All Star Wrestling returns to Cloverdale

Short Sleeve Sampson is the star of Midget Time 3, presented Sept 26 at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.

Cloverdale audiences get a chance to see one of All Star Wrestling’s biggest stars when the Midget Time Tour 3 enters the ring at the Alice McKay Building next Friday night.

The Sept. 26 bout features Short Sleeve Sampson, a diminutive star who stands 4’2 and weighs 120 pounds.

Hailing from Syracuse, NY, Sampson is known for the Inch Worm and Frog splash finishing moves, and boasts such titles as the MCW World Heavyweight Champion, MWF Champion, WOW Midget Champion and more. He made his debut in 1999. According to Wikipedia, Sampson announced his decision to retire from pro wrestling in 2013, prior to a farewell tour, Midget Time 3.

The upcoming event at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds also features Gangrel, the new champion, who takes on Rocket Randy Tyler for the ASW Trans Canada Title.

Bad Boy Jason Cage and Flexx and Vixxxen take on Gorgeous Michelle Starr and Short Sleeve Sampson in tag team action.

The ASW Ladies Title is between defending champion Bambi Hall and Canadian Diamond.

The ASW Cruiserweight Title bout is between The Great Kasaki vs. Christopher Rysekc, and Collin Cutler and Kyle Sebastian (AKA Cougar Meat) are back to defend their ASW tag team titles.

Other bouts will see Azeem the Dream challenge Breaker Iton.

Midget Time 3 is Friday, Sept. 26 at the Alice McKay Building at the Cloverdale Fairgrounds, 6050 176 Street, Surrey.

Doors open at 7:15 p.m., and the event starts at 8 p.m. Meet the wrestlers after the show at Rusty’s Pub in Clover Square Village (Hwy 10 and 177B Street).

Tickets are $20, $15 and $13. Available at Central City Comix, 10221 King George Highway, and Comics Scene at 8912 152 Street, Surrey, or at

For information, call 604-710-0872.


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