All Star Wrestling returns

A new season of old school-style wrestling gets underway next Friday night in Cloverdale.

All Star Wrestling returns to the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, where another season of old school-style wrestling gets underway next Friday night.

Remember the ’80s?

With names like Gorgeous Michelle Starr, Oly Olsen and the Mighty Iton, it would be impossible to forget.

Sept. 21 at the Alice McKay Building, ASW presents Got Vamp, where the seasoned vets take on the rising stars, starting at 7:30 p.m. (doors open at 7 p.m.).

Headliners are ASW champion Gangrel the Vampire Warrior who takes on challenger Bishop, billed as a Big Pile of Sexy.

Gangrel, the new Trans Canada Champion, defeated Vance Nevada June 22 in Cloverdale. He was the leader of The Brood in the WWE attitude era.

Other bouts include the Great Kasaki vs The Lonewolf Will McCoy, Breaker Bruiser vs. Alex Prestige and more.

The ASW is locally owned, and promotes family-oriented shows.

Tickets range from $12 to $20. Available in advance from Central City Comix at 10221 King George Highway, Comics Scene Collectibles at 9812 152 Street Surrey, and online at www.vtixonline.com/event.php?event_id=351. Meet the wrestlers after the show at Rockwell’s Bar and Grill, 102-17530 64 Avenue, Surrey. For more information, visit www.aswcanada.com or www.allstarwrestling.biz.

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