Big draw wrestling names at charity event in Peacehaven

Crazy Horse wresting in Peacehaven SUS-160815-101119001
Crazy Horse wresting in Peacehaven SUS-160815-101119001

ONE of the wildest characters in British wrestling hits the ring when big-time grappling returns to Peacehaven.

Super-heavyweight battler Crazy Horse, aka the Viking Warrior, is set to bring his own brand of mayhem to the Meridian Centre stage on October 22.

Since bursting on to the wrestling scene, he has fought from one end of the country to another and on to the continent, appeared at the Wacken metal festival in Germany and trialled for the WWE.

Beyond the squared circle, Crazy Horse, who claims to originate from the ancient island of Lindisfarne, has trained with sword, spear, axe and bow and is a well-known figure on the re-enactment fields of England including Battle Abbey.

The big Saturday night spectacular being held in conjunction with the Mayor of Peacehaven’s charities will also include another top international name making his Meridian debut.

The Lion Kid, one of the most exciting stars in wrestling, has appeared extensively for top Japanese promotion Dragon Gate and throughout Europe, where his high-flying style has thrilled fans in France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland and Ireland.

Tickets for the show are available from the Information Office at the Meridian Centre, priced £10 for adults and £9 for concessions. A family ticket for two adults and two children costs £36. Telephone enquiries 01273 585493.