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Review: All Star Wrestling stages action-packed show at Corn Exchange, Ipswich

PUBLISHED: 13:57 01 November 2015 | UPDATED: 16:57 01 November 2015

All Star Wrestling at the Corn Exchange, Ipswich. Pic: Callum Maclean

All Star Wrestling at the Corn Exchange, Ipswich. Pic: Callum Maclean

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All Star Wrestling served up a treat on Friday night for hundreds of wrestling fans in the Corn Exchange in Ipswich.

An excitable crowd was left satisfied after five action-filled bouts featuring stars from across the world.

British wrestling veterans Johnny Storm and James Mason displayed superb technical in-ring skills before Justin Hammer emerged victorious in a high-octane ladder match. The high-flyer climbed the ladder to retrieve the Money in the Bank briefcase and posed for selfies with fans afterwards.

The fourth match was definitely one for the children as ‘Yes Man’ JD Bryant got the win, using some rather familiar moves and gimmicks more associated with a popular WWE wrestler.

The main event showcased some of the best of the British talent as former WWE wrestlers Mason Ryan and Oliver Grey tagged against the American Avalanche PN Neuz, a former WCW and ECW star, and British Heavyweight Champion Sam Adonis, from Pittsburgh, USA.

A classic tag match worked the crowd, with the British baby faces coming out on top.

It was another great night of wrestling for the Corn Exchange crowd, who will be eagerly awaiting the promotion’s return next February, which is scheduled to feature former WWE wrestler Gangrel.


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