Wrestling legends to be honoured in Cloverdale Friday

WrestleReunion IV features the stars of the future and honours the wrestling stars of the past, including Dean Ho, Erich Froelich and more.

Friday night wrestling at the fairgrounds – a Cloverdale tradition continues.

This month’s All Star Wrestling show at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds is part action, part reunion.

Billed as WrestleReunion IV, the July 25 show features the wrestling stars of the future – and honours the wrestling stars of the past.

Special honourees Dean Ho, Rick Davis (Todd Tomko), Mike Stone and Erich Froelich will be in attendance.

There will also be a series of bouts, with current champion Gangrel taking on Rocket Randy Tyler in the match for the ASW Trans Canada title.

Bad Boy Jason Cage will defend his ASW Legends Title against Georgeous Michelle Starr, a staple of the B.C. wrestling scene.

The Breakers take on Cougar Meat (Kyle Sebastian and Collin Cutler) for the ASW Tag Team titles.

Another match will see The Great Kasaki take on Travis Sionys, while Azeem The Dream and Nasty Nate Daniels will settle their differences in the Grudge Match.

Fabulous Fabio andAlex Prestige and TKO Cody Smith take on Oly Olsen, Matt Xstatic and Kwick Kick Kirk in the Legends and Young Lions team event.

Tickets are $0 for front row, $15 for ringside seats and $12 for bleachers. Tickets available at Central City Comix at 10221 King George Blvd., at Comics Scene at 8912 152 Street, or at www.allstar-wrestling.com.

The event runs Friday, July 25 at the Alice McKay Building at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, 6050 176 Street. The doors open at 7:15 p.m., and the show starts at 8 p.m.

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


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