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)
Who will be Gravesend's King of the Ring?
Eight top wrestlers, including home stars and a formidable trio of international globetrotters, will enter the Gravesend Woodville Hall wrestling ring on Thursday April 17. When the dust from the AllStar event settles seven bouts later, the evening's 'King of the Ring' will be crowned - and even the competing wrestlers will be kept in suspense until the last minute as the draw for the quarter final matches does not take until the programme starts at 7.30pm.
Leading a transatlantic challenge will be the 390 pounds 'American Avalanche' P.N.Neuz and 25 year-old action ace Sam Adonis. The Minneapolis, Minesota-based 'Avalanche' has been battling his way around the world since first making an impression back in the time when the WWF re-invented itself as the all-powerful WWE and still believes in a 'route one' approach when the bell sounds.
Back for another extended tour Adonis, from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, has developed a real mean streak, while just as determined to make an impression will be the 6ft 2in tall Austrian force Max Moran who hails from the city of Graz and has been campaigning around Europe and further afield through the past six years.
A string of home favourites will also be ready for action including Wirral-based favourite and Superslam Championship holder Dean Allmark and his bitter rival, long-reigning British mid-heavyweight number one, Stoke powerhouse Robbie Dynamite.
Another threat comes in the shape of fast climbing campaigner Bull Power, a heavyweight on the comeback trail after a previous successful tour to the United States was cut short by a serious injury just as there was a WWE contract reportedly in the offing.
Also out to catch the eye making a Woodville Hall debut will be blond haired surfer Chuck Chandler while masked Mexican-style luchador El Ligero might be the lightest man on view but is always assured of a warm welcome from Gravesend fans while adding his usual bewlidering aerial elements to the proceedings.
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 337 774 with ticket price for cash buyers inclusive of booking fee. All Star's website at: 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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