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ALICE McKAY BUILDING
CLOVERDALE FAIR GROUNDS
6050 A 176 St., Surrey

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Ladies and Gentleman its time once again for some Girls Gone Wrestling action. We take pride in bringing the best in entertainment and want you to enjoy the thrills and spills that take place when these Ladies step in the ring. Oh sure they may be beautiful. Oh sure they have stylish clothes. Oh sure they hit like bulldozers…..These ladies represent the best from the Pacific northwest and are ready to show case just what ladies wrestling is all about. So come one come all and cheer on the good the bad and the beautiful in Girls Gone Wrestling! This is brought to you by All Star Wrestling! Girls Gone Wrestling action returns to the Cloverdale Fairgrounds in Surrey, BC.
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10 Girl Over The Top Rope Battle Royal

What happens when ten ladies get in one ring together? Either do we so that’s why you need to see just what happen as these lovely ladies beat each other up. Ten enter one remains. Who will win!!!

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Girls Gone Wrestling Title Match
Malia Hosaka(Champion) vs Nicole Matthews

Hold the phone. Talk about the best of the best in one ring. The Challenger is a former Shimmer Champion and pacific northwest mainstay. The Champion is a former World Champion and the current and defending GGW champion. Nicole Mathews has every tool in her to become the next GGW champion. She has been training day in and day out with the very best there is. Malia Hosaka is the GGW champion for a reason.. That reason being she is just that good. When these two step in the ring there will be many around the world wishing they were in attendance. Make sure you are not one of them wishing. Make sure you are here live to see this go down!
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Tag Team Action
Melody Mangler & Calamity Kate vs Bambi & Liiza Hall

When you match pure beauty and flexibility you get the team of Melody Mangler & Calamity Kate. These two can dance in the ring or on your face. I mean one wrong step and your going down. Bambi &Liiza Hall on the other hand are true sisters who know each other better than any one else. They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder but what they don’t tell you is these four beautiful ladies will beat each other up until there is one team left!

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Riea Von Slasher vs Gisele Shaw

Riea Von Slasher has been dominating the Feamle division on Vancouver Island. She has literally steamrolled her way straight to the top. She is a beautiful lady who hits harder than some dudes. Gisele Shaw was trained by Lance Storm and is no stranger to heavy handed hitters. Gisele has fought the best in the world and recently went toe to toe with former GGW champion and TNA Knockout Chelsea Green! Who move up the rankings in GGW and who will be left behind.

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LUCHA LIBRE STYLE
La Avispa vs Fantasma Equis
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Opening Contest
Annie Richards vs The Waspette

For more info please contact www.allstarwrestling.ca or call toll free at 604 710 0872 on Twitter @GirlsGoneWrest

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Gail Kim reflects on her career and the start of the Knockouts Division before her Hall Of Fame induction at BoundForGlory.
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flo3North Starz was able to catch up with exciting newcomer Flo Riley of Montreal, Quebec.  Flo Riley has accomplished a lot of great things thus far in a short time period.  Flo Riley has a great attitude and is a hard worker who is eager to learn. So wrestling fans keep your eyes open for this young wrestling superstar.

North Starz:  First of all I would like to thank you for taking the time for doing this interview and I hope you are doing well. My first question for you is why did you decide to become a professional wrestler? Have you always been a wrestling fan?

Flo Riley:  I grew up watching wrestling. I used to watch it with my father when I was a kid. Then, my brothers started to watch it. Even my mom at some point. I used to play with my brothers that we were wrestlers. We would dress up as the WWE superstars, do their entrances and fight a match with a planned winner. I had such great memories of that time. Unfortunately, I never thought for a second that I could do that with my life. For me, it was only, men and women fighting on my TV. But, I was also so young. Then, WWE went PG and I stopped watching wrestling until last year when I rediscovered wrestling and it was so clear; I had to do this. I was 21 years old. For me it was now or never and that’s it so last September, I started to train to become a professional wrestler.

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North Starz:  What are some of your hobbies and interests outside of wrestling?

Flo Riley:  Honestly, I don’t have much free time with wrestling but when I do I love watching movies, TV shows, I watch anything on Netflix, read comics, play video games and write stories.

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North Starz:  Tell me about where you train to become a professional wrestler and the people who have supported you the most there so far.

