Professional wrestler Johnny Moss has set up his very own wrestling school in his home town of Egremont in West Cumbria.
He's passing on his bodyslams and powerbombs to a new generation of wrestlers as Paul Crone's been finding out.
Tomorrow marks the halfway point in Rugby Union's Scottish Premiership.
Gala hope to regain top spot in the table as they take on the leaders, Heriot's.
Stuart Cameron looks ahead.
Carlisle United boss Keith Curle wants his team to start stronger against Oxford United after a slow opening ruined their chances against Burton Albion midweek.
Meanwhile United players have been out and about meeting young fans to try and beef up attendances.
Ryan Dollard reports.
A new generation of Cumbrian wrestlers could be on the rise, as a wrestling school's been set up in Egremont.
Johnny Moss has been a professional wrestler for 17 years, and he's hoping to inspire more people to get involved in the sport at the new Johnny Moss School of Hard Knocks and Hammerlocks.
Carlisle United Manager Keith Curle says he's focusing on the three league victories his team have achieved, rather than the 4-3 defeat to Burton Albion on Tuesday night.
The Blues take on Oxford United at Brunton Park on Saturday.
In an exclusive interview Carlisle United Managing Director John Nixon tells ITV Border he would like the club to be in a new stadium by 2018.
He also says the feel good-factor is back at Brunton Park and despite a turbulent start to League 2 he's still hopeful about making the play-offs.
Watch an extended version of his interview with Katie Hunter:
Carlisle United Managing Director John Nixon says the club remains ambitious despite a poor start to the season.
United are still hovering above the relegation zone but Nixon says the play-offs are still a possibility: "It's a big ask at this stage of the season but it's early days and we think we've still got a chance."
Nixon denied that hiring Graham Kavanagh was a mistake and said he believes the former Carlisle manager will be successful in the future.
Watch the full interview with John Nixon at 6pm on Lookaround.
One of Carlisle's newest teams celebrates its first anniversary this week.
The Sentinels American Football team are hoping to join the National league next year and are looking for players who want to try a very different kind of challenge.
Ryan Dollard reports.
Keith Curle's Carlisle team lost 3 - 4 in a goalfest against Burton at Brunton Park.
The away side took the lead in the fifth minute, and from then on were always chasing.
The Blues were 2-4 down at half time, Asamoah made it 3-4 in the 65th minute but they couldn't equalise.
Carlisle United manager Keith Curle says his players are ready to take on Burton Albion at Brunton Park tonight.
The United boss was proud of his players' performance in their narrow defeat at Plymouth over the weekend.
And tonight, he's backing them to be a match for one of League Two's best performing sides.