Girls Gone Wrestling returns to Cloverdale Friday

Billed as the good, the bad and the beautiful, the event showcases an all-woman lineup, including sisters from Surrey.

Surrey sisters Bambi and Liiza Hall – a tag team taking on Melody Mangler and Calamity Kate this Friday at Girls Gone Wrestling in Cloverdale – are Queen Elizabeth Secondary grads.

Surrey sisters Bambi and Liiza Hall – a tag team taking on Melody Mangler and Calamity Kate this Friday at Girls Gone Wrestling in Cloverdale – are Queen Elizabeth Secondary grads.

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They may look like a million bucks but they hit like bulldozers. Girls Gone Wrestling is back, this Friday at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, presented by All Star Wrestling.

Billed as the good, the bad and the beautiful, the event showcases an all-woman lineup.

Highlights include the 10 girl over the top rope battle royal and the title match between Malia Hosaka, the champion, and Nicole Matthews.

Challenger Matthews is a former Shimmer Champion and Pacific Northwest mainstay, while the champ is a former world champion and current defending GGW champion.

Surrey sisters Bambi and Liiza Hall – a tag team taking on Melody Mangler and Calamity Kate – are Queen Elizabeth Secondary grads. The four wrestlers will beat each other up until there is only one team left.

Also on the bill is Riea Von Slasher, dominating the female division on Vancouver Island, where she has steamrolled her way to the top, vs. Gisele Shaw, a woman who trained with Lance Storm, and recently took on the former GGW champion and TNA knockout Chelsea Green.

It’s La Avispa vs. Fantasma Equis in the Lucha Libra style match, and the opening contest will be between Annie Richards and The Waspette.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the bell is at 7:30 p.m., Oct. 7 at the Alice McKay Building, 6050 176 Street. Tickets are $20 (front row) and $15 for general admission. Visit www.allstarwrestling.ca.

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