The film Fighting With My Family has put a Norwich wrestling family on the big screen and, at aged four, the next generation is in the ring.
The movie, which has so far grossed more than £5 million at the UK cinema box office, tells the story of the Knight family and their wrestling careers.
The film shows how siblings Zak and Sureya "Paige" Knight have dreams of making the big time in World Wrestling Entertainment.
Now at the age of four, Landyn Knight is joining the family trade and will be the youngest-ever wrestler when he competes on 7 April 2019.
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"Battle Cat" Landyn Knight is the youngest of Norwich's famous fighting family and he is in training with his big sister, "Superstar Summer", who is eight years old.
Landyn will compete in a World Association of Wrestling academy show as part of a tag team with his cousins.
His father is Roy Knight - one half of The Hooligan brothers with Zak. Zak's son Kayden , who is five, will also compete.
"I was wrestling from the day I was born. Most of our family - there are loads of us, loads of Knights - basically we get christened in the ring the first week we're born. "You roll them in the ring - that's our christening that is."
'Fighting with my Family' stars Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson and tells the story of former WWE wrestler Paige and her journey from growing up in Norwich to stardom in the States.
The film was directed by Stephen Merchant and much of it was shot in Norwich.
Landyn Knight's academy show will be at Breckland Centre in Costessey on 7 April.