All Star Superslam Wrestling
50th Anniversary Tour
Saturday 18th – The Hexagon, Reading (6PM) – Box Office: 0118 9606060 – Click Here
Sunday 19th – Towngate Theatre, Basildon (3PM) – Box Office: 01268 205300 – Click Here
Saturday 25th – The Swan, High Wycombe (6PM) – Box Office: 01494 512000 – Click Here
Saturday 1st – Alban Arena, St. Albans – Box Office: 01727 844488 – Click Here
Friday 7th – White Rock Theatre, Hastings – Box Office: 01424 462 288 – Click Here
Saturday 8th – City Hall, Salisbury – Box Office: 01722 434434 – Click Here
Sunday 9th – Orchard Theatre, Dartford (12PM) – Box Office: 01322 220000 – Click Here
HALF TERM SPECIAL
Sunday 16th – Playhouse, Epsom (3PM) – Box Office: 01372 742555 – Click Here
Monday 17th – Grove Theatre, Dunstable – Box Office: 01582 602080 – Click Here
Tuesday 18th – Princes Hall, Aldershot – Box Office: 01252 329155 – Click Here
Wednesday 19th – The Woodville, Gravesend – Box Office: 01474 337500 – Click Here
Thursday 20th – Fairfield Complex, Croydon – Box Office: 020 3292 0002 – Click Here
Friday 21st – Pavilion Ballroom, Bournemouth – Box Office: 0300 500 0595 – Click Here
REARRANGED FROM 15th – Saturday 22nd – Baths Hall, Scunthorpe (6PM) – Box Office: 0844 8542776 – Click Here
Sunday 23rd – City Hall, Hull (3PM) – Box Office: 01482 300 306 – Click Here
Friday 6th – Oakengates Theatre, Telford – Box Office: 01952 382382 – Click Here
Saturday 7th – Town Hall, Dudley (6PM) – Box Office: 01384 812812 – Click Here
Saturday 14th – Floral Pavilion, New Brighton (6PM) – Box Office: 0151 666000 – Click Here
Tuesday 14th – Playhouse, Epsom – Box Office: 01372 742555 – Click Here
Wednesday 15th – The Woodville, Gravesend – Box Office: 01474 337500 – Click Here
Thursday 16th – Pavilion Ballroom, Bournemouth – Box Office: 0300 500 0595 – Click Here
Friday 22nd – The Woodville, Gravesend – Box Office: 01474 337500 – Click Here
ALL STAR GRAPPLEVINE
Writer: Russell Plummer – Photographer: Tony Knox
Editor: Bobby Evans
Search for ‘People’s Champion’
begins at Gravesend’s Woodville
Nathan Cruz, Oliver Grey, Dean Allmark and James Mason
SET to reach their 50th year in wrestling during 2020, All Star will be marking the milestone by introducing a brand new ‘People’s Championship’ and the first holder who will to take the prestigious new title into the New Year will be decided in an eight man knockout event at the The Woodville, Gravesend, on Tuesday 27 November.
The programme starts at 7.30pm and reputations will be very much on the line as contenders from home and abroad battle it out through a seven contest series with the last man standing being presented with a magnificent new championship belt which he will defend around the country from January.
Six competitors have been announced so far and to build-up the suspense the identities of the remaining two entrants will not be announced until they enter the when the draw for first round opponents takes place at the beginning of what looks sure to be an explosive evening.
Among those already confirmed as competing is South London-born favourite James Mason who made his debut as a 16 year-old and two decades later remains one of Britain’s most popular stars while there will be equal backing for the now bearded Wirral-based Dean Allmark who is also head coach of All Star’s highly rated Merseyside-based Training School.
Colourful ‘Maori Warrior’ Niwa is making a big impression in a first tour to Europe after flying in from his New Zealand base at Auckland and looks certain to provide a tough test for any opponent – and just as eager to impress will be highly rated Humberside newcomer Lucas Steele.
Two other men who figured in a storming recent ‘World of Sport’ televised clash are also in the Gravesend line-up and the sparks are sure to fly if their paths cross again during the tournament. Outspoken show-stealer Nathan Cruz is seldom out of the honours while Adam Maxted, who first wrestled in his native Northern Ireland, has made an impressive return to the ring after gaining star ratings while appearing in TV hit series ‘Love Island.’
Tickets now on sale at the Woodville box office (telephone 01474-337500) and every child attending will receive at early Christmas present to the value of the price paid for their ticket. Fans will also be able to talk to the evening’s stars in a special ‘Meet and Greet’ session.