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Mal Ardley-Sanders (March 28, 1958) is an English professional wrestler. He is best known for his on-going work throughout the British independent circuit. Despite having debuted in 1977 and wrestling in several unnamed matches for unknown promotions, his first known promotion in which he worked for was All Star Wrestling from 1987, 1996 and 1997. In 2003, he returned to ASW and wrestled matches for Premier Promotions and World Association Of Wrestling. Throughout the mid 2000s, Sanders worked for Frontier Wrestling Alliance, Real Quality Wrestling, Varsity Pro Wrestling and International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom. He wrestled what perhaps was supposed to be his last match on March 28, 2008, the day of his 50th birthday. Since 2008, Sanders went on to wrestle many more matches, going into the mid 2010s. As with most veterans of professional wrestling, Sanders has also served a trainer.

In wrestling

  • Signature moves
  • Running powerslam
  • Nicknames
  • "Superstar"

Championships and accomplishments

  • British Welterweight Championship

External links

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