ASW presents Girls Gone Wild in Cloverdale

Former ladies champ Bambi Hall will take a run at the vacant title as the contenders take to the ring in Cloverdale.

Girls Gone Wrestling is presented at the Alice McKay Building Friday

All Star Wrestling presents Girls Gone Wrestling this Friday at the Alice McKay building at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.

The June 26 show features a one-night tournament for the vacant ASW Ladies Title. Former ASW ladies champ Bambi Hall will be back looking for another shot at the title.

Other contenders include Malia Hosaka, Vixxen, Violet Affect, Girl Dynamite Jennifer Blake, Shimmer ladies champion Nicole Matthews, rookie Annie Richards, Monster pro wrestling Edmonton’s Samantha Slides, Gisele Shaw, RCW Ladies Champion Kat Von Heez and more.

Tickets are $20 for front row, and $15 general admission. Available at Timeless Treasures, 5754 176 Street (call 604-374-6994), Central City Comix, 10221 King George Hwy, and at Comics Scene, 8912 152 Avenue. The show starts at 8 p.m.

Meet the stars after the show at Original Joe’s Restaurant and Bar at 17455 Hwy 10 (Brick Yard Station).

For more information, visit www.allstar-wrestling.com or call 604-710-0872.

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