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"Polish Eagle" lands Wrestler of Year title

WOLF ALEXANDER is the latest winner of the PWF Wrestler of the Year title, one of the longest-running and most prestigious awards in wrestling.


Alexander was acclaimed the outstanding wrestler of 2015 after he completed a rare double by defeating Stingray Stevenson in the final of the Worthing Trophy to add to his earlier triumph in the Ken Joyce Trophy.


"The Polish Eagle" is only the fourth wrestler to win both trophies in 46 stagings of the two events following Steve Grey in 1994, Robbie Brookside in 2005, when Brookside was joint winner of the Ken Joyce Trophy, and Doug Williams in 2007.


The list of stars who have won the Wrestler of the Year award in its 21-year history reads like a who's who of wrestling, and Alexander follows in the footsteps of some of the biggest names the grappling game, including Doug Williams, Robbie Brookside, Steve Grey, Flash Barker, Danny Collins and Zack Sabre. 


Charlie Checkmate, winner of the Worthing Rumblemania Trophy, was named Young Wrestler of the Year, and Flash Barker's farewell bout with Kris Kay against Christian Eckstein and Stampede Simon match of the year.


THE FIRST big action of 2016 is on February 15 when the Worthing Assembly Hall stages a half-term spectacular headed by a battle for the PWF Tag Team Championship between Kris Kay & James Kenna and Karl Atlas & Crusher Curtis.  


For tickets, including special ringside reserved seats and discounts for advance bookings, contact the box office on 01903 206206 or book on line via the Worthing Theatres website.