All Star Wrestling

Thursday 21 FEBRUARY & Tuesday 9 APRIL 2019
Woodville Auditorium

All Star Wrestling

Two top North American campaigners, former Superslam champion Harlem Bravado and the towering Brody Steele from Canada, begin a British tour with Gravesend tag team action againstĀ  home favourites Oliver Grey and James Mason during All Star Wrestling’s first Woodville Hall bill of 2019 on Thursday 21 February.

The 6ft 6ins tall, near 300 pounds Steele, who hails from Halifax, Nova Scotia, has battled his way around the world since starting his ring career in 1966. He made a big impact when first touring Britain in 2003 and was back in 2011 tagging with America’s ‘Vampire Warrior’ Gangrel and now lines-up alongside Bravado who first made his name on the international scene tagging with elder brother Lance Bravado.

Harlem Bravado was the man Exeter, Devon-based Grey defeated to to win Britain’s most prestigious belt in November 2017 when himself newly returned in outstanding form from two years in the United States campaigning for WWE off-shot NXT Wrestling, gaining top tag and solo honours. Now he looks forward to going into action alongside South London-born Mason, himself a former Superslam belt holder.

The Gravesend line-up starting at 7.30pm brings a further tag battle as top favourite Dean Allmark, head coach for All Star’s highy rated training school on Merseyside, and high flying masked Mexican luchador Flying Eagle clash with ‘Nasty Boys’ Max Moran from Austria and Finland’s Vito Purro.

Also on view will be ringwise Ricky Knight, the Norfolk star who first made his name as one half of the notorious ‘Super Flys’ tag formation partnering Jimmy Ocean, before being joined on the action trail by his wife, ladies ring diva Sweet Saraya, and sons Roy and Zak Knight who tag as the ‘UK Hooligans.’ Now there’s even a place in the team for Roy’s teenage son who appears as Ricky Knight junior.

The whole Knight clan is currently eagerly awaiting the release of the American film ‘Fighting with my Family’ which tells the story of daughter Britany Knight who went to the United States to star in WWE rings as Paige. Partially shot in Norwich and near Great Yarmouth, the film has been produced by US heavyweight star Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson.