Cremator looks to bury wrestling star in Cloverdale Friday

The Cremator will try to bury Gangrel in a Casket Match this Friday, when All-Star Wrestling returns to the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.

The Cremator will try to bury Gangrel in a Casket Match this Friday, when All-Star Wrestling returns to the Cloverdale Fairgrounds.

Gangrel, a former WWE superstar and current All Star Wrestling champion Gangrel, faces the seven-foot tall Cremator Von Slasher in November Nightmare.

The ‘Casket match’ for the ASW heavyweight title is a physical match with a twist – the winner is the last man standing and the loser is placed in a casket.

Other bouts taking place Nov. 28 include the tables, ladders and chairs contest for the cruiserweight title. Great Kasaski will defend his champion title against Matt X Static and Nick Price.

The three men will walk into the ring, outfitted with tables, ladders and chairs in order to produce high-impact, high-flying entertainment, organizers say.

The Legends Title will see Bad Boy Jason Cage, the champion, take on Breaker Iton.

Other matches include Disco Fury vs. Azeem the Dream, and the ASW Ladies Title, where Riea von Slasher defends her title against former champion Bambi Hall; Gama Singh Jr. vs. Travis Sionys, and finally, in tag team action, it’s Cougar Meat (Kyle Sebastian and Collin Cutler) vs. Jorel Nelson and Toga Boy.

Seating capacity will be limited; the bleachers are being removed from the building, so get your tickets early.

Tickets are $20 for front row, and $15 general admission.

Visit www.allstar-wrestling.com, or call 604-710-0872 for more details.

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