Flo Riley:  I train at the Torture Chamber Pro Wrestling Dojo run by Dru Onyx. This school is so special to me. The first time I walked in I knew that this place was for me but I never thought that I would find a second family. We are all very supportive of each other and Dru is simply the best. I have to admit that at first I was kind of intimated by him but now I am happy to say that he is not only my coach but a true friend. He is always there to answer my endless questions or taking extra time to help me to perfect my wrestling. I want to be the best and he wants me to be too. It is really cool to have your coach believe in you like that and I really feel honoured.
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North Starz:  Do you have any wrestlers that you look up to or are your inspiration?

Flo Riley:  When I was young I loved Rey Mysterio but currently I love Finn Balor, Sasha Banks and AJ Styles. In fact, Finn and Sasha were the ones that made me love wrestling again. (continue reading…)

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On Saturday September 17, 2016 PWA (Pure Wrestling Association) wrestling held an All Ladies Pro Wrestling event at the Alpine Club in Kitchener, Ontario.

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“The Black Widow” Eve Defeated Patsy Blue

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In the opening bout of the show “The Black Widow” Eve was able to put away Patsy Blue with a Baldo Bomb.

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Beautiful Beaa Successfully Defends
PWA Women’s Championship Against April Sera

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In the second match of the evening the fan favourite Beautiful Beaa successfully defended her PWA Women’s Championship against the very tough American April Sera.  It was a tough seesaw match up however in the end the champion was able to hit Sera with her “Beautiful Disaster” (Roll the Dice) finisher to pick up the one, two, three. (continue reading…)

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Veda Scott – the undefeated member of Team USA always gets a strong sense of pride this time of year as the 2016 CANUSA Classic draws closer.

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14222363_10153976886322877_1002200967905699176_nSisterhood of the Squared Circle: The History and Rise of Women’s Wrestling is available in paperback on April 11, 2017.  This book is written by Pat Laprade and Dan Murphy and is forwarded by WWE Superstar Natalya.  This book documents the rise of women’s wrestling from sideshow to WWE main event.

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Sisterhood of the Squared Circle presents the fascinating history of women’s wrestling, from the carnival circuit of the late 1800s to today’s hugely popular matches. With more than 100 wrestler profiles, find out how backstage politics, real-life grudges, and incredible personalities shaped the business. The careers of many well-known trailblazers, including Mildred Burke, the Fabulous Moolah, Mae Young, Penny Banner, Wendi Richter, Trish Stratus, Chyna, and Lita, are celebrated alongside today’s stars, like Charlotte, Sasha Banks, and Bayley.

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With rare photographs and an exploration of women’s wrestling worldwide — including chapters on Japan, Mexico, England, and Australia — Sisterhood of the Squared Circle is a priceless contribution to the history of professional wrestling.

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You can pre order the book on Amazon.com by clicking on the following link:  https://www.amazon.com/Sisterhood-Squared-Circle-History-Wrestling/dp/1770413073

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Pat Laprade has been involved in pro wrestling for 15 years and has contributed to many women’s wrestling promotions, including SHIMMER and Femmes Fatales. He co-wrote Wrestling Observer’s 2013 book of the year Mad Dogs, Midgets and Screw Jobs as well as a biography of Maurice “Mad Dog” Vachon. He lives in Montreal, Quebec. Dan Murphy has been a writer for Pro Wrestling Illustrated since 1997 and has overseen PWI’s annual female 50 ranking since its inception in 2008. He lives in Buffalo and has written four books on the history of his native western New York. Trained in the legendary Hart Dungeon, Natalya is a former WWE Women’s Champion. She lives in Tampa, Florida.

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eve3North Starz.ca had the opportunity to interview multi time champion “The Black Widow” Eve, who hails from Shawinigan, QuebecEve is the current BTPW Women’s Champion and has wrestled throughout North America and is an impressive force wherever she goes.  She is a strong, powerful wrestler whose strength over matches that of her opponents.  Many top contenders have put up gallant efforts against The “Black Widow” only to fall victim to her Package Piledriver which always leads to certain defeat.  So without further adieu it is time to get an in depth look at the one and only “Black Widow” Eve

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North Starz.ca:  First of all I would like to thank you for taking the time for doing this interview Eve and I hope that you are doing well. My first question for you is why did you decide to become a professional wrestler? Have you always been a wrestling fan?

Eve:  I want to say thank you for giving me the chance to take a part in your interview and I really appreciate this opportunity!  When I was young, my father never missed a wrestling show and we wrestle together in the leaving room but when he passed away when I was 9 years old I just never wanted to talk about wrestling anymore.

