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292 not out ... Cooper sets all-time record

BARRY COOPER made wrestling history when he stepped into the ring to make his 292nd appearance on a Premier Promotions show at the latest Worthing Wrestling Spectacular.

 

One of the most respected figures in British wrestling, the Brighton star passed the long-time record held by former world champion Steve Grey, who was the referee on the night.

 

Both Cooper, the PWF's longest reigning title-holder, and Grey wrestled on the first Premier Promotions show at Hove Town Hall in December 1987.

 

Since then, Cooper has appeared on shows all over the country and now has his sights set on reaching the 300 appearance milestone.

 

JOSH FAULKNER became the youngest-ever PWF heavyweight champion when he won a four-man tournament on the previous show.

 

The powerful 24-year-old Adonis, who combines his exploits in the ring with performing gigs on the stand-up comedy circuit, beat former European champion James Mason in the final.

 

 

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