Lancaster-based Scot ready to make a wrestling impact

Ryan Grayson confronts TNA Impact TV wrestling star RockStar Spud on a wrestling show in Morecambe earlier this year.

Ryan Grayson confronts TNA Impact TV wrestling star RockStar Spud on a wrestling show in Morecambe earlier this year.

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A Lancaster civil servant will fly the flag for Scotland when he appears on a wrestling bill in Morecambe this Sunday (September 28).

Ryan Gordon works in a tax office by day but by night dons spandex to become Ryan Grayson, patriotic Scotsman and professional wrestler.

Edinburgh-born Gordon, 25, has a prominent role with Morecambe-based PAID Promotions Wrestling as the loudmouthed bad guy the fans love to hate.

And after the result of the recent Referendum ended hopes of Scottish independence, the Grayson character has vowed to be more outspoken than ever and make a big impact on this Sunday’s ‘Retribution’ show at the Winter Gardens.

Grayson will take on Tyler Bate from Dudley in a special Scotland v England challenge match.

Also on the bill, the British Champion ‘One Man Riot’ Craig Kollins will defend against bitter rival and former champion Joey Hayes in the main event. Kollins will be joined by his cohorts ‘Mr Big’ Shaun Vasey and Greg ‘The Truth’ Lambert; collectively the trio is known as The Riot Club.

Masked high-flyer and kids’ favourite The Lion Kid will make his debut, there will be a women’s match between Kay Lee Ray and Carmel Jacob, and action featuring the popular Ricky J McKenzie and the 25 stone ‘Manchester Monster’ Cyanide.

The stars of PAID Promotions including Ryan Grayson and Ricky J McKenzie will appear in Morecambe Arndale Centre this Saturday (September 27) from noon to 2pm. Tickets will be on sale. They can also be bought from www.paidpromotionswrestling.co.uk, Studio Bronze in Queen Street, Morecambe and on the door. Doors 4pm. Suitable for all ages.