However, my mom and I moved to a different city when I was 12 years old and I made new friends who loved wrestling too and asked me to go with them to wrestling training.  In addition to going to training I was invited to a wrestling show.  I was late to the show and when I finally got there it was the main event and it was amazing to the wrestlers and a guy put through a table and it was at that moment that I said to my friend ”I want to do that!!”  However, I was too young to begin the training so I copied the signature of my mother and I began training and never stopped!

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North Starz.ca:  Wow! That is an amazing story!  With all your focus on wrestling what are some of your other hobbies and or interests outside of wrestling?

Eve:  I make charcoal canvas and I love reading books.  I have a library in my living room haha!  I love American Muscle cars so when I get the chance I go to car shows to look at them or go to car races.

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eve6North Starz.ca:  Well you obviously have great taste in cars!  Training is vital in professional wrestling.  Can you tell me about where you trained to become a professional wrestler and the people who have supported you the most there so far in your wrestling career?

Eve:  I trained one year in Shawinigan, Québec with King Hammer and Rejean Desaulniers before I was able to go inside the ring but I stop wrestling for 4 years.  However, one day I met a girl who was my hairdresser Kathryn Von Goth and she talked to me about wrestling and told me that she wanted to try it.  I told her I was a wrestler before but now it’s done for me and she asked me if she could train and if I could do a match with her.  It was to be just one match but I never stopped after that match and it is because of her and her boyfriend that for I stayed in the wrestling world.

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North Starz:  Well thankfully you gave wrestling another chance.  Is there any wrestlers that you look up to or are your inspiration?

Eve:  Yes, Chyna is my inspiration, she was a pioneer for women’s wrestling.  She was a tough and beautiful woman who reached so many goals in her life in a man’s world. I can talk about her for so many hours I just loved this women! (continue reading…)

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Yasmin2Wednesday September 14th, 2016

North Starz.ca recently had the opportunity to interview an up and coming pro wrestling talent named Yasmin Christ.  She is based out of Montreal, Quebec and has made a great impression thus far inside of the squared circle. Yasmin exhibits the great combination of beauty and athletic ability inside the ring and is looking forward to impressing the fans and taking on all challengers.

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North Starz.ca:  First of all I would like to thank you for taking the time for doing this interview with North Starz.ca and I hope that you are doing well. My first question for you is why did you decide to become a professional wrestler? Have you always been a wrestling fan?

Yasmin Christ:  My pleasure! My dad has been a wrestling fan his whole life and had me watching it with him when I was 5 years old and since then I’ve never stopped. So yes, I’ve always been a fan. A few years back I was watching and the thought suddenly came to me “why don’t I give it a try?” I’ve always loved it and thought it would be a great experience and challenge and it’s been exactly that so far.

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North Starz.ca:  What are some of your hobbies and interests outside of wrestling?

Yasmin Christ:  Outside of wrestling I enjoy reading. The picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde is my favorite novel. I am currently in beauty school, I love working with make up and nails. Also, I love going to the gym and going for a jog on a nice day just to clear my mind after a stressful day.

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Yasmin6North Starz.ca:  Tell me about where you trained to become a professional wrestler and the people who have supported you the most there so far.

Yasmin Christ:  I trained at the Torture Chamber Pro Wrestling Dojo ran by Dru Onyx. I was there for a year and then graduated. It’s a great facility that emphasizes the fundamentals. By far the number 1 most supportive person through this whole journey to this date would be my boyfriend, Idris, who I met at the Chamber during my time there. He’s become my best friend and my biggest supporter in life and in wrestling.

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North Starz.ca:  Do you have any wrestlers that you look up to or are your inspiration?

Yasmin Christ:  Growing up, I looked up to Maria Kanellis. I found her so beautiful and loved all her gear plus she was kicking butt! As a little girl I found that the most amazing thing. I wanted to be just like her. During my time at the Torture Chamber I watched Jessika Black reach her success in the Femmes Fatales division and it inspired me. I used it as motivation as well.

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North Starz.ca:  Reflect back and tell me about the emotions that you had when you stepped into the ring for your first professional wrestling match.

Yasmin Christ:  I was nervous yet extremely excited! All those grueling hours at night during practice after long days at school or work was finally paying off in that moment and I couldn’t be happier. I was proud with what I’ve accomplished, a dream came true.

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Yasmin5North Starz.ca:  How would you describe your wrestling style and what are some of your best holds and or most devastating moves?

