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Flash, bang, wallop! Barker goes out on top

FLASH BARKER ended his ring career in a blaze of glory on the latest Premier Promotions Wrestling Spectacular at the Worthing Assembly Hall.


Barker, one of the top stars of British wrestling over the last 25 years, teamed up with one-time adversary-turned-tag team partner Kris Kay to defeat Germany's Christian Eckstein and Stampede Simon in a blockbuster top of the bill match.


The multi-winning former PWF champion and trophy winner and two-times Wrestler of the Year, who made his Premier Promotions debut in 1991 and figured in more than 150 bouts, scored the winning fall on an emotional night in the arena that has been the scene of some of his biggest triumphs.


Barker and Kay's victory gave the home team the edge in the night's England v. Germany international tournament, although the European raiders hit back in the rumble, with Marius Al-Ani surviving to the end and Eckstein the last man eliminated.


Wolf Alexander is the new holder of the Ken Joyce Trophy, one of the most prestigious prizes in the grappling calendar, after he triumphed in the 24th staging of the event at Peacehaven. 


Alexander beat Charlie Checkmate in the final after earlier gaining a controversial win over three-times winner Barry Cooper in the semi-finals.


















   FLASH BARKER (right) and KRIS KAY