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Mal Sanders

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Mal Sanders
Toe & ankle hold on Johnny Kidd.
Posted by Martin on September 19, 2014

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Reply alan
7:42 AM on March 19, 2015 
The 1 and only superstar Mal Sanders,Thanks 4 the pic,
Reply Graham Bawden
3:44 AM on September 24, 2014 
This photo is from the Sports Viewers Guide Wrestling book. Mal Sanders always had the talent that was needed. Indeed he beat Mick Mcmanus. His finest bouts were against Steve Grey.
Reply Terry Christie
12:41 PM on September 22, 2014 
Mal Sanders from Morden in Surrey,Turned Professional Wrestling since August 1977 and made his debut against Steve Grey at Aylesbury in Buckinghamshire on ITV's World of Sport every Saturday Afternoon at 4pm,The Referee is The late Max Ward & The MC is The late Fred Downes and trained by The late Mike Marino.

He beat Sid Cooper for The Mike Marino Shield at The Fairfield Halls,Croydon in Surrey in the final is the great contest and the fans who cheered the great man indeed.

1986 when he turned from a blue eye into a villain who bending the rules against Danny Collins and two years later at The Spa Bridlington in Yorkshire against Ironfist Clive Myers since 1988 when Mal got out of the ring he pushed The ITV Wrestling Commentator,The late Kent Walton for having a go he pushed Sanders back very hard and the referee Peter Szakacs sent Sanders back into the dressing room because of his temper who broke all the rules of wrestling.

Mal Sanders,The Great British Original Professional Wrestling icon for many decades.

Terry Christie,from Sunderland,Tyne & Wear.