Yasmin Christ:  I would say I’m more of a technical wrestler. I love chain wrestling, the possibilities seem endless and I’m always creating different combinations. The Koji Clutch and Neckbreaker would be my best and most devastating moves.

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North Starz.ca:  What is your finishing move and why did you decide to choose it?

Yasmin Christ:  The Neckbreaker is my finishing move. I spent a lot of time perfecting this move and making it as devastating as can be. My alternate finisher is the Koji Clutch and I also spent a lot of time making sure it was perfect. You rarely see women bust out this submission and that makes it even cooler than it already is!

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Yasmin3North Starz.ca:  Thus far in your career who has been your toughest opponent that you have faced? What are your personal feelings about them?

Yasmin Christ:  Vanessa Kraven has been my toughest opponent for sure. Not to mention it was also my first match ever so that made it even more tough! But it was a great challenge and experience and I loved it. Vanessa is such a sweet person, and I knew I was in good hands working with her and I wasn’t even worried. I enjoyed the two matches I had with her and would love to do it again.

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North Starz.ca:  Is there anything that you would like to say to wrestling fans?

Yasmin Christ:  They’re amazing and their support means the world to me! None of it would be possible without them. They bring the energy and excitement that helps us do what we love.

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North Starz.ca:  What are your thoughts about the women’s independent professional wrestling scene in Canada?

Yasmin Christ:  Full of talent and very diverse. Lots of great woman wrestlers here in Canada and I’m proud to be able to work with them. Fresh talent keeps on coming out these past few years and that makes it even better.

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Yasmin7North Starz.ca:  What are you’re wrestling related goals heading into 2017?

Yasmin Christ:  My goal for 2017 is to expand myself and wrestle in different promotions across Canada and learn as much as I possibly can.

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North Starz.ca would like to thank Yasmin Christ for taking the time to do this interview it is really appreciated.  I would also like to wish Yasmin all the best in her wrestling career and I am looking forward to seeing her win championship gold in the near future.

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Published on May 16, 2016
Great North Wrestling rom Ottawa, Ont.
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chelsea2British Columbia’s Chelsea Green recently signed a contract with Impact Wrestling and has relocated to Florida.  North Starz.ca is very happy for Chelsea and knows she will continue to represent Canada admirably.  Below is a link to a video interview by Green about the story and emotions of signing a contract with Impact Wrestling.  Make sure to check it out!

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http://www.cheknews.ca/local-wrestler-chelsea-green-gets-pro-contract-213390/

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Liiza1Wednesday September 14, 2016

North Starz.ca had the opportunity to interview second generation professional wrestling star Liiza Hall who has made quite an impact on the Western Canada wrestling scene.  Whether it’s wrestling her older sister Bambi Hall or taking on all challenges Liiza Hall is looking to show her talents throughout the rest of Canada and the USA in the very near future.

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North Starz.ca:  First of all I would like to thank you for taking the time for doing this interview and I hope you are doing well. My first question for you is why did you decide to become a professional wrestler? Have you always been a wrestling fan?

Liiza Hall:  I have been a wrestling fan since the first wrestling show that I ever went to with my mom when I was 6 years old. I watched Kyle O’Reilly reach his arms out to the crowd at an ECCW show and sitting in the front row I yelled my butt off for him to somehow get out of the submission he had been avoiding the entire match. The first time I knew that I wanted to be a wrestler was when my mom Raven Lake brought me to a training session with her and I snuck into the ring after the class was over and tried to jump off the ropes. All I could see was the mat below me and the lights shining into the ring.  Every show or training session that I got to go to after that nobody could keep me from jumping back into that ring.

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North Starz.ca:  Tell me about where you train to become a professional wrestler and the people who have supported you the most there so far.

Liiza Hall:  I started my training at All Star Wrestling in Vancouver, BC with Michelle Starr and The Great Kisaki.  These two men have pushed me harder than anyone has ever pushed me before to be the best wrestler I possibly can be.  They’ve taught me that even when you mess something up you don’t sit there and complain, you get up and try again and work on it until you get it right. Both of these men have supported me through my career as well as my family. (continue reading…)

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On Friday October 7, 2016, Sabotage Wrestling will host an all women’s wrestling event that will be held in Covina, California. Several women are scheduled to be on the card that night and Heel/Face Wrestling.com had the opportunity to catch up with one of them, Taya Valkryie, who was in Texas wrestling at a local event last night.

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You can hear the audio interview by clicking on the following link:  http://heelfacewrestling.com/2016/09/12/taya-valkryie-discusses-upcoming-sabotage-event/

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