Former WWE star Gangrel will headline a Thrash Wrestling card Friday night at the Schubert Centre.

WWE veteran Gangrel headlines card

Thrash Wrestling hosting annual Cold Blooded card Friday night (7:30) at the Schubert Centre.

The Vampire Warrior Gangrel doesn’t care who he faces at Thrash Wrestling’s annual Cold Blooded card Friday night (7:30) at the Schubert Centre.

The former World Wrestling Entertainment star has put out an open invitation to the entire TW stable to step up and challenge him. It could be Michael More, Kyle Sebastian, Slave, Matt Hart, Adam Ryder, The Unholy Minion or even the returning KC Andrews.

In the main event, C4 Collin Cutler, now known as the Cougar Meat Kid, will take on Thrash champion Black Dragon, a Vernon product.

Tickets are $12 ($15 at the door) and are available in Vernon at the Schubert Centre (3505 30th Avenue), Ebenezer’s (3110 29th Avenue) and Downtown Internet Lounge (2912 30th Avenue); in Armstrong at Bogarts (3545 Okanagan Street); in Enderby at Tony O’s Outfitter (605 Cliff Avenue); and in Lumby at The Snac Shac (2133 Shuswap Avenue).

 

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