Thrash Wrestling card tonight

A pair of Future Legend award winners will collide when Thrash Wrestling returns tonight (7 p.m.) to the Schubert Centre.

Morning Star Staff

A pair of Future Legend award winners will collide when Thrash Wrestling returns tonight (7 p.m.) to the Schubert Centre.

Kyle Sebastien, who earned the honour at the Cauliflower Alley Club’s annual banquet in 2011, will take on 2013 winner Bobby Sharp. The club is a non-profit fraternal organization comprising both retired and active professional wrestlers and boxers in North America.

Sebastian, who is returning from a stint on the Japanese wrestling circuit, will face a tough challenge in Edmonton’s Sharp, who impressed scouts at WWE camp earlier this year in Florida.

Also on tonight’s card is Thrash champion The Black Dragon, a Vernon resident who will defend his title against Edmonton’s Massive Damage. Kelowna’s C4 Collin Cutler goes up against Edmonton’s Chris Perish.

Tickets are $12 in advance, or $15 at the door, and are available at the Schubert Centre; Ebenezers and Bogarts in Vernon; Tony O’s in Enderby; and the Snack Shack Lumby. Doors open 6:30.


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