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Belfast-born Adam Maxted, one of the stars of TV favourite ‘Love Island,’ is returning to his first love professional wrestling for a main event appearance in All Star’s opening event of the new season at Telford’s Oakengates Theatre on Friday 6 October.
The tattooed 25 year-old gained a big following in the ITV2 hit and now hopes to resume a ring career that saw him earn a try-out in front of WWE’s talent spotter William Regal at London’s O2 earlier in the year, his previous experience coming through appearances in Northern Ireland and Scotland when opponent included WWE star Drew McIntyre.
Maxted will need to be at his best as his Telford opponent is South London-born James Mason who made his ring debut while still in his mid-teens and has gone on to hold top honours such as All Star’s Superslam Championship and is known for his consistently high level displays.
Both wresters will be eager to impress when appearing in front of one of Britain’s most explosive ring stars, Manchester-born legend ‘Rollerball’ Mark Rocco who will be a special guest at the Oakengates Theatre. Now based in Tenerife where he has extensive business interests Rocco is making a flying visit to Britain and is delighted to be able to fit in a night at the Telford event.
The evening’s programme also features colourful masked Mexican luchador Flying Eagle while wrestling’s mighty midget, three foot six tall Mark Sealey, better known as ‘Little Legs,’ will also be on view in a supporting line-up of four further contests.
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