WRESTLING fans are getting ready to rumble again at the Lancing Manor Impulse Leisure Centre.

The grappling stars are back by public demand for a big Saturday night show on April 28, following the success of the first grappling spectacular staged at the centre at Christmas that drew a close to sell-out crowd.

And this time, the line-up will include a special ladies challenge match, featuring arguably the UK’s top international star, WWE fighter and reigning PWF champion Amazon, who took part in one of the world’s premier ladies tournaments last year in Florida.

To add drama to the occasion, the towering 6ft star, whose WWE profile describes her as a wrestler “who can trade wristlocks and toeholds with the best but at heart is a girl from the East End of London who loves to brawl,” will have Britain’s No. 1 manager, “The Twisted Genius” Dean Ayass, in her corner.

The line-up of grappling girls will also include another highly-ranked globe-trotter, Zoe Lucas, who has toured Japan and wrestled WWE superstar Mickie James, and fast-rising star Zan Phoenix.

Tickets for the show on April 28, which will also include an over the top rope, last man standing American rumble and supporting bouts, are priced £10, or £36 for a family of four, and are available from the Lancing Manor Impulse Leisure Centre, telephone 01903 524624.

Impulse Leisure has registered charity status and is a not-for-profit organisation.

It operates seven leisure facilities in the West Sussex and Essex regions including fitness suites, swimming pools, tennis courts and indoor sports halls, crèches, a golf course and driving range and a Civic Hall, which is a multi-purpose licensed entertainments facility.

Impulse Leisure provides affordable, accessible first-class fitness and leisure facilities for all.

Impulse Leisure can be found at www.impulseleisure.co.uk on Facebook at www.facebook.com/impulseleisure and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/impulseleisure.

Wrestling is proving very popular in Worthing and Lancing.

Last month Jonny Storm, one of the most spectacular stars in Europe, made his St Paul’s Centre debut when wrestling returned to Worthing.