John Bundock was a semi-professional wrestler. He had 23 years in the ring and retired in June 1998. For the last seven and a half years of his career, he was the Southern Area Lightweight Champion. He called himself Little John at Brighton area wrestling matches and was known as Judo Johnny Peterson elsewhere. He worked a lot with Jackie Pallo and was on the same bill as Big Daddy for his last bout at Hove Town Hall. John suffered with stomach pain from the early 1990s, and even after an operation to remove a growth the pain was still unbearable, and he was driven to the point of suicide. After going along to see Paul, the problem was diagnosed as cronic spasms in the colon. After Paul performed major surgery the pain disappeared within two weeks, giving John his life back. John’s full testimonial can be found in ” A Mere Grain of Sand”.