Prince Afzal

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Career Highlights

  • Pakistani amateur wrestler Prince Afzal ( Mohd Afzal ) is a retired Asian grappler who wrestled in England UK throughout the 80s – 90s appearing on a few televised bouts . Originally from his native Pakistan where he trained in the mud pits of local wrestling clubs ( known as akharas) he was good amateur and struggled slightly when appearing in the professional paid ranks . He gained some international experience in March 1998 when the now International Sports Promoter /  Pro Wrestling Champion of AK – Pakistan Shak Khan ( Raja Sony Palwan) was booked for a tour of the UAE ( Dubai ) via UKs Brian Dixon ( All Star promotions ) had requested Prince to be Khans tag team partner and a good choice it was as they beat their opponents Marty Jones and Flash Barker in the finals in front of a 20,000 gate of a dominantly Arabic / Pakistani crowd . The Prince was known amongst the wrestlers circuit as a very fit and conditioned grappler who would often display his amateur skills in his matches often disliked by his opponents due to his stiffness in the ring which would leave the majority of his  opponents struggling and out of breath. Afzal would juggle his wrestling commitments along with his nighttime duties of working as a local bouncer on various pubs and clubs in his UK hometown of Leeds .   Height 6ft    Weight 16 st  From Punjab , Pakistan . Trained by his brother and fellow wrestler The Little Prince ( Mohd Alam ) Opponents- Fought twice on UK sports programme World of Sport vs BlackJack Mulligan and Terry Rudge