TWO of the biggest names in wrestling are set to clash in a spectacular return match when the St Paul’s Centre in Worthing stages a special half-term grappling show next week.

Former American TNA superstars Doug Williams and Mark Haskins will battle it out in a winner-takes-all fight to a finish on February 15.

The no rounds, no time limit rematch is a sequel to their clash on the first-ever show at St Paul’s in October when Haskins was disqualified.

The decision, at the end of the Worthing Trophy knockout tournament final, left both men fuming, with Williams far from satisfied despite leaving the arena with the trophy after having his arm raised in victory.

Before the wrestlers left the ring, Williams challenged Haskins to another bout and vowed to put up the trophy if Haskins accepted.

Now top UK matchmakers Premier Promotions have signed up the warring rivals to meet on the big Thursday night spectacular that will also include two more top stars, “Prince of Mumbai” Rishi Ghosh and Andy Simmonz, who have issued an open challenge in their bid to win the vacant PWF tag-team title.

Among the other big names lined up to appear on the show, that will also feature an over the top rope, last man standing American rumble finale, are mighty “Man Mountain” Karl Atlas, former Young Wrestler of the Year Josh Faulkner and “Dazzling” Darrell Allen.

Tickets, with discounts for advanced bookings, are selling fast after the debut show at St Pauls drew a packed house.

Bookings can be made in person at the centre in Chapel Road, Worthing, or on line via the venue website.

Wrestling in Worthing has become very popular and tickets will sell fast.