High-flying British superstar Mark Andrews has been announced as the winner of TNA British Boot Camp 2, after a high-octane match against DJZ.
The X-Division wrestler talked about Andrews after their match saying: “He’s 22… it’s scary to think what he’ll be like when he’s my age… 27.”
Andrews lost his match to DJZ but showed he could battle with the best in TNA and this is surely what turned TNA boss Dixie Carter’s head, even though she told him afterwards that she didn’t think he could continue his high-flying ways day in, day out.
The part-time musician was up against Kay Lee Ray and Rampage Brown in the final, and all three performed well against a pool of TNA talent, with Kay Lee Ray completely upstaging Gail Kim before Eat Defeat ended the hopes for the Glasgow native.
Viewers had to wait until the end of the episode for Andrews to be announced as the newest TNA recruit, and he now follows in the footsteps of Rockstar Spud who was the first superstar to win the competition last year.
Andrews hails from Cardiff and has made a name from himself all over the UK, mainly in Southside and PCW. His never-say-die attitude has led him to become an international star at a young age, and he has a bright future ahead of him.
The man with the brightest hair in the business is finishing up many British events over the next month before his contract with TNA begins in January and he will then have to make good on his promise to dominate the X-Division.
Alongside Andrews; Kay Lee and Rampage also look likely to be offered contracts with TNA.
All three will be a big loss to the British talent pool particularly Andrews because he always added flair indy events, but hopefully all three will do Britain proud and show the world how talented UK wrestlers can be.