ONE of the biggest tag-team matches ever staged in Peacehaven is set to hit the Meridian Centre on October 26.

The bout, on a huge Saturday night Wrestling Spectacular in aid of the Mayor of Peacehaven’s charities, will feature four giants of the ring, all new faces to fans of the Meridian shows, in a super-heavyweight clash that is certain to rock the arena.

They include the first Estonian wrestler to appear on a show for top UK matchmakers Premier Promotions, Timo Noot, who has trialled for the WWE and New Japan Wrestling. He goes in at 6ft. 2in. and tips the scales at nearly 17st. Even bigger is his partner, awesome Joshua James, who also stands 6ft. 2in. but weighs in at a massive 19st.

Lining up against them in a showdown that will test the Meridian ring to its limits will be a sensational new masked star, Cobalt, and the colourful Pirate captain Percy Swindels.

The tag match shares top billing on a spectacular night for grappling fans with a ladies contest, made by popular demand, between the PWF c champion Amazon, recently back from a six-month tour of Japan, and Belgium-bound Zan Phoenix.

Amazon, who also appeared on the WWE network’s Parade of Champions classic filmed in Florida, one of the biggest events in women’s wrestling history, will be accompanied by her manager and one of the most controversial figures in British wrestling, the self-styled “Twisted Genius” Dean Ayass. Our thanks to Aquarius Solutions for sponsoring the event.

The action starts at 7.30, and tickets are available in person from the Meridian Centre or by calling 01273 585493.