Tag thrills in prospect at Gravesend event
Friday 27 June 2014 at 7:30pm
All Star Superslam Wrestling
Tickets: £15.00 Adult - £10.00 Over 60/Child - Family ticket £45.00
(NO BOOKING FEE)
ALL STAR WRESTLING weigh-in with a summer spectacular at the Woodville on Friday 27th June, with a programme beginning at 7.30pm including intriguing featured tag and solo contests.
Bermondsey-born James Mason and Superslam belt holder Dean Allmark, who heads for title defences in Japan next month, revive a previously popular and successful tag combination take on 20 stones
Then in a potential solo heavyweight sizzler the 320 pounds 'American Avalanche' P.N.Neuz is opposed by Oliver Grey, going all out to re-establish himself in home rings after an extended spell with WWE in the United States. Hailing from Devon he originally made his name in British wrestling campaigning as Joel Redman and came back strongly Stateside despite suffering a cruciate ligament injury set-back.
The Gravesend programme also brings appearances by exciting New Zealander Jay White who faces a tough test against livewire South Coast campaigner Warren Brady, while South London 'mountain of muscle' Leon Shah bids to pick-up the strings of his wrestling career after an enforced ring absence due to injury - but will be sure of a hard battle when facing the always outspoken and controversial T.J.Stomper. Also back after time in the USA is Kent-based heavyweight Martin Stone.
Tickets including a special £45 family offer covering two adults and two children under 16 are on sale at the Woodville Hall box office, telephone 01474-337774 with ticket price for cash buyers inclusive of booking fee. All Star's website: www.superslamwrestling.co.uk provides further information and late line-up details can be heard on the Wrestlecall hot line, telephone 09068-121884 (call cost 60p per minute) which updates every Monday.
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