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WWE legend to wrestle in Cloverdale

Tatanka drops into the ring in Cloverdale March 29 when All Star Wrestling returns. - Submitted
Tatanka drops into the ring in Cloverdale March 29 when All Star Wrestling returns.
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A legend in the wrestling world drops into the ring in Cloverdale when All Star Wrestling presents Tatanka.

The former WWE star, Tatanka is an aboriginal American who hails from North Carolina. His Fallaway Slam and other signature chops and drops helped win him fame on the circuit.

He'll take on defending champion Jason Cage for the ASW title Saturday, March 29 at the Alice McKay Building at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds. Other highlight matches include Kyle Sebastian, who will be defending his title against challenger Adam Ryder for the ASW Trans Canada Title 2/3 falls.

Other bouts will see Azeem the Dream and Christopher Ruseck take on the duo Kenny Lush and King of the Yukon, Moondog Manson vs. Creamator Von Slasher, and Collin Cougar Meat Cutler defends his Cruiserweight title against Matt XStatic in the title match.

It's also Raven Lake's retirement match that evening: Riea Von Slashser and Iron Maiden vs Bambi Hall and Raven Lake. The TKO is Cody Smith vs. Breaker Iton.

Tickets are available at allstarwrestlingcanada.ca, or at allstar-wrestling.com. For information, call 604-710-0872.

Meet the wrestlers after the show at Rockwell's Bar & Grill located in the Holiday Inn on the corner of 64 Avenue and 176 Street.



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