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Scottish car salesman turned pro wrestler to go head-to-head with former WWE superstar

  • Former car salesman to fight ex WWE superstar after becoming pro wrestler
  • Andrew Inch, stage name Andy Wild, will go head-to-head with fellow heavyweight Big Damo
  • Inch only quit his sales job in Coaltown of Wemyss earlier in the year

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A former car salesman who turned his back on the industry to become a full-time professional wrestler is now set to fight a former WWE superstar at one of Europe’s biggest events.

Andrew Inch, who goes by the stage name Andy Wild, will go head-to-head with fellow heavyweight Big Damo at Fear & Lothing XIII.

The two-day event, held in Glasgow, is the flagship event of the Insane Championship Wrestling company.


The fight marks an incredible rise for Inch, who only quit his job at a car dealership in Coaltown of Wemyss earlier in the year.

Prior to that, he had worked in the industry alongside his wrestling career in order to support his partner, Hannah, and son, Jacob.

He now runs his own professional wrestling school – Fife Pro Wrestling Asylum – training fighters of all ages.

The one-time salesman told Fife Today that he is now ‘best unsigned heavyweight wrestler in the country’ and is out to prove it on the biggest stage.


He said: ‘I know a real champion is defined by his heart and not a championship around their waist.

‘Right now, I am the best unsigned heavyweight wrestler in this country.’

Inch’s opponent, Irishman Big Damo, spent five years in the WWE before leaving earlier this year.

During his time with the world’s biggest wrestling company, he went by the name Killian Dain and fought alongside the likes of Rey Mysterio and Randy Orton.

Fear & Loathing XIII takes place on November 20 and 21.

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Jack joined the Car Dealer team in 2021 as a staff writer. He previously worked as a national newspaper journalist for BNPS Press Agency. He has provided news and motoring stories for a number of national publications including The Sun, The Times and The Daily Mirror.

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