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JAMES MASON made a winning return to the town where he made his first appearance 25 years ago when he triumphed in the headline bout on the latest Worthing Wrestling Spectacular.


The former European champion, who appeared as a teenage wonder boy on a bill alongside Giant Haystacks and Kendo Nagasaki, thrilled the fans at the St Paul's Centre when he scored an impressive win over the Australian globe-trotter Josh "Shooter" Zuccato


It was Mason's first Worthing bout since he lifted the 2010 Worthing Trophy in a tournament that included Zack Sabre, Andy Simmonz and Jonny Storm, and seven years since he defeated Robbie Brookside to win the PWF heavyweight title at the Bournemouth International Centre. 


Local favourite Carl Brady emerged as the star of the main supporting attraction, despite the honours initially being claimed by the international team of David Francisco, Josef Kafka and Slick Lombardo.


The all-Sussex trio of Brady, Barry Cooper and Jordon Dudeney were beaten in the night's six-man elimination tag, but Brady levelled the scores in a singles showdown against Francisco before taking the deciding fall in an extra challenge round.


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