THEY are calling it the biggest tag team showdown ever in Worthing.
It’s the match wrestling fans have demanded in order to settle a feud that has been raging for months.
The date with destiny for the two line-ups is Thursday, May 30, when “Dangerous” Danny Garnell and “Polish Eagle” Wolf Alexander clash with former heavyweight champion Flash Barker and Southern Area title-holder Kris Kay in the top of the bill bout at the Worthing Assembly Hall.
Only on this occasion, the manager from hell, the self-styled “Twisted Genius” Dean Ayass, will be involved in the action INSIDE the ring instead of on the outside.
Ayass, the man behind the ratings surge for Garnell and Alexander, talked himself, probably foolishly, into being part of the in-ring action when the teams last met … as a trade for Barker and Kay retiring from wrestling if they lose!
Controversy has surrounded all the previous clashes. Garnell and Alexander won a disputed decision the last time. Before that, it ended in a no contest when the referee was laid out, and when Kay and Garnell met in single combat both men were disqualified.
Now the question the fans want answered is: Will Ayass, the man responsible for much of the mayhem, finally get his come-uppance?
The big half-term spectacular also includes appearances by the “Pocket Hercules” Wade Fitzgerald, now back in the UK after a series of bouts in Japan, wild man Jimmy Havoc and teenage powerhouse Josh Faulkner.
The action kicks off at 7,45, and tickets, including special reserved ringside seats and reduced prices for advance bookings, are available from the box office, telephone 01903 206206, or via the Worthing Theatres website.