Born mistakenly as farmer, Prince al’Thor spent the majority of his life working on the farm and pursing athletics on the side, amateur wrestling in specific. In his late teens, al’Thor was made aware of his royal bloodlines by a distant family member who spent his whole life searching for the Royal Family’s lost Prince.
With a country divided and in strife, al’Thor reluctantly left the Two Rivers to unite a country. While forced to give up farming and living in a small town, al’Thor refused to give up his passion for sports and wrestling.
Making the transition from amateur to professional wrestling, head RCP Trainer Mozart Fontaine says, was natural to this gifted athlete. While he is rich, and Prince to a Country, al’Thor prides himself to be a man of the people and loves traveling to Delaware so he might visit with fans and compete at Right Coast Pro Wrestling.
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You can catch this combative sports show stopper in the squared circle at the new RCP Arena aka the Greater Newark Boys and Girls Club of Delaware on a regular basis. See our home page for upcoming event details as well as event blogs. RCP Pro Wrestling Home Page