-studded supporting line-up also includes the return to the Assembly Hall stage of Wade Fitzgerald and the Worthing debut of new masked wrestler The Phantom. Alexander, who won a new army of fans when he triumphed in an American rumble on his last appearance, clashes with Andy Simmonz, ‘Pocket Hercules’ Fitzgerald goes in against Colombian Jorge Castano, and The Phantom takes on Premier Wrestling Federation title-holder Barry Cooper.”
The action starts at 7.45pm, and tickets, including reserved ringside seats and discounts for advance bookings, are available from the Worthing Theatres box office, telephone 01903 206206, or online via the Worthing Theatres website.