WRESTLING legend Gangrel heads a line-up packed with international campaigners when All Star Wrestling return to Scunthorpe.
It will take place at The Baths Hall from 7.30pm on Tuesday (February 21) with the sabre-toothed Vampire Warrior out to make his mark against Continental star Adrian Severe.
Gangrel first hit the American headlines in the days of WWF and continued after its successor, WWE, came in to being.
Gangrel takes on 24 year-old Italy-born Severe, who learned his wrestling from British father and son combination Steve and Alex Wright at their Wright Stuff training school in Nuremburg.
Globetrotting Harlem Bravado, the younger half of a family tag formation with brother Lance, has also wrestled far and wide including in China, Japan and in his home country, before more recently debuting for TNA.
He has already defeated Dean Allmark to claim the Superslam title and belt, and at the Baths Hall, he meets the masked Mexican luchador Flying Eagle.
Belgian force Lord Robin, accompanied by his manageress, German wrestler Lady Lory, makes a Scunthorpe debut against one of England's most consistent contenders, the South London-born James Mason.
Merseysider Ringo Ryan and Blackpool's James Drake, both recently seen in the WWE's British championship event, will be going against Norfolk's battling brothers Roy and Zack Knight, the notorious "UK Hooligans".
The Norwich-based pair, sons of tag specialist Ricky Knight, never stand on ceremony and have developed a boisterous style that has brought lasting success.