WRESTLERS from all over the world will clash in Rhyl this month.

The atmosphere in Rhyl Town Hall is sure to be electric for two nights as stars from North America, Japan and Europe take on top home favourites at the North Wales hot spot as All Star Wrestling's summer season continues.

Visiting challengers are set to include Harlem Bravado the globetrotting star from Draper, North Carolina, who took Britain by storm last year when winning the prestigious Superslam Championship before his reign was ended by current title holder Devon ace Oliver Grey.

Another former Superslam number one who is out to re-establish himself is former WWE star Sam Adonis, the much travelled battler from Pittsburg who enjoyed a run as belt holder for much of 2016 but was then stripped of the title last year after going off to Mexico and failing to make a UK defence within the stipulated six months.

Japan will be represented by second time British visitor Hiroki Utamaro, who continues to make a big impression around the world, as well as Fabian Steinbloc, the Swedish time bomb from Gothenburg who has been training in Germany with top star Joe Legend - then there will be a touch of Mexican style action when exciting high flyer El Ligero climbs into the ring.

Leading the opposition will be Wirral-based favourite Dean Allmark who continues as head coach of the All Star Training School and one of the school's most successful graduates, Liverpool-based Ringo Ryan, will be also be in action and out to enhance a growing reputation.

To see all of the world's greatest wrestling nations contend for the top spot, head for Rhyl Town Hall on Tuesday, August 21 and Tuesday 28 at 7:30pm.

Tickets can be purchased on the door priced £10, or £35 for a family of four, and are also available from superslamwrestling.co.uk or by calling the box office on 01745337480.