ONE of wrestling’s biggest tag teams are set to make their Sussex debut when the stars of the grappling ring return to Peacehaven.

The Beards, who bill themselves as over 40st. of British beef, are among the headliners at the Meridian Centre on February 16.

Individually, they are the Man Mountain of the Ring, mighty Karl Atlas, and “Maddog” Quinn.

Collectively, they make up an awesome combination who have already picked up tag-team gold at a number of promotions and now have their sights on clearing the decks in the Premier Wrestling Federation.

Atlas has emerged as a contender for top heavyweight honours recently with some impressive solo displays.

But can he keep the run going with “Maddog” when they clash with another team new to Meridian fans, the Heavyweight Heartbreakers?

The Saturday night spectacular, arguably the biggest ever staged in Peacehaven, will also feature a PWF championship contest and an appearance by one of the most exciting stars in wrestling, international high flyer The Lion Kid.

The title action sees “Dazzling” Darrell Allen back to defend the welterweight belt against the controversial “Prince of Mumbai” Rishi Ghosh after injury ruled him out of their bout on the last Meridian event.

The Lion Kid, who has thrilled fans all over the world, including Japan, France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Switzerland and Ireland, was a big hit with fans when he made his only previous Peacehaven appearance back in 2016.

Now he is set to clash with another top star, Cockney kid Sid Scala, who is signed to the WWE NXT UK tour, while the supporting card includes Harry Sefton, who took out three opponents on the last Meridian show to win a thrilling last man standing six-man knockout tag bout.

Tickets for the show, in aid of the mayor’s charities and sponsored by Aquarius Solutions, 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.