SCOTLAND'S biggest wrestling stars are heading for Clydebank following last year's sold-out event.

Scottish Wrestling Alliance promised to bring the sport back to Clydebank with a bang, after a decades long hiatus with an action packed show last September.

But since it's smash success, the group are back and ready to outdo last year's performance with a massive 20-man rumble.

Scottish favourite Grado will lead a cast of the best in the business who will take to the ring for a two and a half hour show in the Town Hall on October 7.

The company’s similar family-friendly events across other parts of Scotland have proved to be a huge success and company owner, Scott Cassidy, was inspired to bring the project back to his hometown last year as it was the Town Hall which inspired his love of wrestling as a young boy.

The 27-year-old, who is from Clydebank, said: “The wrestling hasn’t been in Clydebank Town Hall for many years now so we were trying to get it back in there – it’s a great venue for it.

“It’s aimed at the kids, it’s going to be really fun.

“I saw my first ever wrestling show in the Town Hall when I was about eight years old and I loved it so I wanted to take it back there."

And following the last year, he hopes to see a packed hall for next month's event.

The rumble means the athletes will battle it out to kick their opponents from the ring and if two feet land on the ground - you're out.

Scott told the Post: "It's just family fun. It's wrestling for everybody.

"Everybody had a great time last year so hopefully it'll be the same again this time.

"It took quite a while to get back in the Clydebank and this year it's a rumble so that's a bit different."

Tickets to the show, which kicks of at 6.30pm with doors opening half an hour beforehand, start at £12 with a limited number of front row seats with a meet and greet option available for £25 – a good bargain, Scott says, given most tickets for wrestling events with featuring such huge names can easily start at around £40.

Whether you’re a wrestling fanatic or have never seen an event such as this before, organisers say it’s aimed at the youngsters in the group and will provide fun for all.

Scott admits wrestling “isn’t for” him – he joked he found it too painful to play – but he’s had a love of the sport since he was a kid himself and he hopes to bring that love to the children of Clydebank.

And with several sell out shows across the country, they hope Clydebank will be no different.

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