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.
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.
It has been the invisible sport, but now professional American style wrestling has been re-branded and now a Dumfries based wrestler is about to contest a major title.
Liam Watson will soon face the National Heavyweight Champion.
His progress has been rapid as he only began training as a wrestler three years ago in a sport that is making something of a comeback.
Andy Burn has the full report below.
Dumfries wrestler Liam Watson is facing off against National Heavyweight Champion James Scott later this month - his first attempt at a sporting title.
His agent says he stands every chance of taking the crown.
A Dumfries wrestler is hoping for his first major title since taking up the sport three years ago.
Liam Watson is in training to fight National Heavyweight Champion James Scott in the Caledonian Cup contest later this month.