Pro wrestlers go to the mat for Surrey Christmas Bureau

Bodyslams for Toys event at Cloverdale Fairgrounds features an evening of professional wrestling. Admission by donation of a toy.

The donation of a new toy worth at least $10 for a boy or girl will gain you entry to a night of professional wrestling in Cloverdale next week.

On Dec. 13 at the Alice McKay Building on the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, All Star Wrestling presents Bodyslams for Toys.

Wrestlers return mid-month to help out the Surrey Christmas Bureau. The Cloverdale Rodeo and Exhibition Association is providing the venue for no cost to help the cause.

The event features Moondog Manson in the Bodyslam Challenge (Anyone who can body slam Moondog will win $500), plus a host of other wrestlers, including a reunion between Disco Fury and Gorgeous Michelle Starr vs. Don Ciever and Azeem the Dream (Team USA).

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

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