WRESTLING: ANDREW Baker says it is no more Mr Nice Guy as he prepares for Runcorn Wrestling Academy's second show.
But the bill is titled Who's Fooling Who? and on Saturday, April 1 so his fans will have to make up their own minds.
WWE hopeful Baker, now fighting as Sir Andrew Baker, was in vitriolic mood at the club's debut promotion.
'I felt like I was being ignored by the WWE and the UK wrestling scene and also the people of Run-corn,' he said.
'I have to live up to my reputation now of being very aggressive.'
The show is at Grangeway Community Centre at 7.30pm - doors opening at 6.30pm - and is heading for another sell-out.
February's bill was in memory of Baker's grandmother May Shergold who died of cancer in 2004 and raised £1,000 for Cancer Research UK.
'I was very pleased with the last show,' said RWA founder Baker.
'It was a very emotional night and it was a great success.
'For this show, we are hoping to cover the expenses and also bring in some money for some padding, mats and general improvements for the ring and the school.
'The third show in May will be in aid of the British Heart Foundation as my granddad had heart problems so it is another cause close to me.
'We have another seven shows after this at Grangeway this year - usually, shows will be every four to six weeks.
'There are always ways to improve shows - you always have to outdo the last one so fresh ideas are always a must.' Baker added: 'There will be a lot of surprises with this next show.
'I am very pleased with the direction of the Academy. People are showing more interest in the shows and in training.
'We would still like to see more companies in Halton help with sponsorship.'
Baker has handed control of the RWA to a new owner, Neil Davis.
He explained: 'I have known Neil since my stints in the USA. He has always wanted me to do well and get to WWE.
'I decided it was too much for me to be head trainer as well as do my every day job, go to the gym and sort out various paper work as well as being the owner.
'So I decided to put Neil in charge. He decides on the show, matches and does various other jobs.'
However, again showing his dark side, Baker added: 'From the last show, however, we haven't seen eye to eye.
'He cost me my title so I gave him my finisher - the Excalibur - so I guess he will make my life difficult now.
'I would have liked a title shot at this show but that has been announced by Neil Davis as being RWA champion fmp versus Sean Pheonix which should be a very exciting and hard-hitting fight.
'It's maybe my fault because at the last show I decided to turn on my home crowd, beat up a fan and beat up the owner.
'But, like I have said, this time I mean business. I am not here to play any more.'