Wrestling action returns to Westhill later this month with one grappler looking to continue a remarkable run of form.
Johnny Lions, a 10-year veteran of the squared circle, has accumulated a run of impressive victories that has turned around his detractors in the North-east’s wrestling community.
On Saturday, April 16, wrestling returns to the Ashdale Hall with Lions set to enter tag team competition again, intent on securing a spot for the upcoming WrestleZone supershow at the Beach Ballroom in June.
The 37-year-old teams with close friend Dickie Divers to take-on the Rejected, and Lions is looking forward to tangling with the former tag team champions.
He continued: “I’m loving my time in wrestling right now – it’s the best it has been for a long time.
“I have enjoyed this year so far as there have been many highlights, including finally scoring a win over my big rival Damien last month.
“Tag team wrestling is something entirely different and I know Chris Archer and Mikkey Vago are a formidable tandem.
“But me and Dickie Divers know what to expect at the Ashdale Hall, and I hope to end the night dealing out a couple of Lion Cutters on route to another win.”
The annual event in Westhill will see the stars of local promotion WrestleZone in family-friendly wrestling action, with the likes of Crusher Craib, Scotty Swift and Mr. P also set to appear.
With attention turning to the summer supershow at the Aberdeen Beach Ballroom, WrestleZone host
Martyn Clunes expects a tense night of action at the Ashdale Hall.
He said: “For wrestlers like Johnny Lions, an impressive performance inWesthill will rise their stock and increase their chances of being part of Aberdeen Anarchy.”
Doors open at 7pm with the action getting underway at 7.30pm. Entry is pay-at-the-door priced £12 for adults and £10 for under 14s.
More information is at www.wrestlezonescotland.co.uk or by phoning 07855 121777.