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This Sunday, LDN’s busiest promotion returns to the Fairfield Halls in Croydon for a huge afternoon of professional wrestling featuring a cage match for the LDN British Heavyweight Championship kicking off at 3pm.

Lots of new faces for LDN at the Fairfield Halls, as Norwich hard man The Zebra Kid rolls into action to take on former LDN British Champion and fan favourite Alan Lee Travis. Both men are eager to impress, especially with the number one contendership being on the line.

Travis commented, “I’ve not been champion since this past June when I lost the title at this very venue, it’s been a long time nearly a year in fact. I’m training hard so I can defeat Zebra and move straight onto the cage match where I can win my belt back”.

The women are in action as British wrestling veteran and international women’s champion Sweet Saraya is in singles action against Lady Penelope. Saraya, having just returned from a tour of the United States of America successfully defending her women’s title is now wanting to prove everyone back here she is the best in Britain.

39 stone man monster Karl Krammer is back in action as he battles Zak Knight in a special BODYSLAM Challenge contest. Zak weighing in at 15 stone must slam the Barbarian Krammer to win the contest.

Cage match MAIN EVENT

The LDN British Heavyweight title is on the line as the Peckham Playboy Hakan defends his title in a 16 foot high steel cage match. This cage match will be unlike any other as there will be not 1 opponent but 3 as 3 men compete in the huge cage. We can now reveal the 2nd man in the cage match will Midlands veteran Old School Keith Myatt.

Myatt an accomplished wrestle from Stoke made his LDN return this past March in West Bromwich commented, “I’ve been in this for over 20 years, I’m not letting some little whipper snapper tell me he can beat me. Expect the title to be going back to Stoke on Trent. Now get out of my face”

All this and so much more this Sunday

Sunday 28th April

Fairfield Halls

Park Lane, Croydon, CR9 1DG

Doors 2.30pm, Bell time 3pm

Tickets on sale via 0208 688 9291


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