Mean Machine ready to rumble in ring

Micky Long will be looking to defend the British Championship on Friday, April 27, at Blyth Sports Centre.
Micky Long will be looking to defend the British Championship on Friday, April 27, at Blyth Sports Centre.

A local wrestler is looking to defend his British title in front of a packed audience.

Micky Long, originally from Wallsend but now living in Stakeford, is one of the main fights on the British Championships taking place at Blyth Sports Centre tomorrow from 7pm.

Micky, better known as Mean Machine, holds the British Championship Ladder Match title after victory over former champion Robbie Dynamite.

On Friday he will be facing Globetrotting Ring of Honor and TNA star Harlem Bravado, as well as competing in the massive over-the-top-rope Royal Rumble main event.

Tickets can be purchased online at www.eventbrite.co.uk or from Blyth Sports Centre reception (there is limited ringside seating available).